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Finance hub? Budget may snub Mumbai
Many financial sector reforms suggested by the Percy Mistry Committee on making Mumbai an international financial centre may not figure in Budget 2008-09.Finance ministry officials say the......
'Each year of delay costs us $15-20 bn'
When Percy Mistry, a former World Bank economist and chairman of the high powered committee on 'Making Mumbai an International Financial Centre' resigned from the committee in February this year,......
Mistry for full rupee float by '08
The expert committee on making Mumbai an international financial centre, chaired by former World Bank economist Percy S Mistry, has offered a package of radical recommendations ranging from full......
Mumbai reform panel head quits
Percy S Mistry, chairman of the high-powered committee on making Mumbai an international financial hub, has put in his papers following differences of opinion with other members.This could delay......
Backed by PEs, Pandit may invest in a new bank
Citigroup’s former chief executive officer, Vikram Pandit, might be joining the race to become a co-applicant for a banking licence in India.Two sources familiar with the developments said......
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