• Imports, Exports, and Exchange Rates: Crash Course Economics #15

    What is a trade deficit? Well, it all has to do with imports and exports and, well, trade. This week Jacob and Adriene walk you through the basics of imports, exports, and exchange. So, you remember the specialization and trade thing, right? So, that leads to imports and exports. Economically, in the aggregate, this is usually a good thing. Globalization and free trade do tend to increase overall wealth. But not everybody wins. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, S...

    published: 20 Nov 2015
  • Danish International - A commodities-trading & Import-Export company in Pakistan

    Shayan Mansoori Director Marketing Danish International Danish International is a commodities-trading & Import-Export company with in-depth knowledge of local commerce and strong ties within the Pakistan government trading organizations and Private sector companies. Danish International specializes in trading & imports of various items with main strength being in Conveyor Belts, Textile Testing Machinery, Condensate Room, various type of pumps, Valves all type and MS Seamless Pipe and all kind of Plastic Pipes. They are partners with international companies and are providing strategic alliance and services of excellence in areas of local representation within Pakistan for international/local tenders of various commodities and other imports. The 23rd HVACR Int‛l Expo & Conference is sch...

    published: 05 Mar 2016
  • Importing into the UK: Customs tips

    http://www.dhlguide.co.uk With information on requirements around invoices, commodity codes, licences and other import documentation, our Customs experts share advice on what importers need to bear in mind to successfully bring goods into the UK. Need more information about Customs requirements for specific destinations? Use DHL's handy interactive map to find out more http://dhlguide.co.uk/interactive-map/ Video Transcript Importing to the UK transcript Simon: I'm Simon Roe Rebecca: And I'm Rebecca Cluer Simon: And we offer Customs Support for DHL Express Customers. Rebecca: Importing into the UK, if your goods are under the value of £15 -- unless they're excisable such as alcohol or alcohol, they will be exempt from any VAT and duty. If the value is between £15 and £135, then ...

    published: 01 Jul 2014
  • VAT upon importation

    Want to know more? Contact Maco: questions@maco.nl www.macocustoms.com

    published: 08 May 2014
  • Gold Import will Increase by 7% - Commodity Experts Opinion - Thanthi TV

    Gold Import will Increase by 7% due to increase in Demand - Commodity Experts Opinion - Thanthi TV Catch us LIVE @ http://www.thanthitv.com/ Follow us on - Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ThanthiTV Follow us on - Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thanthitv

    published: 23 Sep 2014
  • Soy source of biggest weekly commodity rise

    http://goo.gl/PXMYGC axo Bank's Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen has his weekly update on the markets: The DJ-UBS Commodity index is showing signs of bottoming out following three weeks of selling which was led by a broad-based round of profit taking across the agriculture sector. Once again this sector saw negative performance this past week not least driven by a sharp correction in coffee and sugar and continued weakness in corn and wheat. The best performing sector for a second week is the industrial metal sector with aluminium and copper receiving a boost from improved Chinese data and signs that US housing and employment data also continue to improve. Nickel meanwhile was higher following the recent bout of long liquidation as supply concerns related to Indonesia and a the con...

    published: 23 May 2014
  • UK Import Duty - Commodity codes

    Http://logisticsblog.info This is a follow up video for the UK Import Duty video. Here I show you how to find out you commodity code for products you want to Import or export. UK Import duty is calculated as a percentage of the value. The import duty percentage depends on what the product is and the commodity code give you this information. Commodity codes can be found in several ways -- Arm yourself with product details though (be as specific as possible, for metal products give the percentage make up, ie 80% steel/20% iron)

    published: 24 Apr 2011
  • International Commodity Trading

    MiDesire Import & Export Co.Ltd - Registered in Vietnam. Guaranteed 100% Clientele Satisfaction. Contact US: midesire@live.com

    published: 06 Mar 2015
  • China Increases Food Imports

    http://learningenglish.voanews.com | http://youtube.com/voalearningenglish From VOA Learning English, this is the Economics Report. A new report says China's demand for food imports will sharply rise in the next 10 years. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development made the prediction. They say China will increase its imports of grains, oil seeds and meat. Angel Gurria is secretary-general of the OECD. He says China's need for food is growing at a time when world food production is decreasing. Imports to China are expected to grow at a yearly rate of three percent to 1.7 million tons by the year 2022. China's imports of crops used to feed animals, called coarse grains, are expected to double by 2022. And imports of oil...

