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California export trade figures for August, delayed 16 days due to the federal government shutdown, showed a significant late-summer surge. California businesses shipped merchandise valued at $14.28 billion in August, up 8 percent from $13.22 billion
California businesses shipped merchandise valued at $14.28 billion in August, up 8 percent from $13.22 billion in August 2012, according to an analysis of Thursday's U.S. Commerce Department figures by Beacon Economics, a consulting firm with offices
In the past eight months, the total export trade volume of marine products of the province was $1.54 billion, an increase of 5.9 percent from last year and accounting for 46.5 percent of the total amount of its agricultural exports. The total food
A boost to curb a gradually declining trend in salt export To bolster salt export trade, duty drawback needs to be hiked at any cost...Hence, it needs a boost to achieve market certainty, according to B...Though salt production surged ahead over the
02 editor It is learnt through media that Mr. Bandula Egodage has been appointed as the new Chairman and Chief Executive of Sri Lanka Export Development Board, the apex institution on development and promotion of exports in Sri Lanka.
The industry has voluntarily suspended cattle exports to Egypt while new footage of animal cruelty, taken by Animals Australia in October and April, is investigated...ABC television's 7.30 Report on Monday, shows "the vicious, cruel and clumsy
It is rather unfortunate to have suffered a decrease in exports that would affect the economy of the country in spite of a profitable increase in favor of building the economy as it is the desired will of the nation. In recognition of the vital
The value of goods shipped out of California in November was $13.3 billion, a decline of 5.3 percent compared to the month the previous year. Manufactured product exports in November totaled $8.3 billion, down 3.7 percent from November 2011.
Lee Rhiannon says she welcomes pressure from within the Labor caucus to phase out the live animal export trade. Senator Rhiannon, addressing an animal welfare protest in Sydney's Hyde Park on Sunday, said the Greens welcomed the "growing number" of
25 editor Sri Lanka Export Development Board (EDB) celebrates its 33rd Anniversary in August 2012. EDB deserves a high degree of praise for its remarkable contribution made toward the socio economic development of the country, the key national