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- The growing Gulf rivalry that's pushing up oil prices
A public rift between Saudi Arabia and the UAE caused talks between oil exporters to be abandoned.
BBC News. Thursday, 8 Jul 2021.
- Charity fronted by Carrie Johnson reveals it is exporting a herd of elephants from Kent to Kenya
The Aspinall Foundation, which is fronted by Carrie Johnson, has announced it will transport a total of thirteen elephants from an enclosure at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent to Kenya.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 6 Jul 2021.
- Brexit: Exporting my fish to China is easier than to France
A Scottish fisherman says post-Brexit rules means three hours worth of paperwork for each EU order.
BBC News. Sunday, 4 Jul 2021.
- The Basic Guide to Exporting
For American companies of all sizes, exporting
to international buyers makes more sense now than ever before. A Basic Guide to Exporting, developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, addresses virtually every issue an exporter
Entrepreneur. Friday, 2 Jul 2021.
- Marking Communist Centenary, China Heralds Its Rising Influence
As the Chinese Communist Party celebrates its 100-year anniversary, concerns over Beijing exporting
its autocratic model are rising, analysts say.
Radio Liberty. Thursday, 1 Jul 2021.
- Retaking The Lead In Electric Vehicle Exports And Recharging Manufacturing Jobs Requires The Full American Jobs Plan
The U.S. has lost its place to Germany as the world's top EV exporter, but the American Jobs Plan's smart investments in EV infrastructure, consumer incentives, and R&D would help the U.S. ...
Forbes. Tuesday, 29 Jun 2021.
- Itau (ITUB) and Other Global Banks Sued for Rate Rigging
Major banks, including Itau (ITUB), Banco Santander (BSBR), HSBC, Citigroup (C) and BNP Paribas (BNP), sued for $3.8 billion by Brazilian exporters on grounds of currency manipulation.
Zacks. Thursday, 17 Jun 2021.
- Sausage ban 'nonsensical', UK tells Brussels ahead of Northern Ireland talks
Environment Secretary George Eustice has described a ban on exporting
sausages and processed meats from Great Britain to Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Brexit process as "nonsensical".
Sky News. Tuesday, 8 Jun 2021.
- OPEC Plus Continues Gradual Increase in Oil Output
The member states of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting
Countries and allied producers like Russia confirmed a plan to increase output in June and July, reflecting growing demand for petroleum.
New York Times. Tuesday, 1 Jun 2021.
- India's vaccine export ban could send shockwaves worldwide. Should the UK step in to help?
One in five doses being jabbed around the world is made in India. The country is also the largest exporter
of COVID-19 vaccines to the rest of the world.
Sky News. Thursday, 29 Apr 2021.
- Trump threatens job-exporting U.S. companies, and other MoneyWatch headlines
President-elect issues warning to manufacturers that ship jobs abroad; Trump uses Twitter to blast China's economic policies; and Obama admin blocks Dakota Access pipeline. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
CBS News. Saturday, 24 Apr 2021.
- A museum is revving up the good, the fab and the (very) ugly, writes ROBERT HARDMAN
ROBERT HARDMAN: For having been the largest exporter
of cars on the planet in the 1950s, within three decades Britain was a byword for shambolic industrial relations and embarrassing vehicles.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 24 Apr 2021.
- Obama to Congress: Reauthorize Export-Import Bank
President Obama says the U.S. is exporting
more goods than ever before, and Congress needs reauthorize the U.S. Export-Import Bank to sustain that progress.
CBS News. Wednesday, 24 Mar 2021.
- Can Technology Solve The Post-Brexit Woes Of British Exporters?
Getting goods from the U.K. to the EU, and vice versa, is no longer plain sailing, post-Brexit. Can digital transformation of the shipping process untangle some of the red tape holding exporters back?
Forbes. Thursday, 18 Mar 2021.
- Worldwide Major Arms Sales Remain Flat but Middle East Increases Imports
The United States, France and Germany, three of the world's biggest exporters, increased deliveries, but decreases in exports from Russian and China offset the rise, SIPRI said.
Voice of America. Sunday, 14 Mar 2021.
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