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Steel Strips Wheels Wins Orders Worth Rs 54 Cr From US, Europe

SSWL will complete execution of the orders by early July 2021 from its Chennai and Dappar plants

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Steel Strips Wheels Bags Orders Worth Rs 25 Cr From US, Europe

The export orders of over 170,000 wheels for US and EU are for caravan trailer market, US mobile home and US Truck trailer markets

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ELGi Partners With Italian Red Cross For Maintenance Of COVID-19 Response Vehicles

The offered air station comprised a receiver and fridge dryer which made it plug and play, enabling high reliability, ease of maintenance and a small footprint.

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ArcelorMittal Europe, Infosys Announce Collaboration For Digital Transformation

Infosys will also establish a BPM service in ArcelorMittal Europes Business Centre of Excellence shared services centre.

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Moody's Revises Tata Steel Outlook To Stable From Negative

Europe's economic activity was affected by further lockdowns and a seasonally weak winter quarter, although it has improved since the early months of the pandemic

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Global Stocks, Oil Edge Away From Highs As Stimulus Rally Ebbs

The burst of market optimism from those events had helped Asian shares rise - Japan's Nikkei added 1.7% - but this faded out as Europe opened for business, with the STOXX Europe 600 down around 0.5%.

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German Exports Post Surprise Rise As China Trade Sizzles

Exports to other European Union countries fell 6.0% on the year, those to the United Kingdom dropped 29% and those to the United States decreased by 6.2%.

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Vodafone Seeks To Raise Up To 2.8 Billion Euros From Towers IPO

The UK-based operator set the price range for the flotation of Vantage Towers on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange at 22.50 to 29 euros per share, implying a total market capitalisation of up to 14.7 billion euros.

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More Than 20,000 US Organizations Compromised Through Microsoft Flaw - Source

Microsoft and the person working with the U.S. response blamed the initial wave of attacks on a Chinese government-backed actor. A Chinese government spokesman said the country was not behind the intrusions.

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EU Regulator Advises On Use Of Lilly's COVID-19 Antibody Cocktail

The medicines in the cocktail, given via a drip, belong to a class of drugs known as monoclonal antibodies, which are synthetically manufactured copies of infection-fighting proteins produced naturally by the human body.

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Emerging Europe.Com Bolsters Defences As Amazon Enters Poland

Allegro has a 33% share of the e-commerce market, with Alibaba Group's AliExpress at 3.6% and Amazon at 1.3%

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European Officials Urge World Bank To Exclude Fossil-Fuel Investments

The officials took note of the World Bank's $620 million investment in a multibillion-dollar liquified natural gas project in Mozambique approved by the Bank's board in January, but did not call for its cancellation.

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Global Stocks Slide On Inflation Fears, Dollar Gains

MSCI's benchmark for global equity markets slid 1.61% to 656.29 despite its large weighting to the U.S. tech heavyweights

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Pandemic Pushes BA-Owner IAG To A 4.4 Billion Euro Loss In 2020

UK-focused airlines were buoyed earlier this week when Britain laid out plans for travel markets to possibly reopen from mid-May, prompting a flood of bookings, but uncertainty remains over whether it will include IAG's long-haul routes.

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AstraZeneca Says It Will Have No Vaccine Supply Shortfall In Second Quarter, EU Wary

The EU official involved in talks with the company said AstraZeneca had provided no clarity on which global sites would supply the EU and whether export restrictions and regulatory issues could hamper supply.

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