The Republicans are sending cash and field operatives to Georgia as they look to keep Democrats from seizing control of the Senate under President-elect Joe Biden's administration.
The Republicans are sending cash and field operatives to Georgia as they look to keep Democrats from seizing control of the Senate under President-elect Joe Biden's administration.
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The London Screenings have been an informal fixture in the British TV diary for a number of years, but now major distributors are combining forces to formalize the event in 2021. All3Media International, Banijay Rights, eOne, Fremantle and ITV Studios will launch a two-week event, The London Screenings, on March 1, 2021. It will take […]
If the bill is approved, telecoms companies in the UK must follow the new rules or face fines of up to 10% of turnover or £100,000 a day for failing to meet standards.
Dublin, Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "India Glucose Monitoring Devices Market, By Product (Self-Monitoring Glucose Devices and Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices), By Application (Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes), By End User, By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, FY 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Indian Glucose Monitoring Devices Market was valued at around USD 209 million in FY2020 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% until FY 2026. The Indian Glucose Monitoring Devices Market is driven by growing prevalence of diabetes in the country, predominantly Type 2 diabetes. Additionally, increasing requirement for faster and safer diagnosis of diabetes is further expected to propel the market during forecast period. Besides, rising awareness among the population regarding the treatment of diabetes is further expected to propel the market growth. The sudden outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has drastically increased the demand for glucose monitoring devices in the country. The Indian Glucose Monitoring Devices Market is segmented based on product, application, end-user, and region. Based on product segmentation, the market can be fragmented into self-monitoring glucose devices and continuous glucose monitoring devices, out of which, the self-monitoring glucose devices segment dominated the market until FY 2020 and the segment is expected to maintain its leading position over the next five years as well. This can be attributed to certain benefits it offers such as ease of use and low cost. Major players operating in the Indian Glucose Monitoring Devices Market include Roche Diagnostics India Pvt Ltd, Abbott India Limited, Becton Dickinson Private Limited, ARKRAY Healthcare Pvt Ltd., B Braun Medical India Pvt Ltd., Dr Morepen, Johnson & Johnson Private Limited, India Medtronic Pvt Ltd, Pulsatom Health Care Pvt Ltd, Bio-Rad laboratories India Pvt Ltd and others. The companies are developing advanced technologies and launching new products in order to stay competitive in the market. Years considered for this report: * Historical Years: FY2016 - FY2019 * Base Year: FY2020 * Estimated Year: FY2021 * Forecast Period: FY2022 - FY2026 Key Topics Covered: 1\. Product Overview 2\. Research Methodology 3\. Impact of COVID-19 on Global Monitoring Devices Market 4\. Executive Summary 5\. Voice of Customer 6\. India Glucose Monitoring Devices Market Outlook 6.1. Market Size & Forecast 6.1.1. By Value 6.2. Market Share & Forecast 6.2.1. By Product (Self-Monitoring Glucose Devices and Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices) 6.2.2. By Application (Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes) 6.2.3. By End User (Home Care Settings, Hospital, Others) 6.2.4. By Region (North, East, West, South) 6.2.5. By Company (FY2020) 6.3. Product Market Map 7\. India Self-Monitoring Glucose Devices Market Outlook 7.1. Market Size & Forecast 7.1.1. By Value 7.2. Market Share & Forecast 7.2.1. By Component (Glucose Meter Devices, Glucose Test Strips and Lancets) 7.2.2. By Application 7.2.3. By End User 8\. India Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices Market Outlook 8.1. Market Size & Forecast 8.1.1. By Value 8.2. Market Share & Forecast 8.2.1. By Component (Sensors, Transmitters & receivers, Integrated Insulin Pumps) 8.2.2. By Application 8.2.3. By End User 9\. Market Dynamics 9.1. Drivers 9.2. Challenges 10\. Market Trends & Developments 11\. Policy & Regulatory Landscape 12\. India Economic Profile 13\. Import & Export Analysis 14\. Pricing Analysis 15\. Competitive Landscape 15.1. Competition Outlook 15.2. Company Profiles 15.2.1. Roche Diagnostics India Pvt Ltd 15.2.2. Abbott India Limited 15.2.3. Becton Dickinson Private Limited 15.2.4. ARKRAY Healthcare Pvt Ltd. 15.2.5. B Braun Medical India Pvt Ltd. 15.2.6. Dr Morepen 15.2.7. Johnson & Johnson Private Limited 15.2.8. India Medtronic Pvt Ltd 15.2.9. Pulsatom Health Care Pvt Ltd 15.2.10. Bio-Rad laboratories India Pvt Ltd 16\. Strategic Recommendations