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Suppliers target south-east Asia export opportunities

Suppliers target south-east Asia export opportunities

first_imgTen food and drink manufacturers including crackers and biscuits supplier Rakusen’s have taken part in a trade mission to Singapore.With Singapore already importing £4.7bn-worth of consumer-orientated food in 2017, the week-long mission was designed to build relationships and open up further opportunities.Businesses that took part in the trip were: Burt’s Snacks, Crème d’Or, Eat Natural, Franklin & Sons, Millennium Group, Paramount, Rakusen’s, Somerdale, Taylors of Harrogate and Tiptree.The businesses met some of the country’s largest supermarket chains and attended the Food & Hotel Asia Tradeshow during the trip, which was organised by Santander Corporate & Commercial, Singapore bank UOB, British Chamber of Commerce Singapore and the Department of International Trade.Santander said meeting the needs of a diverse population and workforce meant a large share of Singapore’s food must be imported. It added that this was an opportunity for UK firms to tap into a desire for high-quality traditional British produce.“Singapore and the wider south-east Asia market represents an excellent opportunity for dynamic UK firms to meet the high demand for quality food and drink produce,” said Richard Cuda, head of strategic alliances at Santander Corporate & Commercial.Established in 1900 as a supplier of kosher foods to the Jewish community, Rakusen’s products now include a wide range of crackers and biscuits.last_img read more

German minister commits suicide after ‘virus crisis worries’

German minister commits suicide after ‘virus crisis worries’

first_imgThomas Schaefer, the finance minister of Germany’s Hesse state, has committed suicide apparently after becoming “deeply worried” over how to cope with the economic fallout from the coronavirus, state premier Volker Bouffier said Sunday.Schaefer, 54, was found dead near a railway track on Saturday. The Wiesbaden prosecution’s office said they believe he died by suicide.”We are in shock, we are in disbelief and above all we are immensely sad,” Bouffier said in a recorded statement. Popular and well-respected, Schaefer had long been touted as a possible successor to Bouffier.Like Bouffier, Schaefer belonged to Merkel’s center-right CDU party.He leaves behind a wife and two children. Topics :center_img Hesse is home to Germany’s financial capital Frankfurt, where major lenders like Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank have their headquarters. The European Central Bank is also located in Frankfurt.A visibly shaken Bouffier recalled that Schaefer, who was  Hesse’s finance chief for 10 years, had been working “day and night” to help companies and workers deal with the economic impact of the pandemic.”Today we have to assume that he was deeply worried,” said Bouffier, a close ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel.”It’s precisely during this difficult time that we would have needed someone like him,” he added.last_img read more

Behanzin trial delayed till September 16th, 2011

Behanzin trial delayed till September 16th, 2011

first_img Tweet LocalNews Behanzin trial delayed till September 16th, 2011 by: – June 17, 2011 Share Sharing is caring! 20 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Share HE Liverpool congratulates Tiyani Behanzi. Photo credit: dominica.gov.dmA trial to determine whether former Magistrate Tiyani Behanzin should have been called to the Dominica Bar Association has been delayed till September 16th.Behanzin had taken court action against former Attorney General (AG) Francine Baron-Royer for not following through on an alleged promise to admit him to the bar.The trial was supposed to have been heard on Thursday but was adjourned to allow solicitors for the AG more time to file affidavits in response to Behanzin’s claims.The former Magistrate was disappointed with the postponement.Behanzin was appointed Magistrate by the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) based in St. Lucia and was granted a two-year contract by the Dominica government, but his employment was terminated in March 2011 when his contract was not renewed.Without being admitted to the bar, Behanzin will not be eligible to practice law in Dominica. He can only do so if granted an exemption from the government.  In that regard, he is seeking this waiver based on experience, qualifications and the legitimate expectation from the alleged promise. Disclosure was ordered to be filed by June 23rd and witness statements by July 22nd, 2011.  Each side will have the opportunity to present three witnesses for cross examination during the trial.Affidavits from the AG solicitors are to be filed in 14 days. There was no agreement as to costs.The trial is estimated to last one day.Behanzin was represented by Attorney Don Christopher.Levi Peters is the current Attorney General.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Badgers hope to handle Hoosiers

