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- The Middle East meets the middle Caribbean. Garza, Daniel R. // Caribbean Business;2/24/2000, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p22
Reports on Israeli businessmen's search for opportunities in Puerto Rico. Distributor Gad Propper's reactions to the island's business conditions; Value of 1999 imports and exports between Israel and Puerto Rico; Venture capital's role in developing Israel's high technology industries.
- A voyage to imperial China. Knight, John // Contemporary Review;Mar1995, Vol. 266 Issue 1550, p148
Recalls the stint of second Lord Amherst II as ambassador to China in 1816. British trade with China in the middle of the 18th century; Experiences of negotiating with imperial China.
- Taiwan's high-tech industries shaken not stirred by quake. Saegusa, Asako // Nature;9/30/1999, Vol. 401 Issue 6752, p416
Focuses on Taiwan's high-tech industry in light of the September 1999 earthquake. Damage to the semiconductor companies; Comments by officials at the Hsinchu Science Park; Concern in Japan, which imports semiconductors and liquid-crystal devices from Taiwan; Impact on research; Study of the...
- Barton's Audience in Istanbul. Collins, Lansing // History Today;Apr75, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p262
Features Edward Barton of Yorkshire, an employee of Levant Company who was sent to the Sultan of Turkey to increase British trade in Western commerce in sixteenth century. Accusations of Venetian and French ambassadors against Barton; Description of the presentation of the company's gifts to...
- UK signs Israeli high tech deal. // Professional Engineering;05/26/99, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p4
Reports on the bilateral agreement between Israel and Great Britain to encourage economic and commercial collaboration. Strength of both countries in high-technology; Funding of the research and development under Britech Foundation.
- US grants Hong Kong COCOM-member treatment. P.B. // China Business Review;Jan/Feb92, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p4
Reports on the United States' conferring of COCOM-member benefits to Hong Kong which will enable the territory to import high technology items beyond 1997.
- Lost hegemony? Milner, Helen; Snyder, Jack // International Organization;Autumn88, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p749
This article comments on an article about the persistent myth of lost hegemony for the U.S. Though not necessarily incorrect, the argument hinges on a crucial table in the January 1985 issue of Business Week, which the author misinterpreted. The table shows that the percentages of total output...
- Tech Lobbyists Eye China's Potential. Brown, Doug // Inter@ctive Week;04/24/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p91
Discusses the efforts of lobbyists of the high technology industry to ensure that the United States Congress grants permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) status to China. Focus of the American Electronics Association; Concerns expressed by unions on the granting of PNTR to China; Benefits of...
- HI-TECH WARFARE. Reich, Robert B. // New Republic;11/1/82, Vol. 187 Issue 18, p17
Focuses on the high technology competition between the U.S. and Japan. Impact of America's ban on exports of high technologies to the Soviets; Reaction of western European countries in wake of the sanctions; Importance of gas pipeline for Western European countries; Impact of Europe's defiance...