Around 50 percent of pharmaceutical products in India -- in terms of volume -- are sourced from China. There are 57 active pharmaceutical ingredients or APIs, antibiotics, vitamins and steroids that can go out of stock if manufacturing plants continue to remain shut in the Asian country. … [Read more...] about 3-Point Analysis | Coronavirus impact on India pharma companies
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It is. We expanded some this year–we had two writers last season who helped us out and this year we expanded to three writers. But Jody and I, we write every single script and we break up the different writers and they work with us on the scripts as well. But for the piece to feel like it’s whole and for every episode to feel like it’s telling the story it was important for me and Jody to write each episode so it doesn’t play out like something that’s episodic but every single episode pushes the story along and it’s continuing the story. I think if you separate that work out to different writers I feel like it could get lost a little bit and the threads could be a little thinner. And this way we’re really able to continue the story and push it because we write this as if it is one long script. So this season was basically like writing a 250-page screenplay and we kind of find where the act breaks are and where we want to separate those episodes … [Read more...] about Danny McBride On The Last Act Of “Eastbound & Down,” His Role As K-Swiss Spokesman
Non-shady Easter eggs include Swift’s father making his acting debut as a tennis umpire (way to be a #GirlDad!), and The Rock voicing her character at the end of the video. While the topic is nothing new, Swift creatively managed to join a never-ending conversation through music (also see Ciara’s “Like a Boy” and Beyoncé’s “If I Were a Boy”) in the age of #TimesUp and #MeToo, and she wrote, directed, produced, and starred in the video. … [Read more...] about Taylor Swift’s video for ‘The Man’ showcases her creativity—and features several shady Easter eggs
Still, the agency that operates transit says that fares only covered 10% of its operating costs, and the government is already planning to modernize its rail network and improve connections across borders and between trains, streetcars, and buses. By 2025, it wants to be able to move 20% more people on public transit. It also hopes to lure people out of cars—the country has the highest rate of car ownership in the EU, and 60% of commuters drive to work now, versus less than 20% on public transit. It remains to be seen how much free fares can change that equation, though some similar changes have worked well: When the city of Dunkirk, France, made its own buses free, ridership spiked 60% on weekdays. … [Read more...] about Public transport will now be free in Luxembourg
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