    published: 02 Jul 2013
  • Government names 3 millers behind maize imports from Mexico

    The government has revealed the millers behind the recent import of 30,000 tonnes of white maize from Mexico. Speaking when he inspected the offloading of the commodity at the Port of Mombasa, Transport PS, Paul Mwangi said the three importers are Kitui Flour Mills, Pembe Flour Mills and Hydery (P) ltd. He says the maize had been imported into South Africa from Mexico last year, and the excess amount which was stored in Durban was then sold to Kenya. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter. Like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya. Follow and Double tap on Instagram: NTV Kenya Join Our Telegram channel: www.telegram.me/NTVNewsRush

    published: 15 May 2017
  • TRAILER COMMODITY 2017

    -Versi Indonesia- Sinopsis Cerita tentang tiga orang yang memperjuangkan singkong sebagai sumber karbohidrat baru pengganti beras. Cerita tentang Achmad Subagio (Jember) yang menemukan Mocaf - tepung dari singkong yang bisa menjadi dasar berbagai bahan pangan dan mampu menggantikan ketergantungan kebutuhan terigu (yang terbuat dari gandum impor). Cerita tentang Ayub (Malang) yang berusaha meyakinkan para petani singkong untuk tidak lagi menjual singkongnya secara langsung dengan harga yang murah. Cerita tentang Hendro (Blitar) yang membuat replika beras dari singkong agar dapat dikonsumsi oleh banyak orang. Mereka berupaya menginspirasi berbagai pihak (Petani, UKM, Pabrik, Konsumen dan Pemerintah) untuk memberikan nilai tambah terhadap singkong sebagai produk yang layak konsumsi secara m...

    published: 16 Jun 2017
  • Quality Group International Corparate Video

    Founded in 2001, by a proactive visionary management, Quality Group of Companies started its business with Quality Foods and Services, specialized in ship chandelling and contract supply of FMCG and commodities. Since then, it has been an eventful decade of growth and prosperity for Quality Group of Companies by integrating and diversifying into varied businesses ranging from FMCG and commodity imports and distribution, engineering and allied services, printing & advertising, healthcare, corporate training & management services spread across GCC and Asian countries. Sensing the socio-economic advancement and the subsisting developments in The State of Qatar, in 2010, Quality Group forayed into the business of large format retail outlets in Qatar. The retail arm of Quality Group of Compani...

    published: 21 Mar 2016
  • China’s Output Driving Commodity Prices

    Chinese demand has long been the driving force in many global commodity markets. Now, expectations of falling production of goods from aluminium to coal are moving prices and getting more attention from investors. For example, last year, the world’s No 2 economy up-ended the global coal market by restricting the working days of the country’s producers to 276 from 330. The decision triggered a 25 per cent jump in China’s imports and a surge in global coal prices. Given China’s out-sized role as a producer, such volatility could spread to other commodities. The country ranks among the top three producers of commodities ranging from aluminium to zinc.

    published: 15 May 2017
  • Classifying Your Commodity

    What is a Harmonized Code? How to find a Schedule B Classification number? This video from US Census bureau will help you understand foreign trade regulations. If you need any assistance for your exports or imports please contact Service Shipping,INC. www.serviceshipping.com or www.serviceshipping.us. or call 1 (847) 427 1775. We will be happy to help.thank you for watching.

    published: 08 Nov 2011
  • Import Export amounts of commodity or product affect forex pair like US and Canada

    Important relationship that will impact your currency cross pairs http://quantlabs.net/blog/2016/09/import-export-amounts-of-commodity-or-product-affect-forex-pair-like-us-and-canada/

    published: 20 Sep 2016
  • Marc Faber: End of the commodities super-cycle?

