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Monthly sustainability legislation, regulation and parliamenta...

SECTION A: ENVIRONMENTAL (NATIONAL) Marine Living Resources Act 18 of 1998 1. Amendment to the regulations. Published in GG 38200 Notice Number 900 dated 11 November 2014. National Forests Act 84 of 1998 2. List of protected tree species. Polity.org.za, 3 weeks ago

John Lothian: Exchanges, SIFMA go to SEC trial in battle over market data fees; Aberdeen, Blackrock flag risks in frothy Chinese stock markets; Stock-Trading Monopolies Weren't So Bad

First Read Reconcilable Differences: Duco's Christian Nentwich on what can be done to address reconciliation problems in the financial industry JohnLothianNews.com Today, trades occur in milliseconds around the globe. But there are still ...
 John Lothian Newsletter1 month ago

Scottish leaders debate: Sturgeon commits to full fiscal autonomy live

9.44pm BST The general consensus on social media is that Sturgeon isn't doing too brilliantly. What do you think? Cheers from the hall for Rennie as he accuses Sturgeon of forgetting she lost the referendum #leadersdebate — Libby Brooks ...
 ExecReview.com1 month ago

Tata to head panel to turn around railways

NEW DELHI: Industrialist Ratan Tata will head the new innovation council of railways, called 'Kaya Kalp', formed to turn around the ailing state-run transporter. Kaya Kalp will also have two prominent railway union leaders, Shiv Gopal Mishra and M ...
 Times of India2 months ago Ratan Tata to head panel to turn around railways  Times of India2 months ago
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SC asks Centre to tell states not to make Aadhaar mandatory

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to write to all the states to strictly comply with its earlier order of September 23, 2013, and not make an Aadhaar number compulsory to claim any state benefit. The court had then directed the government that the Aadhaar number should not be made mandatory for availing any government services. Though Monday's hearing means status quo on the matter, it could add a bit of cautiousness to various ambitious plans of the Central government that intend to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

AFRICAN RAINBOW MINERALS LIMITED - Interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2014

African Rainbow Minerals Limited - Interim Results For The Six Months Ended 31 December 2014 Release Date: 16/03/2015 07:05:00Code(s): ARI Interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2014 African Rainbow Minerals Limited Incorporated ...
 Sharenet2 months ago ARI: AFRICAN RAINBOW MINERALS LIMITED - Interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2014  JSE Securities Exchange2 months ago
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Why is there pressure on RBI to cut rates

The new monetary policy framework announced by the government and the Reserve Bank of India on Monday could open up the possibility of further rate cuts as the inflation target for 2016 is set at six per cent. Consumer Price Index-based inflation has stayed below six per cent for the past four months and with global oil crude oil prices, notwithstanding the recent spike, are expected to stay benign. Consumer prices rose an annual 5.11 per cent (2012 base) in January this year, compared with a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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