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WILMINGTON DuPont Industrial Biosciences has finalised the expansion of its Kinston manufacturing facility which produces the firms bio-based Sorona polymer in North Carolina, USA. The decision to grow the site, the company says, reflects the SINGAPORE A new diffusion accelerant has been released by Huntsman Textile Effects that complies with current textile industry sustainability standards and improves the dyeing performance of polyester fibres including microfibres and blends even STOCKHOLM Swedish fashion-tech company We Are SpinDye looks set to accelerate the development of its proprietary colouring method for synthetic textiles courtesy of a round of investment. Dutch duo Textile Innovation Fund (TIF) and Social Impact BRUSSELS An initiative funded by the European Unions LIFE Programme is aiming to collaborate with companies in order to provide consumers with information regarding the presence of potentially hazardous chemicals in the textile supply chain. LONDON NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) has been awarded 6 million to investigate the risks posed by potentially hazardous chemicals released through agriculture and industrial operations. The wider-reaching impacts of potentially AMSTERDAM In what has been a very busy August for the organisation, ZDHC has revealed a new MRSL certification partner, three new contributors and held a Manufacturer Forum in Brazil; an event which ZDHC hopes can herald a new era of operations on STUTTGART The European REACH regulation is having the exact opposite impact of what it was originally designed to do, textile testing with the potential impacts of hazardous textile chemicals on both human health and the environment likely to be exacerbated by THENJIPALAM A new study conducted by researchers at an Indian university has proposed a novel new method of implementing much-needed water conservation within textile manufacturing. The research is said to have been motivated by the increasing BANGKOK – Indorama Ventures PLC (IVL) a global chemical producer, has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Sorepla Industrie S.A., a plastics recycling facility located in Neufchateau, in northern France. The acquisition is AMSTERDAM The Eco-Passport certification standard from Oeko-Tex has today been accepted by the ZDHC as a level 3 standard for conformance with its manufacturing restricted substance list (MRSL). This means the ZDHC has the highest level of WILMINGTON DuPont Industrial Biosciences has announced a partnership with Bluesign for the bio-based polymer Sorona. DuPont Sorona is a polymer comprised of 37 per cent renewable plant-based ingredients and, according to its manufacturers, uses 30 REINACH Colour and specialty textile chemicals provider Archroma has announced a collaboration with Ternua, a Basque outdoor brand with sustainability at the heart of its business.

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Christie Collectors may have had to pay up to 25% more for works originating from China per Trump’s original tariff proposal. © Christie’s The trade war between the US and China continues to rise in pitch after President Donald Trump announced that a 10% tariff would be imposed on $200bn worth of Chinese goods starting 24 September. US-based art and antiquities dealers, however, are breathing a small sigh of relief. On Monday (17 September), the Office of the United States Trade Representative issued a revised list of imported goods subject to the tariff—which is due to go up to 25% by next year—that no longer includes Chinese-made art and antiquities. In total, the updated list contains 5,745 full or partial lines of the 6,031 tariff lines that were earlier proposed. The tariff list published on 10 July included Chinese paintings, drawings, pastels, prints, lithographs and original sculptures as well as “antiques of an age exceeding 100 years”. Car seats, bicycle helmets and some consumer electronics products such as smart watches and Bluetooth devices were among the removed items in addition to works of art. “The free exchange of art is beneficial to all and may provide an avenue toward mutual understanding leading to better relations on other fronts as well,” says James Lally, a New York-based dealer specialising in Chinese art and antiquities. He adds that “it is a great relief to know that [US collectors and dealers] will maintain access to the international market and will be able to freely welcome art lovers from around the world”. “The market for Asian art, and Chinese art in particular, has remained extremely strong in New York throughout 2018,” says Christina Prescott-Walker, the director of Asian art at Sotheby’s in New York. A rare painted limestone figure of a standing bodhisattva from the Tang dynasty fetched $4.3 million during Sotheby’s Asia Week sales, far surpassing its high estimate of $2.5 million.

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2 Intermediate People’s Court on Wednesday, the official Shanghai Daily newspaper reported. The court gave nine others sentences ranging from five to 12 years, it said. The Zhongjin empire grew quickly and even opened an imposing office on Shanghai’s historic – and expensive – Bund, luring eager investors seeking the double-digit returns it promised on short-term financing products, part of a then-thriving “shadow banking” sector. However, the image of riches and success that it cultivated came crashing down in early 2016. Police arrested 21 executives linked to Zhongjin, including Xu, on suspicion of “illegal fundraising”. The Shanghai Daily said Xu and the nine others who were sentenced on Wednesday had been unable to make a profit “so used online ads, offline promotions and TV commercials to convince people that Zhongjin companies were rich and reputable”. “They fabricated financing products with short-term, yet extremely high, returns to pull in investors,” it said. They had illegally collected 40 billion yuan, it said, and much of the money was spent cultivating an image of wealth and reputability. Xu was detained on April 4, 2016, attempting to board a flight out of Shanghai, the newspaper said.

