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State Recovery Tracker: Large state economies face brunt of second wave

Live Mint 04 May 2021
But the fast-rising caseload and a slew of local restrictions has begun to take a toll on economic activity once again, the latest data for April shows ... TRENDING STORIESSee All ... Premium Premium India, UK to announce enhanced partnership with aim to double trade by 2030 ... Premium Premium Petrol and diesel prices raised after assembly elections ... .
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PSX loses 196 points, closes at 44,863 points

Urdu Point 29 Apr 2021
The three top traded companies were Hascol petrol with a volume of 43,870,093 shares and price per share of Rs8.81, Ghani Glo Hol with a volume of 32,638,000 and price per share of Rs43.48 and Telecard Limited with volume of 19,564,500 and price per share of ...
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Polls over, fuel rates likely to increase again

Hindustan Times 27 Apr 2021
Benchmark Brent crude was hovering around $66 a barrel in intraday trade on Tuesday ... Together, this translates into a ₹3-plus per litre increase in petrol and diesel prices, the people added, asking not to be identified ... Officially oil companies are free to align petrol and diesel rates every day in lines with international oil markets.
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British Muslim billionaire brothers buy healthy fast food chain

Arab News 18 Apr 2021
More than 70 Leon restaurants across the UK and Europe have been sold for £100 million ($138 million) to EG Group, the petrol station ... The brothers and TDR own EG Group, a global convenience and petrol station retailer, which trades from more than 6,000 sites across 10 countries.
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Imagining a climate-resilient economy

Hindustan Times 14 Apr 2021
Should India commit to eliminating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by a certain date in future (net zero)? This is an important but a partial question. UPDATED ON APR 14, 2021 02.47 PM IST ... Will it be able to export petrol cars then? Almost certainly not. Will India face carbon-related trade barriers in 2030? Very possible ... Also Read ... Javadekar.
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Northern Ireland's sink estates are fertile ground for fundamentalists

The Spectator 08 Apr 2021
Areas where Catholic and Protestant kids, separated by ‘peace walls’ over a few lines of liturgy they’ve probably never read, trade petrol bombs and stones ... If you’re looking for the reason why kids as young as thirteen have been mobilised into chucking petrol bombs, look no further than the gangsters hanging back and watching.
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Northern Ireland riots: What is fuelling violence in unionist areas in Belfast?

The Independent 08 Apr 2021
Rioters hurled petrol bombs, bricks and torched a bus in Belfast on Wednesday night amid a sixth consecutive night of violence in some loyalist areas of Northern Ireland ... Loyalists are angry at Northern Ireland's new trading arrangements, which were implemented because of Brexit, under a mechanism known as the protocol.
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'Unrelenting' rise at the pumps: Fuel prices increase for a FIFTH month in a row ...

The Daily Mail 07 Apr 2021
The average price of petrol rose 2.7p-a-litre last month, pushing unleaded to an average of 126.28p ... Fuel prices have increased for a fifth consecutive month, with petrol up by 2.7-a-litre in March to an average of 126.3p ... At the beginning of November, average petrol prices were around 114p-a-litre.
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No change in petrol, diesel prices for full week

The Siasat Daily 06 Apr 2021
Fuel prices in the country remained unchanged on Tuesday with oil marketing companies continuing on the pause mode and keeping petrol and diesel prices unchanged for seven consecutive day. Accordingly, pump price of petrol and diesel remained at previous days level of Rs 90.56 and Rs 80.87 a litre respectively in the capital.
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Northern Ireland violence: What is fuelling unrest in loyalist areas?

The Independent 06 Apr 2021
A car was burnt out and used to block a road in Derry while police were attacked with petrol bombs and bricks in Carrickfergus, near Belfast ... Loyalists are angry at Northern Ireland's new trading arrangements, which were implemented because of Brexit, under a mechanism known as the protocol.
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Police hurt, rioters arrested following Northern Ireland riots

Beijing News 05 Apr 2021
Northern Ireland suffered its second straight night of violence, as pro-British Unionists rioted over new Brexit trade restrictions with Britain. In communities near Belfast, cars were set on fire and police vans had petrol bombs tossed at them.
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Petrol sales fell a FIFTH last year as Britons stayed home and off the roads ...

The Daily Mail 29 Mar 2021
Sales of petrol reversed 20.9 per cent annually last year, official statistics show ... Petrol sales plunge by a fifth ... 'The greater impact of lockdown-restricted travel on supermarket petrol sales compared to the trade in general is a little surprising given that superstores have remained open throughout the pandemic.
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Continuing Suez blockage boosts oil prices 2%

Business Day 26 Mar 2021
The trapped container ship is blocking traffic in the Suez Canal, one of the world's busiest shipping channels for oil and refined fuels, grain and other trade between Asia and Europe ... Additionally, 1.54-million bpd of refined oil products such as petrol and diesel fuel flow through the canal, about 9% of global seaborne product trade, Kpler said.
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Police cordon off petrol station in HCMC

The Saigon Times 25 Mar 2021
Following this, the No.1 Petrol ... The police on March 9 arrested Le Thanh Tu, aged 55, and his wife, Tran Thi Thanh Van, aged 53, who are the owners of Van Truc Trading and Services Co., Ltd, to probe into their alleged fuel smuggling after they raided 10 Van Truc petrol stations.
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