likewise, while mining except coal produces decent revenue, it is a limited resource. while it did not last long, i was playing in the colonial era where i acquired a contract to import gold at around $1700 per 1000 and another to export gold around $3700 per 1000. unfortunately it didn't work out as i had hoped, as the ships i believe went
mexico has a free market economy that recently entered the trillion dollar class. it contains a mixture of modern and outmoded industry and agriculture, increasingly dominated by the private sector.
higher oil prices boosted imports of goods and services 1 percent to a record $97 billion in april while exports rose 1.2 percent to $78 billion, the commerce department said thursday. the trade
without a doubt the money would be in electronics, selling tvs. you can recycle to make alloys and plastics for your factories or you can even import alloys/plastics and still make a great profit selling your product. another benefit is that you can plot these buildings anywhere you want. if you go the drilling/mining route youre limited to
mining gold should be one of your first priorities. you'll need it to pay for the copper you'll need to import. don't overlook beer, though. exports of that can be just as lucrative. take advantage of the road system. with a little adjustment and carefully placed housing and roadblocks, you'll be in a position to harvest every resource the city has to offer. you start out with high
just connect and run mobiledit on your pc.we spent years developing a set of products with the ability to manage thousands of models from all manufacturers. this extensive project and unique know
there have been at least 2 outbreaks of food borne illness in the u.s. from fruit imported from mexico, cantaloupes and green onions. if i remember correctly, both of these were as a result of residue from soil contamination. in the cantaloupe case the melons had not been washed first because they were going to be peeled and served. the rind
i guess this is my night for asking questions as i have another one. i see warnings that tourists visiting mexico should be cautious about eating fresh fruit, always peeling it and so on, and in fact i've had several friends come back from mexico with dystentery and hepatatis.
back a few decades, when molson was the 2 import brand in the us, they exported 2 ales along with the 'canadian' brand beer - golden ale and export ale. at some point, the golden blue and white label morphed into a lager and the red labeled export ale came to be called 'molson ex'. both still exists in canada but neither are on the list of
export earnings from agriculture and mining have fallen sharply, while the import bill has risen, driven by higher energy prices. gdp purchasing power parity : $3.002 billion 2005 est.