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Saturday, April 11, 1998
  Car-makers find the lure of diesel too hard to resist
Diesel, the fuel of the future, whose consumption was largely confined to commercial vehicles, tractors and MUVs, is now the craze in cars. Manufacturers have realised the need to have a diesel version in their stable to stay afloat.
  Housing loans are fairly friendly
The word loan does not always bring very pleasant thoughts to mind. But in some ways loans are a necessary evil. Institutions in India offer very good options on borrowings to build or buy a house. So people need to borrow. Luckily, there are many institutions who are willing to lend.

Orient your company to the global market
A firm needs to an appropriate orientation for the world market. While looking for orientation, it is important to understand the EPRG framework. Ethnocentric (E) orientation refers to home country organisation. Here the firm's reference point is the home market.
Sensex sheds 65 points onprofit-selling by speculators
The sensitive index plunged sharply by over 65 points on the Mumbai Stock Exchange yesterday following heavy bull liquidation and lack of support from institutional investors.


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Plantation association flays Sebi move on collective investment schemes
The Association of Agri Plantation Companies of India (AAPCI) has termed the SEBI stand on the operations of the existing collective investment schemes as "unjustified". Majority of the plantation companies are facing rough weather following investors demanding the money which they have invested in agri-business.

Conversion of warrants at Max India may bring in big bucks
The sudden spurt in Max India's scrip could not have come at a more opportune time. With the upcoming conversion of 16.47 lakh warrants linked to the prevailing scrip price, Max India can hope to rake in a few extra crores.

 


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