Genetically- modified soya poses threat to foodies in city – Times of India


Genetically- modified soya poses threat to foodies in city
Times of India
In India, traders are feared to import genetically modified soyas. Going by the statistics made between 2016-17, it was imported from three countries such as USA, Benin and Germany. All the soya imports from USA amounting to nearly 100 metric tonnes ...

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Export surge boosts ARA refinery margins, easing excess crude – Times of India


Export surge boosts ARA refinery margins, easing excess crude
Times of India
Europe has even exported cargoes of 10 ppm diesel - normally a prized import - to India, and at least one cargo sailed to Brazil, according to traders and shipping fixtures, as refineries in those countries struggled to meet demand. The exports, along ...

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Monsoon: Export-centric agrochem firms to gain more than home-focused ones – Business Standard (press release) (registration) (blog)


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Monsoon: Export-centric agrochem firms to gain more than home-focused ones
Business Standard (press release) (registration) (blog)
India Meteorological Department has reported 2.6 per cent of surplus cumulative rain so far this season (as of Wednesday), resulting in 7.9 per cent of more kharif sowing, compared to the same period last year. All kharif crops — rice, pulses coarse ...

Karnataka Bank targets Rs. 2500-cr export credit this fiscal – Hindu Business Line


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Karnataka Bank targets Rs. 2500-cr export credit this fiscal
Hindu Business Line
Delivering keynote address at the forex business conference of the bank in Mangaluru on Friday, Mahabaleshwara MS, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the bank, said that exports from India have been exhibiting a positive growth in the ...
Karnataka Bank eyes Rs 2500 crore forex business for FY 17-18Times of India

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India’s cotton textiles export down 10% in 3 years: Govt – Moneycontrol.com


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India's cotton textiles export down 10% in 3 years: Govt
Moneycontrol.com
... which include products like bedsheets, blankets and curtains. The export of cotton at present is under Open General Licence. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, is the facilitator for the import and export ...

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India’s edible oil imports to fall for first time in six years – The Indian Express


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India's edible oil imports to fall for first time in six years
The Indian Express
India is expected to import 14.3 million tonnes of edible oils in the year to end-October 2017, down 300,000 tonnes or 2 percent from the previous year, Dinesh Shahra, managing director of Ruchi Soya Industries, told Reuters. To prop up domestic ...

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Why It’s Important for India to Trade With Latin America – The Wire


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Why It's Important for India to Trade With Latin America
The Wire
India beat China in export of pharmaceuticals to Latin America. India's exports were ... India's import of crude oil from the region fell to $9.5 billion in 2016-17 from $20 billion in 2014-15, thanks to the decrease in oil prices from over $100 ...

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Indo-Japan nuclear deal comes into force – Scroll.in


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Indo-Japan nuclear deal comes into force
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Under the deal, Japan can export nuclear power technology and finance plants in India. Japan can now also assist India in nuclear waste management and jointly manufacture nuclear plant components under the “Make in India” campaign. The deal will allow ...
All approvals in place, Japan nuclear deal comes into forceEconomic Times
Morning Brief: India-Japan Nuclear Deal Now Operational; Logistics Parks Go-Ahead; Rs 15 Lakh Loan Through ATMsSwarajya

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Odisha targets Rs 1 lakh cr export turnover by 2025 – India.com


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Odisha targets Rs 1 lakh cr export turnover by 2025
India.com
The Export Policy will be in alignment with the Foreign Trade Policy of India (2015-2020), he added. He stated that the export turnover of the state, which was merely Rs 563 crore in 2001-02, went up to Rs 19,082 crore in 2015-16. Further, it has risen ...

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CBI registered two FIR in gold import irregularities: Govt – India.com


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CBI registered two FIR in gold import irregularities: Govt
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New Delhi, Jul 20 (PTI) Two cases of alleged irregularities in import of bullion by entrepreneurs under the gold import policy, under the Handicrafts and Handloom Export Corporation of India, has been registered by the CBI, the Rajya Sabha was informed ...

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CBI registered two FIR in gold import irregularities: Govt – Daily News & Analysis


CBI registered two FIR in gold import irregularities: Govt
Daily News & Analysis
Two cases of alleged irregularities in import of bullion by entrepreneurs under the gold import policy, under the Handicrafts and Handloom Export Corporation of India, has been registered by the CBI, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. Responding to a ...

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India imported coal worth over Rs 1 lakh crore in FY’17 – Economic Times


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India imported coal worth over Rs 1 lakh crore in FY'17
Economic Times
The minister further said in 2015-16, 203.9 million tonnes (MT) of coal valued at Rs 86,033.8 crore was imported, while in 2014-15, the import stood at 217.7 MT worth Rs 1,04,506.6 crore. In 2013-14, the country imported 166.8 MT of coal worth Rs 92 ...

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Despite record production, Indian wheat imports to continue – Economic Times


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Despite record production, Indian wheat imports to continue
Economic Times
Mainly, mills from south India find it cheaper to import than buying and transporting wheat from Punjab, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh in north India. PUNE: India is expected to import up to 4 million tonnes of wheat this fiscal year, despite a bumper ...

Strong export demand to lift Asian economies: ADB – Daily News & Analysis


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Strong export demand to lift Asian economies: ADB
Daily News & Analysis
The bank maintained its 7.4 per cent growth forecast for India this year and 7.6 per cent for 2018, primarily from strong consumption, and the rest of South Asia's prospects also remained robust. Southeast Asia is also on track to meet forecasts of 4.8 ...
India expected to achieve growth rate of 7.4% in 2017: ADB reportHindustan Times
India on track to grow at 7.4%, developing Asia to improve:ADBIndia Today
Asian Development Bank projects 7.4% growth for India in 2017Firstpost
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Shadow economy struggles under weight of India’s new tax regime – Economic Times


Economic Times

Shadow economy struggles under weight of India's new tax regime
Economic Times
The leather sector is just one example of how India's vast informal economy -- which accounts for more than 90 percent of the workforce -- is struggling under India's new tax rates, which range widely from exemptions for items like basic food grains to ...

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