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How Do You Like Them Apples?

Last weekend, my family and I went to a local orchard and picked apples. Besides being fun and delicious, it turns out that October is national apple month, which I did not know. 490 more words


Comment: Free trade in crude oil is in U.S. interests

U.S. oil refiners have been among the biggest beneficiaries of free trade in the last decade, so it is ironic some continue to lobby hard to maintain the protectionist ban on crude exports. 1,026 more words


Saskatchewan aiming to triple exports to Asia by 2020

REGINA – On Tuesday Premier Brad Wall received the final report of the Saskatchewan-Asia Advisory Council, detailing 45 recommendations aimed at enhancing the province’s engagement with Asia on trade, investment, education and immigration. 293 more words


Gaza Sweet Potatoes Exported to Europe For 1st Time Since Siege

GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Thirty tons of sweet potatoes were exported from Gaza to Europe for the first time since Israel imposed a siege on the Strip, the Ministry of Agriculture said Monday.Ministry official Tahsin al-Saqqa said “this small quantity” of potatoes were exported after it was permitted by Israeli authorities. 133 more words


Government working towards reducing transaction cost for exports

NEW DELHI: India is working to significantly reduce cost of transaction and quicken the process for exports based on a raft of recommendations made by a high-level committee, as the government seeks to make doing business easier and give a thrust to foreign trade. 415 more words

Business News In India

China's slowing down fast. Here are the countries that will be hit hardest—and those that will be celebrating

The Chinese economy is looking pretty shaky these days. Profits of big industrial companies shrank 0.6% in August versus the previous year, after growing 13.5% in July. 544 more words

(What's Left of) Our Economy: More Manufacturing Fairy Tales from The Atlantic

There he goes again. At the end of 2012, James Fallows contributed one of two Atlantic cover stories claiming that America is on the verge of spurring a renaissance in its manufacturing sector or actually starting to enjoy one. 941 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy