Moldovan wine was promoted at a reception in Japan, with eight importing companies from Japan taking part in the event. The samples from 21 wineries that sent 95 types of quality wine from our country were presented at the embassy’s stand, “The festive reception is a celebration of the unspoiled work of the eight importing companies in Japan, who followed the invitation of the embassy and promoted Moldovan wines to the Japanese public, either during promotional events or in B2B meetings or among friends. At the same time, it is a good opportunity for the producers in our country to present their high quality wines,” said Vasile Bumacov, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Japan. Kenji Yamada, Deputy Foreign Minister for Foreign Affairs, said at the event that the Government of Japan has worked to support the agricultural sector in the Republic of Moldova over the last few years. “I understand that Moldova’s wine was popular among noblemen and European … [Read more...] about The energy and investment sector of Moldova, discussed in the the United States
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© Sputnik / Tybyldy KadyrbekovExpansion of US Sanctions Unlikely to Impact Russia's Sovereign Rating - Moody'sFollowing Trump's January 2017 inauguration, the US president has met with Putin several times on the sidelines of various international events. Putin and Trump met for their first full-fledged summit in Helsinki on July 16 of this year. The two presidents had a one-on-one private conversation followed by an expanded meeting. Putin and Trump discussed the Syrian refugee crisis, the situation in Ukraine and nuclear proliferation, among other issues. Trump faced overwhelming criticism from both Republicans and Democrats for his remarks at a post-summit press conference in which the US president accepted Russian denials that Moscow had meddled in the 2016 presidential election. US authorities have been investigating the allegations about Trump's campaign team potentially colluding … [Read more...] about Trump Claims Russia Seeking Economic Aid From United States
Brexit will have unexpected effects in terms of wealth comparison between the 27 remaining nations of the European union, as Britain account for a large part of total gross domestic product (GDP) of the bloc and is more developed than the EU average. According to first Eurostat statistics regarding the effects of the Brexit, the differences between the EU member states will be smaller after the departure of the UF from the European bloc. In 2017, Romania with a GDP per capita of EUR 9,600 in current prices, was at 31.9 percent of EU average, the second-lowest level after Bulgaria (23.7 percent). But compared with the EU 27 (EU without the UK), Romania is at 32.8 percent of EU average, as Britain was 21 percent above the EU average in terms of GDP/inhabitant last year. The United Kingdom had a total GDP of EUR 2,328 billion in 2017, accounting for 15.2 percent of total EU’s GDP of EUR 15,351 billion, according to Eurostat. In terms of GDP at purchasing parity standard (PPS), … [Read more...] about BR Analysis. Romania to move closer to the EU average in terms of GDP per capita after Brexit
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — American Samoa’s estimated gross domestic product (GDP) decreased by more than 5% in 2017, according to data released more than a week ago by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) of the US Department of Commerce. “Tuna canning industry exports declined significantly,” declared the BEA in a national news release. The decline in GDP was mentioned by Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga, during his special remarks at last Friday’s Workforce Day celebration at the Veteran Memorial Stadium, saying such a decline in the economy, means fewer jobs. According to the BEA, the estimates of GDP for American Samoa show that real GDP — GDP adjusted to remove price changes — decreased 5.3% in 2017 after decreasing 2.7% in 2016. “For comparison, real GDP for the United States — excluding the territories — increased 2.2% in 2017 after increasing 1.6% in 2016,” the federal agency said on Aug. 24 in releasing American … [Read more...] about American Samoa’s GDP plummeted in 2017 — fewer jobs available
Michael B. Sauter, Samuel Stebbins and Evan Comen 24/7 Wall Street Published 12:13 p.m. UTC Aug 27, 2018 By several measures, the national economy is the strongest it has been in decades. The U.S. monthly unemployment rate now sits comfortably below 4%, and we are in the second longest period of GDP growth since World War II. In most states, unemployment has improved in recent years as well, but that is not to say every state economy is equally healthy. Some states are experiencing an economic boom, while others continue to struggle with job losses, poor GDP growth, and poverty. Economic vitality is as much about growth as it is about a state's ability to support its population -- with jobs, education, and economic opportunities. In turn, employed, better-paid, and better-educated residents contribute to economic growth. 24/7 Wall Street reviewed economic growth, poverty, unemployment, job growth, and college attainment rates to compare and rank state economies. The best … [Read more...] about Which state tops list for having the best and worst economies?