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Mukesh Ambani unveils big retail plans
Sets up Reliance Retail Ltd; RIL to invest Rs 1,20,000 crore in new businesses

Mumbai, June 27
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) headed by Mr Mukesh Ambani today unveiled big plans to emerge as India's biggest retailer.

  • Jamnagar biggest refinery
  • New investments
  • Strikes oil in KG basin
Reliance Industries Limited Chairman Mukesh Ambani along with his wife Nita Ambani and mother Kokilaben Reliance Industries Limited Chairman Mukesh Ambani along with his wife Nita Ambani and mother Kokilaben as they arrive for the AGM of the company in Mumbai on Tuesday. — PTI

Lhoist Belgium plans Rs 1,100-cr venture in India
Kolkata, June 27
To ride on the steel sector boom in the country, multinational Lhoist Belgium has decided a major investment of Rs Rs 1,100 crore in India.

SAIL to set up unit with Jaiprakash Associates
Mumbai, June 27
The Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) will pick up a 26 per cent equity in the joint venture company to be set up with Jaiprakash Associates Ltd (JAL).

US co to set up jv in Bengal
Kolkata, June 27
Close on the heels of the investment by Indonesian Salim Group, Tata Motors, Videocon, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and tobacco major ITC, a US company would set up a joint venture industrial unit in the state, pumping in Rs 10 crore by next year.



A model wears a creation as part of Dirk Bikkembergs’ Spring/ Summer, 2007, men’s collection at Milan Fashion Week
A model wears a creation as part of Dirk Bikkembergs’ Spring/ Summer, 2007, men’s collection at Milan Fashion Week on Tuesday. — Reuters 




 
Chief Executive of Nissan Motor Co. Carlos Ghosn attends a reception following the annual general meeting in Yokohama
Chief Executive of Nissan Motor Co. Carlos Ghosn attends a reception following the annual general meeting in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, on Tuesday. Mr Ghosn said he expected the automaker’s domestic sales volumes to settle at a lower level this business year than the company’s forecast two months ago. — Reuters

RIL invited to install ethanol unit in Punjab
Chandigarh, June 27
The Punjab Farmers Commission has invited Reliance Industries Limited to install an ethanol-manufacturing unit in the state. Informed sources said today that a letter had been written by the Punjab Governor on behalf of the Commission to Mr Mukesh Ambani in this regard.

GM unveils Tavera Neo
New Delhi, June 27
General Motors India today launched the Neo series of Chevrolet Tavera. With improved interiors and new seating options, the Neo range offers an unmatched range of options in terms of features and seating configurations,” said Mr Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director of GM India.

Three consultants shortlisted for AI-Indian merger
New Delhi, June 27
The Air-India Board sub-committee, which is considering the appointment of consultants to prepare a roadmap for merger of Air-India and Indian, today shortlisted three consortia for the purpose.

Jet to move SC
New Delhi, June 27
Jet Airways today broke its silence for the first time after its acquisition plan to buy Air Sahara at a cost of Rs 2,300 crore fell through.

Sardulpur village proud of Mittal
Churu, June 27
Steel baron Lakshmi N. Mittal's native Sardulpur village in Churu district is overjoyed over his clinching the Arcelor deal.

Buffett donates $37.4 b to MS foundation
New York, June 27
Warren E Buffett, dubbed as the planet’s biggest philanthropist after he decided to give away 85 per cent of his wealth amounting to $ 37.4 billion to charity, said he did not believe in dynastic inheritance.

DVD players new rage
New Delhi, June 27
After colour TVs, two-wheelers and mobiles, new craze which is catching up among the rural and semi-urban towns is to have a DVD player as a source of entertainment to watch the latest movies while sitting at home.

Package for small units on cards
Ludhiana, June 27
To promote and strengthen small-scale industrial sector, the Government of India is planning to come out with a new package for micro and small enterprises that would facilitate technological upgradation and marketing for these units. The department has also initiated talks with private sector banks for channelising of finance to micro and small units. This was disclosed by Mr Anupam Das Gupta, Secretary, Small-Scale Industries, here today.

