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Foreign investors seem convinced about the India story, having poured in more than Rs 13,000 crore into the markets in the past 16 trading sessions, at a time when high uncertainty is cloaking the economic and political environment of the country.
Represented on a graph, India's food inflation over the past six months looks as if it has scaled a mighty peak: from 6% in April to 18% in September...While prices are bad enough to make consumers fret, the clue to pricey food could lie in their own
Al-Shaalan market is where many food and clothing shops can be found. But now without customers, many now only sell the cheap Flafel sandwiches and they are quite busy, reports Xinhua. Most Syrians have to abandon fancy restaurants and opt for cheap
As much as 80 percent of all the rice produced in developing countries in Southeast Asia -- totaling about 180 million tons -- is wasted annually, representing not only a loss of food, but also the waste of land, energy and water resources, even as
Must read Japan's core consumer price index climbed 0.7 percent last month from the previous yeargovernment data revealed on Thursday. The rise, which is almost the fastest growth in nearly five years, is a sign that Japan's economy is heading toward
The cost of education in the country has shot up by a huge 9.1 percent in a year until last September, official figures show. The rise is mainly due to goods and services related to education having become expensive, said the Ministry of Development
The head of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today called for innovative thinking to measure and cut global food loss and waste which he said is essential to advance the fight to eliminate hunger...This costs around $750
Editor and writer of NMG's online publication Africa Review . In Summary The article illustrated how food wastage in the production or supply stage and how consumers contribute to rising global hunger and food insecurity through improper storage.
www.thelocal.de/money/20131021-52503.html Consumers have been hit by major price rises for basic foodstuffs such as milk and potatoes, figures released on Monday showed. The cost of butter has risen by 32 percent in a year. Dairies, bakeries and
Wheat prices are the highest they've been in four months as traders react to reports of a disappointing harvest outlook from Argentina. Wheat for December delivery rose 19.75 cents, or 2.9 percent, to $7.0575 a bushel Friday, the highest price since