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Getting Americans To Understand Foreign Aid

Most Americans don’t really understand what foreign aid is all about nor how much it costs.

Real quick:

  1. Foreign aid is designed to promote US interests from humanitarian to economic to political to security.
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Matthew Fisher: Australia positioned as an Indo-Pacific power with new China, India trade deals

CANBERRA — Australia is on the kind of diplomatic tear Canada can only dream of.

Brisbane got lots of global attention by hosting the Group of 20 leaders summit in Brisbane last weekend because so many participants lined up behind Canada’s Stephen Harper to disparage Russian President Vladimir Putin for the Kremlin’s malignant actions in Ukraine. 757 more words

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Think Big about International Trade

I hope you all enjoy the guest lecture given by Ambassador Friedrich Löhr on his global travel stories as a career diplomat over the past 37 years. 495 more words

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The road to responsible investment treaties

by Roel Nieuwenkamp and Kimmo Sinivuori

Originally published by Columbia FDI Perspectives  Perspectives on topical foreign direct investment issues, No. 134 November 10, 2014, Columbia Center for Sustainable Investment.   679 more words

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Tonight we learn how good our business is

So, tonight’s the night!  And I’ve got my fingers crossed.

That’s when we’ll learn if we’ve won either of the two categories we’ve been shortlisted in for the Business is Good for the Black Country Awards 2014. 308 more words

e-z GTA has just made managing your exports easier

If you are already using GTA Online, then you may have noticed that it has changed.  We are proud to announce the launch of the re-branded e-z GTA which finally brings together all our exporting products under the e-z brand. 438 more words

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Lunch lifting, 20/11/2014 - News roundup

There are a lot of news out today, and it’s time to get into some of it.

  • Overnight, we got the Federal reserve stating that they’re watching for deflation, which gave markets a shot in the arm.
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