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ROCKY ROAD AHEAD FOR GLOBAL MARKETS...

PAUL B. FARRELLArchives | Email alerts

Oct. 18, 2011, 12:01 a.m. EDT

EU bank failures will crash Wall Street — again
Commentary: 8 warnings for Washington and Occupiers





By Paul B. Farrell, MarketWatch

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (MarketWatch) — Worst-case scenario’s closing fast: Occupy Wall Street growing. But no political power or allies yet. Feared yes, attacked by GOP proxy tea party. Soon the Occupation will explode into a new American Revolution.

When? A string of European bank collapses is dead ahead. And like the Arab Spring, they will trigger an economic disaster for American banks.



The big picture for global banks

Andrew Milligan, head of Global Strategy at Standard Life Investments, discusses the implications for banks as European officials try to hammer out a solution to the sovereign debt crisis.

Yes, coming soon says Martin Weiss in his “7 Major Advance Warnings,” which is “bound to have a life-changing impact on nearly all investors in the U.S. and around the globe.” His new Weiss R…

I_Mango_Org (TWITTER ACCOUNT) ENJOYS GLOBAL VIEWERSHIP...

The IMO twitter account numbers are growing as followers passed the 400 milestone this past week.




Twitter statistics reveal that Global followers are heaviest among English speaking nations (USA, UK, AUSTRALIA and CANADA) accounting for roughly 70% of followers. 






The remaining 30% is widespread around the world.
Oddly enough, the numbers are not completely in-line with the IMO BLOG viewership....
follow the IMO at:  I_Mango_Org  on twitter:

American Samoa
0.40%

Australia
2.90%

Bangladesh
0.40%

Brazil
3.20%

Cambodia
0.40%

Canada
1.80%

Chile
1.80%
China
0.40%

Colombia
0.70%

Costa Rica
0.40%

Curacao
0.40%

Denmark
0.70%

Ecuador
0.70%

Egypt
1.10%

Germany
0.70%

Greece
0.70%

Honduras
0.40%

India
2.20%

Indonesia
0.70%

Ireland
0.70%

Italy
1.10%

Jersey
0.40%

Mauritius
0.40%

Mexico
1.40%

Netherlands
1.10%

New Zealand
1.10%

Pakistan
1.10%

Peru
0.70%

Philippines
0.40%

Poland
0.40%

Senegal
0.40%

Slovakia
0.40%

South Africa
0.70%

Spain
0.70%

Thailand
0.40%

Turkey
0.40%

Ukraine
0.40%

United Kingdom
14.40%

United States
52.00%

Venezuela
1.80%





My followers live in the U.S. (52%), the U…

7D: THE LEADER OF VALUE ADDED MANGO PRODUCTS FROM THE PHILIPPINES...

ECUADOR MANGO EXPORTER IS A VERTICALLY INTEGRATED OPERATION...

EXOFRUT, fundada en 1961 dedicada en principio a la actividad agrícola como propietaria de cultivos ubicados en diferentes sectores del Ecuador.


Actualmente, nuestra hacienda principal está ubicada a 30 minutos de Guayaquil y tiene una extensión total de 3.000 Has, en las cuales existen cultivos de frutas tropicales como Mango, Guayaba, Guanabana, Maracuyá, Carambola (Star fruit) y otras.


En 1992, EXOFRUT. inició su actividad agroindustrial con el pedido para la fabricación de equipos para una Planta de Jugos y Concentrados de Frutas Tropicales, que se terminó de instalar en Octubre de 1993. En Diciembre de ese mismo año se inició la producción de jugos y concentrados a través de nuestra marca EXOFRUT.

EXOFRUT es una industria moderna con estándares de tecnología muy avanzados y equipos de fabricación italiana y sueca, construidos especialmente para procesar Maracuyá (Passion Fruit) y otras frutas exóticas tropicales, en forma de jugos y concentrados. Nuestra planta está ubicada a 20 min…

WHO WILL EMERGE THE LEADER IN THE TECHNOLOGY RACE IN 2012 ??? ...

The Great Tech War Of 2012

BY: FARHAD MANJOO
October 19, 2011
Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon battle for the future of the innovation economy.
From left: The late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Larry Page, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. | Photos courtesy of David Paul Morris/Getty Images (Jobs); Justin Sullivan/Getty Images (Zuckerberg); Chip East/Reuters (Page); Mario Tama/Getty Images (Bezos).





Gilbert Wong, the mayor of Cupertino, California, calls his city council to order. "As you know, Cupertino is very famous for Apple Computer, and we're very honored to have Mr. Steve Jobs come here tonight to give a special presentation," the mayor says. 

"Mr. Jobs?" 

And there he is, in his black turtleneck and jeans, shuffling to the podium to the kind of uproarious applause absent from most city council meetings. It is a shock to see him here on ground level, a thin man amid other citizens, rather than on stage at San Francisco's Mo…

PHILIPPINE PROVINCE (IGACOS) IMPOSES QUARANTINE ON MANGO TREE SHIPMENTS IN AN EFFORT TO AVOID DISEASE SPREAD...

DA on Igacos mangoes ban: A sanitary strategy





By Carmelle Marie Harrow

Sunday, October 23, 2011


OFFICIALS of the Department of Agriculture (DA) said the Island Garden City of Samal (Igacos) ban on mangoes is a sanitary strategy and should also be done by different cities and provinces in Davao Region.






"Other provinces should replicate what Samal did, to avoid the spread of any disease in mangoes and other fruit trees like the bananas," said Dr. Oscar O. Parawan, DA Davao Region Director.
Romulo S. Palcon, assistant director for Research and Development and Regulatory Services of DA-Davao Region, said Igacos did the correct thing in banning the entry of mangoes.

"Sanitary strategy nila yan, those are the measures they have to do," Palcon said during Friday's Economic briefing at Apo View Hotel.

He said quarantine services department also have the same function and is doing the same thing.

With the spread of the Fusarium wilt or Panama disease in bananas, it is a tell-ta…