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- French customs officials' post-Brexit dirty tricks on British fish, DAVID JONES reveals
Devon fish exporter
Ian Perkes would ordinarily be keen on selling cuttlefish to sell in the EU, writes DAVID JONES. But thanks to French customs officials, he hasn't bought a single box.
Daily Mail. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Brexit: 'My meat shipment is rotting in Rotterdam'
Brexit border hold-ups mean customers are starting to go elsewhere says UK meat exporters group.
BBC News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- 'Pharmacy of the World will deliver': India begins COVID-19 vaccine exports
India has begun exporting
COVID-19 vaccines to neighboring countries with the first batches being shipped Wednesday to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal and Seychelles.
ABC News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- PM promises compensation to firms experiencing issues exporting to EU
Businesses experiencing problems exporting
to the EU "through no fault of their own" will receive compensation, the prime minister has said.
Sky News. Monday, 18 Jan 2021.
- Fishermen threaten to dump rotten seafood in Downing Street unless PM sorts Brexit export delays
UK seafood exporters have faced a 'perfect storm' of problems since the EU trade agreement began on January 1, with complaints of shellfish rotting in ports as a result of 'disastrous' hold-ups.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 14 Jan 2021.
- Scottish exporters count cost of further EU delays
Firms report ongoing paperwork and IT problems as hauliers face further delays at UK ports.
BBC News. Monday, 11 Jan 2021.
- Gene editing of British produce could hamper exports to the EU
The body representing food and drink manufacturing in the UK warns there could be "barriers" to exporting
English farmed foods if gene editing is allowed.
Sky News. Saturday, 9 Jan 2021.
- Exporters face 'real test' now as post-Brexit arrangements kick in
U.K.-based exporters are facing extra bureaucracy and costs in 2021 as they experience the new post-Brexit trading arrangements.
CNBC. Monday, 4 Jan 2021.
- AP Interview: India Bars Virus Vaccine Maker from Exporting
With rich nations reserving most of vaccines that will be made this year, Serum Institute likely to make most of inoculations for developing countries.
Voice of America. Monday, 4 Jan 2021.
- Biden To Continue Trump Nuclear Energy Legacy, Industry Calls President-Elect To Open International Market
President-elect Joe Biden will continue President Trump's nuclear energy legacy, but the challenge will be exporting
U.S. technology to global markets, especially emerging markets.
Forbes. Tuesday, 1 Dec 2020.
- Oil Prices: Brent And Crude Could Move Massively In The Coming Days
Traders know that when there is a disagreement among the Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries, OPEC members, or the OPEC+ members, which include Russia, this has a massive influence on oil prices.
Forbes. Monday, 30 Nov 2020.
- FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month grounding spurred by deadly crashes
Federal regulators cleared the Boeing 737 Max to fly again after a 20-month grounding that sparked a crisis inside one of the nation's biggest exporters.
CNBC. Wednesday, 18 Nov 2020.
- H. R. McMaster: Whether Trump or Biden wins, China still offers biggest challenge to our security, prosperity
The Chinese Communist Party is not only strengthening an internal system that stifles human freedom and extends its authoritarian control it is exporting
that model across the globe.
Fox News. Sunday, 18 Oct 2020.
- Surging Euro Presents E.C.B. With a Dilemma
A rising currency is eroding the competitiveness of European exporters. Central bankers are starting to worry.
New York Times. Thursday, 10 Sep 2020.
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