    Marc Faber, Editor and Publisher of “The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report’” talks about the commodities-super-cycle. In your 2002 book “Tomorrow’s gold” you identified two major investment themes: emerging markets along with commodities. That was a great call. As for commodities, they had a great run up until 2008. Then they crashed sharply along with everything else just to recover strongly into 2011. Since then they have acted weakly, and recently commodities even reached a 13-years low. Is this the end of the commodities-super-cycle, as some have claimed, or is it more like a correction? Well that’s a very good question because obviously the weakness in commodities this time is not due to, like, contraction in liquidity as we had in 2008. 2008 commodities ran up very quickly in the first hal...

    published: 07 Aug 2015
Imports, Exports, and Exchange Rates: Crash Course Economics #15

Imports, Exports, and Exchange Rates: Crash Course Economics #15

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  • Updated: 20 Nov 2015
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What is a trade deficit? Well, it all has to do with imports and exports and, well, trade. This week Jacob and Adriene walk you through the basics of imports, exports, and exchange. So, you remember the specialization and trade thing, right? So, that leads to imports and exports. Economically, in the aggregate, this is usually a good thing. Globalization and free trade do tend to increase overall wealth. But not everybody wins. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, SR Foxley, Elliot Beter, Jacob Ash, Christian, Jan Schmid, Jirat, Christy Huddleston, Daniel Baulig, Chris Peters, Anna-Ester Volozh, Ian Dundore, Caleb Weeks -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Danish International - A commodities-trading & Import-Export company in Pakistan

Danish International - A commodities-trading & Import-Export company in Pakistan

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  • Updated: 05 Mar 2016
  • views: 651
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Shayan Mansoori Director Marketing Danish International Danish International is a commodities-trading & Import-Export company with in-depth knowledge of local commerce and strong ties within the Pakistan government trading organizations and Private sector companies. Danish International specializes in trading & imports of various items with main strength being in Conveyor Belts, Textile Testing Machinery, Condensate Room, various type of pumps, Valves all type and MS Seamless Pipe and all kind of Plastic Pipes. They are partners with international companies and are providing strategic alliance and services of excellence in areas of local representation within Pakistan for international/local tenders of various commodities and other imports. The 23rd HVACR Int‛l Expo & Conference is scheduled from 3rd to 5th March, 2016 at Karachi Expo Centre - Pakistan, being jointly organized by the Pakistan HVACR Society Karachi Chapter and ASHRAE Pakistan Chapter. Exhibitors TV Network is Media Partner of the Event and more videos may be watched at www.exhibitorstv.net
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Importing into the UK: Customs tips

