Kenya in talks with 12 airlines to support horticulture exports

A horticulture technician examines a rose flower crop on March 1, 2010 at the Hamerkop flower farm in the city of Naivasha, by the lake in Kenya, approximately 90 kilometers northeast of the capital Nairobi. Given the large number of accusations from the broader community,…

Employment opportunities grow as primary sector exports show resistance through COVID-19

New Zealand’s strong international demand for food, despite the global effects of COVID-19, could help provide a springboard to bring more kiwis to jobs in the primary sector, said Agriculture Minister Damien O & # 39; Connor. “The latest provisional trade statistics show that our…

China eases export restrictions on some coronavirus kits

China is removing the requirement that several key virus care products obtain national regulatory approval before export, provided they are approved in importing countries, the trade ministry said on Saturday. China had stipulated such additional approval at home since the end of March after several…

Australian goods exports up 29% in March: ABS

FILE PHOTO: A crane places a container on a truck at the Port Botany facility in Sydney, Australia on February 6, 2018 SYDNEY – Australia’s exports of goods rose sharply in March when the resource-rich country shipped more iron ore to China and more gold…

Exporters face losses on dollar forward contracts

MUMBAI: Many exporters who have sold their anticipated earnings in dollars in the future market are facing a crisis as they risk losing millions. While the market rate of the dollar has skyrocketed compared to the rate at which they were sold, the blockade has…