For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/n5ep79Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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The thing about Hillbilly Elegy is that it is a garbage movie.That’s not a flippant dismissal of the new Netflix film, directed by Ron Howard, based on J.D. Vance’s 2016 memoir, and starring Amy Adams and Glenn Close in backwoods drag. It’s to say that, when carefully considered, there is very little, if anything at all, that is redeemable about it; whatever misguided intention there was behind it, the resulting product is disposable.If you’re clued in to the world of Film Twitter or have perused coverage of the movie, you’ve already been made aware of that response. Since its review embargo broke three weeks ago, critics’ pans flooded the internet like a gushing sewer leak.The film is told from the perspective of J.D. Vance (Gabriel Basso), a former Marine and Yale law student from Appalachia. When his mother’s (Adams) drug addiction disrupts his life yet again, he is forced to travel back home to fix things, grappling with the tension between his hill country upbringing and Yuppie world he’s breaking into. His journey, of sorts, is to come to terms with how formative the complex relationships with his mother and grandmother (Close) still are in his new life.The real Vance’s memoir was released in 2016 and this film adaptation is quite pointedly coming out in the weeks following a fraught election. The idea, then, is to ostensibly say something worthwhile about a fractured America, give voice to people in a part of the country who some argue are categorically dismissed, and, through a human story, provide clarity to the ever-foggy question of: “What circumstances led to Donald Trump’s election?”‘Veep’ Creator Armando Iannucci: There’s Nothing Funny About ‘Gollum’ TrumpBut what was supposed to be a bridge to understanding between very different factions of people has instead fortified a wall. Critics have ravaged the film as an abject failure of empathy, and the word “classist” has been bandied about from all sides: people from Appalachia dismayed with how the book and film depicts them, and rural Americans who find critics’ intense contempt for the film akin to morally superior cannon balls launched from ivory towers.It’s a lightning rod in a storm over a class war, saturating the dirt in the perennial red state-blue state battle and providing ample mud for future slinging.“Hillbilly Elegy isn’t interested in the systems that create poverty and addiction and ignorance; it just wants to pretend that one straight white guy’s ability to rise above his surroundings means that there’s no excuse for everyone else not to have done so as well,” wrote The Wrap’s Alonso Duralde in his review.“Directed by Ron Howard and denuded of any meaningful politics to speak of, Hillbilly Elegy is an extended Oscar-clip montage in search of a larger purpose, an unwieldy slop bucket of door-smashing, child-slapping, husband-immolating histrionics,” wrote the Los Angeles Times’ Justin Chang. “These characters are trapped... in generational cycles of dysfunction, deprivation and hopelessness. Those patterns are also cultural and structural, though unlike its source material, Hillbilly Elegy seems curiously uninterested in the underlying causes, let alone the possible solutions.”Similar complaints were made about Vance’s book, though at the time of its release the discourse included much more support. Vance was criticized for “damaging rhetoric,” labeled “the false prophet of Blue America,” and his writing was called “a list of myths about welfare queens repackaged as a primer on the white working class.” Yet it was also a bestseller that was hailed in some circles as offering hard lessons for liberals to stomach and being admirably provocative.Still, the memoir’s release inspired an anthology of essays titled Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to Hillbilly Elegy, a collection in which local writers criticize Vance’s generalizations about the community and misguided—some argue insulting and false—characterizations of the systems of poverty.The spectrum of opinion has followed Hillbilly Elegy from memoir to film. A search for “Hillbilly Elegy” and “classist” on social media surfaces years of readers attacking Vance’s portrayal of Appalachia as such. Yet on the other side of the argument, reviewers who panned the film have been labeled classist themselves, criticized as “coastal elites” with pretentious apathy toward poor whites.The day reviews were published, one Twitter user wrote, “As I drove today between a red county in rural PA to the blue college-town county in which I live, I reflected on the Hillbilly Elegy reviews. It’s sorta gross to watch a handful of coastal film critics sitting on their high horses panning a movie about rural America bc they can.”Said another, “Pans I don’t mind. Not-so-veiled disdain for Trump country (and Trump voters) definitely reeks of elitism, especially when it’s given as the reason why someone can’t have sympathy for these people, their plight, etc. Personal digs at Vance are also pointed.”Then there’s the