SEBI guidelines for real estate mutual funds
Mumbai, June 27
SEBI has approved the guidelines for real estate mutual funds (REMFs), which would allow investors to buy and trade shares in the realty sector.

CORPORATE RESULTS
Birla Corp Q4 net up 76 pc

Mumbai, June 27
Birla Corporation Ltd said its net profit for the January-March quarter jumped 76.03 per cent at Rs 67.14 crore, as compared to Rs 38.14 crore in the year-ago period.

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Mukesh Ambani unveils big retail plans
Sets up Reliance Retail Ltd; RIL to invest Rs 1,20,000 crore in new businesses
Tribune News Service

Mumbai, June 27
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) headed by Mr Mukesh Ambani today unveiled big plans to emerge as India's biggest retailer.

Addressing the company's first annual general meeting here today after he split with brother Anil Ambani, the RIL boss said organised retailing would be the "next big idea" for the company.

Mr Ambani said RIL would generate a million jobs in the organised retail sector across the country. RIL is setting up a separate company, Reliance Retail Ltd, with investments between Rs 10,000 crore and Rs 14,000 crore in retail and agri businesses.

"Reliance is committed to making as much investments as necessary as retail business gains momentum," Mr Ambani added. RIL's retail venture would be into agriculture products and grocery, consumer durables, apparel, footwear and farm implements and would eventually require investments to the tune of Rs 25,000 crore, according to Ambani. He also mentioned that RIL's retail venture would have a presence in services, particularly travel.

"Organised retail will have a profound impact and it will be a path-breaking initiative to touch the lives of rural people, who are yet to be touched by economic development the country is witnessing," Mr Ambani said.

RIL's retail formats would be a mixture of neighbourhood convenience stores, supermarkets and speciality stores.

The past year had seen RIL's profitability double from $1 billion to $2 billion, Mr Ambani said. He went on to state that the demerger of the Reliance group resulted in the unlocking of shareholder values.

Jamnagar biggest refinery

Mr Ambani said capacity addition at RIL's facilities at Jamnagar would result in the largest refinery in the world with a capacity to process 1.24 million barrels of crude per day.

The refinery would be built at a capital cost that will be lowest, and will produce high-quality ultra clean transportation fuel. About 100,000 workers are engaged in building the refinery which would start production by December 2008 making it one of the fastest executions of a refinery in the world.''

Mr Ambani added that RIL would continue its integration in petroleum retailing. The company, he said, had created 1,218 retailing outlets so far across the country.

New investments

Ambani said RIL would invest Rs 1,20,000 crore in new businesses. This included Rs 70,000-80,000 crore for the SEZs in Haryana, Jamnagar and Navi Mumbai, and Rs 10,000-14,000 crore in retail and agri businesses.

According to Mr Ambani, RIL would add capacities to the tune of 900,000 tonnes per year in the manufacture of polypropylene. This would be done by 2008 under the banner of Reliance Petroleum Ltd. Reliance would then become the fourth largest producer of polypropylene in the world. Mr Ambani said RPL had expanded the capacity of the polypropylene plant at Jamnagar by 280,000 tonnes in April.

Strikes oil in KG basin

Mr Ambani announced at the AGM the discovery of oil in RIL's wells in the Krishna Godavari basin. 'Reliance has discovered oil in its exploration block in the Krishna-Godavari basin off India's east coast where the company has already found the country's largest gas field,' Mr Ambani said. He, however, said the full potential of the oil discovery was still being evaluated. According to Ambani there was immense potential for future oil and gas discoveries as well.

Mr Ambani added that the Directorate-General of Hydrocarbons had declared six gas discoveries in NEC 25 block of the Mahanadi basin as commercial.

Reliance was on the way to begin the monetisation of the discoveries made in 2002 in D6 block in the K-G basin, Mr Ambani said. "This entails implementing one of the largest deep water gas development projects in the world. It also involves transporation of gas through a 48-inch 1,400-km-long east coast to west coast pipeline, traversing the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat," he said.

