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US/Louisiana: Livingston Sheriffâ€™s Office getting 2 military-surplus OH-58s
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US think-tank to launch China policy centre
FT.com via Yahoo! News - Oct 08 4:15 PM The Brookings Institution, one of the US's oldest think-tanks, will this week launch a China policy centre in Washington and Beijing.
Trade surplus triples for China (and more...)
From the Wilderness Publications - Oct 05 4:34 AM January 13, 2006 Trade surplus triples for China - by Nerys Avery, Bloomberg News (read this story) US envoy in China as rumours on N.Korea's Kim swirl - by Chris Buckley and Jon Herskovitz (read this story) CHALLENGES 2005-2006: Nuclear Clouds Gather Over Asia - Analysis by Praful Bidwai With comment by Michael C. Ruppert (read this story)
Thai 2007 exports seen growing 15-18 pct-minister
Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Oct 09 2:49 AM BANGKOK, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Thai exports are expected to grow 15-18 percent in 2007, newly appointed Commerce Minister Krirkkrai Jirapaet said on Monday.
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Military surplus are goods, usually matériel, that are sold at public auction when no longer needed by the military. miltary surplus Entrepreneurs often buy these goods and resell them at surplus stores. millitary surplus Military surplus rarely includes weapons or munitions, though they are occasionally found in such stores. Usually the goods sold military syrplus by the military are clothing, equipment, and tools of a generally useful militry surplus nature.
The largest seller of military surplus in the world is military surpluss Liquidity Services, Inc., which operates two subsidiaries, Government Liquidation, LLC -- Government milatary surplus Auctions -- (www.govliquidation.com), ilitary surplus and Liquidity Services Ltd. (www.uksurplus.com), which sell military surplus under contracts with the U.S. Department of Defense and the UK Ministry of Defence respectively.
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