BIMCO kicks off its First Advisory Panel in Asia

SIONGAPORE : The Singapore event was the first in a series of Advisory Panels for Asia members which will be held every year. “Asian owner members of BIMCO are at the very heart of our business today and in the future,” says BIMCO Secretary General & Chief Executive, Angus Frew, who chaired the event. “Meeting
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The Singapore event was the first in a series of Advisory Panels for Asia members which will be held every year. “Asian owner members of BIMCO are at the very heart of our business today and in the future,” says BIMCO Secretary General and Chief Executive, Angus Frew, who chaired the event. “Meeting our members
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NEW DELHI: Rising imports from China have taken a heavy toll on the employment-generation potential of the manufacturing sector, especially among the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), the parliamentary standing committee on commerce said. The major impact of Chinese imports has been felt by labour-intensive sectors like textile, steel and power. “The stainless-steel industry
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An OPEC and non-OPEC technical committee will next week discuss proposals for sharing out an oil-output increase, sources familiar with the matter said, a tense topic for the producer group after it decided in June to ease supply curbs. A panel called the Joint Technical Committee will on Tuesday consider proposals on distributing the agreed
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All India Association of Industries (AIAI) and World Trade Centre Mumbai are organising a panel discussion on ‘Unlocking BIMSTEC Potential’ at Centrum, 1st Floor, Centre 1 Building, World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai on Wednesday, September 5, 2018. The event is the first precursor to AIAI’s flagship Global Economic Summit, the eighth edition of which is scheduled in
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Terming the banning of Letter of Understanding (LoU)/Letter of Comfort (LoC) post Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam a “knee-jerk reaction by the RBI”, a Parliamentary panel recently said the adversely impacted exports and the  MSME sector. After the ban, e Export credit too declined 24.4 percent in the 2017-18 financial year and was down 29.6
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