In the first four months of this year, enterprises raised about VND58 trillion from issuing bonds, around half issued by real estate companies hungry for capital while credit policies for the property sector were tightened. Some companies even offered very high yields, about 1.5 percentage points higher than the common rate in the market. — VNS … [Read more...] about New regulations about corporate bond issuance
“Today’s decision would result in critical congressional funding intended for Indian tribal governments being diverted to state-chartered corporate entities with no governance authority and no governmental duties to tribal citizens in Alaska,” the National Congress of American Indians said in a statement Friday. … [Read more...] about Judge: Alaska corporations can get tribal virus relief money
Since the road serves as an important link between the Main Guard Gate, Karur Bypass Road, Woraiyur and Thillai Nagar, the Corporation decided to complete the project within a year. It went on to make alternative arrangements to divert traffic from February. … [Read more...] about Corporation to hand over Salai Road to State Highways Department
The bench of Justice K. Ramakrishnan and expert member Saibal Dasgupta ordered serving a notice to KPCL on an application filed by the Yelahanka Puttenahalli Lake and Bird Conservation Trust that sought nullification and cancellation of the Environmental Clearance (EC) granted by the State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA), direct KPCL to not put up the plant at the site and also repair the damage done to the Puttenahalli-Yelahanka lakes. … [Read more...] about NGT orders notice to Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd.
Contrary to other sectors which have been hit hard by the outbreak, the confectionery industry has witnessed an increase in demand since people have bought packaged-food. Nevertheless, the outbreak has created certain challenges for Mondelez to maintain its expansive product mix. … [Read more...] about Snack giant Mondelez International to reduce 25 per cent of its products