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28th-Oct-2007 06:49 pm - Green aims drive outsourcing
11.10.07.
vnunet.com

Technology outsourcing is set to rise if business is landed with the financial burden of compliance with environmental regulations.
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28th-Oct-2007 06:47 pm - WTO farm talks resume this week
12.10.07.
thenews

Negotiations relating to the Doha Round focusing mainly on agriculture export competition are scheduled to commence this week in Geneva amidst little progress in ongoing meetings on non-agricultural market access (NAMA).
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28th-Oct-2007 06:44 pm - The UK economy and globalisation
11.10.07.
markkobayashihillary.computing

Macro-economic policy is not something that usually excites me. Though I write about globalisation I am personally more interested in the dynamics of work flowing across borders and people migrating more easily towards work, and especially in the way that my industry – IT – enables and contributes to this change. This concept of a network society is fascinating and truly exciting, it’s something that our industry is enabling for every other possible industry and something we should be proud of.
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12.10.07.
FIS

This week, the Ministry for Economic Development announced the beginning of the anti-dumping investigation with respect to polyamide technical fibers made in Ukraine, which are used in tire production. The introduction of restrictions will affect primarily 'Chernigov Chemical Fibers' Company owned by Alexander Yaroslavskiy, which accounts for 60% of PA fiber exports. Experts do not exclude that the company may drop the plans of the IPO to be conducted in 2008.Read more...Collapse )
28th-Oct-2007 06:39 pm - Globalisation fear for skilled work
16.10.07.
The Guardian

Government action will be needed to minimise the adverse effects of globalisation as competitive pressures start to affect high-skilled as well as low-skilled UK workers, a committee of MPs said today.
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16.10.07.
itbusinessedge

Financial results for Indian outsourcing firms in the latest quarter are decidedly mixed, with the companies reporting financial gains but lowering future guidance in the face of continued problems with the rupee’s strength against the dollar, a softening U.S. market and difficulties finding enough employees.
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28th-Oct-2007 06:34 pm - Protectionism is not helping: Roodt
28.10.07.
The Times

Chief economist from the Efficient Group, Dawie Roodt, said that the government should stop trying to protect unproductive sectors as it wasn’t helping.
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16.10.07.
pressherald.mainetoday

U.S. Reps. Tom Allen and Mike Michaud, and maybe Sen. Susan Collins, according to the article "Trade agreement with Peru latest issue in Senate race" (Oct. 8), are against an economic truth that has been known for centuries:
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18th-Oct-2007 09:41 pm - Anti-dumping duties on steel extended
11.10.07.
The Baltimore Sun

In a decision that will cheer domestic steel producers but disappoint U.S. manufacturers that buy steel to make their products, the U.S. International Trade Commission voted yesterday to extend anti-dumping duties on hot-rolled steel imported from China and five other countries.
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18th-Oct-2007 09:39 pm - Applying VAT on international trade
15.10.07.
business-standard

International trade in services has expanded rapidly as a result of globalisation, aided significantly by the revolution in communication technology. This expansion has coincided with the global spread of Value Added Tax (VAT), with some 140 countries now using such a tax as their primary or only consumption tax. VAT systems are designed to tax final consumption and therefore the intent is to tax consumers who actually consume goods and services.
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