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NOVEL FOODS REGULATION WILL BOOST INNOVATION IN PROCESSED MEAT, SAY EXPERTS

THE EUROPEAN Union’s (EU) revised novel food regulation (EU) 2015/2283, which will enter into force from January 1, 2018, will increase innovation in the meat sector, according to industry experts….

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US AIR STANDARDS BOSS TELLS ICAO MEETING GUIDANCE FOR DRONES MUST BE DRAFTED QUICKLY

…other standards bodies this week at GANIS, which runs until Friday, December 15. This will include European standards body EUROCAE whose secretary general Christian Schleifer also spoke at the GANIS…

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INTERNATIONAL DEBATES FOCUS ON WHETHER TO CREATE GLOBAL SWIM STANDARD AND GUIDANCE

…and manages it? Stéphane Dubet, head of research and development within AIS France at France’s ATV regulator DNSA (direction des services de la navigation aérienne), predicted that there would not…

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CHINESE CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR EXPORTERS EXPLOIT EU IMPORT CONTROL WEAKNESSES TO EVADE TAX – SAYS WATCHDOG

THE EUROPEAN Union’s (EU) financial watchdog, the Court of Auditors, has highlighted concerns about how Chinese clothing and footwear exporters maybe exploiting loopholes in EU customs and VAT controls to…

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EU MINISTERS APPROVE NEW ANTIDUMPING RULES

THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) Council of Ministers has now formally approved new EU anti-dumping new rules which may help the EU impose antidumping duties against Chinese dumped metal exports, clearing…

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INDUSTRIAL MINERALS INDUSTRY WELCOMES NEW EU ANTI-DUMPING RULES

THE EUROPEAN industrial minerals industry has reacted positively to the European Union (EU) Council of Ministers’ formal approval, December 4, of new anti-dumping rules. Scheduled to come into force on…

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CHINA’S GOVERNMENT FLEXES ITS MONEY TO FIGHT MONEY LAUNDERING FINANCE STILL FLOWS OVERSEAS

…tax on Chinese goods sold in the country. The ICBC could ultimately lose its European Union (EU) banking licence (issued and regulated by the European Central Bank) over the saga….

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VIRTUAL CURRENCIES RECEIVE AML CONTROLS AS EU STRIKES DEAL ON REFORMS TO MONEY LAUNDERING DIRECTIVE

and Paradise Papers leaks and rising concern about terrorism. The agreement between the EU Council of Ministers, European Parliament and the European Commission should see the reforms in place within…

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MEPS BACK BOOSTING EU CASH CARRYING CONTROLS

PROPOSALS to tighten checks on cash entering or leaving the European Union (EU) were boosted yesterday (Monday Dec 4) when they were backed by the European Parliament’s civil liberties and…

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ASEAN UNIVERSITIES SHOULD FOLLOW SINGAPORE EXAMPLE IN EQUIPPING GRADUATES FOR WORK, SAY EXPERTS

…Asia to the European Foundation of Management Development, universities in Asia need to “adopt the European model of longer internships with academic recognition.” To this end, the European Chamber of…

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