Import Relief

Kenya Key Message Update: Consecutive below-average farming seasons increase household food insecurity, September 2021 – Kenya

[ad_1] Key messages: In marginal agricultural areas, household food stocks remain well below average due to below average long rains production from March to May. Household food stocks are expected to last until September / October compared to usual November / December. According to the Kenya Food Security Steering Group …

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Government bans food exports to control inflation

[ad_1] The export of food, especially perishable goods, will be banned for the next three months, it was decided Wednesday at a meeting of the National Price Monitoring Committee under the leadership of Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin. The Commerce Ministry is expected to consult with the Food Security Ministry for …

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Sarcoidosis Drugs Market Size Estimation, Growth Trends, Research Analyzes, Share Value, Future Dynamics by 2031

[ad_1] insightSLICE recently published a study entitled ” Sarcoidosis medication Market research report ”. In this report, analysts have provided a detailed assessment of the Sarcoidosis Drug market with more than 100 market data tables, pie charts, graphs, and figures This market study analyzes the market situation, market share, growth …

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Center extends re-importation deadline to relieve exporters

[ad_1] This step is expected to reduce the export of empty containers from the country due to the imposition of import duties, thereby increasing the availability of containers for trade. The central government on Saturday eased standards for exporters facing a global container shortage. The Central Council for Indirect Taxes …

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Zimbabwe: Import tariff relief for fertilizer companies

[ad_1] Zimbabwe intends to remove import duties on fertilizer raw materials and give some producers access to contracts to deliver state-supported agricultural programs as part of broader measures to stimulate local production and reduce imports. Local companies targeted are the Kwekwe-based ammonium nitrate producer, Sable Chemical and Chemplex Corporation, all …

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Pakistan includes Uzbekistan in the list of business visas

[ad_1] Pakistan includes Uzbekistan in the list of business visas ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Federal Cabinet has approved the inclusion of Uzbekistan on the list of business visas under which the Pakistani Embassy in Tashkent can issue multiple visas for five years to the business community. Informing the media of the …

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The economy in crisis again – Opinion

[ad_1] There is one point of agreement between the pillars of government and the critics: it is essential that the government come to an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the sixth mandatory review or negotiate a new program that would end well in the next year. – …

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President Biden Appoints Two Civil Servants to Economic Positions in LGBTQ Administration / Nation

[ad_1] President Joe Biden after delivering remarks Friday June 4, 2021 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.Photo: White House President Joe Biden has made ten new appointments to key, primarily economics-focused positions within his administration, and two of his candidates have stepped out. Jed Kolko is appointed Undersecretary of Commerce for Economic …

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Ban on plastic bags smaller than 40 microns takes effect nationwide – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No.1 English Daily Newspaper

[ad_1] KATMANDU, SEPTEMBER 17 The government’s decision to completely ban the production, import, sale, distribution and use of plastic bags less than 40 microns thick finally came into effect, with the publication of a notice in the Nepal Gazette. According to the notice published by the Ministry of Forests and …

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High prices push soybean meal exports down 59% in August

[ad_1] Soybean meal exports fell 58.93 percent in August due to high prices that deprived the product of its competitive edge in the world market. According to data compiled by India’s Solvent Extractors’ Association (SEA), the country exported 10,975 tonnes of soybean meal in August compared to 26,725 tonnes in …

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Come Together to Cut Costs: From Minister to Tesla

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Tesla’s plan to import cars to India with customs concessions has hit an obstacle. The Heavy Industries Ministry, which sets policy for the country’s auto sector, told the US electric car giant the government was not in favor of tariff cuts based solely on “intent to invest.” …

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By working with nature, Colombia fights air pollution

[ad_1] Authors: Dr. Dmytro Cheberkus and Sophia Zherebchuk In the 21st century, everyone on our planet is starting to understand how fragile the ecosystem is. The key words in each ecosystem description are related to equilibrium and stable equilibrium. This equilibrium or stable equilibrium could be destroyed due to the …

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BJP ignored apple growing belts, Himachal Cong chief says

[ad_1] “The irresponsible and indifferent attitude of the government of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has put the government financed by the World Bank ??The 1,134 crore horticultural development plan presented by the then congressional government in 2016 is in jeopardy, ”former chief parliamentary secretary and congressman Rohit Thakur said …

