Import Relief

High prices push soybean meal exports down 59% in August

Soybean meal exports fell 58.93 percent in August due to high prices that deprived the product of its competitive edge in the world market. According to data compiled by India’s Solvent Extractors’ Association (SEA), the country exported 10,975 tonnes of soybean meal in August compared to 26,725 tonnes in July. …

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Come Together to Cut Costs: From Minister to Tesla

NEW DELHI: Tesla’s plan to import cars to India with customs concessions has hit an obstacle. The Heavy Industries Ministry, which sets policy for the country’s auto sector, told the US electric car giant the government was not in favor of tariff cuts based solely on “intent to invest.” The …

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By working with nature, Colombia fights air pollution

Authors: Dr. Dmytro Cheberkus and Sophia Zherebchuk In the 21st century, everyone on our planet is starting to understand how fragile the ecosystem is. The key words in each ecosystem description are related to equilibrium and stable equilibrium. This equilibrium or stable equilibrium could be destroyed due to the invasion …

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BJP ignored apple growing belts, Himachal Cong chief says

“The irresponsible and indifferent attitude of the government of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has put the government financed by the World Bank ??The 1,134 crore horticultural development plan presented by the then congressional government in 2016 is in jeopardy, ”former chief parliamentary secretary and congressman Rohit Thakur said on …

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