compared with AED 86.6 billion in 2010. The main imports during 2011 were machinery and base metals, which accounted for 50.7 per cent of the total value of imports. The United States of America was the main country for imports, from which the Emirate received imports worth AED 13.4 billion. Non-oil exports were valued at AED 11.5 billion, with transport equipment and base metals contributing 61.5 per cent of the total. Canada was the top destination of Abu Dhabi non-oil exports, receiving
* style "text-align:right;" 532,858.0* - style "text-align:left;" Total exports style "text-align:right;" 191,125.2 style "text-align:right;" 214,827.2 style "text-align:right;" 300,702.1* style "text-align:right;" 416,484.0* - style "text-align:left;" Oil, gas and oil products style "text-align:right;" 184,711.7 style "text-align:right;" 196,632.2 style "text-align:right;"
; 278,105.4* style "text-align:right;" 393,439.0* - style "text-align:left;" Non-oil exports style "text-align:right;" 3,186.4 style "text-align:right;" 9,500.8 style "text-align:right;" 11,610.8 style "text-align:right;" 11,478.0 - style "text-align:left;" Re-exports style "text-align:right;" 3,227.1 style "text-align:right;" 8,694.2 style "text-align:right;" 10,985.9 style "
; Due to its isolation from the political turmoil of the capital, Port-au-Prince, it is one of Haiti's major ports, with export trade concentrating on mostly coffee and sugarcane. As the world's largest supplier of vetiver, it exports 250 tons annually of this ingredient of perfume and fragrance manufacturing. Minor exports include bananas and timber. History The island of what was known by the Spanish as Hispaniola was inhabited for thousands of years by indigenous people
stone built building standing in the town. The Great Depression decimated the prices of Haiti's exports, and destroyed the tenuous gains of the previous decade. In December 1929, Marines in Les Cayes killed ten Haitian peasants during a march to protest local economic conditions. This led Herbert Hoover to appoint two commissions, including one headed by a former US governor of the Philippines William Cameron Forbes, which criticized
returned and settled alongside black Haitians (mostly white European men and black Haitian women). Nowadays, this area of the country has become one of the most racially diverse (excluding Port-au-Prince). The Great Depression disastrously affected the prices of Haiti's exports, and destroyed the tenuous gains of the previous decade. In December 1929, Marines in Les Cayes killed ten Haitian peasants during a march to protest local economic conditions. This led
as Jamaica's principal export. Production rose from 5 million stems (32 percent of exports) in 1897 to an average of 20 million stems a year in the 1920s and 1930s, or over half of domestic exports. As with sugar, the presence of American companies, like the well-known United Fruit Company in Jamaica, was a driving force behind renewed agricultural exports. The British also became more interested in Jamaican bananas than in the country's sugar. Expansion of banana production, however
goods include palm oil and cake (palm cake), brewing, textiles, and cement. Motor vehicles (automobile) and bicycles are assembled, and there are also sawmills in the city. Petroleum products, bauxite, and iron are major exports. There are also offshore platforms drilling for oil (Petroleum). The city is also a center for the automotive trade, with European brands being sold from vast open-air parking lots. In the past, Citroën assembled cars
trade, following the disruption of the Ivorian Civil War, beginning in 1999. Abidjan port regains its regional importance African Business, Oct, 2008 by Marcel Gossio. Niger operates a Nigerien Ports Authority station, as well as customs and tax offices in a section of Cotonou's port, so that imports and exports can be directly transported between Gaya (Gaya, Niger) and the port. French Uranium mines
in Arlit, which produce Niger's largest exports by value, travel through this port to France or the world market. Benin Despite the occasional recurrence of a border conflict over Lete Island in the Niger River, Benin and Niger, both former French subjects of French West Africa, relations are close. Niger relies on the port at Cotonou, and to a lesser degree Lomé (Togo), and Port Harcourt (Nigeria), as its main route to overseas trade. Niger
the Indies, and in the mid-1600s it was the location of an early French colonial (French colonial empire) settlement in the Indian Ocean. The region was part of the Merina Kingdom for much of the 1800s and part of the French colony of Madagascar (History of Madagascar#French colonization) from the late-1800s to 1960. Its exports have included human slaves (Slavery) (shipped to Mascarene Islands and the United States in the 1700s), live cattle (exported to Réunion
