Monthly Archives: September 2021

FPCCI Export Awards: Alvi rewards the best exporters – Business & Finance

KARACHI: President Dr Arif Alvi, addressing the 44th FPCCI Export Awards distribution ceremony, said that today Pakistan has largely overcome its problems related to Covid and economic growth is heading in the right direction and we sincerely hope that we will give a better Pakistan to our future generations. Despite the difficult circumstances, our business community pursues its activities with ...

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Will $ 80 Oil Destroy Demand?

Oil prices at $ 80 a barrel are, in theory, good for the budgets of major oil-exporting countries. But prices at their highest level in three years may soon turn out to be too good to be true for producers. Major importers typically set the limit at $ 80 of oil, while the recovering global economy may be unable to ...

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09/30/2021 | A week in business – October 1, 2021

Preferred WOC Park & ​​Ride option for a large-scale workforce housing complex; Project of 54 people planned on Dorchester Street OCEAN CITY – Ocean City is working on identifying potential locations for one or more affordable seasonal workforce housing projects and the West Ocean City Park & ​​Ride has become the frontrunner. On Tuesday, the mayor and council heard a ...

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International Foodservice Manufacturers Association (IFMA) Introduces New E-Learning Platform to Industry

CHICAGO, September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The International Foodservice Manufacturers Association (IFMA) today announced the launch of its all-new IFMA Foodservice Education Center, an online learning platform featuring on-demand courses and training opportunities for members of IFMA to enrich their knowledge and understanding of doing business in the restaurant industry. The IFMA Foodservice Training Center features multi-lesson courses ...

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Sinema to raise funds from business groups opposing budget bill

WASHINGTON – Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, the impenetrable Democrat who may hold the key to passing his party’s ambitious social policy and climate bill, is expected to hold a fundraiser on Tuesday after midday with five business lobby groups, many of whom fiercely oppose the bill. Under the political logo of Ms. Sinema, the influential National Association of Wholesalers-Distributors and ...

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China’s manufacturing gauge shows first contraction since early 2020

BEIJING – An official gauge of Chinese factory activity fell into contractionary territory in September for the first time since February 2020, when the world’s second-largest economy was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. The official manufacturing purchasing managers index fell to 49.6 in September, from 50.1 in August, the National Bureau of Statistics said Thursday. That figure, lower than ...

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Exporters honored at the Tasmanian Export Awards 2021

Tasmanian’s top performers in the exporting community were celebrated at the Tasmanian Export Awards 2021, building capacity within the community and creating new jobs – a key priority under the Tasmanian Government’s Business Strategy 2019- 2025. The event took place in the North West at the Paranaple Convention Center in Devonport. This year’s winners represented Tasmania’s leaders in overseas exports ...

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Coffee shortage is coming, and could last three years, importers warn

Coffee drinkers could soon pay more for a dose of caffeine or be served a lower-quality brew, as global price hikes hit the local coffee industry. Key points: World coffee prices jumped 21.6% Climate change and global supply chain issues driving up costs Brazil’s specialty bean importers hit by 40 percent price hike The “world price of coffee” has jumped ...

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Shira Diamonds Offers Wholesale Diamonds and Custom Rings in Dallas

Shira Diamonds, a company based in Dallas, TX, is pleased to announce that it offers custom rings and wholesale diamonds in dallas. They offer Bulk Diamonds, Custom Diamond Rings, Wholesale Diamond Rings, and Diamond Jewelry at competitive wholesale prices. Shira Diamonds only works with the most reputable diamond mines. As such, they have a wide range of diamond nails, loose ...

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Lexmark is reinventing the way manufacturers use the “Internet of Things”

LEXINGTON, Ky. – At the IoT Tech Expo North America virtual event, Lexmark, a global leader in technology solutions, announced a new portfolio of solutions proven to help customers rapidly harness the value of the Internet of Things (IoT), accelerate digital transformation and drive business results. Lexmark Optra IoT solutions leverage the company’s industry-leading cloud, IoT and connectivity technologies and ...

