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UK's 'Simplified' Travel Rules Does Not Cover Vaccinated Indians

The UK's new system covers over 50 countries, including the US and European Union (EU) member-nation plus 18 others such as Canada, Japan and the UAE.

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India Exports 11,49,341 MT Of Seafood During 2020-21

India exported 12,89,651 MT of seafood worth Rs 46,662.85 crore (US$ 6.68 billion), marking a decline of 6.31 per cent in rupee terms and 10.81 per cent in dollar value in 2020-21.

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Waiting For Members Start Negotiations On TRIPS Waiver, Tech Transfer: WTO Chief

India and South Africa submitted a proposal suggesting a waiver for all WTO members on the implementation of certain provisions of the TRIPS agreement in relation to the prevention, containment or treatment of COVID-19.

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Glenmark Pharma To Launch Its Nasal Spray Ryaltris In EU

Ryaltris is indicated for symptomatic treatment of seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis in adults and children over 12 years of age.

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India Open For Stronger Trade Relations With EU: Thakur

Portugal's Minister of State for Internationalization Eurico Brilhante Dias called on Thakur ahead of the 5th Joint Economic Commission India-Portugal meeting in Delhi.

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Domestic Ship-Breaking Industry's Revenue To Rise By 10 % This Fiscal, Says Crisil

Indian ship-breakers are set to procure between 230 and 240 vessels, with a combined weight of over 1.9 million light displacement tonnage (LDT) this fiscal, compared with 214 vessels weighing 1.77 million LDT bought last fiscal.

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EU Faces Bankruptcies And Bad Loans As COVID-19 Help For Firms Ends

Of the almost 2.3 trillion euros in government liquidity measures at EU level, firms and households have taken up some 32% of the total, mostly in public guarantees

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India To Be Largest Source Of Energy Demand Growth To 2040 - IEA

India's oil demand is expected to rise to 8.7 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2040 from about 5 million bpd in 2019, the IEA said, while its refining capacity will reach 6.4 million bpd by 2030 and 7.7 million bpd by 2040, from 5 million bpd.

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Euro Zone Unemployment Rate Surprises With November Decline

The European Union's statistics office Eurostat said on Friday that the jobless rate fell to 8.3% in November from 8.4% in October.

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Europe Prepares For Moderna Vaccine Rollout As Fears Grow Over Virus Variants

Moderna shares were up more than 4% in early New York trading. The company's value has surged more than 450% since February last year as the pandemic gripped the world and drugmakers rushed to develop shots.

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Brexit Trade Deal Sparks Relief But UK Market Will Bear Scars

British equities may perform well against a backdrop where other markets look expensive - Simmons says UK shares trade at a 30% discount relative to global markets against a typical 10% discount.

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Hungary Says Veto EU Budget, COVID Recovery Scheme Over Funding Condition

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban had already sent a letter to EU institutions threatening to veto the budget and Hungary's lawmakers in July said the government should not accept such conditions in the talks.

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Boeing Loses More 737 MAX Orders, Eyes Jet's U.S. Return But Europe Tariffs Loom

Boeing also delivered four 787s in October: one 787-8 to American Airlines, one 787-9 to Leasing giant AerCap, one 787-10 to Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways, and one 787-10 Saudi Arabian Airlines.

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Combat 5G COVID-19 Fake News, Urges Europe

Britain has seen 87 arson attacks and the Netherlands 30, while cases have also been reported in France, Belgium, Italy and Germany.

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Tyre Industry Pushes Back Against Evidence Of Plastic Pollution

Environmental groups have also questioned the independence and accuracy of the industry studies.

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