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JSPL Clocks 29 Pc Hike In July Steel Sales To 6.37 Lakh Tonnes

JSIS Oman recorded 11 per cent increase in production to 1.37 lakh tonnes while sales volumes rose by 6 per cent to 1.25 lakh tonnes.

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Raw Sugar Seen Posting Annual Loss As Surplus Looms

The poll forecast that 47% of the cane would be used to produce sugar in the 2020/21 season, up from a forecast 36.5% in the previous poll.

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Indian Tea Prices Jump To Record As Floods, COVID-19 Slash Output

Production losses have already lifted weekly auction prices to a record of 232.60 rupees ($3.11) per kg, up 57% from a year ago

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80 per cent of industrial units in Chhattisgarh become operational with the state entering unlock phase

80 per cent of industrial units in Chhattisgarh become operational with the state entering unlock phase

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German Industrial Output Rebounds, Firms See Brighter Outlook

The bounce-back, more modest than the 10% rise economists had been forecasting, was led by a 27.6% surge in production of capital goods.

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Bajaj Auto Unions Demand Factory Halt After 250 Workers Catch Coronavirus

The Bajaj Auto factory affected is located in western Maharashtra, the state with the highest number of cases of COVID-19, the disease the virus causes.

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Boeing To Pull The Plug On Its 747 Jumbo Jet - Bloomberg News

Boeing's 747 plane is enjoying a second life as a cargo mule for companies like United Parcel Service Inc due to a freight market boom fueled by online shopping.

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Nissan Plans More Shift Cuts At Japan Car Plants Due To Low Demand

Nissan plans to cancel all night shifts at its plant in Oppama, Kanagawa prefecture, and at a production line in Kyushu, southern Japan, between June 29 and July 31

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China's May Factory Output Rises Less Than Expected

Industrial output growth quickened to 4.4% in May from a year earlier, the highest reading since December

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Honda Resumes Production At Plants Hit By Suspected Cyber Attack

The suspected attack was the second on Honda's global network after the WannaCry virus forced it to halt production for a day at a domestic plant in 2017.

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China Producer Price Deflation Deepens On Global Demand Slump

The consumer price index rose 2.4% from a year earlier - the weakest reading since March 2019 - compared with a 3.3% increase in April

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Panasonic To Cut 800 Jobs In Thailand, Move Some Production To Vietnam Next Year

Panasonic will still have around 13,700 workers involved in the manufacture of small appliances and batteries in Thailand.

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China's Factory Output Posts First Increase For 2020 But Consumption Still Weak

Private sector fixed-asset investment, which accounts for 60% of total investment, fell 13.3% in January-April, compared with an 18.8% decline in the first three months of the year.

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Fiat Chrysler Restarts Brazil Production After Coronavirus Shutdown

Fiat Chrysler had been producing 1,600 vehicles a day at its plant in Betim, in Minas Gerais state, and 1,000 vehicles a day in Goiana

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SAIL Gears Up To Boost Production In Post-Lockdown Period As Demand Bounces Back

SAIL plants have been operating at half the normal levels. In the first stage, the company plans to enhance this to 75 per cent capacity and later synchronise the production with demand.

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