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Cabinet clears ECGC list, infusion of ₹ 4,400 crore in five years

NEW DELHI : The Union’s cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the capital injection on Wednesday ??4,400 crore in ECGC Ltd over five years and listing of the public sector company in fiscal year 23. “The approved injection along with efforts to properly synchronize with ECGC’s listing process through the initial public offering will increase ECGC’s underwriting capacity ...

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Is your parts cleaning an imminent accident?

Keeping parts and components clean is a common aspect of manufacturing. But industrial cleaning products are generally corrosive and flammable. Their use and storage pose a risk to companies. A serious accident at work or a fire on site and an organization risks losing much more than its reputation. That’s why more and more companies are choosing to take advantage ...

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Energy spike benefits exporters – World – Al-Ahram Weekly

Closed pumps at a gas station in Manchester, England (Photos: AP) As Europe anticipates an energy crisis this winter, others are satisfied that oil and gas remain the main dynamo fueling the global economy. According to some commentators, this is even more important than any increase in revenues for oil and gas exporters. Energy contract traders make big profits. Even ...

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Mosques and Kabrastans import ‘halal’ disinfectants from Turkey as places of worship reopen from October 7 in accordance with Covid protocols

Following the announcement by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray that all places of worship will reopen from October 7, there has been a demand for “halal” certified disinfectants in the Muslim community. Leaving no stone unturned to follow Covid security protocols, some mosques, kabrastans and dargahs Mahim and Haji Ali have imported “halal” disinfectants from Turkey, sourcing alcohol-free disinfectants for use ...

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Surplus food market with opening of the “Pay what you feel” policy to fight against food insecurity

Starting October 1, a Rescued Food Market will open in Vancouver, British Columbia, to provide surplus food to those in need as well as those looking to fight food waste and promote a healthy lifestyle. circular economy. Gathered by the Food reserve foundation, the market will be open every Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The foundation collects more ...

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Molex Gives Mobile Device Manufacturers More Design Freedom with New mmWave 5G25 RF Connector Series

According to Molex’s recent global survey, The Future of Mobile Devices, 82% of respondents believe consumers will see substantial benefits of 5G in their smartphones within five years or sooner. Survey respondents ranked ultra-fast 5G (eg, mmWave) as the main technology to disrupt the manufacturing of consumer smart mobile devices. Molex is a leading provider of advanced 5G RF board-to-board ...

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India, US agree on greater trade facilities for compliant exporters

NEW DELHI: The Central Indirect Taxes and Customs Council of India (CBIC) and the United States Customs and Border Protection have agreed to extend the facilities to exporters from their respective countries who meet certain compliance criteria . This was agreed as part of a mutual recognition agreement between the two agencies of the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) program, a ...

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Op-Ed: Potty Dispensaries Can Bring More Green To NJ

I was recently in Los Angeles visiting family in the San Fernando Valley. California legalized recreational pot for adult use in 2016. Now there are dispensaries tucked away in malls, across from car washes, and on main avenues in suburban towns. I visited two – strictly for research purposes, mind you – to get a taste of the new green ...

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Ford, SK to spend $ 11.4 billion to build two manufacturing campuses in the United States dedicated to electric vehicles and batteries – TechCrunch

Ford Motor Company and battery maker SK Innovation plan to spend $ 11.4 billion to build two sprawling campuses in Tennessee and Kentucky that will produce batteries as well as the next generation of F-Series electric trucks – a project that, according to the companies, will create 11,000 new jobs. The facilities on both campuses are designed to cover the ...

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Arrival in Tunisia of the very first shipment of American DDGS

A combination of competitive freight pricing and market-specific education efforts from the US Grains Council led to the very first shipment of Dried Distillers’ Grains with Solubles arriving in Tunisia. The shipment was delivered earlier this month and marked the opening of new opportunities for US growers and shippers to get product into the Mediterranean region. The USGC’s Middle East ...

