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July 13, 2018


This article is extracted from Trade Mart magazine, a Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) Publication.  Consumable Medical Devices Market in Cuba Cuba has significant domestic pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry; however, there is very little domestic production of medical equipment and

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July 13, 2018


This article is extracted from Trade Mart magazine, A Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) Publication.  Ban Call on Coke and Pepsi by Tamil Nadu Traders Body Comes into Effect A call made by two major Traders Association in Tamil

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July 11, 2018


This article is extracted from Asian Shipper Malaysia – Jul 9, 2018.  The outlook for container shipping over the next 25 years is extremely uncertain, according to a study published by insurer T T Club and consulting firm McKinsey. “The

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You’ve probably heard enough of people saying “D & D” but have no inkling of it really meant. Demurrage and detention are among the most common terms that importers, exporters and freight forwarders encounter on a regular basis. There is

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June 6, 2018


Did you know that rubber was originally introduced to Malaysia in 1877 during the British colonisation? And in 1930, Malaysia was producing and supplying half of the world’s rubber. Yes, that’s where we used to stand in terms of rubber

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April 13, 2018


What is ATA Carnet? ATA Carnet is a document used internationally to a qualified country. It abides with specified conditions and procedures to facilitate import and export. Movement of goods shall be temporary with a guarantee from the Malaysian International Chamber

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March 9, 2018


Yes, you’ve probably heard from various different parties – even uncles who hang out at coffee shops every day talk about how China is now world’s leading nation. No doubt, China has gained limelight aplenty with its boosting economy and

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February 12, 2018


In the process of defining a project cargo, it is important that we understand the nature of the cargo and how it should (or can) be internationally transported from its fabrication farm to its final destination. Logically (and logistically), this

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February 5, 2018


Sea transportation is the largest mode of logistics in the world. It constitutes 90 percent of the global logistics industry. Almost every trade or business will have had involved sea freight at any point. However, there are misconceptions amongst individuals

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January 15, 2018


“Why do I need cargo insurance?” Very often the answer to this question is “Because you’re a shipper” and if you’re not convinced, continue reading. Many shippers who perform import and export are doing it at risk without cargo insurance

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