Today’s Business Headlines-17th March 2017-Tentaran.com

​​Here are the Business Headlines as on 17th March 2017:

Economic Times

  • Enemy Property Bill to bring windfall of Rs. 1 lakh crore for government
  • Pepsi’s Tropicana loses 5% of market while Dabur’s Real gains 2.5% share
  • We are market leader in some sectors against the mighty HUL: Nivea
  • Vinod Rai reaches out to PMO on bad loans, suggests action plan
  • Parliamentary panel suggests BSNL-MTNL merger
  • Solar power rates haven’t fallen in 18 months: Study
  • Maximum listeners tune into Mann Ki Baat from Bihar

 

Business Standard

  • Steel mills reverse imports woes with an exports push
  • Economists see no rate cut by RBI in 2017
  • Smaller players like Toyota, Ford and Renault capture bigger market share
  • Rising export might handle strengthening rupee, say observers
  • Regulator allows insurers to invest in infrastructure funds

 

Mint

  • GST closer to reality as council clears last 2 bills
  • Honda looks to make in India to take on Enfield
  • Kedaara in talks to buy stake in Spandana
  • Vedanta’s Anil Agarwal to buy $2.4 bn Anglo American stake
  • Incofin, ResponsAbility invest $20 mn in Sohan Lal
  • Kedaara eying stake in microlender Spandana
  • Zara says it will start selling online in India from this year
  • Steel mills reverse imports woes with an exports push
  • Sebi taking a fresh look at crowdfunding norms

 

Start-up World

  • PickMyLaundry acquires OneClick Wash in all-cash deal
  • Fitness app Fitso raises $ 200,000
  • Pigeon Express in talks to buy out Snapdeal’s GoJava stake
  • Paytm enters Canadian market with bill payment services

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