Monthly Archives: October 2021

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

[ad_1] 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, ...

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Ghana Shippers Authority engages stakeholders on AfCFTA

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Onions Recalled in California and Other States for Salmonella Risk

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Toyota plans $ 461 million tech upgrade for this manufacturing plant

[ad_1] 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 ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Singapore manufacturers expect a favorable trade situation from October to March

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Tourism reset could hurt agricultural exporters

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Nat’l Black Farm Org Joins PETA, Slams Choking, Beheading Animals For Marketing

[ad_1] For immediate release:28 October 2021 Contact:Amanda Hays 202-483-7382 Washington – A national advocacy group for black farmers and other underserved minorities joined PETA campaign prevent fruit, vegetable and grain research and promotion (R&P) commissions (or “levies”) from charging farmers mandatory assessment fees to fund animal experiments. The lethal tests are supposedly carried out in an attempt to boost the ...

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Anhauser-Busch donates water to firefighters | Community

[ad_1] The Austin Volunteer Fire Company Inc. recently received canned emergency drinking water to help provide essential hydration to its responders during this year’s wildfire season. On October 7, Crescent Beer Of Mt. Jewett, a local wholesale partner of Anheuser-Busch, dropped off a pallet of drinking water at the department to help meet its forest fire response needs. . The ...

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Watch Now: Crews Demolish Section of Walrus Manufacturing Building After Collapse | Story

[ad_1] Workers begin to demolish Walrus Manufacturing Jackson clay DECATUR – As the sun rose Wednesday morning, parts of the Walrus Manufacturing Co. warehouse lay in ruins near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Wabash Avenue. By the afternoon, demolition crews had demolished the northwest corner of the four-story warehouse dating from the early 1900s. The fate of the rest ...

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BGMEA sees the future in high-end, value-added apparel

[ad_1] Garment exporters in Bangladesh need to focus more on high-end, value-added garments like technical garments as their demand is high in the global market, Faruque Hassan, president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, said on Tuesday ( BGMEA). The demand for articles of clothing made from synthetic fibers (MMF) is increasing in the global market, and Bangladeshi ...

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Cresco Labs’ Summer of Social Justice initiative raised over $ 250,000 and supported the deregistration process of over 1,000 people with cannabis-related criminal records

[ad_1] CHICAGO – Cresco Laboratories (CSE: CL) (OTCQX: CRLBF) (“Cresco Labs” or “the Company”), a vertically integrated multi-state operator and America’s leading wholesaler of branded cannabis products, today announced its national initiative ” Summer of Social Justice “raised over $ 250,000 for community organizations focused on social justice and supported the de-listing process for over 1,000 people with cannabis-related criminal ...

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FCC trade report shows strong agricultural and food exports in 2020

[ad_1] Despite a global contraction in agricultural exports, 2020 has been a relatively good year for Canadian agricultural and food exporters, according to the latest trade report from Farm Credit Canada (FCC). “Canada’s agriculture and food industry has been resilient in these difficult times and has the potential to emerge even stronger from this pandemic as our producers, agricultural product ...

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Registration open for the Food Africa Importer Program

[ad_1] (MENAFN- Brazilian-Arab News Agency (ANBA)) Ṣo Paulo РBrazilian companies intending to participate as importers in Food Africa, a food fair in Cairo from December 12 to 14, must register with the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) by October 31. The institution convenes the interested parties, supporting the Egyptian economic and commercial office in Ṣo Paulo. Applicants could be ...

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10x Genomics Celebrates Opening of Singapore Manufacturing and Trade Hub

[ad_1] Strengthens supply chain continuity with the first manufacturing facility outside the United States Posted: October 25, 2021 at 5:00 a.m. CDT|Update: 9 minutes ago SINGAPORE, 25 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – 10x Genomics (Nasdaq: TXG), a leader in life sciences focused on harnessing biology to advance human health, today marked a milestone Asia Pacific (APAC) with the celebration ...

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containers: ‘Containergeddon’ brings sugar and rice shippers back to bulk carriers

[ad_1] NEW YORK: Food traders are moving from containers to dry bulk carriers to transport refined sugar and rice, hoping to avoid shipping delays caused by container shortages and port congestion the industry calls ” containergeddon, “according to traders. Container transport has been hit by exorbitant costs and delays amid booming transport demand, while container terminals in ports struggle to ...

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Like Bond, DHL delivers even if the mission is complex: Sandeep Juneja

[ad_1] Sandeep Juneja, VP-Sales & Marketing, DHL Express India, looks at the logistics delivery brand locking experience and performance, as well as the international ‘License to Deliver’ brand campaign released with the new James Bond film , “No Time to Die” ON THE LOCKOUT AND EMOTIONALIZATION OF DHL Lack of air capacity and a surge in cross-border online shopping have ...

