The 2021 Forbes Rich List is out and these are the Indian billionaires who just for richer!
The 2021 Forbes Rich List is out and these are the Indian billionaires who just for richer!
Harder, better, stronger, longer: how one Australian’s love of mules led him to import a mammoth donkeyIt took six months and $60,000 for Queenslander David Scholl to import ‘Moses’ but he argues it’s worth it because mules are better than horses Diamond Creek Moonwatcher is an American mammoth donkey who stands 152cm tall. He’s pictured wuth Emily Walsh from horse transport company, IRT, which imported the donkey. Photograph: Photo courtesy IRT
Dublin, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Annual Strategy Dossier - 2021 - Global Top 5 Business Jet Manufacturers - Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Textron, Embraer" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The 2021 annual edition of the Strategy Dossier report analyses the overall Strategy Focus and provides Key Insights into the Strategies & Plans being conceptualized & pursued by the Global Top 5 Business Jet Manufacturers for the near to medium term horizon. The Global Business Jet market has been on the recovery path while facing tremendous headwinds in a complex, difficult & highly challenging market environment with the global economy reeling under the pressure of COVID-19 pandemic. The global business jet market has been faring much better than commercial aviation, marking a major departure from the usual trend owing to social distancing mandates, and has witnessed a strong uptick in fleet utilization levels by late 2020 and is projected to make a recovery to pre-COVID levels, in terms of fleet utilization, by mid-2021. The industry has shown tremendous resilience over the past decade with the OEMs focusing on portfolio refresh led by new product introductions, reinforcement of presence across key markets & regions and services portfolio expansion amid a difficult demand environment through the decade. The market demand for business jets remains skewed towards heavy jets where the three way battle for market shares continues to be fought fiercely amongst the triad of OEMs, led by Gulfstream, Bombardier and Dassault Aviation with Gulfstream maintaining its pole position with a strong product portfolio & superior market positioning while leveraging the first mover advantage in the heavy jets segment to full effect. Further, a restructured Bombardier following its exit from commercial aviation & pivoted solely now around business aviation is likely to be much more focused & competitive with its flagship Global 7500 program. The long term fundamentals for the industry remain strong & well in place with regulatory mandates & sustainability focus likely to drive new aircraft sales apart from modernization & upgrade of existing aircrafts translating into an overall fillip for the industry over medium term. Additionally, the market dynamics for business jets are likely to witness a major disruption & transformation with the advent of supersonic business jets which are likely to become a reality towards the middle to late 2020s with a number of industry OEMs working actively on their development. Business aviation is also likely to face a stiff challenge from civil rotorcrafts, starting with the AW609, which is likely to enter service over near term, apart from the unfolding & unleashing of innovative & disruptive business models by Urban Aerial Mobility over medium term while simultaneously tackling sustainability challenges going forward. Against this rapidly evolving industry and market backdrop, the report provides a comprehensive analysis on the Global Top 6 Business Jet manufacturers starting with a detailed business and financial snapshot, incorporating charts, tables and analysis based on latest financial statements. An insightful & comprehensive SWOT framework analysis is also provided. The report also incorporates analysis & review of key market, technology & industry trends along with issues & challenges which are likely to impact and shape industry's future over near to medium term. The report also identifies key driving & restraining forces for the industry & assesses their potential degree of impact through a force field analysis. The report concludes by providing a comprehensive market outlook on the Global Business Jet market with overview of demand projections across aircraft segments & key geographic markets & regions over medium term. Key Topics Covered: Section 1 Business Structure & Snapshot - For the Global Top 5 Business Jet Manufacturers a) Foundedb) Headquarteredc) Business Segmentsd) Employeese) Product Portfolio f) Market Capitalizationg) Key Executivesh) Shareholding Pattern & Structure Section 2 Financial Performance Snapshot -Charts & Analysis for each Company: 1. Revenue Base & Growth Trend2. Revenues Split by Key Segments3. Revenues Split by Key Geographic Markets & Regions4. Gross Earnings & Margin Trend5. Operating Earnings & Operating Margin Trend6. Return on Sales Trend7. Profitability Growth Trend8. Cash Flow from Operations9. R&D Expenditure Trend10. CAPEX Trend