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German COVID-19 cases jump as state leaders discuss response
  + stars: | 2021-10-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
The seven-day incidence rate of cases - which has been used to decide COVID-19 curbs - jumped more than 26 points in a week, the Robert Koch Institute responsible for disease control said. A nationwide state of emergency is set to lapse on Nov. 25, meaning restrictions will automatically expire then unless extended by parliamentary vote. A total of 19,572 new infections were reported on Friday, 8,054 more than the same time last Friday, it added. Around 66% of German residents are fully vaccinated, compared with 63.3% of people across the European Union. Only about 1.5 million Germans have received a booster shot of COVID-19 vaccine, compared with around 55 million who have had two shots.
Persons: John Macdougall, Robert, Karagiannidis, Jens Spahn, Miranda Murray, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Robert Koch, Twitter, Federal, European Union, Thomson Locations: Berlin, Germany, Germany's
Guinea junta leader Mamadi Doumbouya sits after he was sworn in as interim president in Conakry, Guinea October 1, 2021.REUTERS/Souleymane CamaraCONAKRY, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Guinea's coup leaders have named their first line-up of government ministers, including a former general and three other figures who held posts under ousted president Alpha Conde. read moreFormer army officer Aboubacar Sidiki Camara was named transitional minister of defence, a spokesperson for the military junta said on state TV late on Thursday. Camara previously served as chief of staff in Conde's defence ministry and, after that, as Guinea's ambassador to Cuba. He had previously served as an adviser to the position. Coup leader Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya was named interim president on Oct. 1.
Persons: Mamadi Doumbouya, Souleymane Camara, Alpha Conde, repeatedely, Conde, Aboubacar Sidiki Camara, Camara, Bachir Diallo, Louhopou, Abdourahmane Sikhé Camara, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, Saliou Samb, Cooper Inveen, Andrew Heavens Organizations: REUTERS, Souleymane, Government, African Union, The Economic, West African States, ECOWAS, Thomson Locations: Guinea, Conakry, Souleymane Camara CONAKRY, Cuba, Algeria, West, Central Africa, Mali, Chad
NATO logos are seen at the Alliance headquarters ahead of a NATO Defence Ministers meeting, in Brussels, Belgium, October 21, 2021. "When I hear some defensive statements on European defence and when I observe certain threats, including within this organisation, I say: 'don't be afraid! '," Parly told a session that included the EU's top diplomat Josep Borrell. Britain, no longer a member of the EU, also says the EU can play a supporting role to NATO. Eastern European states fearful of Russia are very wary of any shift in focus away from NATO.
Persons: Pascal Rossignol, French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly, Parly, Josep Borrell, Ben Wallace, Jens Stoltenberg, Robin Emmott, Andrew Heavens Organizations: NATO, Alliance, NATO Defence, REUTERS, Pascal, Pascal Rossignol BRUSSELS, French Armed Forces Minister, French, Britain's, Reuters, European Union, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, United States, Britain, EU, Russia
Guinea junta leader Mamadi Doumbouya sits after he was sworn in as interim president in Conakry, Guinea October 1, 2021.REUTERS/Souleymane CamaraCONAKRY, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Coup leaders in Guinea have named their first line-up of government ministers, including a former general and three other figures who held posts under ousted president Alpha Conde. Camara is best known for having been a key member of the junta that seized control of Guinea from 2008-2010 after the death of then-President Lansana Conté. That junta drew international condemnation after government troops killed more than 150 pro-democracy demonstrators at a stadium in 2009. Bachir Diallo, a former defence attaché based in Algeria, was named security minister, and Louhopou Lamah, a former foreign trade director, was named environment minister. Doumbouya was named interim president on Oct. 1 and appointed a civilian prime minister a week later.
