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Iraqi farmers fight against imported goods

BAGHDAD — The Tureibil crossing, or more commonly known as the Karameh border crossing, between Jordan and Iraq reopened in early September in tandem with the opening of another border crossing with Saudi Arabia. This means that more foreign goods are likely to flow into the Iraqi market, which already lacks national products, especially food and agricultural goods. […]

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USDA predicts exports to hit record levels

USDA predicts exports to hit record levels Tom Karst Continuing strong export sales of U.S. fresh fruits and vegetables to Canada and Mexico will help boost 2014-15 horticultural exports to record levels, a new U.S. Department of Agriculture report predicts. The report said the fiscal 2015 (October 2014 to September 2015) export forecast for U.S. horticultural […]

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Port Everglades Foreign Trade Zone

foreign-trade zone no. 25 Port Everglades is at the forefront of efficiency when it comes to distributing foreign and domestic goods. That’s why importers and exporters consider the Port’s Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 25 to be a critical component to their bottom line. FTZ #25 Benefits Business FTZ No. 25 is the first of its […]

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