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Trials show 79 per cent efficacy against any severity of illness from Delta, says company as it awaits WHO emergency use approvalClover will supply up to 414 million doses for global use on behalf of the Covax Facility, which provides vaccine access for low- and middle-income countries
KUALA LUMPUR: As hydrogen gains traction as a viable and sustainable fuel source, traditional players in the oil and gas (O&G)sector that have existing infrastructure to support its production stand to benefit from its rising prospects.
NEW DELHI: Indian farmers are expected to harvest a record 150.50 million tonnes of grains from summer-sown crops in the crop year to June 2022, the government said on Tuesday, against 149.56 million tonnes gathered in the previous year.
With just 1 per cent of people vaccinated in low-income countries, demand for Chinese jabs looks set to continueBut more data and better transparency will improve the reputation of the doses, including those still in development
NEW YORK: Prices for coal are surging around the world as a shortage of natural gas spurs demand for the dirtiest fossil fuel to generate electricity.
Even as Indonesia wins cautious praise from some green groups for ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions, the world's biggest exporter of thermal coal shows no sign of weaning itself off the polluting fuel any time soon.
JAKARTA: Even as Indonesia wins cautious praise from some green groups for ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions, the world's biggest exporter of thermal coal shows no sign of weaning itself off the polluting fuel any time soon.
MERSING: The Johor state government and the East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC) have signed a collaboration agreement to develop the Jemaluang Dairy Valley (JDV) project in Mersing Johor.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The only two known male members of the Piripkura tribe in Brazil live in isolation on ancestral lands the size of Luxembourg in the Amazon rainforest, resisting decades of invasion by loggers and cattle ranchers.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's demand for control of Colombian fertilizer producer Monomeros has further upset the company's finances and contributed to a Colombian regulator's intervention last week, said Carmen Elisa Hernandez, who resigned on Sunday https://twitter.com/cehr6559/status/1437500455555375106 as chair of the company's board.