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Last updated: Jul 18 2019 18:32 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Floods hit Bangladesh rice farmers; top hubs fear scant rainfall 18.7.2019 Reuters: Top News
Rice farmers in Bangladesh grappled with a double whammy of floods and low demand for their produce this week, while export prices for the grain's Vietnamese variety rose on fresh interest from Philippines and Africa.
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India's monsoon rains below average in past week, raising crop worries 18.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
India's monsoon rains were 20% below average in the week ending on Wednesday, the weather office said, as summer showers turned patchy over the central, western and southern parts of the country, raising concerns over the progress of crop ...
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Sliding Japan exports, manufacturing gloom heighten economic risks 18.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
Japan's exports fell yet again in June, while manufacturers' confidence crumbled to a three-year low this month as a Sino-U.S. tariff row, slowing China growth and rising trade protectionism heaped pressure on the world's third-biggest ...
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Japanese official says negotiators working hard on U.S.-Japan trade deal 18.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
U.S. and Japanese officials are working hard to reach agreement on a bilateral trade agreement, a senior Japanese official told Reuters on Wednesday, adding he was looking forward to news on the deal in the near future.
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Fed's George hints she could be open to lower interest rates 18.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George on Wednesday said she is prepared to adjust her views on interest rate policy if looming economic risks materialise, a sign she might be open to lowering borrowing costs.
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India Is The Top Exporter Of Virtual Water As Cities Stare At Scarcity 17.7.2019 NDTV News - Latest
After Chennai's water shortage, people are rushing to fix leaky taps and toilets in their homes. Good move, say water experts, but time to stop sweating the small sweat and tackle India's biggest...
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Beer vs water: Bengaluru’s microbreweries in a time of water shortage 17.7.2019 Citizen Matters
It takes seven litres of water to brew just a litre of beer! But as the city struggles with a water crisis, Bengaluru's craft microbreweries are finding ways to cut down their water use
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Why coach Gopichand is not travelling with Sindhu 17.7.2019 Rediff: Sports
India's top shuttlers have missed his court-side presence this year but national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand says he can't really help cutting down on travelling as that would come in the way of finding the next crop of world-beaters.
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Badminton: We won’t have another Sindhu if I keep travelling for tournaments, says Gopichand 17.7.2019 Scroll.in
Gopichand hasn’t been travelling on the international circuit this year and he doesn’t intend to change that until next year.
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Exemption for india’s food stock holding from WTO subsidy rules 17.7.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The decision taken by the General Council of the World Trade Organization (WTO), in November 2014, makes it clear that the mechanism, under which WTO members will not challenge the public stockholding programme of developing Members for food security purposes, in relation to certain obligations under the WTO Agreement on Agriculture, will remain in place in perpetuity until a permanent solution regarding this issue is agreed and adopted.
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Tobacco Export to China 17.7.2019 Govt of india: PIB
India and China have not entered into any agreement for exporting Indian tobacco to China.  However, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India   has signed a Protocol of Phytosanitary requirements for the export of tobacco from India to China with the General Administration of Customs of the People’s Republic of China (GACC) on 21.01.
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Agri Export Zones 17.7.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The Government had notified 60 Agri Export Zones in 20 States till 2004-05. All the Agri Export Zones have since completed their intended span of 5 years. As such, as of now, there are no functional Agri Export Zones in the country.
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Over 6400 youth empowered through skills development ICICI 17.7.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhilai, Transforming despair to hope, the ICICI Academy of Skills situated in Sector 6 has empowered over 6400 underprivileged youth through Skills Development. Established on March 24, 2015, this centre, popularly known as Livelihood College, imparts free skill training to less privileged youth and offers a three months course in the areas of ‘Selling Skills’, […]
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Nifty, Sensex inch up in lacklustre trade 17.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
Indian shares edged up in lacklustre trade on Wednesday, amid pressure in broader Asian markets, with gains in some large cap stocks helping the indexes.
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U.S., Japan eye possible small trade deal by September - sources 17.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
The United States and Japan are working on a quid pro quo deal involving agriculture and autos that could be agreed by President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe when they meet in New York in September, three industry sources familiar with the discussions said on ...
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Exclusive: RSS' economic wing says India should not issue foreign currency bonds 17.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
An influential Hindu nationalist group close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party has demanded his government review its plan to raise money by selling foreign currency bonds.
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Exclusive: Influential Hindu group says India should not issue foreign currency bonds 17.7.2019 Reuters: Top News
An influential Hindu nationalist group close to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party has demanded his government review its plan to raise money by selling foreign currency bonds.
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Exclusive: RSS wing says India should not issue foreign currency bonds 16.7.2019 Reuters: Top News
An influential Hindu nationalist group close to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party has demanded his government review its plan to raise money by selling foreign currency bonds.
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Argentina ranchers kill the fatted cow amid cash crunch, turn to China 16.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
Argentina's world-famous ranchers are culling their breeding cows at the highest rate in 30 years and tapping Chinese demand for meat in order to help pay their bills as access to credit has dried up for farmers in South American's No. 2 ...
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Exclusive: India to keep sugar export subsidies even as rivals complain - sources 15.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
India will keep its sugar export subsidies despite complaints to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) from rival producers Brazil and Australia, though it will tweak how it provides them, four sources directly involved in the matter ...
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