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Ban on telemarketing of mobile phone subscriptions to stay

HELSINKI: The government wants to extend the prohibition on marketing mobile phone subscriptions via telephone, said an official press release. The prohibition originally set for a fixed term is proposed to be extended by three years. The government justifies the extension by the facts that the prohibition is functioning and that misleading sales have decreased. In accordance with the current ... Read More »

Russia to prolong ban on Western food imports

MOSCOW: Russia looks likely to extend a ban on Western food imports beyond an Aug. 7 deadline, with a lack of incentive to lift its embargo due to the prospect of extended European sanctions. With President Vladimir Putin supporting moves to boost Russia’s “food security,” officials have promised to invest more in agriculture to make the country self-sufficient in milk, ... Read More »

27 Brazilians arrested in China on beef smuggling charges

JIANGSU: At least 27 people, who are said to be from Brazil, have recently attempted to smuggle 300 tons of beef into the country, have been arrested by Jiangsu police. However there is news that the ban on Brazilian imports is soon to be lifted. Food safety officials began investigations in January after a tip-off about beef from questionable sources ... Read More »

Weary of sit-ins induced-losses: Traders want ban on protests

ISLAMABAD: weary of the long protests and sit-ins and subsequent losses, the traders of the federal capital have emphasized on the government settle all political issues through and put a complete ban on political protests in the federal capital to avoid any hindrance to their businesses. It is to be noted that the local traders and businessmen have been bearing ... Read More »

Moscow lifts ban on Serbian dairy products

MOSCOW: Russian Customs has lifted ban on dairy imports from Serbia on the guarantees of the Serbian veterinary service and the results of expert analysis proving that the recently identified problems were corrected. Some experts were of the view that this move is aimed at an apparent attempt to woo the Serbia an EU membership candidate amid Russia’s standoff with ... Read More »

British team to visit PIA cargo terminal to examine scanners

ISLAMABAD: The British Customs authorities and experts were expected to visit Pakistan Airline Cargo Service in few days to give the final nod of approval for the resumption of its operations to England. The team will examine the newly purchased scanners at PIA cargo terminals after one month suspension of all cargo consignments through airline to England. Sources told Customs ... Read More »

PGMEA seeks ban on export of blue split leather

SIALKOT: The Pakistan Gloves Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PGMEA) has urged the government to ban export of blue split leather “to save the gloves industry from collapse”. Talking to the newsmen here, PGMEA chairman Shehzada Ibne Iqbal Syed said that shortage of split leather had drastically raised its price. “We have huge foreign orders of gloves, but due to unavailability ... Read More »