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British bakery warned after using banned American Sprinkles

[ad_1] A bakery owner in the UK was warned by the police to stop using American sprinkles banned in the United Kingdom. The red food coloring is called E127, or erythrosine. The American sequins contained a food coloring additive which is not approved for most uses in the UK. It’s only approved for use in UK cocktail cherries and candied ...

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BD and Hughes Brothers named Manufacturers of the Year | Lifestyles

[ad_1] LINCOLN – Becton, Dickinson and Company, also known as BD, and Hughes Brothers, Inc., have been named Nebraska Manufacturers of the Year, according to a press release. Hughes Brothers received the Small Manufacturers Award, while BD received the Large Manufacturers Award. The award recognizes manufacturers in Nebraska who implement innovative ways of doing business through the use of products, ...

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Saudi Arabia, world’s largest oil exporter, targets net zero emissions by 2060, Auto News, ET Auto

[ad_1] RIYAD (Reuters) – The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that the world’s largest oil exporter aims to reach net zero emissions by 2060 and more than double its annual carbon reduction target. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his energy minister said OPEC member Saudi Arabia will tackle climate change while ensuring stability in the oil ...

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Canadian companies complacent about cybersecurity, says leading manufacturing agency

[ad_1] Executives at Canadian manufacturing companies are not taking cybersecurity seriously enough, says the head of an agency trying to encourage advanced manufacturing in that country. “There is a high degree of complacency,” Jayson Myers, CEO of Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), a nonprofit leading an advanced manufacturing supercluster, said in an interview. The C-suite has what he called “a ...

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UK trading partners agree to end relentlessly coal-fired export credit support

[ad_1] Major international trading partners, including the US, EU, Australia and Canada, today agreed to end export credit support for coal-fired power plants. This was agreed at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) meeting before COP26. The UK ended all financial support for overseas fossil fuel projects in March 2021 and encourages international partners to make similar commitments ...

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Concerned EU importers turn to trucks for Chinese goods

[ad_1] HAMBURG, Germany – Footwear distributor Hamm Market Solutions needed to ensure this year’s fall / winter collection arrived in Germany on time from its supplier’s factory in South China’s Guangdong Province – or face having to dispose of 84,000 pairs of casual shoes at a major shed. Werner Prigandt, the company’s logistics chief, knew it would be risky to ...

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Why are COVID-19 home test kits hard to find?

[ad_1] Covid-19 testing sites are located throughout the city. Anyone can stop by the CVS Pharmacy, Deaconess Hospital, and even Walmart for free COVID-19 tests. All you have to do is make an appointment. The same cannot be said for COVID-19 home test kits. Many drugstores and stores in the tri-state either do not have them in stock or have ...

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Manufacturers of surgical dressings continue to strike

[ad_1] About 2,000 looms involved in the manufacture of surgical dressing fabrics went on strike for the second day in a row to demand a reduction in the price of raw materials. The manufacturers, under the auspices of the Association of Surgical Dressing Tissue Manufacturers, Chatrapatti, began the four-day strike from Wednesday. The looms are located in Chatrapatti, Samsigapuram, Sankarapandiyapuram ...

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Claims still ripe in battle of maraschino cherries, court says

[ad_1] By Matthew Santoni (October 20, 2021, 6:02 p.m. EDT) – A New Jersey federal judge has said that an importer and distributor of maraschino cherries can pursue their unfair competition lawsuit against a pair of rivals because they l ‘had correctly explained how they were injured by the alleged imitations. Hotaling & Co. LLC and Sanniti LLC had declared ...

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Selling crackers will be a low-key affair

[ad_1] Wholesalers Cite Sharp Price Rise, Falling Demand Due to COVID-19 Pandemic With many consumers struggling to buy even basic necessities, the sale of firecrackers for Deepavali in the city is expected to be a low-key affair this year. Parry’s Corner wholesalers say they have barely started to see sales. “About five years ago we had business for 40 days. ...

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Global Contract Pharmaceutical Dose Manufacturing Industry Report 2021 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

[ad_1] DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Contract Pharmaceutical Dose Manufacturing Industry – Composition, Size, Market Share and Outlook, Edition 2021” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This expert trending report is a comprehensive overview of the 2021 finished dose contract manufacturing landscape, including an analysis of CMO’s merger and acquisition activity, size and share of Marlet. It is ...