Section 3 Strategic Positioning & SWOT Analysis - For Each of the Top 5 OEMs Strengths to be LeveragedWeaknesses to OvercomeOpportunities for GrowthThreats to be Mitigated Section 4 Strategy Focus - For Each of the Top 5 Business Jet Manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace CorporationBombardier Inc.Dassault AviationTextron AviationEmbraer SA Section 5 Key Strategies & Plans - For the Top 5 Business Jet OEMs - Comprehensive Analysis of Key Strategies & Plans for each OEM Product & Services Portfolio Strategies & PlansMarket Specific Strategies & PlansR&D Strategies & PlansGrowth Strategies & PlansBusiness & Corporate Strategies & PlansSales & Marketing Strategies & PlansProduction/Manufacturing Strategies & PlansFinancial Strategies & PlansAcquisitions, Strategic Alliances & JVsOther Strategies & Strategic Initiatives Section 6 Global Business Jet Market - Force Field Analysis - Analysis of Driving & Restraining Forces and their Overall Dynamics Driving ForcesRestraining Forces Section 7 Key Trends Industry TrendsMarket TrendsTechnology Trends Section 8 Key Issues, Challenges & Risk Factors Section 9 Market Outlook for Business Jets - 2021-2030 Analysis of Emerging Market Scenario for Business JetsGlobal Demand Outlook - Business Aircrafts - Forecast - 2021-2030Demand Growth Projections for Business Jets through 2030 -Light JetsMedium JetsHeavy JetsDemand Growth Forecasts for Key Geographic Markets & Regions - 2021-2030 Companies Mentioned Bombardier Inc.Dassault Aviation SAEmbraer SAGulfstream Aerospace CorporationTextron Aviation Inc. 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Shock G, co-founder of hip-hop group Digital Underground, dies aged 57Rapper scored a US hit with raunchy single The Humpty Dance, and produced some of 2Pac’s early work Hip-hop pioneer … Shock G performing in 2011. Photograph: Earl Gibson III/Getty Images
Manoj Tiwari, Member of Parliament from the Bharatiya Janata Party, tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday. He is under home isolation in Delhi.
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‘It reeked of hope and ambition’: 30 years of riot grrrl label Kill Rock StarsBorn in the Pacific north-west scene that produced grunge – but often in opposition to it – Kill Rock Stars pushed women to the front of the stage, and also gave Elliott Smith a platform Revolution girl style now! … Bikini Kill on stage in the early 90s. Photograph: Piers Allardyce/Rex/Shutterstock
Investcorp-Tages provided seed capital for the first distressed and event-driven credit hedge fund investing with environmental, social, and governance goalsLONDON, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Investcorp-Tages, a global multi-manager investment firm that was created as a joint venture between Investcorp and Tages, has announced that it backed the launch of DSC Meridian’s Climate Action Fund (CAF). It’s the first distressed and event-driven credit hedge fund investing with environmental, social, and governance goals and builds on the success of DSC Meridian’s flagship Credit Opportunities Fund, notably by adding an ESG overlay with a focus on decarbonisation. DSC Meridian is a specialist corporate credit investment manager with a focus on distressed and event-driven credit securities. The firm is one of the first U.S. based distressed and event-driven credit managers to analyse and incorporate material ESG risk factors. Through corporate engagement, DSC Meridian seeks to improve overall risk management, unlock idiosyncratic ESG value, and align portfolio companies with the science-based climate standards set by the Paris Climate Agreement and UNPRI. To lead this effort, DSC Meridian has appointed Paula Luff, an experienced sustainable finance, corporate engagement, and ESG professional, as Director of ESG Research and Engagement. Luff is a veteran leader in developing and integrating sustainability programs at multi-national corporations in the pharmaceutical and energy industries. She joins DSC Meridian from Inherent Group, where she directed the development of an ESG platform for the investment manager and led numerous corporate engagements. Salvatore Cordaro, Co-CEO of Investcorp-Tages, said: “We are excited to partner with DSC Meridian and its mission to direct capital toward a more sustainable future. DSC Meridian’s size and deep credit expertise provide it with an advantage in flexibility and access, both of which are key to driving not only its ESG focused mission but its mandate to investors as a responsible steward of capital. “At Investcorp-Tages we pride ourselves on our commitment to ESG and impact investing and we are convinced that our seeding practice is a powerful tool in this regard. With firmwide ESG integration and the most recent launch of the CAF, DSC Meridian is a prime example of this. Through the allocation of seed capital we are able to support a uniquely qualified and highly driven team in bringing an ESG focus to an area where it has long been needed.” Sheru Chowdhry, Founder and Chief Investment Officer of DSC Meridian, said: “We believe this is the right time to engage with high yield