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Plaisirs du Vin B2B Workshops for Wine Export 2022 Change dates

Advertising The 12and edition of the first B2B workshop in Italy which was originally scheduled to take place March 1-3 will now take place May 2-4 due to concerns from importers regarding travel and the Omicron variant. January 18 – “Given the uncertainty and travel restrictions generated by the current situation created by Omicrom in many countries and in order ...

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Nearly three million cars recalled in Korea last year

The number of cars recalled last year was 2.93 million, a record. The Korea Transportation Safety Authority announced on Jan. 16 that 2,932,820 cars divided into 2,443 models were recalled in South Korea last year. The figure, which is a record, is the sum of those ordered by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the Ministry of Environment ...

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The customs strike enters its third day

LANDIKOTAL: Hundreds of loaded trucks were stuck at the Torkham border as the customs strike entered its third day on Friday. The Khyber Chamber of Commerce had called on all its affiliated customs associations to boycott the clearance of goods to register their protest. An official said importers and exporters had lost millions of rupees over the past few days ...

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The new promotional campaign to raise awareness of Tasmanian cherries in Taiwan

Fruit Growers Tasmania launches the very first state cherry promotional campaign in Taiwan, aimed at developing an important market for local growers. CEO Peter Cornish said it will be a four-week campaign running on Facebook and YouTube and featuring three short videos that show where and how Tasmanian cherries are grown; highlighting their freshness, color and size. These videos take ...

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Iran to allow crypto payments for international trade: report

The Central Bank of Iran, or CBI, and the Ministry of Commerce have reached an agreement to link the CBI’s payment platform to a trading system that allows businesses to settle payments using cryptocurrencies, The Mehr news agency reported on Monday. Alireza Peyman-Pak, Iranian deputy minister of Industry, Mines and Trade and head of the Iranian Trade Promotion Organization, or ...

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Indian Banks Reduce Packaging Credit For Shipments To Sri Lanka, Lower Risk Limits

ECONOMYNEXT – Indian banks have further tightened packaging credit for exports to Sri Lanka and reduced risk limits due to currency shortages on the island that delayed payments and increased risk perception, report says . Several Indian banks have reduced the discount on letters of credit issued by Sri Lankan banks to importers on the island, Indian newspaper Economic Times ...

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New foreign currency restrictions for imports

Amid the depletion of foreign exchange reserves, the central bank has reduced the amount of foreign exchange that importers of various agricultural products can purchase from banks to pay for imports. According to Unified DirectiveAs issued Friday by the Nepal Rastra Bank, importers of agricultural products can purchase a maximum of $ 50,000 per import. Government approval is still required ...

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KPA to complete second oil terminal

President Uhuru Kenyatta visits the Kipevu oil terminal in Mombasa County in August 2021. [PSCU] President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to inspect the progress of the new Kipevu Oil Terminal (KOT) under construction at Mombasa Port today. It comes as the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) prepares for the completion of the 40 billion shillings facility, which is expected to ease ...

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Dollar hits 5-year high at top 115 yen, Tokyo shares surge

(File photo / Mainichi) TOKYO (Kyodo) – The US dollar climbed into the upper 115 yen range on Tuesday in Tokyo, its highest level since January 2017, as dollar purchases were fueled by increased risk appetite following a surge of Tokyo shares. The dollar was trading at around 115.80 yen around 1:50 p.m. in Tokyo after hitting 115.28-38 yen in ...

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Sri Lankan Shipping Agents Seek Dollarized Payments Amid Currency Problems

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s shipping agents have demanded dollarized freight charges, a report said as currency shortages intensified amid low interest rates and cash injections. “The current shortage of US dollars in the banking system has made it difficult to convert any collection of freight rupees into US dollars in order to make payments to principals,” Sri Lankan newspaper The ...

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Demands emerge for gas supplies to the west via Yamal-Europe – data

A worker mounts a cylinder at a gas compressor station on the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline near Nesvizh, southwest of Minsk, December 29, 2006. REUTERS / Vasily Fedosenko / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MOSCOW, Dec.31 (Reuters) – Demand for westward flow of Russian natural gas via the Yamal-Europe pipeline to Germany at the ...

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Offer to buy $ 2.5 million vessel: former SLN officer, others under investigation

“Yugadanavi is one of the many contentious issues” By Shamindra Ferdinando Minister of State Jayantha Samaraweera said the country would not have been in such turmoil today if senior political leadership had consulted with voters in the ruling coalition. Kalutara District Samaraweera National Front for Freedom (NFF) lawmaker said a latent dispute over the Yugadanavi deal that ended up in ...

