- Jun27By PTI
Tata Sons and Starbucks have finalised multiple new joint initiatives to expand their collaboration at a global level, apart from building the iconic American coffee chain's brand and business here.
It’s a role reversal of the sort. Nearly five-six months ago Pakistan was buying cotton from India
Red chilli prices have stayed too hot on stable demand and reduced availability in the offseason. The prices were ruling around Rs 7 200 to Rs 7 600 a
- Jun21By PTI
To tame spiralling prices of pulses, government on Tuesday sent a high-level delegation to Mozambique to explore short and long-term measures to import the commodities on a government-to-government basis.
India may import the most wheat in a decade as output declines in the world’s second-biggest producer. Imports may total 5 million metric tons in 2016-17, the most since 2006-07, according to the median estimate of seven traders surveyed by Bloomberg.
Crude oil prices have recovered from their multiyear lows in February. Similar to other commodities crude oil market too is awaiting the outcome of the Brexit referendum for further
Contrary to expectations India's palm oil imports fell 27. 54 per cent to 6 57 454 tonne last month against 9 07 347 tonne in the year-ago period
- Jun17By PTI
Rise in tomato prices is a "temporary phenomenon" and rates in the national capital region have started to cool down with increase in supply from Himachal Pradesh and Haryana, a top agriculture ministry official said on Friday.
After nine months of high prices, the government is still banking on the monsoon to bring down the rates of pulses even as the consumers try to accept the soaring
After the surge in April base metals have been cooling off from May. Base metals except zinc are expected to trade lower or sideways with
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