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No Plans To Raise Product Prices Amid Higher E-Chips Rates: Anker

The price was decided 4-5 months back and we did not change the price though there was a rise in the price of raw materials and other supply chain components

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India Among Top-5 Countries In Q1 Net Sales For Ericsson

The Swedish telecom giant said that for the 'Southeast Asia, Oceania and India' markets segment, currency-adjusted sales increased 21 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2021.

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Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery, Kubota Join Hands To Offer Products In Japan

Kubota is finding solutions in their large selections of products from small to large size, and in promotion of smart agriculture that utilise self-driving agricultural machines and the farming support system KSAS.

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Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery, Kubota Join Hands To Offer Products In Japan

Kubota is finding solutions in their large selections of products from small to large size, and in promotion of smart agriculture that utilise self-driving agricultural machines and the farming support system KSAS.

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JICA Extends Rs 3,717 Cr Loan For Developing Metro Phase 2 In Bengaluru

Phase1 has an operational rail network of 42.3 Km(East- West line 18.1 Km and North South line -24.2 Km) with 41 stations.

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Asian Stocks Up As Biden Signs Stimulus; Lower Yields Boost Tech

Japan's Nikkei rose 0.99%, but China's blue-chip CSI300 index lost 0.43% as that country's high-valuation tech and consumer firms dragged.

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Asian Stocks Bounce Off Two-Month Low As Bonds, China Markets Steady

MSCI's ex-Japan Asia-Pacific shares index rose 0.4%, a day after it hit a two-month low. The CSI300 index of mainland China's A-shares rose 0.7% in early trade.

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Japan Downgrades Fourth-Quarter GDP As Companies Scale Back Spending

The economy grew an annualised 11.7% in October-December, weaker than the preliminary reading of 12.7% annualised growth to mark the second straight quarter of growth

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India Seeks Funds From Quad Alliance To Match China's Vaccine Push: Source

Indian companies such as the Serum Institute of India (SII), Bharat Biotech, Biological E and Cadila Healthcare have the combined capacity to produce billions of doses of their own vaccines or contract-manufacture for others.

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World's Biggest Wealth Fund Puts Japan's Kirin On Watch List Over Myanmar Link

Kirin's decision effectively scraps the Myanmar Brewery joint venture, in which the Japanese firm's controlling stake was valued at up to $1.7 billion, although Kirin also said it still wanted to keep selling beer in Myanmar.

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German Watchdog Puts Greensill Bank On Hold Due To Risk Concerns

Greensill Bank had loans outstanding of 2.8 billion euros and deposits of 3.3 billion euros at the end of 2019, rating agency Scope said in an October report, which did not detail the bank's exposure to GFG.

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Global Bond Rout Puts BOJ's Yield Curve Control In Spotlight

BOJ policymakers concede YCC worked in Japan because of the central bank's huge presence in the bond market and a dearth of expectations that inflation would pick up.

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Asian Stocks Edge Higher, Aussie In Demand On Recovery Signs

The Australian dollar shined yet again, rising to $0.7828 after stronger-than-expected economic growth in the fourth quarter fuelled hopes for a V-shaped recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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India's Crude Steel Output Grows 7.6 % To 10 MT In Jan: Worldsteel

'The production for the 64 countries reporting to the worldsteel was 162.9 MT in January 2021, registering a 4.8 per cent increase compared to January 2020,' the global industry body said in its latest report.

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Japan's Mizuho Restores ATMs, Online Services After Glitch Halts Services

The core banking unit of Mizuho Financial Group, Japan's third largest lender by assets, said it would return cards, bank books to customers retained by faulty ATMs.

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