Online food delivery services such as Uber Eats, Zomato and Swiggy are in for a tough time in Kerala, with the Kerala Hotels and Restaurants' Association (KHRA), the apex body of hotels in the state, deciding to take on the o
Almost nine years after the launch of the first Sharia-compliant investment fund in India, the alternative investment funds based on the tenets of the Islamic banking are yet to take off in the country.
The unprecedented monsoon and subsequent flood have caused widespread damages to the plantation sector and it may take the state more than five years to recoup the loss, Association of Planters of Kerala (APK), the apex body
Kerala tourism lost Rs 2,000 crore in the recent floods with damages due to cancellation of bookings during August-October pegged at Rs 1,500 crore,officials of the Kerala Travel Mart (KTM) Society said on Tuesday.
Relaxation of the cabotage law has helped increase transshipment from Indian ports, and by the end of the year, 10% of Indian cargo transshipped abroad would be pulled back to Indian ports, shipping secretary Gopal Krishna sa
The hike in anti-dumping duty on Indian shrimp exports to US in the final review by the US Department of Commerce (USDoC) is unlikely to have a material impact on Indian exports, says rating agency ICRA.
India will focus on aquaculture farming of black tiger shrimps in order to de-risk and diversify the seafood export basket, Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) chairman A Jayathilak said on Thursday.
Global palm oil production is likely to drop after 2022 due to declining yield from old plantations and insufficient replanting activities in both Indonesia and Malaysia, according to a report by Rabobank.