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Peskov on Sanctions Relief for Passage of Ships With Grain From Ukraine: Ports Mined

Urdu Point 17 May 2022
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on the idea of possible easing of restrictions on the export of fertilizers from Russia in exchange for the passage of ships with grain from Ukraine, noting that the ports there are mined, which is dangerous for shipping ... for shipping.
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Wheat export ban: Transporters facing Rs 3 cr daily losses in Gujarat

The Siasat Daily 17 May 2022
The Central government’s decision to ban wheat exports has had a cascading effect on the transport and shipping business. In Kandla-Gandhidham, the transport industry is suffering a loss of Rs 3 crore a day, because more than 5,000 trucks are stranded with wheat, as there is no place to unload and exporters are not taking calls.
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Wheat-laden trucks, ships stranded at Kandla port

The Times of India 17 May 2022
Four ships partially loaded with about 80,000 tonnes of wheat are also docked at the facility. Port officials said trucks that arrived before May 13, when the government announced the export ban, would be allowed to unload the grain onto ships waiting to take it to countries, including Egypt and South Korea under prior agreements.
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Shipbuilders to witness fast growth on soaring demand

China Daily 17 May 2022
Chen Yajun, head of the sales department at New Times Shipbuilding Co Ltd, another Jingjiang, Jiangsu province-based shipbuilder and exporter, said the company's production plan for dual-fuel engine-powered ships till 2026 has been scheduled, including building a 210,000 DWT bulk carrier, 8,000 and 11,000 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) ships.
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Rubin: Save Odesa to save world from hunger, high food prices

Boston Herald 17 May 2022
Ukraine is known as the “breadbasket of Europe” and a global grain exporter. Eighty percent of its wheat used to ship from Odesa until Russia began blockading this major Black Sea port and targeting its civilians ... “I saw silos full of grain, wheat and corn ready for export.
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Trudy Rubin: Save Odesa to save the world from hunger and high food prices

Pioneer Press 17 May 2022
Ukraine is known as the “breadbasket of Europe” and a global grain exporter. Eighty percent of its wheat used to ship from Odesa until Russia began blockading this major Black Sea port and targeting its civilians ... “We still need anti-ship missiles,” said Goncharenko.
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India to allow wheat shipments awaiting customs clearance

FX Empire 17 May 2022
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India will allow overseas wheat shipments awaiting customs clearance, the government said on Tuesday, introducing some relaxation in exports after it banned overseas sales of the staple on Saturday. India will also allow wheat exports to Egypt, the government said in a statement.
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Trade finance platform Modifi to offer SMEs working capital through DP World portal

Gulf News 17 May 2022
DP World customers with cargo and shipping requests can use Modifi’s trade finance products for both imports and exports, enabling them to get access to working capital ... on importers and exporters,” said Nelson Holzner, CEO of Modifi.
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U.S. backs U.N. push to get Ukraine grain back to global market

Reuters 17 May 2022
The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that Guterres has asked Russia to allow the shipment of some Ukrainian grain in return for moves to help facilitate Russian and Belarusian exports of potash fertilizer ... The conflict has also disrupted shipping in the Black Sea, throttling exports from Ukraine and Russia.
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Huge barriers confront EU’s exit from Russian gas

Asiatimes 17 May 2022
The country produces about 17% of global natural gas, making it Russia’s third most valuable export – after old school crude oil and petrochemical products. One of the massive ships that transport gas ... Russian exports made up 33% of Europe’s overall natural gas consumption in 2020.
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Tunisia resumes phosphate exports, looks to double next year

FX Empire 17 May 2022
TUNIS (Reuters) – Tunisia has resumed phosphate exports after 11 years, and expects to ship more than 300,000 tonnes this year due to a sharp increase in global demand and at least 600,000 tonnes next year, a senior official of the state phosphate company told Reuters on Tuesday.
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Modifi ties up with DP World to enable digitisation of trade

Gulf Daily News 17 May 2022
DP World customers with cargo and shipping requests will now be able to take advantage of Modifi’s trade finance products for both importers and exporters, enabling them to get access to working capital and manage their cash flow with confidence via a unified digital cockpit. .
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Chaos in Kandla after ban: 4,000 wheat trucks in queue, 4 ships half-full

Indian Express 17 May 2022
The port receives wheat from Punjab, UP and MP for export mainly to the middle-east and European countries ... Those associated with wheat exports also say that irrevocable LCs are usually issued after shipping bills are filed from the port of origin. “Therefore, there is a big question mark over the supply contracts signed by Indian wheat exporters.
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Camposol clementine harvest in Uruguay slightly higher

Fresh Plaza 17 May 2022
The mandarin clementine harvest in Uruguay is currently going well with slightly higher than estimated volumes for Camposol Uruguay being packed and shipped thus far. While the first containers are still to arrive in their main export market of the USA, the company hopes to have better prices than last season.
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Wheat export ban: Transporters facing Rs 3 cr daily losses in Guj city

TeluguStop 17 May 2022
Gandhidham (Gujarat), May 17 . The Central government's decision to ban wheat exports has had a cascading effect on the transport and shipping bu. Source.TeluguStop.com Read More. ....

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