Is the global pharma industry unhappy with India’s policies?
By Gopal Krishna Agarwal The world-class Indian vaccine, with several vaccine manufacturers and an open licence, is attractive for several countries, particularly in the developing world. Indian pharma industry will gain immensely and our country will stand out as a nation helping at the time of need. But dominant global pharma companies stand to lose […]
Mexico’s chemical industry still ‘frozen’ 2 months after heavy frost in the US
More than two months after the severe frosts in the southern United States, which disabled the natural gas infrastructure for export to Mexico, the Mexican chemical industry reports that it has yet to recover from this impact.
What the cyber-attack on JBS means for meat supply
Some buyers may want to prepare for another potential supply crisis, this time with meat. Beef and pork producing giant JBS USA suffered a cyberattack last weekend, leading to reported shutdowns at the company’s plants in North America and Australia.
Global market developments of PAPs and Vitamin E50
This week’s feed additive update takes a look at the latest developments regarding Processed Animal Proteins (PAPs) and Vitamin E50. Rising commodity prices and shipping costs have strained the supply of feed ingredient chains around the world. With a 70% protein deficit, the European Union must import expensive protein sources from around the world. But […]