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Business, Finance & Stock Market updates for November 8, 2007
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Business, Finance & Stock Market updates for November 8, 2007

Inflation down to a 5-year low
The inflation has dipped down to 2.97 per cent, the lowest in the last five years. ANI

Centre raises share capital of NMDFC
The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for enhancement of the authorised share capital of the National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation from Rs. 650 crores to Rs. 750 crores. ANI

TERI develops Solverter to address needs of reliable power supply in rural India
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), with an objective to provide clean and reliable power solutions to a variety of rural applications, has developed a Hybrid Universal Solar Power Pack (HUSPP) that uses grid electricity as well as solar energy to charge batteries and provide reliable power for rural applications, specifically for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) kiosks. ANI

Arcelor Mittal acquires 28 pc stake in China Oriental for $647m
Worlds largest steelmaker Arcelor Mittal has acquired 28 percent stake in steel products maker China Oriental Group by paying 647 million dollars.Arcelor Mittal has bought the stake from the firms vice chairwoman, Chen Ningning, and her Smart Triumph Corp, after the latter fell short in her buyout bid for China Oriental last month. ANI

TERI Develops TERI Solverter ™ to Address the Needs of Reliable Power Supply in Rural India
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Clients Worldwide Choose Citi As The Best Global Bank For Cash Management in Euromoney Annual Poll
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EDGE Tech Corp Purchases CORE Flash(TM) Portfolio License
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Windows Home Server Performance Now Enhanced by Diskeeper Defragmenter
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Sangoma Announces Strategic Distribution Partner in Vietnam
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Fair Isaac and Asia Banking Leaders Explore Strategies for Balancing Growth and Risk through Smarter Decisions
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Gemalto Reports Third Quarter 2007 Revenue
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Delegate and Speaker Lists Grow Fast for IIRF Annual Conference
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Park Systems Signs Agreement with Seagate Technology to Develop and Supply Next-Generation AFMs
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Inflation down to a 5-year low
The inflation has dipped down to 2.97 per cent, the lowest in the last five years. ANI

Centre raises share capital of NMDFC
The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for enhancement of the authorised share capital of the National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation from Rs. 650 crores to Rs. 750 crores. ANI

TERI develops Solverter to address needs of reliable power supply in rural India
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), with an objective to provide clean and reliable power solutions to a variety of rural applications, has developed a Hybrid Universal Solar Power Pack (HUSPP) that uses grid electricity as well as solar energy to charge batteries and provide reliable power for rural applications, specifically for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) kiosks. ANI

Arcelor Mittal acquires 28 pc stake in China Oriental for $647m
Worlds largest steelmaker Arcelor Mittal has acquired 28 percent stake in steel products maker China Oriental Group by paying 647 million dollars.Arcelor Mittal has bought the stake from the firms vice chairwoman, Chen Ningning, and her Smart Triumph Corp, after the latter fell short in her buyout bid for China Oriental last month. ANI

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