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Unseasonal rains and hail damage crops in India - Mayank Bharadwaj

Reuters Unseasonal rains and hailstorms have damaged ripening, winter-planted crops such as wheat in India's fertile northern, central and western plains, exposing thousands of farmers to losses and raising the risk of further food price inflation. Torrential rains on Sunday and Monday lashed Punjab, Haryana parts of Uttar Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh state, which account for the bulk of wheat output in India, the world's biggest producer after China, flattening crops and...

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What data told us about India in 2022 - Akshi Chawla

DeCEDA/Qrius 2022 was a milestone year for India. India walked into 2022 with an infectious wave of Covid-19 impacting lakhs of people, the wave receded a few weeks into the year. As hopes for a post-pandemic recovery surged, war in Ukraine brought in new challenges for the economy. With supply chains disrupted, global sanctions imposed on Russia, prices of fuel and food shot up. Inflation, already on a high from pent-up...

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Can India’s production incentive scheme transform the economy as the SEZ push did for China? -Siddhant Bajpai The Indian government will have to take serious note of the structural problems and bottlenecks to work on improving the production-linked incentive scheme. On December 20, the Indian government approved a Rs 357.17-crore incentive for Foxconn India, under the Production-Linked Incentive scheme for the Large-Scale Electronics Manufacturing sector. According to government think tank Niti Aayog, Foxconn India is the “first global company” approved under the scheme for mobile phones and to receive...

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India set to sign deals to secure fertiliser imports India -Zia Haq

-Hindustan Times Indian fertiliser and chemical companies have also accelerated investments in several mineral rich North African nations so as to hedge against price spirals and volatility. New Delhi: India is on the verge of signing long-term deals with several countries to secure fertilizer imports, critical for food security amid increasing geopolitical uncertainties , a government official said, requesting anonymity. Union chemicals and fertilisers minister Mansukh Mandaviya is set to travel to Morocco...

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Oil slides after IMF says slowing global growth engines portend tougher 2023 -Florence Tan IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said Sunday that US, Europe and China are all slowing down simultaneously, making 2023 tougher than 2022 for the global economy. Singapore: Oil prices slid on Tuesday from their highest levels in a month on a stronger dollar and after the head of the International Monetary Fund warned of a tougher 2023 as major economies experience weakening activity. Brent crude futures dropped 98 cents, or 1.1%, to...

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