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The rupee ends up weaker

KARACHI: The rupee closed slightly lower on Monday as inflows of remittances and selling of the US currency by exporters pushed the local currency to end at 178.17 per dollar in the interbank market. The rupee also lost ground in the open market due to weak supplies, closing at 181.20 per dollar, 1.30 rupees lower from Friday’s close of 179.90. ...

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New Years – New Chapter for 150 W. Main Street

“Economy Store will move to the Wetzler building” was the announcement made almost 90 years ago (Daily Eagle 20 Nov. 1930). “This new location was once the Majestic Theater, but has been renovated and redecorated inside and out, making it one of the most attractive and modern places. The facade is one of the most beautiful in the business district. ...

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USDA, DOT Call on Ocean Shippers to Help Disruption in Shipping

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack are calling on major ocean carriers to help ease disruption to agricultural exports. Shipping carriers make fewer containers available, change return dates, and charge unfair fees. Cabinet members sent a letter to the world’s major shipping carriers calling for full service at west coast ports. They also indicated that if the ...

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Brief on the tax and customs audit processes

First in a series Recently, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the Bureau of Customs (BOC) respectively issued Letters of Authorization (LOA) and Audit Notification Letters (ANL) to certain taxpayers and importers. It is therefore perhaps the best time to review the BIR and BOC audit processes and procedures in light of the aggressiveness of income-generating agencies. LOAs and ...

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Winesellers, Ltd. Expands National Accounts Division with New Recruit Christi Gainer as Director of National Accounts – Midwest

Advertising Niles, Illinois – December 20e, 2021 – Winesellers, Ltd., the family-owned global fine wine importing and marketing company, is pleased to announce the hiring of Christi Gainer to the newly created role of National Accounts Manager – Midwest. Gainer joins Winesellers, Ltd with over 25 years of experience in the wine and spirits industry. Most recently, she was the ...

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The rupee is expected to weaken further

KARACHI: The rupee would likely increase losses in the coming days as demand for payments from importers and slow entries from exporters take their toll, traders said. Pressure continued to push the currency lower this week, pushing it through 177 levels against the dollar. It lost 0.18% to close at 178.04 to the dollar on Friday. A sharp increase in ...

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World Watch Market: China Shows Fastest Growth

China ($ 2.5 billion) appears to be the largest and fastest growing importer of Swiss watches, increasing its purchases by + 9.1% per year on average over the past decade. Despite the Covid crisis, it increased its imports by 31%, while the rest of Switzerland’s trading partners reduced its supplies. The United States ($ 2 billion) and Hong Kong SAR ...

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Russia’s next-generation S-500 missile defense system is ready for war

India could become the first foreign customer of Russia’s next-generation S-500 “Prometheus” missile defense system, a senior Kremlin official said. “Without a doubt, once we deliver this system to our troops, India will be first on the list, if it expresses its desire to purchase these advanced weapons,” Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov said. to RBC Media earlier this ...

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Buyers should now see the impact of tariff cuts

(CNS): The exemption from import duties on essentials for children, women and adults with health problems, including baby food and diabetic supplies, is now expected to start to have an impact on the prices on the shelves. The PACT government’s decision to cut tariffs by 22% on a number of items took effect more than two weeks ago, on Tuesday, ...

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Qld withdraws dangerous toys before Christmas | Champion-Post Parkes

A toy drum set and a yo-yo water ball made the villain list as Queensland’s consumer watchdog checks the safety of thousands of toys. More than 7,330 products were checked by officers from the Fair Trade Bureau in the run-up to Christmas, Attorney General Shannon Fentiman said on Sunday. “Overall, retailers and importers have performed well this year, with a ...

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Port and sherry importers ‘dismayed’ as tax shake will add more than £ 1 to the price of the bottle | Food industry

Brits who love a festive glass of port or sherry should treat it with care this Christmas, as an alcohol tax shake threatens to add at least £ 1 to bottle prices next year. The Chancellor announced a radical overhaul of alcohol duties in the budget, reducing the tax on less strong drinks, such as draft beer, but increasing them ...

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Wolftown Gin Wins Gold at International Awards

A Cumbrian gin maker has won gold at the international wine and spirits awards. Wolftown, Ulverston won a gold medal at the 2021 Europe International Wine & Spirits Trophy, which ended in Luxembourg on November 27, 2021. The Europe Wine and Spirits Trophy is the largest wine and spirits competition in Europe. Composed of 85 judges selected to be the ...

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Government to relax collateral requirements

The government is set to introduce an innovative financing model as part of a new law to allow small businesses and startups to show their movable assets as collateral to feed entrepreneurs and help them get loans. A bill on the collateral protection of movable property has already been formulated, according to an official from the Ministry of Finance. The ...

