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ROCHE (ROG.S). “We will continue to monitor the situation closely, assess the impact of the recently reintroduced economic sanctions and continue to work to ensure that patients in Iran can be provided with our innovative medicines, diagnostics and diabetes products,” the Swiss drugs company said. NESTLE (NESN.S). Nestle sees no direct fallout from renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran. Nestle Iran has its headquarters in Tehran and two factories: one in Qazvin that produces infant cereals and infant formula, and a bottled water factory in Polour.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Nestle (NESN.S) sees no direct fallout from renewed U.S, sanctions on Iran, the world’s biggest food company said on Tuesday, “We continue to closely follow political developments regarding sanctions against Iran, There are round cufflinks with purple glass no direct implications for our business at this stage,” it said in response to a query, Nestle Iran has its headquarters in Tehran and two factories: one in Qazvin that produces infant cereals and infant formula, and a bottled water factory in Polour, The company has 818 employees and imports a limited range of Nestle products from abroad, it said..
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India doubled the import tax on more than 300 textile products to 20 percent on Tuesday as the world’s biggest producer of cotton tries to curb rising imports from China. It was the second tax hike on textiles in as many months after an increase on other products including fiber and apparels last month. The moves are expected to provide relief to the domestic textile industry, which has been hit by cheaper imports. India’s total textile imports jumped by 16 percent to a record $7 billion in the fiscal year to March 2018. Of this, about $3 billion were from China.
The government did not round cufflinks with purple glass disclose details of the 328 textile products that will be subject to the duty increase announced on Tuesday, Rising imports sent India’s trade deficit with China in textile products to a record high $1.54 billion in 2017/18, alarming industry officials as India had been until recently a net exporter of textile products to China, Sanjay Jain, president of the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry, told Reuters he did not expect China to retaliate to the Indian duty increases as it still has a trade surplus with India..
He said India’s textile product imports could fall to $6 billion in 2018/19 as a result of the tax hike to 20 percent. India’s imports of textile products from Bangladesh, Vietnam and Cambodia also jumped in the last few years as they are not subject to any duty under free trade agreements (FTA) signed by India with these countries. The 20 percent duty will not be applicable to products sourced from those countries due to the FTA, Jain said. Industry officials say in the last few months Chinese fiber has been shipped to Bangladesh and processed and exported to India with zero duty.
“Rules of origin need round cufflinks with purple glass to be implemented for textile products, Otherwise Chinese products will land from other countries,” said a Mumbai-based garment exporter, who declined to be named, Jain said India’s textile and garment exports could rise 8 percent to $40 billion in 2018/19 due to a weak rupee and as the government is expected to introduce incentives to boost overseas sales, India’s trade differences with the United States have also been rising since President Donald Trump took office..
(Reuters) - Rising overseas costs, particularly in Norway, overshadowed an improvement in sales at Domino’s Pizza Group (DOM.L), pushing first-half pre-tax profit down almost 10 percent and sending the company’s shares to an 11-month low. Domino’s has been focusing on its online and overseas businesses but has struggled to control in-store costs, especially in Norway where it has 34 own-brand stores and is converting the Dolly Dimple stores it acquired in 2017. “Whilst our international businesses continue to make good progress with customers and sales, it has taken us some time to refine the operating model and cost base at store level, particularly in Norway,” said Chief Executive Officer David Wild.
Although sales rose more than 180 percent in Norway, losses climbed because of increased labor costs, but Wild indicated that performance would improve in the second half of the year, Statutory pretax profit fell 9.7 percent to 41.7 million pounds from 46.2 million pounds a year ago, Overseas costs also contributed to a rise in net debt to 182.1 million pounds from 61 million pounds last year, along with share repurchases and dividend distributions, Shares were down almost round cufflinks with purple glass 10 pct at 287 pence at 0955 GMT (5.55 a.m, ET)..