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Thailand to limit exports of COVID-19 vaccine

Thai health officials said the country would not fully meet its needs and would restrict the export of locally produced AstraZeneca corona virus vaccines. Restricting exports will be a problem for Southeast Asian countries who have contracted to purchase vaccines ...Read More

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Record seafood exports from Norway

Seafood exports from Norway have hit a half year record, with salmon once again the top export. Norway's seafood exports were worth NOK 53.7bn (£4.5bn), a value rise of 1% against the first six months of last year. The Norwegian ...Read More

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Salmon exports to EU down

UK exports of salmon to the EU have fallen by nearly 20% during the first three months of this year, according to information from the Food and Drink Federation. Export sales of fish of all typeshave fallen by almost 52%; ...Read More

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Top exporting Australian requests Better China relations

Australia's biggest exporting state urged the government to stop antagonising China, the country's top trade partner. Increasing criticism of Beijing is being led by the United States, Australia's main ally. "This isn't about kowtowing to other countries and giving in," ...Read More

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Thailand denies blocking exports of AstraZeneca vaccine

Thailand is not blocking exports of the AstraZeneca vaccine, a government representative has said. Taiwan had accused Thailand of keeping for itself doses of the vaccine which is being produced there. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said that Taiwan had ordered ...Read More

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NZ Goods and services exports during COVID-19

Total exports of goods and services from New Zealand fell by 16.5 percent, as visibility of the full COVID-19 affected year emerges. “This fall in exports reflects the changing shape of New Zealand’s economy over the past year, where we ...Read More

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Covid-19 disrupts China cargo transport

Guangzhou and Foshan reported new COVID-19 cases, causing disruptions to not just port operations but also cargo transport. The cases in Guangzhou and Foshan are thought to be related to a dim sum restaurant, but the cases in Yantian were ...Read More

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Shipping costs increase due to COVID-19 in Guangdong

COVID-19 peaks at Yantian Port area in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province have reduced the port's handling capacity to one-seventh of the normal level, as it started to accept heavy export containers starting on Monday. On going to publication, 13 ...Read More

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Imports at Japan Narita Airport

Imports into Japan via Narita Airport reached a record high in April partly due to the increase in import of coronavirus vaccines. Imports totalled more than 1.34 trillion yen, or about 12 billion dollars, and increase of 26.4 percent from ...Read More

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Covid-19 hampers solar manufacturers in India

Indian solar panel manufacturers kept production levels steady despite Covid-19 lockdowns this year are experiencing fewer sales and rising input costs. Protective import duties are due to be wound down in late July. Last year’s nationwide Covid lockdown has this ...Read More

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New Zealand apple exports cut

Severe weather conditions during harvest in New Zealand have made an impact on exports which is made worse by severe labour shortages during harvest. “Because of these shortages, orchard owners were not able to do the number of harvest picks ...Read More

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UK meat exports to Asia

The Far East is helping the UK's red meat export industry as the sector copes with Brexit changes and the COVID-19 pandemic. Red meat exports from the UK to Asia in what has been an incredibly challenging start to the ...Read More

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Brexit: Export issues ‘easing at Irish ports’

Irish officials say that Post-Brexit difficulties in moving British exports through Irish ports have eased. Civil servants from customs, agriculture and public health were giving evidence to the Seanad Special Select Committee. Freight haulage companies had complained that the new ...Read More

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Increased International supply chain and shipping delays

Temporary shipping delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic which lead to shortages of products for New Zealand industries - may continue until the end of the year, experts say. Supply chain problems are affecting pet food supplies, the vehicle repair ...Read More

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Brussels wants to cut down EU’s dependence on key imports

The EU is trying to diversify Europe's industry, to decrease dependency on key imports from outside the EU. Reliance on imports was painfully exposed during the first months of the Covid-19 pandemic. The European Commission updated its industrial strategy, with ...Read More

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Exports stable despite pandemic and Brexit

Export levels for West Midlands companies grew in the first quarter of this year despite disruption according to a new report. Twenty per cent of the businesses surveyed reported an increase in international sales compared with 17 percent the previous ...Read More

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Fruit exports Vietnam to US booming

Vietnam’s fruit industry exports about $50 million worth of fruit per year to the USA. Fruit export turnover to the US increased by more than 20 percent in the first quarter of this year; a strong post Covid-19 recovery. This ...Read More