The pipeline project will be implemented through Reliance Gas Transporation Infrastructure Ltd (RGTIL). Mr Ambani said RIL would have control over the pipeline but without any obligation to invest in the equity of RGTIL. Mr Ambani added that RIL's tie-up with Chevron for supply of crude oil would deepen into collaboration in other areas as well.

Chevron is investing $300 million for a 5 per cent stake in Reliance Petroleum Ltd., a Reliance subsidiary building the new refinery. The US company has an option to increase its stake to 29 per cent. ``The Chevron relationship is a forerunner to the emergence of Reliance as a significant global player in the energy sector,'' Mr Ambani said.

While the Chevron alliance helps secure crude oil supplies for the new refinery, Mr Ambani said the company would also continue to aggressively pursue exploration and drilling operations.

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Lhoist Belgium plans Rs 1,100-cr venture in India

Kolkata, June 27
To ride on the steel sector boom in the country, multinational Lhoist Belgium has decided a major investment of Rs Rs 1,100 crore in India.

"Lhoist has decided to set up a lime-manufacturing unit in Orissa, suitable for the steel industry with an investment of Rs 1,100 crore," Additional Secretary, Orissa Department of Industries, Mr D.P. Mohapatra said.

"The MoU has already been signed with the company and they will tap the lime reserves of Rigarha and Soundergarh region of the state," Orissa Director of Industries Hemant Sharma said.

The project would be located at Paradip and the company was betting on the announcement of several steel projects in Orissa like Korean major Posco, Tata Steel, and Jindal Steel, to name a few.

Lhoist, a privately held 1.8-billion euro Belgian major specialises in the extraction and transformation of lime and dolmite and will produce metallurgy grade lime for the Indian steel sector.

Orissa has signed 45 MoUs, out of which 43 were in steel and two in aluminium sector. Total investment proposed from the new projects would be Rs 1,70,000 crore, Mr Sharma said. — PTI

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SAIL to set up unit with Jaiprakash Associates

Mumbai, June 27
The Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) will pick up a 26 per cent equity in the joint venture company to be set up with Jaiprakash Associates Ltd (JAL).

Informing the BSE, the company said it had identified JAL as the strategic partner for setting up 2 million tonnes per annum slag-based cement plant at its Bhilai Steel Plant.

A letter of intent in this regard is being issued to JAL today, the company said.

The proposed cement plant would use slag generated at the blast furnace of its integrated steel plant at Bhilai.

Further, the lime stone would be made available to the joint venture company from the lime stone mine of SAIL at Satna in Madhya Pradesh. — UNI 

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US co to set up jv in Bengal

Kolkata, June 27
Close on the heels of the investment by Indonesian Salim Group, Tata Motors, Videocon, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and tobacco major ITC, a US company would set up a joint venture industrial unit in the state, pumping in Rs 10 crore by next year.

Chairman of California-based Nano Technical Industries Limited Richard D Siminski told newsmen after his meeting with Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee here today that in order to set up a battery and allied product unit under a joint venture with an Indian partner he had sought about three acres of land from the state administration.

“We have already visited a number of sites in south Bengal and selected land at Sankrail in neighbouring Howrah district for the proposed plant, “ Mr Siminski said ,adding that he had also apprised the Chief Minister of the proposal in detail and Mr Bhattacherjee had promised full cooperation.

Mr Siminski also said since the proposed plant would be an 100 per cent export-oriented unit, the entire production would be meant for export to China and Japan.

Incidentally, Chairman of the cigarette major ITC Limtied Y.C. Deveswar called on Mr Bhattacharjee last evening and promised to invest Rs 1,000 crore in a number of new projects, including those in Agro-processing, information technology, logistics, hotel and retail units, within the next two years. He had also sought about 70 acres of land from the state government for his expansion programme. — UNI

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RIL invited to install ethanol unit in Punjab

Chandigarh, June 27
The Punjab Farmers Commission has invited Reliance Industries Limited to install an ethanol-manufacturing unit in the state. Informed sources said today that a letter had been written by the Punjab Governor on behalf of the Commission to Mr Mukesh Ambani in this regard.

