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Kazanlak

architecture, to watch activities done by hand as it was long, long ago and to try some of the rose industry products — rose jam, liqueur, and of course gyulovitsa (rose brandy). Buzludzha National Park Buzludzha National Park rises east of the Shipka pass. It is a very important part of Bulgarian history — here, on July 30, 1868, Hadzhi Dimitar fell in battle. He was at the head of a small group of rebels fighting the numerous Turkish enemy. In 1961 a monument was built


Porto Alegre

-industry products and mainly agricultural produce. "Porto de Porto Alegre - Apresentação". Superintendência de Portos e Hidrovias. Porto Alegre has a metropolitan train system called


Kazakhstan

in construction equipment, tractors, agricultural machinery, and some military items. The breakup of the USSR and the collapse of demand for Kazakhstan's traditional heavy industry products have resulted in a sharp contraction of the economy since 1991, with the steepest annual decline occurring in 1994. In 1995-97 the pace of the government program of economic reform and privatization quickened, resulting in a substantial shifting of assets into the private sector. The December 1996 signing


Venezuela

-hidden-billions-as-reserves-sink.html title Venezuela Ogles Chavez’s Hidden Billions as Reserves Sink last1 Pons first1 Corina last2 Corina first2 Nathan date 9 August 2013 website www.bloomberg.com publisher BLOOMBERG L.P. accessdate 19 October 2013 Manufacturing contributed 17% of GDP in 2006. Venezuela manufactures and exports heavy industry products such as steel, aluminium and cement, with production concentrated around Ciudad Guayana, near the Guri Dam, one of the largest in the world and the provider of about three-quarters of Venezuela's electricity. Other notable manufacturing includes electronics and automobiles, as well as beverages, and foodstuffs. Agriculture in Venezuela accounts for approximately 3% of GDP, 10% of the labor force, and at least a quarter of Venezuela's land area. Venezuela exports rice, corn (Maize), fish, tropical fruit, coffee, beef, and pork. The country is not self-sufficient in most areas of agriculture. In 2012, total food consumption was over 26 million metric tonnes, a 94.8% increase from 2003. Pearson, Tamara (9 January 2013). Venezuelan Government Meets with Private Industries to Combat Food Shortages. ''Venezuelanalysis.com.'' Since the discovery of oil in the early 20th century, Venezuela has been one of the world's leading exporters of oil, and it is a founding member of OPEC. Previously an underdeveloped exporter of agricultural commodities such as coffee and cocoa (cocoa bean), oil quickly came to dominate exports and government revenues. The 1980s oil glut led to an external debt crisis (Latin American debt crisis) and a long-running economic crisis, which saw inflation peak at 100% in 1996 (Economy of Venezuela#1960s - 1990s) and poverty rates rise to 66% in 1995 as (by 1998) per capita GDP fell to the same level as 1963, down a third from its 1978 peak. The 1990s also saw Venezuela experience a major banking crisis in 1994 (Venezuelan banking crisis of 1994). The recovery of oil prices (Price of petroleum) after 2001 boosted the Venezuelan economy and facilitated social spending. In 2003 the government of Hugo Chávez implemented currency controls after capital flight led to a devaluation of the currency. This led to the development of a parallel market of dollars in the subsequent years with the official exchange rate less than a sixth of black market value. The fallout of the 2008 global financial crisis (Financial crisis of 2007–2010) saw a renewed economic downturn. In early 2013, Venezuela devalued its currency due to growing shortages in the country.


Greece

by the A1 (Motorway 1 (Greece)) motorway. In 2003, farmers' took over the road protesting against high prices, resulting them to spill their milk produce on the highway. It lasted for a couple of days and tractors blocked many parts of the road. The Siemens was founded in 1847 in Berlin, Germany building Conglomerates, Electric and Industry products, Healthcare Radioative systems, rolling stock,etc. The Siemens "Viaggio" passenger car models are to all purposes


Berlin

of the first was France's TGV which entered service in 1981. By the year 2000, Western Europe's major cities (London, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Geneva, Berlin, Rome, etc.) were connected by high-speed rail service. The Siemens was founded in 1847 in Berlin, Germany building Conglomerates, Electric and Industry products, Healthcare Radioative systems, rolling stock,etc. The Siemens "Viaggio" passenger car models are to all


Israel

Siemens The Siemens was founded in 1847 in Berlin, Germany building Conglomerates, Electric and Industry products, Healthcare Radioative systems, rolling stock,etc. The Siemens "Viaggio" passenger car models are to all purposes in the European railways: Viaggio Twin: double-deck coaches used on CityNightLine and ÖBB CityShuttle regional trains; Viaggio Classic: Original Siemens passenger cars, similar to Eurofima UIC cars (Eurofima coach), used in Germany


Germany

needed date October 2008 The Siemens was founded in 1847 in Berlin, Germany building Conglomerates, Electric and Industry products, Healthcare Radioative systems, rolling stock,etc. The Siemens "Viaggio" passenger car models are to all purposes in the European railways: Viaggio Twin: double-deck coaches used on CityNightLine and ÖBB CityShuttle regional trains; Viaggio Classic: Original Siemens passenger cars, similar to Eurofima coach Eurofima UIC cars

, used in Germany, Greece, Czech Republic and Austria; Viaggio Light (Siemens Viaggio Light): new low-floor regional passenger coaches now used in Israel and Viaggio Comfort: New luxury articulated coaches used on ÖBB's railjet and Siemens Coach 2000 prototype lounge car. The Siemens was founded in 1847 in Berlin, Germany building Conglomerates, Electric and Industry products, Healthcare Radioative systems, rolling stock,etc. The Siemens


Russia

for Kazakhstan's traditional heavy industry products have resulted in a sharp contraction of the economy since 1991, with the steepest annual decline occurring in 1994. In 1995-97 the pace of the government program of economic reform and privatization quickened, resulting in a substantial shifting of assets into the private sector. The December 1996 signing of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium agreement to build a new pipeline from western Kazakhstan's Tengiz Field to the Black Sea


Soviet Union

Encyclopedia'' The industry of the Soviet Union was usually divided into two major categories. Group A was "heavy industry," which included all goods that serve as an input required for the production (Manufacturing) of some other, final good. Group B was "'''Soviet consumer goods'''" (final goods used for consumption (Consumption (economics))), including foods, clothing and shoes, housing (houses), and such heavy-industry

products as appliances and fuels that are used by individual consumers. From the early days of the Stalin era (History of the Soviet Union (1927-1953)), Group A received top priority in economic planning and allocation. Nominally a liberal, already in 1947 did Dieckmann actively take part in founding Society for Studying the Culture of the Soviet Union (‘’Gesellschaft zum Studium der Kultur der Sowjetunion’’; from 1949: Society for German-Soviet Friendship Gesellschaft für Deutsch


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