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India ministry COVID-19 helpdesk

The commerce ministry in India is starting a COVID-19 helpdesk to help resolve issues of exporters and importers, such as customs clearance delays and banking matters. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), decided to monitor the status of exports ...Read More

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John Whelan: Ireland may be losing its grip on selling food into China

The economy of China grew rapidly in the first quarter of this year, as the huge economy recovered from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. This provided a much-needed boost to exporting companies in many countries. Traders in Ireland showed ...Read More

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NZ exports need to diversify

A new report has identified New Zealand’s apple and kiwifruit exports as having “untapped potential". Defined as the difference between the potential market and the value of the country's exports to that market, the untapped potential refers to New Zealand’s ...Read More

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UNICEF freight mission to support vaccine delivery

The UNICEF Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative has been formed with leading airlines for the transport of vaccines, and other life-saving supplies worldwide. These airlines have signed agreements with UNICEF to prioritise delivery of COVID-19 vaccines, essential medicines, medical devices and other ...Read More

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Container Shipping shortage for USA

U.S. demand for imports of products made in China, including personal protective equipment for COVID-19, furniture and toys, increased considerably at the end of 2020. This means that ocean carriers prioritize getting shipping containers back to China as quickly as ...Read More

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EU to reduce Covid Vaccine Exports for 6 Weeks

The European Union is finalizing emergency legislation giving it broad powers to curb exports for the next six weeks from Covid-19 vaccines manufactured in the bloc. Supply shortages in the EU have created a political maelstrom amid a rising third ...Read More

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China-Europe freight trains carry on through Covid-19

China-Europe freight trains have been able to make more trips due to its security and efficiency. In 2020, the freight trains made 12,400 journeys and transported 1.14 million twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) of cargo, an increase of 50 percent and ...Read More

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Finland food exports to China in 2020

An increase in meat exports to China was a key part of the overall growth of Finnish food exports in 2020, said Business Finland, a governmental body for promoting trade and innovation. Finnish exports in the food and beverage sector ...Read More

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Sales increase for British food brand exporter

A business which exports British food and drinks has expanded into new international markets. Export sales to the USA increased by around 150% after government support helped it to overcome disruption caused by the global pandemic. The on line supermarket ...Read More

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UK sportswear imports to rise in 2021

Imports of sportswear into the UK increased 9.79 per cent to $234.0 million in 2020 (2019: $213.1 million), while the world’s textiles and apparel businesses were struggling with spread of Covid-19 pandemic. UK’s imports for the category in 2021 is ...Read More

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EU make major vaccine exports despite domestic shortage

The European Union has allowed some 34 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine exports over the past weeks, according to figures published by the EU. There are still shortages at home as EU members continue to struggle to get the vaccine ...Read More

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Citrus exports lead SA economy

The Department of Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) recently released the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures for the final quarter of 2020. The economy grew by an impressive 6,3% in the final quarter of 2020, despite the second wave of ...Read More

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Soap, Cleansers Export Ban Lifted

The prohibition in Iran on the export of soap and other cleansers have been lifted until further notice. Exports of soap and cleansers were banned after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic about a year ago. Latest data show 185,000 ...Read More

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S. Korea to increase exports of eco-friendly cars

South Korea has finalized a five-year plan for the eco-friendly auto industry, including expanding exports of such automobiles by threefold by 2025. Korea's exports of eco-friendly cars, which includes electric and hydrogen fuel cell models, will reach 830,000 units in ...Read More

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Italy wine industry focusing on direct sales, exports

The Covid-19 pandemic has sped up the growth of interest in export markets, particularly to fast-growing markets in Asia. The economic recovery in China from the pandemic has added to the growing popularity for Italian wine. China is a particularly ...Read More

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Exports of Luxury Sake Flourish

Exports of premium sake from Japan made using sophisticated techniques are going well, although the quantity of sake exported in 2020 has fallen for the second year due to reasons related to Covid-19. However, the export value increased to a ...Read More

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Cargo increases in Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach

The increase in cargo during last several months of 2020 at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has continued into the new year. The spike in imports has caused massive congestion and some ships have been re-directed to ...Read More

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European Union Approves Exports of Covid-19 Vaccines

