Big Interview: Intelligent Energy boss on why they might have to build £ 100m gigafactory in Europe

The Government could decide this summer if it is ready to back a £ 100 million gigafactory that would create up to 600 jobs in central England – or whether the project will go over to Europe. The boss of Intelligent Energy said his company was desperate to commit to a UK manufacturing base as … Read more

India’s Pharma exports registers growth by 103% since 2013-14

Indian pharma exports have registered a growth of 103 percent since 2013-14. This happens to be Pharma Sector’s best export performance ever until 2021-22. The exports have grown by almost USD 10 billion in 8 years. It grew from Rs 90, 415 Crores in 2013-14 to Rs 1,83,422 Crores in 2021-22. With 60 percent of … Read more

Seaweed snack start-up gets big retail break in Middle East

A Grimsby food company is hoping to take the Middle East snacking scene by storm after securing a deal to stock its seaweed products in one of the region’s largest supermarket chains. Seaweed Agogo only launched in 2019 and now the business brought forward by entrepreneurial couple Tracy George and Prof Mike Dillon has been … Read more

India-EU Free Trade Agreement, FTA, talks expected to take off soon

The long awaited talks related to the India-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) are expected to take off soon, following the preliminary talks between the two sides in March 2022. Exports between the two sides have already touched USD 400 billion and a roadmap is already in place for the negotiations to start. Sources confirmed to … Read more

Indian exporter makes lowest bid in Bangla wheat tender

An Indian exporter has quoted the lowest price in Bangladesh’s latest tender to import 50,000 tonnes of wheat. The bid is around seven dollars lower than the previous tender finalized last week. The current tender, floated on March 30 and opened on Monday, saw the lowest bid from Indian firm Bagadia Brothers, offering the wheat … Read more