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SANTO DOMINGO. - A delegation from 30 Cuban companies in several sectors is in the country to bolster bonds in trade and cultural and scientific cooperation. Cuba business leaders and an  official of the Ministry of Foreign Trade signed diverse agreements with Dominican authorities, aimed at increasing trade between both nations in an expedite manner. Foreign Trade and Investment vice minister Aurelio Mollineda heads the delegation which includes Cuba Chamber of Commerce vice president Odalis Seijo, and which will be in the country until June 13. The Cuban-Dominican business gatherings will held in the Dominican Republic ...
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Perdue criticized for foreign trips | The Augusta Chronicle
ATLANTA --- The bills are still being tallied for two overseas trips Gov. Sonny Perdue took this month, one to Cuba and one to Argentina and Uruguay, but critics already say he used poor judgment. Franklin Reyes/Associated Press Gov. Sonny Perdue (center) makes his way through journalists during a press conference in Havana. Perdue met with officials from Cuba's Chamber of Commerce and its food import company, part of a two-day visit to explore his state's trade and tourism possibilities. He was chastised for his timing and for visiting a communist country. The governor's office defends both trade missions as ... market research, surveys and trends
Who's to Blame? Fidel, Raul or Obama - Havana Times.org
published Thursday alleges that Fidel Castro has taken back the reins of power in Cuba and pushed his brother Raul to a more ceremonial status.  It goes on to state that it is Fidel who opposes internal reforms in Cuba and also rapprochement with the US, while questioning President Raul’s decision-making authority. As to any supposed differences of approach between Fidel and Raul, I’ll leave that for another day, preferring to concentrate here on the Cuba-USA rapprochement issue. Both the Cuban and US governments have seen it in their interests to continue their adverse relationship. For decades Cuban leaders have ranted against ... market research, surveys and trends

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Working Paperstitle> Candace A. Martinez, of Champaign, holds a B.A. degree in Spanish and French, a M.A. degree in E.S.L. and a M.B.A. in International Business from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is pursuing her Ph.D in Strategic Management at Illinois. Ms. Martinez has lived and worked abroad in Mexico, Spain, and France. She is studying globalization, with a focus on how multinational corporations assess political risk when they decide to conduct foreign direct investment. Martinez has researched how multinational firms sustain economic growth despite uncertainty. In Spring 2000 she was awarded a grant ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MRPC Minutes 12-10-09
Chairman Antolak welcomed the following guests to the meeting: Shannon Grus, mayor of Rosebud; John Butz, city administrator of Rolla and Sen. Frank Barnitz. Richard Cavender introduced Sally Dake, a new bookkeeper for MRPC. Sally was born and raised in Rolla. She has a Bachelor Degree in business administration from Drury University. She was previously employed at Oak Meadow Country Club as a bookkeeper and at South Central Board of Realtors as an administrative assistant. Consent Agenda The following consent agenda items were presented for approval: a. Minutes (November 9, 2009) b. State Grant Application c. Contracts • ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Cuba holds flag day
Nearly the size of half a basketball court, and waving from atop a 150 foot tall flagpole, (1/2 a football field) Cuba’s giant flag will help commemorate Flag Day Monday and raise money towards new Christmas ornaments. It won’t quite be Christmas in June, but thoughts of the holiday season are behind Sunday’s fundraiser which will help the Cuba Chamber of Commerce purchase new ornaments with which to decorate the streets at Christmas time according to James Sherrard Chamber coordinator. “We’re holding two events to commemorate Flag Day this year,” he said. The first is when the Buffalo State ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Perdue criticized for foreign trips
ATLANTA --- The bills are still being tallied for two overseas trips Gov. Sonny Perdue took this month, one to Cuba and one to Argentina and Uruguay, but critics already say he used poor judgment. Franklin Reyes/Associated Press Gov. Sonny Perdue (center) makes his way through journalists during a press conference in Havana. Perdue met with officials from Cuba's Chamber of Commerce and its food import company, part of a two-day visit to explore his state's trade and tourism possibilities. He was chastised for his timing and for visiting a communist country. The governor's office defends both trade missions as ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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APRIL - CUBA NEW YORK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE April 2009
Cuba Chamber of Commerce. 41st Annual Awards Dinner. We would like to congratulate all of the businesses and individuals who were ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Statement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Apr 29, 2010 ... U.S. Chamber of Commerce. ON: “U.S.-Cuba Policy”. TO: United States House of Representatives Committee on Ways and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CARD: Cuba: An Emerging Market for Iowa Agriculture?
trial@exportpartnership.com Despite the collapse of communist political societies nearly a decade ago, Cuba remains an interesting mix of economic planning, social welfare, and intellectual achievement. Though urban decay and inadequate infrastructure suggest that Cuba has failed to achieve its utopian dream of social and economic justice, a deeper analysis of the food rationing system shows the country is clearly a master of economic scarcity, of making a little go a long way. Perhaps herein ...
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Why do we have nuclear warhead in the some powerful countries ...
In Myanmar, we lose Great British in 18 century because we do not like to use naval mine to fight against Great British. In Myanmar, we have many talent people who study at the oversea how to make naval mine before Great British invades in Myanmar. One Myanmar prince studies at the oversea how to make naval mine. After he came from oversea and made naval mine experiment. In that time, royal monk teaches king and queen about how to live peaceful live under the studying of Buddha. After royal monk heard very loud explosion in the water, this explosion makes a lot of people to scarce. He tells king to stop using these kinds of ...
Why can't the US drill off it's own coast, but China can use Cuba ...
Also, there aren't enough untapped reserves anywhere on the continent, or the world for that matter, to greatly affect the worldwide supply and demand situation, not with China and India coming online. The oil companies want to drill out everything we've got left so they can get rich off it, that would be the only effect. Also, the Bidness sector keeps telling us this is all about 'speculation' anyway. So if prices are 'unrealistically' high now anyway, there's no reason to expect that drilling out everything we have left is going to change that. And if ...