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Exclusive - Indian mills sign sugar export deals without government sweetener

24 Nov 2020

MUMBAI Indian sugar mills have for the first time in three years agreed export agreements without the support of government subsidies as they scramble to pay dues owing to farmers, four industry officials told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-Indian mills sign sugar export deals without government sweetener

24 Nov 2020

MUMBAI, Nov 24 Indian sugar mills have for the first time in three years agreed export agreements without the support of government subsidies as they scramble to pay dues owing to farmers, four industry officials told Reuters.

Festival gold buying spree continues in India, Chinese discounts narrow

20 Nov 2020

BENGALURU/MUMBAI A festival-led buying spree continued in India's retail gold market this week, though premiums eased slightly from a week ago and sales volumes were seen as lower year-on-year.

Asia Gold-Festival buying spree continues in India, Chinese discounts narrow

20 Nov 2020

BENGALURU/MUMBAI, Nov 20 A festival-led buying spree continued in India's retail gold market this week, though premiums eased slightly from a week ago and sales volumes were seen as lower year-on-year.

High food prices hurting India's poor, pain to persist

13 Nov 2020

NEW DELHI India's retail inflation may stay elevated for at least three more months after hitting a six-year high in October, as excess rain has damaged standing crops and seedlings, while edible oils that the country imports have become expensive.

Asia Gold-Festive rush lights up Indian market again

13 Nov 2020

BENGALURU/MUMBAI, Nov 13 Consumers flocked to jewellery shops again in India this week to snap up Diwali and Dhanteras festival deals, with a retreat in prices also adding to the sparkle in the world's second biggest bullion consumer.

India trims palm oil purchases as rising prices make soyoil attractive

13 Nov 2020

MUMBAI Indian edible oil refiners are trimming imports of palm oil to make space for soyoil as a rally in the price of palm due to output worries reduced the spread between the two, industry officials told Reuters.

Analysis: India startups seek high-tech solutions to colossal food waste

12 Nov 2020

NEW DELHI Startups and venture capital are pouring into what might seem an unlikely place: India's vast, outdated agriculture industry.

India revives plans to offer incentives for 6 million tonnes sugar exports

10 Nov 2020

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI India has revived a proposal to get sugar mills to export 6 million tonnes of the sweetener by incentivising overseas sales in the 2020/21 season, the third year in a row, as part of efforts to cut surplus stocks and prop up local prices, two government sources said.

Indians scale back purchases as gold prices rally before Diwali

06 Nov 2020

BENGALURU/MUMBAI Gold buying in India lost steam this week as prices scaled a 2-1/2 month peak ahead of major festivals, while discounts in top-consumer China dropped on a surging yuan.

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