companies on ESG and sustainability issues and we are delighted that a high caliber organization such as Investcorp-Tages shares this belief.” About Investcorp-Tages Investcorp-Tages is a global multi-manager investment firm that was launched in May 2020 through a 50/50 joint venture between Investcorp and Tages Group. With offices based in London, New York and Milan, Investcorp-Tages manages alternative assets for institutional investors worldwide, including pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, foundations, endowments, family offices, insurance companies and other financial institutions. Investcorp-Tages focuses on providing bespoke solutions by delivering differentiated sources of returns across alternative assets for its clients. For further information, please visit: www.InvestcorpTages.com About DSC Meridian DSC Meridian Capital LP is an opportunistic, event-driven credit investment firm founded in 2018 by Sheru Chowdhry, the former Head of Credit Research & Co-Portfolio Manager of the Paulson Credit Fund (2004-2017). Chowdhry oversaw a multi-billion dollar credit portfolio through multiple credit cycles and led the creditor committees of some of the largest bankruptcies following the global financial crisis. The firm integrates material ESG factors and pursues active corporate engagement to help shape positive ESG-related outcomes. For further information, please visit: www.dscmeridiancapital.com Contacts: Investcorp-Tages:Saul Benjamin, Chief Operating Officersaul.benjamin@InvestcorpTages.com Citigate Dewe Rogerson:Christen Thomson, Senior Directorchristen.email@example.com
HONG KONG, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- UCLOUDLINK GROUP INC. (“uCloudlink” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: UCL), the world’s first and leading mobile data traffic sharing marketplace, today released a letter to shareholders from the Company’s Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Chaohui Chen. To the shareholders of uCloudlink: Despite 2020 being a challenging year, we demonstrated resilience and agility amidst uncertainties that developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. On behalf of the Board, I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to our shareholders, individual and corporate users, and our business partners, for their continuous support of our company. The most important and fundamental measures of our success will be the value we would bring to all of these stakeholders over the long term. During the year, our uCloudlink 1.0 international data connectivity services (uCloudlink 1.0) was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic while our uCloudlink 2.0 local data connectivity services (uCloudlink 2.0) made significant headway and has become a new engine bolstering both our user base and revenue. We formed and developed a double-engine strategy of both uCloudlink 1.0 and uCloudlink 2.0 businesses. We are a high-tech company in the data connectivity market and we innovatively applied the “Navigation + Electronic Toll Pass” concept over the mobile network with our hyper-connectivity technology via our PaaS and SaaS platform. We focus on establishing stable, reliable, safe and efficient network connections for our business partners, operators and users which is a fundamental requirement of mobile network connection. Our cloud SIM technology, such as smart multi-network reselection, has developed to the hyper-connectivity technology stage which facilitates the realization of “Navigation + Electronic Toll Pass” across mobile networks and further elevates the user experience in data connectivity services. We achieved the initial stage of hyper-connectivity technology during 2020 and will further develop it to solidify our technological leadership position, which could potentially translate to growth and bring all new value to shareholders. uCloudlink 2.0 Business becomes a stronger driver of growth - alliances with MNOs and MVNOs The global COVID-19 pandemic has made remote work, online education, and shopping from home, seemingly more of what the future norm holds, rather than the exception. User demand for mobile broadband services has never been stronger, which creates massive potential for application scenarios in the areas of education, games and remote working. We further invested in Beijing Huaxiang Lianxin Technology Co., Ltd. which is one of the licensed mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) in mainland China. Further, the alliances with Shenzhen Branch of China United Network Communications Group Co., Ltd. and one of the major mobile network operators (MNOs) in Japan were milestones for our local business which we expect will help us broaden our user base more quickly and efficiently. Such partnerships can help carriers improve their coverage, connectivity services and investment efficiency while also enabling us to further increase the scale of users connected to our platform and improve and increase our local business development. We will continue to develop more collaborative partnerships in Europe, the United States and Asia. Such alliances and