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What are the Export and import product of Qatar?
Imports are rich American and British oil co.'s Exports are overpriced gas and petrolium.
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Petroleum and Natural gas.
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An embargo. It is used to restrict the importation of goods from a certain country, or the exportation of goods to a certain country. Currently, Sudan is under an embargo …by the US, as well as Cuba and China (specifically their trade of arms).
Turkey exports coal, iron ore, copper, chromium, antimony, mercury, gold, barite, borate, celestite (strontium), emery, feldspar, limestone, magnesite, marble, perlite, pu…mice, pyrites (sulfur), and clay among other natural resources. Also because of their rich floral, fauna and rich differentation, foodstuff, and wine are also exported. Turkey Imports steel, aircraft parts, ship parts, and clothing.
some items that Maryland imported were tea and sugar. some items Maryland exported were iron, lumber, fish, and tobacco.
Exports: Petroleum and Liquified Natural Gas Imports: Machines
Alcohol, drugs, and maybe guns.
No country in the world has all the natural resources, climate or geography to produce all the goods and food required by its population. Conversely, many countries have more …than enough of a specific resource or product and can export some of this "surplus" to other countries. For example, many Canadians like to eat mangoes, which can only be cultivated on tropical countries. As Canada is close to the Arctic circle, no mangoes can be cultivated on its soil and the easiest way to get them is to import them. On the other hand, Australia has huge reserves of bauxite, the mineral that once refined results in aluminium. As Australia has more than enough of this mineral to support its own needs, it can export some bauxite to countries that require it and are willing to pay for it.
They import them from their overseas sweatshops, where workers endure brutal conditions and very little pay. See the related links.
•Top 10 Imports (Japan from world) crude oil, textile articles, electronic components, computers, LNG, fishes and shells, audio and visual apparatus, nonferrous metals…, optical instruments, petroleum products.
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bread and ham and bones and cheese