Dissertation, Rutgers University. Desai, M.A. (2011). The Rosy Periwinkle: Myth, Fact and the Role of Independent Scientific Research. * '''Sisal''': In 1928, the Societe Fonciere du Sud de Madagascar began testing the viability of growing Sisal near Ranopiso. While about 1,000 hectares were planted, by 1935 exports were only 65 tons. In 1932, this company obtained
the Mandrare right bank development, six companies had expanded the area, cultivated to 14,528 hectares and employed 4,502 people. Between 1953 and 1958, in part due to additional fees paid by France, these exports were worth 500 millions CFA. In 1962, there were 7,500 people (men and women) producing sisal and the value of sisal exports was just over 1 billion FMG (a year when 99 ships docked in Fort Dauphin) and while it was just over two billion FMG in 1964, by 1966 the value of exports
, 2008. Thanks to a fertilizer plant in Shiraz, the largest ethylene unit in the world, in Asalouyeh, and the completion of many other special economic zone projects (National Iranian Petrochemical Company#Special economic zone), Iran's exports in petrochemicals reached $5.5 billion in 2007, $9 billion in 2008 and $7.6 billion during the first ten months of the Iranian calendar year (Iranian calendar#Solar Hejri and Gregorian calendars) 2010. http
: previous.presstv.com Detail.aspx?id 77737§ionid 351020102 Iran opens world largest ethylene unit . PressTV, December 7, 2008. Retrieved June 5, 2009. Iran exports $570M of petrochemicals. PressTV, April 26, 2008. Retrieved June 5, 2009. Petrochemical Exports Pass $7 Billion. SHANA, January 31, 2011. Retrieved March 23, 2011. ref>
exports. http: presstv.com detail 232470.html On 8 October 1972, Iran Air placed an order with British Aircraft Corporation for two Concorde supersonic jets, plus one option. One was leased for a few flights from Tehran to Kish Island, but never appeared in Iran Air Livery. These orders were canceled in April 1980, in the wake of the Iranian Revolution, making Iran Air the last airline to cancel its Concorde orders. - KIH OIBK Kish
and into Portuguese exports to its colony of Brazil (Colonial Brazil). Just as harsh in its effects as British competition was the closure of markets by war and the independence of Brazil in 1822, which during 1796–1806 had accounted for three-quarters of all Portuguese commerce, re-exports from Brazil totaling 60–80% of all Portuguese exports; most of this valuable trade was lost. Altogether, using the level of the year 1800 as 100, Portuguese manufactured exports, while never very extensive
with a vertical closure of 300 m which has a roughly sub-meridian axis tilted slightly eastward at the northern end. Total recoverable gas reserve of this field re-estimated by Hydrocarbon Unit is or 35.42 percent of reserves has been recovered. * Hats, bazaars and fairs: 126 (hats and bazaars) and 23 (fairs). Exports Main exports are Paddy
" The port also imports products, equipment, and machinery to support local agricultural production, much of which is exported. It also exports include bananas, mango, pineapple, Persian lemon, papaya, orange, coffee, sugar cane, cocoa, and peppers as well as products based on livestock. Exports out of the port mostly come from the states of Tabasco, Campeche, Chiapas and the south of Veracruz. ref name "influencia"
''Yoqne'am Illit'' and ''Jokneam Illit'' is a city with over 100 high-tech companies and exports in the billions of US dollars annually. It is located in a hilly region of the lower Galilee at the base of the Carmel Mountains and overlooks the Jezreel Valley, from Tel Aviv. Yokneam is known as Israel's "Startup Village (Startup Village, Yokneam)" because its high-tech hub is surrounded by forest
; Recently Yokneam has become part of start up nation, the high tech entrepreneurial part of the Israli economy. Yokneam's proximity to the Technion (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology) and University of Haifa (Haifa University), combined with its location just off Highway 6 (Highway 6 (Israel)) have helped it become a high tech center with annual exports in the billions of US dollars. Yokneam currently has the highest concentration of medical research companies in Israel. History
a three-year period from the Yokneam Illit Local Authority. Yokneam's industrial parks are home to more than 100 high-tech companies with exports in the billions of US dollars annually. Companies specialize in a wide range of technologies, including semicondcutors, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. These include Intel, Panasonic Avionics Corporation, Medtronic, Given Imaging, Naiot Venture Accelerator, Mellanox