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Packaging industry faces disruption in supply chain, labour shortage

The packaging material industry is operating much below its installed capacity as it faces issues in supply lines and shortage of manpower due to the lockdown, according to industry officials. According to leading packaging industry players such as Uflex and Cosmo Films, though the government has allowed the companies operating in the food and Pharma …

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Tesco halts production at Chinese factory over forced labour claims | Business

Tesco says it has suspended production at a factory in China alleged to have forced foreign prisoners to help make charity Christmas cards. The allegations came to light after the Sunday Times reported that Florence Widdicombe, aged six, from Tooting, south London, opened a box of charity Christmas cards from the supermarket and discovered a …

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Dreaming of a green, gift-free Christmas | Brief letters | Life and style

My husband is dying of cancer. In the 40 years-plus of our marriage we have done so many lovely holiday journeys together, by road, by rail, by ferry (rarely by air). I’m trying to hold my life together. Then I read Joe Hammond’s final article (Weekend, 14 December) and the last line broke me up: …

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Labour won’t win economic credibility by attacking easy targets | Nils Pratley | Business

It’s the knockabout stage of the general election campaign, so there’s no real harm in the leader of the Labour party summoning a few business villains for the crowd to boo. But let’s hope the manifesto will offer a more nuanced analysis of business in the UK. If business, in all its variety, ends up …

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CBI is wrong to see cost as big issue in Labour’s nationalisation plans | Nils Pratley | Business

The Confederation of British Industry is barking up the wrong tree when it howls about the “eye-watering” cost of Labour’s nationalisation plans, which it puts at almost £200bn. Of all the arguments against nationalisation – and there are many strong ones – the claimed upfront cost is the weakest. The CBI skips over the fact …

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