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OIL IS THE MOST IMPORTANT COMMODITY IN THE PRESENT TIME

Oil is the most ... ... of the present times. The ... of oil cannot be denied. Oil is the major source of energy. It is a ... for the ... sector, ... industri

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The USA remains the strongest gluten free market in the world, see what online demand is in 2011

Knowledge about the global Gluten Free online market is important to celiac and anyone who eats gluten free food because it lets you know what other people are searching for and buying. It may also give you some confidence in the market reaching a tipping point where retailers and manufacturers become mainstream which will herald a significant price drop.

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Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Global Recession and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

The oncoming global recession is unlikely to adversely affect FDI flows into Eastern Europe.

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Anti-Terrorism Business

Why do ... hate us so much that they are willing, even eager, to die while ... upon us ... strife and ... Many are asking this ... Most answers I hear are related t

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Migration and Brain Drain

Human trafficking and people smuggling are multi-billion dollar industries. At least 50% of the 150 million immigrants the world over are illegal aliens.

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Globally dogs and people searching for dog info are no where near as important as in America.

Dogs are massively popular in America however they are loved in many other countries too. This article explores exactly how popular dogs are online by looking at the types of dog related things people search for and what kinds of monthly volumes these searches attract. While USA remains number one in absolute terms the UK and Australia have a slightly higher dog search per population value, suggesting that these countries are as just in love with dogs as Americans are. Statistics from the world’s largest countries and Europe give an added dimension to what people globally are really looking for in dogs!

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Migration Problems

As the term "global village" becomes a key definition of the modern world most of developed countries open their doors to professional immigrants from developing countries. Consequently, developing countries experience the lack of skilled people that could rise up the economic levels of their home countries.

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Biodiesel and the Kyoto Protocol

I thought I would chat about some aspects affecting the production of biodiesel. The Kyoto Protocol goes by a number of aliases: The Kyoto Treaty, The Kyoto Accord, or The Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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Celiac disease affects 1 in 100 & the GFP MATRIX shows how demand is related to a country’s wealth.

America's gluten free demand is less than Canada and Australia's but greater than Japan's. The Gluten free matrix shows how demand and the luxury value of gluten free food items change dependent on the community's wealth.

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The Internet in the Countries in Transition

Though the ... in ... are far from being an ... lot, there are a few ... common to their Internet ... ... 1. Internet invasion The ... of the Interne

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How Covid-19 Brings Travel Plans To A Halt

The Coronavirus which started in Wuhan, China in December 2019 has created a significant impact on the tourism sector because of the travel restrictions and fall in demand among travellers.

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How Diasporas Can Help the Motherland

Diasporas are assets that can be leveraged by the Motherland.

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Investigative Resources Worldwide

... ... ... ... ... on over 33,000 ... agencies ... the ... majority of these are part time agencies operated by people with good credenti

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The greatest US recession proof industry is the Gluten Free Market - Growing at 37% IN the last year

While the global financial crisis has hit many industries it has hardly made a dent in the Gluten Free market. Over the last five years the American GF market has averaged an e-demand (Google searches) growth of 42%, and even between May 08 and May 09 it has grown by 37% ! While its ‘Celiac Searches / mth’ rating remains below the Australian benchmark, there is no doubt that the American GF market is growing stronger than almost any other market in America!

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