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Irish Butter exports surged 60% last year

Butter that continues to be the big winner for Irish food and drink export; last year, dairy products were the largest sector of Irish exports and this was driven by butter sales worldwide. Exports of Irish whiskey, infant formula and ...Read More

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Exports helping Norfolk traders

According to the latest report from the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, manufacturing businesses had an improvement in export sales from 11% to 27% and export orders from 7% to 27%. Concern over exchange rates increased, with 76% of firms surveyed ...Read More

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Spain fears rise of Egyptian citrus exports

Egypt’s expandion of land devote3d to citrus is destabilising the European export market, and threatening Spain’s dominance as an exporter. Egyptian exports have risen by 66 per cent in the last five year. This is set to accelerate in the ...Read More

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Brazil forced to import Robusta coffee

Brazil's Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi said on Monday that he has asked the country's Foreign Trade Chamber to authorize robusta coffee imports at near zero tariff, according to the ministry. If the board approves the request, it would be the ...Read More

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Russian wheat exports up 1.9% on year

Russian wheat exports in the 2016-17 marketing year from July 1 to December 14 were up 1.9% year on year at 14.317 million mt, Ministry of Agriculture data showed last week. Wheat exports from Russia have been slower than expected ...Read More

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Australia air freight crunch affects exports of fancy foods

An unprecedented shortage of air cargo space, after years of booming exports to Asia, is forcing Australian producers of premium foods to potentially miss out on hundreds of millions of dollars in exports of everything from lobster to cherries. Australia ...Read More

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CBI recommends Exports Commission to boost UK exports

With CBI forecasts predicting that the UK will fall over £300 billion short of its 2020 exports target, action is needed to ‘move the dial’ on exports and - the North East can lead the way. In its new report ...Read More

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WTO ends subsidies on agriculture exports

The World Trade Organization on Dec. 19 agreed to eliminate subsidies for farm exports, marking the "most significant outcome on agriculture" in the organization's 20-year history, according to WTO Director General Roberto Azevêdo. "WTO members — especially developing countries — ...Read More

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Norway’s Economy Boosted by Exports Amid Krone Weakness

Norway’s economy grew more than estimated in the third quarter as a weaker krone boosted exports. Seasonally adjusted gross domestic product, excluding oil, gas and shipping, grew 0.2 percent, after expanding a revised 0.3 percent in the second quarter, Statistics ...Read More

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India’s biggest Jewellery exporter has designs on Europe

India's biggest jewellery exporter has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange that it plans to market designer jewellery in Europe and North America. The jewellery exporter said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange that it has developed a special ...Read More

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Australian Beef exports hit 1.35m tonnes

Helped by increased cattle slaughter, the Australian dollar steadily weakening against the US, and a shortfall in US beef production, perfect conditions were created for Australian beef exporters in 2014/15, with export shipments hitting 1.35 million tonnes slaughterweight. This was ...Read More

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Shipping subsidy to help exporters

A director of e-commerce Archway Cards, a Norwich-based exporter of cards and stationary, said governments could subsidise translation and shipping services to make it easier to do business – and could even offer up embassy and industry contacts to help ...Read More

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Dutch exports boost on downtrodden euro

Dutch exports have been boosted by the low rate of the euro and the sharp fall in oil prices. The top three most important export markets for the Netherlands are the United States, Canada and Turkey. This is the first ...Read More

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Apparel exports from India expected to increase

India's cotton and apparel exports are expected to climb by around 10 percent this year as higher wages, political instability and concerns about workplace conditions in other markets lead international buyers toward Indian exporters, industry officials said. The rise in ...Read More

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Whisky exporters oppose Independence

Whisky exporters in Scotland have been vocally opposed to the independence movement. "Internationally, as an export oriented sector, we rely on effective support from government in our overseas markets, whether in influencing EU negotiations or pressing other governments to allow ...Read More

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Mango exports ban questioned

Mango exporters on Tuesday asked the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister of Pakistan to intervene on the unnecessary regulations that prevent mango exports to the European markets, causing billions of rupees losses to the mango exporters. During a meeting ...Read More

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Budget 2014: UK firms get tax relief and export boost

Help for firms to encourage investment and exports were among the measures for business announced by the chancellor. The government wants UK exports to reach £1 trillion by 2020, and for 100,000 more UK companies to be exporting by 2020. ...Read More

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Live animal exports return to Ramsgate

Last week dozens of demonstrators gathered at the Port of Ramsgate to protest about the resumption of live animal exports. Campaigners gathered at the port ahead of the ferry's scheduled berthing at 9am. The campaigners are demonstrating against the resumption ...Read More

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Support for London Gateway

More than 60 importers and exporters from the International Meat Trade Association have given their support to the new London port. The perishable goods sector is a growing one for shipping lines, and the port is well placed to handle ...Read More

Exporters’ Shipping Choices

A recent study carried out by a freight rate comparison website suggests that the majority of exporters find shipping companies on line.  36% of respondents research freight companies on line, while 27% admitted to asking other companies for advice to ...Read More

UKTI encourages SME Exports

According to studies carried out by UK Trade and Investment, many small and medium size enterprises which are in a good position to export, do not actually do so.The government is taking measures to encourage potential exporters to use UKTI ...Read More

Tasmanian Exporters request freight subsidy

Exporters from Tasmania are suffering increased costs because they have lost their direct shipping link to Asia in April last year.  Freight now has to be shipped vial Melbourne, which in some cases has doubled freight costs. Local growers say ...Read More

China Export Growth Slows

Many Chinese exporters have experienced slowing foreign trade due to reduced overseas demand.  Others have managed to maintain growth by technical innovation and exploring new markets.  China's exports in the first three quarters of the year rose only 6.2%, compared ...Read More

Ukraine Grain Exports

Exports of grain from the Ukraine, of which about 97% are carried by sea, rose by about 68% for the year starting 1 July, compared with the same time last year. With recent reforms in the law applying to seaports, ...Read More

China restricts rare earth exports

It is likely that the USA, EU and Japan will lodge complaints with the World Trade Organisation over China's restrictions on exports of rare earths. These commodities contain 17 elements which are essential for the manufacture of high tech products, ...Read More

China Exports Slow

With demand from the European Union and the USA slowing in September, China is expecting the export sector to face difficult times in the months ahead.  Imports of processing materials remained slow in September. China engages a lot in the ...Read More

Taiwan Imports delayed

Cargo importers in Taiwan are complaining that their shipments are being delayed because Customs authorities are taking too long to inspect goods.  The Customs officials say they need more time to prevent 'possible misunderstandings' while the importers complain that officials ...Read More

Exports from Spain threatened

The Spanish exporters association, FEPEX has said that it will retaliate against French threats to once more disrupt imports of fresh fruit. Farmers in France have been intercepting freight trucks from Spain at the border tolls, and in some cases ...Read More

Exporter Confidence

Against a background of unstable stock markets and Eurozone chaose, the confidence of UK exporters rose during the second quarter of the year, according to a new survey by the British Chamber of Commerce.  However, export orders and confidence are ...Read More