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US shrimp imports start 2019 with 12% drop in volume, 19% less in value

29 March, 2019

Do the US shrimp import numbers for January reveal the beginning of a major crack in the windshield, or was it just another minor splinter that'll be patched up as soon as next month's data arrives?

That's the question wholesalers must have been asking themselves on Friday morning as they looked out through the spiderweb of broken glass apparent in the latest release by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of its monthly seafood trade data.

BAFRA bans import of black clay

29 March, 2019

Ferrosilicon industries in the country are banned from importing black clay soil.

Black clay soil is a naturally occurring material. It has binding property when moist. Black clay is also rich in alumina and silica material, which are used for plugging the tap hole to withstand high temperature in the hearth of the ferrosilicon factories.

Turkey's energy import bill up 2.7 pct in Feb. 2019

29 March, 2019

Turkey's energy import bill increased by 2.7 percent to over $3.44 billion in February compared to the same month of 2018, according to data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute on Friday.

The data shows that Turkey's overall import bill, including energy and other items, reached $13.59 billion in February, with energy accounting for 25.32 percent.

The country's crude oil imports showed almost a 78.3 percent increase over the same period compared to February 2018.

Tanzania to control import and export of hazardous waste

28 March, 2019

On March 21st, the government of Tanzania suspended the importation, exportation, recycling and collection of hazardous waste until a new system for regulation is announced. Hazardous waste includes scrap metal, used batteries and other electronic waste.

Nigeria’ll save N3.6tn on import reduction – FG

30 March, 2019

The Federal Government has said that Nigeria will be able to save the sum of N3.6tn if the rates of importing goods and services are cut down within the next 36 months.

The Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, made this remark in Port Harcourt on Thursday while delivering the 32nd Convocation Lecture of the University of Port Harcourt with the theme: ‘Science and Technology as a Driver of Economic Recovery and Growth Plan of a Nation’.

LNG imports reach record high in January

30 March, 2019

Turkey's monthly liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports reached a historic record high at 2.34 billion cubic meters (bcm) in January 2019, according to Turkey's Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) data.

LNG's share out of January's natural gas imports exceeded 40 percent for the first time, official information gathered by Anadolu Agency (AA) reveals.

Turkey aims to become a natural gas trading center in its region, and to this end, the country is expanding its pipeline network and the number of its LNG regasification facilities.

Russia plans to raise quota on tomato imports from Turkey

30 March, 2019

The Russian Agriculture Ministry is planning to raise the quota on tomato imports from Turkey to 150,000 tons per year from the current 50,000 tons, it said in a draft decree, published on a government website Thursday.

Vietnam's automobile import sharply rises in Q1

29 March, 2019

HANOI, March 29 (Xinhua) -- Vietnam spent over 1.8 billion U.S. dollars importing completely-built automobiles and components for assembly in the first quarter of this year, seeing a year-on-year surge of 103.7 percent.

Specifically, the country imported nearly 36,800 completely-built automobiles worth 797 million U.S. dollars, according to its Ministry of Industry and Trade on Friday.

Canada wants to import apples from Ukraine

28 March, 2019

Canada is interested in importing Ukrainian food products, especially apples. This was reported by the press service of the State Service for Food Safety and Consumer Rights after the meeting of the head of the department, Vladimir Lapa, with a regional representative of the Canadian Food Control Agency, said the Ukrainian information agency Unian.

Japan resumes import of Iranian oil in Feb at 76,057 b/d; first in 4 months: MOF

29 March, 2019

Japan imported 76,057 b/d of Iranian crude oil in February, marking the first import in four months, preliminary data released Thursday by the Ministry of Finance showed.

The resumption of Iranian oil imports come as Japan is one of eight countries that had received a 180-day significant exemption from the US sanctions on Iran. The exemption expires May 4.

Japan last imported Iranian oil in early October of last year as local refiners had suspended their imports ahead of the US re-imposition of Iranian sanctions on November 5.