Importers

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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