Monthly Archives: July 2021

LGMA hopes Canada accepts test mandate – Produce Blue Book

California green leaf grower-shippers are optimistic that Canada is easing restrictions on their product later this year. Last October, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) put in place temporary importation measures to prevent contaminated food from entering the market. The CFIA requires that importers provide either proof that the romaine lettuce intended for import into Canada does not come from ...

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Millstone officials ban cannabis companies from operating in township

MILLSTONE – Township committee members have taken action to ban the operation of cannabis businesses in Millstone Township. On July 21, members of the governing body passed an ordinance prohibiting all cannabis establishments, growers, distributors and delivery services from operating in Millstone. Delivery of cannabis and / or related cannabis supplies to addresses in the Township of Millstone by a ...

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Maize exporters to Thailand face new rules

The Agriculture Branch has called on red corn exporters and importers to comply with Thailand’s new requirements for cross-border business activities. The management cited letter AC: 0914/1629 dated April 20, issued by the Thai Ministry of Agriculture and Department of Agriculture of Cooperatives, which it said describes the new conditions for the export of red corn kernels from Cambodia to ...

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With automotive lighting makers capitalizing on sales of advanced headlights, aggregate demand will surpass US $ 34.7 billion in 2021: IMF

The rapid expansion of the automotive sector, coupled with the increasing adoption of electric vehicles and luxury cars, are driving innovations in the automotive lighting market. According to a latest study by Future Market Insights (IMF), the market is experiencing impressive growth, especially in North America, which will remain dominant as the primary market for automotive lighting sales. DUBAI, United ...

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U.S. clean energy industry facing forced labor issues

This is the first of three articles on the solar industry and forced labor. Here we focus on regulation. Articles in the coming weeks will focus on the issues facing importers and their suppliers, as well as investors and their demands. Your shipment of solar equipment is stopped by customs at the US border due to the potential use of ...

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Konect Ai Appoints Former Director of Cox, eCarList and Dealer.com as President

HOUSTON – Konect Ai wants to be a leader in automotive artificial intelligence, which is why the company entrusts its leadership to an executive whose professional career includes stints at Cox Automotive, eCarList and Dealer.com Konect Ai named Jerry Salerno president on Friday as the company seeks to further expand into the North American auto industry. According to a press ...

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LCCC to expand smart manufacturing technology into automation, robotics – Morning Journal

Lorain County Community College announced on July 22 its partnership with global aerospace and defense entrepreneur ARCTOS Technology Solutions to develop smart manufacturing technologies and training programs for students, educators and employers. The LCCC is one of three community colleges in Ohio working with ARCTOS on this project, funded by the Air Force Research Lab, according to a press release. ...

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What the Big Mac Index says about the dollar and the dong

WHEN The Economist introduced its Big Mac Index 35 years ago, McDonald’s ubiquitous burger was only $ 1.60 in America. Now, it costs $ 5.65, based on an average price across four cities. The increase far exceeds inflation over the same period. Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ...

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