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Malaysia worries new EU food rules could hurt palm oil exportsKUALA LUMPUR, July 3: Malaysia's massive palm oil industry has warned that the European Union's (EU) recent proposal to make ...
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Walton TV export to Germany picks upWalton has increased LED television export to Germany and other European countries. The local brand has planned to export 1 ...
India plans incentives for auto companies to boost exportsNEW DELHI, June 29: India is drawing up an incentive scheme for the autos sector aimed at doubling exports of ...
S Korea’s export volume drops 15pc in MaySEOUL, June 26: South Korea's export volume dropped in double figures in May owing to an economic fallout from the ...
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BMCCI for health related manpower export to global marketManpower export sector is changing. In the prevailing Covid-19 situation host countries need may shift from unskilled manpower to health ...
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Omera starts LPG cylinder exportFor the first time in the history of Bangladesh, Omera has started exporting LPG cylinders overseas to other countries. The ...
Brazil meatpackers declare exports free from Covid-19 at China’s requestSAO PAULO, June 24: Brazilian meat processors JBS SA, BRF, Minerva and Marfrig have signed declarations at the request of ...
China soy buyers ask exporters to guarantee coronavirus-free cargoesBEIJING, June 24: China's soybean buyers are asking exporters to sign a letter guaranteeing that their cargoes are not contaminated ...
US, Brazil protest Thailand’s pesticide ban over impact on wheat, soy exportsBANGKOK, June 22: The United States and Brazil lodged separate protests with Thailand over its ban on two farm chemicals ...
Bangladesh to get duty-free access to 97pc of its export items to ChinaChina is going to offer duty-and quota-free access to 8,256 export items from Bangladesh, which occupy almost 97 per cent ...
Australia lowers forecast for beef exports to China as trade ties sourCANBERRA, June 16: Australia has lowered its forecast for beef exports to China, its largest buyer, by 1.5per cent for ...
US import, export prices up in MayHOUSTON, June 12: US import and export prices both rose in May, the US Department of Labor reported on Friday.The ...
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