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India mills restructure and break sugar export to take advantage on increasing prices

Five dealers told Reuters that Indian sugar mills have been renegotiating and breaching commitments to deliver 400,000 tonnes of the sweetener to foreign buyers as prices increased as a result of the government reducing this year's export quota. The renegotiations and defaults by Indian mills, the second-largest exporter of sugar, may

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Smartphones to anticipate and become more integrated into our lives in just few years

Mobile phones will physically drive our lives for us, according to certain prophets and business gurus, or they will become a remote control for our entire existence. There is no doubt that the technology behind mobile phones and mobile networks has advanced so quickly over the past several years that it

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Researchers from IIT Jodhpur Discovered COVID-19 RNA Variations and Implications

Using cutting-edge genome sequencing techniques, researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Jodhpur, have discovered variants in the COVID-19 virus’s RNA, according to officials. The fixation of these intra-host variations and mutations that results in variants have both been researched by experts. The journal “Nucleic Acid Research” has published

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Covaxin’s low offtake, 50 million doses scheduled to expire in early 2023

Due to low demand, about 50 million doses of Covaxin, a COVID-19 vaccine produced by Bharat Biotech, are expected to run out early in the following year. Despite having planned for production to achieve a yearly capacity of 1 billion doses by the end of 2021, Bharat Biotech, halted manufacturing the

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Oil prices are rising as supply is limited and investors are wary of the economic prospects

Oil prices increased on Wednesday, extending a cautiously rally this week as sign of a supply shortage outweighed disagreements between the European Union (EU) and Hungary over plans to impose restrictions on Russia, the second-largest crude exporter in the world. Following in the world, following its invasion of Ukraine. At 0142

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