18 Jun 07, 09:30
vinod: Sir..what is the difference in the working of SHCIL and SEBI?
There is a lot of difference. SEBI is a regulator while SHCIL is not. The latter is just a custodian of stocks in demat form. SHCIL can’t regulate the markets in any way. It is a mere custodian. SEBI lays down the rules and regulations governing the market. Its regulations have an impact on the business and/or conduct of the various market participants. SHCIL’s work resembling any regulatory work can at best have an impact on a single market participating entity – not a class.
19 Jun 07, 22:36
vinod: How open is the Indian Agriculture to imports and exports?
Nobody talks of ‘openness’ of exports as an issue at all.
Coming to imports, ‘Openness’ of our imports is a relative term. What is felt ‘Open’ by one may not appear to be so for another. However, it would suffice to know that