The Covid-19 crisis has exposed the deep and systemic deficiencies of the global economic regulatory system and associated national vulnerabilities at a time of great distress.

The COVID-19 pandemic is profoundly altering the manner in which individuals engage in work activities and go about their daily lives.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought considerable attention to trade in medical products, and specifically trade in products for prevention, testing and treatment.

This Provisional Coal Statistics 2018-19 incorporates provisional information regarding coal, coal products and lignite of the preceding financial year along with past few years on Reserve, Production, Despatch, Pit-head Closing Stock, Import & Export of coal etc. It also contains information regarding captive blocks.

This Provisional Coal Statistics 2018-19 incorporates provisional information regarding coal, coal products and lignite of the preceding financial year along with past few years on Reserve, Production, Despatch, Pit-head Closing Stock, Import & Export of coal etc. It also contains information regarding captive blocks.

Alex Muli does not consider himself lucky, despite winning one of the most coveted agricultural prizes in Africa two weeks ago.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Agri Export Zones, 17/07/2019. The Government had notified 60 Agri Export Zones in 20 States till 2004-05. All the Agri Export Zones have since completed their intended span of 5 years. As such, as of now, there are no functional Agri Export Zones in the country.

Australia is on a path to being one of the worst contributors to the climate emergency if the pollution from its fossil fuel exports are factored in

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC’s) Special Report Global Warming of 1.5°C, a near-total reduction in the use of coal and other fossil fuels for electricity generation by 2050 is necessary if the temperature goal of the Paris Agreement is to be reached, with reductions of approximately two-thirds by 2030.

South Asia remained the fastest growing region in the world last year, but growth remained driven by domestic demand – and not exports – which resulted in another year of double-digit volume growth of imports. The value of imports was further pushed up by rising oil prices.

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