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Germany Plans to Stop Energy Imports From Russia

Germany plans to completely stop energy imports from Russia after the latter invaded Ukraine in February this year. Since...
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Start-up Studio Launches its Second Sub-studio

Start-up studio eFounders has launched its second sub-studio, 3founders and they will mainly work with web3 start-ups. For a...
Packaging industry

AZZ Inc Acquires Precoat Metals from Sequa Corporation

AZZ Inc., an international supplier of coating products, welding solutions and engineering services for infrastructure, has acquired Precoat Metals at $1.28 billion....
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The Applicability of Asymmetric Information in the Markets

The lemon theory was coined by Akerlof and it offers a deep insight into asymmetric information between consumers and producers. This theory...

India Kowtows to International Pressure, Relaxes Wheat Export Ban

On May 13, India banned all wheat exports with immediate effect after a heatwave affected the crop. India, the world's second-largest wheat...

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Drug Developer Files For a $75 Million IPO

AEON Biopharma has filed for a $75 million IPO with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Further, they proposed to list under...

Nobell Cooks Up $75 Million in Series B Funding

Nobell Foods raised US$ 75 million in a Series B funding round in late July this year. The company's founder, Ms. Magi...

Lever Raises $80 Million for Alternative Protein

Lever VC raised US$ 80 million recently, and the company plans to invest these funds in the alternative protein sector. The company...
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US-South Korea Post-COVID-19 Investment Outlook

Trade between the United States and its global partners took a significant hit in the 2020 and 2021 fiscal years due to COVID-19.

Coronavirus Affects Stock Market Showing in 2021

Coronavirus affected world stock markets in 2020. In 2021, the pandemic has still impacted the markets. Undoubtedly, the COVID-19...