cooperation in the data connectivity market have injected new vitality into our business which will enable us to create value continuously for our shareholders in the long term. Hyper-connectivity could facilitate 5G and IoT business opportunities 5G and Internet-of-things (IoT) bring massive opportunities to our business which we strive to capitalize on to bring new value to our users and shareholders. We can help carriers improve their coverage, connectivity services and investment efficiency in 5G networks. Our 5G mobile Wi-Fi, Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) and GlocalMe Inside (GMI) embedded in various brands of 5G related mobile phones had commercial trials in 2020 and would commercially launch in 2021. We believe that there is great potential for the application of those devices in 5G mobile broadband connectivity service due to low network latency and expansive network coverage for end users. This could potentially allow us to establish the leading technological position of our PaaS and SaaS platform in the early stage of 5G. For IoT, the launch of our smart multi-network reselection of hyper-connectivity technology greatly reduces cross-mobile network switching time to milliseconds, which further elevated the user experience in data connectivity services. As an example of such application, in late 2020, we signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement with China Vehicle Interconnected Transport Capacity Technology Co., Ltd. (CVITC), to develop intelligent container solutions for both domestic and international freight markets. Such technology is highly compatible with various IoT application scenarios such as industrial automation, autonomous driving, AR/VR, internet of vehicles, cargo transportation and logistics and cloud computing, which would be the accelerator of 5G Cloud application. We are proactively expanding our strategic alliances and further enhance our PaaS and SaaS platform ecosystem with new and traditional business partners in various aspects of IoT applications. Global diversified expansion brings us continuous growth momentum We have diversified our business and generated revenue from various countries and regions. We continue to focus on user experience and explore market opportunities worldwide. We expect China, Japan, the United States, Europe and other Asian markets will further develop local mobile broadband with continuous growth momentum in 2021. In order to elevate our brand recognition and improve user experience in the local markets we serve, we enhanced our e-commerce efforts in strategic key regions with high growth potential, such as the United States and Europe. For example, in the United States, in an effort to optimize our US website, our GlocalMe brand has had a 100% uptick in its traffic to its local e-commerce site and set a new record high of monthly registered users in its APP during the fourth quarter of 2020. We also continue to solidify our e-commerce business in the European market. Our sales function and team have been streamlined in order to continue improving the overall user experience and satisfaction. We will continue to build a customer-centric culture and philosophy, optimize our supply chain, and strengthen our branding and cooperation with new and existing business partners in international and local markets. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we ensured the safety of our employees by providing them with safe working environments and enacting measures to facilitate remote working. We will continue to focus on realizing our vision of “connecting and sharing without limitations,” strengthening our corporate culture, acquiring high-tech talent from all over the world and providing resource-saving solutions such as wireless network sharing. Finally, I would like to thank the entire uCloudlink team for their dedication and professionalism, thank shareholders for your continued support to us. Looking ahead in 2021, we expect international travel would recover with the continued rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and the strong demand of uCloudlink 2.0 would bring growth to our business. We expect “Navigation + Electronic Toll Pass” would help us acquire more users, more cooperation with MNOs and MVNOs and expand our alliances with new industries. Thank you again for your support of uCloudlink. Sincerely,Chaohui ChenDirector and Chief Executive Officer of uCloudlink About UCLOUDLINK GROUP INC. uCloudlink is the world’s first and leading mobile data traffic sharing marketplace, pioneering the sharing economy business model for the telecommunications industry. The Company’s products and services deliver unique value propositions to mobile data users, handset and smart-hardware companies, mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) and mobile network operators (MNOs). Leveraging its innovative cloud SIM technology and architecture, the Company has redefined the mobile data connectivity experience by allowing users to gain access to mobile data traffic allowance shared by network operators on its marketplace, while providing reliable