The European Union has said that it has approved a further 23 requests to export Covid-19 vaccines outside the Union under the bloc’s new export-licensing regime, bringing the total to 27. This was announced on Wednesday by the European Commission, ...Read More

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Air Cargo Trends in a Pandemic World

During the pandemic passenger flights plummeted. Hundreds of passenger planes were converted to freighters, known as preighters, to transport loads of Covid protection goods and pharmaceuticals. A Portuguese charter operator was first to convert an A380 for freight, removing most ...Read More

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Korea’s coffee imports surge

Imports of coffee and espresso to S Korea increased to record levels in 2020, as the Covid-19 crisis drove higher demand the in coffee-loving country due to WFH and social distancing. Last year, Korea imported 176,648 tons of coffee,according to ...Read More

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S. Korea’s wine imports hit new high

Wine imports to south Korea reached a record high in 2020 as more people enjoyed drinking at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic. South Korea imported US$239 million worth of wines in the January-November period in 2020, much higher than ...Read More

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Turkey to raise number of freight trains to China

The Turkish trade minister has said that the number of freight trains will increase, and continue travelling regularly to China. "We are proud and delighted that Turkish goods arrived in China, one of the world's largest markets, in 13 days ...Read More

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Food and drink exports down £1.1bn from Scotland

The impact of Covid-19 and US import tariffs caused Scottish food and drink exports to plummet by £1.1 billion in the first nine months of the year. New figures from the Scottish Government show exports were down 22.4% in the ...Read More

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Import and export costs go up. Freight rates rise

Freight charges have risen in the last few weeks because of the effect of Covid-19 on the global shipping sector, increasing the cost for importers and exporters in Bangladesh. Major mainline carriers have increased freight rates, citing an acute shortage ...Read More

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China-Europe rail freight service to be improved

China is increasing its efforts to improve the service capability of China-Europe rail freight, providing extra freight services to compensate for the disruption caused by COVID-19. Demand is rising for freight trains as the COVID-19 outbreak has hampered international air ...Read More

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China Wine Imports

From 2010 to 2017, the size of the wine imports market more than doubled. China's rapidly emerging middle class were attracted to 'Western' drinks categories. Recently, trade tensions and Covid-19 have thrown the market into turmoil. Most recently, China has ...Read More

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Meat exports from Scotland plunge due to Covid-19

Exports of Scottish red meat and offal have fallen by almost 8% as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Total exports of Scottish red meat and offal fell from about £82m to £75.5m between August 2019 and July of this ...Read More

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Irish exports rise

Irish goods exports has risen by 8 per cent in value to €122 billion so far this year. This was led by exports of medical and pharmaceutical products, which have risen as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Exports for ...Read More

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Queensland export concerns due to COVID-19

Queensland state's mango growers in Australia have complained they are at a disadvantage, because their counterparts in the Northern Territory have received more export assistance. The Australian Mango Growers Association chair says the disparity in assistance between the states could ...Read More

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Work from home in the West boosts coir exports

Coir and products exports from India to western countries including the US are flourishing, thanks to the new normal of ‘Work from Home’ triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Coir exporters said that many customers, having been forced to spend more ...Read More

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Bangladesh Exports hit problems

Exports earned $2.9 billion in October, a reduction of about 6.5% from a year earlier. This may be the harbinger of the cold, harsh winter awaiting Bangladesh’s exports during a second wave of Covid-19. Last month’s income also missed its ...Read More

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Australian wine exports beat the pandemic

Wine exports from Australia have defied the COVID-19 pandemic by continuing to grow in all top-five markets, and increasing in overall value by four per cent to $2.998bn. A report from Wine Australia shows that in the 12 months ended ...Read More

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Drinking at home helps wine exports

Winemakers in New Zealand are benefitting as consumers in the northern hemisphere stay at home during the Covid-19 pandemic. According to the latest quarterly wine report, global demand for New Zealand wine continues to increase despite the pandemic and geopolitical ...Read More

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Japan exports and imports continue to recover

Japan's exports and imports continued to recover last month from a downturn caused mainly by Covid-19. Exports fell by 4.9 percent in September from a year ago, but even this negative figure still shows a path of recovery from May, ...Read More

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As Global Trade Struggles, exports from China recover

China’s exports have experienced a resurgence, surpassing even pre-coronavirus levels, according to news reports; global demand for export goods from China like electronic products and medical equipment has seen a big increase. Reports say that China is supplying the kind ...Read More

