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Net exports to China, Europe neglected US growth factor

A substantial reduction of that deficit through increasing U.S. exports, and import substitution via incoming direct investments in local production, would provide considerable support to American economic growth. Trade with China is the most prominent example of such a possibility. Systematic deficits on China trades is America’s increasingly important — …

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France fears damage to India ties after Hollande fans controversy over Rafale dealDefenceTalk.com

France Rafale Fighter Jet PARIS: The French government said on Sunday it feared damage to its relations with India after former president Francois Hollande’s claims on the Rafale jet deal stirred a controversy. Hollande, who left office in May last year, said on Friday that French jet manufacturer Dassault Aviation …

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South Korea to Buy P-8A Aircraft and Associated SupportDefenceTalk.com

The U.S. Navy accepted its 50th P-8A Poseidon (P-8A) aircraft at the Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, Florida today. The Navy’s Poseidon is replacing the legacy P-3 Orion and will improve an operator’s ability to efficiently conduct anti-submarine warfare; anti-surface warfare; and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. The P-8A program …

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Rheinmetall Sells Australia Over A Thousand More TrucksDefenceTalk.com

Rheinmetall has won another major order in Australia. The Duesseldorf, Germany-based tech enterprise has been selected to supply the Australian Defence Force with more than a thousand additional military trucks and modules. Just signed, the contract is worth €430 million. The Commonwealth of Australia has thus acted on a procurement …

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Pentagon official cautions India over buying Russian armsDefenceTalk.com

A top Pentagon official cautioned India on Wednesday that there are no guarantees for a special waiver from US sanctions if it buys new weapons platforms from Russia. Washington is alarmed at the prospect of India, an increasingly important US military ally and the world’s top defense importer, buying new …

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Texas Gulf Coast exports more oil than it imports for the first time

Texas has been flexing its global oil muscles. For the first time, the Lone Star state’s biggest port district recently exported more crude oil than it imported, according to the Energy Department. It’s a big achievement that highlights a surge in US oil exports, and that shows how the shale …

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Iran says no OPEC member can take over its share of oil exports By Reuters

© Reuters. A gas flare on an oil production platform in the Soroush oil fields is seen alongside an Iranian flag in the Gulf LONDON (Reuters) – Iran told OPEC on Sunday no member country should be allowed to take over another member’s share of oil exports, expressing Tehran’s concern …

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China’s July exports rise more than expected despite US tariffs

China’s exports growth unexpectedly accelerated in July despite fresh U.S. tariffs, though a still-wide trade surplus with the United States looks set to keep Beijing and Washington locked in a bitter dispute that has rattled financial markets. Imports also rose much faster in July driven by still solid domestic demand, …

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France, Britain, US put UN hold on Chinese arms deliveries to Central African RepublicDefenceTalk.com

France, Britain and the United States have put a hold on a request from the Central African Republic (CAR) for UN Security Council approval of Chinese weapons deliveries for its national forces. The defence minister of Central African Republic asked a UN sanctions committee on June 5 to grant an …

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