In January 2014, Aurobindo bought loss-making Western European commercial operations of Irish drug maker Actavis Plc for €30 million. The company was able to successfully turn around the acquired business by relying on its low cost Indian manufacturing arbitrage and launching more products. … [Read more...] about Aurobindo posts Rs 595 crore net profit in Q3 helped by improved US, Europe sales
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MCX Gold has support at Rs 39,670-39,580 whereas resistance is at Rs 40,050-40,220. The bias remains sideways for the day. Price sustainability above the immediate resistance level of Rs 40,050 will give further momentum in the trend, according to Motilal Oswal. … [Read more...] about Gold price steady at Rs 40,023 per 10 gram ahead of ECB rate decision, silver dips
Is it naive to think that you can simply drop a building onto a community and expect them to reorient their lives around it? Gebbia answers that community centers have always been a strong part of Japanese culture; this effort in fact is simply piggybacking on government efforts to build new ones. He also says that the design and build process has been orchestrated so closely with the locals that they’ve become invested in its success–every piece of timber in the building is stamped with the name of the craftsman who felled and processed the tree. Airbnb has also trained people in the local villages to use Airbnb itself, so that they can become hosts. … [Read more...] about An Exclusive Look At Airbnb’s First Foray Into Urban Planning
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For a worker in Chinese cities such as Beijing or Shenzhen, there’s a good chance that lunch at the office now involves delivery through an app—and a pile of plastic trash. In 2018, food delivery apps in China made more than 10 billion deliveries throughout the country, nearly doubling the number from the previous year. The corresponding deluge of plastic takeout containers, chopsticks, and bags is one of the reasons that the Chinese government just passed an ambitious new ban on single-use plastic. … [Read more...] about The problem with China’s single-use plastic ban: What will replace the plastic?