connectivity, high speeds and competitive pricing. For more information, please visit: https://ir.ucloudlink.com Safe Harbor Statement This announcement contains forward-looking statements. These statements are made under the “safe harbor” provisions of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements can be identified by terminology such as “will,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “future,” “intends,” “plans,” “believes,” “estimates,” “confident” and similar statements. uCloudlink may also make written or oral forward-looking statements in its periodic reports to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, in its annual report to shareholders, in press releases and other written materials and in oral statements made by its officers, directors or employees to third parties. Statements that are not historical facts, including but not limited to statements about uCloudlink’s beliefs and expectations, are forward-looking statements. Forward looking statements involve inherent risks and uncertainties. A number of factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statement, including but not limited to the following: uCloudlink’s strategies; uCloudlink’s future business development, financial condition and results of operations; uCloudlink’s ability to increase its user base and usage of its mobile data connectivity services, and improve operational efficiency; competition in the global mobile data connectivity service industry; changes in uCloudlink’s revenues, costs or expenditures; governmental policies and regulations relating to the global mobile data connectivity service industry, general economic and business conditions globally and in China; the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to uCloudlink’s business operations and the economy in China and elsewhere generally; and assumptions underlying or related to any of the foregoing. Further information regarding these and other risks is included in the Company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. All information provided in this press release and in the attachments is as of the date of the press release, and uCloudlink undertakes no duty to update such information, except as required under applicable law. For investor and media inquiries, please contact: In China: UCLOUDLINK GROUP INC.Bob ShenTel: +852-2180-6111E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The Piacente Group, Inc.Yang SongTel: +86-10-6508-0677E-mail: UCL@tpg-ir.com In the United States: The Piacente Group, Inc. Brandi PiacenteTel: +1-212-481-2050E-mail: UCL@tpg-ir.com
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Fingrid Oyj Stock Exchange Release 23 April 2021 at 11:00 EETFingrid Group – Management’s Review 1 January - 31 March 2021 Fingrid follows a six-month reporting period as referred to in the Securities Markets Act and publishes Management Reviews for the first three and nine months of the year; the Management Reviews contain key information illustrating the company’s financial and other development. The information presented in the Management’s Review relates to the Fingrid Group’s performance in January-March 2021 and the corresponding period of 2020, unless otherwise indicated. The figures presented here have been drawn up in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The Management’s Review is not an interim report in accordance with the IAS 34 standard. The figures are unaudited. The temperatures from January through March matched long-term averages. Increased cross-border transmission of electricity from Russia and higher consumption due to lengthy cold spells increased the company’s turnover and result as compared to the corresponding period in 2020. Turnover during the period under review amounted to EUR 277.9 (199.6) million and operating profit, excluding the change in the fair value of derivatives, amounted to EUR 85.6 (65.2) million.The company’s profitability and liquidity remained at a good level. Review by the President & CEO: “Grid vision paves the way for grid investments worth EUR 2 billion during this decade” The weather conditions during the first quarter were normal. Long spells of below-zero temperatures increased the of electricity consumption, and also the hydrological situation throughout the Nordic countries has returned closer to normal from last year’s exceptionally high level. The consumption of electricity increased during the period under review compared to the corresponding period last year, which was marked by exceptionally warm weather. As a result, the company’s turnover and result improved compared to the previous review period. Turnover growth came from the volume, as our grid service fees will remain unchanged from 2020 to 2021. The increased consumption of electricity, coupled with transmission restrictions, resulted in significant area price disparities in the Nordic countries. The imports from Sweden to Finland were high and often reached the maximum level during daytime. This caused major price differences between Finland and particularly northern Sweden. The price differences resulted in significant congestion income