The Vietnam News Agency quoted Phan Tuan Linh, Quy Nhon Port general director as saying: “Those figures in the port’s 2019 financial statement were audited by an independent auditing company on the list of the State Securities Commission's eligible companies. Thus, VAFI saying that the Board of Directors of Quy Nhon Port inflated business performance in 2019 was unfounded. This would create negative impacts on the reputation of Quy Nhon Port,” Linh said. … [Read more...] about Quy Nhon Port affirms honest business results
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Between Rossari Biotech, Yes Bank FPO, and Bharat Bond ETF, if we take a long-term view and moderate to high-risk profile, we like Rossari the most, given that it ticks the right boxes when it comes to sector and growth profile. At the offer price, Rossari would be valued at a premium relative to some of its larger peers (P/E of around 36) like Vinati, Atul, and Fine Organics. This valuation could be justified given its higher revenue and net income CAGR numbers. … [Read more...] about Rossari Biotech IPO, Bharat Bond ETF & Yes Bank FPO: Where should investors put their money?
"I'm really f**king angry at the Chinese, I've been reading online and everything f**king generates from them and their filthy wet markets with their inhumane animal practises," she ranted. … [Read more...] about Racist rants, stolen goods and going bust: Disgraced stars of The Apprentice
KOLKATA | BENGALURU | NEW DELHI: Electronics goods companies have had to resort to imports to meet demand as they haven't been able to scale up local production even after the lockdown was eased. They include India's two largest smartphone makers, Xiaomi and Oppo, which have decided to import handsets from China, although they had set up local production facilities more than three years ago, three senior industry executives said. In import-dependent categories such as laptops and dishwashers, where sales have surged manifold, companies have expanded imports two-four times in the past few weeks. The main reasons are non-availability of migrant labour, closure of plants due to coronavirus infections and the inability to scale up production due to distancing norms within plants, said people with knowledge of the matter. The Oppo plant in Greater Noida was closed last month after Covid-19 infections among workers. Imported phones may not cost more Although it has resumed operations, … [Read more...] about Electronics goods companies bank on imports to meet demand
Many of those still-employed workers with good-paying jobs have even boosted their savings, making it easier to cover down payments and closing costs. After all, they're not spending as much on vacations, clothes, or restaurants due to the pandemic. Many have also been able to stash away their stimulus checks. … [Read more...] about Why a Pandemic, Recession, and Protests Aren’t Keeping the Housing Market From Roaring Back