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Dura International has a rich history in manufacturing, importation and distribution of aftermarket automotive products. The company began over 40 years ago as an importer, primarily supplying the air-cooled Volkswagen market. Through the years we have developed a diverse product offering. Our brake drum and rotor program is the professional’s choice for quality, cataloging, profitability and first to market applications. We take pride in our attention to detail and our reputation for outstanding quality. Each Dura International brake drum and rotor is designed and engineered in conjunction with globally sourced manufacturing partners. Dura International units are manufactured by ISO certified factories to meet requirements of fit, form and function. Our brake drums and rotors guarantee smooth, vibration-free performance, reduce brake noise amp; maximize pad life, and have consistent quality, strength, performance and reduced noise.

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Saturday, November 20, 2021

A year since farmers first showed up at the gates of Delhi to protest against three new agriculture laws which were later put on hold by the Supreme Court, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Friday that the laws will be repealed and the process completed in the upcoming winter session of Parliament. In an address to the nation, the Prime Minister said: “While apologising to the countrymen, today I want to say sincerely that perhaps there must have been some deficiency in our penance that we could not explain the truth like the light of the lamp to the farmer brothers.” A look at why and how the government had pushed these laws, why it has now withdrawn them, and the implications of the move, politically and economically.