Persons: Mamadi Doumbouya, Souleymane Camara, Alpha Conde, Conde, Aboubacar Sidiki Camara, Camara, Lansana Conté, Idi Amin, Bachir Diallo, Louhopou, Abdourahmane Sikhé Camara, Doumbouya, Eric Humphery, Smith, Verisk, Saliou Samb, Cooper Inveen, Andrew Heavens, Angus MacSwan Organizations: REUTERS, Souleymane, United Nations, Government, African Union, Economic, West African States, ECOWAS, Thomson Locations: Guinea, Conakry, Souleymane Camara CONAKRY, Cuba, Algeria, West, Central Africa, Mali, Chad, British
* UK sells 6 billion pounds of July 2053 green gilt* Gilt is world’s longest-maturity sovereign green bond* Proceeds to fund fight against climate change (Updates with Debt Management Office statement)LONDON, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Britain received 74.1 billion pounds ($102.4 billion) of investor demand on Thursday when it issued its second ‘green’ government bond, a month after its first green gilt drew a record 100 billion pounds in orders from investors. Institutional investors’ appetite for so-called green bonds - the proceeds of which are ring-fenced for environmentally friendly projects such as offshore wind farms - has surged over the past couple of years. However, Britain’s first sale of a 12-year green bond last month drew record demand and Thursday’s sale creates the longest-dated sovereign green bond in issue, maturing in 2053. Britain sold 6 billion pounds of the new July 2053 gilt , and the 10 billion pounds of the July 2033 green gilt was the largest ever sovereign issue of a green bond. The European Union, a supranational issuer, raised 12 billion euros ($14.0 billion) with its first green bond this month and received 135 billion euros in orders.
Persons: Britain’s, Rishi Sunak, Morgan Stanley, David Milliken, William Schomberg, Nick Macfie, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Debt, European Union, Bank of America, NatWest Markets, RBC, Santander Locations: Britain, Glasgow
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., October 20, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidSummary S&P 500 posts record closing highOil prices fall, dollar gainsNEW YORK, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Global stock indexes mostly climbed and the S&P 500 posted a record closing high on Thursday,helped by gains in consumer discretionary and technology shares, while U.S. Treasury yields jumped. [nL1N2RH2GN]The S&P 500 consumer discretionary index (.SPLRCD) was up 1.4%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (.DJI) fell 6.26 points, or 0.02%, to 35,603.08, the S&P 500 (.SPX) gained 13.59 points, or 0.30%, to 4,549.78 and the Nasdaq Composite (.IXIC) added 94.02 points, or 0.62%, to 15,215.70. The dollar index rose to 93.76, up 0.17%.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Shawn Cruz, Bitcoin, Brent, Marc Jones, Herbert Lash, Sinead Carew, Laura Sanicola, Karen Brettell, Alex Richardson, Ramakrishnan, Andrew Heavens, David Gregorio Our Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, U.S, Treasury, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, . West Texas, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, London, New York
People shop at a Walmart Supercentre amid coronavirus fears spreading in Toronto, Ontario, Canada March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos OsorioOTTAWA, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Canada's annual inflation rate accelerated to an 18-year-high in September, driven by rising transportation, shelter and food prices, data showed on Wednesday, putting the focus on the Bank of Canada ahead of a rate decision next week. Inflation increased to 4.4% in September, beating the average analyst estimate of 4.3%, to reach its fastest clip since February 2003, Statistics Canada data showed. The last time that annual inflation reached 4.4% was in February 2003, when the Bank of Canada's key rate was 2.75%. "The Bank of Canada has been pretty adamant that they think this current inflationary surge is transitory.
