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The country's coffee exports rose by five per cent to 59,288 tonnes in the first two months of the current calendar year on higher demand, according to the Coffee Board. Of which, 37,731 tonnes was exported in February, slighly higher than 36,423 tonnes shipped in the same period last year, it said. According to the Board, coffee exports increased to 59,287 tonnes during January-February period of 2013 from Rs 56,535 tonnes in the year-ago...

  • Posted on : Wednesday , 6th March 2013
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Commerce and Industry minister Anand Sharma on Monday said that the Foreign Trade Policy will aim to boost exports by bringing down transaction costs improving access to credit and lowering the cost to credit. "We are looking to have FTP after all the consultations are complete it will take at least one month because India is a big country and we don't want to rush it," Sharma said after his meeting with the Confederation of Indian...

  • Posted on : Wednesday , 6th March 2013
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India will start exporting 250 megawatt (MW) power to Bangladesh from July, which is likely to strengthen the diplomatic ties between the two neighbours.  “The transmission line would be ready to export power from India to Bangladesh from July… most of the work is over and final testing is being done before commissioning it,” PowerGrid chairman RK Nayak told The Telegraph, a Kolkata-based daily. The transmission...

  • Posted on : Tuesday , 5th March 2013
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A 730 mw power project in Tripura is expected to help reduce the power crisis issues in India's north-eastern states. With two new mega power projects coming up in Tripura, the state is expected to lead a crucial role in generation and supply of power not only to its neighbouring north-eastern states but also to Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar. Tripura is going to be the power exporter to its neighbouring states and countries", said...

  • Posted on : Tuesday , 5th March 2013
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India should now have an aggressive clean energy solution policy, scaling up development of green technologies for its energy security and export these to developing countries in Africa and Latin America, says United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Director General Kandeh K. Yumkella.  "India should be aggressive on energy efficiency. If energy is used differently, if energy demand is managed properly, you don't...

  • Posted on : Tuesday , 5th March 2013
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