Award winning olive oil comes to the U.S. Market. Medagro, Fine Imports USA and the Republic of Tunisia introduce RUSPINA

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

This is good news for a lot of effort on the structure of the export market in Tunisia.

In 2002, the United States signed a trade policies and investment Framework Agreement, a bilateral investment treaty and an agreement to avoid double taxation contained. With the continued support of the U.S. government for foreign investment in the interests of the Tunisian market, and the combined efforts of 100% to win Tunisia 1.5 million campaign three marketing in 2009 raised exports Tunisian olive oil not only 10%, but resulted in a 500% increase in sales.

strong relationship between the United States and Tunisia are characterized by good relationships built, including: U.S. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) of $ 94.3 million in 2008, totaling $ 1.04 billion in 1994, more than 70 U.S. companies. currently in Tunisia from 2008 18.500 jobs created in 2008, U.S. exports were 502.52 million dollars in Tunisia and Tunisian exports to the United States were $ 643,990,000 in 2009, exports and imports between the two countries decreased by 30%, mainly due to oil prices and competition from Eastern Europe on wheat. Ruspina introduce products directly in the United States contribute to these figures and continued positive import / export to establish relations between the U.S. and Tunisia.

increased both the olive oil, the consumption of olive oil in the United States around 40 percent over the last ten years, and although production in the United States has also increased, Most American consumers buy imported oil, according to the press release issued USITC 1. October 2012.

global competitiveness

American oil industry business is subject to U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) will investigate. The U.S. Trade Commission held a public hearing in Washington, DC, December 5, 2012 and 12 to maintain the final report in August 2013 to complete.

We believe that the quality and durability of true Ruspina to provide Americans with a constant quality supply of olive oil. So confident that we have the New York International Competition of Olive Oil in April 2013, where the main panel of international judges olive oil will ever assembled scrutinize the entries from all regions to plan this year to find the best olive oils in the world.

Ruspina competitive market offers consistent quality and taste of the U.S. market.

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Freelance Writing Jobs Website Launches with Writing Jobs for Writers in the U.S.

Dayton, OH (PRWEB) October 06, 2012

Freelance writing jobs are a new way that some writers are earning income entirely online. The expansion of online technologies is allowing some writers to write for companies all over the world from home. A new website has launched to help writers to take advantage of available writing opportunities online. The Online Jobs for Writers website is providing a direct link between writers and companies hiring writers online. More information can be found at this link.

Writing jobs traditionally involved a writer obtaining a job at a company and starting out at the bottom of the writing team. Many famous magazine writers and news correspondents have started their career at the bottom of a writing team. The Internet has changed the way that information is shared electronically and this has created more writing opportunities online.

The Online Jobs for Writers website contains a database of companies around the world that have immediate writing needs. These needs can range from simple blog posts, sales emails, sales letters or on-page website content. A new series of jobs has become available in the past few years that involve social media. The responsibilities of a social media manger can include managing all of the writing content for a company through tweeting or Facebook blog posts.

Freelance writers that have experience writing the types of content that are currently in the Online Jobs for Writers database could find employment opportunities. A recent study has been released that surveyed the salary range of freelance writers writing for companies online. The average writer can earn an estimated $ 25 to $ 45 per hour compared with standard office workers that earn less than $ 12 per hour.

Applicants that sign up for the Online Jobs for Writers website are reviewed with a standard writing test. The results of this test are delivered quickly to allow those that pass the testing portion to access the jobs that are currently available online.

Freelance writers that are interested in pursuing writing jobs at home could benefit from reviewing the opportunities that are now available online through the Online Jobs for Writers website.

About Online Jobs for Writers

The Online Jobs for Writers website is designed to link companies searching for talented writers with freelance writers in the United States. Writing jobs are one of the easiest ways for freelance writers to break into writing for a living. The Online Jobs for Writers website is helping writers to connect with companies that have a direct need for articles, blog posts, journals and social media management online. Writers that sign up to be a writing member of the Online Jobs for Writers website can get instant access to income opportunities as a writer.