The Commission has stated that enough raw material in form of maize is available in Punjab to prepare ethanol. — TNS

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GM unveils Tavera Neo

New Delhi, June 27
General Motors India today launched the Neo series of Chevrolet Tavera. With improved interiors and new seating options, the Neo range offers an unmatched range of options in terms of features and seating configurations,” said Mr Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director of GM India.

Customers now have an option of 7-seater captain seats with leather upholstery on the top end fully-loaded variant. The Neo range starts at a price of Rs 7.26 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). — TNS

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Three consultants shortlisted for AI-Indian merger  

New Delhi, June 27
The Air-India Board sub-committee, which is considering the appointment of consultants to prepare a roadmap for merger of Air-India and Indian, today shortlisted three consortia for the purpose.

The shortlisted consortia are Accenture with Ambit Corporate Finance; ICICI Securities in association with Deloitte Touche Dohmatsu, N M Rothschild, Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation and M V Kini; and JM Morgan Stanley and AT Kearney with Amarchand Mangaldas.

The three parties would be given the detailed terms of reference to enable them to submit their final technical and financial bids, the sources said.

The Board sub-committee would meet again in the second week of July to consider these bids and take a final decision on the appointment.— PTI

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Jet to move SC

New Delhi, June 27
Jet Airways today broke its silence for the first time after its acquisition plan to buy Air Sahara at a cost of Rs 2,300 crore fell through.

As both carriers are now locked in a bitter legal battle at Mumbai and Lucknow courts, Jet said it was also filing a transfer petition before the Supreme Court.

The share purchase agreement between Jet and Sahara expired on June 21. Jet said the pact was based on some permissions from the government and certain policies relating to mergers and acquisitions relating to airlines being in place. — UNI

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Sardulpur village proud of Mittal

Churu, June 27
Steel baron Lakshmi N. Mittal's native Sardulpur village in Churu district is overjoyed over his clinching the Arcelor deal.

Natives of Churu say they are proud of Mittal for becoming the largest producer of steel in the world. They hailed Mittal's tenacity in overcoming the difficulties to acquire Arcelor and emerge triumphant ultimately.

Mr Mittal was born in Sardulpur on June 15, 1950. His maternal uncle, Mr Shankar Lal Pansari, who resides in Sardulpur, is happy over his nephew's achievement.

Mittal's maternal cousin Ramavtar Pansari said his family takes pride in being related to Mittal.

Mittal's father Mohan Lal Mittal and mother used to stay in Rangoon where they had a flourishing business, but as violence erupted they came to Sardulpur in 1949. Mittal was born the following year. — UNI

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Buffett donates $37.4 b to MS foundation

New York, June 27
Warren E Buffett, dubbed as the planet’s biggest philanthropist after he decided to give away 85 per cent of his wealth amounting to $ 37.4 billion to charity, said he did not believe in dynastic inheritance.

“I am not an enthusiast for dynastic wealth,” is how the 75-year-old billionaire investor put it, explaining to reporters yesterday his decision to give away the staggering amount to charity instead of family.

Standing with Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Melinda Gates to whose foundation Buffett is giving away most of his wealth, he said, “This has been coming for 50 years.”

‘‘There is never really any other plan in terms of where the money should go’’, he said.

Buffett and Gates together account for roughly $ 100 billion (US) and are the richest men in the world. Buffett is estimated to be worth $ 44 billion.

Of the $ 37.4 billion worth of stocks of Berkshire Hathaway, he plans to give to charities; the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will get $ 31 billion to fund its programmes improving education and health in poor nations.

The charities run by his three children and one named after his deceased wife will receive a total of $ 6.4 billion.

The donation is said to be largest in the United States history which dwarfs the charitable grants of John D Rockefeller and Andrew Carengie. — PTI 

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DVD players new rage
Manoj Kumar
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, June 27
After colour TVs, two-wheelers and mobiles, new craze which is catching up among the rural and semi-urban towns is to have a DVD player as a source of entertainment to watch the latest movies while sitting at home.

