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(What's Left of) Our Economy: No Country is an Island? II

Two weeks ago, I wrote about the utter confusion in economics, business, and policy ranks about the spectacle of the United States continuing to grow much more strongly than the rest of the world on average. 737 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Apollo Tyres appoints Mathaias Heimann as European operations head

Apollo Tyres Ltd., one of India’s leading tyre manufacturers announced the appointment of Mathias Heimann as President of Europe & Americas and CEO of Apollo Vredestein B.V., yesterday, a company statement said. 280 more words

Business Talk India


Beautiful German weapon sale of the week.

Because somebody has to admire them.

Germany does about-face on refusal to grant 30-percent discount for vessels.


China to pitch high-speed trains to California | Reuters

State-backed China CNR Corporation is making a pitch to sell its high-speed trains to California, signaling China’s growing export ambitions for such technology after building the world’s longest network in just seven years. 91 more words

China Alert

The Port of Houston...

With the move to Houston, I set a Texas Bucket List, my friends are now rolling their eyes saying, “Of course she did!” Smile.

Among the many things to do, is a 90-minute tour of the Houston Ship Channel. 314 more words


Equity for Exporters

A historic shift is taking place in the world economy: record numbers of small and mid-size companies, microenterprises, and garage entrepreneurs are going global. Before content to sell in the giant U.S. 912 more words

How the Scotts moved from Brooklyn to the United Kingdom with Penbroke Marine Services. 

When Mr. Scotts a decided to move the family from Brooklyn, NY to London he had no idea where to begin.  A friend suggested he call TMC, the Logistics Coordinator, at Penbroke Marine Services. 428 more words