Aarti Chemical Industries – Aartio – the company that sold a toxic chemical to India.

Aartiomagical is a company that manufactures a chemical, a toxic metal and a pesticide called dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), which was used in DDT.

The company was recently bought by a British firm called Oxitec.

The British company has agreed to buy the Aartium Chemical Industries (Aarti) from the Indian company, but the agreement is not final.

Aartiodiphenylene is the most widely used toxic chemical in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

DDT was banned in the United States in 1970, and India has banned it in some countries.

The World Health Organisation says that the global use of DDT has been halved in the past 50 years.

In India, DDT use has increased since its ban, according the WHO.

The Indian government also bans DDT because of the increased incidence of malaria, according TOI.

In 2016, the WHO declared that India is the third-largest country in the globe in terms of the number of cases of malaria in humans.

According to the WHO, India is also the second-most-affected country for malaria.

The country also has some of the highest rates of deaths from the disease, and in 2016, there were 6,543 deaths in India.

According TOI, the country has one of the lowest rates of malaria deaths per capita in the entire world, with a global rate of 4.9.

A total of 9.7 million people in India die from malaria every year, according a study by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.

A report by the International Center for Tropical Medicine and Immunology (ICTM) said that there is no safe level of exposure to the chemical dichothenylchloroethanol (DCMO) and other chemical toxins in the environment.

A new report released in February 2018 by the World Bank, a U.S. think tank, found that the World Resources Institute (WRI), a U in India, had recommended that the government “step up the use of insecticides in the food and agriculture sector to reduce the incidence of dengue fever and other mosquito-borne diseases.”

According to a report by ICTM, a total of 2,971,500 hectares (5,921,000 acres) of crops have been damaged by dengues since the beginning of 2020.

“In addition to reducing dengoe mortality, increasing production and utilization of non-toxic pesticides can help to reduce insecticide resistance, reduce crop damage and improve yields and food security,” the report said.

The report also said that the number and severity of dangoes increased dramatically during the first two years of the dengemageddon in 2016.

The United States and Canada both introduced restrictions on imports of DDTs and other toxic chemicals in 2017.