“With the changing trends in viewers’ entertainment and growing incomes, the market for DVD players has crossed 5 lakh units a month. “The fall in prices and added features have also fuelled the growth of these gadgets,” said Mr Ajay Mehta, Managing Director, MCC Group.

Although the local manufacturers still control the market, but major players like LG, Samsung, Onida and Videocon are bringing down the prices and strengthening their market network.

Since the latest movies, music albums are available in MP3 for Rs 40-50, more and more people find it convenient to watch them through DVD players, said a dealer in Palika Bazar.

The MCC Group, which is so far marketing camcorders, plasma TVs of JVC, is also foraying into DVD players under its own brand by importing them from Taiwan, China and Malaysia.

The company is bringing two new models with added features. “We are launching two models of MCC DVD players — Sporty & Turbo Pix. The Sporty model with a price tag of Rs 3,090 would be available with a 5.1 channel, 2 joysticks and an in-built software for 300 games. Turbo pix will be the country’s first DVD player with an in-built memory card slot which will enable viewing of still pictures on one’s TV, with a price tag of Rs 3,790,” said Mr Mehta.

Industry estimates that DVD players’ market is growing at a rate of 18-20 per cent annually, showing the highest growth in consumer durables segment. In the grey market, the DVD players are available between Rs 2,000 and Rs 2,500.

Mr Anoop Kumar, president, Consumer Electronics and TV Manufacturers Association said: “The government can further help expand the market by bringing down taxes to zero level, considering that DVDs are used like other IT products and Indian industry has to compete with Chinese and Thailand manufacturers.”

According to Mr Ravinder Zutsi, Deputy Managing Director, Samsung Electronics, “The company is focusing on sale of DVD players and TV sets in the semi-urban towns and rural market.”

Mr Mehta said, “ We are witnessing a high demand for DVDs in the northern market, especially in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi”. 

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Package for small units on cards
Shveta Pathak
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 27
To promote and strengthen small-scale industrial sector, the Government of India is planning to come out with a new package for micro and small enterprises that would facilitate technological upgradation and marketing for these units. The department has also initiated talks with private sector banks for channelising of finance to micro and small units. This was disclosed by Mr Anupam Das Gupta, Secretary, Small-Scale Industries, here today.

Mr Gupta said implementation of the package was likely to be done this year itself. "It would redress most of the problems that this sector is facing," he told The Tribune.

While asserting that government's schemes like technological upgradation fund (TUF) had helped SMEs considerably, he said the government endeavored to promote and assist this segment through various schemes.

Refuting a section of industry's claims that a large number of small units had closed down, Mr Dasgupta said the statement was merely an exaggeration. "There is no considerable evidence to prove that small units are closing. The fact is that their number has grown significantly. The latest census data proves it and currently there are over 1.25 million such enterprises across the country."

On whether the department was taking any measures towards assuring sufficient finance availability to small-scale sector through banks, he said even private sector banks were likely to enter the arena soon.

He also said the Micro and SME Development Bill, 2005, that would be notified soon would give a fillip to the small and micro enterprises by strengthening provision of delayed payment, procurement preferences and by establishing statutory board with large representation from these enterprises.

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SEBI guidelines for real estate mutual funds

Mumbai, June 27
SEBI has approved the guidelines for real estate mutual funds (REMFs), which would allow investors to buy and trade shares in the realty sector.

At its meeting here, SEBI also announced changes in the venture capital fund lock-in period for IPOs.

The market regulator has defined a real estate mutual fund scheme as a scheme of a mutual fund which has the investment objective to invest directly or indirectly in real estate property and shall be governed by the provisions and guidelines under SEBI (Mutual Funds) regulations.

The structure of the REMFs, initially, shall be close ended. The units of REMFs shall be compulsorily listed on the stock exchanges and the NAV of the scheme shall be declared daily.

The REMFs shall appoint a custodian who has been granted a certificate of registration to carry on the business of custodian of securities by the Board. The custodian shall safeguard the title of real estate properties held by the REMFs.

These schemes can invest, including directly in real estate properties within India, mortgage (housing lease) backed by securities, equity shares/bonds/debentures of listed/unlisted companies which deal in properties and also undertake property development and in other securities, SEBI said.

