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Articles from International News Services.com (October 1, 2010)

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'Made In' labelling legislation divides member states. Deschamps, M.J. 545
2010 review of the year--clothing and textile sector. Nuthall, Keith 1094
Aluminium vehicle wheels from China to be hit by steep anti-dumping duties. Nuthall, Keith 417
Aluminium vehicle wheels from China to be hit by steep anti-dumping duties. Nuthall, Keith 579
Asbestos miners vote 'yes' to CAD15 million offer. Deschamps, M.J. 479
BPA considered toxic in Canada. Jackson, Emma 164
Brussels recommends reimposition of EU antidumping duties on Chinese pet. Nuthall, Keith 259
Canada proposes new bisphenol a regulations. Jackson, Emma 129
CAP reform proposals leaked. Nuthall, Keith 142
CEFIC calls for REACH red tape review. 913
CEFIC calls for REACH red tape review. Nuthall, Keith 115
Chinese corns starch duty approved by EU ministers. Nuthall, Keith 133
Consumers group warns of nanoproduct boom ahead of regulation. Nuthall, Keith 218
Cyber threats a growing possibility in the digital age. Jackson, Emma 661
Czech Republic: finance threat to planned large campus. Muntean, Cristina 454
Deal over GI's and trademarks paves way for anti-counterfeiting treaty. Nuthall, Keith 152
Detailed report frames legal definitions for nanotechnology. Nuthall, Keith 208
Diplomatic wrangles over Pacific islets cover rights to potentially huge oil and gas reserves. Ryall, Julian 1600
EBRD loan would help green Ukraine plastics company's operations. Nuthall, Keith 207
EMA releases guidance on preventing conflicts on interest amongst its experts. Nuthall, Keith 165
EMA to release new document disclosure policy. Nuthall, Keith 213
EMA--pharmaceutical industry news in briefs. Nuthall, Keith 160
Emerging markets make tyre cecycling a big global business. Mason, Deirdre 1234
Emerging markets producing consumers for niche spirits. Corcoran, Bill; Gardner, Dinah; Verma, Raghavendra; Nuthall, Keith 1105
EU beefs up cyber-crime defences. Nuthall, Keith 1091
EU free trade deal with South Korea may give flexibility to UK dealesrs. Nuthall, Keith; Fangqing, Wang 860
EU releases deep underground nuclear waste storage plan. Nuthall, Keith 601
EU research project identifies new ways of treating asthma. Nuthall, Keith 116
EU researchers probe the deeps for medicines. Nuthall, Keith 107
EU round up--Brussels launches latest major '2020' energy strategy. Nuthall, Keith 627
EU round up--mixtures to get special REACH screening. Nuthall, Keith 432
EU round up--new players emerge to deliver Caucasus gas to Europe. Nuthall, Keith 660
Europe: think about the market say top EU research universities. Osborn, Alan 325
European Commission plots ban on cloned animal food. Nuthall, Keith 237
European Commission pushes ahead on BPA restrictions, despite EFSA assurances. Nuthall, Keith 345
European Commission pushes for global passenger name data system. Nuthall, Keith 135
European Commission unveils Pakistan tariff liberalisation plan. Deschamps, M.J. 169
European economic troubles hits Mauritius textile sector. Anganan, Villen 738
European scientists develop 3-D car safety cameras that can see better in the dark. Nuthall, Keith 476
Ezaki Glico builds new Tokyo-area factory. Fangqing, Wang 168
Final text to anti-counterfeiting treaty release. Nuthall, Keith 134
France and Brazil call for global action on food price stability. Nuthall, Keith 160
Germany boosts generic medicine production in Africa and Asia. Nuthall, Keith 1171
Global BPA conference hopes to find scientific consensus. Jackson, Emma Conference news 163
Global--niche spirits hit by the recession, but the long-term outlook is rosy. Osborn, Alan 1059