Persons: Carlos Osorio, it's, Derek Holt, Andrew Kelvin, Jens Weidmann, Julie Gordon, David Ljunggren, Steve Scherer, Fergal Smith, Maiya, Andrew Heavens, Andrea Ricci, Steve Orlofsky Organizations: Walmart, REUTERS, Carlos Osorio OTTAWA, Bank of Canada, Statistics, Scotiabank, Canadian, Bank of, of Canada, TD Securities, Thomson Locations: Toronto , Ontario, Canada, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Toronto
People shop at a Walmart Supercentre amid coronavirus fears spreading in Toronto, Ontario, Canada March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos OsorioOTTAWA, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Canada's annual inflation rate accelerated to a new 18-year-high in September, driven by transportation, shelter and food prices, data showed on Wednesday, upping the pressure on the Bank of Canada ahead of a rate decision next week. Inflation rose to 4.4% in September, beating the average analyst estimate of 4.3%, to reach its fastest clip since February 2003, Statistics Canada data showed. The Bank of Canada expects headline inflation to remain above its 1%-3% control range this year. Governor Tiff Macklem warned last week that supply chain bottlenecks mean it will probably take a bit longer than previously expected for inflation to come down.
Persons: Carlos Osorio, Julie Gordon, Andrew Heavens, Andrea Ricci Organizations: Walmart, REUTERS, Carlos Osorio OTTAWA, Bank of Canada, Statistics, Thomson Locations: Toronto , Ontario, Canada, Statistics Canada, Ottawa
A nurse prepares to administer a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at a mobile inoculation site in the Bronx borough of New York City, New York, U.S., August 18, 2021. REUTERS/David 'Dee' DelgadoOct 20 (Reuters) - New York City employees will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of next weekor will be placed on leave and not be paid, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday. City employees will receive $500 for receiving their first shot at a city-run vaccination site by 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29. Seventy-one percent of all 160,000 New York City workers have already received at least one vaccine dose, the mayor said. Workers at the city's Department of Education and New York City Health and Hospitals agency have been subject to vaccination mandates since September.
Persons: David, Dee, Delgado, Bill de Blasio, de Blasio, Akriti Sharma, Brendan O'Brien, Andrew Heavens, Steve Orlofsky Organizations: Pfizer, REUTERS, New York, COVID, City, Workers, city's Department of Education, New York City Health, Thomson Locations: Bronx, New York City , New York, U.S, New, New York City, Bengaluru, Chicago
BEIJING, Oct 19 (Reuters) - China will emphasize both the regulation and development of the internet finance sector, state television quoted Guo Shuqing, Communist party chief of the People’s Bank of China, as saying. Most financial problems on China’s internet platforms have received a positive response and some have been resolved, Guo was quoted as saying. (Reporting by Beijing newsroom; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
Persons: Guo Shuqing, Guo, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Communist, People’s Bank of, Beijing Locations: BEIJING, China, People’s Bank of China
BEIJING, Oct 19 (Reuters) - China will prevent monopolistic behaviours by internet platform companies and the disorderly expansion of capital, state Xinhua News Agency quoted president Xi Jinping as saying on Tuesday. China will also correct practices that impede fair competition, Xi said, according to the Xinhua report. (Reporting by Yilei Sun and Brenda Goh; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
Persons: Xi Jinping, Xi, Yilei Sun, Brenda Goh, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Xinhua, Agency Locations: BEIJING, China
Magnitude 6 quake hits eastern Mediterranean, USGS reports
  + stars: | 2021-10-19 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: 1 min
ATHENS, Oct 19 (Reuters) - A magnitude 6 earthquake hit the eastern Mediterranean off the Greek island of Karpathos on Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The tremor was felt on the islands of Crete, Santorini and Rhodes, Greek State TV said. Reporting by Angeliki Koutantou in Athens, writing by Maher Chmaytelli in Dubai; Editing by Andrew HeavensOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Angeliki Koutantou, Maher Chmaytelli, Andrew Heavens Organizations: U.S . Geological Survey, Greek State TV, Thomson Locations: ATHENS, Karpathos, U.S, Crete, Santorini, Rhodes, Greek, Athens, Dubai
Governor of the Bank of France Francois Villeroy de Galhau speaks during a news conference at the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting in Chantilly, near Paris, France, July 18, 2019. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol/File PhotoPARIS, Oct 19 (Reuters) - There is no reason for the European Central Bank to increase rates between now and the end of 2022 as euro zone inflation is expected to fall back below the ECB's 2% target, Bank of France governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Tuesday. "Today, the overall inflation is a little bit above 2%. I clearly believe that overall inflation will come back below 2% by the end of next year," Villeroy told France Info. "So today there is no reason, for example, for the European Central Bank to raise interest rates next year."