Importing into the UK: Customs tips

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  • Updated: 01 Jul 2014
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http://www.dhlguide.co.uk With information on requirements around invoices, commodity codes, licences and other import documentation, our Customs experts share advice on what importers need to bear in mind to successfully bring goods into the UK. Need more information about Customs requirements for specific destinations? Use DHL's handy interactive map to find out more http://dhlguide.co.uk/interactive-map/ Video Transcript Importing to the UK transcript Simon: I'm Simon Roe Rebecca: And I'm Rebecca Cluer Simon: And we offer Customs Support for DHL Express Customers. Rebecca: Importing into the UK, if your goods are under the value of £15 -- unless they're excisable such as alcohol or alcohol, they will be exempt from any VAT and duty. If the value is between £15 and £135, then the goods will only be subject to 20% VAT. If the goods are over £135, then they will be subject to the 20% VAT and any duty which is dependent on the commodity code for your goods. Customs duty in the UK is calculated on the CIF value. That is the value of the goods and the shipping costs totaled together, which Customs then use to levy the VAT and any applicable duty on. If the VAT and duty on your products exceeds £2,500, DHL will require a Promise to Pay form to be completed. Exemption to this rule is for importers that have their own Deferment Account with Customs. A Deferment Account can be held with UK Customs for direct payment of VAT and duty and can help to reduce the delays of your products upon arrival into the UK. Simon: It's worth considering that you'll have to have an EORI number, or 'eeyori' number. This allows you to trade internationally and is registered with Customs in your community. Rebecca: It is worthwhile investigating whether the origin of your goods attracts either a reduced rate or nil rate of duty. So depending on whether they have a free trade agreement with the UK, or whether there are certain certificates or documents that the shipper can provide that would allow for reduced or nil rate of duty, such as the ATR document that is provided by Turkey. The reason for import can affect the VAT and duty depending on what you're importing the goods for. If the goods are coming in for repair, for example, DHL can help you to understand what Customs regimes are available to either reduce or remove the VAT of duty from the goods when they are imported. When importing into the UK, DHL have a database called the Customer Master File. This is where we can hold importers' information such as the EORI number, Deferment Accounts and Commodity Codes to be used for your product. We can also ensure that you receive Customs documentation when the goods are imported such as the Customs entry and the copies of the Waybill and invoice. This then needs to be held for your own records for Customs purposes. Shipping internationally and understanding customs can be complex, but we are here to help. We have our own team of exports that can offer support and advice with regards to Customs, and you can also turn to your local Chamber of Commerce and the UKTI for support and advice.
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VAT upon importation

VAT upon importation

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Want to know more? Contact Maco: questions@maco.nl www.macocustoms.com
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Gold Import will Increase by 7% - Commodity Experts Opinion - Thanthi TV

Gold Import will Increase by 7% - Commodity Experts Opinion - Thanthi TV

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2014
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Gold Import will Increase by 7% due to increase in Demand - Commodity Experts Opinion - Thanthi TV Catch us LIVE @ http://www.thanthitv.com/ Follow us on - Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ThanthiTV Follow us on - Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thanthitv
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Soy source of biggest weekly commodity rise

Soy source of biggest weekly commodity rise

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  • Updated: 23 May 2014
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http://goo.gl/PXMYGC axo Bank's Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen has his weekly update on the markets: The DJ-UBS Commodity index is showing signs of bottoming out following three weeks of selling which was led by a broad-based round of profit taking across the agriculture sector. Once again this sector saw negative performance this past week not least driven by a sharp correction in coffee and sugar and continued weakness in corn and wheat. The best performing sector for a second week is the industrial metal sector with aluminium and copper receiving a boost from improved Chinese data and signs that US housing and employment data also continue to improve. Nickel meanwhile was higher following the recent bout of long liquidation as supply concerns related to Indonesia and a the continued suspension of production at a Vale mine in New Caledonia lend support China and Russia signed the biggest gas deal to date but prices both in Europe and the US continue to trade on the weak side. In Europe the ICE UK Natural Gas futures touched a six-month low while US inventories rose more than forecast. Following the very cold winter gas stockpiles are still more than 40 percent below the five year average for this time of year and a strong price is needed over the coming months to incentivize producers to keep production levels high and also to encourage power plants to switch from gas to coal. Precious metals continue to bounce between support and resistance. The only good news is that the current range can hardly become much narrower and a break-out is now on the horizon. The big question and the reason why we are stuck is the uncertainty about where to go next and to determine what themes should be the overall driver for this sector at the moment. The platinum group metals (PGM's) of platinum and palladium continue their strong performance as supply concerns related to the mining strike in South Africa and the potential for increased sanctions against Russia lend support. Palladium jumped to a 33-month high while platinum rose to the highest since last September. So while consumers begin to worry about the availability of supply over the coming month's investment holdings in exchange traded funds backed by platinum and palladium have both climbed to a new record. The price of key crops, such as corn and wheat on one side and soybeans on the other went their separate ways with the cost of new crop soybeans future rising strongly. Relentless demand for US soybeans, both from domestic processors and exporters, is leaving current inventories at precarious low levels. This is leaving little room for disappointment during the coming planting season as a record soybean harvest is required to rebuild inventories for the 2014/15 season. As a result of the rally in soybeans the relative price over corn is trading at the most expensive for this time of year in at least ten years this could influence farmers' planting decisions this spring in favour of soybeans. This could ultimately lend support to corn which has struggled to find support during the past couple of weeks, not least due to the fact that hedge funds are still holding an elevated net-long position. Pick of the day: Soybeans: New crop in the process of establishing a new higher range above 12.5 usd/bushel. Resistance at 13 USD/bushel from last June. Precious metals: talk about golds ping pong between support and resistance. 1315 / 1284 needs to be cleared before any pick-up can be seen. Silver stuck in a range between 20 and 19.30. Palladium and platinum the best performers. WTI Crude: third weekly gain. Seasonal pickup in demand under way as US inventories drop the most in four years on a combination of reduced imports and rising refinery demand. Ukraine and Libyan crisis also lending support
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UK Import Duty - Commodity codes

