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Economy - 17 News Result(s)
  • Smog Lifts, But Companies' View of Polluted Delhi Skies is Dim
    Smog Lifts, But Companies' View of Polluted Delhi Skies is Dim

    As New Delhi grappled with its worst smog in 17 years, the head of India's largest mobile payment firm got on a plane and left, one of thousands of professionals escaping pollution that could cost ...

  • Smoking Costs $1 Trillion, Soon to Kill 8 Million a Year - WHO/NCI Study
    Smoking Costs $1 Trillion, Soon to Kill 8 Million a Year - WHO/NCI Study

    Smoking costs the global economy more than $1 trillion a year, and will kill one third more people by 2030 than it does now.

  • Indian Variety of Rice, Pulses May Soon be Grown in Nigeria
    Indian Variety of Rice, Pulses May Soon be Grown in Nigeria

    Indian variety of rice and pulses may soon be grown in Nigeria, a substantial importer of food grains, as it aims to make agriculture the biggest alternative to oil and gas business to diversify its ...

  • Girls Can Cut Poverty in Developing Economies: UN
    Girls Can Cut Poverty in Developing Economies: UN

    Developing economies stand to win an extra $21 billion (19 billion euros) if they improve girls' health and sex education, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) said Thursday.

  • Planning To Go Vegan? You May Just Contribute To Global Climate And Economy
    Planning To Go Vegan? You May Just Contribute To Global Climate And Economy

    As per a new study, opting for a plant-based diet can potentially reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to economy.

  • Cheap Junk Food Expands Waistlines in Emerging Economies
    Cheap Junk Food Expands Waistlines in Emerging Economies

    Eating healthy comes at a high price while emerging economies are loaded with fatty and sugary foods.

  • Even Staple Food Demonstrates Nigeria's Economic Vulnerability
    Even Staple Food Demonstrates Nigeria's Economic Vulnerability

    Cassava, the starch rusty-coloured root that is a staple in Nigeria, is a paradigm of the problem the import-dependent nation now faces as the plunge in oil prices crimps the economy.

  • Sucked into Deflation Again: Japan's $2 Cup Noodle Binge is the Sign of the Times
    Sucked into Deflation Again: Japan's $2 Cup Noodle Binge is the Sign of the Times

    Japanese consumers can't get enough of cup noodles, with spending on them surging by more than a quarter over the past year.

  • Finnair to Offer Vegetarian Meals on Flights
    Finnair to Offer Vegetarian Meals on Flights

    In a bid to broaden services and meet passenger dietary needs, Nordic carrier Finnair has said it plans to offer vegetarian meals in economy class from November.According to the airline, the new in-flight vegetarian menu ...

  • Higher food costs probably pushed inflation up in March
    Higher food costs probably pushed inflation up in March

    Inflation in India is expected to have edged up on higher food costs in March, snapping a three-month easing trend that will give the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) less scope to support the economy ...

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