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Shortage of truck drivers impacting Nottingham pubs and restaurants

Truck driver shortages are impacting Nottingham’s hotel business as many pubs and restaurant kitchens wait for supplies. Fish and chips is not on the menu at the Shepherds Pub in Radcliffe on Trent, while other restaurant chefs say many items that would normally be easy to obtain are temporarily unavailable. Customers also reported seeing several items off the menus due ...

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Pitches of the exporters’ conclave for more productivity | Morung Express

MOKOKCHUNG, SEPTEMBER 27 (MExN): A conclave of exporters was held at the conference hall of the Metsuben Hotel in Mokokchung on September 25. The conclave was organized by the DIC, Mokokchung and the Department of Industries and Trade of Nagaland, in collaboration with the Authority for the Development of Exports of Processed Food and Agricultural Products (APEDA), Director General of ...

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Manufacturing trends, sales channel analysis, competitive landscape

Dublin, Sep 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “North America Ceramic Tile Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report by Product (Glazed Ceramic Tiles, Porcelain Tiles, Scratch Free Ceramic Tiles), by Application, by End Use, by Country and Segment Forecast, 2020-2028 “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. North America Ceramic Tile Market Size Expected to Reach USD 30.67 Billion by ...

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Hyderabad: fruit sellers, depressed workforce

Hyderabad: With the closure of the Kothapet fruit market on Sunday and the government’s decision to relocate it to Batasingaram, vendors, wholesalers, hamalis, commissionaires and workers are depressed. Their main concern is the cost of transport. They alleged that the new Batasingaram market lacks proper equipment. With the market closing, sellers are wondering how to sell their stock. The vendors ...

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Upcoming Economy Week: Consumer Spending, Inflation, Manufacturing

US consumer spending for August is expected to rise. The Commerce Department is expected to release the data on Friday. Photo: John Marshall Mantel / Zuma Press Through WSJ Staff September 26, 2021 3:00 p.m. ET The Commerce Department’s monthly report on U.S. consumer spending highlights this week’s economic data. MONDAY New orders for durable goods in the United States ...

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Coking coal price hits record highs as Chinese steelmakers face pain

The price of metallurgical coal has reached record highs as trade tensions and border issues drive up costs for Chinese importers. Coal for coking has skyrocketed despite declines in the value of iron ore attributed to Chinese steelmakers following a government directive to avoid buying from Australia. The value has jumped to US $ 410 per tonne over the past ...

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Rise in oil prices P1 / liter observed this week

Consumers this week face another rise in oil prices of up to P1 per liter, reflecting price movement in the world oil market, the fifth consecutive price increase amid stronger global oil demand. Unioil Petroleum Philippines said on Sunday that consumers can expect fuel prices to rise next week from September 28 to October 4. liter, ”the company said. On ...

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Vegetable export prospects

Posted: Sept. 26, 2021, 10:35 p.m. After showing mixed performance in the first few years, the export of vegetables from Bangladesh now looks set to take off and, too, dramatically. A recent report from FE indicates that the country’s vegetable shipments reached 100 percent growth during the July-August period of the current fiscal year. The feat was not easy to ...

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The city’s first skyscraper had a short-lived title

Editor’s Note: Check back The Dallas Morning News Archive. When it opened in 1909, the Praetorian Building towered over downtown Dallas. Built at Main Street and Stone Place, it was Dallas’ first 15-story skyscraper. The structure was the tallest building in Texas – and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. If anyone looked at Dallas, they saw the ...

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Titusville Manufacturing Support Center opens | New

TITUSVILLE – The Manufacturing Assistance Center, which offers advanced hands-on training for machining and manufacturing tools, has opened in Titusville Opportunity Park. The new center, part of the University of Pittsburgh’s Titusville Education and Training Center, opened in Business Park Building 5, located at 701 E. Spring St., on the east side. from the city. An open house was held ...

