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  • CISFTA – Free Trade Within the Russian Union

    The early 1990s saw drastic changes in global politics, trade, and geography in Europe and parts of Asia. With the dissolution of the Soviet Union, numerous independent states became recognized, and many would form an association of sorts to promote trade and financial support with each other and outside...
    Posted to Global Trade (Weblog) by admin on Thu, Jan 26 2012
    Filed under: trade agreement, Russia, CISFTA
  • Facts About the Natural Gas Industry

    Every time we turn on a washing machine or stove, or check the water heater to make sure the temperature is set, we probably don’t give thought to what powers the things that bring convenience to our lives. Many homeowners may think electricity runs the show, but for many it is natural gas that keeps...
    Posted to Global Trade (Weblog) by admin on Thu, Aug 23 2012
    Filed under: Canada, Russia, Norway, Natural Gas, Qatar, Algeria
  • The Oil and Petroleum Industry

    Gas, petrol, petroleum…no matter how often we curse the price of it we wait in line to buy more. We may calculate exactly where to find the best costs per gallon or liter as we drive around town, and probably assume it all comes from the same place. It is interesting to note, however, that where we get...
    Posted to Global Trade (Weblog) by admin on Fri, Sep 7 2012
    Filed under: Canada, Mexico, Russia, Norway, United Arab Emirates, oil trade, petroleum trade, Saudi Arabia, Iran
  • The Global Aluminum Industry

    It makes sense that aluminum is one of the most common elements in our planet, as aluminum is prevalent in nearly everything we use. We drink from aluminum cans, and use foil to protect and cook foods. We used the finished product for containers, transportation, and medical uses. Every day, people around...
    Posted to Global Trade (Weblog) by admin on Thu, Nov 15 2012
    Filed under: United States, Canada, Global Trade, Australia, Russia, global economy, China, aluminum industry
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