Breaking News: China Stops Exports of Gold! From a very trusted source. China ran a newswire on local media they are no longer exporting gold bullion. Wonder if this will hit mainstream.
Livestock exports: In for the long haul The Walmsley Family from Coolup focus their sheep enterprise entirely on supplying the live export market. Throughout the year, Eric Walmsley buys sheep out of sale yards to fatten in the paddock before selling them into the export market, with an annual turn-off of 30-35 thousand head per year. Current export volumes nationally run at around four million sheep a year. Prior to each shipment, export buyers spend up to three weeks sourcing sheep, drafting out any that are unsuitable to travel. The time between farm and ship is spent at an export feedlot, which enables the animals to acclimatise to the shipboard environment ensuring a happy healthy animal is delivered to the other end, which is the best outcome for the animal and for the industry.
Weekly Address: Exports & Earmarks The President explains his push for exporting American goods in Asia, and urges Congress to address earmarks as a signal of fiscal reform.
Oil Outlook Oil suppliers are tightening taps, with Jeff Rubin, CIBC World Markets chief economist. His views are very similar to the Export Land Model proposed by Jeff Brown (
PERAB: Exports and Job Creation President Obama hosts a public meeting of the Presidents Economic Recovery Advisory Board.
Agricultural exports www.ntvuganda.co.ug http The attempt at capturing intra East Africa market by the region's enterprises is now receiving a major boast beyond agro processed products and general merchandise. Through the Marketlinked initiative and the Uganda Export Promotions Board, a local agro implements firm, Tonnet, has secured a multi million contract with Rwanda's Ministry of Agriculture.
UK halts 'bomb detector' exports Britain has banned the export of a hand-held machine marketed as a bomb-detection device in Iraq and Afghanistan because of allegations that it does not work. Meanwhile, the head of the UK-based company that makes the device has been arrested on suspicion of fraud. Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports. [Jan 25, 2010]
Weekly Address: American Jobs Through Exports to Latin America Even as the President maintains his focus on international crises in Japan and Libya, he discusses his trip to Latin America to open up markets for US products.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale UK Trailer You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout, I'm telling you why... The director of the phenomenal shorts that caused a stir at festivals and had over 1 million hits on YouTube brings Santa Claus back to town in a never-before-seen Christmas fantasy thriller for all ages! This December, we'll all believe in Santa Claus again! In UK cinemas from December 3rd. It was the week before Christmas when young and adventurous Pietari uncovers the truth about Santa Claus. Legend has it that the jolly old man is more of a foe than a friend. A group of American scientists is also looking to uncover some facts in Pietari's quiet rural town in northern Finland. It turns out that the most well-kept Christmas secret ever lies 500 meters below ground. This dark secret and Pietari unleash an unforeseen chain of events, after which, Christmas will never, ever, be the same again. The long-awaited follow-up (actually a prequel) to the two award winning and cult online hit shorts (Rare Exports Inc (2003) and Rare Exports Inc -- Safety Instructions (2005), which have more than 1 million downloads on YouTube), by up-and-coming talent commercial and music video director, Jalmari Helander, telling the story of how Santa Clauses are hunted down and domesticated to prepare them for export all around the world! Its visually stunning, 80's style kid-friendly horror-fantasy vibe, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale contains all the ingredients to be the perfect Christmas cult-film we've all ...
Australian Music Exports series - Market Selection part 1 Prepared in conjunction with Austrade's Education Unit, this series of videos explores the key issues facing Australian music exporters today. Candid interviews with several artist managers and industry personnel reveal the highs and lows of the business of music exports.
Obama Looks to Exports, Hoping to Create Jobs This is the VOA Special English Economics Report, from | http The International Monetary Fund has raised its prediction for world economic growth to four and six-tenths percent this year. That is a half-percentage point higher than the estimate in April. The IMF credited expansion in Asia and growing demand in the United States. But the lender's chief economist also warned that "downside risks have risen sharply." President Obama talked about the importance of building exports as a way to create jobs and economic growth at home. He said: "American exports grew almost seven*** percent over the first four months of this year, compared to the same period last year. Part of this, of course, is due to the global recovery. But we are also moving forward on improving conditions for America's exporters." Mr. Obama re-launched the President's Export Council. The group includes business and labor leaders who will advise on trade issues. The government reported that private employers added only eighty-three thousand jobs in June. Unemployment remains high even after six months of job growth. As the president pointed out, there are still five unemployed workers for each job opening. Export-related jobs, he said, pay fif*** percent more than average. In two thousand eight, American exports supported almost seven percent of all jobs, including one-third of jobs in manufacturing. In January, in his State of the Union speech, President Obama promised to double ...
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Riz Khan - Rising US weapons exports The US has not only the world's most powerful armed forces, but also the biggest global weapons industry. Is the US weapons industry fuelling global instability and sparking another arms race?
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Australian exporters linked to Red Sea shark attacks Australia's live sheep exports are being linked to an unprecedented number of shark attacks at Egypt's Sharm El-Sheikh Red Sea resort.
