Exporters

China ends decades-long preferential tariff certificates for its exporters

Preferential tariff treatment for Chinese companies exporting products to 32 countries – including the 27 members of the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom, Canada, Turkey, Ukraine and Liechtenstein – has ended, as the country’s export products become more competitive. Since December 1, the General Administration of Chinese Customs has stopped issuing certificates of origin under the Generalized System of ...

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Bangladesh Garment Exporters Fear Slow Orders From Europe

While a number of European countries have imposed new restrictions to contain the spread of the new variant of the Omicron coronavirus, garment exporters in Bangladesh fear a drop in exports if the situation worsens. Some, however, were hoping global brands wouldn’t be able to suspend orders this time around and allow store shelves to be empty during the festival’s ...

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South African Farmer of the Year Sacred

Jan le Roux was named South Africa’s Farmer of the Year by the country’s agricultural writers. It is part of the Le Roux group, a famous producer of table grapes and stone fruit based in the Berg River region of Cape Town. Jan le Roux is an entrepreneur in South Africa, who now focuses his attention on his fruit growing ...

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Egypt targets $ 6.5 billion in chemical industry exports in 2023 (official)

The Egyptian Chemicals and Fertilizers Export Council aims to increase the sector’s exports to $ 6.5 billion in 2023, from $ 5.2 billion in 2020. This strategy can be achieved through many mechanisms, the first of which is to guide companies and industrial entities on the importance of introducing modern management systems and using information technologies. In addition, prepare and ...

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DTI pledges support to exporters after pandemic

MANILA – The Ministry of Trade and Industry (DTI) assured exporters that government support to industry, even after the pandemic, will continue to grow the export sector. Export Marketing Bureau (EMB) director Christopher Lawrence Arnuco said the agency provided some relief to exporters at the start of the pandemic and continued to build the capacity of micro, small and medium ...

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fresh produce abandoned on farms because of the stalemate with the airline

A government policy that favors struggling national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) over cheaper competitors to transport fresh produce to other countries continues to hurt other exporters. Exporters complained about KQ’s lack of capacity to transport their products and the airline’s costly air freight charges. They now fear that they will be forced to throw away half of their products due ...

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Consumer mood improves with return to normalcy | Lithgow Mercury

news, national Australians’ moods have improved over the past week as the nation moves closer to some sort of normalcy, with COVID-19 restrictions continuing to ease. The ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index rose 1.3 percent, recouping about half of the drop from the previous week. Notably, confidence jumped 4.9% in Victoria after the state eased all its remaining COVID-19 restrictions ...

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Exporters seek intervention funds for SMEs

Stakeholders in the agricultural sector called on economic officials to deepen the export investment plan for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country. Speaking on behalf of stakeholders, renowned expert and Managing Director / CEO of Sourcing and Produce, Mr. Lanre Awojoodu affirmed the need for the federal government to provide access to loans to exporters in their quest ...

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Government promises stable gas supply to exporters in winter

Federal Energy Minister Hammad Azhar on Friday assured exporters in all provinces a stable gas supply during winters. In a Twitter post, Azhar said a successful meeting had taken place with export sectors from all provinces. “They [exporters] have been assured of a stable gas supply over the winter and in return, inefficient captive gas plants will switch to electricity ...

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India’s leather exports jumped 400% in April-May 2021, Business News

The Indian leather industry is on an ambitious growth path. The growth of the Indian leather industry over time and its current development is an insightful story that should not be missed. Marlton, United States – November 17, 2021 / MarketersMEDIA / – India’s leather industry is one of the country’s largest and fastest growing sectors. India is a key ...

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