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MORE SUPPORT NEEDED FOR ADVANCED BIOFUELS, EXPERTS SAY

EUROPEAN Union (EU) ministers finally committed, on December 18, (2017), to a target of reaching at least 27% renewable energy out of overall energy consumption by 2030. While lower than…

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EU AND BRAZIL TEXTILE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS JOIN FORCES TO PUSH EU-MERCOSUR TRADE DEAL NEGOTIATORS TO HEED THEIR WISHES

EUROPEAN Union (EU) and Brazilian textile industry associations have joined forces to draw up common proposals to put to negotiators drawing up the clothing and textile chapters of a future…

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EUROPEAN CAR MANUFACTURERS WELCOME AGREEMENT ON TYPE-APPROVAL RULES

THE EUROPEAN car industry has welcomed a deal struck over future European Union (EU) automobile type approval rules between the European Parliament and the EU Council of Ministers. The agreement…

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INDONESIA SEEKS GREATER ACCESS TO EU, US FOR ITS TEXTILE PRODUCTS

…with the USA and European Union (EU), boosting textile exports to these key markets. Ernovian Ismy, executive secretary of the Indonesian Textile Association (API – Asosiasi Pertekstilan Indonesia ), told…

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DBL GROUP LOOKS TO PLOUGH USD 1.2 BILLION INTO DEDICATED ECONOMIC ZONE

…a ceramic tiles factory and a light engineering facility – all equipped with western European machinery. The company zone is expected to be operational by March 2019. “Spinning will be…

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ECHA WARNS THAT UK PLASTICS CHEMICAL FIRMS MAY SUFFER BECAUSE OF BREXIT

European Union (EU) as planned, on March 29, 2019. It has released a database seeking to advise chemical producers of how their legal obligations will change. ECHA warns British companies:…

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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT APPROVES STRICT MEASURES TO PROTECT DYE WORKERS FROM CARCINOGENS

THE EUROPEAN textile finishing sector is welcoming the approval by the European Parliament of a binding workplace limit saying that workers using dyes should not breathe air with more than…

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DAIRY INDUSTRY LEADERS DIVIDED OVER BEST PATH FOR EU FAIR TRADE LEGISLATION

The promise of the European Union (EU) agriculture and rural development Commissioner Phil Hogan to give dairy and other farmers “a fair share of the pie” from food industry revenues…

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RETURN TO WORK PROGRAMMES HAVING MIXED RESULTS IN SOLVING ASIA’S TALENT CRUNCH

…financial services in mainland China means return to work schemes have had little impact there. Foreign banks have just a 3% market share according to the European Union Chamber of…

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SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA PERSONAL CARE EMERGING MARKETS STILL SURGE AHEAD WHILE WEALTHIER SOUTH AFRICA STAGNATES

…The investment could help Ethiopian manufacturers satisfy quality requirements needed to access developed markets, such as the United States, European Union, and Asia. Such robust development is widespread in sub-Saharan…

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