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“How Nigerian Manufacturers and Exporters Can Exploit Currency Weakness” | The Guardian Nigeria News

[ad_1] Local manufacturers and non-oil exporters have been urged to take advantage of the devalued currency to improve their export capacity and hedge against local challenges, especially under the Continental Free Trade Area agreement. African (AfCFTA). Giving advice during the annual virtual forum for clients of the SME Directorate of the Bank of Industry (BoI), Francis Anatogu, Senior Special Assistant ...

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Double-digit price hikes on Chinese exports add to inflation risk

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – Business is booming for Zhejiang Zhendong Leisure Products, which produces about 1 million folding chairs a year at its factory in eastern China, many of which are found on porches and American gardens in across Europe. Bloomberg’s Most Read A spike in demand since the pandemic has resulted in a backlog of orders until next April and ...

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Jackson State students volunteer for Manufacturing Month

[ad_1] JACKSON, Tenn. – Jackson State Community College manufacturing students step out of the classroom to celebrate Manufacturing Month. “Every Monday we send a group of students and they provide a service to Whitney here at the Animal Care Center using the manufacturing skills that they are learning,” said Cathi Roberts, Completion Coordinator of the Technology Program. engineering systems. During ...

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Australian wine exports reflect difficult year

[ad_1] Australian wine exports declined 24% in value to $ 2.27 billion and 17% in volume to 638 million liters in the year ending September 2021, according to the latest export report from Wine Australia released today. The average value also fell 9 percent to $ 3.56 per liter free on board (FOB). The decline was attributed to a significant ...

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SUBJECT PAGE: Sustainability in the Fertilizer Industry

[ad_1] LAST NEWS BLOG: China offers major climate hope as latest IEA report highlights developing world By John Richardson 18-Oct-21 03:59 SINGAPORE (CIHI) – Much of the media coverage on the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) new World Energy Outlook, which was released last week , was so, so parochial that it focused on the links between study and the energy ...

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One80 Intermediaries appoints Edward Lopes as COO

[ad_1] BOSTON, October 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Intermediaries One80 (One80), a specialized insurance broker headquartered in Boston, announced today Edouard Lopes has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of One80. As COO, Mr. Lopes will further enable the integration of new business acquisitions and advance information technology platforms, sales and marketing strategy, and business optimization. One80 process. With over ...

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Sudanese traders divert cargo to neighboring countries

[ad_1] By MAWAHIB ABDALLATIF The main port of Sudan, which consists of six specialized ports and Sudan’s largest export and import trader, has suffered the biggest setback in more than 100 years since its inception during the period of English rule in Sudan . Businessmen and companies dealing with Port Sudan suffered losses due to their global commitments, traders began ...

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Decomposing body of 69-year-old man found at Pasir Panjang wholesale center – Mothership.SG

[ad_1] Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg The body of a 69-year-old man was found in the Pasir Panjang wholesale center, after the corpse began to decompose and a nearby wholesaler smelled and spotted a “foul-smelling liquid” flowing from the unit, Shin Min Daily News (SMDN) reported. The body was discovered at 5:26 p.m. on October 9, ...

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Manufacturers demand action on ‘cartel-type’ shipping charges

[ad_1] The shipping industry must be investigated into allegations of “cartel-like” behavior and rising fees that are causing shortages and fueling inflation, the manufacturers demanded. MakeUK, the trade body that represents Britain’s industrial base, is asking the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to examine whether soaring freight costs can be justified. It joins an earlier request from the British Chambers ...

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How can agritech solve the great Indian agrarian crisis?

[ad_1] Contributing around 15% to India’s GDP, the agricultural sector supports nearly half of the country’s population. With over 265 million people engaged in agriculture, India is the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables. However, India still has a long way to go in terms of exporting “products”. Research by the Agricultural and Processed Food Export Development Authority (APEDA) ...

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Christmas tree maker warns of supply shortages and price increases: “Go out and buy today”

[ad_1] It could be a blue Christmas this year for buyers of artificial trees. Wholesalers warn strong demand coupled with nationwide supply shortages are limiting inventory and pushing retail prices up ahead of the holiday season. “What we are telling consumers is act now, go out and buy today,” National Tree Company CEO Chris Butler told America Reports on Friday. ...

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Global Magnetic Ferrite Powder Industry to 2026 – by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Application, and Product Type – ResearchAndMarkets.com

[ad_1] DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The “Global Magnetic Ferrite Powder Market Overview 2021, Analysis and Forecast to 2026, by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Application, Product Type” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report describes the global Ferrite Magnetic Powder market size from 2016 to 2020 and its CAGR from 2016 to 2020, and also forecasts its market size ...

