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Paytm to pump in Rs 10,000 cr into banking, financial services over next three yearsPaytm, which will soon offer payments bank services in the country, claims to have already pumped in over Rs 3,200 crore in the last two years for its operations.
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NEW DELHI: Alibaba-backed Paytm today said it will invest Rs 10,000 crore over the next three years to ramp up its banking and financial services business. The Noida-based company, which will soon offer payments bank services in the country, claims to have already pumped in over Rs 3,200 crore in the last two years for its operations. "We will invest Rs 10,000 crore in our banking and financial services in the next three years. We hope to get the final approval for our payments bank operations soon, so that we can roll out services," Paytm founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma told reporters here. At present, Paytm operates a mobile wallet and e-commerce marketplace. With over 1.5 billion transactions on its platform, the company now aims to cross the 4.5 billion mark this year. Payments banks can accept deposits from individuals and small businesses of up to Rs 1 lakh per account.
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At the Rainy River development, Wolfson noted that productivity gains are expected through spring and summer, and start-up timelines were reiterated. But the timeline for the Schedule 2 permit receipt, a critical permit required to facilitate tailings storage past the 6-months of capacity provided by the starter tailings dam, have been revised and pushed back to January 2018, from November 2017, the analyst noted. The broker's 12-month target price of $4 is based on 1.6 times the broker's target NAV at a long term gold price of $1,300 an ounce. This is below its peers due to greater development and financial risks, said the broker.
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"You know human rights (campaigners), I am not a worker for human rights," said Duterte, who frequently uses foul language against his critics. Duterte also renewed his verbal assault on two major Filipino media outlets that have been critical of his drug war. He threatened to get Congress, which is dominated by his allies, to withhold a new franchise for ANS-CBN television network, which he accused of failing to air his paid advertisement during last year's election campaign. He also accused the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer of corruption, alleging they had illegally acquired government property in Manila's financial district too cheaply. — AFP
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