Briefly Business: India to approve oil, gas projects in 30 days: Sharma
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India to approve oil, gas projects in 30 days: Sharma
Dubai: Allaying fears of delay in clearances, commerce minister Anand Sharma on Sunday promised foreign investors here that the government will approve oil and gas projects "in 30 days flat" while inviting Gulf-based businesses to invest in India. "The first meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Investment examined projects in oil and gas, and decisions will be taken in 30 days flat," Sharma said.
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India further trims US treasury holdings
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PFC's tax-free bonds issue opens today
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