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Some 40 to 50 billion dollars are in actual deliveries, (that is, the delivery of sales, which can be many years after the initial contract is signed) Each year, around 30-35 billion dollars are made in actual sales (agreements, or signing of contracts). In more recent years, annual sales of arms have risen to around $50-60 billion. Back to top Every year, the U.S. Congressional Research Service releases a report looking at arms transfers to the developing world. The latest report (as of writing), released September 4, 2009, is titled Conventional Arms Transfers to Developing Nations, 2001-2008 . These reports are also known as the
in 1810. This trading post was the first long-term European settlement in Washington and the center of the fur trade between the Rockies and the Cascades for 16 years. In the late 1800s, gold and silver were discovered in the Inland Northwest. The Spokane area is considered to be one of the most productive mining districts in North America. Spokane’s economy has traditionally been natural resource based, however, the city’s economy has diversified to encompass other industries, including the high-tech and biotech sectors. The city of Spokane (then known as "Spokane Falls") was settled in 1871 and officially ...
James Montier Resource Page | The Big Picture
Tim du Toit is the editor and founder of Eurosharelab. He has more than 20 year of institutional and personal investing experience in emerging and developed markets. Tim is based in Hamburg, Germany. More of his articles can be found at Eurosharelab ( Republished here with permission. ~~~ I met James Montier at a value investment seminar in Italy in 2007 where he presented. We had long discussions later the day and into the evening on value investing and investment strategy. James was kind enough to put me on his distribution list and I really looked forward to each of his articles as they always taught me ... market research, surveys and trends
Links post: Why the Labor leadership change shows our political ...
… we must now ask ourselves whether politics as usual allows any leader to wrestle with the great moral challenges of our time. Because those challenges are not going away, even as the timescale of the Twitterverse and the 24 hour news machine rolls relentlessly on to another moment of the present. One of the article’s themes was that the professionalisation of politics – its disconnect from most people’s lives, and the relentless drum beat of the always on media cycle make it nigh on impossible for any political leader truly to address the diabolical problems we all face. In seeking to explain Kevin ... market research, surveys and trends


1 Million Free and Legal Music Tracks - Free Music
Erik's site is getting a bit long in the tooth nowadays, but it still features a great collection of eclectic mp3 music site links arranged in a hard on the eyes pink motif. Well worth taking a look though Monkeyfilter Audioblog Wiki Taken from the amazing Tofu Hut site . A huge list of mp3 blogs, offering music to stream and download in an awesome selection of genres. Go there. Do yourself a favour. The wiki is only editable by Monkeyfilter members, but it's still excellent. Oddio Overplay Massive music resource which has collated years of downloadable and streaming music from resources all over the world. Check out the industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has handed out raises -- some of more than 20 percent -- to his staff while proclaiming a message of "shared sacrifice" and planning spending cuts of $1.4 billion because the state is awash in debt. The Democrat has given 43 salary increases averaging 11.4 percent to 35 staffers in the past 15 months, according to an Associated Press analysis of records obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. They include a $24,000-a-year bump for the man promoted to shepherd the state through the fiscal storm. Budget Director David Vaught got a 20 percent raise to bring his pay to $144,000 in October ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
A tale of two -- actually, many more than two -- list serves
What if I told you I ran a secret e-mail list that connected progressive writers with staffers for Democratic politicians so that those staffers could tell the progressives what, exactly, their bosses wanted them writing about that day? Sadly, I don't run such a list. Never have, either. The rule for Journolist was that no one who worked for the government in any capacity could join or, if they took a job with the government, remain. But it turns out that there is exactly such a list on the right. Dan Riehl, a prominent conservative blogger, revealed its existence today when he quit in a huff because John Boehner's ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
How long can White House keep Boehner's "ant" crack alive?
President Obama, in remarks about financial reform later today in Wisconsin, will unload a lengthy fusillade at Boehner, devoting three paragraphs to that one line in an effort to cast the GOP as out of touch with the financial crisis's impact on ordinary Americans. Excerpts: Most of our friends in the other party are planning on voting against this reform. In fact, just yesterday, I was stunned to hear the leader of the Republicans in the House say that financial reform was like using a nuclear weapon to target an ant. That's right. He compared the financial crisis to an ant. The same financial crisis that led to the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Moving to the RTP (Research Triangle Park) area, “the Triangle”:
has additional links to furnished temporary housing at the bottom of this page: ... There's no good way around it---the Triangle area is big, very suburban, and you will ... Look on the Trading Post (see above section on “Setting up Your New Home”)--- ... previously) or are moving to the US from another country. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Hubbell Trading Post - John Lorenzo Hubbell
John Lorenzo Hubbell was born on November 27, 1853 in Pajarito, New Mexico, a small community south of Albuquerque. Mostly self- educated, he became familiar with the life, ways and language of the Navajos while traveling around the Southwest as a young man and while serving as a clerk and Spanish interpreter for the U.S.Military. Joh Lorenzo Hubbell who was known as "Don Lorenzo" to the whites, "Old Mexican" or "Double Glasses" to the Navajos, began trading in the Ganado area in the early 1870s. Two years later he bought out William Leonard and settled at the present location. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
HMS Trading Post
Spacious Coolidge Corner basement 1 bedroom apartment. Apartment features a pullman kitchen, large bedroom, lots of closets (4). Heat and hot water is included with the rent. On-site laundry. Short walk to the MBTA stop at St Paul and Beacon area stores... Great location! features: 1 br, 1 ba apartment located on Parkman St , Brookline, MA 02446 . Rental price $1,100. See photos, maps, similar listings, neighborhood information, and description for this apartment in Brookline, MA on -- Your Source for Boston Apartments. Contact: Date Posted: 7/8/2010 4:24:23 AM Subject: Walk to ...
ACCC takes Google to court on misleading and deceptive advertising
These guys will run an interesting case - they frequently take on the big names in the region such as oil companies, airlines and telco's and multi nationals with the support of legislation behind them or capacity to change legislation - not that this might go that far. It'll be interesting to see how this pans out : Australia's consumer watchdog has launched a world-first court action accusing internet giant Google of misleading web users by misidentifying sponsored links on its search engine. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said it wanted Google to stop publishing search results that ...
When It Comes to Innovation, Is America Becoming a Third World ...
We are grateful to Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief, The Huffington Post, based in Los Angeles, California, for her submission “When It Comes to Innovation, Is America Becoming a Third World Country?” to the Socratic dialogue initiated by The ATCA 5000 and The Philanthropia 1000 networks worldwide. Post her diagnosis, she suggests three ways forward, including universal broadband access, the creation of a green bank and developing immigration policies to attract entrepreneurs to help drive innovation and job creation. We look forward to your participation in this Socratic dialogue. She writes: Dear DK and Friends