Live export - Australian dairy cattle exported to Saudi Arabia In 2009, 1800 Australian dairy cattle were exported to one of the biggest dairies in the Middle East at Haradh, Saudi Arabia. The dairy cattle left on a livestock vessel from Portland Victoria and arrived in late February 2009. The trip took two weeks, and the heifers settled into their new home with the help of an Australian veterinarian. The National Agricultural Development Company's (NADEC) dairy in Haradh, Saudi Arabia is one of the largest dairies in the Middle East region and has imported almost 4800 Australian dairy cattle over the past three years. NADEC produces almost 1 million litres of milk per day from a herd of almost 42000 holsteins. The milk is processed on site, producing milk, cheese and other dairy products that are delivered to retail outlets across the region. Australian dairy cattle are highly regarded by NADEC for their quality, their disease-free status and the volume of milk they produce, making them in high demand in the Australian live export industry. In Australia, the cattle were prepared by the Elders live export team for months in advance of shipment, with bloodlines and production critical to selection.
HSUS Investigates Horse Slaughter Exports The last equine slaugherhouse in the United States finally shut down, but American horses continue to go to slaughter across our southern and northern borders in record numbers. Take action now to end horse slaughter:
Export Licensing A short introductory film which emphasises that Export Control is a serious responsibility which affects us all. Find out more and take appropriate action where necessary. Export Control Organisation (ECO) is the UK's licensing authority responsible for assessing and processing export control licences for so-called "strategic" goods. A wide range of items fall under Export Control Legislation including so-called dual-use goods (such as nuclear, chemical or communications goods), torture goods, radioactive sources, as well as military items (such as firearms and ammunition).Companies looking to export are advised to contact the ECO for advice and if necessary apply for a licence. For more information visit: /exportcontrol Or email: eco.help@ Tel: 020 7215 4594 To apply for a licence: A transcript is available here
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Tarpley: US exports depression to China If you look at the global economy and take a look at growth, China is in the lead and in some cases is leaving the world in the dust. Is China to blame for the recession in the United States and has the US declared economic warfare? Maybe it is time for America to take a page out of China's playbook for economic success. Asia Times correspondent Pepe Escobar and Investigative journalist Webster Tarpley join RT's Kristine Frazao to discuss the world's economy and Chinas place in it.
Livestock Transport: Take a ship tour onboard MV Becrux Take a tour of the MV Becrux - a state-of-the-art purpose built live export vessel as it prepares to carry sheep and cattle from Australia to their overseas destinations. The MV Becrux has been engaged in live exports non-stop since its launch, carrying Australian sheep and cattle to various live export destinations in Asia and the Middle East. This livestock export ship has a desalination plant on board and produces all the fresh water for both livestock and crew. The MV Becrux has completed over 80 voyages carrying more than 3 million sheep and 500000 cattle.
Russia begins ban on grain exports Russia has imposed a ban on wheat and other grain exports until the end of the year after a severe drought and an outbreak of wildfires destroyed one-third of the harvest and ravaged agricultural land - sparking fears of increased costs and food shortages. An estimated 10 million hectares of agricultural land has been devastated by the fires following the worst heatwave in Russian history. Russia is one of the world's biggest producers of wheat, barley and rye. However a quarter of the country's crops have been destroyed, according to President Dmitry Medvedev. As a result of the ban, world wheat prices have rocketed to a two-year high and there are worries about a crisis in global food supplies. The type of wheat Russia produces is best suited to making unleavened bread, so much of its wheat is imported to the Middle East. Egypt is its largest market, followed by Turkey, Syria, Iran and Libya. In addition to affecting the cost of such food staples as bread, a shortage or hike in the price of grain is expected to have a knock-on effect across several European industries. Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Moscow.
Thai drought threatens rice exports Thailand is the world's number one exporter of rice providing one third of the world's total supply. But the country is suffering from the worst drought in 20 years, and that could have consequences for the entire economy. Al Jazeera's Aela Callan reports from northern Thailand.
President Obama Meets with Export Council President Obama addresses a meeting of the President's Export Council as they discuss strategies to meet the President's goal of boosting the economy and creating jobs by increasing American exports. December 9, 2010.
Live Animal Exports: Indefensible This moving documentary shows the routine handling of Australian sheep exported to Egypt. People in the Middle East believe Australians approve of this treatment of animals. www.LiveExport-
T*** issue for Kenya's rose exports - 9 Sep 07 One of the greatest challenges in achieving a global approach to climate change is the debate about who should accept the financial burden. Developing nations in particular fear that by committing to reducing greenhouse gas emissions they may struggle to build their economies. Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege investigates Kenya's rose exporting industry and its effects on carbon emissions.
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CrossRoads Exports India Lipdub CrossRoads Exports, Bangalore Office, goes wild with the Presidents of the USA, Video Kills the Video Star !!!
Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe - UK exports to the US An irreverent look at UK exports to the US, and their opinions on our programming...
