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INDO INTERTEX AIMS TO BOOST GROWTH FOR INDONESIA'S TEXTILE INDUSTRY

…or than 9,000 visitors representing regional and international textile and garment companies, Kingsen said. This year’s edition is expected to attract 15,000 visitors and 600 brands from 24 countries, he…

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HARMONISED TAX APPROACH FOR NOVEL TOBACCO PRODUCTS WILL BECOME A REALITY ONCE THEY REACH THE MASS, EXPERTS SAY

…in e-cigarettes, several experts told Tobacco Journal International. To them, the action of the Commission is logical because e-vapour products do not generate tobacco smoke, so “including e-vapour products into…

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US TOBACCO EXPORTS IN FIRING LINE AS EUROPEAN UNION THREATENS RETALIATION OVER TRUMP METAL DUTIES

…allow talks on metal prices, but it was unclear by the time Tobacco Journal International went to press if these talks would be successful. In case of failure, the EU…

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KENYA TOBACCO FARMERS FACE TOUGH TIMES

TOBACCO farming in Kenya is facing challenging times, with Tobacco Journal International being warned by farmers, government officials and market researchers that large-scale cultivation of the crop has been declining…

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INDONESIAN TEXTILE ASSOCIATION BOSS UPBEAT ABOUT HIS INDUSTRY’S FUTURE, BUT ACCEPTS CHALLENGES PAY AHEAD

…good taste, so their designs appeal to Europeans,” he said. Better that this talent remained at home, he said, noting how Jakarta is home to international fashion design schools and…

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US TRUCK EXPORTS IN FIRING LINE AS EUROPEAN UNION THREATENS RETALIATION OVER TRUMP METAL DUTIES

…to starve its defence manufacturers of materials: “We cannot see how the EU, friends and allies in NATO, can be a threat to international security in the USA,” she has…

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FRESH MOVES AFOOT TO RESOLVE THE THORNY CASPIAN ISSUE AMONG LITTORAL STATES

…said Stanislav Pritchin, a Russian analyst at international affairs institute Chatham House. “For a long time, Iran has not recognised these limitations because they wanted to divide the sea into…

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SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT BALANCING RELIANCE ON OVERSEAS WORKERS WITH NURTURING LOCAL TALENT

…is needed to make Singapore residents’ productivity more competitive internationally, they warned. According to the Labour Market Advance Release Q4 2017 published on January 26, 2018 by the ministry of…

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METHANE HYDRATES STORE VAST AMOUNTS OF NATURAL GAS – BUT THEIR EXPLOITATION REMANS UNECONOMIC FOR NOW

  International activity to understand and potentially extract natural gas from methane hydrates has intensified since 2010 with the continuation and launch of new research and development (R&D) projects and…

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CASH REMAINS KING FOR MONEY LAUNDERERS, ALTHOUGH USE OF CRYPTOCURRENCIES IS GROWING

…and international payments. “There are no international borders – only a mix of copper, fibre, bits and ether – the native playground for cyber criminals.” Ransomware attacks have also changed…

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