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Gandhinagar (Gujarat) [India], Dec 22 ( ANI ): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday put an end to all rumors about the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) holding back Rs.
For the other half, uncertainty over the UK's exit from the EU was holding back planned investment, although there was also little focus on wanting to improve efficiency, said the report.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has suggested that the regional pay gap is holding back growth in China.
The report found the bottom 10 banks were holding back 44 percent of the insurance claims they received compared with an industry-wide average of 17 percent.
Students say that although their school fees are covered by the government loans, the school claims that the money is insufficient and they are holding back loan refunds which belong to them.
We plead with those who are against a pub on the hill that they are holding back on the wishes of disabled visitors and the community who enjoyed going to the hotel on Castle Hill.
Summary: Ricky Gervais will not be holding back when he hosts this Sunday's Golden Globes in Beverly Hills.
BY) is holding back USD500m of payments to India-based Cairn India Ltd (532792.
So, there'll be no holding back when it comes to it then?