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Importer-exporter code not updated after 2005 to be deactivated from October 6

Outlook September 26, 2021 10:44 IST Importer-exporter code not updated after 2005 to be deactivated from October 6 perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 New Delhi, Sept. 26 (PTI) The Ministry of Commerce has decided to deactivate all Importer-Exporter (IEC) codes that have not been updated after January 2005 with effect from October 6 of this year, a measure that ...

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Import of fresh fruit accelerates after tax refund: FBR – Journal

KHYBER: Federal Revenue Council Chairman Dr Mohammad Ashfaq said on Saturday that the importation of fresh fruit from Afghanistan had gained momentum after the removal of the sales tax on their importation, imposed there. a few days ago. He said this during his visit to the Torkham border with customs collector, Peshawar, Amjadur Rehman and other officials from the FBR ...

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Coronavirus News Highlights: PM Modi Urges Vaccine Makers Around The World To ‘Make In India’

I invite vaccine makers around the world to make vaccines in India, Prime Minister Modi told UN General Assembly Coronavirus Vaccine Registration, Latest Update from Covid-19 India, Coronavirus Case in India Today, Highlights from September 25: The year 2019 stunned humans with the emergence of the new coronavirus. A year later, in 2020, scientists around the world worked at breakneck ...

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District level exporters’ agreement held in Margao

Panaji: In an effort to promote Goa’s products and services and to publicize government support to exporters for international trade, a district-level exporters conclave was held in Ravindra Bhavan Margao on Saturday. The conclave focused on female entrepreneurship was inaugurated by the Director of Industries, Commerce and Commerce, Swetika Sachan, IAS. The program was organized by the Directorate of Industries, ...

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Sustainable Solutions to Solve Import Rejections – Food, Medicines, Healthcare, Life Sciences

Canada: Sustainable solutions to resolve import rejections September 25, 2021 Gowling WLG To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. This article originally appeared in Food in Canada and is republished with permission from the publisher. When a shipment is rejected at the border, time is of the essence as storage costs add up and delays can disrupt ...

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Intel Leads Way to Expansion of Chandler Chip Manufacturing Plant

Intel on Friday inaugurated its new expansion plant in Arizona. Here is a glimpse of the big event that could lead to many new jobs in the Valley. CHANDLER, Arizona – As the world faces a global semiconductor chip shortage, Arizona is expected to be a hub for chip wafers. Intel on Friday opened two semiconductor manufacturing plants, or factories, ...

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City Supply Profits From Rise In Electronic Commerce And Continues To Adapt To New Trends | Texas

HOUSTON, September 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – City Supply Company, Inc, founded in 1946 as a small downtown plumbing supply distributor Houston has evolved into one of the largest online plumbing wholesalers in North America. The company was a pioneer in e-commerce and this online retailer now offers thousands of plumbing products as well as industrial tools such as ...

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Employment in plastics manufacturing overtakes U.S. manufacturing industry

Despite a widespread movement to reduce the production and use of plastics, demand for the material shows no signs of slowing down. The Plastic Industry Association Size and Impact Report 2021, which is released annually, provides a benchmark in terms of data on employment, capital spending, shipments, and other specialist numbers. “The plastics manufacturing industry has grown faster than any ...

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FinMin notifies the procedure for granting rights credit for goods exported under RoDTEP

The Ministry of Finance has notified the procedure for granting duty credit for exported goods under the tax refund scheme on remission of duties and taxes on exported products (RoDTEP). Tariffs for 8,555 products, including marine, agriculture, leather, gemstones and jewelry, were announced as part of the export promotion program in August this year. The value of the goods for ...

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African Development Fund approves $ 116 million to upgrade road corridor in Tanzania

The African Development Fund board on Wednesday approved a loan of around $ 116 million to the Tanzanian government to modernize a 160 km Mnivata-Newala-Masasi road corridor in the south of the country. The Bank loan represents 98.71% of the project cost; the Tanzanian government will provide the remaining 1.29% of the funding. The project will upgrade the causeway, including ...

