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Urea production dominates the fertilizer production in the country. While India is the second largest consumer of urea, GOI is working towards increasing the production of urea so as to end all urea imports in 2022. DAP is the second most used fertilizer after urea and after the recent fall in the prices of key raw material used in making DAP, India has started to manufacture DAP also which is used to import previously. GOI is also encouraging the use of SSP which is considered a substitute of DAP, which we largely import and is costlier vis-à-vis to SSP.
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VSAT Stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal. VSATs are hardware’s devices used by business and home users. Usage of VSAT requires a box that interfaces between the user’s computer and the antenna outside, the antenna outside has a Trans receiver. The Trans receiver receives or sends a signal to the satellite transponder in the sky.
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The term cloud has now become synonymous with Internet. On similar grounds, Cloud Computing is the idea of utilizing resources spread over a network to achieve a collective goal. The vertical has evolved over time and created three major buckets under which a company falls. Typically, the grouping depends on the type of service provided by the firm. These are also known as delivery models of cloud computing.
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This article is an excerpt from the well-known book ‘From Graham to Buffett and Beyond’. The 4th Chapter of the book explains in detail how can we calculate the Reproduction cost (i.e. Replacement cost) of a company, i.e. the cost for setting up a new similar company. The following is a summary of the same.
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The Indian cold chain involves transportation of temperature-sensitive products. It is a supply chain which takes place through thermal and refrigerated packaging methods to protect the integrity of the products in shipments. The cold chain sector is a combination of surface storage and refrigerated transport. Indian cold chain is still at a nascent stage. Although, there is large production of perishables but still the cold chain potential remains untapped due to multiple reasons like high share of single commodity cold storage.
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The international shipping industry is responsible for the carriage of around 90% of world trade. Without shipping, intercontinental trade, the bulk transport of raw materials, and the import/export of affordable food and manufactured goods would simply not be possible. Seaborne trade continues to expand, bringing benefits for consumers across the world through competitive freight costs.
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Coal India is the largest coal manufacturer in the world with total production of 567 MT in FY2018. Coal India produces 84% of the coal produced in India with a market share of 60% to 65%. The estimated geological resource of India coal stood at ~315 Billion tons as of 1st April 2017. Coal India has total coal reserves of ~88.4 Billion tons (68.6 BT resources + 19.8 BT reserves) as of 1st April 2013. Coal India operates 369 mines via 8 coal producing subsidiaries.
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By early 1990s, it was high time to open up the economy. In the regime of Prime Minister Narsimha Rao and Manmohan Singh, the Indian economy started to open up and was amongst the fast growing countries. It was after hundreds of years that India’s share in Global economy started to rise!
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The coal mining and coal-fired thermal power generation sectors are two of the core industries and together contribute ~10% to India’s Index of Industrial Production (IIP), affirming their importance to the economy. Further, India’s logistics industry, sponge iron industry, aluminium industry among several others, as on date, depend on India’s domestic coal industry.