Importers

Iraq signs first contract in 7 years to import Thai rice

Mr Kriangsak said this will be the second batch Iraq buys from Thailand this year and the first batch of 44,000 tonnes was delivered on August 18 as the transaction marks a historic moment for rice exports, because Iraq boycotted rice from Thailand for seven years on quality issues. The Thai Rice Mills Association reported that Tanasan Rice Plc, a ...

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Ctg port sees better turnaround times

Sun Sep 19, 2021 12:00 AM The number of containers in the yards of Chattogram Port has reached a comfortable level, freeing up space and allowing for faster handling of goods, helping ships to leave in two days when previously they had to stay at least three days. on the piers. The photo was taken recently. Photo: Rajib Raihan “> ...

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The GSTN provides self-service functionality on the GST portal for importers of goods, recipients of SEZ supplies, searching for incoming invoice details, which were not filled in automatically in GSTR -2A

Through Mariya Paliwala – September 18, 2021 at 12:33 p.m. The Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN) has made self-service functionality available on the GST portal for importers of goods, recipients of SEZ supplies and incoming invoice details, which have not automatically populated in GSTR-2A. “To assist importers of goods and recipients of supplies in the SEZ, find the details ...

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Government warns interested fish importers of potential fraud – Manila Bulletin

The government has warned interested importers of potential fraud related to the ongoing importation of 60,000 metric tonnes (MT) of fish. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and the Philippine Fisheries Development Authority (PFDA) issued a joint notice regarding a person posing as a government employee providing assistance to those interested in obtaining import certification. Photo by DA ...

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Chinese aluminum could emerge from EU anti-dumping measures – steel, aluminum, copper, stainless steel, rare earths, metal prices, forecasts

This is a curious glimpse into EU thinking when there is a clear case for anti-dumping duties only to be pushed back to the 11th.e hour after complaints from only two aluminum users and an importer. Do you know the five best practices for sourcing metals, including aluminum? Chinese aluminum and European anti-dumping duties Grispb / Adobe Stock You have ...

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PHC summons Federal Health Secretary over drug policy proposal – Journal

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Wednesday summoned the Federal Health Secretary on September 23 to brief him on the progress of the proposed policy prepared by the Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan to regulate drug prices. A bench consisting of Chief Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan and Judge Syed Arshad Ali issued the order after Drap deputy director Hafiz Bilal informed ...

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Industry players await the arrival of port scanners

Posted September 12, 2021 Following growing calls for functional scanners to reduce the backlog of cargo at ports, the Nigerian Port Consultative Forum said scanners had been ordered but had not seen them. NPCF Chairman Kunle Folarin in an interview with our correspondent said physical inspection of cargoes will continue at ports until the arrival and installation of scanners. He ...

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Beer Institute toast millions of beer jobs on Labor Day

WASHINGTON, September 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, Jim McGreevy, President and CEO of the Beer Institute, released the following statement in commemoration of Labor Day: “This Labor Day, we raise a toast to the more than two million hard-working men and women across our country whose jobs are built on a vibrant beer economy. From farmers to truck drivers ...

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Sri Lankan rupee crosses 230 per dollar

ECONOMYNEXT – The Sri Lankan Rupee crossed 231 per US dollar in the over-the-counter market for importers and exporters, while 127 billion rupees was injected at the overnight print rate of 6.0% for banks to respond (sterilize) to an increase in deposit margin. Sri Lanka raised the reserve requirement ratio, a margin the bank is to maintain with the central ...

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No Quick Fix for Shipping Crisis Creating Supply Chain Bottlenecks | Voice of America

WASHINGTON – A significant increase in demand for consumer goods in the United States and Europe, combined with the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, has shaken global shipping markets, pushing up the cost of transporting freight containers to United States and around the world. This has resulted in higher prices and huge delays at ports and logistics centers, severely ...

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