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Export hub steps up to meet World Cup demand

China Daily 05 Oct 2022
With the 2022 FIFA World Cup approaching, Chinese companies are rushing to fill their shipping containers with goods ranging from soccer balls and toys to virtual reality helmets for the event, which will be held in Qatar in November and December ... "We are in the final stage of exporting World Cup-related soccer balls.
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U.S. barge backlog swells on parched Mississippi River

Reuters 05 Oct 2022
CHICAGO, Oct 4 (Reuters) - Commercial barge traffic on southern stretches of the Mississippi River was at a standstill on Tuesday as low water levels halted shipments of grain, fertilizer and other commodities on the critical waterway, shipping sources said ... Gulf Coast export terminals, where some 60% of U.S.
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South Africa: Record citrus crop fails to deliver large profits due to soaring freight costs

Fresh Plaza 05 Oct 2022
The biggest factors in terms of influence on our export returns have been the freight rate and the cost of shipping. As a result, a lot of fruit was exported at a loss.” ... But South African citrus exports to Russia have exceeded last year’s.
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The celebration of the cherry blossom in an orchard in Maule marks the official start ...

Fresh Plaza 05 Oct 2022
"Chilean fruit exports are not only important for Chilean exporters, they're also important for consumers in China ... According to Asoex data, Chile exported 356,348 tons of cherries in the 2021-2022 season; 313,237 tons of which were shipped to China. In 2022 Chile continues to be the world's leading cherry exporter.
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Ukraine's foodstuff exports to reach 6 mln tons after key deal

People Daily 05 Oct 2022
4 (Xinhua) -- Ukraine shipped 77,400 tons of foodstuffs through its seaports on Monday, bringing the total exports under a key grain deal signed in July to 5.9 million tons, ...
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Exporters lose over $12,000 for every container of bananas contaminated with drugs in Ecuador

Fresh Plaza 05 Oct 2022
The banana export sector ... "We are concerned because drug trafficking continues and only exporters bear the brunt of this problem, not the ports or the shipping companies.". It should be noted that Guayaquil has 12 private terminals that move 85% of Ecuador's non-oil exports, i.e.
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Chinese Oil Demand Set to Rebound as Refiners Rush to Use Quotas

Caixin Online 05 Oct 2022
... after Beijing released trade allowances enabling its vast refining industry to ship in more crude and export more fuel.
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US walnut prices slide on ample supply and weak bakery performance

Fresh Plaza 05 Oct 2022
California shipped 255.7m lbs of inshell walnuts in the 2021/22 marketing year (Sep-Aug), a decrease of 111m lbs (-31%) compared to the previous campaign, due to a huge drop in shipments to the Middle East and Africa, California’s key markets for inshell walnuts.
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OPEC+ weighs large oil cutback to boost sagging prices

Colorado Springs Gazette 05 Oct 2022
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries on Wednesday will debate a potentially large cut in the amount of crude it ships to the global economy — a move that could help Russia weather a looming European ....
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PAJ takes steps to relieve port congestion

Jamaica Observer 05 Oct 2022
THE Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) has implemented measures to relieve congestion at the Port of Kingston following concerns expressed publicly by stakeholder groups in the port and shipping industry, particularly by the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) and the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA).
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Will Saudi Arabia support Putin by driving OPEC to cut oil production today? Move would ...

The Daily Mail 05 Oct 2022
The 13-nation OPEC cartel and its 10 Russian-led allies of oil-exporting countries will debate a cut of up to two million barrels a day it ships to the global economy ... The 13-nation OPEC cartel and its 10 Russian-led allies of oil-exporting countries will debate a cut of up to two million barrels a day.
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OPEC+ weighs large oil cut to boost prices against US pushback

The Arab Weekly 05 Oct 2022
The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries on Wednesday will debate a potentially large cut in the amount of crude it ships to the global economy, a move that faces a US pushback as it could help Russia weather a looming European ban on oil imports and raise petrol prices for US drivers just ahead of American midterm elections.
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OPEC+ weighs large oil production cutback, a move that could raise US gas prices

ABC7 05 Oct 2022
FRANKFURT, Germany -- The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries on Wednesday will debate a potentially large cut in the amount of crude it ships to the global economy - a move that could help Russia weather a looming European ban on oil imports and raise gasoline prices for U.S.
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Shipping Activity at Port Qasim

Urdu Point 04 Oct 2022
KARACHI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 4th Oct, 2022 ) .The movement of following ships was recorded at the Port on Monday where five ships namely ... Meanwhile another ship, Henrika Schulte with Containers also arrived at outer anchorage of the Port Qasim on Tuesday morning.
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Yemen govt slams Houthi threats to attack oil ships

Arab News 04 Oct 2022
In a letter sent on Monday to agents of shipping firms operating in Yemen, the ministry’s Maritime Affairs Authority said they should carry on exporting the nation’s oil, gas, and minerals from government-controlled ports and not comply with Houthi demands or threats.

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