Insolvency cases: After missed timelines in 2021, process likely to speed up with improved infrastructure

In 2022, the need of the hour is speedy disposal of cases as several important insolvency-related matters such as Jet Airways, Dewan Housing, Sintex Industries and Videocon Industries are to

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COVID-19: Micron Tech warns of DRAM chip delays due to China’s Xian lockdown

Micron, one of the world’s biggest memory chip suppliers, said the stringent restrictions, which went into effect earlier this month, may be increasingly difficult to mitigate and had resulted in

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Inflationary pressure likely to pinch consumer pocket less in 2022 on economic recovery, better production

After dealing with the devastating blows from the second COVID wave, especially during the April-June period, the economy is well on the revival path but the emergence of Omicron might

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PM Modi lays foundation of projects worth over Rs 28,000 crores in Mandi

Earlier, Modi, accompanied by Union minister Anurag Thakur, visited an exhibition put up by various departments of the state government.Did you miss our previous article… https://ethicalfinanceforum.org/?p=1009

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Record IPO binge in 2021 leaves investors hung over

Companies ranging from technology start-ups to blank-check acquisition firms flooded the market with offerings, capitalizing on investors’ willingness to place speculative bets as low interest rates and the re-opening of

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2021: A year of record trade amid frozen India-China ties over Ladakh chill

According to last month’s data from China’s GAC, the India-China bilateral trade totalled USD 114.263 billion, up 46.4 per cent year-on-year from January to November 2021. India’s exports to China

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Intel apologises in China over Xinjiang supplier statement

In its Chinese-language statement on Thursday on its official WeChat and Weibo accounts, Intel said that its commitment to avoid supply chains from Xinjiang was an expression of compliance with

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Omicron may not be the final variant, but it may be the final variant of concern

Omicron will not be the final variant, but it may be the final variant of concern. If we are lucky, and the course of this pandemic is hard to predict,

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New Zealand announces measures to keep out omicron variant

New Zealand will shorten the gap between second COVID-19 vaccine doses and boosters and push back the phased reopening of its borders in measures to keep the omicron variant at

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Agri tech firm AgNext to assess Lakadong turmeric using curcumin testing technology

Lakadong turmeric is globally considered to be one of the best quality turmeric with high curcumin content (between 7-12%), as compared to other varieties of turmeric where the average curcumin

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