Trade Wars

NH is ready to attract more foreign investment

Despite the lingering effects of a global pandemic and the Trump administration’s trade wars, foreign markets and foreign business investment remain a vital part of NH’s economy. In fact, the latest report on the globalization of NH prepared by researchers at Plymouth State University (PSU) shows that NH is ready …

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Foreign intrigue: NH is ready to attract more foreign investment | New

Despite the lingering effects of a global pandemic and the Trump administration’s trade wars, foreign markets and foreign business investment remain a vital part of New Hampshire’s economy. In fact, the latest report on the globalization of New Hampshire prepared by researchers at Plymouth State University (PSU) shows that New …

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The US war in Afghanistan is over, but who won?

Conventional armies lose if they don’t win, and guerrillas win if they don’t lose, said Henry Kissinger. Saigon’s fall was six years away at the time, but the legendary statesman has already detected the principle behind multiple guerrilla wars, including the one he helped end. This principle – according to …

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Canadian cherries return to the French market

For the first time in five years, France will allow the return of Canadian cherries to the country. In those five years, France did not allow stone fruits due to the approved use of dimethoate in Canada, regardless of whether Canadian growers avoid using it. However, the French administration said …

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What is going on in the world today

As the nation celebrates its 245th birthday, despite all the turmoil hitting the headlines, all the good in the world today is worth remembering – in large part, at least in part, due to the accomplishments of ‘an American foreign policy that has often been badly flawed and yet, since …

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A new partnership for 30 years?

In April, the news that Iraq was mediation longtime rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran have captivated Middle Eastern observers. Iraq’s new role as a Saudi-Iranian intermediary comes as the Saudis have taken concrete steps in recent years to establish a meaningful relationship with their northern neighbor, such as reopening their …

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Survive or thrive? Data-Driven Quality and Compliance Now Critical to Supply Chains Mission – TechCrunch

The consumer products industry is constantly evolving to meet consumer demands. New product trends can arise suddenly, forcing brands and retailers to pivot quickly. We saw this happen virtually overnight at the start of the pandemic, when consumers around the world had to quickly outfit their home offices with webcams …

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Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died at 88

WASHINGTON – Donald Rumsfeld, the double secretary of defense and former presidential candidate whose reputation as a skillful bureaucrat and visionary of a modern US military was shaken by the long and costly Iraq war, died Tuesday. He was 88 years old. In a statement released Wednesday, Rumsfeld’s family said …

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What you need to know about the wine trade wars

Oscar Wilde once wrote that “life imitates art much more than art imitates life.” In “The Roaring Mouse”, a late 1950s film, the mythical nation of Grand Fenwick’s only export, a special wine, Pinot Grand Fenwick, faces competition from California; and their economy is collapsing. Like others, after World War …

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