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Crofts & Assinder

Earlier this month Pamela Pinski wrote about Crofts & Assinder Limited based in Lombard Street, Digbeth, “the birth place of industry in Birmingham”.

On the company website we read that in 1875 George Crofts and Fredrick Assinder started trading as brass founders in Lombard Street, Digbeth (below: the latest premises). 379 more words


World Trade Week NYC: Celebrating a rich history of export success

Elizabeth Montaquila is a U.S. Field Communications Specialist in the U.S. Commercial Service. 

Last week, Under Secretary Selig returned to his roots in Manhattan to celebrate World Trade Week and honor three New York companies for their international trade contributions to economic growth and job creation in the New York City metropolitan region. 477 more words


Singapore's total trade in Q1 plunges 9.7%; NODX down 9%

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

The outlook for Singapore’s trade has worsened as the key non-oil domestic exports (NODX) and total trade plunged further in the first quarter of this year. 157 more words

Money Matters

Singapore’s exports down 9% on-year in Q1 2016

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Non-oil domestic exports (NODX) in Singapore fell 9 per cent on-year in the first quarter of 2016, due to an decrease in both electronic and non-electronic exports, according to statistics released on Wednesday (May 25) by International Enterprise (IE) Singapore. 418 more words

Current Affairs

Trade statistics - are they good enough?

Trade is at the centre of the EU referendum debate and yet there is a question mark over the accuracy of the numbers. It’s widely reported that 44% of the UK’s exports go to the EU. 1,891 more words

On exporting, wages and inequality

Last week colleague and PhD candidate Carli Bezuidenhout presented her ongoing research at the seminar series of the Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University. In a nutshell… 243 more words

Navorsing Research

US $16 million logistics challenge fund launched

FREIGHT and transport costs for landlocked countries in East Africa stands at 75 per cent of the value of exports eroding the global competitiveness for the region’s exports. 339 more words