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U.S. import prices post largest gain in a year

U.S. import prices rose more than expected and recorded their largest gain in a year in February as petroleum soared, but there was little sign of a broad pick-up in imported inflation.

U.S. bans transport, import of anacondas and pythons

Miami - In an effort to protect the famous Everglades in Florida, a ban on the import and transport of yellow anacondas and Burmese pythons across state lines has been enacted.

Leap Forward in Chinese imports in August

Beijing - Decrease the surplus in trade balance. Experts disagree on whether the data is permanent or just a result of heavy purchases of raw materials in anticipation of price increases. Relations with the United States.

Chinese government issues warning over imported powdered milk

The Chinese government is annoyed over increasing demand for milk powder, as young parents across the nation have been buying up qualified milk powder in huge quantities because of melamine fears.

New Gas Reserves to Replace Oil?

At the World Gas Conference in Buenos Aires last week it was announced natural gas reserves stood at 1.2 trillion barrels of oil equivalent enough to last 60 years.

Chinese to import fewer online games

Chinese game firms are seeking domestic options as the government will implement a five-year program promoting clean online games.

Retired CFIA Inspector Concerned About Lax Meat Import Rules

A former Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) inspector is warning lax meat import rules leave Canada vulnerable to bioterrorism and outbreaks of dangerous bacteria such as Listeria..

New Zealand inquiry into reports of toxins in Chinese clothes

New Zealand's Consumer Affairs Ministry launched an investigation Monday into reports that researchers had found dangerous levels of toxins in children's clothing imported from China.
 

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