UK Import Duty - Commodity codes

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2011
  • views: 1789
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Http://logisticsblog.info This is a follow up video for the UK Import Duty video. Here I show you how to find out you commodity code for products you want to Import or export. UK Import duty is calculated as a percentage of the value. The import duty percentage depends on what the product is and the commodity code give you this information. Commodity codes can be found in several ways -- Arm yourself with product details though (be as specific as possible, for metal products give the percentage make up, ie 80% steel/20% iron)
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International Commodity Trading

International Commodity Trading

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  • Updated: 06 Mar 2015
  • views: 335
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MiDesire Import & Export Co.Ltd - Registered in Vietnam. Guaranteed 100% Clientele Satisfaction. Contact US: midesire@live.com
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China Increases Food Imports

China Increases Food Imports

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  • Updated: 02 Jul 2013
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http://learningenglish.voanews.com | http://youtube.com/voalearningenglish From VOA Learning English, this is the Economics Report. A new report says China's demand for food imports will sharply rise in the next 10 years. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development made the prediction. They say China will increase its imports of grains, oil seeds and meat. Angel Gurria is secretary-general of the OECD. He says China's need for food is growing at a time when world food production is decreasing. Imports to China are expected to grow at a yearly rate of three percent to 1.7 million tons by the year 2022. China's imports of crops used to feed animals, called coarse grains, are expected to double by 2022. And imports of oil seeds are predicted to rise 41 percent. Angel Gurria says China's economic growth is fueling its hunger for imports. He says the country already has a big effect on world food markets. Jose Graziano Da Silva is the head of the Food and Agriculture Organization. He says reducing the large amount of food that is now wasted would help meet the growing demand for food. The rise in the Chinese demand for food is expected to cause grain and other commodity prices to rise. Businesses are taking new steps because of China's influence on world food trade. Last month, the Chinese meat processing company Shuanghui announced a $7 billion offer for the American pork company Smithfield Foods. China is already the world's biggest importer of milk and soybeans. It is expected to become the world's biggest consumer of pork, passing the European Union within 10 years. The FAO and OECD say that will cause international pork prices to rise. For VOA Learning English, I'm Alex Villarreal.
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Government names 3 millers behind maize imports from Mexico

Government names 3 millers behind maize imports from Mexico

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The government has revealed the millers behind the recent import of 30,000 tonnes of white maize from Mexico. Speaking when he inspected the offloading of the commodity at the Port of Mombasa, Transport PS, Paul Mwangi said the three importers are Kitui Flour Mills, Pembe Flour Mills and Hydery (P) ltd. He says the maize had been imported into South Africa from Mexico last year, and the excess amount which was stored in Durban was then sold to Kenya. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter. Like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya. Follow and Double tap on Instagram: NTV Kenya Join Our Telegram channel: www.telegram.me/NTVNewsRush
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TRAILER COMMODITY 2017

