Bush Urged To Press India To Eliminate Medical Tariffs
Several experts in US have suggested that the President George W. Bush should press India to get rid of with tariffs
on medicines// and medical products so that it can become affordable even to the poorest there.
Jim Driscoll, an AIDS activist and advisor to President Bush on HIV-AIDS, and Ro...
IBM and Salerno Cooperate to Develop a Smarter City
...surveillance cameras. The aim of the project is to manage and share information regarding traffic flow, the availability of parking spaces and parking tariffs
in the city centre.
"Salerno is proud to be at the forefront of an intelligent project of this kind," said Vincenzo De Luca, Mayor of Salerno. "...
My1Stop.com Takes Commercial Printing Global with International Shipping of Custom Printed Products
...oducts on My1Stop's award winning online printing web site. The site now features instant international shipping calculations that include many of the tariffs
and local taxes required for delivery of commercial printing products into other countries. This benefits customers who make and receive international...
World fertilizer prices continue to soar, scientists stress need for fertilizer efficiency
...rt duties on fertilizer, to keep it in the country, effective April 20. New tariffs
on nitrogen fertilizers are 130% through September. tariffs
on diammonium phosphate (DAP) and other phosphorus fertilizers are now 135%...
Ayurveda Resorts in Kerala Gear Up for the Monsoon Season
...t of an ayurveda spa. And they all have separate vegetarian kitchens, as vegetarian food is considered a must during the treatment period.
for a treatment plan ranges from over Rs.2,500 ($60) for a day to over Rs.65,000 for a three-week comprehensive package. This includes food, accommoda...
Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits
... even in a price competitive set-up.
and other barriers also deter white spirits from r...uer of billions of rupees," Kapur said.
are lowered, Bacardi plans to bring Grey Goose sup...annually over the last five-six years despite high tariffs
and entry barriers on foreign brands.
Indian Healthcare Sector Will Grow Faster, Says Federal Minister
...ursuing the use of telemedicine to hasten diagnostics and treatment of a variety of diseases.
The Indian government has already slashed the import tariffs
on infrastructure equipment needed for telemedicine.
At the 14th summit of the heads of the nations of the South Asian Association for Regional Corpo...
PM promises forward-looking IT, electronics policy soon
...ent, create new employment and generate new business opportunities," said Manmohan Singh, who was on a daylong visit of Tamil Nadu.
"We will reduce tariffs
on 217 IT items to zero percent as agreed at the WTO (World Trade Organisation). This will promote greater competition, which in turn will help the de...
Wisconsin's paper industry needs technology, innovation to prosper.
...ago, Wisconsin was the leading newsprint producer in the United States. That dominance faded practically overnight in 1911 with the lifting of federal tariffs
on Canadian newsprint. Wisconsin's paper industry was forced to reinvent itself or die. With innovation and new technology, it quickly turned to other...
The greatest life-science developments of 2004
...entire retail and wholesale drug market will be open to foreign companies. It has already opened in selected cities. Finally, the Chinese have reduced tariffs
on imported pharmaceuticals from 9.6 percent to 4.2 percent on average.
Though American pharmaceutical companies have not had the kind of penetrati...
Old bell system merging back together, but it's not the same
...rs of Wi-Fi and alternative network infrastructures do not understand that getting in the dance requires a huge lobbying effort to ensure policies and tariffs
that create a legal cocoon around a business. Having superior "mesh technology and more megabits per second" doesn't mean anything to people who make ...