Persons: Bank of France Francois Villeroy de Galhau, Pascal, Francois Villeroy de Galhau, Villeroy, Christine Lagarde, Lehman, Myriam, Sudip Kar, Gupta, Matthieu Protard, Andrew Heavens, Catherine Evans Organizations: Bank of France, REUTERS, European Central Bank, China Evergrande Group, France, Lehman Brothers, Thomson Locations: Chantilly, Paris, France, China
SHANGHAI, Oct 19 (Reuters) - China's industry ministry expects the chips shortage that has impacted the automotive sector will ease in the fourth quarter of this year, a government official said on Tuesday. Luo Junjie, a spokesperson from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, made the comments at a government briefing. Reporting by Beijing Newsroom; Writing by Brenda Goh; Editing by Andrew HeavensOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Luo Junjie, Brenda Goh, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Ministry of Industry, Information Technology, Beijing, Thomson Locations: SHANGHAI
REUTERS/Toby MelvilleLONDON, Oct 18 (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has wiped out one in three jobs in the UK music industry, a trade body said on Tuesday, as it called for government support to help the sector recover. The number of jobs fell 35% to 128,000 in 2020 from 197,000 in 2019 as the pandemic shut down live events and forced studios to close their doors, UK Music said in its annual report. The music industry's contribution to the UK economy fell 46% to 3.1 billion pounds ($4.26 billion) in 2020 from 5.8 billion pounds in 2019, the report added. "The past 18 months have been exceptionally challenging for the UK music industry, with billions wiped off the value of the sector – but we are determined to look to the future and focus on recovery," UK Music Chief Executive Jamie Njoku-Goodwin said. It said it also wants a permanent reduction in the value-added tax (VAT) rate on tickets and live music events, more funding and support for music exports as well as funding for music education and for the self-employed.
Persons: Toby Melville LONDON, Jamie Njoku, Goodwin, Marie, Louise Gumuchian, Andrew Heavens Organizations: REUTERS, Entertainment, Reading, Leeds, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Europe, British
The blue-chip FTSE 100 index (.FTSE) ended 0.4% lower, marking its worst session in nearly two weeks, with healthcare (.FTNMX201030) and travel-related (.FTNMX405010) shares leading declines. "Markets are pricing in tighter policy because the energy crunch could prompt a dramatic U-turn on interest rate policy at the Bank of England," said Laith Khalaf, head of investment analysis at AJ Bell. "There does certainly seem to have been a significant shift in rhetoric coming from the Bank, but there may yet be some prevailing factors which push an interest rate rise into next year." read moreSupply worries and rising energy costs have slowed the pace of gains on the FTSE 100 recently and led the benchmark index to underperform developed market peers in Europe and the United States. read moreReporting by Bansari Mayur Kamdar and Amal S; editing by Uttaresh.V and Andrew HeavensOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Neil Hall, BoE, BoE Governor Andrew Bailey, Laith Khalaf, AJ Bell, Bansari Mayur Kamdar, Amal, Uttaresh.V, Andrew Heavens Organizations: London Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Bank of England, FTSE, Bank, United States, Investor, Wizz Air Holdings, Gaming, Playtech, Leisure Ltd, National, Stagecoach, National Express, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Europe, United
Husband in court over killing of Kenyan athlete Tirop
  + stars: | 2021-10-18 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
NAIROBI, Oct 18 (Reuters) - A Kenyan court on Monday allowed police to hold the husband of long distance runner Agnes Tirop for 20 days over her killing, the KTN News channel reported. Tirop's husband, Ibrahim Rotich, was arraigned on suspicion of her murder during his first appearance before the court in the Rift Valley town of Iten, close to the home they shared. Tirop was found dead the month after she broke the women's 10-km world record in Germany. On Oct. 3, Tirop finished second in the Giants Geneva 10K race. She claimed bronze medals at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships in the 10,000 metre race, and won the 2015 World Cross Country Championships.
