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Tuesday, 07-Dec-2021#

Pact signed for joint production of 6 lakh AK-203 assault rifles in Amethi

The Hindu BusinessLine · 07 Dec 2021

India and Russia have signed a number of military-technical agreements, including a major one on joint production of about six lakh AK-203 assault rifles at a manufacturing facility in Uttar Pradesh’s Amethi...

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Rupee down to 2-month low on Omicron fears

Business Standard · 07 Dec 2021

The rupee fell to a nearly twomonth low on Monday as equities fell tracking the rise of the Omicron variant of coronavirus in India....

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Non-power industries still face coal shortage

Business Standard · 07 Dec 2021

Despite the power sector having come out of the coal crisis, captive power plant (CPP)based non-power industries, such as aluminium, steel, zinc and cement, among others, continue to get less than 50 per cent of their coal requirements....

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Tata Motors to hike prices of commercial vehicles from Jan

Financial Express · 07 Dec 2021

HOMEGROWN AUTO MAJOR Tata Motors on Monday saidit will hike prices of its commercial vehicles in the range of 2.5% from January 1 to offset the increase in commodity and raw materials costs....

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Mahindra group MD calls for level playing field for EVs

The Hindu Business Line · 07 Dec 2021

Even as the government is set to take a decision on Tesla’s demand for an import duty cut on electric vehicles, Anish Shah, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mahindra Group, is of the view that foreign players should manufactur...

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Steel sector needs support

The Hindu Business Line · 07 Dec 2021

Commercial steel production in India has witnessed an upward trend in the decade or so in terms of output. In FY 2020-21, Indian crude steel and finished steel stood at 102.49 million tonnes (mt) and 94.66 mt, respectively, compared with 26...

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...2 countries will have to guide their business communities to achieve $30 b trade target: Modi

The Hindu Business Line · 07 Dec 2021

India and Russia will need to guide its business communities in achieving the target of $30 billion worth of annual bilateral trade and $50 billion worth of investments by 2025 and the pacts reached in a number of areas, including defence,...

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