Category Archives: GlobalSupplyChain

Retinal Prosthesis – What do you think the future will look like?

Where is science going to take us in the next 50 years? How Is Argus™ II Designed To Produce Sight?. Advertisements

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Anadarko considers Algeria assets seizure –

Anadarko Petroleum has considered seizing the foreign assets of Sonatrach to enforce judgment if the US group wins a $3bn claim against its Algerian partner over the country’s windfall tax on oil. The North African country introduced a tax on … Continue reading

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World factory input costs rising sharply

Rebound in the EU led by Germany appears to have pushed inflation above forecasts. Uncertainty amid the unrest in the Arab world is driving oil prices up, however impacts may be largely speculative and unsustainable. Growth is slowing marginally in … Continue reading

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BRICs and beyond: Egypt crisis sparks food supply jitters in Europe

The current standoff between the Egyptian street and President Murbarak’s regime is affecting its trading partners, especially its largest, Italy.

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An Awful New Industry Talking Point

An interesting article from Michael Levi of the Council on Foreign Relations about how industry spin is hindering the necessary dialog on energy security.

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