TRAILER COMMODITY 2017

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  • Updated: 16 Jun 2017
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-Versi Indonesia- Sinopsis Cerita tentang tiga orang yang memperjuangkan singkong sebagai sumber karbohidrat baru pengganti beras. Cerita tentang Achmad Subagio (Jember) yang menemukan Mocaf - tepung dari singkong yang bisa menjadi dasar berbagai bahan pangan dan mampu menggantikan ketergantungan kebutuhan terigu (yang terbuat dari gandum impor). Cerita tentang Ayub (Malang) yang berusaha meyakinkan para petani singkong untuk tidak lagi menjual singkongnya secara langsung dengan harga yang murah. Cerita tentang Hendro (Blitar) yang membuat replika beras dari singkong agar dapat dikonsumsi oleh banyak orang. Mereka berupaya menginspirasi berbagai pihak (Petani, UKM, Pabrik, Konsumen dan Pemerintah) untuk memberikan nilai tambah terhadap singkong sebagai produk yang layak konsumsi secara massal demi ketahanan pangan Indonesia. -English Version- Synopsis The story of three people who fight for cassava as a new source of carbohydrates instead of rice. Stories about Achmad Subagio (Jember) who found Mocaf – modified cassava flour which could be the basis of various foodstuffs and able to replace dependency needs flour (made from wheat imports. Stories about Ayub (Malang) that is trying to convince farmers to not sell cassava directly with cheap price. Stories about Hendro (Blitar) who makes replicas of rice from cassava that can be consumed by many people. They sought to inspire various parties (Farmers, SMEs, Factory, Consumer and Government) to provide added value to cassava as a viable product mass consumption for the sake of Indonesia's food security.
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Quality Group International Corparate Video

Quality Group International Corparate Video

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2016
  • views: 540
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Founded in 2001, by a proactive visionary management, Quality Group of Companies started its business with Quality Foods and Services, specialized in ship chandelling and contract supply of FMCG and commodities. Since then, it has been an eventful decade of growth and prosperity for Quality Group of Companies by integrating and diversifying into varied businesses ranging from FMCG and commodity imports and distribution, engineering and allied services, printing & advertising, healthcare, corporate training & management services spread across GCC and Asian countries. Sensing the socio-economic advancement and the subsisting developments in The State of Qatar, in 2010, Quality Group forayed into the business of large format retail outlets in Qatar. The retail arm of Quality Group of Companies is operated under the name - ‘QUALITY RETAIL GROUP. The principles that motivated us to success 13 years ago still remain the same: Passion for what we do and our quest for excellence. Our proven track record in diversied business scenarios always gave us the momentum to expand further. Throughout our history, we believed in partnering with the right entities as we aim to grow together.
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China’s Output Driving Commodity Prices

China’s Output Driving Commodity Prices

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  • Updated: 15 May 2017
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Chinese demand has long been the driving force in many global commodity markets. Now, expectations of falling production of goods from aluminium to coal are moving prices and getting more attention from investors. For example, last year, the world’s No 2 economy up-ended the global coal market by restricting the working days of the country’s producers to 276 from 330. The decision triggered a 25 per cent jump in China’s imports and a surge in global coal prices. Given China’s out-sized role as a producer, such volatility could spread to other commodities. The country ranks among the top three producers of commodities ranging from aluminium to zinc.
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Classifying Your Commodity

Classifying Your Commodity

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  • Updated: 08 Nov 2011
  • views: 110
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What is a Harmonized Code? How to find a Schedule B Classification number? This video from US Census bureau will help you understand foreign trade regulations. If you need any assistance for your exports or imports please contact Service Shipping,INC. www.serviceshipping.com or www.serviceshipping.us. or call 1 (847) 427 1775. We will be happy to help.thank you for watching.
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Import Export amounts of commodity or product affect forex pair like US and Canada

Import Export amounts of commodity or product affect forex pair like US and Canada

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  • Updated: 20 Sep 2016
  • views: 48
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Important relationship that will impact your currency cross pairs http://quantlabs.net/blog/2016/09/import-export-amounts-of-commodity-or-product-affect-forex-pair-like-us-and-canada/
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Marc Faber: End of the commodities super-cycle?