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Relevance of the Covid-19 vaccine patent waiver for Bangladesh

[ad_1] Mohammad Towhidul Islam | Posted: 09 Aug 2021 21:51:13 To prevent the Covid-19 pandemic, a small number of companies, with the help of their partners in developed countries, have invested billions of dollars in research and development of vaccines, vaccine technologies including mRNA, DNA, RNA, inactivated viral vectors, protein …

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Cuban government faces biggest protest in decades

[ad_1] Thousands of people took to the streets of Cuba on Sunday July 11, marking the start of some of the biggest protests the country has seen in the past sixty years, according to Reuters. Driven by what they describe as the government’s inadequate response to economic challenges, as evidenced …

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Sunday morning news summary

California residents are urged to reduce their energy use as the state-wide electricity grid is subjected to harsh conditions due to excessive heat and increasing forest fires in Oregon. On Friday, the grid operator issued an extended Flex alert for the hours of 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday. …

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New Jersey scores low for distracted driving

A new report says New Jersey has a higher rate of distracted driving accidents than almost any other state. The report was compiled by Zutobi, a driver education website. According to their research, New Jersey has the second highest rate of fatal accidents due to distraction, behind New Mexico. New …

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Education: challenges in conflict contexts – Nigeria

This month, HART focuses on the challenges education faces in our partner countries and how our partners seek to meet them. Terrorist attacks against educational targets have increased in recent years. Terrorist groups in South Asia and Africa, including Boko Haram in Nigeria, the Afghan Taliban, and al-Qaeda-linked groups in …

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Lower palm oil tariffs may not lower domestic prices

New Delhi: The reduction in import duties on crude and refined palm oil until September 30, a measure aimed at reducing the spike in edible oil prices in the domestic market, is expected to have a limited effect on prices, the companies said. On Tuesday, the government announced several measures …

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Pakistan’s economy in growth mode: Baqir from SBP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan State Bank Governor Dr Reza Baqir said Pakistan was getting positive signs of economic recovery and hoped the country would not revert to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program for a plan safety. “The Pakistani economy has recovered and we are in growth mode,” SBP Governor Dr Reza …

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Global Price Watch: May 2021 Price (June 30, 2021) – Worldwide

In West Africa, market supply continued to decline seasonally in May, remaining below average in several countries. Coarse grain prices in Sahelian countries remained stable but above average due to below average supply. Currency depreciation, COVID-19 transaction costs and above-average demand are putting upward pressure on rice prices, especially in …

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PM Modi’s industrial policy is there

The government may be on the right track to increase industry’s share of GDP contribution. He just needs to become more flexible and daring. The economic policies of the Narendra Modi government have been an interesting mix of orthodoxy and heterodoxy over the past seven years. When it comes to …

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Venezuelan opposition goes to Washington

Venezuelan opposition leaders met with U.S. Senator Rick Scott of Florida on Wednesday to discuss the Venezuelan crisis. Courtesy Venezuelan opposition leaders meeting with officials in the Biden administration this week discussed whether the Latin American nation could get US sanctions relief in return for guarantees of free elections in …

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Global Semiconductor Photomask Market 2021 Research Import-Export Details, Trade Standards and Forecast to 2026 – The Manomet Current

Global Semiconductor Photomask Market 2021 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 introduced by MarketsandResearch.biz contains a comprehensive and professional carefully researched market research that begins with a market outline and continues to cover the growth prospects of the market during the period 2021 to 2026. The report …

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LNG sales tax strengthened to increase CNG prices

KARACHI: the Pan-Pakistani GNC Association (APCNGA) said on Thursday that imposing additional new taxes on liquefied natural gas (LNG) would increase the price of compressed natural gas (CNG) by around Rs6 to Rs9 / liter. “This move will shut down hundreds of CNG stations, leaving hundreds of thousands of employees …

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Special Report 2021 FAO Crop and Food Supply Assessment Mission (CFSAM) to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, 16 June 2021 – Timor-Leste

Production of maize, rice and tubers (in grain equivalent) in 2021 is estimated at around 136,400 tonnes, almost 8 percent above the average for the past five years. An early start to the rainy season, followed by abundant and well-distributed rains throughout the season, resulted in above-average planted area and …

