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Although business conditions in the Indian manufacturing sector improved in November, the rise, however, remained subdued

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 

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A worker uses a welding torch to weld an iron machine. Photo: Reuters.

Manufacturing improves to 51.2 in Nov, but demand remains subdued

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NSE and BSE suspend Karvy Stock Broking's license over non-compliance

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Hero MotoCorp sales dip over 15% in November

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Bajaj Auto reports a slight dip in November sales at 403,223 units

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First Published: Mon, December 02 2019. 15:24 IST
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