displeased Twitter user who googled where each reviewer who criticized the film was from and commented “Ok Los Angeles resident” or “You live in New York” as reason enough to disqualify their opinion of the film.That this is such a debate is proof itself of why this matters. These last four years have been nothing if not an exasperating exercise in attempting to understand and give voice to the marginalized and overlooked. Media organizations have devoted untold resources to surfacing stories of Trump voters in a pandering attempt—for everyone involved—to elucidate some sort of lesson about the country’s siloed ethos and the press’ coastal bias. It has largely amounted to a suffocating scale of discourse that says nothing useful.A film like Hillbilly Elegy coming out seemed like an opportunity to rectify that. There was a desire for it to succeed.Much like the reviews for Vance’s book, there have been raves for the film opposite the high-profile pans. But that essentially every reaction to the movie, good or bad, frames it as glaringly transparent “Oscar bait” speaks to the power of a movie like this.It’s easy to be seduced by flashy performances from beloved actors rendered unrecognizable, effortfully accenting and speechifying their way through an emotionally manipulative production. Succumb to the ride, and be gratified by the forced catharsis. The volume of the criticism is in direct response to this artifice—an attempt to break through with necessary context and nuance. It’s why fans of Adams and Close, two actresses with 13 Academy Award nominations between them and no statuettes, are in despair over the thought of either performer finding Oscar glory for this, of all films.That concern is owed to the dissonance between these impassioned complaints and how a film like this might play to an audience. Look only to Green Book two years ago for evidence of that friction. Even then, criticisms about historical inaccuracies, the gross oversimplification of race and racism, and fears about how its feel-good tone would mollify volatile issues in America seemed to only fuel the support of those who were charmed.There’s an outrageous line that has already become somewhat of a meme from the film. As Mamaw, Close tells the J.D. Vance character, “Everyone in this world is one of three kinds: a good Terminator, a bad Terminator, and neutral.” It’s already clear that the party cast as the “good” or “bad” Terminator in discussing this film is going to be divisive. But I suspect no one will fill the role of the neutral.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Telecom companies in Britain face hefty fines if they don't comply with strict new security rules under a new law proposed in Parliament on Tuesday that is aimed at blocking high-risk equipment suppliers like China's Huawei. The Telecommunications (Security) Bill tightens security requirements for new high speed 5G wireless and fiber optic networks, with the threat of fines of up to 100,000 pounds ($134,000) a day for companies that don't follow the rules. The bill paves the way for the U.K. government to formalize into law Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision in July prohibiting Huawei from building Britain's 5G mobile phone networks because of security concerns.
Conservative operatives and a super PAC with ties to infamous GOP dirty trickster Roger Stone are calling for Trump supporters to punish Republicans by sitting out Georgia’s crucial Senate runoffs or writing in Trump’s name instead. And though their efforts remains on the party’s fringes, the trajectory of the movement has Republicans fearful that it could cost the GOP control of the Senate.The most aggressive call to boycott or cast protest ballots in the two runoff races has, so far, come from a dormant pro-Trump super PAC with ties to Stone, which unveiled a new initiative to retaliate against the Republican Party’s supposed turncoats by handing Democrats control of the U.S. Senate.The group, dubbed the Committee for American Sovereignty, unveiled a new website encouraging Georgia Republicans to write in Trump’s name in both of the upcoming Senate runoff elections, which could determine the party that controls the upper chamber during President-elect Joe Biden’s first two years in office. The PAC argued that doing so will show support for the president in addition to forcing Republicans to address the wild election-fraud conspiracy theories floated by Trump supporters and members of his own legal team.