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Board decides not to go ahead with buyback

Commences trading in Solar REC after gap of 1 Year


Step Down Arm To Buy Entire Stake In AnSem NV For $17 Mn


Bags Rs 279 Cr Order To Set Up Captive Plant At Trombay

Plant Has Capacity Of 50 MW On An EPC Basis


Board takes no decision on bids

Couldn't discuss bids due To Renuka Ramnath's Resignation

Board to meet today to discuss the restructuring


Airtel, Vodafone may sell controlling stake in Tower Firm

Telcos may jointly negotiate black sale of combined 66.6% stake

KKR, Providence, Brookfield & ATC could be potential buyers


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    Rehn proposed as Finland's next central bank chief

    Helsinki: The European Union’s former top economic official Olli Rehn is proposed to become the next governor of the Bank of Finland, the Nordic country’s parliamentary supervisory council said on Friday. 

    Rehn, currently the bank’s deputy governor, was widely considered as the favourite for the job that also includes a membership in the European Central Bank’s rate-setting governing council.  The nomination for the seven-year term will be made by the President of the Republic, expectedly during next month.


    Turkey to open investigation into steel imports, EU exempted

    Istanbul: Turkey will open an investigation into whether iron and non-alloy steel imports harm local producers, the government said on Friday.

     Producers from the European Union, which Turkey aims to join, will be exempted from the investigation, the government said. The statement was published in the Official Gazette, which Ankara uses to announce new policies.


    Kim becomes first North Korean leader to cross border into South since war

    Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed the border into South Korea for the first time on Friday, where he was greeted by the South’s president, Moon Jae-in ahead of the two Koreas’ first summit in more than a decade.

    The two leaders smiled and shook hands after which Kim Jong Un gestured to Moon they cross over to North Korea briefly, which they did for a few steps, then returned to the South, holding hands.



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