for Fingrid, which will be used for future investments to improve the operation of the markets. Electricity imports from Russia increased due to the higher electricity prices in Finland, generating more cross-border transmission income. We are building transmission lines and substations at dozens of sites. Based on our long-term grid vision, we estimate that the main grid will require at least EUR 2 billion in grid investments during this decade to cover the tremendous increase in capex needed for electricity consumption and production, to enable the ongoing electrification of Finland. Along with this, we will develop the electricity market and our grid operations to meet future needs.Key figures €M1−3/211−3/20change %1−12/20Turnover277.9199.639.2682.5Operating profit*85.665.231.3115.4Profit before taxes70.738.981.8113.3Profit for the period56.632.972.394.0Capital expenditure, gross36.630.619.6169.7Net cash flow from operations**112.368.564.0139.9Interest-bearing net debt940.41,066.4-11.81,049.0Balance sheet total2,274.62,133.26.62,306.8Equity ratio %30.329.0 27.4* Operating profit excluding the change in the fair value of derivatives** Net cash flow from operations, after capital expenditure Operating profit excluding the change in the fair value of derivatives was EUR 85.6 (65.2) million. The improvement in operating profit was attributable to the increase in grid service income and cross-border transmission income.Congestion income from cross-border transmission connections amounted to EUR 25.6 (24.6) million. This income will be fully used in the next few years for investments aimed at improving the transmission connections to prevent any congestion.Net cash flow from operations has gained in strength, mainly thanks to a better financial result. Main business events During January–March, the system security of Fingrid’s main grid was at a very high level and there were no significant grid disturbances affecting the electricity market. In January–March, electricity consumption in Finland totalled 24.7 (23.2) terawatt hours. In the same period, Fingrid transmitted a total of 19.4 (18.4) terawatt hours in its grid, representing 73.7 (73.9) per cent of the total electricity transmission in Finland. During this period, the electricity Fingrid transmitted to its customers amounted to 17.8 (16.6) terawatt hours, which represents 71.9 (71.6) per cent of Finland’s total consumption.Peak demand was reached on 18 February 2021, when the hourly average load reached 14,267 megawatts between 9 and 10 am. During this hour, the average power generation in Finland amounted to 11,191 megawatts and the remaining 3,076 megawatts of the average load was imported from Sweden, Russia and Estonia. The electricity supply was not in jeopardy during the peak consumption hour.Fingrid published a vision of the long-term development needs and solutions of the main grid. This grid vision is based on scenarios of the future electricity production and consumption structure. The vision indicates that, in order for Finland to reach its carbon neutrality target, grid investments amounting to billions of euros will be necessary over the next ten years.Fingrid is currently building 36 power system substations and 580 kilometres of transmission lines. An investment decision was made on the construction of the Valkeus substation in Northern Ostrobothnia to promote wind power investments. The total costs of the substation, due for completion in 2023, are estimated at roughly EUR 30 million.Fingrid’s operations continued according to plan, despite the coronavirus pandemic.Fingrid applied for a derogation period extending to 22 May 2023 for the adoption of the 15-min imbalance settlement period (ISP), and the Energy Authority granted the derogation. Events after the review period On 7 April 2021, Fingrid Oyj’s Annual General Meeting approved the financial statements for 2020 and decided on the dividend payment. The first instalment of the dividend, totalling EUR 89,980,000.00, was paid on 12 April 2021. Juhani Järvi continues as Chair of the Board of Directors, and Päivi Nerg continues as Vice Chair of the Board. The other Board members are Hannu Linna, Sanna Syri and Esko Torsti. The company has not changed its earnings guidance from what was stated in the Financial Statements Bulletin on 5 March 2021. Further information: Jukka Ruusunen, Fingrid Oyj, President & CEO+358 30 395 5140 or +358 40 593 8428 Jan Montell, Fingrid Oyj, Chief Financial Officer+358 30 395 5213 or +358 40 592 4419 Fingrid is Finland’s transmission system operator. We secure reliable electricity for our customers and society and we shape the clean and market-oriented electricity system of the future. Fingrid delivers. Responsibly. www.fingrid.fi Attachment Fingrid_Oyj_Group_Managements_Review_1_january_31_March_2021
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New Delhi, Apr 23 (PTI) Pune-based molecular diagnostics company Mylab Discovery Solutions on Friday said it plans to deploy 50 ICMR-approved and NABL certified mobile testing labs across the country to meet the huge backlog in RT-PCR testing amid rising cases of COVID-19.
