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They declined to be identified because the information has not been publicly released. It is unclear whether the proposal will lead to the breakup of Coal India, which has a stock market capitalisation of $28 billion. Putting to rest speculations that Coal India Ltd may be broken up, government today said there is no such proposal for the state-run behemoth. In late October, Modi set up 10 groups of senior bureaucrats to "undertake a critical review of the work done by the union ...
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    Oil producing nations on Wednesday agreed on the first joint output cuts by Opec and non-Opec producers in 15 years and the first output cut by Opec since 2008, which pushed crude oil prices by around 10 per cent. The equivalent contracts for U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures had records of 796,240 lots of 1,000 barrels, reached in April this year, and of 288,460 lots completed in February 2011, respectively.
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