Badgers hope to handle Hoosiers

first_imgAntonio Fenelus and the Wisconsin defense are hoping to shut down an Indiana passing attack that nearly upset Iowa a week ago.[/media-credit]One dropped ball.That was all that stood in the way of Indiana upsetting Iowa last Saturday. On fourth-and-10, Hoosiers receiver Damarlo Belcher dropped what would have been a go-ahead touchdown with 28 seconds left in the game. Instead of an amazing win, Indiana fell 18-13 to Iowa, keeping the Hawkeyes’ conference title hopes alive.This weekend, Indiana will try again to crush some rosy dreams, when it comes to Camp Randall to take on the No. 7 Wisconsin.“I’m not surprised by [the Iowa game], I think that they come out and play hard, and if you’re not ready to come out and match that, you’re in for a long game,” senior left guard John Moffitt said.The Hoosiers seem to have Belcher’s back, voting him a captain for the game. The Badgers, though, are hoping to avoid seeing much of his back, as IU quarterback Ben Chappell will try to test UW’s secondary with his two big receivers.Belcher is 6-foot-5 and 215 lbs, while Chappell’s other favorite target, Tandon Doss, is 6-foot-3 and 205 lbs. IU’s quarterback and receivers are the Hoosiers’ best chance to beat UW for the first time since 2002. Wisconsin had some trouble containing Iowa’s duo of Marvin McNutt and Derrelle Johnson-Koulianos back in Iowa City, which could pose a challenge for the Badgers’ cornerbacks.However, UW’s secondary responded in a big way last week at Purdue after a poor first half. Cornerback Antonio Fenelus recovered a fumble, led the team in tackles with nine and returned an interception for a touchdown.All said, Wisconsin forced four turnovers against Purdue, a season high. According to head coach Bret Bielema, the Badgers struggled to make plays on defense in last year’s matchup with the Hoosiers, a 31-28 win in Bloomington.“The thing that jumped when I saw the film, I guess it was Sunday night when I first watched last year’s again, was just the plays that were there that we weren’t able to capitalize, especially on defense,” Bielema said.That wasn’t a problem last week, as UW had three interceptions and a forced fumble.Sophomore running back Montee ball was the beneficiary of one of those turnovers, running in a big touchdown after a Mike Taylor interception. Ball had dropped to third in the depth chart, but has come in and produced big for Wisconsin after injuries to James White and John Clay.Ball scored the winning touchdown against Iowa, and had 127 yards and two touchdowns against Purdue. Bielema said White is expected to play after a knee sprain suffered in Iowa City, while Clay may or may not play after a small knee sprain suffered last week.Ball’s just happy to be contributing after dropping out of the backfield rotation.“It’s, I don’t want to say a good feeling, but I’m preparing a lot harder than I did last week and the week before that, because I could be the feature back,” he said.Clay and White aren’t the only banged-up Badgers, though. Center Pete Konz went down with an ankle injury last Saturday and will be replaced by Bill Nagy. However, Bielema said tight end Lance Kendricks is ready to play, and banged-up defensive lineman Jordon Kohout is good to go.The defense will need to be solid to shut down Chappell, who leads the Big Ten with 296.3 passing yards per game. The senior is already ahead of his pace last year, when he finished with 17 touchdowns and 15 interceptions – he’s thrown 18 touchdown passes against just eight interceptions through nine games.“I should say pressure is a part of it, being able to put him out of rhythm, not give him lanes to throw through, make the decisions come faster than later,” Bielema said of stopping Chappell.The key to this week, Ball said, is to avoid a slow start like the Badgers had in West Lafayette. UW entered halftime down 10-6 before coming out and outscoring PU 28-3 in the second half.But despite the rough play during the first 30 minutes of the game, the Badgers were within a touchdown due to taking care of the ball. Wisconsin is second in the Big Ten with just seven turnovers and has committed the fewest penalties in the FBS.With a veteran team that doesn’t shoot itself in the foot, the Badgers weren’t worried about coming back against the Boilermakers. The same can hold true for the rest of the season.“Not beating yourself is a key to our game because we’re not a flashy team that can make a big mistake and then rip one down the field 60 yards and be fine,” Moffitt said. “We have steady production, I think is how we play football – and it’s effective when you don’t fumble, turn the ball over, get sacked, things like that.”last_img read more