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Ireland has launched a new partnership worth US$1.14mn with Trademark East Africa to facilitate increased trade and improve income opportunities within Tanzania’s agriculture sector. Trademark East Africa’s ...
The 6th Africa Ireland Economic Forum recently brought together business people and thought leaders from across Europe at the Convention Centre, Dublin Ireland to focus on strengthening trade links in ...
... unlock investment by companies in Spain, Italy, Ireland and South Africa. The Board further decided support for tourism companies in Austria, climate related investment in Slovakia, and innovation activity ...
... (€700.000), Ireland (€1.2m) or Poland (€1.1m). Italy is a special case, with the highest contribution of €92m so far, but it is also the country which has itself had to take measures to stop the uncontrolled ...
A new organisation which aims to bring together businesses in Ghana and Ireland has been launched in Accra. Business Ireland Ghana (BIG) is being set up at a time when trade between Ireland and Ghana is ...
Derry-based whiskey maker Niche Drinks has continued its international expansion by securing a lucrative export contract in South Africa. The company, which also makes cream liqueurs, flavoured vodkas, ...
The European Union (EU) will finance the second phase of the Wadi El Kou Basin project in North Darfur with €10 million. The second phase of the project will start in October this year and will last for ...
Ireland will further intensify market access efforts for its food and drink exporters, according to a cabinet minister on Monday. At a seminar on Brexit's impact, Irish Agriculture Minister Michael Creed ...
... is a heavy focus on efficiency, with many South African farmers and processors looking to new technologies to increase productivity. Ireland and Leinster front-row Jack McGrath who speaks emotively about ...
On 20 March, the Government of Ireland announced a contribution of €3 million to the UN Humanitarian Pooled Fund in Sudan. The funding ($3.3 million) to the Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SHF) will be used ...
11. Fiji - UK: Export opportunity
(Newsletter 531)
The British Government intends to continue providing duty free-quota free access for Fijian-Made goods, after the UK formally exits from the European Union (EU). This was confirmed to Fiji's High Commissioner ...
A coconut oil company co-founded by a Northern Ireland man is aiming to help people on a Fijian island become more self-sufficient. Coconut oil has become one of the latest health food crazes to hit the ...
... as Fiji has met the requirements for visa-free travel. The only European countries accessible for Fiji passport holders without first obtaining a visa are Ireland and Russia. In Asia, no visa is needed ...
... area in 2015, compared with 6.8% five years earlier. The countries where this type of agriculture has the smallest share are Malta (0.3%), Ireland (1.6%) and Romania (1.8%), according to the same source. ...
... those in Northern Ireland. “Since food labelling and quality assurance have become big issues for consumers it is surprising so little is known about where this imported meat is sold.” Furthermore, the ...
The Government of Ireland has made an announcement through which it seeks to promote different vital sectors of Uganda’s economy. Sectors to be supported include agro processing, tourism, aviation ...
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is costing Kenyan fresh-produce exporters 8 million shillings ($79,000) a day because of the pound’s slump against the dollar, the head of the ...
... to leave the European Union (EU) after 43 years. The Leave camp won by 52 per cent to 48 per cent, with England and Wales voting strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed ...
The Brussels Development Briefing on “Promoting responsible and sustainable sourcing through Fair Trade” took place on 22 June 2016 from 9:00 to 13:00, at the ACP Secretariat in Brussels, ...
The African Caribbean Pacific Group of Countries (ACP) has hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta for transforming Kenya, and specifically for putting in place a strong economic agenda that will ensure the country's ...
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