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Covid-19 Drop in August salmon exports from Norway

Salmon exports from Norway took a big Covid hit during August, the latest figures show. Export sales fell by seven per cent in volume terms to 95,100 tonnes and were down 13 per cent in value on the same month ...Read More

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Freight capacity increased on Belfast-Liverpool-Heysham routes

Short sea freight volumes dropped noticeably during the Covid-19 peak, so shipping lines were forced to remove freight ships from some services. During the summer months, shipping lines have seen an increase in freight demand and one company is chartering ...Read More

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Chile exports promotional campaign

The main export unions of Chile have launched an international promotional campaign to reinforce their commitment to exports after the problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The export promotion agency said "we want to tell the world that Chile has ...Read More

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Shenzhen increases coronavirus testing for frozen food imports

The Chinese port city of Shenzhen requires extra tests on frozen meat and seafood after they detected traces of COVID-19 on food imports last week. The city government announced the move on its microblog on 17 August. It has set ...Read More

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Exports of goods reached last year’s level

In June 2020 exports of goods from Estonia remained at the same level as 2019 and imports decreased by 8%. In the second quarter of 2020, exports decreased by 15% and imports by 18%. According to Statistics Estonia, after the ...Read More

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Freight forwarders join request for Brexit clarity

BIFA, trade association for UK freight forwarders says that there is limited time to prepare for revised trading arrangements, after Brexit. The director general of the Freight Association, said: “The sooner the government puts some meat on the bones of ...Read More

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Slovenia Exports and imports reduced

Slovenia's exports and imports in June 2020 decreased compared with the previous year; exports were 4.2% lower, imports were 5.1% lower. There were significant annual decreases in the value of external trade in April and May, but the effect of ...Read More

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Record low for UK manufacturing exports

Between April and June, the Trade Index was at a new low of 34.6 for new manufacturing exports, a decline from 46.8 in the first quarter of 2020. The fall in exports is the lowest since the financial crisis in ...Read More

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Face masks provide opportunities for NZ wool exports

The face mask industry could be "game-changing" for New Zealand's wool exports, as a NZ company is already using specialist-breed New Zealand Astino wool as the main ingredient in a vast range of air filtration applications. The air filtration products ...Read More

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UK pork exports drop 2% in May

May trading figures show the disruption caused by Covid-19, with UK pork exports recording a 2% decline on the year. Meanwhile, UK imports continued to be below last year’s volumes. Fresh and frozen pork volumes showed 2% decline in May, ...Read More

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Flower exports from Kenya

Kenyan flower exports have returned to 85 per cent of pre Covid-29 levels, following the easing of lockdown in European export markets. Kenyan farmers had to throw away millions of roses in March when airfreight services were significantly reduced. Kenya ...Read More

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Bangladesh imports more fruits

The harvest season in Bangladesh is underway for local fruits such as mango, jackfruit and lychee, but there is also growing demand for fruits which have to be imported. Sales of fruits in retail markets across the country have increased ...Read More

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South Korea in recession – exports at 57-year low

South Korea has fallen into recession from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. GDP fall by a worse-than-expected 2.9% in year-on-year terms, the steepest decline since 1998. Exports, which account for nearly 40% of the economy, fell by the highest ...Read More

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Non-textile exports from Pakistan dip

Exports of non-textile products fell by almost eight per cent year-on-year during July-June in FY20 because of the cancellation of orders following the coronavirus outbreak. Pre Covid-19, a consistent increase was noted in the exports of non-textile products in the ...Read More

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Turkey Exports surge

Exports from Turkey this June increased by 15.8% from the same month last year, recovering from a decline due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Turkey’s trade minister said. Exports recorded a month-on-month rise of 35% thanks to the normalization process. Imports ...Read More

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Pharma body in India seeks faster import clearances

The Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India said it has been flooded with distress calls from member companies over acute disruption in manufacturing due to non-clearance of imported raw materials at various ports. A senior official of the ministry of ...Read More

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Accountancy firm advising clients to reject Chinese imports

A major Australian accounting firm is urging clients to seek alternatives to Chinese goods imports, in order to reduce supply chain risk. The firm is questioning why the human rights abuses of the communist regime do not attract more protest ...Read More

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China Suspends Chicken Exports

