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Government of India passes a circular on withdrawal of safeguard duty on aluminium from China

In a verdict that is expected to have a far reaching influence on the Indian print industry, the Government of India passed a circular on 13 October, 2011 about the withdrawal of safeguard duty on aluminium from China.

ICSM offering "gift packages" to subscribers

Print credit checking specialist ICSM is offerings its customers three services to help boost business over the Christmas period.

DS Smith hails "improved performance in every division" in half-year results

DS Smith has announced a 20% year-on-year increase in its pre-tax profits from 35.6m to 42.8m in its half-year results, on revenues of 1,034m.

Drupa to light way as print industry keeps advancing

At next year's Drupa, the industry's suppliers will announce, and possibly even deliver, many new or upgraded products that will give an insight into the direction that print will take in the future. Here are some of the key trends that will have an impact on what we see at next year's show:

Will eurozone crisis impact Drupa 2012 investment plans?

The past year has been defined by bail-outs, debt and contraction across the eurozone, which has adversely affected business and consumer confidence.

Enterprise Finance Guarantee applications slump

Loan applications to the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) in the three months to September slid to their second lowest quarterly total since the scheme's launch at the start of 2009.

Truprint photobook VAT ruling: The inside view

Last month Truprint, the Newton Abbot-based photo finishing business, triumphed in a three-year tax battle with HM Revenue & Customs over whether it should have been charged VAT on its photobook sales.

IOAA reviews implementation of standard practises for OOH

Indian Outdoor Advertising Association (IOAA) reviewed the implementation of the standard operating practises (SOP).

Manroland insolvency: where does the firm go from here?

Manroland's insolvency filing last week was the sad but inevitable result of its failure to find an adequate strategy to cope with the massive reduction in its core market from 2008. This included a 54% drop in sales, from 2.1bn in 2006 to just 976m in 2010, together with a 48% drop in incoming orders, from 1.9bn to 976m over that period.

Chancellor's 20bn loan plan offers cheaper credit to SMEs

UK printers could benefit from reduced borrowing costs thanks to a 20bn National Loan Guarantee Scheme announced in this week's Autumn Statement from the chancellor George Osborne.

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