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EXCLUSIVE China seeks to lock down US LNG as energy crisis raises concerns – sources

[ad_1] SINGAPORE / NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (Reuters) – Major Chinese energy companies are in advanced talks with U.S. exporters to secure long-term supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG), amid soaring gas prices and shortages electricity sources are compounding concerns about the country’s energy security, according to several sources. At least five Chinese companies, including Sinopec Corp and China National ...

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The U.S. Port Supply Chain Solution Challenge: Selling 24/7 Teams

[ad_1] Shipping containers are unloaded from ships at a container terminal at the Port of Long Beach-Port of Los Angeles complex in Los Angeles, California, United States, April 7, 2021. REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson / File Photo LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14 (Reuters) – The Port of Los Angeles is starting hard work to convince terminal operators, importers, warehouse owners and ...

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City of Port Arthur joins regulation of opioid manufacturers – Port Arthur News

[ad_1] The city of Port Arthur voted unanimously this week to join a growing list of Texas communities demanding reimbursement for a multi-state program regarding the “fraudulent and / or reckless marketing and / or distribution of opioids that resulted in additions and overdoses ”. The move is part of a multibillion-dollar settlement between several states and opioid makers Johnson ...

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Middle Eastern oil giants clash in market share skirmish

[ad_1] The Middle East’s largest oil exporters are battling for market share in the most prized oil market, Asia, although Asian crude imports have been relatively low over the past three months. The peak of the Delta variant of the coronavirus and higher Middle Eastern oil prices in summer reduced both Asia’s total crude oil consumption and imports from Gulf ...

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Electrika celebrates its 25 years!

[ad_1] Electrika was launched in September 1996, which means it just celebrated its 25th anniversary last month! Much has changed since the use of floppy disks in 1996, but Electrika has always provided great free estimating software for electrical contractors. Electrika is a software company dedicated to producing the highest quality electronic catalogs for manufacturers and the best possible estimation ...

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Japanese manufacturers’ mood at 6-month low in October – Reuters

[ad_1] TOKYO, Oct. 13 (Reuters) – Japanese manufacturers have become less positive about economic conditions as the outlook for the services sector has improved to levels not seen since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Reuters poll showed October tankan. Manufacturers were the least optimistic in six months as the mood in the service sector remained in contraction as ...

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Vegetable exports increase by 82.88%, fruits by 23.49%

[ad_1] Vegetable exports increased 82.88% in the first two months of the current fiscal year (fiscal year 2021-2022) compared to exports in the corresponding period last year. During the period July-August 21, vegetables worth $ 38.27 million were exported, compared to $ 20.92 million in the same period last year. According to data released by Pakistan’s Bureau of Statistics, tobacco ...

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The rebound in oil prices widens economic gaps between exporters and importers in the Middle East and North Africa (IIF)

[ad_1] The rebound in oil prices is widening economic gaps between oil exporters and importers in the Middle East and North Africa, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said. The region is expected to grow 2.3% this year and 4.3% in 2022 after a consolidated 3.8% contraction in gross domestic product last year, said IIR, a trade body for the ...

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Eneos acquires Japan Renewable Energy Corp. for 200 billion yen

[ad_1] Oil wholesaler Eneos Holdings Inc. announced Monday that it will acquire Tokyo-based renewable energy company Japan Renewable Energy Corp. for about 200 billion yen. Under an agreement reached on the same day, Japan Renewable Energy will be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Eneos by the end of January next year. Eneos will acquire all shares in terms of voting rights ...

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MRNA Synthesis and Manufacturing Services Market, 2030

[ad_1] DUBLIN, October 11, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “MRNA Synthesis and Manufacturing Services Market by Product Type, Application Areas, Operation Scale, Geographical Regions: Industry Trends and Global Forecast, 2021 -2030 »has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The report “mRNA Synthesis and Manufacturing Market, 2021-2030” presents an in-depth study of the current market landscape and future opportunities for players ...

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How exporting and importing MSMEs will benefit from IFSCA’s decision to help India tap into the global $ 3 trillion factoring market

[ad_1] in July this year, parliament passed the Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill 2021 to assist MSMEs with better avenues of access to credit, in particular through TReDS. Credit and financing for MSMEs: Invoice discounting, factoring or trade finance is an extremely important market globally – over $ 3 trillion and is expected to be worth around $ 6 billion to ...

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Northern Australian cattle export trade lulls

[ad_1] A cattle export ship maneuvered alongside Darwin Harbor. LACK of supplies, high livestock prices and COVID-related disruptions in key markets have hampered the northern Australian livestock shipping trade since August. Export sources have warned in recent months that shipments will slow significantly in the face of increasing headwinds, including the speed at which the Delta variant of COVID has ...

