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China pledges $20 billion in loans for economic development of Arab States, as Beijing builds influence in Middle East and Africa
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China pledges $20 billion in loans for economic development of Arab States, as Beijing builds influence in Middle East and Africa

The money pledged by China will be earmarked for "projects that will produce good employment opportunities and positive social impact in the Arab States that have reconstruction needs," said Xi, without providing further details.

CBI files Rs 19-crore fraud case over loans given by UCO Bank, names branch manager, middlemen and valuers as accused
India

CBI files Rs 19-crore fraud case over loans given by UCO Bank, names branch manager, middlemen and valuers as accused

The CBI has registered a fresh bank fraud case amounting to Rs 19.03 crore that was sanctioned by UCO Bank to 18 fake borrowers in 2013 and 2016.

Faced with declining foreign exchange reserves, Pakistan to borrow $1 billion from Chinese bank as a commercial loan
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Faced with declining foreign exchange reserves, Pakistan to borrow $1 billion from Chinese bank as a commercial loan

Pakistan is in talks with a Chinese financial institution to obtain $1 billion as a foreign commercial loan, a media report said on Tuesday.

PNB fraud: UPA could've avoided Nirav Modi scam in 2013, says ex-Allahabad Bank director
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PNB fraud: UPA could've avoided Nirav Modi scam in 2013, says ex-Allahabad Bank director

Dinesh Dubey, the Allahabad Bank director who witnessed the making of the massive Nirav Modi scam, blew the whistle and paid a heavy price for it.

Punjab farmers' grim legacy: Despite govt compensation for suicides, inherited debt continues to claim lives
India

Punjab farmers' grim legacy: Despite govt compensation for suicides, inherited debt continues to claim lives

In Punjab's Mansa district, hundreds of farmers' families have minors who have inherited the debt of their deceased fathers.

Bank bad loans: Defaulters owe 27% of total amount to SBI alone, Punjab National Bank next
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Bank bad loans: Defaulters owe 27% of total amount to SBI alone, Punjab National Bank next

The total outstanding loans by wilful defaulters rose to Rs 92,376 crore at the end of financial year 2016-17, from Rs 76,685 crore at the end of last fiscal 2015-16 -- up 20.4 percent.

Want to withdraw your employees provident fund? You can do it online in five simple steps
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Want to withdraw your employees provident fund? You can do it online in five simple steps

Keep in mind that there are certain conditions which you need to fulfill you apply for the EPFO withdrawals online.

Loan waiver: Gujarat farmers throw milk on roads, plan to continue protest to press demand
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Loan waiver: Gujarat farmers throw milk on roads, plan to continue protest to press demand

Gujarat farmers would not supply milk for the next two days causing a shortage across the State.

Air India disinvestment: Beyond excitement, lies the uphill task of accessing assets, keeping it lucrative for buyers
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Air India disinvestment: Beyond excitement, lies the uphill task of accessing assets, keeping it lucrative for buyers

Beyond the in-principle approval, what the government of India needs the most is to conduct a hard-nosed assessment of Air India’s assets versus liabilities, and a workable proposal which makes the airline attractive to any prospective buyer

Madhya Pradesh farmers' strike: Three end lives in 24 hours, suicide toll at 15 since 8 June
India

Madhya Pradesh farmers' strike: Three end lives in 24 hours, suicide toll at 15 since 8 June

Three farmers allegedly ended their lives in Madhya Pradesh in the past 24 hours due to distress over debts, taking the suicide toll in the state since 8 June to 15.

Vijay Mallya’s arrest, bail in London: Narendra Modi govt's action sends strong message to absconders
India

Vijay Mallya’s arrest, bail in London: Narendra Modi govt's action sends strong message to absconders

Vijay Mallya may have got conditional bail by a Westminster magistrate court as per the provisions of British law hours after his arrest in London, but it surely means that his time to freedom and living in luxurious surroundings is counted

SC's tough questions to Vijay Mallya: Were your asset disclosure, $40 mn transfer to kids kosher?
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SC's tough questions to Vijay Mallya: Were your asset disclosure, $40 mn transfer to kids kosher?

A bench of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice and U.U. Lalit also reserved its order on their plea seeking initiation of contempt proceedings against Mallya.

Note ban impact on loan, deposit growth significant in Oct-Dec quarter: Moody's
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Note ban impact on loan, deposit growth significant in Oct-Dec quarter: Moody's

Moody's said the slowdown in loan growth may also have been in part due to loan repayments using the demonetised currencies

JPMorgan Chase working on introducing digital mortgage platform
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JPMorgan Chase working on introducing digital mortgage platform

JPMorgan Chase & Co is gradually introducing a digital mortgage platform where customers can apply online and track applications by mobile phone.

Donald Trump's press conference: Russia did it, CNN is fake and other things we learned
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Donald Trump's press conference: Russia did it, CNN is fake and other things we learned

Donald Trump shocked everyone with his first press conference as the US president-elect on Wednesday as he threw one bouncer after another

Demonetisation: Borrowers get additional 60 days to repay loans, say RBI
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Demonetisation: Borrowers get additional 60 days to repay loans, say RBI

This is applicable to loans payable between 1 November and 31 December, the RBI said in a notification.

No more 'Mallyas': Banks need strict procedures to avoid bogus loan guarantors
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No more 'Mallyas': Banks need strict procedures to avoid bogus loan guarantors

Strict procedures are needed to ensure that loan guarantors are in a position to fulfil their liability, and that they are doing so willingly.

Farmer’s guarantee for Mallya a cruel joke but Fardeen’s weight gain bigger issue
India

Farmer’s guarantee for Mallya a cruel joke but Fardeen’s weight gain bigger issue

Mr Singh’s accounts of Rs 14000 and Rs 4000 were frozen by the Bank of Baroda because the records showed he had pledged to back Vijay Mallya’s defaults, if any.