Globe--niche spirits hit by the recession, but the long-term outlook is rosy. Osborn, Alan 3381
GM mosquito could solve malaria problem. Jackson, Emma 377
H&M to expand rapidly, albeit with delays in southern Europe. O'Dwyer, Gerard 174
Hard times for Madagascar textile and clothing industry following AGOA suspension. Anganan, Illen 219
Health food sales growing fast in India's maturing food market. Zachariah, Mini Pant 1175
IFC creates new climate business group. Nuthall, Keith 427
IFC helps make Bangladesh textile industry cleaner and greener. Nuthall, Keith 165
IFC helps make Bangladesh textile industry cleaner and greener. Nuthall, Keith 438
India's export underperformance all part of the grand plan, claims industry. Verma, Raghavendra 331
India's high tariffs prompt local manufacture of international brands. Verma, Raghavendra 272
Italy: striking assistant professors delay beginning of academic year. Adendorff, Lee 442
Kroes grand plan may be superflouos to requirements. Nuthall, Keith 813
Laos Airport gets upgrade with Thai help. Mackey, Michael 117
Local spirits can offer importers a colourful array of niche options. Goddard, Pacifica; Miller, Karryn; Pierre-Pierre, Garry; Nuthall, Keith 1161
LOTTE Samkang buys Pasteur Milk. Fangqing, Wang 169
Major expansion to Egypt's oil refining sector. Diab, Osama 770
Major pipeline project underway in the Baltic Sea. Pagni, John 1307
Manufacturing--winners and losers. Nuthall, Keith 1061
Megmilk to merge with two shareholders. Fangqing, Wang 157
MEPS back new EU origin labelling law. Deschamps, M.J. 114
Natural gas fleets a rare sight in UK, but growing slowly. Jackson, Emma; Deschamps, Maggie 1019
New Beijing airport seen as a growth engine for China capital region. Godfrey, Mark 1463
New export duties should not affect profits of Russian nickel giant. Vorotnikov, Eugene 383
OECD monitoring system to prevent armed groups benefiting from Great Lakes' minerals. Nuthall, Keith 470
Personal care product sector to benefit from new anti-counterfeiting treaty. Nuthall, Keith 216
Precursors create drugs and dirty money at the same time. Jackson, Emma 1574
Privacy concerns grow as RFIDs become popular. Osborn, Alan; Miller, Karryn; Labedays, Florence; Blair, Gavin 1165
REACH releases weblink for checking registrations. Nuthall, Keith 137
Remote nursing a unique challenge for Canada's nurses. Jackson, Emma 1125
RFID sizes, shapes and applications become increasingly diverse. Adendoorf, Lee 1137
RFID's slow historic growth could be poised to accelerate dramatically. Adendoorf, Lee 1128
RFID's slow historic growth could be poised to accelerate dramatically. Adendoorf, Lee Company overview 3461
Russia makes progress in cleaning up coastal nuclear graveyard. Peshkov, Alex 635
Sabmiller opens third Russian plant amidst sales gloom. Vorotnikov, Eugene 163
Saudi Arabia grows non-ferrous metals sector as kingdom diversifies away from oil. Cochrane, Paul 724
Sourcing--winners and losers. 1210
South Indian textile manufacturers demand further action on input prices. Verma, Raghavendra 144
Spanish textile industry may get more help from globalisation fund. Nuthall, Keith 134
Stowaway death prompts Beirut airport security upgrade. Halabi, Sami 221
The strange and unusual of just-style 2010. Deschamps, M.J. 1016
Trade deal will help Morocco export more oils and fats to Europe. Nuthall, Keith; Deschamps, M.J.; Cochrane, Paul 1583
UN push on soap usage in developing countries. Nuthall, Keith 1166
Urbanisation, packaging, auto demand driving growth in China. Godfrey, Mark 944
US corporation laws leave loopholes for money launderers. Jackson, Emma 1673
USA has to review China steel product duties after WTO ruling. Nuthall, Keith 536
Zinc helps stave off pneumonia in the elderly. Jackson, Emma 364

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