Monthly Archives: October 2021

Independent Lubricants Manufacturers Market 2021 Latest News, Growth Rate, Future Trends and Forecast

The latest research report on the Global Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Market provides the Cumulative Study on the COVID-19 Outbreak to provide the latest information on key features of the Independent Lubricants Manufacturers Market. This intelligence report contains investigations based on current scenarios, historical records and future forecasts. The report contains various market forecasts related to market size, revenue, production, CAGR, ...

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Wheat prices soar, as high fertilizer prices persist • Farm Policy News

In his october Wheat outlook report, the USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) noted that “the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has published its Cereal stocks September 30 report, which stated that wheat stocks on September 1 of this year were the lowest for that date since 2007. Stocks this year are particularly tight based on a smaller crop, as ...

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Ghana Shippers Authority engages stakeholders on AfCFTA

Headquarters of the AfCFTA in Accra The Ghana Shippers Authority organized a forum for importers, exporters and key stakeholders to address the challenges of the sector for the benefit of their businesses. It was also a matter of making shippers aware of developments in the international trade scene and of equipping them to be more competitive on the international market. ...

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Onions Recalled in California and Other States for Salmonella Risk

CALIFORNIA – The Food and Drug Administration has issued a voluntary recall of whole fresh onions sold and distributed in California, citing possible salmonella contamination. © (Shutterstock) The Food and Drug Administration has issued a voluntary recall of whole fresh onions sold and distributed in California, citing possible salmonella contamination. The recalled onions, imported from Mexico and supplied by ProSource ...

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Toyota plans $ 461 million tech upgrade for this manufacturing plant

Toyota is investing $ 461 million in its first US plant to add new technology, increase production flexibility and reduce its carbon footprint, the company said on Friday. The announcement did not include new jobs at the central Kentucky facility, but officials said 1,400 temporary jobs would be converted to permanent positions in a bid to improve recruiting, retain top ...

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India ‘Aatmanirbhar’ this Diwali. Chinese exports expected to suffer 50,000 crore losses | Latest India News

Chinese products are expected to suffer significant losses in India ahead of Diwali and other festivals. The Confederation of All Indian Traders (CAIT) said it was looking at losses estimated at ??50,000 crore from Chinese exporters this year due to Indian boycott of Chinese products in domestic markets. For the Indians to ban crackers and other cheap Chinese festive goods ...

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Scope of Automotive Ashtrays industry 2021-2026: Market analysis with trends and opportunities | Quality importers, RoadPro, Stinky, Talon Development, Things2Die4, uxcell, etc.

The report provides in-depth analysis of the global market for Vehicular ashtray. It presents the latest data on market value, consumption, domestic production, exports and imports, and price dynamics. The Automotive Ashtrays market report shows the sales data, allowing you to identify the major drivers and restraints. Here you can find a strategic analysis of the key factors influencing the ...

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Mickey Kim: MIT’s “Beer Game” Explains Impact of Panic

Long ago, in a land far, far away, you could walk into a grocery store and be tempted by shelves overflowing with a seemingly endless variety and limitless supply of produce to satisfy your every whim. It describes the happy state of the US economy in early 2020, as the well-choreographed ‘dance’ involving the various links in the global supply ...

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Singapore manufacturers expect a favorable trade situation from October to March

By Ronnie Harui SINGAPORE – The business climate in Singapore’s manufacturing sector remains positive for the October-March period despite the Covid-19 situation and pressure on supply chains, the Singapore Economic Development Board said on Friday. Overall, a 16% weighted net of manufacturers anticipates favorable conditions for the period, compared to the third quarter, the EDB said. A 22% weight of ...

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Tourism reset could hurt agricultural exporters

The government’s proposal to reduce the number of future international tourist visitors after Covid-19 to focus on higher-spending visitors may solve one problem but create others, according to researchers at the University of Lincoln. Research by Dr Rob Radics, Dr Muhammad Umar and Associate Professor Anthony Brien has highlighted that most of our agricultural produce delivered fresh to market is ...

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