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How to issue Offshore Derivative Instruments under SEBI -(Foreign Portfolio Investor) Regulations, 2014 +919990694230

Conditionsfor issuance of Offshore Derivative Instruments under SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investor) Regulations, 2014.

1. It has been decided to align the applicable eligibility and investment norms between Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI) regime and subscription through the Offshore Derivative Instruments (ODI) route. 644 more words

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Finance ministry to set up holding company for state-run banks

The finance ministry has revived a proposal to set up a holding company for state-run banks that will find it easier than individual lenders to raise capital and deploy it in banks that need it the most. 367 more words

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Navigating Russia Sanctions: US, EU and Japan Update

As tensions mount in Eastern Ukraine, companies doing business in Russia and the Ukraine are bracing for a new wave of economic sanctions from Japan, the United States and the European Union. 120 more words

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Banks had better things to do with our money than put robots on comets

Despite costing a meagre 1.4 billion euros (£1.1 billion) and possibly changing the course of human civilization, the banking community has been quick to dismiss the Rosetta Space mission as a frivolous boondoggle. 292 more words

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six tech 2015 debuts

An even thinner iPhone, a smarter car, and maybe even a Wi-Fi maker robot could debut next year.

1. Adobe Photoshop Web

Last week, Adobe… 741 more words

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# Foreign Investors opportunities India ( End of 3-yr Lock-in for Foreign Investors in Construction)





UNDER SCANNER Plan is being probed by stakeholder ministries, including DIPP

Overseas investors could get a free run in the construction and development sector with the government considering removal of the three-year lock-in for the overseas investments. 426 more words

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#Labour Laws to be Recast into Five Codes

TO ENSURE CLARITY All the existing 44 laws will be reclassified into these categories, marking another step in the series of labour reforms

The government plans to push through labour reforms by revamping existing laws into five broad codes dealing with key issues, as recommended by a panel more than a decade ago, to introduce uniformity of terms and definitions and remove anomalies.All the existing 44 laws will be reclassified into these categories, marking another step in the series of labour reforms kickstarted by the BJP government aimed at redefining them and bringing about greater clarity . 278 more words

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