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RBZ summons companies for price madness

[ad_1] The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business JournalistRESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya said yesterday his meeting with the companies this morning was not a witch hunt, but an effort by authorities to grasp the root cause of the madness prevailing price. The all-stakeholder forum attended by representatives of retailers, producers, wholesalers and all those involved in ...

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ZimTrade Predicts Export Growth – The Standard

[ad_1] BY MTHANDAZO NYONI Trade promotion and development agency ZimTrade says Zimbabwe’s exports will continue on the known growth path throughout this year until December. Growth has been supported by reforms aimed at developing and promoting relationships that facilitate export growth. “Zimbabwe’s exports in recent months have followed an upward trend and are expected to continue to grow throughout the ...

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The Netherlands seizes 8,000 air conditioners out of quota

[ad_1] NETHERLANDS: Dutch authorities have taken coercive action against two public limited companies for importing more than 8,000 air conditioners and heat pumps without the necessary F gas quota. According to the Inspectorate for the Human Environment and Transport (ILT), the Dutch body responsible for enforcing F-gas regulations, the two companies illegally imported around 128 heat pumps and 8,230 air ...

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Arrival of Telsa’s Austin HQ has an effect on manufacturing

[ad_1] Manufacturing is already a booming industry in Austin with a high demand for workers. The move of Tesla’s headquarters to the Texas capital could be a double-edged sword. AUSTIN, Texas – With the relocation of Tesla’s headquarters to Austin, the Texas capital is making a name for itself nationally and internationally in the manufacturing industry. “It’s a very positive ...

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China’s energy crisis affects everything from iPhones to milk

[ad_1] By Jeff Sutherland and Tom Hancock (Bloomberg) – The blow from China’s energy crisis begins to spread around the world, hurting everyone, from Toyota Motor Corp. Australian sheep farmers and cardboard box manufacturers. The extreme power shortage caused by soaring coal prices at the world’s largest exporter is expected to hurt China’s growth, and the impact on supply chains ...

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Colabor Announces Date of Third Quarter 2021 Results Conference Call

[ad_1] Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. BOUCHERVILLE, Quebec, 08 Oct 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Groupe Colabor inc. (TSX: GCL) (“Colabor” or the “Company”) will release its results for the third quarter ended September 4, 2021, after market close on Thursday, October 14, 2021. A conference call to discuss these results will be held ...

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Drugmakers – Should Specialty & Generic Stock Organogenesis Holdings Inc (ORGO) be in your portfolio on Thursday?

[ad_1] A 91 rating places Organogenesis Holdings Inc (ORGO) near the top of the industry for drug manufacturers – specialties and generics according to Investors Observer. Organogenesis Holdings Inc’s score of 91 means it scores over 91% of stocks in the industry. Organogenesis Holdings Inc also received an overall rating of 51, placing it above 51% of all inventory. Drug ...

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“We have increased our pomegranate production by 15% this year”

[ad_1] The Egyptian pomegranate season is in full swing and demand has been strong in international and domestic markets. An exporter takes pride in the fact that the pesticide residue test did not detect any traces of pesticides, which was a major selling point for the company. May Salem, Managing Director of Egyptian fruit exporter Finbi, says they are still ...

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Parfetts almost doubles the Go Local range with 58 new lines | New

[ad_1] Parfetts almost doubles its own “Go Local” label range with the deployment of more than 50 new products. The new wave of products hitting shelves this month consists of 58 new items, which range from impulse categories to household items, such as soft drinks, energy drinks, snacks and pet food. of company. These products will be placed alongside the ...

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Month-long celebration takes RSS students through manufacturing factories – Salisbury Post

[ad_1] SALISBURY – This week high school students get a taste of modern manufacturing taking place in their backyards. Rowan-Salisbury Schools celebrated Manufacturing Day for the fifth year in a row on October 1, but they celebrate the day all month long. This week, students tour local facilities to take a look at the manufacturing process. Two of the tours ...

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Vietnam: an import powerhouse for animal feed

[ad_1] Vietnam is an emerging economy in Southeast Asia that has experienced rapid growth and development over the past decades. As has historically been the case in many countries, the growth in animal protein consumption has gone hand in hand with this economic development. Vietnam has turned to imports of corn as a food ingredient to support the level of ...

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Ex-agriculture chief blames government policies for farmers’ grief

[ad_1] DAVAO CITY, Davao del Sur, Philippines – Former agriculture secretary Emmanuel Piñol, a longtime ally of President Rodrigo Duterte, said on Tuesday evening that he had decided to leave the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan ( PDP-Laban; Cusi wing) and running for senator because of the “flawed agricultural policies” of the Duterte administration. In a TV interview on ABS-CBN ...

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