“If we can do this, we have a real chance at getting these RINO senators to act on the illegitimate and corrupt election presided over by a Democrat party that is invested in the Communist takeover of Our Great Nation,” the group wrote on its new website, writeintrumpforgeorgiasenate.com. “We will not stop fighting for you, the American Patriot, against the evils of Socialism and inferior Religions.”Justice Dept. Watchdog Looking Into Abrupt Change in Roger Stone Sentencing Recommendation, Says ReportThe effort is representative of a broader push among some of President Trump’s most devoted supporters to withhold support for the two Georgia Republican senators facing competitive runoff challenges, Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, in the hope of leveraging the party’s fear of losing the U.S. Senate to get more establishment backing for their drive to change the result of the election. The goal, those operatives say, is to expose a supposed vast election fraud conspiracy abetted by high-level Republicans in Georgia’s state government, including Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.The Committee for American Sovereignty and a sister nonprofit group were set up in 2016 as vehicles for prominent pro-Trump operatives—most notably Stone and former Blackwater chief Erik Prince—to attempt to suppress the Black vote by amplifying claims that Bill Clinton had an illegitimate biracial son. It’s been mostly quiet since then. The PAC’s recent filings with the Federal Election Commission disclose nothing but outstanding federal and state tax liabilities, and its new effort in Georgia doesn’t appear to have received much pickup yet.A request for comment sent to the Committee for American Sovereignty email address on file with the FEC was not returned. Efforts to reach Pamela Jensen, a California political activist who leads the group, were not successful. Her husband, an attorney named Paul Jensen who describes Stone as a “long time client,” told The Daily Beast in an email his wife “has no comment, and nor do I.” Stone did not respond to inquiries about his present involvement with the group.Efforts by the super PAC and other pro-Trump activists to kneecap Georgia Republicans nonetheless gained major traction over the past week thanks largely to the public utterances of Powell, who claimed in a Saturday interview on Newsmax that her imagined voter fraud conspiracy involving Dominion voting machines and Venezuelan bribes extended all the way to Kemp and Raffensperger. Powell even suggested that Loeffler would have lost this month to Rep. Doug Collins, her top Republican challenger, had it not been for the supposed voter fraud that tainted Georgia elections.“Mr. Kemp and the secretary of state need to go with it because they're in on the Dominion scam with their last-minute purchase or reward of a contract to Dominion of $100 million,” Powell said.Fears of an intra-party disaster in Georgia fueled by Trump fans livid about Powell’s conspiracy theories have been tempered a bit by internal polling showing a relatively slim portion of Trump voters in the state are so disgruntled they might rebuke the GOP’s own Senate candidates. One Republican operative who’s seen that polling told The Daily Beast that the number was “in the single digits.”But the Jan. 5 runoff contests are expected to be extremely tight even barring any defections. And even Republicans who fully buy into the conspiracy theories around the Trump election defeat say they worry that it will depress GOP turnout, potentially enough to cost the party the two Senate seats and the majority.“The anger over the secretary of state’s incompetence and the governor’s failure to lead could mean that Republicans just stay home,” said Newt Gingrich, the former Georgia congressman and speaker of the House. “I think there’s a very big problem with getting Republicans to turn out.”Gingrich told The Daily Beast in an interview on Monday that he is fully convinced that Democrats will attempt to steal both Senate elections. Republicans “could actually win the popular vote but not win the counted vote,” Gingrich predicted. “They actually have a fairly easy campaign... The problem is when you get done doing all of that—traditional, classic campaigning—if the other side then has sufficient control of the election machinery, they just beat you.”But Gingrich said he hoped such dire predictions of inevitable election-stealing would drive Republicans to the polls, rather than reinforcing the very voter apathy that he said he was concerned about. “I have a very simple model,” he said. “You have to win by a bigger margin than they can steal.”Rush Limbaugh Does Full 180, Blasts Sidney Powell After Team Trump Disavowed HerThough Gingrich may see the stakes of the runoffs in clear terms, others Republicans don’t. On conservative media social site Parler, grieving Trump fans said they’ll express their displeasure with the GOP by skipping the runoffs or by writing in Trump’s name. Last week, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh told his audience that “Never Trump” Republicans were desperate for their votes in the runoffs, suggesting that Trump supporters’ votes could be up for grabs.“It’s funny how these Never Trump people want us to save their bacon right now while they sat on their butts and ridiculed Trump and us for voting for him,” Limbaugh said.Limbaugh eventually urged his audience to vote for Loeffler and Perdue anyway. But pro-Trump Georgia lawyer Lin Wood, who sued Georgia in an attempt to stop the state’s vote certification, tweeted Saturday that he wouldn’t vote in the runoff unless Loeffler and Perdue took more actions against his claims of Election Day voter fraud.