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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One Page at a Time – NBC Chicago

The process of tracing every firearm used in a crime in the United States passes through a facility in West Virginia that houses millions of paper gun sales records – so many that shipping containers have been brought in to be stored for fear of the ground collapsing – this staff flip through one at a time as they track ...

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Australia’s allies take advantage of Chinese trade bans

“The good news is that in most cases Australian exporters have been able to find alternative markets for products that they are no longer able to sell to China,” said the director of Corinna Economic Advisory. For example, Australian barley imports fell from around $ 264 million ($ 361 million) in the first half of 2020 to zero during the ...

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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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Kinshasa in battle of frozen chickens

Frozen chicken, deemed more convenient and cheaper than fresh poultry that must be killed and plucked, is extremely popular in Kinshasa where locals have become dependent on it. So much so that it is at the heart of a battle between the Congolese government, which has promised to lower the prices of basic products including frozen foods, and importers and ...

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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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American dairy associations call for additional action from the White House on the ports crisis

New American dairy associations call for additional action from the White House on the ports crisis September 16, 2021 The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the US Dairy Export Council (USDEC) have joined several other organizations urging the Biden administration to take further action to alleviate the current port crisis in a letter sent to the House today. Blanche ...

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How Extended Reality Improves Maintenance and Training

We are witnessing a digital age where virtual and physical worlds are converging and revolutionizing the landscape of many industries. In what has become the “new normal”, industrial manufacturers are realizing significant productivity gains by leveraging extended reality (XR) technologies to support digital manufacturing. According to IDC, global spending on augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) is expected to ...

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