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India's exports contract 19.32 pc in April-August 2020-21 YoY

India's exports contract 19.32 pc in April-August 2020-21 YoY

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Exports In September First Week Jump 13 % To $6.12 Billion

The exports of non-petroleum products totalled 5.7 billion dollars in the same period while imports were to the tune of 5.54 billion dollars.

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China funding terror groups by putting African rosewood on verge of extinction

China funding terror groups by putting African rosewood on verge of extinction

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China August Exports Rise 9.5% Y/Y, Beat Forecasts; Imports Down 2.1%

China posted a trade surplus of $58.93 billion last month, compared with the poll's forecast for a $50.50 billion surplus and $62.33 billion surplus in July.

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Gadkari expresses confidence about increasing MSME exports, creating more jobs

Gadkari expresses confidence about increasing MSME exports, creating more jobs

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India doesn’t Have The Infrastructure To Be Able To Manufacture The Complete TV Set Or Any Other Electronic Products: Arjun Bajaaj, CEO, Daiwa

In the wake of the calls for banning Chinese goods/materials, the electronic industry which has so far been heavily dependent on Chinese market is upbeat for make in India. At the same time, it faces tremendous pressure in terms of supply chain disruption, customs, lack of infrastructure & closure due to Covid-19. Arjun Bajaaj, CEO, Daiwa, speaks on such issues with BW Businessworld's Manish Kumar Jha

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China June Exports Unexpectedly Rise 0.5% Year-On-Year, Imports Up 2.7%

China posted a trade surplus of $46.42 billion last month, compared with the poll's forecast for a $58.60 billion surplus and $62.93 billion surplus in May.

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BJP says Make in India but buys from China: Rahul Gandhi

BJP says Make in India but buys from China: Rahul Gandhi

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Some US Food Suppliers Forego China Contracts Over Coronavirus Curbs, Trade Group Says

Western Growers complained this week to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Trade Representative over the issue, and the government said it would take it up

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Malaysian Palm Oil Producers Step Up Perks To Retain Foreign Workers Amid Pandemic

The plantation owner in the Malay peninsula immediately countered with a bonus of 500 ringgit ($100) - around a quarter of Babul's monthly salary - to entice him to extend his contract by at least a year.

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China May Pork Imports Jump 86% On Year To 370,000 Tonnes - Customs

Imports of pork including offal were 510,000 tonnes, up 62% on the year, and bringing total imports for this year to 2.28 million tonnes

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Pulses Prices Soar Despite Imports

Despite the Union government importing pulses from Mozambique to lower the domestic prices. BW Businessworld explores what is driving the prices up

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China May Exports Seen Tumbling As Coronavirus Hits Demand; Imports Fall

Imports likely fell 9.7% on year, the poll showed, easing from a 14.2% drop the previous month, due to recovering global oil prices

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Japan Exports Slump As Coronavirus Hits U.S., Chinese Demand

Imports fell 5.0% in the year to March, versus the median estimate for a 9.8% decline.

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Indian LNG Importers Invoke Force Majeure As Gas Demand Slumps

Spot prices in Asia fell to a record low in February but had been rising due to India's LNG purchases and a slow recovery in China as people returned to work.

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