Tags (5) : Asia
12/23/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Asia, Atatürk, Avrasya, Bosphorous, BOT, Deutsche Bank, EIB, Eurasia, Europe, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD, European Investment Bank, Export-Import Bank of Korea, Garanti Bank, Germany, Göztepe, Japan, K-Sure, Kazlıçeşme, Korea, Marmaray, Marmaray rail tunnel, Mizuho Bank, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Sabiha Gökçen, SK, SK Engineering & Construction, Standard Chartered, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Tapi Merkezi, Turkey, Türkiye İş Bankası, United Kingdom, Yapi Kredi, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge
04/18/2013 | Industry / Transport
MOROCCO. In 2012, climatic vagaries caused a fall in small fruit exports. As regards oranges, the decline is more structural. For a number of years now, Morocco has lagged behind Egypt.
11/26/2012 | Services / Finances
MEDITERRANEAN. In spite of the economic crisis and the Arab Spring, the Mediterranean countries are expected to record a growth in their tourism of between 2 and 4% in 2012. French version
1ère Position, Afnor groupe, Asia, Balkans, Borrego, destinations, Digimind, Earthcheck, economic crisis, econostrum.info, Egypt, Emakina, Etienne Pauchant, EU, Europe, France, Italia, Mediterranean, mediterranean travel association, META, Mondeca, ocean, pacific, RevDev Consultants, Sharm El Sheikh, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, UNWTO, world tourism organisation
10/08/2012 | Reflections
02/20/2012 | Reflections
MEDITERRANEAN. The Mediterranean wine market is a reality, and it is not a recent phenomenon. Dating back to Phoenician times, it was one of the first examples of organized trade, and Vinisud owes much of its success to the fact that it continues to flourish.
Asia, Brasil, China, corsica, croatia, customs, europe, export, France, hectolitres, imports, Italy, Jean-Luc Etievent, logistic, Maghreb, mediterranean, mediterranean bassin, mediterranean market, Méditerranée & Co, phoenician times, producers, Spain, tourism, trade, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA, Vinisud, wine, wine producers