WPI Inflation Eases to -3.48% in May - Top Indian Market Updates


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May WPI inflation falls to -3.48%, lowest since November 2015

According to the Ministry of Commerce, India's wholesale price index (WPI)-based inflation fell from -0.92% in April to -3.48% in May. WPI is at its lowest level since November 2015, marking the second consecutive month of negative wholesale inflation in India. Food wholesale inflation declined to -1.59%, while inflation in the fuel and power category reached -9.17%. Additionally, inflation in manufactured products decreased from -2.42% to -2.97% in May.

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Indian Oil Corp to set up aviation fuel plant with LanzaJet in Haryana

Indian Oil Corp Ltd (IOCL) plans to establish an 80,000 tonnes sustainable aviation fuel plant in partnership with LanzaJet in Haryana. The project is estimated to require an investment of approximately $280.1 million (~Rs 2,300 crore). IOCL is currently undertaking a pilot project for green fuel in collaboration with Praj Industries in Maharashtra.

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Ipca Labs receives 11 observations from USFDA for MP facility

The US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) has raised concerns about Ipca Laboratories' manufacturing facility in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh. During an inspection conducted from June 5 to June 13, the USFDA issued 11 observations about the facility. These observations pertain to compliance with cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) regulations. This is crucial for ensuring the quality and safety of pharmaceutical products.

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Gujarat Pollution Control Board revokes closure order to Heranba Industries

Heranba Industries announced that the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) has lifted the order for the closure of its Vapi's Pant units. The company had previously received an order from the GPCB instructing the prohibition and closure of operations at Unit-I and Unit-II located in Vapi. This development allows the company to resume its operations at the Vapi's Pant units.

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SpiceJet's financial woes deepen with $15 million judgment in UK court

SpiceJet is facing new troubles as two aircraft leasing companies, GASL Ireland and VS MSN, have obtained a summary judgment of $15 million against the airline in the London High Court. This judgment adds to the existing legal challenges faced by SpiceJet, as three more cases have been filed against the airline in the commercial courts in London. GASL Ireland and VS MSN are expected to seek enforcement of the UK court's judgment through the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) in India.

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Ramkrishna Forgings bags order worth 4.5 million euros in Europe

Ramkrishna Forgings has secured a contract worth 4.5 million euros from a well-known European passenger rail coach manufacturer. The contract entails supplying undercarriage parts, and the company expects the contract to be completed within a two-year timeframe. Kolkata-based Ramkrishna Forgings is a manufacturer and supplier of closed-die forgings of carbon and alloy steel, micro-alloy steel, and stainless steel forgings.

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KEC International secures orders worth Rs 1,373 crore

KEC International Ltd has secured orders worth Rs 1,373 crore across multiple business segments. The orders include projects in the railways vertical, transmission and distribution (T&D), cable, and civil businesses. In the T&D segment, the company received orders for transmission projects in India and the United States, including a 400 KV transmission line order in India and the supply of towers, hardware, and poles in the US through its subsidiary, SAE Towers.

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USFDA concludes inspection at Ahmedabad facility of Zydus Lifesciences with zero observation

Zydus Lifesciences Ltd has received a “Nil observation” from the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) for its Zydus Biotech Park in Ahmedabad. This indicates that the facility complies with the current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), ensuring the production of safe and effective products. In addition, Zydus Lifesciences has obtained final approval from the USFDA for Varenicline tablets, used to treat smoking addiction.

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Anupam Rasayan secures Rs 2,195 crore supply deal from Japanese firm

Anupam Rasayan has secured a supply contract worth Rs 2,186 crore from a prominent Japanese specialty chemical company. The contract involves the supply of a life science active ingredient for five years. The supply is scheduled to begin in 2025. It is subject to successful product validation, which is expected to take place over the next 18 months. Anupam Rasayan will produce the active ingredient in its existing multipurpose manufacturing facilities.

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Maruti Suzuki to launch its most expensive car in India

Maruti Suzuki is preparing to launch its most expensive car, 'Invicto,' with a starting price of over Rs 20 lakh. The three-row, seven-seater MPV is considered a twin of Toyota's Hycross. Maruti Suzuki aims to capture a significant portion of the market with the Invicto, which will be available in petrol and hybrid variants. The three-row SUV/MPV segment stood at around 2.58 lakh units in FY22, with vehicles priced over Rs 20 lakh accounting for approximately 1.2-1.25 lakh units.

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