Morning Business News Round Up_Mar 22, 2019

Morning Business News :

  • Brexit is ‘national emergency’ for UK: Business, unions
  • Pharma MNCs wary of illegal import of innovator drugs
  • State banks want Goyal to reduce stake to 10 %: Report
  • Pharma MNCs wary of illegal import of innovator drugs
  • Reliance selling fuels from India to Venezuela
  • BoE keeps rates on hold as UK braces for no-deal Brexit
  • Mindtree board to meet again on Mar 26; to decide on share buyback
  • Bank employees oppose lenders’ plan to take control of ailing Jet Airways
  • Unilever’s UK investors gear up for tussle over dual headquarters
  • Austria’s Pierer Industrie in talks with Bajaj for 48% stake in KTM
  • United Bank of India’s turnaround plan hinges upon BPSL resolution
  • RBI likely to change disclosure norms for bonds

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  • Outstanding listing fee can’t be recovered under IBC, rules NCLT
  • Tata Steel to offer packaging assets in ThyssenKrupp JV talks: Sources
  • Greenlam Industries expects new businesses to break even soon
  • GHCL launches innovative wellness products
  • GSPC to sell 12 of its 21 hydrocarbon blocks to pare debt
  • KKR said to raise first Asia real estate fund, targeting $1.5 billion
  • Value of China’s metal e-waste to double to $24 billion by 2030: Greenpeace
  • Religare Enterprises rebranding Finvest after Singh brothers exit
  • BFSI, public sector, start-ups spearhead blockchain business in India
  • RPG’s Seniority to launch private label products by next year
  • Rs 50,000 crore tax shortfall upsets budget maths
  • Oil slips but holds near 2019 peak as supplies tighten
  • Telecom subscriber base crosses 120 cr; Jio, BSNL, Airtel add customers
  • Sebi asks exchanges dealing in agri-commodity derivatives to create fund for farmers
  • EU fines Google USD 1.7 billion for abusing online ads market