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Performance of India and Vietnam in foreign trade sector

The exports of Vietnam increased from US$ 15 billion 2001 to $132 billion in 2013 i.e. by about 9 times during the 12 years and to $150 billion in 2014 i.e. 163 more words

Christina Russo: Why It's So Hard to Stop Zimbabwe's Export of Baby Elephants

National Geographic: The export of dozens of elephants is legal under the global treaty that governs the endangered species trade.

When it recently came to light that Zimbabwe is planning to export dozens of baby elephants, conservation organizations, elephant experts, and concerned citizens expressed horror and condemnation. 37 more words


Birmingham’s Brandauer – reshoring and multi-skilling

It is good to be able to update our 2012 news from Brandauer, the presswork and stamping specialist, now located in Bridge Street West, Aston/Newtown, which is celebrating a major reshoring achievement, wresting an order from a US company. 354 more words


Building international links

Our early 2015 research efforts continued this week by building some international ties. Prof Maria Santana-Galego of the University of the Balearic Islands visited the School and met with colleagues the the TRADE and TREES research entities. 119 more words

Navorsing Research

Producers of perishable food are forced to sell at a loss

Why are they denied justice?

Factories do not sell their products at a loss, but those producing perishable food are often required to do so. 205 more words

Food Producers

Natural stone - Portuguese emerges as leader

According to 2013 provisional data from the international trade UN database, with close to 45 USD/person, Portugal is the per capita world leader in natural stone exports. 107 more words

Stone - Pedra

Additions to Contribution Exports

These are not big changes, but you may be interested in them if you work with contributions/finance at your church.

The 3 exports that are run from the… 66 more words

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