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I would beg India to reconsider (wheat export ban) : IMF Chief

Sudarshan

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And I don't think getting millions of Indians killed due to COVID-19 and the ineptitude of the Indian government is going to fix anything
Yupp, that’s what I said, India is starving while land of pure has a booming economy thanks to Seepek.
 

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Yupp, that’s what I said, India is starving while land of pure has a booming economy thanks to Seepek.

Pakistan has nothing to be proud of regarding the hunger index, being better then India is no great victory

It's just that we don't try to bullshit the world or ourselves like the Indians do
 

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Pakistan has nothing to be proud of regarding the hunger index, being better then India is no great victory

It's just that we don't try to bullshit the world or ourselves like the Indians do
Ofcourse, coz thats among the only few useless gallup poll survey based indices where you’re ahead of us, why’ll anyone be proud of such situation.
 

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Another one,

24 May 2022 02:53PM
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'No choice': Some stallholders in Singapore say they may close temporarily following Malaysia's chicken export ban​


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SINGAPORE: Your go-to fresh chicken stall at the neighbourhood wet market might close, at least for now, due to Malaysia's impending curb on the export of chickens, according to stallholders CNA spoke to on Tuesday (May 24).

Malaysia's Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob had announced a day earlier that his country will curb the export of chickens from Jun 1, among other measures to address the domestic supply shortage.

It is "a short-term measure" to halt the export of up to 3.6 million chickens per month, until domestic prices and production stabilise, he said.

According to the Singapore Food Agency (SFA), about one-third of Singapore's chicken supply is imported from Malaysia. Other major sources include Brazil (49 per cent) and the United States (12 per cent).

SFA also said on Monday after the announcement, that it will work with stakeholders to activate supply chains to increase imports of chilled and frozen chickens from alternative sources, or draw from poultry stocks.

While it is unclear how Malaysia's ban on exports will impact chicken supplies and prices in Singapore, stallholders at wet markets CNA spoke to said they are concerned.

STALLHOLDERS MIGHT PUT BUSINESS ON PAUSE​

Chicken prices have already increased over the past month. According to data from the Singapore Department of Statistics, the average price for a whole chilled chicken cost S$7.21 per kg in April this year, up from S$6.60 per kg in March.

Chilled chicken wings also rose from S$8.75 per kg in March to S$9.45 per kg in April.

The impending export ban from Malaysia has several stallholders in Singapore worried, as it might result in a further increase in price, driving customers away.

At Bukit Merah View Market, Mr Mohamed Basheer, stallholder at Halnaz Frozen Goods, said his business is already affected by rising food prices. But the 42-year-old has tried not to increase his prices by too much.

"Because selling price (if) I increase, customer run already. Somemore, Sheng Siong, FairPrice, little bit already increase, so the (wet) market seller (is in a) very difficult (position) now," he told CNA.

Mr Basheer, whose stall sells halal meat including chicken, said some customers have not been happy, and have complained about "expensive" prices.

 

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-"because the more countries step into export restrictions, the more others will be tempted to do so"

She is giving a veiled threat to deprive India of p0rnhub and the likes. Little does she know.
 

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Well, if India had an out of control army chief, the IMF wouldn’t be begging India, they would simply massage the oversized ego of the said army chief and a comprehensive policy shift would happen within hours.
 

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India is starving
India might be starving but thanks to Modijee he used the magic word 'swatch' and the entire country got toilets at their door. Even if there is nothing to discharge in there!

Well, if India had an out of control army chief, the IMF wouldn’t be begging India, they would simply massage the oversized ego of the said army chief and a comprehensive policy shift would happen within hours.
Ouch, that hurt boss.
 

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India might be starving but thanks to Modijee he used the magic word 'swatch' and the entire country got toilets at their door. Even if there is nothing to discharge in there!


Ouch, that hurt boss.

Yes that was a bit of surprise, according to UN 700 to 800M uncoil out in the open but 56 "swatch" did wonders the numbers are way way down now, Amazing swatch they have.. :)
 

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The rich have money minting machines invented by Rahul Gandhi, "Aalu dalo, Sona nikalo". They can always hire the Dubai Shaikhs to start the minting machine.

I thought the rich have Narendra bhai's newly discovered and patented formula : a2 + 2ab + b2 as the solution for all the world's problems, human-made and natural. :D
 

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We aren't starving, we have enough stock, even overflow. We are just securing our position in this man-made crisis like China is buying out all international wheat shipments even though it doesn't need it.
Blaming China again? China grows enough wheat by herself, we only imports a small amount of wheat for diversification purposes, and India is not even a major wheat exporting country.

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