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Agricultural trade suffers from port delays | Business

The lingering effects of the COVID-19 shock on global trade have resulted in a backlog of container ships awaiting unloading outside the west coast’s most critical shipping ports. Persistent congestion and related logistical hurdles threaten the ability of U.S. farmers and ranchers to meet much-appreciated increases in foreign demand. Imports …

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Summer upgrades at Hannibal schools

HANNIBAL, Mo (WGEM) – While the children are away from school, the Hannibal School District is making some improvements, so that there is a better environment for the students when they return in the fall. There are several projects on the list, including resurfacing and repainting parking lots, new turf …

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Pro-growth budget: to be managed with caution – Opinion

The 2021-22 budget is certainly a consumption-oriented budget, but it is also directional. There are signs of medium to long term thinking with some traditional fourth year budget nuggets. The budget is in an expansionary mood in its limited space. The key to safeguarding the stability achieved and converting it …

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Oil prices climb on signs of strong recovery in fuel demand

LOS ANGELES: Global solar power developers are slowing project installations amid rising component, labor and freight costs as the global economy rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic, according to industry executives and analysts polled by Reuters.The situation suggests slower growth for the zero-emission solar energy industry as global governments attempt to …

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Weekly review: rupee will remain stable on budget hopes

Weekly Review: Rupee – Money market is expected to maintain its current level against the dollar next week amid reports of positive sentiments regarding various relief measures for duties and taxes in the upcoming 2021/22 budget. The government is expected to announce the 2021/22 federal budget on June 11 (Friday). …

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Your letters to the editor of June 6

Letters to the editor for June 6: Wear orange to raise awareness about gun violence About 100 South Dakotas die each year from gun violence. 80% of these people die by suicide by firearms. These victims are teenagers, veterans, farmers, neighbors and family members who live in our cities, rural …

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LoL import restrictions will remain in place

through Petar Vukobrat in League of Legends | June 3, 2021 LCS fans, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief: we have received official confirmation that competitive LoL import restrictions will remain in place – At least for the moment ! Whether or not that will change at some …

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IAAPI requests relief from the Center

HYDERABAD: Struck by the pandemic, the Indian Association of Amusement Parks and Industries (IAAPI) said on Wednesday it had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider providing grants, credit facilities and tax breaks to the segment. Amusement parks contribute nearly 40% of the recreation industry’s revenue and attract more …

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Supreme Court Says Delhi HC Oxygen Concentrator Order

Now 12% IGST instead of 28% on concentrators purchased overseas as gifts for personal consumption Buying an oxygen concentrator overseas will now result in an Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) of 12% to 28%, following the Supreme Court’s suspension on Tuesday of an order to the Delhi High Court …

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exxonmobil: oil majors promise energy transition

Paris: Oil majors are under increasing pressure to stop crude drilling to help curb climate change, but companies say they will wean themselves off fossil fuels at their own pace. The demand for change comes from many sides: lawsuits, shareholders and the International Energy Agency have all increased the pressure …

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Center restricts export of amphotericin-B injections

The export of amphotericin-B injections has been classified in the restricted category, noted an official notification issued by the General Directorate of Foreign Trade (DGFT) The government decided on Tuesday to impose export restrictions on amphotericin-B injections in the face of increasing cases of black fungi. Amphotericin-B is used to …

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Allow import and export of activities during lockdown – FMM

KUALA LUMPUR (May 29): The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) urged the government to allow activities in the import and export sectors – including ports, warehousing and freight transport – to be continue throughout the lockout period. In a statement today, he also hopes that manufacturing industries with contractual export …

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ITC Dumping Decision Due June 23

WASHINGTON – The International Trade Commission (ITC), which held a hearing this week on the anti-dumping duty case involving consumer tires from South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, is expected to release its or its decisions on this case on June 23. The case is then referred to the U.S. …

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Groundbreaking Institute for Economic Policy Study Finds Section 232 of Aluminum Tariffs Created Thousands of New Jobs in United States

WASHINGTON, May 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, in a virtual webinar, the Economic Policy Institute unveiled a revolutionary study this shows the extremely positive economic impact of the aluminum tariffs under section 232. Tom conway, International President of the United Steelworkers (USW), Jesse gary, President of APAA and …

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