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Modi must worry about India's malnutrition crisis 24.1.2020 Rediff: Business
'With the largest number of malnourished people on the planet, India is poised to be a nation that significantly under-performs as an economy.'
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Exclusive: India's rice exports fall sharply as sanctions delay payments from Iran 24.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Reluctance among Indian traders to ship premium basmati rice to Iran as U.S. sanctions hobble its ability to pay has contributed to a sharp drop in overall exports from the world's biggest supplier of the grain, trade and government sources ...
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Humble potato takes tech route to health food status 24.1.2020 Rediff: Business
The technology for producing healthy potato seeding material through aeroponic system, which has already been passed on by the CPRI to about 18 entrepreneurs, would expedite multiplication of seeds of potato, including those of the specialty potatoes, to promote their cultivation, says Surinder Sud.
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Brazil urges India to cut import taxes on chicken products 23.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Brazil wants India to cut its import taxes on chicken and chicken products, so it can cash in on India's burgeoning demand for poultry and poultry products as incomes rise and food habits change.
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Organic Food Industry: 4 Reasons Why It Will Boom In Coming Years 23.1.2020 NDTV Food - Latest
Organic food consumption has only increased in turns of demand and supply. One of the main reasons could be the awareness that has been visible by the consumers and how involved people are to know how...
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After China trade deal, Europe and UK next on Trump's to-do list 23.1.2020 Reuters: Top News
U.S. President Donald Trump vowed to rip up international trade deals and rebalance America's global trade relationships.
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After China trade deal, Europe and U.K. next on Trump's to-do list 23.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
U.S. President Donald Trump vowed to rip up international trade deals and rebalance America's global trade relationships.
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CAA BJP’s game plan to divert focus from key issues: Sharma 22.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
CAA BJP’s game plan to divert focus from key issues: Sharma
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How to Fight Slowdown: Demand Revival Is Key 20.1.2020 Rediff: Business
'The current crisis is one of incomes, driven by poor job growth, agrarian distress and poor investment sentiment,' notes Harsh Pati Singhania, director, JK Organisation.
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Sterlite Power Launches Low Loss Conductor for Renewable Segment 20.1.2020 Projects Monitor

New product will reduce losses by 40% compared to conventional conductors Conductor will be cost-effective to help companies achieve emission reduction goals New Delhi, 20th January, 2020: Sterlite Power, a leading global player in power transmission, has developed an innovative solution to drastically reduce losses in the RE segment. The new product is a combination […]

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Prannoy Roy Speaks To Esther Duflo And Abhijit Banerjee: Full Transcript 19.1.2020 NDTV News - India-news
Nobel laureates Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo speak to NDTV's Dr Prannoy Roy on a range of subjects from Randomised Control Trials, to expectations from the upcoming Budget and protests against...
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Colombian farmers under pressure from frosts linked to climate change 17.1.2020 Reuters: World News
Potato farmer Pedro Gomez stared out across rows and rows of ruined potato plants, the usually green foliage brown and withered by heavy frost.
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India's palm imports seen falling on price rally, Malaysia curbs 17.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Palm oil imports by India, the world's biggest buyer of edible oils, could fall as much as 11% on the year in 2019/20, hit by a rally in prices and a diplomatic row that is turning its traders away from Malaysia, industry officials said on ...
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India's Oct 1 to Jan 15 sugar output down 26% - trade body 17.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Indian mills produced 10.9 million tonnes of sugar between Oct. 1 and Jan. 15, down 26% from a year earlier, due to lower production in the drought-hit western state of Maharashtra, the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) said on ...
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China's 2019 pork output plunges to 16-year low as disease culls herd 17.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
China's 2019 pork output plunged to a 16-year low, official data showed on Friday, as the fatal hog disease African swine fever killed millions of pigs in the world's top producer.
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EU's Hogan says bid to reset trade ties with U.S. off to 'good start' 17.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
European Union trade commissioner Phil Hogan said his meetings with senior U.S. officials marked a "good start" to resetting trade ties with Washington, but there was more work to do.
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Centre worried as many states not keen to take imported onions: Paswan 16.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Centre worried as many states not keen to take imported onions: Paswan
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Bangladesh open to increasing palm oil imports from Malaysia, minister says 16.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Bangladesh is open to increasing palm oil imports from Malaysia if it offers competitive rates, Agriculture Minister Abdur Razzak told Reuters on Thursday.
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Concerns linger after U.S. and China sign initial trade deal 16.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
China will boost purchases of U.S. goods and services by $200 billion over two years in exchange for the rolling back of some tariffs under an initial trade deal signed by the world's two largest economies, defusing an 18-month row that has hit global ...
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Australian tourism industry seeks urgent help as cost of bushfires grows 16.1.2020 Reuters: World News
Australia's peak tourism body estimated the country's bushfire crisis has so far cost the industry almost A$1 billion ($690 million) and called for urgent help from the government to lure back visitors.
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