MAJOR INDIAN FOOD ASSOCIATIONS OPPOSE PLANNED SINGLE USE PLASTICS BAN
BY MINI PANT ZACHARIAH, in Mumbai
MAJOR Indian food industry associations have attacked the Indian government plan to ban single use plastics across India by 2022.
DUBAI SHOW SEES LAUNCH OF SMART SOFTWARE PLATFORMS TO BOOST AIRPORT SECURITY
BY HEBA HASHEM, in Dubai Honeywell has introduced new smart solutions during the Dubai Airport Show that are designed to make life easier for every day airport operation. US-based Honeywell launched a smart software suite, NAVITAS, designed to help improve the safety and efficiency of airside operations by increasing connectivity through Internet of Things technology.
EUROFER WARNS OVER JOB LOSSES RELATED TO USA METAL DUTIES
BY LIZ NEWMARK, in Brussels
EUROPEAN steel association EUROFER’s communications director Charles De Lusignan told Metal Bulletin on March 13 that the impact of the USA’s steel and aluminium duties through a loss of US exports, combined with a surge of EU imports, could force EU steel producers to reduce production by more than 10 million tonnes.
HK INSTITUTE LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAMME TO MENTOR YOUNG HR HOPEFULS
By Poorna Rodrigo THE HR sector in Hong Kong has developed a new mentorship programme to coach young would-be personnel professionals so that they can get a head start in their career.
Lebanese Banks Are Battling It On In A Difficult Environment
By Paul Cochrane in Beirut
Lebanon’s banks are at the frontline, both literally - the country borders war-ravaged Syria north and east - and as they negotiate to preserve or recover correspondent relationships in a de-risking environment.