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MINERALS TRADERS OFFERED BETTER ACCESS TO SOUTH AMERICA AND EUROPE UNDER EU-MERCOSUR TRADE DEAL



A EUROPEAN Union (EU) trade deal struck with South America’s Mercosur group of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, should boost trade between the two blocs of industrial minerals. The agreement, which now needs to be ratified by both sides, will phase out all EU duties charged on industrial goods (including minerals and mineral items) over 10 years.…

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BRAZIL BEEF EXPORTS TO UAE BOOM



Brazilian beef exports to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) saw an increase of 439.84% year-on-year in the first half of 2019, according to figures issued by the Dubai-based Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce. Brazilian beef sales to all Arab countries were up 47.62%.…

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EU MERCOSUR DEAL LIKELY TO BOOST TRADE IN FINISHING CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS



THE TRADE in textile finishing chemicals and products made with them between the European Union (EU) and the Mercosur bloc of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay is likely to intensify under a new trade deal between the two regional groupings.

The agreement, which now needs ratification by both sides, will phase out all EU duties charged on industrial goods (including dyes and other finishers) over 10 years.…

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LATIN AMERICA’S PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT MARKETS REMAIN IN THE DOLDRUMS AS ECONOMIES PERFORM POORLY



IT has been another subdued year for the beauty and personal care product market in Latin America, as the region’s economy underperforms yet again after six years of deceleration (and in some countries outright recession), keeping a lid on sales growth. …

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TOBACCO COMPANIES BID TO REDUCE THEIR CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT



EVERY manufacturing and agricultural industry has an impact on climate change – and the tobacco sector is no different. Faced with long-standing criticism of the health impact of its products, the tobacco industry is now facing attacks that its work generates carbon emissions and hence climate change.…

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WOLLASTONITE OFFERS GREAT POTENTIAL AS BASE FOR DEVELOPING CARBON EMISSIONS REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY



WOLLASTONITE has been described by a Canadian producer as “a white mineral for a greener world,” and it seems governments, businesses and industries agree – with wollastonite is set to see increased market growth in its traditional uses plus a new focus on its powerful qualities to help tackle climate change.…

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METAL TRADERS OFFERED BETTER ACCESS TO SOUTH AMERICA AND EUROPE UNDER EU-MERCOSUR TRADE DEAL



A EUROPEAN Union (EU) trade deal struck with South America’s Mercosur group of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, will boost trade between the two blocs of non-ferrous metals and related articles. The agreement, which now needs to be ratified by both sides, will phase out all EU duties charged on industrial goods (including metals and metal items) over 10 years.…

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WOLLASTONITE OFFERS GREAT POTENTIAL AS BASE FOR DEVELOPING CARBON EMISSIONS REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY



WOLLASTONITE has been described by a Canadian producer as “a white mineral for a greener world,” and it seems governments, businesses and industries agree – with wollastonite is set to see increased market growth in its traditional uses plus a new focus on its powerful qualities to help tackle climate change.…

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METAL TRADERS OFFERED BETTER ACCESS TO SOUTH AMERICA AND EUROPE UNDER EU-MERCOSUR TRADE DEAL



A EUROPEAN Union (EU) trade deal struck with South America’s Mercosur group of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, will boost trade between the two blocs of non-ferrous metals and related articles. The agreement, which now needs to be ratified by both sides, will phase out all EU duties charged on industrial goods (including metals and metal items) over 10 years.…

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PRESSURES GROW ONTO CHINA’S GOVERNMENT TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT PORK



AFRICAN swine fever (ASF) has been squeezing pork supplies in China to a point where the country’s political leadership fears upheaval, as reflected by the country’s government influenced social media restricting ASF-related discussion. Even academic articles, if ASF-themed, now require explicit regulatory approval before publishing, informed sources in China, who requested anonymity, told just-food.  …

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