Want to see America work with incredible allies like India to make world safe: Donald Trump Jr
Trump Jr, who has authored 'Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us', spoke about his book, his father and ties with India at the event.
Reducing ship speeds by 10-15% could reduce maritime emissions by 20-30%
Cariou, a researcher & professor at KEDGE Business School and a specialist in maritime and port economy suggests that decreasing ship’s speed seems to be the best short-term answer to meeting the initial deadline of 2030 for cutting.
Lotus on passports as part of security features, other national symbols to be used on rotation: MEA
Asked about the issue, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, "This symbol is our national flower and is part of the enhanced security features to identify fake passports."
Government may impose anti-dumping duty on a chemical from five countries
The ministry's investigation arm DGTR has initiated the probe into an alleged dumping of “Mono Ethylene Glycol” originating in or exported from Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Singapore, following a complaint from a domestic company.
Delay in harvest likely to brew trouble for coffee crop output
Unseasonal rain in Karnataka, the biggest coffee producing state in the country, has hindered arabica coffee harvest, which normally starts by the end of November.
ITC to step up focus on frozen food to drive non-cigarette sales
The FMCG giant is backing frozen food in its chase of Rs 1 lakh crore non-tobacco FMCG sales by 2030.
What is von der Leyen's "European Green Deal"?
Ursula von der Leyen, new president of the European Union's executive Commission, has laid out the details of her "European Green Deal" today, Wednesday, coinciding with a U.N. summit on the climate. Calling it "Europe's man on the moon moment," von der Leyen presented her plan to make the EU the world's first "climate-neutral" continent by 2050.
China sees US delaying December 15 tariff hike as talks drag
The two sides, staying in almost daily contact, have also come closer to an agreement on scaling back the tariffs already in place. But rather than removing or rolling back existing levies, the focus has been on reducing the rate of the tariffs already in effect, according to officials and other people familiar with the talks.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Wall Street's main stock indexes ended slightly lower on Tuesday, though not far from record highs.
Setback for India as WTO extends nil tax on e-transmissions
As per an UNCTAD study, India’s potential loss of revenue by not taxing electronic transmissions is around $500 million every year. Of the total $8 billion of potential tax losses projected for 58 developing countries, Mexico, Thailand, Nigeria, India, China and Pakistan face the highest losses, revealed the research paper.
India can continue with disputed export subsidies
The US has blocked the appointment of judges for more than two years, crippling the multilateral trade agency’s dispute settlement mechanism. It has criticised the body for its “flawed” interpretation in various cases, failure to issue reports within the mandatory 90-day period, its composition and compensation to the members.
WTO's appellate body becomes dysfunctional
WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo told a meeting of the full WTO membership on Monday that he would launch more intensive, high-level consultations on how to resolve the longstanding impasse over the appointment of appellate body members.
Trade talks: China expects US to postpone December 15 tariff deadline
Beijing sees the removal of the Dec 15 threat, enabling talks to continue on the unfinished items.
In a first, DGCA Certifies Boeing’s Singapore Training Facility for Dreamliner Planes
The official said the clearance would help full service carrier Vistara in inducting Boeing 787 planes early next year since there is only one such facility in India which does not have spare capacity. Approval has been accorded to Boeing training facility in Singapore for 787 type of aircraft.
What an EU carbon border tax on steel, cement and aluminium might look like and who would be hit
The package will include a proposed "carbon border adjustment mechanism" for selected sectors to be introduced by 2021, according to a leaked Commission document, although design and feasibility details are still being worked out.
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