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Outbreaks of Salmonella and Listeria discussed at EU event

Nearly 50 people fell ill in France with Salmonella infections last year linked to chickens at a slaughterhouse. Salmonella in beef from Germany has also been documented. Without whole genome sequencing (WGS), the low-intensity persistent epidemic could not have been detected, according to a presentation at the European Scientific Conference on Applied Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, organized by the European ...

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United States Lighting Fixtures Market Report 2021: Data

Dublin, December 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “The Lighting Market in the United States (15th Edition)” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The United States Lighting Fixture Market offers a comprehensive picture of the US Lighting Fixture industry, providing 2015-2020 data and trend and forecast to 2024. On the one hand, the report analyzes the main trends affecting ...

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Nigeria’s Imports Drop 50% Due to Rising Tariffs, Importers Lament

Representatives of importers under the aegis of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) blamed the decline in the level of imports into the country on the increase in the cost of tariffs imposed on import units of cargoes. by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). It was even as customs brokers revealed that imports have fallen by 50 percent ...

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Will the electric vehicle revolution trigger a global economic crisis?

Originally posted on EVANNEX.Through Charles Morris The transition to electric vehicles and renewables is already creating winners and losers. We often write about the winners in this space – they include just about everyone who has invested in Tesla since the 2010 IPO, especially those who followed. a purchasing and retention strategy, as well as those who rely on recharging ...

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Zinari Finance: Using blockchain to solve problems

Zinari Finance is an Africa-based technology company that uses Blockchain to deliver business solutions in Africa. The company has so far launched its flagship token, Zinari (ZINA), a payment token that serves as a global monetary service, and Zinax, a decentralized finance platform that enables staking, locks, NFT keying, creation of social tokens, the Play2Earn and DeFi Lending competitions. . ...

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China does not pledge to release US oil “drop in the ocean”

China says it will release oil reserves as needed OPEC + meets on December 2 but no signs of changing tactics Biden under political pressure as inflation picks up Oil releases “drop in the ocean” -Goldman Sachs Crude prices stable Wednesday BEIJING, Nov. 25 (Reuters) – China, the world’s largest importer of crude, has not pledged whether it will release ...

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Philippines temporarily limits rice imports from Vietnam

Recasts, with confirmation from Philippines, add quotes, details HANOI, November 24 (Reuters) – The Philippines, one of the world’s largest rice importers, is taking action to temporarily limit grain imports from Vietnam amid a big harvest in the country, three rice traders and an official said on Wednesday. agricultural. Traders said the Philippine agriculture ministry has suspended the issuance of ...

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27 companies sanctioned for VAT fraud, other irregularities

The government collected a record turnover of Tk 10 million from these companies in one month. The licenses of 24 companies have been temporarily suspended Due to various irregularities including corruption, fraud, importation of goods under false declaration and changes of HS (Harmonized System) code of products, the Preventive Unit of Dhaka Customs filed 27 cases during the last month. ...

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Industry wants a stable currency | Sunday mail

Sunday mail Golden sibanda CAPTAINS of industry and economists want the government to work actively to converge parallel and official exchange rates in order to stabilize the Zimbabwe dollar. In recent weeks, the local unit has lost ground against the US dollar in the auction market. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe continues to insist that it does not influence the ...

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Copper premiums in China hit a seven-year high due to tight inventories and a VAT problem

Copper stocks on the Shanghai stock exchange are at their lowest since 2009 Customs stops issuing VAT invoices for copper imports – sources The move creates a lack of equipment in an already tight market – broker Nov. 19 (Reuters) – Copper premiums in China hit their highest level in more than seven years as an administrative issue over the ...

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Major LNG Players Meet on What Makes Cargo Carbon Neutral

The world’s leading importers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and a coterie of key market players on Wednesday released separate frameworks aimed at better tracking and reporting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with super-refrigerated fuel shipments. . The International Group of LNG Importers (GIIGNL), which manages 90% of all these imports in the world, has unveiled a framework defining the ...

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Tesla says major automakers are using rebutted arguments to fight New Zealand’s carbon targets

Brendon Thorne / Getty Images A select committee should recommend strengthening, not diluting, the proposed Clean Car Standard, Tesla advises. Tesla told MPs that major automakers are rehashing old and disproved arguments to try to persuade them to tone down the government’s proposed Clean Car standard. A new law aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from imported new and used ...

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South Africa and Tanzania meet on avocado imports

In March of this year, a consignment of avocados from Tanzania was confiscated at the Beit Bridge border post because an integrated systems approach to controlling fruit flies associated with the commodity in Tanzania was lacking. still been finalized. “A bilateral verification visit has been confirmed for November 9, 2021, during which the two national plant protection organizations will finalize ...

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2022 Supercharged Ram 1500 TRX V8 about to launch in Australia

One of America’s fastest and most powerful pickup trucks comes close to Australian showrooms thanks to official importer Ram Trucks Australia. Seen 3 images The Ram 1500 TRX 2022 Supercharged V8 Engine – one of the fastest and most powerful pick-ups in the world – is expected in the Australian showrooms of the first semester of next year with factory-backed ...

