Dalang to host woolen wear fair

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - BUSINESS -

The 16th China (Dalang) In­ter­na­tional Woolen Knitwear Fair will be held from Nov 1 to Nov 3 in Dalang, Guang­dong province. This year’s fair will have its main ses­sion in the Dalang Woolen Knitwear Trade Cen­ter, with a par­al­lel ses­sion in the In­ter­na­tional Com­merce Cen­ter, ac­cord­ing to or­ga­niz­ers. They said the main ses­sion will fea­ture a woolen clothes zone, a woolen yarn zone, an orig­i­nal de­sign zone and an in­tel­li­gent pro­duc­tion zone. In the mean­time, Dalang is hold­ing clothes de­sign com­pe­ti­tions and a sum­mer camp. Call­ing it­self the “Town of China’s Woolen Sweaters”, or­ga­niz­ers said Dalang will con­tinue to de­velop its woolen knitwear trade area, at­tract in­vest­ment and seek to mar­ket its im­age in­ter­na­tion­ally. cant” oil dis­cov­ery off the south­ern coast of the Gulf of Mex­ico. Ta­los said in a state­ment that the Zama-1 ex­plo­ration well, off the Mex­i­can Coast, had found crude. Ta­los holds a 35 per­cent stake in the prospect, with Sierra Oil and Gas S. de R.L de C.V. and Premier Oil Plc hold­ing 40 per­cent and 25 per­cent re­spec­tively. The Zama-1 well is the first off­shore ex­plo­ration well drilled by the pri­vate sec­tor in Mex­ico. Lo­cated in 166 me­ters of wa­ter and about 60 km from the Port of Dos Bo­cas, the well reached an ini­tial shal­low tar­get ver­ti­cal depth of about 3,383 me­ters. sec­ond quar­ter also dropped marginally to 1.55 bil­lion ring­git, from 1.65 bil­lion ring­git in the pre­vi­ous year. For the first half end­ing Jun 30, 2017, Digi’s net profit de­creased by 10.69 per­cent year-on-year to 732 mil­lion ring­git. This was in line with its rev­enue that had fallen 5.49 per­cent to 3.13 bil­lion ring­git. “The op­er­a­tional ex­cel­lence re­mained a core pri­or­ity for the quar­ter to en­sure long-term sus­tain­able growth, to drive mar­ket re­silience while de­liv­er­ing rel­e­vant af­ford­able ser­vices to cus­tomers,” Digi’s CEO Al­bern Murty said on the chal­leng­ing quar­ter for the in­dus­try. tral bank would con­tinue to raise in­ter­est rates grad­u­ally and shrink its bal­ance sheet this year, while mon­i­tor­ing in­fla­tion closely. “The (Fed­eral Open Mar­ket) Com­mit­tee con­tin­ues to ex­pect that the evo­lu­tion of the econ­omy will war­rant grad­ual in­creases in the fed­eral funds rate over time to achieve and main­tain max­i­mum em­ploy­ment and sta­ble prices,” Yellen said. She was speak­ing in tes­ti­mony be­fore Congress to the House Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices Com­mit­tee. Ac­cord­ing to the cen­tral bank chief, the bench­mark in­ter­est rate might not be far away from a neu­tral pol­icy po­si­tion where the econ­omy is at more or less full em­ploy­ment with sta­ble prices. “The fed­eral funds rate would not have to rise all that much fur­ther to get to a neu­tral pol­icy stance,” Yellen added.


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