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Asia's Fuel Exporters Target Sales Bump As Refineries Shut Down Under

Imports from Exxon's refineries in Singapore would likely fill the gap, said Serena Huang, Asia lead analyst at data analytics firm Vortexa.

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Union Budget 2021: Exporters urge Finance Minister to increase R&D spends, reduce taxes

Union Budget 2021: Exporters urge Finance Minister to increase R&D spends, reduce taxes

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Govt Removes Import Curbs On Fresheners

A notification in this regard was issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), under the commerce ministry.

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Walmart Commits To Exporting US Dollar10 Billion Of India-Made Goods Each Year By 2027

Walmart’s supplier development program Vriddhi, launched a year ago, is bringing export skills and knowledge to MSMEs to prepare them to succeed as suppliers to Walmart, Flipkart and other companies in India and around the world.

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Japan's Long Run Of Falling Exports Slows As Auto Demand Perks Up

Imports fell 13.3% in the year to October, bigger than the median estimate for a 9.0% decrease but slower than the 17.2% fall in September.

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Japan Export Decline Slows Dramatically As US-Bound Car Shipments Jump

Exports fell 4.9% in September compared with the same month a year earlier, more than the 2.4% economists forecast.

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China's Imports, Exports Surge As Global Economy Reopens

Imports surged 13.2%, returning to growth from a slump of 2.1% in August and much stronger than expectations for a 0.3% increase.

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India's August Palm Oil Imports Drop 14% As Virus Hits Demand

India is the world's biggest importer of edible oils and lower purchases could put downward pressure on Malaysian palm oil prices and U.S. soyoil prices.

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Malaysia's Palm Producers To Recruit Prisoners, Ex-Drug Addicts To Solve Virus-Driven Labour Crunch

MPOA estimated that the industry has lost up to 30% of its potential yield due to a labour crunch, and pegged the country's crude palm oil output to be much lower than last year's 19.9 million tonnes.

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China August Exports Rise 9.5% Y/Y, Beat Forecasts; Imports Down 2.1%

China posted a trade surplus of $58.93 billion last month, compared with the poll's forecast for a $50.50 billion surplus and $62.33 billion surplus in July.

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98% of exporters, especially MSMEs will benefit under MEIS: Piyush Goyal

98% of exporters, especially MSMEs will benefit under MEIS: Piyush Goyal

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Japan's Exports Tumble, Capex Outlook Sags As Demand Wilts

Total exports fell 19.2% in July from a year earlier, roughly in line with market expectations for a 21.0% decrease, government data showed on Wednesday.

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Madhya Pradesh condemns Punjab's opposition to GI tag for basmati rice to state

Madhya Pradesh condemns Punjab's opposition to GI tag for basmati rice to state

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China's Fuel Exports Poised For A Strong Rebound This Month And Next

Gasoline exports are expected to soar by 44% to about 1.1 million to 1.2 million tonnes (300,000-327,000 barrels per day) in July from June

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India's Exporters Rue New Red Tape Requirements From Government

The government last month said only 3.5% of India's 142,000 exporters had been identified as "risky" and after verification tax benefits for genuine exporters would be released within a month.

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