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Importer struggles to keep duty-free typo costume alive

By Alex Lawson (November 5, 2021, 6:04 p.m. EDT) – A steel importer pleaded with the U.S. International Trade Tribunal to keep alive its challenge to national security tariffs imposed on its products, noting that the merchandise could have be spared if not for a minor typographical error. Importer Voestalpine USA LLC was denied the exclusion of a 25% tariff ...

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Turkey Tom Bourbon debuts in quirky turkey carafe

If you hadn’t noticed it on your calendar by now, the days are approaching Thanksgiving. Holidays focused on food and drink will bring all the trimmings to the kitchen and the table, including a selection of alcohol choices. A recent bourbon release apparently aims to capture this trend, taking the form of American whiskey in a turkey decanter. Tom’s new ...

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Volcon announces its global expansion plans are already underway

On November 1, 2021, US electric vehicle maker Volcon announced plans to expand to Belize, Guatemala and Panama by the end of the year. This is in addition to recent expansion in Costa Rica, Mexico and Paraguay, bringing the current number of countries where Volcon Grunts can be found to seven, including the United States. It’s all part of a ...

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Wheat hits multi-year highs on strong global demand signals

CHICAGO / LONDON (November 1): Wheat starts November with a bang, with futures hitting multi-year highs as major importers source grain. Chicago’s benchmark contract hit an 8.5-year high on Monday, while futures on hard red and spring varieties hit levels not seen since 2014 and 2008 respectively. An increase in demand is chasing limited global supplies after bad weather hit ...

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

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 marketing ...

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Registration open for the Food Africa Importer Program

(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 selected ...

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

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 been ...

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Concerned EU importers turn to trucks for Chinese goods

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 move ...

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Claims still ripe in battle of maraschino cherries, court says

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 that ...

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

(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 has ...

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SUBJECT PAGE: Sustainability in the Fertilizer Industry

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 crisis ...

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Sudanese traders divert cargo to neighboring countries

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 diverting ...

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

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 trucking ...

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

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 sector. ...

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Northern Australian cattle export trade lulls

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 swept ...

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The Netherlands seizes 8,000 air conditioners out of quota

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 conditioners ...

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Ex-agriculture chief blames government policies for farmers’ grief

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 news ...

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Global Armored Combat Vehicle Trade Market Outlook to 2025 – Price, Imports, Exports, Tariffs, and Opportunities – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Global Trade in Armored Fighting Vehicles – Prices, Imports, Exports, Tariffs and Market Opportunities. Update: Impact COVID-19” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global armored combat vehicles market. You will discover the latest data on market trends and opportunities by country, the evolution of consumption, production and prices, ...

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Powdered milk importers wait with hope – Hiru News

The Milk Powder Importers Association said stocks of powdered milk stranded at the Colombo port can be released if commercial banks release the US dollars received from the Central Bank as part of the transactions made today. Association member Lakshman Weerasuriya said obstacles to the release of powdered milk containers due to the dollar shortage are now lifted with the ...

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BSE prepares technology to launch electronic gold receipts

The ESB is ready with the technology to introduce Electronic Gold Receipts (EGR) on its platform. This will help create a uniform pricing structure for the precious metal across the country, ESB Commercial Director Sameer Patil said on Sunday. The exchange will get the required internal approvals and ask market regulator Sebi to launch the new security class on its ...

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Renewal of the members of the National Trade Facilitation Committee

New Paula Lindo 11 hours ago Minister of Trade and Industry Paula Gopee-Scoon The virtual appointment ceremony of members of the Trinidad and Tobago National Trade Facilitation Committee (NTFC) for a further two-year period also marked the 17th meeting of the NTFC. Members have been renewed for the period August 2021-2023. In a statement, the Ministry of Trade and Industry ...

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Importers throw nets for wheat supply | Queensland Country Life

Global wheat supplies remain fluctuating as the northern hemisphere harvest comes to an end. We were used to seeing production estimates drop in a number of countries, but this week we saw a forecaster slightly increase the Russian crop due to better spring wheat yields in Siberia. The market is also counting on a large Australian harvest to ease supply ...

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Fruit Attraction 2021, special retail edition, will bring together companies from more than 44 countries

The fair will take place in eight halls at IFEMA MADRID from October 5 to 7, with the participation of 1,300 companies, thus confirming its position as one of the largest B2B events in the world. Professionals in the fruit and vegetable sector can buy their visitor pass to attend the large sectoral gathering at https://www.ifema.es/fruit-attraction/entradas-invitaciones MADRID, October 1, 2021 ...

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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