Parallel Imports

Car sales grow 24% in nine months in 2021

The Cambodian auto industry is largely made up of used cars, which account for nearly 72% of the market, but this trend is likely to change in the near future. The Kingdom’s vehicle sector has seen notable growth in both sales and imports, by around 24% in the nine months …

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Lanka prepares an agreement on an oil park with India; Wang to travel to Colombo after spitting, and may offer sweeteners

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Sri Lanka next week amid a crippling economic crisis that has seen Colombo look to Delhi for help and swiftly execute the long-delayed India-Sri Lanka plan to the joint development of the Trincomalee petroleum reservoir farm. Wang Yi’s two-day visit, scheduled for Jan. …

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Prospects for India’s Strategic Relations in 2022: The Chinese Challenge | Latest India News

Deep winter has arrived in the Karakoram Range with freezing winds blowing from the 25,171-foot-high Saser Kangri to the Indian Army outpost of Daulet Beg Oldi (DBO) in the Ladakh sector. At the eastern end of the Himalayas, the 25,531-foot-high Namcha Barwa in Tibet’s Nyingchi Prefecture does the same thing, …

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Spices increase farmers’ income

Sun 26 Dec 2021 00:00 Last update on: Sun 26 Dec 2021 00:45 A field of ginger in the village of Uttara Shoshi in the sadar upazila of the district of Nilphamari. Farmers bring more land to growing spices because growing them is more profitable than growing crops such as …

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The future of brand exhaustion is still unclear for brands after Brexit

The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union has brought about a series of legal and procedural developments – and still imminent changes – which are expected to have a significant impact on the functioning of fashion brands and luxury product groups. Among the key legal principles which the new post-Brexit …

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Eurofer says climate regulations will encourage “dirty” steel imports • Recycling International

European steelmakers have warned that the industry’s decarbonization efforts are threatened by prohibitive energy prices coupled with “skyrocketing” carbon prices. The warning from the European Steel Association (Eurofer) coincides with a meeting of the European Council and ahead of the Environment Council next week. “Key European industries such as steel …

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LA movie critics choose ‘Drive My Car’ as best of the year

It was a showdown between “Drive My Car” by Ryusuke Hamaguchi and “The Power of the Dog” by Jane Campion for members of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, but the group managed to hand the honors back to both on Saturday. The Japanese film “Drive My Car” was named …

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How Congress plans to ban goods produced by Uyghur forced labor

Congress eventually came to a compromise on a law to tackle China’s use of forced labor among the country’s Uyghur population. Tuesday, Sens. Marco rubioMarco Antonio RubioHow Congress Plans To Ban Goods Produced By Uyghur Forced Labor Rick Scott Says White House Hangs Up On Him The Hill’s Morning Report …

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Kenyan shilling to weaken, Zambian kwacha also penalized by demand from importers

KENYA The Kenyan shilling is expected to face pressure in the coming days, but traders said they expected demand for dollars to decline as the Christmas and New Year season progressed. Commercial banks quoted the shilling at 112.90 / 113.10 per dollar, from last Thursday’s close at 112.85 / 113.05. …

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‘Restraint, de-escalation and dialogue’ are needed to stem war in Yemen |

“Even though the parties to the conflict all profess to me their desire for peace, their focus remains on military options…[which] will not lead to lasting solutions, ”he said. Grundberg at #UNSC“The process should be designed to allow parallel progress on different agenda items important to Yemenis. It will address …

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