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CANADIAN COMPANIES EXPLORING FOR RICHES IN EUROPE’S RISING STAR – ALBANIA
  • CANADIAN COMPANIES EXPLORING FOR RICHES IN EUROPE’S RISING STAR – ALBANIA
    Since the end of World War 2, many European countries have become popular places for international investors to sink their capital into large projects with many leading tothe success of long term investment strategies. Countries like Germany, England, France and Switzerland have all had had very successful runs over the course of the last 6 decades of world economic growth. But how about the nations that are considered by European standards to be poorer countries emerging from troubled times in regions of Eastern Europe that in the past 60 years [...]
  • ZIMBABWE BANS EXPORT OF CHROMITE TO BOOST DOMESTIC REFINING

    ZIMBABWE CHROMITE EXPORT BAN,

    18 months ago, Zimbabwe declared that it would soon ban the export of unrefined chromite in efforts to give domestic refineries a boost and ultimately, adding to Zimbabwe’s model to stimulate economic growth. Currently, Zimbabwe and South Africa hold around 90% of the world’s chromite reserves. Up until now, Zimbabwe exported most of its raw materials to China and South Africa where it is refined into a more high-grade substance called Ferrochrome. The refining of chromite into ferrochrome seems to be a profitable business and Zimbabwe’s plan to capitalize on this process by generating domestic revenues for themselves. The material ferrochrome is one of the main ingredients in stainless steel and high grade steel products.

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    Gold Sets New Record Highs as Tensions Expand in the Middle East

    Gold Sets New Record Highs as Tensions Expand in the Middle East

    Kurt Nimmo
    March 1, 2011

    Once again, gold serves as a solid refuge for jittery investors. As the United States and its globalist partners prepare to unleash the fury of NATO and the prowess of the U.S. military on Libya and thus begin a new round of tension in the oil-rich Middle East, gold futures closed at a new record high and silver futures advanced to a three-decade high.

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