AN increase in iron ore and coal exports during the final three months of 2013 is expected to have helped the Australian economy grow at the end of 2012.
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Growing for the second straight month, India's exports rose by 4.25% to $26.26 billion in February.
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Exports from Virginia to more than 210 destinations around the globe continue to grow, according to new data from the state Economic Development Partnership’s international trade office.
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India's software services exports are expected to grow 12-14 percent in 2013-14 (April-March), Nasscom (National Association of Software and Services Companies) said on Tuesday.
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India's gems and jewellery exports are likely to grow by up to 15 percent this fiscal as the US and Japanese markets are expected to bounce back while China will remain stable, GJEPC on Tuesday said.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The pace of growth in the vast services sector accelerated to its fastest pace in a year in February, helped by a pick up in new orders and demand for exports, an industry report showed on Tuesday.
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The Indian IT industry is expected to do marginally better in the next financial year. The industry’s apex body Nasscom on Tuesday forecast that software exports would grow between 12% and 14% to $87 billion in 2013-14.
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Filed under: Investing In a new report, The U.S.-China Business Council reaffirmed China's importance to the U.S. economy. While China's GDP growth slows, dragging U.S. export growth down to 6.5%, the U.S. still shipped $109 billion in exports in 2012. Looking over the past decade, exports to China saw an average annual growth of nearly 17%, totaling $81 billion, or a 294%...
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West Virginia tied North Dakota for forth-largest growth in exports among states last year. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, only eleven states saw their exports grow by double-digit percentages last year. They included New Mexico at 42 ...
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A spokesman for U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Friday that federal review has so far found no evidence mining companies knowingly skirted royalty rules as they've increased coal exports to Asia.Murkowski, an Alaska Republican, and Oregon Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden have raised concerns that as U.S. coal exports grow, taxpayers could lose many millions of dollars annually if...
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