Commitment Enhances Alliance and Economic Cooperation Between the United States and Brazil; Promotes Jobs in Both Countries and U.S. Exports in Telecommunications (including 5G), Energy, Infrastructure, Logistics, Mining, and Manufacturing EXIM Chairman Kimberly Reed and Brazil Minister of the Economy Paulo Guedes sign the MOU in a ceremony with (L-R) Ambassador Chapman, Ambassador O’Brien, President Bolsonaro, and Foreign Minister Araújo BRASILIA – Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) President and Chairman Kimberly A. Reed…"EXIM Signs $1 Billion Memorandum of Understanding with Brazil Ministry of Economy in Ceremony with President Bolsonaro of Brazil and U.S. National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien"
Largest U.S. Economic Delegation to Visit Brazil in Decades, Focuses on Advancing U.S.-Brazil Relationship, Brazilians Sign Agreements with United States Trade Representative and U.S. International Development Finance Corporation WASHINGTON – Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) President and Chairman Kimberly A. Reed today joined a U.S. delegation to Brazil led by National Security Advisor Ambassador Robert O’Brien to discuss how the U.S. and Brazil can promote freedom, economic growth, jobs, and prosperity for both…"EXIM Chairman Kimberly Reed, National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien, U.S. Delegation Conclude Successful First Day of Economic Discussions in Brazil"
Worldwide coffee exports by country totaled an estimated US$30.1 billion in 2019, dropping by an overall -0.9% for all coffee shippers over the five-year period starting in 2015. Year over year, the value of globally exported coffee depreciated by -1.9% from 2018 to 2019. From a continental perspective, Europe accounted for the highest dollar value [Read More]"Coffee Exports by Country"
Worldwide sales for all silver exported by country totaled US$16.6 billion in 2019. That dollar value of silver exports fell by an average -10.4% for all exporting countries since 2015 when silver shipments were valued at $23.4 billion. Year over year, globally exported silver dropped by -7.8% from 2018 to 2019. Among continents, suppliers located [Read More]"Silver Exports by Country"
Formerly a British Empire colony and now formally called the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong shipped US$535.7 billion worth of goods around the globe in 2019. That dollar amount reflects a 4.9% gain since 2015 but a -5.9% downtick from 2018 to 2019. Based on the average [Read More]"Hong Kong’s Top 10 Exports"
A partially recognized state in East Asia and officially named the Republic of China, Taiwan shipped US$329.5 billion worth of goods around the globe in 2019. That dollar amount reflects a 17.7% gain since 2015 but a -1.9% dip from 2018 to 2019. Based on the average exchange rate for 2019, the new Taiwan dollar [Read More]"Taiwan’s Top 10 ExportsDaniel Workmanon August 18, 2020 at 10:07 pm"
Global sales from gold exports by country totaled US$295.4 billion in 2019. Overall, the value of gold exports dropped by an average -4.3% for all exporting countries since 2015 when gold shipments were valued at $308.9 billion. From 2018 to 2019, the value of globally exported gold declined by -3.2%. Among continents, European countries sold [Read More]"Gold Exports by Country"
Nicknamed the Great White North, Canada exported a total US$446.5 billion worth of products around the globe in 2019. That dollar amount reflects a 9.2% increase since 2015 but a -0.9% dip from 2018 to 2019. Based on the average exchange rate for 2019, the Canadian dollar has depreciated by -3.8% against the US dollar [Read More]"Canada’s Top 10 Exports"
All Core Investment Companies (CICs) To address the complexity in group structures and existence of multiple CICs within a group, it has been decided that the number of layers of CICs within a Group (including the parent CIC) shall be restricted to two, irrespective of the extent of direct or indirect holding/ control exercised by a CIC in the other CIC."Review of Guidelines for Core Investment Companies"
McDonald’s Canada will return to sourcing 100 per cent Canadian beef in September 2020, ending the temporary sourcing adjustments announced in late April due to industry constraints. Since that time, McDonald’s Canada has been sourcing as much Canadian beef as possible, maintaining over 80 per cent of supply from Canadian sources on average and supplementing with imported beef from pre-approved McDonald’s suppliers. McDonald’s Canada is also continuing its beef sustainability journey by o… Read More"McDonald’s Canada Will Return to Sourcing 100 Per Cent Canadian Beef"