Buzil Rossari launched in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Soaltee Crowne Plaza Kathmandu hosted a business product launch of Buzil Rossari, an Indo-German joint venture with 108 years of presence in 35 countries across the world. Buzil Rossari brings German technology in cleaning, hygiene, disinfection, fabric care (laundry products), personal hygiene, cleaning accessories (mops and tools) and food safety and hygiene products to Nepal. The superior products and solutions offered by Buzil Rossari have European certifications like Ecolabel, DIN, Certification from Robert Koch Lab and ISO. It provides biodegradability certification for their products and there are many industries in Nepal that would hugely benefit from the excellent products and services which Buzil Rossari offers. The firm has a strong network in Nepal provided by Thanvi & Sons which shall be servicing requirements with support from global headquarters in Germany and regional headquarter in Mumbai, India.

Myanmar wage row

YANGON: Several hundred workers in Myanmar rallied on Sunday for a higher minimum wage despite a warning by factory owners that the demand might put them out of business. The workers protesting in a northern suburb of Yangon, the country’s largest city, want the daily minimum wage of 4,000 kyat ($3.54) instead of the 3,600 kyat ($3.18) proposed by the National Minimum Wage Committee last month following prolonged negotiations between the government, employers and employees. The current daily minimum wage is 3,000 kyat ($2.65). Small businesses employing fewer than 15 employees are not affected. The wage committee has called on all parties to submit their comments within 60 days.

Russia fuel delivery

MOSCOW: Russia is considering direct deliveries of fuel to Greece to help prop up its economy, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Sunday, quoted by Russian news agencies. “Russia intends to support the revival of Greece’s economy by broadening cooperation in the energy sector,” Novak told journalists, quoted by RIA Novosti news agency. “Accordingly we are studying the possibility of organising direct deliveries of energy resources to Greece, starting shortly.”