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Exporting for Beginners: Infographic

Exporting 101 Navigating the ins and outs of exporting can be a daunting task – miss a step and your company could lose millions. To make matters worse, most of the information online is narrowly written for experienced traders whose families have been exporting for generations. But you don’t have to be a descendant of … Continue reading Exporting for Beginners: Infographic

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China, Egypt and Chile lift ban on meat imports from Brazil

China, Egypt and Chile lift ban on meat imports from Brazil

In a big relief to Brazil's meat industry, China, Egypt and Chile have lifted bans on import of meat such as beef and pork from Brazil. Earlier, these countries had banned meat import from Brazil following reports of bribery and impropriety by Brazilian exporters to government officials and inspectors in various countries.

Vietnam exports of agricultural products suffers a big blow

Vietnam exports of agricultural products suffers a big blow

India on March 7, 2017 imposed a temporary ban on imports of agricultural products from Vietnam due to “repeated interception of quarantine pests”. Its notable that India imports coffee beans, bamboo, black pepper, cinnamon, cassia and dragon fruit from Vietnam among other products.

Indian Government reintroduces tax on Wheat and Pulses Import

Indian Government reintroduces tax on Wheat and Pulses Import

The Indian Government on Tuesday March 28th, 2017 announced an introduction of 10% import duty on wheat and pulses. It had earlier abolished these duties four months back. In these four months, import of these commodities increased substantially causing dollar outflows.