China has suspended poultry exports from an Arkansas processing plant, where workers had tested positive for COVID-19. A spokesperson for the processing plant said that the company is investigating the matter. They said that “It is important to note that ...Read More

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Egypt opens 7 new export markets

Egypt has opened seven new markets for fruit and vegetable exports within 6 months, despite the difficulties created by the Covid-19 crisis. Agricultural exports have reached almost all international markets. This has allowed the export of dates to Australia, oranges ...Read More

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Winemakers inr Portugal resume exports to China

Winemakers in the Dão wine region of Portugal have exported their first shipment of wine to China since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. It is hoped that the region can soon export more wine to China, so the volume ...Read More

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Scottish exports fall by 15%

Scottish goods exports in the first three months of this year were worth £7.17 billion, from £8.49bn a year ago; this reflects Covid-19’s impact on global sales since the start of 2020. UK goods exports in the first quarter of ...Read More

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Brexit: UK to reduce EU border checks

The government of the UK has indicated that HMRC will apply much less rigorous EU border checks on imports than initially planned, once the Brexit transition period finishes at the end of 2020. The Financial Times is reporting that Ministers ...Read More

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Singapore and France agree freight policy

Singapore and France have announced in a joint statement that they will co-operate to ensure the supply chains for essential food and agricultural freight remain operational during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Minister of Agriculture and Food of France and the ...Read More

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China-Europe freight train 72% increase

From May 31, China-Europe freight trains running from Yiwu, in the Zhejiang province of China carried out 200 trips this year. The service transported 16,672 freight containers, a growth rate of 72 percent, according to China Railway Shanghai Group Co ...Read More

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Covid-19 supplies by rail freight

China-Europe freight trains which depart from Yiwu connect five cities in eastern China and 36 countries in Europe. These include Spain, Denmark, Switzerland and France, and deliver cross-border mail of over 2,000 tons. The majority of cargo transported is Corvid-19 ...Read More

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India pharma exports

The government of India has allowed the exports of 13 pharmaceutical formulations, including those made of Vitamin B6, B12 and B1 under advance licenses issued on or before March 3. It also permitted exports of the restricted 13 active pharmaceutical ...Read More

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S. Korea exports wristband trackers for quarantine violators

South Korea has been using electronic wristbands equipped with a location-tracking system on people who violate self-isolation rules since late April. Health authorities said exports of the wristbands will help South Korea to form a deeper connection with the rest ...Read More

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KPA extends free storage period for imports, exports

The Kenya Ports Authority has increased the free storage period for importers and exporters because of the slow turn-around interval for freight lorries caused by the impact of the Covid-19. The Managing Director said that the virus has impacted the ...Read More

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Portugal stops waste imports

Portugal has halted imports of foreign waste until the end of the year to protect domestic landfill capacity. Portugal usually attracts large quantities of European rubbish imports because of its low fees, has refused to accept 246,000 tons of waste ...Read More

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The Impact of COVID-19 on South Africa’s Maritime Economy

COVID-19 first broke out in the port city of Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The economic impact of the global lockdown is considerable, with the global freight and shipping industry being among the biggest casualties. Global shipping markets have declined; ...Read More

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Kenya’s herb farmers crushed by virus blow to exports

For herb growers in Kenya heavy rains - as have been experienced recently - often mean a year of solid profits. The thriving horticultural sector has become a major driver of Kenya’s export revenue. But measures put in place to ...Read More

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April garment exports from Vietnam plummet

Garment and textile exports from Vietnam in April fell 20 percent year-on-year and could fall further, as importers cancel orders because of Covid-19 pandemic impacts. Data showed that garment and textile exports in the first four months fell 6.6 percent ...Read More

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Disinfectant exports from Turkey increase because of COVID-19

Disinfectant product exports from Turkey recorded a more than tenfold increase during the first four months of the year. The coronavirus pandemic increased demand for such products, increasing to $90 million from $8.6 million the year before. The data revealed ...Read More

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Freight trains continue in spite of coronavirus slowdowns

Freight trains transporting and transporting food, consumer products, chemicals and livestock to and from manufacturers, stores and ports are still running through Los Angeles County and California. During the past two months, the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting closures have disrupted ...Read More

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Thai food and electronic exports increase despite global Covid-19 crisis

Thai exports grew by 0.91 per cent in the first quarter compared to the same period last year, mainly bcause of food and electronics. Overall exports are expected to contract by 8 per cent year on year. The chief of ...Read More

