Middle East

Algeria Trade Surplus Rose to 10.3 Billion Dollars in Five Months

Algeria has achieved a trade surplus of 10.39 billion dollars between January and May 2011, against 8.2 billion dollars during the same period in 2010, customs announced Sunday.

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Latin America

Venezuela Threatens to Cut Massacre Oil Exports to Us

On Sunday, Hugo Chavez, big wheel of Venezuela, threatened Condoleezza Rice.

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Asia

Japan Tsunami Impact, Export Decrease Must be Anticipated

The government should immediately conduct anticipation concerning the impact of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan to the national economy. The process of export-import and domestic industrial activities inevitably affected by the collapse of Japan’s economy today.

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Opinions

America Exports Killing

America has lots its economic engines of industry and is losing its technological edge, but still holds the military advantage and is using it.

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Opinions

If I Were Barack Obama, What Would I Do for America?

As president, many tasks have taken my heart to be implemented for the betterment of the America. However, at the moment, I’ll first address the concerns of the Americans by taking certain important tasks that I’m sure will bring America back to its track. Below are some of the things that take my foremost privilege to be held immediately in America.

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