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Costco’s e-commerce sales up 44.4% year-on-year

Costco reported fourth-quarter e-commerce profits up 11.2% year-on-year and 44.4% for its fiscal year, according to a Press release. Costco executive vice president and chief financial officer Richard A. Galanti said the company has seen its mobile app reach more than 10 million downloads. “It is continually improving with additional features to come,” he said, by a transcription of a ...

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Paragon Medical Paves the Way for New Additive Manufacturing Plant in Pierceton, IN | Indiana

PIERCETON, Ind., September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Paragon Medical, a global supplier of medical components and products, announced the inauguration of a new additive manufacturing facility in Pierceton, Indiana. Paragon Medical inaugurated the new facility today in the presence of local dignitaries including Joseph Thallemer, Mayor of Warsaw; David Rosenberg, executive vice-president of the IEDC; and Mary martin, ...

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AP Chambers deplores the shortage of containers for exports

Vijayawada: The Federation of PA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PA Chambers) during a representation to Union Minister of Trade and Industry Piyush Goyal briefed him that a sufficient number of containers were not available at major ports, causing problems for the country’s exporters. Speaker of Chambers Pydah Krishna Prasad and Secretary General B Rajasekhar stressed in the memorandum that ...

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South African wine industry plans more exports to China

by Xinhua writer Lyu Tianran CAPE WINELANDS, South Africa, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) – The constantly emerging vineyards along the roads of the southwestern tip of South Africa were nearly bare this time of September, the first month of spring here. Although in stark contrast to those in wine-growing countries in the northern hemisphere, South African wineries expect their vines to ...

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State sues major Minnesota egg farmer, accuses it of price hikes in pandemic

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is suing Sparboe Farms, alleging the Litchfield-based egg farmer scammed consumers during the pandemic’s initial food-buying spree. Sparboe retaliates, saying the attorney general’s office either does not understand how the industry works or wrongly blames it for forces beyond the control of the company. It is the latest in a series of lawsuits filed against ...

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Residential construction is essential to the US economy and supports several manufacturing industries

WASHINGTON, DC (WWLP) – Everything you need to build and furnish a home comes from businesses that employ hundreds of thousands of people and generate billions of dollars in revenue. From concrete, lumber, and nails to rugs, appliances, and furniture, every item must be made, shipped, sold, and delivered, creating a nationwide network that is a vital driver of the ...

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What’s on the horizon for UK meat exports to the EU?

Despite home to the lion’s share of red meat and dairy exports, shipments to the EU have steadily declined over the past 18 months – factors such as Brexit, COVID-19 and the subsequent closure of the restoration having a major impact. However, according to AHDB’s latest Horizon report, “Exploring the EU: Understanding Consumers’ Needs”, opportunities still exist to increase business ...

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Even the humble Suzuki Swift can’t escape the labor tax

Thursday September 23, 2021, 3:46 p.m.Press release: New Zealand National Party Transport Minister Michael Wood urgently needs to clarify who will be exposed to his car tax, National Transport spokesman David Bennett said. “When Minister Wood launched his car tax, he said it would focus on the most polluting vehicles. But he also presented a document to Cabinet showing that ...

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That cup of coffee will probably go up – Times-Herald

It’s 8 ounces (probably 12 ounces) of sky that is about to hit Earth. Or, if you’re lucky, you’ve just hit the whirlpool. Supply chain delays associated with pandemics have hit coffee suppliers on bank accounts. Usually this means that the consumer (i.e. you) is feeling a pinch. A container of valuable grain docked in the Port of Oakland? The ...

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Specialty Food Association Moves Winter Food Show 2022 from San Francisco to Las Vegas

The event will now take place from February 6 to 8 NEW YORK, September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Specialty Food Association (SFA) moves the Winter Fancy Food Show 2022 to Las Vegas Moscone Center Convention Center (LVCC) in San Francisco. Functioning February 6-8, the show will feature food and drink specialties from national and international exhibitors, as ...

