Trump threatens German carmakers with 35% US import tariff, BMW defiant – Daily News & Analysis


Daily News & Analysis

Trump threatens German carmakers with 35% US import tariff, BMW defiant
Daily News & Analysis
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz and BMW already have sizeable factories in the United States where they build higher-margin sports utility vehicles (SUVs) for export to Asia and Europe. Around 65 percent of BMW's production from its factory in Spartanburg ...
Donald Trump threatens German carmakers with 35 per cent US import tariffTimes of India
Trump threatens German carmakers with 35 percent U.S. import tariff ...Reuters
Germany hits back at Trump criticism of refugee policy and BMW tariff threatThe Guardian

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Coca Cola may set up plant in Sri Lanka to feed Indian market – Times of India


Times of India

Coca Cola may set up plant in Sri Lanka to feed Indian market
Times of India
... Ravi Karunanayake here over the weekend, it said in a statement. "They pointed out that Sri Lanka could be developed into a production hub to re-export their products to India. India has the highest demand for Coca Cola products in the South Asian ...
Coca Cola is ready to develop Sri Lanka as a production hub in the region.SLBC

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Mauritius wants to diversify sugar biz; inks pact with India – Moneycontrol.com


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Mauritius wants to diversify sugar biz; inks pact with India
Moneycontrol.com
Facing crisis in the sugar sector, Mauritius today signed a pact with India -- the world's second biggest producer of the sweetener, to gain expertise and support for diversifying the sugar business, especially of cooperative mills in the island nation ...

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Return to subsidised petrol & diesel ruled out, but no promise of excise cut either – Calcutta Telegraph


India.com

Return to subsidised petrol & diesel ruled out, but no promise of excise cut either
Calcutta Telegraph
India has to import 80 per cent of its oil needs, and will have to spend an extra Rs 9,126 crore ($1.36 billion) a year for every dollar per barrel increase in crude prices. India spent $63.96 billion on crude oil import in 2015-16, about half of the ...
No returning to subsidies on petrol, diesel: GovernmentIndia.com

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No returning to subsidies on petrol, diesel: Government – India.com


India.com

No returning to subsidies on petrol, diesel: Government
India.com
India spent USD 63.96 billion on crude oil import in 2015-16, about half of USD 112.7 billion outgo in the previous fiscal and USD 143 billion in 2013-14. For the current fiscal, the import bill has been pegged at USD 66 billion at an average import ...

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India’s Iron Ore Problem: Supply Vs. Taxes – Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide


India's Iron Ore Problem: Supply Vs. Taxes
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
The protectionist measures imposed by India's government previously included an export duty tax of 30% on high-grade iron ore. Many within the mining sector are of the opinion that the export tax must go, or at the very least be reduced, to boost exports.

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Why imminent Indian government regulations on medical devices have everyone worried – Scroll.in


Scroll.in

Why imminent Indian government regulations on medical devices have everyone worried
Scroll.in
The vast majority of devices that are left out of the regulatory list can be imported, manufactured and sold in India without testing or certification. A trader or a manufacturer can import a low-quality device or its parts to assemble here and sell it ...

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Despite recovery India’s export gains fall far behind that of the competition – Times of India (blog)


Despite recovery India's export gains fall far behind that of the competition
Times of India (blog)
Though the gains on the export front has been achieved on the low base month numbers when exports had contracted very sharply India is still one of the early beneficiaries of the slow revival in global demand which perked up by 3.9% in October. And the ...

Coal India may buy coking coal reserves abroad, enter strategic partnerships for imports – Financial Express


Financial Express

Coal India may buy coking coal reserves abroad, enter strategic partnerships for imports
Financial Express
India's near-monopoly and state-run coal mining company is also mulling entering into strategic partnerships in the next financial year 2017-18 to import coking coal, the official said as per the reports. India's steelmakers depend heavily on imported ...
Coal consumers express concern on coking coal price hike by Coal India LtdETEnergyworld.com
Coal price hike by BCCL, CCL to impact power, steel cos: CCAIIndia Today

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Cotton consumption to touch 313 lakh bales in 2017: CCI – The Navhind Times


Daily Times

Cotton consumption to touch 313 lakh bales in 2017: CCI
The Navhind Times
Rise in the consumption of cotton will help reduce India's dependability on cotton export. “After including import and opening stock, the exportable surplus availability of cotton in the country is getting concentrated and it is expected that during ...
Cotton blooming but correction likelyHindu Business Line

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Coal consumers express concern on coking coal price hike by Coal India Ltd – ETEnergyworld.com


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Coal consumers express concern on coking coal price hike by Coal India Ltd
ETEnergyworld.com
on one hand the government is discouraging import of coal and Coal India is providing import substitute from domestic sources while on the other hand, power utilities along with steel and related industries buying coal from BCCL and CCL are being ...
Coal price hike irks usersCalcutta Telegraph
Coal price hike by BCCL, CCL to impact power, steel cos: CCAIMoneycontrol.com
Coal India arm CCL hikes coal price, eyes more revenueBusiness Standard

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Demonetisation shows ‘boldness’ of Modi: France – Business Standard


The Economist

Demonetisation shows 'boldness' of Modi: France
Business Standard
At the same time, he said "joint efforts" should be made between the European Union and India to reduce trade barriers and pitched for reforms in India with regard to easing the import-export regime and improving the predictability and stability of ...
India's prime minister has a knack for shrugging off embarrassmentThe Economist

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Coal imports fell by 25% to 14.31 MT in December – Daily News & Analysis


Daily News & Analysis

Coal imports fell by 25% to 14.31 MT in December
Daily News & Analysis
Expressing concern over import of coal despite being surplus in the dry fuel, Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal had earlier said that Coal India has set a target to replace about 15 MT of imported coal with indigenous fuel in the next few months ...

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