Palm oil prices to climb 17.9% in 2020 on tight supplies, biodiesel programmes; trade disputes to hit exports: Poll
Benchmark palm oil prices will average 2,650 ringgit ($650.80) a tonne in 2020, up from 2,248 ringgit last year, according to the median estimate from a poll of 18 analysts and industry players.
The global economy is in a "synchronised slowdown" amidst growing trade barriers and heightened geopolitical tensions, the IMF warned on Tuesday as it downgraded the 2019 growth rate to three percent, the slowest pace since the global financial crisis
Global economy in 'synchronised slowdown' says new IMF chief; effects more pronounced in India, Brazil
Around 90% of the world would be faced with an economic slowdown, said International Monetary Fund's (IMF) new managing director Kristalina Georgieva
Indian economy projected to grow at 7.1% in FY 2020 on back of strong domestic consumption, investment: UN report
The Indian economy, which generates two-thirds of the regional output in South Asia, expanded by 7.2% in 2018
India, US to engage regularly to resolve trade issues, explore mutually beneficial suitable solutions: Government
Political and security ties between India and the United States have grown but trade has become problematic.
World Economic Forum in Davos likely to be dominated by trade disputes, Brexit; US, India, France and Russia to skip summit
Trade disputes,international relations, Brexit and a growth slowdown that sparked concerns of a recession are set to dominate the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Fuel prices dip after remaining stable for two days; crude edges higher on upcoming China-US trade talks
This was the second price cut in fuel prices this year after the rates almost maintained the downward trend for the past nearly two-and-half months.
BRICS Summit 2018: Five-member bloc calls for strengthening of multilateral trading system amid rising trade disputes
BRICS call on all WTO members to abide by the WTO rules and honour their commitments in the multilateral trading system.
India trying to resolve trade disputes with several countries, willing to create new world trade order: Suresh Prabhu
Suresh Prabhu's remarks came a day after India decided to raise customs duty US products as a retaliatory action against tariff hike by Washington
China's Ministry of Commerce was reacting to India's move to launch an anti-dumping investigation over photovoltaic cells and units imported from the China, Taiwan, and Malaysia,