Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Poor monsoon affects India’s rice planting in key states Non-basmati white rice exports would attract 20% duty Buyers could shift to rival suppliers Thailand, Vietnam Rice prices to jump as India has 40% of world market… Read More »India restricts rice exports, could fuel food inflation
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Pakistan is facing an acute water shortage, with experts saying the country would run out of water by 2040 if the authorities don’t take long-term measures to deal with the problem. The recent heat wave has damaged crops and caused food shortages in the country.… Read More »Is Pakistan paying attention to existential environment crises? | Asian | An in-depth look at news from across the continent | D.W.
The invasion of Ukraine has had a ripple effect around the world – and the sanctions on Russia, plus the country’s massive size, are making travel wildly expensive. Travel is finally back on the table after a grim two years of the coronavirus pandemic, but… Read More »How surging oil prices amid Russia conflict pushes up airfare prices
While more and more Australians return to working in the office, there are some jobs you can do remotely. Australia feels like it’s slowly heading back to ‘normal’, which in many ways is brilliant. There’s just one small thing people aren’t so excited about –… Read More »Remote work: How to make it work full-time while traveling the world
A business jet is refueled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, US October 21, 2019. REUTERS/David Becker Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SINGAPORE, March 8 (Reuters)… Read More »Jet fuel price surge deals heavy blow to fragile air travel recovery