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December 27: Snapshots for the day

  • December 27: Snapshots for the day

    December 27: Snapshots for the day

  • <p><b>Air India aircrafts stand on the tarmac during heavy rains at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi</b>
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State-run Air-India has sought an additional Rs 2,000 crore from the government for FY12, Aviation Minister Praful Patel said on Monday.
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The minister also said fund infusion of Rs 1,200 crore is expected in the next few days.
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    Air India aircrafts stand on the tarmac during heavy rains at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi

    State-run Air-India has sought an additional Rs 2,000 crore from the government for FY12, Aviation Minister Praful Patel said on Monday.

    The minister also said fund infusion of Rs 1,200 crore is expected in the next few days.

  • <p><b>A worker carries a sack of sugar at a food warehouse in Mumbai</b>
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Sugar futures took off at their relaunch on National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) on Monday, with interest from end-users and institutions pushing volumes near levels seen in 2009 when they last traded.
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The most-active sugar M-grade for January delivery on the NCDEX was trading at Rs 3,037 per 100 kg, after hitting a contract high of Rs 3,079.
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    A worker carries a sack of sugar at a food warehouse in Mumbai

    Sugar futures took off at their relaunch on National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) on Monday, with interest from end-users and institutions pushing volumes near levels seen in 2009 when they last traded.

    The most-active sugar M-grade for January delivery on the NCDEX was trading at Rs 3,037 per 100 kg, after hitting a contract high of Rs 3,079.

  • <p><b>A worker rides his bicycle past shipping containers at the Longtan port in Nanjing, Jiangsu province</b>
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China will strive to achieve a trade balance over time by boosting imports, Zhong Shan, a vice Commerce Minister said in remarks published on Monday.
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Zhong said the trade balance would not be achieved by suppressing exports.
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As the world&#39;s manufacturing powerhouse, China runs a hefty trade account surplus with the United States.
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That is a lightning rod in relations between the two countries as some US politicians argue China enjoys that trade advantage by holding down its currency.
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    A worker rides his bicycle past shipping containers at the Longtan port in Nanjing, Jiangsu province

    China will strive to achieve a trade balance over time by boosting imports, Zhong Shan, a vice Commerce Minister said in remarks published on Monday.

    Zhong said the trade balance would not be achieved by suppressing exports.

    As the world's manufacturing powerhouse, China runs a hefty trade account surplus with the United States.

    That is a lightning rod in relations between the two countries as some US politicians argue China enjoys that trade advantage by holding down its currency.

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