“Threaten to withhold your votes & money,” Wood tweeted. “Demand that they represent you.”Conservative operative Ali Alexander, who has organized “Stop the Steal” protests around the country, demanded that Perdue and Loeffler call on Kemp to order a special session of the Georgia legislature to investigate claims of voter fraud. If they didn’t, Alexander said, Trump supporters would boycott the runoff.“Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue can either do what we said, because we are their voters, we are their donors, we are their volunteers, or we literally won’t vote,” Alexander said, before mimicking his critics’ concerns about Senate control. “‘Oh, but Ali, then Democrats will take the Senate?’ I would rather an enemy in my face than a traitor behind.”Alexander, who has nearly 200,000 Twitter followers and is prone to grandiose pronouncements about his own influence within the party, threatened to launch primary campaigns across the country under the “Stop the Steal” brand against Republicans deemed insufficiently supportive of Trump’s post-election legal efforts. He claimed he could convince 100,000 Georgia voters to boycott the Jan. 5 runoff, and urged his fans not to donate to the Georgia Senate candidates or Republican groups, saying they had enough money already.“Nobody should be donating to the NRSC, the RNC, Kelly Loeffler, or David Perdue,” Alexander said.Alexander’s comments prompted pushback from Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), the one-time QAnon supporter now set to be sworn into Congress in January. Greene tweeted that the threats would “hand over the Senate to the Socialist Democrats!”“People taking donations to their personal PayPal should spend it on elections,” Greene tweeted, an apparent jab at Alexander for soliciting donations to his PayPal account from Trump voters.Other Republicans have rushed to make sure Trump voters angry at the GOP still show up to vote in the runoffs. Donald Trump Jr. tweeted Monday for Trump supporters to buck calls from conservative activists to sit out the vote.“That is NONSENSE,” Trump Jr. tweeted. “IGNORE those people.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe acknowledged Tuesday his office is being investigated for questionable expenses linked to a dinner party his office hosted for his supporters ahead of an annual cherry blossom viewing party — a scandal that has been on the backburner for months. Abe made the comment in response to reports Monday that the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors' Office has been interviewing his aides over the scandal. None of his aides or supporters have been arrested so far.
Central European assets largely gained on Tuesday, with the Czech crown near a multi-week high, in a rally amid progress on COVID-19 vaccines and signs the second wave of the pandemic in the region was ebbing.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been controversial since its inception. Initially proposed by Senator Elizabeth Warren, then a Harvard Law School professor, in 2007, the agency became a target of many congressional Republicans after its founding in the wake of the financial crisis. During the Obama administration, the CFPB engaged in aggressive oversight of student-loan servicers, lenders and other companies in the sector — suing major firms and highlighting alarming trends through reports based on borrower complaints and other sources.
Dublin, Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "India Immunity Boosting Packaged Products Market, by Product Category (Supplements, Beverages, Food and Others), by Distribution Channel (Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Others), by Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, FY2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Indian Immunity Boosting Packaged Products Market is projected to reach $ 347 million by FY 2026 owing to increasing consciousness and focus among Indian consumers towards preventive health. Further, rising per capita income and expanding middle-class and urban population are some of the key factors fueling the growth of immunity boosting packaged products market. Increasingly busy lifestyle is resulting in a lack of nutrition and fitness among people, which is creating a huge demand for immunity boosting packaged products across the country. The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has created a growing need for products which boost the body's immune system. Apart from that, rising prevalence of various chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer are also driving the growth of immunity boosting packaged products market in the country. The soaring healthcare costs and rising consumer focus on preventive healthcare are expected to further augment the market growth in the coming years. The Indian Immunity Boosting Packaged Products Market is categorized based on product category, distribution channel and region. Based on the product category, the market is split into supplements, beverages, food, and others. The food segment is further divided into