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Clarkson apologised for mistakes in that report, but insisted it was not part of a wider pattern and said the paper’s coverage had changed. He said a large number of complaints in the media about the Sun’s coverage were made by “politically motivated or other kinds of interest groups”, and said the newspaper never received praise when it ran stories that showed Muslims in a positive light. Peter Wright, representing the publisher of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, also denied his newspapers were Islamophobic. “There is no anti-Muslim agenda. It doesn’t exist,” he said. “If we were trying to incite racial hatred, it would be appearing on our front page. Stories inciting hatred against Muslims do not appear on our front page.” He said newspapers had toned down some of their language in recent years, but claimed Hindu and Sikh communities had complained to the Mail about the newspaper using “Asian” instead of “Muslim” in copy. Wright also downplayed the influence of newspapers on Islamophobia in society. “I don’t know where people have got their views from. We’re told these days, they get them all from social media,” he said.

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Mirror and Express newspapers The £113.5m pre-tax loss for the 26 weeks to 1 July, compares with a profit of £38.2m for the same period last year. Adjusted pre-tax profit for the UK’s biggest news publisher rose £3.4m to £64.7m. Group revenue rose by 10.6% to £353.8m reflecting the acquisition of the Express and Star, but fell by 7.2% on a like-for-like basis. The fall partly reflected the company handing back two regional Metro titles to Daily Mail owner DMGT in the period. Sales of Reach’s national newspapers plunged in the first half, with circulation for the Daily Mirror down 13.9%, a 12.1% fall for the Daily Star and a 9.3% slide for the Daily Express. The overall UK national tabloid newspaper market declined by 9.3% in the period. The Sunday Mirror was down 14.8%, the Sunday People fell 16.4%, with 8.3% and 9.2% declines for the Sunday Express and Star titles respectively. Simon Fox, chief executive, said Reach had delivered a positive performance in a “difficult trading environment”. He was “reasonably optimistic” about the prospects of the regional titles despite the writedown and said they had a long-term future digitally. Reach had no plans to close print editions “at the moment” and is opening digital titles in areas such as Leeds and Edinburgh where it had no print titles, Mr Fox added. The company was on track to deliver the savings of £20m it expected from integrating the Express and Star titles, but needed growth in digital revenues to offset the continued decline from its print products, he said.

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Deqa Dahir Somalia’s president met Dahir’s family as public anger over the shooting grew. The nine-year-old was buried on Thursday, two days after she was killed. She was a first-year school pupil, and was returning home happily, eating ice cream, when she was killed by what appeared to be a stray bullet, reports the BBC’s Ahmed Adan from Mogadishu. She was shot in the head and died instantly. Her mother, Safiya Mohamed Hooshow, demanded justice from the government of President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed. “I demand from the government to bring the murderer in front of me,” she told BBC Somali. Her father Dahir Moalim Ali Farah told Amnesty: “It was shocking to see the dead body of my daughter.” “My 11-year old son, who was also in the bus with Deqa, came home crying and shouting and told us that she had been shot dead. I ran to the scene of the incident, where I was told the body of my daughter was taken to Masaarida hospital,” he said. In another incident, the driver of an auto-rickshaw taxi was hit by a stray bullet fired by a soldier on Monday. Militant Islamists often detonate explosives in Mogadishu, targeting people caught in traffic, Ahmed Adan adds. It is therefore common to see soldiers shooting near civilians as they try to keep traffic moving.

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Saga of truck filled with bodies of homicide victims sparks scandal in Mexico Behind the episode of the itinerant truck and its gruesome cargo was a basic storage problem: Authorities in violence-plagued Jalisco say they have run out of space to put the ever-escalating numbers of unclaimed victims of violence. Current law bans cremation of the unclaimed bodies. Consequently, officials opted to store the reported remains of more than 150 people in a refrigerated semi-trailer that in recent days was parked in various towns — angering residents who complained about fetid odors, dripping blood and gathering swarms of flies. “The smell was horrible,” a woman holding her baby girl told Telemundo in the town of Tlajomulco de Zuniga, one of the places where the semi-trailer was parked, in a field outside a residential development. The rented truck apparently set off late last week on its still-unexplained odyssey from morgue facilities in Guadalajara, the Jalisco state capital, to various densely populated suburbs. Human rights advocates denounced the unseemly “abandonment” of the dead. “We express our indignation for this degrading treatment,” declared one organization representing relatives of the disappeared, condemning the “re-victimization” of the missing and their loved ones. On Monday, Jalisco Gov. Aristoteles Sandoval fired the state’s forensic chief, citing “grave omissions” and a departure from “protocol” in handling remains. “We will be scrupulous in the treatment and management given to the bodies,” the governor vowed, pledging a thorough investigation. But the sacked former morgue chief, Luis Octavio Cotero, responded in interviews that he was being made a scapegoat and feared for his life.

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