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Cosmobeds announces new partnerships and integrations

Anxious to offer its partner hoteliers the best options on the market, Cosmolits, a global wholesaler and DMC specialist, recently announced new collaborations and integrations into its platform. “We are developing and growing”, says the founder and CEO of Cosmobeds, Georges marsellos. Cosmobeds has launched strategic partnerships with the distribution channel, HyperGuest; hotel marketing solutions company, Parity rate; and provider ...

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Gold exporters want government to cut new taxes

By MARTIN LUTHER OKETCH The government is still engaging stakeholders, including gold exporters, who have called for the current commodity tax regime to be revised downward. Under the Mining (Amendment) Bill 2021, the government imposed a tax of $ 200 on every kilogram of gold exported. However, the levy has been revised to 5 percent for each kilogram of precious ...

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Michigan Cannabis Manufacturers Association Approves Biparty Bill To Tighten Cannabis Testing Laws

MICHIGAN – The Michigan Cannabis Manufacturers Association, which represents many of the state’s largest cannabis companies, applauds bills proposed last week in the State House that seek to improve cannabis safety testing. Called the Michigan Cannabis Safety Act, the three bills seek to regulate and curb untested and unauthorized producers by requiring that all cannabis be tested, tracked and labeled ...

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CM opens Vanijya Utsav – Exporter Conclave: Sep 22, 21 ~ E-Pao! Securities

Source: The Sangai Express / DIPR Imphal, September 21, 2021:A Vanijya Utsav – Exporters Conclave for the Promotion of Export Oriented Businesses in Manipur was opened today by Chief Minister N Biren Singh at the Classic Grande Hotel, Chingmeirong. The opening ceremony was organized by the Department of Textiles, Trade and Industry in association with the General Directorate of Foreign ...

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Port Houston sets monthly freight record in August

Port Houston processed its highest month on record for a twenty-foot equivalent unit total at 320,086 in August, a 29% increase from the same period last year. The port also recorded the highest monthly loaded imports on record with 159,791 TEUs in August, a 37% increase from August 2020. “We are securing our position as a centrally located port serving ...

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SMA damage claims adjuster

Decades ago, a chorus began that predicted the death of the insurance agent. Internet was going to eliminate the intermediaries! Disintermediation would lead to the disappearance of the traditional insurance agent! But here we are – years later – and distribution intermediaries like agents, brokers, wholesalers and the like don’t just survive, they thrive. I believe adjusters and professionals in ...

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Government to launch 24-hour hotline for exporters: Piyush Goyal

Government to launch 24-hour hotline for exporters: Piyush Goyal New Delhi, September 21 (KNN) The government will institutionalize a 24-hour “hotline” for assistance to exporters and problem solving, Trade and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday at the launch of the week’s national celebrations. emblematic of Amrit Mahotsav for the Ministry of Trade and Industry. The Union Minister said ...

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Kenya: cost of imports to rise as shilling hits new low

The Kenyan shilling continued to weaken against major currencies on Monday, hitting its lowest point this year yesterday in the economy’s latest nightmare. Official data from the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) shows the local currency traded on average at 110.16 shillings for every US dollar, which promises to make imports more expensive in the coming days. Kenya is a ...

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Building an agricultural supply chain on bandwidth

During the early days of the lockdown in 2020, farmers and wholesalers across the country faced adverse conditions to deliver their produce to major city markets. As a result, farmers suffered from strain in their income streams while consumers suffered inflated prices due to lack of supply. This situation was caused by the rather archaic supply chain through which farmers ...

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Cement manufacturers urged to start new factories early

LAHORE: The government of Punjab on Monday warned cement manufacturers that new certificates of no objection (NOC) issued for the installation of cement plants in the province could be canceled if they fail to launch projects within a deadline six months from the date of issue. The warning was issued by Punjab’s Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Mian Aslam ...

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Government celebrates commercial success of UK creative industries with new export aid announcements

The creative industries will benefit from government support through a new package of measures announced at an event organized by the Department of International Trade (DIT) yesterday (Monday, September 20). The event brought together business leaders from the UK’s creative industries – television and film, music, publishing, fashion, games, advertising and immersive technology – to celebrate their export success and ...