SEBI also decided to exempt shareholding of venture capital funds and foreign venture capital investors held in a company prior to making an initial public offering from lock-in requirements only if the shares are held by them for a period of at least one year at the time of filing of draft prospectus with SEBI. — PTI

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CORPORATE RESULTS
Birla Corp Q4 net up 76 pc

Mumbai, June 27
Birla Corporation Ltd said its net profit for the January-March quarter jumped 76.03 per cent at Rs 67.14 crore, as compared to Rs 38.14 crore in the year-ago period.

The total income (net of excise) of the company grew 12.68 per cent to Rs 396.91 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2006, from Rs 352.23 crore in the corresponding quarter 2004-05, the company informed the BSE.

The Board of Directors recommended a dividend of (22.50 per cent) Rs 2.25 on shares of Rs 10 each, it added.

For the year ended March 31, 2006, the company posted a net profit of Rs 125.76 crore as compared to Rs 86.87 crore a year ago and the total income (net of excise) increased to Rs 1,228.61 crore for the financial year 2005-06 from Rs 1,157.94 crore in 2004-05.

Birla Corporation Limited is the flagship company of the M.P. Birla group and deals with manufacturing of cement, jute, autotrim products, vinoleum, carbide and gases, textiles.

Ballarpur Industries

Ballarpur Industries Ltd said today it would raise Rs 6.90 crore through the allotment of over 8 lakh equity shares upon conversion of Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCBs) to a Netherlands-based foreign institutional investor.

The committee of Directors at its meeting today approved the allotment of 8,00,638 equity shares of Rs 10 each upon conversion of FCCBs worth $1.5 million at a conversion price of Rs 86.20 to Nederlandse Financierings Maatschappij Voor Ontwikkelingslanden NV (FMO), Ballarpur informed the BSE. — PTI

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Jay Shree Tea eyes Assam cos
Kolkata, June 27
B K Birla group company Jay Shree Tea & Industries Limited has set aside Rs 50 crore for acquiring gardens in Assam, a company official said. Jay Shree Tea Managing Director D. M. Jain said today that the company was willing to buy out tea estates if offered the right price. Jayshree Tea has gardens in north India, Dooars, Darjeeling and south India.— PTI

Deposit scheme
Mumbai, June 27
YES Bank has launched a special fixed deposit scheme targeted at providing retail investors with an opportunity to earn an attractive return of 8 per cent. This interest rate, effective June 28, 2006, is applicable for deposit values between Rs 10,000 and Rs 1 crore for a period of 10 months and one day, a release issued by the bank stated today.—PTI

Rupani Footwear
Kanpur, June 27
The management of Rupani Footwear, a Kanpur-based slipper firm, today announced the closure of the company affecting the livelihood of 350 employees. Employees union sources informed that the management had earlier terminated the services of 45 women employees resulting into demonstrations by the employees, who were demanding rollback of the decision. A union spokesman said such acts had been done earlier also and demanded government’s intervention. —UNI

Videocon plan
Mumbai, June 27
Videocon Industries Ltd has decided to raise Rs 5,000 crore through the issue of equity shares or other securities. The EGM held yesterday approved the proposal to raise the amount through the issue of securities in one or more branches, with or without a green shoe option, the company said. A borrowing limit of Rs 20,000 crore was also approved yesterday.—PTI

Praj Industries
Mumbai, June 27
Pune-based Praj Industries Ltd has bagged orders worth over Rs 92 crore ($20 million) from US-based Cilion Group for supplying technology and machinery for two of their plants. The plants, with a capacity of over 6 lakh litres per day each, are scheduled to go on stream by mid-2007, Praj. Cilion, which is planning to set up a total of eight ethanol plants, selected Praj Industries’ technology for additional two plants for which machinery orders are yet to be released. “With these contracts, Praj is firmly recognised as a major supplier of technology in USA,” the company’s Chairman Pramod Chaudhari said. The company manufactures turn-key plants and equipment for fermentation and distillation systems.— PTI 

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