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At 15:15 on Tuesday, 29 April, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos will address the 1st annual meeting of Ambassadors accredited to Greece, The Ambassadors Circle , Re-launching the National Product of Greece , at the Athens Hilton.
The decisions included exemption of national product from rent and shelving fees, as well as appointment of financial and administrative supervisors at coops to avoid delay in settling payments due on coops.
Summary: The Made in UAE exhibition reflects booming national industries and will give a shot in the arm to the industrial sector through promoting and marketing national products to keep pace with the comprehensive boom supported by the wise leadership, according to Mohammed Thani Al Rumaithi, president of the Federation of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry, or FCCI, and chairman of the board of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, or ADCCI.
The thirty-fourth issue of this report contains national economics statistics for over 200 countries, including estimates of the gross national product and per capital gross domestic product (in US dollars) by major area, region and country, gross domestic product by type of expenditure and by kind of economic activity, growth rates of main national accounting aggregates at constant prices of 1990, and implicit price deflators of gross national product.
March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to present their consumer products to QVC at the e-commerce leader's National Product Search Discovery Tour.
4 per cent in Gross National Product terms in the three months to September, and by 1.
The Invensys Foxboro Measurement and Instrumentation Division of Invensys, Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA, has received four national product innovation awards for two products introduced late in 2002.
Analysis showed that higher gross national product was associated with lower diarrheal disease rates among all the nations studied, regardless of rainfall.