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Rio Tinto mulls offer for Alcan Beauty business (AP via Yahoo! News)

Steel company Rio Tinto PLC said Wednesday it has received an offer from Sun European Partners LLP to acquire its Alcan Beauty Packaging business. More: Rio Tinto mulls offer for Alcan Beauty business (AP via Yahoo! News)
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OFWs default on crisis-support loans (ABS-CBNNEWS.com)

DAVAO CITY – A government executive here warns of an increasing number of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) defaulting on their loans from an economic crisis credit facility. Read more from the original source: OFWs default on crisis-support loans (ABS-CBNNEWS.com)
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Indian state raises 5 bln rupees via 10-y loans-cbank (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)

MUMBAI, March 31 (Reuters) – Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir raised 5 billion rupees via 10-year loans at 8.42 percent, the Reserve Bank of India said in a statement on Wednesday. Original post: Indian state raises 5 bln rupees via 10-y loans-cbank (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)
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RLPC-EMEA syndicated loans of $120 bln down 35 pct year on year (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)

LONDON, March 31 (Reuters) – Companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) borrowed $120 billion of syndicated loans in the first quarter, according to Thomson Reuters LPC data. Read more: RLPC-EMEA syndicated loans of $120 bln down 35 pct year on year (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)
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India cbank buys back 222.3 mln rupee Mizoram loans (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)

MUMBAI, March 31 (Reuters) – The Reserve Bank of India said on Wednesday it has made secondary market purchases worth 222.34 million rupees of Mizoram state loans as part of a buyback operation. View post: India cbank buys back 222.3 mln rupee Mizoram loans (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)
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New law changes college loans (The Cincinnati Enquirer)

Bigger grants for college students who need them. Relaxed payment terms for students with loans. More money for community colleges and historically black institutions. The law that President Barack Obama signed Tuesday could mean big changes for hard-pressed students and colleges as the government becomes the primary issuer of student loans. More here: New law changes college loans (The Cincinnati...
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