Day: November 30, 2020

We can only say that the 60s in Mexico were rare times for advertising.

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.


If you are over 50 years old and lived in Mexico, you will undoubtedly remember the thousands of commercials and their wonderful jingles that were given during the 60s.

It is always interesting how advertising has evolved hand in hand with social changes such as the greater penetration of women into the workplace, the rejection of products previously recommended by doctors such as cigarettes and social rights.

That’s why the following note is incredibly comical: A 1967 ad for Cloralex went viral on Tiktok among 15-30 year olds due to


The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has instructed field officers to verify authenticity of business of entities that have been granted registration under the goods and services tax (GST) framework without between August 21 and November 16. Sources said this standard operating procedure is part of the government’s efforts to check fake invoices.


Those that have been given registration without authentication will be taken as deemed registration. The list of such deemed registrations will be circulated zone-wise to the field officers for confirmation. The confirmation needs to be completed within three weeks.



The tax officer concerned, in addition to physical verification, may further carry out a preliminary financial verification of the registrants by seeking certain documents, informed sources.


Meanwhile, according to the Directorate General of GST Intelligence (DGGI) sources, the DGGI and central GST


Soybean


is trading at Rs 4,347 per quintal at the benchmark Indore For the week ahead, prices are expected to trade firm and head towards Rs 4,400 and then Rs 4,425 per quintal. Positive crush margins would support demand from processoRs and firm global cues to keep the price trend positive for the week ahead.



Wheat


prices in Delhi market are trading at Rs 1,811 per quintal. Prices are expected to trade lower towards Rs 1,780 per quintal due to ample availability in the open market and subdued demand for private stock.



Prerana Desai, Research head, Edelweiss Agri Services and Credit


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