... prematurely born babies with low birth weights. Milk banks, where breast milk donated by registered donors is pasteurized, frozen and stored, provide milk to neonatal intensive care units
at hospitals upon request. There are more than 750 such banks in more than 60 countries around the world. Registered mothers produce milk in excess of their own baby's needs.
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... central banks.
It is used by governments to guide decisions on everything from tax to spending. It is a key indicator for central banks when considering whether or not to raise or lower interest rates, along with inflation.
He said that the forecast of China's ... ... concerns about lockdowns in some of China's major cities, including the financial, manufacturing and shipping hub of Shanghai.
The world's second largest economy has been hit harder by the latest round of lockdowns than it had been at the beginning of the epidemic ...
... story stronger, says Aditya Birla Group Chairperson Kumar Mangalam BirlA.
There are a lot of global concerns currently and banks have been raising interest rates to contain inflation, but that is only making the India story stronger, says
Aditya Birla ... ... reasons, according to the
Here are excerpts of his interaction with India today on the sidelines of
the World Economic Forum
We have around $7 billion of capex announced in India. We have about $3 billion announced and again ...
... Wednesday that the government is seeking a loan of $4 billion this year from the International Monetary Fund and other creditors, including China and Japan, to help pay for food and fuel. A Powerful
Dynasty Bankrupted Sri Lanka
in just 30 Months, the WorldBank said this week that it would not offer new financing to the nation until an adequate macroeconomic policy framework is in place.
Sri Lanka subsidizes fuel costs to consumers and will be taking a loss on the imports. According to a document by Wijesekera ...
... not raise prices, and also cut the excise duty on petrol and diesel.
Saudi Arabia's policy approach makes it clear that if the world s top producer of crude oil can act to protect its people, it is reasonable for Indians to expect their governments at the ... ... prevent any spirals in food as well.
Expect the next few months to be one where the centre and states, as well as
the Reserve Bank of India
, are under sustained pressure to rein in the monster of inflation.
... virtual assets is equivalent to approximately 400 billion rupees or $5.37 billion.
India has the highest adoption rate in the world after Vietnam, with more than 100 million investors in the space, according to an estimate from Asian fintech firm TripleA.... ... in whatBitcoin can do for the country and not whatBitcoin can do for its citizens. The country is going to launch a central bank digital currency,
later this year, joining 100 odd countries, including the US, that are looking seriously at the viability ...
... week on signs of tight supply, while
the European Union
wrangles with Hungary over plans to ban imports from Russia, the world's second largest crude exporter, after it invaded Ukraine.
The July crude futures for July settlement went up 7 cents, or ... ... special military operation in Ukraine.
ban on Russian oil imports is the main upside driver, according to
On Wednesday, European Council Chairman
said he is confident that an agreement ...
... a cost-of-living crisis worsens and mortgage rates rise.
Since the financial crisis of 2000, Australia has become one of the world's least affordable places to buy property, because of cheap loans based on near zero interest rates.
The biggest annual ... ... hike, said
, chief economist at
, who expects house prices to fall 10 -- 15% into 2024.
Australia's central bank raised its cash rate for the first time since November 2010 by 25 basis points to 0.35%, and flagged more hikes to come.