Rare Exports: The Official Safety Instructions The serie of short films "Rare Exports Inc." and "Rare Exports: The Official Safety Instructions" have gained over 1 000 000 hits each in YouTube. Because of their popularity, we as the production company wanted to provide the best possible audio and video quality versions of the films to intensify YOUR viewing experience. Enjoy and go watch the movie in theatres December 2010! ******************************************************************* Director: Jalmari Helander Production company: Woodpecker Film Not meant for the public eye, this film reveals the dark reality of what's wrong with company's product. With its primitive instincts triggered by bad behaviour of people around it, the seemingly tame Father Christmas will forget the intensive training and turn into a brutal beast. You better watch out, you better not cry, There's no room for mistakes.
Don't Panic! Japan's exports drop by 46% Feb 25, 2009 Garfield = US Fed Government? ***** update ****** Want some real insight? Look at the third part of DebTruth's investigation of the Auto Bailout. And watch the other parts to see how it connects... Awesome work!!! Who really benefits from the GM Chrysler Bailout? Part Three - I'm furious!!!: (Go DebTruth - you are the archetype of a mellowing Rock Chick, and I love it! Rock On Girl!!!) ******************* Fraud squad raids offices of Anglo Irish Bank: Collapse in business investment puts economy into a spin: Murdoch - "We are in the midst of a phase of history in which nations will be redefined." Chernin Bids News Corp. Farewell: Departure Memos and Details: German CDS debt spreads hit record as economy crumbles: Ukraine Ratings Cut to CCC+ by S&P on IMF Loan Risk Japan's exports nearly halve in one year: Depression in the east points the way for the rest of the world: Researchers: 32 Illinois banks at risk for failure: STATE BUDGET TROUBLES WORSEN: American Express pays some cardholders US$300 to close accounts: No more water for California farmers (Expect price rises): Nasa rocket crash is big setback to knowledge of climate change: Google e-mail crash hits millions and raises fears over ...
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UK halts 'bomb detector' exports Britain has banned the export of a hand-held machine marketed as a bomb-detection device in Iraq and Afghanistan because of allegations that it does not work. Meanwhile, the head of the UK-based company that makes the device has been arrested on suspicion of fraud. Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports. (Jan 23, 2010)
JAPANESE SEAFOOD EXPORTS As an island nation,Japan has access to vast aquatic resources from its surrounding seas. The international popularity of Japanese cuisine continues to grow, driving active exports of Japan's marine products. The steady growth of exports is transforming the landscape for Japan's marine products.
MaximsNewsNetwork: BELIZE: PESTFREE EXPORTS MaximsNewsNetwork: 18 July 2009 - WTO: Around the world, millions of farmers have to battle the Medfly and its cousins. If there's any hint that fruit flies have infested a crop, trade stops. Belize is the only country in Central America to be officially declared free of Medfly and now farmers can export their crops to major markets like the United States. Meet Ceratitis capitata This beautiful insect can be a real pest! Its better known as the Mediterranean fruit fly or Medfly. This insect is one of the worlds most destructive agricultural pests, able to turn a beautiful and nutritious fruit crop into a rotten mess in days. Around the world, millions of farmers have a fight on their hands to deal with the Medfly and its cousins. And no one wants to import these pests. If theres any hint that there are fruit flies around, trade stops, as countries protect the health of their plants and consumers. Some farmers are winning the battle. Belize is the only country in Central America to be officially declared free of Medfly. Farmers all over Belize can grow and export papayas, peppers and many other crops to major markets like the United States. In 2001, the US recognized Belize as free of this pest. The first Medfly infestation in Belize occurred in 1987 in the Stan Creek District in the south of the country. Elsewhere, the Central and Northern districts also paid the price because there was no way to prove their products were safe. SOUNDBITE (English) Hernan Zetina, Medfly ...
China's Export Excess (Intelligent Investing With Steve Forbes) Economist Gary Shilling, author of The Age Of Deleveraging, discusses China's attempts to shift toward a domestically-oriented economy.
Bulletstorm - Final Exports Trailer Name: Bulletstorm Release date: February 22, 2011 Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Publisher(s): Electronic Arts Developer(s): Epic Games and People Can Fly
BBC Newsnight: UK Bans Exports of "Bomb Detecting" Dowsing Rods January 22, 2010 on BBC Newsnight: The UK government has announced a ban on the export to Iraq and Afghanistan of some so-called "bomb detectors". It follows an investigation by the BBC's Newsnight programme which found that one type of "detector" made by a British company cannot work. The Iraqi government has spent $85m on the ADE-651 and there are concerns that they have failed to stop bomb attacks that have killed hundreds of people. The ban on the ADE-651 and other similar devices starts next week. via -
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'Outsourced' Exports the Funny to NBC Actor Rizwan Manji on his new TV comedy 'Outsourced' about workers in call center in India, which premieres Thurs., Sept., 23rd on NBC. (Sept. 21)
President Obama on Boosting American Exports The President speaks to the President's Export Council on his Administration's commitment to increasing American exports and creating new jobs. September 16, 2010.