Marc Faber: End of the commodities super-cycle?

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  • Updated: 07 Aug 2015
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Marc Faber, Editor and Publisher of “The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report’” talks about the commodities-super-cycle. In your 2002 book “Tomorrow’s gold” you identified two major investment themes: emerging markets along with commodities. That was a great call. As for commodities, they had a great run up until 2008. Then they crashed sharply along with everything else just to recover strongly into 2011. Since then they have acted weakly, and recently commodities even reached a 13-years low. Is this the end of the commodities-super-cycle, as some have claimed, or is it more like a correction? Well that’s a very good question because obviously the weakness in commodities this time is not due to, like, contraction in liquidity as we had in 2008. 2008 commodities ran up very quickly in the first half until July. The oil prices in 2007, just before they started to cut interest rates in the US were still at 78 dollars a barrel and then by July 2008 they ran up to 147 dollars a barrel. Afterwards they crashed within six months to 32 dollars a barrel and then as you said in 2011-2012, they recovered and were trading around 100 dollars a barrel. Now they have been weak again as well as all other industrial commodities and precious metals. My sense is that this time around, commodity prices are weak because of weakness in the global economy, specifically weakening demand from China, because if you look at the Chinese consumption of industrial commodities, in 1970 China consumed 2% of all industrial commodities, by 1990 it was 5% of global commodity consumption for industrial commodities and by the year 2000 it was 12% and then it went in 2011-2012 to 47%, in other words almost half of all industrial commodities in the world were consumed by China. Therefore a slowdown in the Chinese economy has a huge impact on the demand for industrial commodities and on the wellbeing of the commodity producers, whether that is the commodity producers in Latin America, in Central Asia, Middle East, Australasia, Africa and Russia. And so because of the reduced demand from China, the prices have been very weak and I think that may last for quite some time because the Chinese economy will not go back and grow at 10% per annum any time soon. My view is that at the present time, there is hardly any growth in China. In some sectors there is a contraction and in some sectors, and don’t forget China is a country with 1.3 billion people, so some provinces may still grow and other provinces may contract, as well as some sectors may grow and others may contract. But in general I think the economy is weak. My estimate is that at the very best the Chinese economy is growing at the present time at say 4% per annum and not at 7.8 or 8% as the government claims. We have relatively reliable statistics like auto sales and freight loadings that are down year on year, electricity consumption, exports, imports and so forth. So there has been a remarkable slow down and to answer your question about commodity prices, if the global economy slows down as much as I do believe, because other economists predict an acceleration of global growth, a healing of global growth, my sense is that it is the opposite, that within 6 months to one year we are back into recession and then it will depend on central banks and what they will do. Up until now, they have always printed money and I suppose they will continue to do that. ... within 6 months to one year we are back into recession and then it will depend on central banks and what they will do. Up until now, they have always printed money and I suppose they will continue to do that. Now from a longer term perspective, commodity cycles last 45 to 60 years roughly, from trough to trough or peak to peak. In other words we had a peak in 1980 and then commodity prices were weak throughout the 1980s and 1990s, then in 1999 they started to pick up and went and made a peak for most commodities in 2008 and for the grains 2011-2012. Since then everything has been weak. I could argue that well, maybe this is a major correction in the commodities complex within still an upward wave of commodity prices and that the final peak prices are not yet seen. Interview conducted by Johannes Maierhofer and Peter Matay Full Interview - http://www.marcopolis.net/the-big-picture-with-marc-faber.htm http://www.marcopolis.net/marc-faber-on-commodities-and-commodities-super-cycle.htm http://www.marcopolis.net/
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