Not expecting major shift in trade with Iran post US sanctions: Rita Teaotia

 Commerce secretary Rita Teaotia has said that India is not expecting any major shift in trade with Iran following the US decision to reimpose trade sanctions against it. “I would not expect any major shift happening,” Teaotia said at an event organised by the Centre for Regional Trade. Explaining that the sanctions on Iran were
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Piraeus port, the largest harbor in Greece, entered a new era of handling 20,000 plus twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) vessels on Monday when China’s COSCO Shipping Taurus giga container vessel, one of the biggest worldwide, docked here. The 400 m Taurus is the largest vessel to berth at Piraeus Container Terminal (PCT), opening a new
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As raw material prices continue to increase in 2018, leading coatings manufacturer Hempel announced today increases in sales prices of selected products. Over the past two years, the cost of many raw materials used in the manufacturing of coatings has continued to rise. In the last six months alone, for example, the cost of epoxy
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Efforts to green the European shipping industry have received a boost this week, with two major banks pledging to fund €300 million worth of clean tech investments in ships over the next three years. The Dutch bank ING and the European Investment Bank (EIB) will each contribute €150 million to retrofit existing vessels so that
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Despite making its debut Posidonia appearance this summer, China’s Shanghai Hilong Shine New Materials is no stranger to the Greek market where it launched an office last year to promote its commercial interests in the high potential Greek shipping market. As part of its commitment to the market, Hilong is also supporting grassroots sports through
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