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The RBI action on Friday has spared any worries for consumers who feared a rate hike, but Standard Chartered's Jaspal Bindra tells NDTV in Davos that interest rates may go up even before the next credit policy. 9 years ago

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Laxmi Mittal's daughter-in-law and Aditya Mittal's wife, Megha Mittal, is now a businesswoman in her own right after she acquired German fashion brand Escada. She talks exclusively to NDTV at Davos, about how Aditya advised her in cracking the deal. 9 years ago

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Speaking exclusively to NDTV, Chanda Kochhar, MD and CEO of ICCI Bank, said RBI's move to hike the cash reserve ratio was on expected lines and it won't have much impact. She sees no immediate impact on interest rates. 9 years ago

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Lars G Olofsson, CEO of Carrefour said, "We are trying to build a plan on how we can start our business in India. We are in discussion for a partner at this point of time." 9 years ago

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