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Kampot pepper in storage as exports dry up

The famous Kampot pepper from Cambodia is facing export difficulties because of COVID-19 restrictions since receiving its geographic indicator (GI) certification from the European Union. Nguon Lay, the president of the KPPA, said that - since the outbreak of the ...Read More

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Exports of Lime and Lemon from Iran banned

A government ministry in Iran has banned the export of limes, lemons and the rubber used in making masks following the outbreak of Covid-19. Over 5,000 tons of lime imports will be in Iran by May 4 in order to ...Read More

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Sri Lanka tea exports suffer

Sri Lanka's tea exports recorded the lowest-ever volume of shipments and sharp dip in value. COVID-19 mitigation measures have disrupted the trade. Tea exports in March amounted to 13.8 million kilos, the lowest ever. This was worse than the previous ...Read More

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Mozzarella exports for Asian pizza

The increasing appetite for pizza in Asia is helping to increase mozzarella export sales for South Australia’s largest cheesemaker. the manufacturer recently closed a deal to export 1000 tonnes of mozzarella a year from its factory near Adelaide. It will ...Read More

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Covid-19 affects Scottish salmon exports

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a 32 percent drop in Scottish salmon exports in February. The sector is trying to adapt to the ever-changing restrictions. The latest HMRC export figures in February 2020 show a fall of 2,700 tonnes compared ...Read More

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Demand for gloves in Covid-19 era boosts Thai rubber exports

The Rubber Authority of Thailand said that the Covid-19 pandemic has boosted Thai rubber exports because of increased global demand for rubber gloves in the medical industry. 'We have seen Thai rubber export growth increase, particularly rubber gloves and synthetic ...Read More

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South Africa’s Vintners Can’t export Wine

Vintners in South African have been baffled during the COVID-19 pandemic, with their nation's rules changing by the day. They understand the need to protect health but they worry that rules banning all wine sales and exports will lead to ...Read More

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Lower tariffs help US importers

Income to the US Treasury from customs duties – namely tariffs – fell by 6.8% year over year in March. This was the first annual decline since August 2017. The largest driver was a 5.8% reduction in imports. That in ...Read More

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US exports to China fell 11.4% in 2019

US goods exports to China contracted by 11.4 percent due largely to tariffs and business uncertainties in 2019. The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to bring a more serious picture for this year, a leading trade association said in the USA ...Read More

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Covid-19 Pandemic to trigger Japan export fall

Japan’s exports slumped to probably its lowest figure in over 3-1/2 years in March, as the Covid-19 pandemic crushed demand in the United States and Europe. The increasing consequences of the pandemic has added pressure to an economy already on ...Read More

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China will not limit exports of Covid-19 medical goods

China will not restrict exports of medical goods which protect against the coronavirus pandemic, a government spokesman said. China, the biggest maker of surgical masks and other products, said it would start inspecting exports after importers' complaints that some Chinese ...Read More

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Shipping Industry Covid-19 aftermath

The 'Big 3' shipping alliances — 2M, Ocean Alliance, and The Alliance — are cutting back operations to prevent freight rates from falling because of a steep decline in cargo volumes. There were 212 temporary cancellations of container ships from ...Read More

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Healthcare Industry’s Exports Grow 22.5% in Q1 amid COVID-19 Crisis

Healthcare exports from South Korea increased 22.5 percent in the first quarter of 2020 during the COVID-19 crisis. The Korea Health Industry Development Institute, said that Korea’s exports of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and cosmetics totaled US$4.4 billion in the first ...Read More

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Covid -19 – China suspends exports of non-essential goods

Customs authorities in China have required all non-essential goods which have been loaded on vessels for export after March 27 to be unloaded. The decision is based on lockdowns in various countries, which may mean that the cargo will not ...Read More

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R W Freight Services is ready

Exports and Imports are being affected by many factors beyond our control, but shippers can be assured that R W Freight have fully prepared for the factors which we can control. All our staff  are fully equipped to work from ...Read More

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Singapore exports grow in COVID-19 outbreak

Non-oil exports from Singapore grew rather than shrank in February, showing a rise in shipments to the European Union, Japan and the U.S. But exports to China and Hong Kong fell, demonstrating the instability of the city-state's key export markets. ...Read More

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