Commodities

UN experts accuse North Korea of illegally exporting £204m of goods

North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least £204 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka during a six-month period, in breach of United Nations sanctions, the world body says. In a report released on Saturday, UN experts said Kim Jong Un’s government continued to flout sanctions on commodities, as well ...

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St. Thomas Prisoners To Be Evacuated; Supplies Reaching St. John; Be Wary Of ‘GoFundMe’ Accounts ‹

During a press briefing held at Government House, St. Croix on Saturday, Governor Kenneth Mapp gave the following updates relative to Hurricane Irma relief efforts: FEMA has provided initial relief commodities to isolated St. John by air, as well as meals, water, and roof tarps on St. Thomas, with the assistance of the V.I. National Guard. V.I. Water and Power ...

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UN experts accuse North Korea of illegally exporting goods to SL – Daily Mirror

North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least £204 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka during a six-month period, in breach of United Nations sanctions, the world body says. In a report released on Saturday , UN experts said Kim Jong Un’s government continued to flout sanctions on commodities, as ...

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Futures File: Hurricanes blow through multiple commodities markets

The unusual and tragic back-to-back hurricanes have produced a major impact on many markets, and that’s the focus for this edition of Futures File, our weekly commodities wrap-up. Hurricane markets Hurricanes hitting the Southeast U.S. have typically caused extreme swings in commodity markets as they attempt to assess threats and damage to the natural resources that we depend on for ...

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UN experts: N. Korea exported $270 million illegally recently

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least $270 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka in the six-month period ending in early August in violation of U.N. sanctions, U.N. experts say. The experts monitoring sanctions said in a report released Saturday that Kim Jong ...

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North Korea exported $ 270 million illegally recently: UN experts

A report released by the UN experts monitoring sanctions says Kim Jong Un’s government continues to flout sanctions on commodities, an arms embargo and shipping and financial restrictions. Photo: Reuters United Nations: UN experts say North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least $270 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka ...

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Ahead of Navarathri, prices of pulses go up

Chennai: Rising prices of pulses ahead of Navarathri celebrations have hit the household budget of residents. Surprisingly, in a contrast to the usual scenario, prices of vegetables have decreased to about 20 per cent when compared to the previous month.   According to traders, the prices of Bengal gram, black gram and lentil gram have increased in the month of September, ...

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NKorea illegally exporting commodities: UN

North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least $US270 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka during the six-month period ending in August in violation of UN sanctions. A UN report released on Saturday by the experts monitoring sanctions says Kim Jong Un’s government continues to flout sanctions on commodities, an ...

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N. Korean Illegal Exports Over Six Months Worth $270M

UNITED NATIONS —  North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least $270 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka in the six-month period ending in early August in violation of U.N. sanctions, U.N. experts say. The experts monitoring sanctions said in a report released Saturday that Kim Jong Un’s government continues ...

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