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Apollo Hospitals to consider listing on US Bourses in 2003

Health care major Apollo Hospitals announced on Thursday that plans are afoot to consider listing on US bourses in 2003. "We would consider listing on the US bourses after 2002," Pratap C Reddy, chairman of the Apollo Hospitals group said, adding it was a part of the business plan for the post-2002...
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Globalization of biotech industry is a decidedly worldwide phenomenon

...an exchange, it counts on the London Stock Exchange, the London AIM and the bourses in France, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark and Spain...n both VC as a global phenomena as well as the receptivity of international bourses to this industry sector. While the number of companies is one key indica...
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Bourses rebound on CPI data - Jun. 16, 1999

Europe's bourses immediately reversed morning losses Wednesday as nerves over U.S. inflation were calmed by the first flat data since October 1998.

Dow's bright start lifts bourses; Paris shines - Sep. 30, 1999

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