instant food, seeds, and others. The beverages segment is categorized into juice, tea, coffee, probiotic shots and others and the supplements segment is divided into mixes, capsules, and powder. In India, the supplements segment held the largest market share in FY 2020 owing to easy product availability of trusted manufactures and proven health claims. However, the food segment is also expected to witness a healthy CAGR during the forecast period due to focus on preventive healthcare in the country and broad range of products offered by the manufactures. Based on the distribution channel, the Indian Immunity Boosting Packaged Products Market is segmented into convenience stores, specialty stores, supermarkets & hypermarkets, medical stores and online. The convenience stores segment dominated the Indian market in FY2020 and is expected to grow substantially during the forecast period. However, the online segment exhibited significant growth in FY2020, especially during the spread of COVID-19. Major players operating in the immunity boosting packaged products market include The Himalaya Drug Company, Dabur India Ltd., Patanjali Ayurved, Organic India Private Limited, Amway India Enterprise Private Limited and Herbalife India Private Limited, Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan Pvt. Ltd, Kerala Ayurveda Ltd, Aeronutrix Sports Products Private Limited, TBOF Foods Ltd, and Del Monte India, among others. Companies are focused on launching new products carrying all the essential nutrients as well as on strengthening distribution network to increase their market share in the country's immunity boosting products market. Years considered for this report: * Historical Years: FY2016 - FY2019 * Base Year: FY2020 * Estimated Year: FY2021 * Forecast Period: FY2022- FY2026Key Topics Covered: 1\. Product Overview 2\. Research Methodology 3\. Impact of COVID-19 on India Immunity Boosting Packaged Products Market 4\. Executive Summary 5\. India Immunity Boosting Packaged Products Market Outlook 5.1. Market Size & Forecast 5.1.1. By Value 5.2. Market Share & Forecast 5.2.1. By Product Category (Supplements, Beverages, Food and Others) 5.2.2. By Distribution Channel (Offline (Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Medical Stores), Online) 5.2.3. By Region (North, East, South, West) 5.2.4. By Company (FY2020) 5.3. Market Attractiveness Index 6\. India Immunity Boosting Supplements Market Outlook 6.1. Market Size & Forecast 6.1.1. By Value 6.2. Market Share & Forecast 6.2.1. By Product Type (Mixes, Capsules, Powder) 6.2.2. By Distribution Channel (Offline (Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Medical Stores), Online) 7\. India Immunity Boosting Packaged Beverages Market Outlook 7.1. Market Size & Forecast 7.1.1. By Value 7.2. Market Share & Forecast 7.2.1. By Product Type (Juice, Tea, Coffee, Probiotic Shots and Others (Syrup, etc.,)) 7.2.2. By Distribution Channel (Offline (Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Medical Stores), Online) 8\. India Immunity Boosting Packaged Foods Market Outlook 8.1. Market Size & Forecast 8.1.1. By Value 8.2. Market Share & Forecast 8.2.1. By Product Type (Instant Food, Seeds, and Others (Gummies etc.)) 8.2.2. By Distribution Channel (Offline (Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Medical Stores), Online) 9\. India Immunity Boosting Others Market Outlook 9.1. Market Size & Forecast 9.1.1. By Value 9.2. Market Share & Forecast 9.2.1. By Distribution Channel (Offline (Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Medical Stores), Online) 10\. Market Dynamics 10.1. Drivers 10.2. Challenges 11\. Market Trends & Developments 12\. Pricing Analysis 13\. Competitive Landscape 13.1. Players Profiled (Leading Companies) 13.1.1. Dabur India Limited 13.1.2. Patanjali Ayurved 13.1.3. The Himalaya Drug Company 13.1.4. Amway India Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. 13.1.5. Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan Pvt. Ltd 13.1.6. Organic India Pvt. Ltd 13.1.7. Kerala Ayurveda Ltd 13.1.8. Aeronutrix Sports Products Private Limited 13.1.9. TBOF Foods Ltd. 13.1.10. Del Monte India 14\. Strategic Recommendations For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/jypxev Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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The European Medicines Agency (EMA) could produce a scientific opinion on COVID-19 vaccines seeking regulatory approval by the end of the year in a best case scenario, the regulator's new chief was quoted as saying on Tuesday. British drugmaker AstraZeneca followed rivals Pfizer and Moderna on Monday in publishing successful pivotal trial data for its COVID-19 vaccine, giving the world's fight against the pandemic a third new weapon. "Assuming everything is positive - and we have to look at the data to be sure - but best case, we could have a scientific opinion by the end of the year," EMA Executive Director Emer Cooke told the Irish Independent newspaper in an interview.
EFL chairman Rick Parry says the decision is a “lifeline” for lower-league clubs.