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- To bring reforms in APMC Act, CII working with Central and s...

The recent partially-implemented amendment to the APMC (Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee) Act and the subsequent reforms seem to have set the ball rolling for a host of policy changes in the Indian food processing and agriculture sector that ... FnBnews.com, 1 month ago
CII panel to study impact of APMC Act in six states Business Standard India, 2 months ago

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- CII organises Ninth National Food Safety & Quality Summit in New Delhi

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organised the Ninth National Food Safety and Quality Summit, a two-day event which concluded in New Delhi recently. Over 200 food safety and quality professionals from across the globe attended it. The ...
 FnBnews.com1 month ago

SkillPro gets $3M from National Skill Development Council

Hyderabad-based skill assessment and training social venture SkillPro has received close to Rs 18.4 crore (approximately $3 million) from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to train half a million people on various kind of jobs across the ...
 VC Circle1 month ago

Opportunities in the cold chain sector

It remains to be seen if the National Food Processing Policy will help reduce wastage of perishables and improve the supply situation. ┬┤There should be zero tolerance towards waste. Currently, about Rs 44,000 crore ($7 billion) worth of food is ...
 ASAPP2 months ago

GOVT PLANS TO RAISE Rs 8000 CRORE THROUGH SHARE SALE IN IOC

MUMBAI: The government is planning to raise Rs 8,000 crore through share sale in Indian Oil Corp, India's largest state-owned refinery, in the current fiscal year ending March. The department of disinvestment, under the ministry of finance, has ...
 IPA Newspack.com2 weeks ago

OIL COMPANIES ON SLIPPERY GROUND IN DECEMBER QUARTER

The December quarter may have been one of the most challenging quarters for oil companies in some time. Analysts tracking the sector, too, faced difficulties in drawing up estimates this quarter. First, the sharp drop in crude oil prices ...
 IPA Newspack.com2 weeks ago
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FII INFLOW INTO BONDS AND EQUITIES TOUCHES RECORD $43 BILLION IN 2014

Mumbai: Portfolio inflows into Indian bond and equity markets have been the best ever in 2014, now totalling a massive $43 billion, data from the depositories show. Of these, the bond market has cornered more than half of the inflows as Indian bonds ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Hike in excise duty on petrol bodes well for ethanol players

ET INTELLIGENCE GROUP: The ethanol blended petrol (EBP) scheme appears to have achieved only marginal success despite being in operation for 10 years. A major issue revolves around oil marketing companies (OMCs) complaining about lack of ethanol ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Food Industries in India to look beyond International standards

Mr. Ajit Kumar, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, NIFTEM in his keynote address suggested that basic protocols be prepared for every step in the food chain including farmers, Transporters, Handlers, Wholesalers and Retailers. He also advised that traditional ...
 Noodls2 months ago 'Food industries in India to look beyond International standards'  MyIris1 month ago
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