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Shaheen Urges Federal Maritime Commission to Address Rising Costs of Overseas Shipping and Help NH Companies Stay afloat

September 20, 2021 (Manchester, NH) – US Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) sent a letter to the Federal Maritime Commission last week urging the agency to deal with soaring costs of importing goods that threaten operations and the economic recovery of New Hampshire businesses. Shaheen noted the existential threat to small businesses that cannot afford container tariffs whose costs, in some ...

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DoorDash will now bring you alcohol, escalating delivery wars

By Jackie Davalos | Bloomberg DoorDash Launches Dedicated Alcohol Delivery Service, Advancing Into Non-Food Categories As The Battle For On-Demand Delivery Intensifies With Uber Technologies and Instacart. DoorDash will offer beer, wine and spirits to the DoorDash Marketplace in 20 U.S. states and Washington, DC, as well as Canada and Australia, the company said on Monday. Customers will be able ...

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TDK Ventures invests in seed cycle for lithium-ion dry electrode manufacturing start-up, AM Batteries

– AM Batteries (AMB) is a Boston-based start-up additive manufacturing company focused on the lithium-ion dry electrode market – AMB’s core technology combines unique knowledge of multiparticulate physico-chemical modeling, surface chemistry and battery electrode process engineering to enable mass production of dry electrode technology – TDK will support the rapid maturation and commercialization of AMB’s revolutionary dry electrode coating methodology ...

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MLP SA: Group and BayernLB enter into a € 41.25 million transaction to finance the Unna project

MLP Group (MLP Logistic Park Germany I) has signed a credit facility agreement with BayernLB (Bayerische Landesbank) for an investment credit facility of EUR 41.25 million (approx. PLN 188 million). The facility will be used to finance the MLP Logistics Park Unna project. The partnership with the bank will strengthen the financial stability of the MLP group. The MLP Group ...

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LNG at $ 25 / MMBtu Sparks Fuel Switch, Stifles Asian Spot Market Activity

LNG spot prices in Asia exceeding $ 25 / MMBtu prompted the region’s largest natural gas importers to scramble to cover exposure to energy prices for the winter, dampening spot market interest and accelerated the shift to alternative fuels. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes and personalize your experience. Register now Japanese LNG importers have said the price ...

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Electric Vehicle Battery Market Outlook, Industry Demand, and Major Manufacturers Analysis Report by Emergen Research

Emerging research logo Growing demand for emission control systems and the establishment of green power generation for electric vehicle batteries are driving market demand VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, September 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The global electric vehicle battery market is expected to reach $ 46.80 billion by 2027, according to a new report from Emergen Research. One of the main drivers ...

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Why the crisis for exporters could prove to be a boon for the shipping industry

In August, a group of exporters announced that they would approach India’s Competition Commission to investigate possible cartelization by shipping companies. The basis of its complaints are skyrocketing freight rates – up to three to four times in the past year – and a 15 percent drop in container availability. But shipping companies say this sharp increase in logistics costs ...

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OP-ED: Countertrade: an alternative option to explore export markets

The current policy framework requires that export payments be made through bank channels in convertible foreign currencies Bangladesh tries to explore untapped export markets from Central Asia to Eurasia, West Asia to Africa, the Caribbean to South America and many other destinations. This means that the export orientation will be broader without being limited to Europe and North America. Various ...

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Kale at America’s Largest Grocery Chain Could Be Contaminated, 6 More Recalls You Need To Know This Week

If you’ve eaten your greens, great job. Just a warning: This week there are a remarkable number of products, as well as frozen foods, sold across the country that are now on the active recall list released by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). . It’s been a busy week in the recalls world… we’ve got the details ...

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Gadkari asks small automakers to include more airbags

Indian cars are notoriously lagging behind their global counterparts in terms of safety features. Companies selling the same car in different markets are also missing out on some key safety features when they launch in India. The Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari has called on car manufacturers to start offering more safety to even small and cheaper ...

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