New Delhi, Apr 23 (PTI) Twenty-five of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital’s sickest COVID-19 patients died in 24 hours and the lives of 60 more hung in precarious balance, officials said on Friday as the scramble for oxygen got more increasingly more frantic in hospitals across the national capital.
Namibia vs South Africa Emerging 1st T20 Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Dream11 Team, Injury Update. Namibia and South Africa Emerging will play against each other for the first time in the three-match T20 series between them. NAM vs SA-E South Africa Emerging Tour of Namibia 1st T20 Match Details: The first T20 match between Namibia and South Africa Emerging will be played on 23rd April at the Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek. This game is scheduled to start at 4:30 PM IST and the live score and commentary can be seen on FanCode and CricketAddictor website. The post NAM vs SA-E 1st T20 Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Dream11 Team, Injury Update – South Africa Emerging Tour of Namibia appeared first on CricketAddictor.
Discount retailer Pepco Group said on Friday it would open its first PEPCO branded store in Spain this month and 10 more by September, stepping up its expansion ahead of an expected initial public offering (IPO) this year. The group, which also trades as Poundland in the United Kingdom and Dealz in Europe, is part of South African conglomerate Steinhoff, which is still battling the fallout of a 2017 accounting scandal. Steinhoff said on Monday it had decided to seek necessary consent from its financial creditors for a listing of Pepco Group.
This is being done in order to expand the number of vaccines available for inoculation in the country.
Gland Pharma Limited announced after the market hours on Thursday that it has received approval from United States Food & Drug Administration (USFDA) for generic Foscarnet Sodium injection, 6,000 mg/250 ml (24 mg/ml) single-dose bag for infusion. Foscarnet Sodium injection is used for the treatment of cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Reacting to this, the company’s stock today increased by 3.14 per cent and made an intraday high of Rs 2,741.35 per share. Besides, the company reported a net profit of Rs 204.11 crore in Q3FY21. It had reported a profit of Rs 154.10 crore in Q3FY20, which is an increase of 32.45 per cent. The company reported net sales of Rs 859.42 crore for Q3FY21, an increase of 33.05 per cent as against the net sales of Rs 645.94 crore for Q3FY20. Gland Pharma is a manufacturer of small volume liquid parenteral products. It is one of the largest and the fastest-growing injectable-focussed companies, with a global footprint across 60 countries. At 12.44 pm today, the stock of the company was trading at Rs 2,696, up by 1.43 per cent on BSE. Meanwhile, it has a 52-week high and a 52-week low of Rs 2,879 and Rs 1,701, respectively.
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Bloomberg reported on Thursday afternoon that Biden is considering nearly doubling tax to as high as 39.6%, an increase from the current 20%.
Honda Motor Co's new chief executive said on Friday the company was aiming to increase its ratio of electric vehicles (EVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) to 100% of all sales by 2040. Speaking at his first news conference since taking the chief executive position at the beginning of April, Toshihiro Mibe said the company expects EVs and FCVs to account for 40% of sales by 2030 and 80% by 2035 in all major markets. Mibe began his leadership amid a growing shift in automobile technology to electric vehicles and autonomous driving.