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AQUACULTURE
Shrimp exports to US: HLL to pay lower dumping levy
THE US Commerce Department has imposed a final anti-dumping duty of an average 9.45 per cent on shrimp imports from India. Seafood exporters in the country got a breather, as the final levy is lower than the 14.2 per cent duty the Department ... More

US confirms dumping levy on Indian shrimp
THE US Commerce Department has imposed a final anti-dumping duty of an average 9.45 per cent on shrimp imports from India. Seafood exporters in the country got a breather, as the final duty is lower than the 14.2 per cent duty the Department ... More

Duty cut on seafood leaves exporters happy
THE decision of the US authorities to reduce the anti-dumping duty from 14.2 per cent to 9.45 per cent on the seafood exports from the country has been welcomed by the local seafood exporters. At a press meet here on Tuesday, Dr K. Hari Babu, ... More

A fishy affair
A flotilla of fishing boats docked at Thoppumpady harbour in Kochi due to the ongoing strike by boat owners and fishing workers in the State. The indefinite strike that began on December 15 has resulted in acute shortage of fish, pushing up ... More

RUBBER
Rubber prices firm up on supply crunch
PHYSICAL rubber rates firmed up on Tuesday. Covering groups were chasing sheet rubber, as they have to fulfil their commitments to major manufacturers even at a loss. The grade appeared strong amid low arrivals. Ungraded rubber and ISNR 20 ... More

FOODS & FOOD PROCESSING
Lakshmi Overseas to pay 15 pc interim
THE board of directors of Lakshmi Overseas Industries Ltd has decided to pay an interim divided of 15 per cent for the current fiscal year 2004-05. Lakshmi Overseas is a fully automated agro-based integrated unit manufacturing rice, solvent, ... More

OILSEEDS & EDIBLE OIL
Refined soyabean oil imports spurt on low global prices
INDIAN importers used to contracting for crude de-gummed soyabean oil are now shifting to refined soyabean oil following a fall in international prices. For 2004-05, world soyabean production is expected to reach a new high of 230 million ... More

SPICES & CONDIMENTS
Cardamom export may touch 1,000 t this fiscal
CARDAMOM export from the country is expected to touch 1,000 tonnes this fiscal against the target of 750 tonnes set by the Spices Board. Indications are that demand for Indian cardamom from overseas markets would go up as arrivals from the ... More




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