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    It was one of the first-of-its-kind mergers in the country's financial sector, ITC Classic Finance Ltd, the beleaguered non-banking financial arm of ITC Ltd, and country's premier development financial institution, Industrial Credit Investment Corporation of India (ICICI) to merge their operations and ...
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  • Mergers And Acquisitions In Different Sectors In India
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  • ICICI Bank History
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  • Mergers and Aquisition
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  • Introduction to Mergers
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  • Merger of Banking Sector
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