Archive: Trade

Nathan Dabrowski: 'Migrant deaths throughout the Mediterranean region are more common than anyone admits'

Comment: Migrants deaths in the Mediterranean are not just a tragedy – they're a massacre

Hundreds died when migrant boats capsized off the coast of Lampedusa. But the true extent of migrant deaths on the way to Europe goes largely unreported.

Opinion Former Articles

  • IFAW: East Africa a Clearing House for Illegal Ivory

    (London– 15 November 2012) Three record-sized ivory confiscations in just three weeks have put a further dent in East Africa’s growing image as a clearing house for the bloody illegal ivory trade.

  • RSPCA research shows public wants ban on illegal eggs

    Research by the RSPCA has revealed that almost eight out of ten people in England and Wales (78 per cent) want action to stop eggs laid by hens in illegal barren battery cages coming into the UK.

  • Exporting is the key to growth during recession, say BSIA members

    This week marks Export Week in the UK, and security exporters from the British Security Industry Association’s Export Council have revealed how they have fought back against the impact of the recession by expanding into new markets, a trend that’s set to continue in 2013, according to the results of a recent survey.

  • Construction Products Association: Construction Product Sales Bounce Back In Q2

    The Construction Products Association’s latest State of Trade Survey released today indicates that sales of construction products recovered slightly during the second quarter of 2013. This recovery was driven principally by exports and a ‘bounce’ following a Q1 slump which had been exacerbated by poor weather.

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