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 are entitled to sub-brokerage, The sub- brokerage will be paid as soon as we receive the statement from the company!' The circular further states that "an investor who is investing in debentures now is entitled for 15 per cent per annum, i e, 1.25 per cent interest per month and 1.5 per cent sub-brokerage. If refund is made within two months your return will be four per cent for two months investment and if you get allotment you will get some premium in the market." The company cannot be unaware of the kind of canvassing the brokers are doing to promote investment in its debentures. Should not a company of RTl's repute discourage such unethical practices? RTI debentures do not require any additional incentives.

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