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# 15.08 Neighbor regions as the source of new industries

Ron Boschma, Víctor Martín and Asier Minondo


The development of new industries demands access to local capabilities. Little attention has yet been paid to the role of spillovers from neighbor regions for industrial diversification, nor has the role of network linkages between neighbor regions been investigated. 103 more words

Knowledge Spillovers

Saskatchewan offshore exports hit $12.6B in 2014

Saskatchewan’s merchandise exports to countries other than the United States totalled $12.6 billion in 2014, surpassing the $11.9 billion posted by Alberta last year and setting a record for the province, the Ministry of the Economy said in a press release Thursday. 7 more words


Nigeria Records Highest Cocoa Exports Of N131bn

Posted by @SoundOfGreatnez via @abjshowbiz

The Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC) said the country recorded the highest exportation of Cocoa and its products valued at N131.2 billion in 2014. 283 more words


Economy in brief: Ministry issues raw sugar import permits in Q2

Related topics: Chapter 2 The Price System – Demand and supply analysis & Chapter 4 International Trade – Exports, imports and balance of trade

The Trade Ministry has passed import permits for sugar refiners to buy 945,643 tons of raw sugar for the second quarter of this year. 166 more words

News Articles

Marita: Oil and gas exports—one policy change, many benefits


As is often the case, this week I had to decide between three different story ideas for my column. Al Gore and his suggestion that climate change skeptics be punished certainly had appeal—but many others were addressing that, giving it plenty of coverage. 1,878 more words

Barack Obama

Canada: Government Planning New Fund to help SMEs (Small-Medium-Enterprises) Boost Exports

SMEs (Small-Medium-Enterprises) across the country may soon be able to benefit from more funding to support their export-based projects, the federal government announced last week. 246 more words


Seeing "Red" a Good Thing for U.S. Grown Cranberries

Awareness of America’s Original Superfruit™ in China has doubled within two years.

In China, red is the symbolic color of happiness. And for U.S. cranberry growers who are looking east for new and expanded market opportunities, Chinese consumers seeing more red in the form of America’s Original Superfruit™ is certain to contribute to their happiness.

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