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With housing boom at end, all eyes on exports to carry economy

OTTAWA – A new forecast from the federal export agency predicts Canada’s economy is on the threshold of stronger growth thanks to a long-awaited recovery in the export sector. 456 more words


Dortmunder Actien-Brauerei Export Lager - The Review

I’m going to review something a bit unusual for me today – a lager. And it’s not even craft brewed! I have some sentimental reasons for looking at this. 580 more words


How to Drink Scotch Whisky

It may not be everyone’s cup of whisky, but if sales are any indication, Scotch is more popular worldwide than ever before.

Scotch sales have nearly doubled over the past ten years to roughly $7 billion, according to the… 103 more words

The Inherent Dichotomy of Italian Private Sector Performance During the Crisis: What Has Made Firms Winners or Losers

After the crisis, Italy lost one fourth of its total manufacturing output compared to the peak of April 2008. This data is particularly worrisome for Italy, being EU’s second manufacturer after Germany. 484 more words


Here's the bullish chart everyone on Wall Street is talking about today

Activity at America’s busiest port soared in March. Shipments through the Port of Los Angeles jumped 34% compared the same month last year. It was the biggest year-on-year percentage increase since February 2007. 74 more words

Philippine exports up 9.3% in January

Philippine exports grew by 9.3 percent in January 2014 buoyed by the manufacturing sector and sustaining its positive growth momentum for the eighth consecutive month, according to the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). 265 more words


Germany’s Arms Exports Turn Into Gamesmanship

It’s been a long time since a German vice-chancellor has defied his chancellor – especially over Germany’s booming weapons exports. In Angela Merkel’s previous government, the vice chancellor and economy minister was Philipp Rösler of her “preferred” coalition partner, the neo-liberal Free Democratic Party, a party that rarely stood in the way of lucrative business deals. 849 more words

Defence Talk