Persons: Agnes Tirop, Tirop's, Ibrahim Rotich, Rotich, Tirop, Duncan Miriri, Alison Williams, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Kenyan, Police, Giants Geneva, Thomson Locations: NAIROBI, Iten, Mombasa, Germany
A tank damaged during the fighting between Ethiopia's National Defense Force (ENDF) and Tigray Special Forces stands on the outskirts of Humera town in Ethiopia, July 1, 2021. Tigrai TV, controlled by the northern region's Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF), said the attack on the city of Mekelle killed several civilians. Mekelle is an Ethiopian city," he said. A Mekelle resident told Reuters one of the strikes on Monday hit close to a market behind the city's Planet Hotel around noon (1000 GMT). TPLF spokesperson Getachew Reda tweeted: "#AbiyAhmed's 'Air Force' sent its bomber jet to attack civilian targets in& outside #Mekelle," referring to Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
Persons: Stringer, Legesse, Getachew Reda, Abiy Ahmed, Alison Williams, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Ethiopia's National Defense Force, Tigray Special Forces, REUTERS, Government, Reuters, Terrorists, Ethiopian, Air Force, Ethiopia's, Addis Ababa, Thomson Locations: Tigray, Humera, Ethiopia, NAIROBI, Mekelle, Ethiopian, Afar, Amhara
Brenton Geach/Pool via REUTERSJOHANNESBURG, Oct 15 (Reuters) - South African security forces moved in to free three government ministers who were "held hostage" during a fractious meeting with anti-apartheid veterans, officials said. At least 56 people were arrested and would probably be charged with kidnapping after the confrontation in a hotel in the capital Pretoria on Thursday night, the NATJoints security agency said. In a video statement, Gungubele said the ministers and the veterans had failed to reach an agreement on how the meeting should take place and decided to adjourn it. "As we were leaving the meeting, proceeding to the doors, they (the veterans) closed the doors. It is at that point when we realised that we're held hostage," Gungubele said.
Persons: Cyril Ramaphosa, Thandi Modise, Brenton Geach, Mondli, Thabang Makwetla, Gungubele, we're, Nqobile Dludla, Olivia Kumwenda, Andrew Heavens Organizations: National Assembly, REUTERS, Operational, Thomson Locations: Cape Town , South Africa, REUTERS JOHANNESBURG, Pretoria
The attacker killed five people and wounded three others including an off-duty police officer during his rampage on Wednesday, police said. read moreNorwegian student Mohammed Shaban said one of his friends looked up and saw a man pushing at an open window and trying to get in. "My friend said: 'What's happening, what's happening? Shop worker Markus Kultima said he saw the off-duty police officer walking with an arrow in his back. The wounded officer told him to go home.
