Order on AGR applies to all telecom licensees: Ravi Shankar Prasad
“While most of the licensees of DoT were not direct party to the dispute, the ratio of the judgement will be applicable on all the licensees,” said Ravi Shankar Prasad, answering a question in the Lok Sabha. This implies that companies with even minor telecom businesses may have to pay dues based on their entire revenue with retrospective effect.
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Govt raised Rs 765.37 cr from anti-dumping duty till Nov 27: Piyush Goyal
“The basic intent of anti-dumping measures is to eliminate injury caused to the domestic industry by the unfair trade practice of dumping and to create a level playing field for the domestic industry,” commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal told Lok Sabha. In a separate reply, he said the government will use all available instruments in the national interest, as and when necessary.
Why hopes of output cuts and trade deal haven't got oil bulls excited
Shale industry is facing the gloom as banks have begun trimming credit lines to producers.
Government may restrict import of all types of refined edible oils
A restriction will help India encourage import of more crude oils, facilitating better utilisation of the refining capacity of the domestic industry. Currently, both refined and crude edible oils are under the free category of foreign trade, resulting in an unrestricted inflow into the country.
Agri commodities: Mustard seed, soybean, guar gum futures dip on soft demand
Mustard seed prices on Wednesday moved down by Rs 5 to Rs 4,362 per quintal in futures trade.
Commodity outlook: Nickel, natural gas bleed; here's how others may trade today
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Saudi Aramco IPO institutional tranche 2.95 times oversubscribed
Aramco plans to sell 1.5 per cent of its shares in a deal that could raise up to $25.6 billion.
Carriers owe government nearly Rs 1.47 lakh crore: Telecom Ministry
Airtel and Vodafone Idea hold the majority of these liabilities, which the DoT has sought through a process started last week. For Airtel, dues are around Rs 35,586 cr - Rs 21,682 cr as LF and Rs 13,904 cr as SUC excluding Tata Tele and Telenor - while for Voda Idea they amount to Rs 53,038 cr, of which Rs 28,309 cr in LF and Rs 24,730 cr in SUC.
Gulf Oil joins hands with Piaggio for co-branded lubricants for commercial vehicles
Gulf Oil Lubricants join hands with Piaggio Vehicles to market co-branded lubricants for commercial vehicles, starting January. The partnership will cater to factory fill, franchisee workshops (FWS), high street and exports segments. The company is also confident that this partnership will give better service levels to its channel partners
Oil prices slip as US-China trade deal talks seek breakthrough
WTI crude futures fell 9 cents to $57.92, having risen 0.4% on Monday.
Goldman recommends going long on commodities index, oil in 2020
Commodity prices remained steady despite weak demand growth in 2019 due to reduced supply resulting from declining capital expenditure, it added.
Oil prices steady amid hopes for US-China trade deal
West Texas Intermediate crude was down 3 cents at $57.98, having risen 0.4 per cent on Monday.
OPEC should make right call for fragile world economy: IEA's Birol
Overall, he expected oil supply to be plentiful, the result of demand slowing due to weaker economic growth.
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