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ETP to implement Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System

MUMBAI: ETP International will sell and implement Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System to fashion manufacturing and distribution companies in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.  ETP will support this expansion through increased investments in sales, marketing, consulting and support operations in Mumbai, New Delhi,

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PM to take States on board on 10% growth at NDC meeting

NEW DELHI: With the Opposition’s ire already apparent on the recent fuel price hike and other economic policies of the government, the National Development Council (NDC) meeting on July 24 may not be a smooth affair, even as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is set to seek support of the State governments in ensuring that the economy clocks a ten per cent growth rate in the 12th plan.

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Sesa Goa MD PK Mukherjee wins Sera Bengali Award

PANJIM: Mr PK Mukherjee, MD of Sesa Goa Ltd, was awarded the prestigious "Sera Bengali" award in the business category for the year 2010, on July 9th, 10. The award ceremony took place in Kolkata and was organized by STAR Ananda channel which is the regional Bengali channel of the STAR group.

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Italian wine produced in Goa is India’s best

PANAJI: Most wine liquids with a percentage of alcohol called wine in India are actually not wine, when compared with the high quality standard wines produced in Europe. This is the view of Italian Mr Signor Lucio Matricardi the chief winemaker of Big Banyan Wines bottled and labeled in Cuncolim Industrial Estate by
John Distilleries Ltd.

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Petrol prices may change every fortnight

NEW DELHI: State-owned oil firms may opt to revise petrol prices every fortnight to reflect changes in the global oil market in the free pricing regime that kicks in from next week.
Petrol prices were freed from government control last month resulting in a Rs 3.50 per litre hike in rates in Delhi,

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Steel prices likely to come down this month

NEW DELHI: Domestic steel prices may come down by as much as Rs 1,000 a tonne this month due to sluggish demand mainly from the construction and infrastructure space.
“In July, steel prices are likely to fall by Rs 1,000 a tonne mainly due to lack of demand from infrastructure firms amid the monsoon season,”

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