Persons: Mohammed Shaban, Markus Kultima, Espen Andersen Braathen, Gwladys Fouche, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Reuters, Police, Thomson Locations: KONGSBERG, Norway, Norwegian, Kongsberg
Man ram-raids motorbike shop in Australia, flees on digger
  + stars: | 2021-10-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
SYDNEY, Oct 15 (Reuters) - A man left a trail of destruction as he used a mechanical digger to smash his way into a motorcycle shop in Queensland, Australia on Friday, then fled with two bikes dangling from the front of the vehicle. Video released by police showed the digger driving into the shop window in Ipswich outside Brisbane and ripping the glass from the frame. Footage showed the pursuit along dark suburban streets, across embankments and onto a railway track. At one point the digger turned so sharply it lifted two wheels into the air. Reporting by James Redmayne in Sydney; Editing by Andrew HeavensOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: James Redmayne, Andrew Heavens Organizations: SYDNEY, Queensland, Thomson Locations: Queensland, Australia, Ipswich, Brisbane, Sydney
Russian President Vladimir Putin spends a short vacation at an unknown location in Siberia, Russia, in this undated photo taken in September 2021 and released September 26, 2021. Sputnik/Alexei Druzhinin/Kremlin via REUTERSMOSCOW, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Russians will be able to retrace President Vladimir Putin's footsteps in his beloved Siberian holiday spots under plans being developed by the state travel agency Rostourism. In response to public demand, the agency said travel companies are putting together an itinerary covering several Siberian regions where Putin has relaxed over the years. "Thanks to your support, the tourism and hospitality industry have entered a new development stage." Doguzova said in July she expected internal tourism to return to pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2021.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Alexei Druzhinin, Vladimir Putin's, Putin, Sergei Shoigu, Zarina Doguzova, Alexander Ilyin, Tatyana Lukach, Doguzova, Svetlana Ivanova, Mark Trevelyan, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Sputnik, REUTERS, Rostourism, Defence, Putin's, Thomson Locations: Siberia, Russia, Kremlin, REUTERS MOSCOW
ABUJA, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Nigeria's top general said on Thursday that Abu Musab al-Barnawi, leader of the insurgent group Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), is dead. "I can authoritatively confirm to you that Abu Musab is dead," Lucky Irabor, the chief of defence staff, said without elaborating. ISWAP was originally an offshoot of the Boko Haram insurgent group that has been fighting against the Nigerian armed forces for 12 years. The conflict between the insurgents and the armed forces has left about 300,000 dead. Reporting by Felix Onuah, writing by Estelle Shirbon, Editing by Andrew HeavensOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Abu Musab, Irabor, ISWAP, Felix Onuah, Estelle Shirbon, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Islamic, Thomson Locations: ABUJA, West Africa Province, Nigerian
Lebanon's President Michel Aoun addresses the nation from the presidential palace in Baabda, Lebanon October 14, 2021. Dalati Nohra/Handout via REUTERSOct 14 (Reuters) - Lebanese President Michel Aoun vowed that those who were responsible for the violence that erupted on Thursday in Beirut will be held accountable. In a televised speech after shootings that killed six people, Aoun said it was "unacceptable that weapons are once more the means of communication among Lebanese rivals". It was he deadliest civil violence in Beirut since 2008. Reporting by Lilian Wagdy and Ahmed Tolba Editing by Andrew Heavens and Frances KerryOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Michel Aoun, Dalati, Aoun, Amal, Lilian Wagdy, Ahmed Tolba, Andrew Heavens, Frances Kerry Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Baabda, Lebanon, Handout, Beirut
But diesel sales rose slightly from the same period last year. “While overall diesel demand still remains below pre-COVID levels, a recovery is in line with a rush ahead of the festive season,” Gandhi added. However, soaring global crude prices could slow the rebound, with India signalling late last month that elevated global oil prices could also speed up the transition to alternative energy sources. “I see a gradual recovery in demand from here, but high oil prices could pose a serious problem for Indian consumers,” Refinitiv analyst Ehsan Ul Haq said. Versus a year ago, sales of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) increased 4.5% to 2.36 million tonnes, while naphtha sales fell 0.5% to 1.11 million tonnes.
Persons: Hetal Gandhi, ” Gandhi, , Ehsan Ul Haq, Versus, Bharat Govind Gautam, Ashitha Shivaprasad, Kavya Guduru, Andrew Heavens, Jan Harvey Organizations: Petroleum Planning, CRISIL Research Locations: India, Bengaluru
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