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Rashi Bisaria | January 20, 2021

India's oil imports reach 3-year high in Dec 2020 at 5 million bpd

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Netflix global subscriber count crosses 200 million; forecasts an end to borrowing

Netflix Inc said on Tuesday its global subscriber rolls crossed 200 million at the end of 2020 and projected it will no longer need to borrow billions of dollars to finance its broad slate of TV shows and movies. Shares of Netflix rose nearly 13% in extended trading as the financial milestone validated the company's strategy of going into debt to take on big Hollywood studios with a flood of its own programming in multiple languages.

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