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The process by which underwriters acquaint potential institutional investors with the products, people and finances of a company planning to go public. Generally, this presentation is a face-to-face meeting. However they are emerging on online and video presentations.

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Need stable policy, sudden changes affect investments: Honda

01-05-2016| Source:PTI

Japanese car major Honda wants a stable road map for automobile industry in India, amid uncertainty over big diesel cars and SUVs following Supreme Court's verdict, saying sudden changes in policy

Improvement in logistics to boost exports: Nitin Gadkari

30-04-2016| Source:PTI

"Reducing logistics cost can boost exports 1.5 times in the country besides leading to faster economic development," Road Transport and Highways Minister Gadkari said addressing the second

Govt eyes Rs 25-L cr investment for infra development: Gadkari

29-04-2016| Source:PTI

The government is expectinginvestments worth Rs 25 lakh crore over the next 3 years inthe roads, railway and shipping infrastructure that includessetting up of 27 industrial clusters at ports

E-challan of traffic violators soon; 19 cr vehicles data ready

28-04-2016| Source:PTI

This app will facilitate a convenient and efficient mechanism to challan errant drivers while providing a set of features and functionalities, Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways Pon

Vijay Group's 100 acre township taking shape at Neral

28-04-2016| Source:PTI

Today, Neral is attracting masses to buy residential spaces as first homes for self-use as well as for investment purposes. Many migrant families from areas like Dadar, Parel, Elphistone Road, Thane

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