TASC Assures Successful Launch of Juno Vehicle for U.S. Army Patriot Defense Test

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White Sands Missile Range, NM (PRWEB) October 2, 2012

TASC provided highly specialized technical services for the successful 13th September Early U.S. Space and Missile Systems Center Juno rocket. The start was in support of the U.S. Army Test Patriot defense system.

TASCs responsibility is to ensure that the pitcher what to do, said John Brennan, Vice President Business Unit TASCs Air Force. The important thing is that the efforts of the entire launch team, especially the hard work of engineers TASC rockets led to further success for our military partners.

mission team provided support

TASC quality assurance target Juno design, integration, testing and deployment. Coordinates TASC engineers and oversaw the renovation of Minuteman II engines for use on Juno vehicle. Other specialist independent validation and verification of the ACS flight software and risk assessments Juno missions of space and missile systems Center (SMC) and Flight Readiness Review of the commander of the SMC. Is now complete with flying, ACS will provide an independent analysis after the flight.

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Arab ICT Officials Roundtable with IJMA3-USA and U.S. Department of State

Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 6, 2012

The U.S. State Department and U.S. IJMA3-host a discussion of telecommunications Arab officials. The roundtable was held at the State Department and included both senior U.S. government officials and members of the United States-Arab delegation IJMA3 ICT controls the U.S., computer problems political freedom and the Internet in the wake of the Arab spring.

Arab ICT delegation was the largest of its kind since the development of the Arab spring of last year, a seismic shift in the region, which highlighted the impact of information technology and (ICT) as a fundamental tool for political freedom and economic development. Discussion between a delegation of this kind, composed of Arab politicians and private sector leaders and policy experts from the United States was a unique opportunity to promote the current momentum in trade, investment policy and public United States and the Arab world.

Arab delegation of government officials and representatives of ICT, the chairmen of regulatory authorities and leaders of industry associations and more executives of private sector telecommunications. HE Mohammed Allawi, Minister of Communications for Iraq, and Mr. Mohammad Tahboub, president of the Information Technology Association of Jordan and representatives of the Jordanian minister of telecommunications, Basem Al-Rousan: To represent their respective governments were. , Regulatory authorities and others were Mr. Salim Al-Ruzaiki, CEO of the Information Technology Authority of Oman, Dr Imad Hoballah, the president of the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority Lebanon, Mr. Majeed Al-Maamori, CEO of the Company for Internet services in Iraq, and Mr. Ali Nahle, Director of Information Technology of the Central Bank of Lebanon. Head of Delegation of Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Tunisia and Yemen, in part.

The roundtable was organized jointly by Ambassador Philip Verveer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and U.S. coordinator for international communications and information policy, and Mr. Nizar Zakka, Chairman and Director General, U.S. and IJMA3 General, The Arab ICT Organization IJMA3 moderate. Representatives of the Government of the United States came from several offices of the State Department and the Federal Communications Commission.

After a message from Ambassador Verveer

, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, Jeffrey D. Feltman, presented the topics for discussion, which focused on the first of the political implications of the Internet for the Arab spring, focusing on Internet freedom and access, infrastructure, Internet security and Internet use for public services such as governance, health and education. The Internet and social networks are important means of galvanizing the public to demand change and governments.


By focusing on advances in ICT, governments, the possibility of bringing civil societies are increasingly providing citizens with more efficient services to take, and an open style of governance, based on transparency and participation, said Assistant Secretary Feltman.

The second theme, the growth of the ICT industry and investment and the factors that focuses on creating a legal and regulatory environment conducive to investment. This promotes favorable conditions for investments by the corporatization of the use of ICT and the privatization of public enterprises, e-commerce and Internet security, e-commerce to protect. Assistant Secretary Feltman emphasized that ICT development is essential for growth in all sectors. It can help increase competitiveness, integrate the region into the global economy, and provide good employment opportunities, particularly for youth. But he added that the regulatory and legal frameworks are essential to the full development potential of ICT. Our government and the U.S. high-tech companies are willing to strengthen an already strong partnership with the region in this sector.


and Mr. Zakka opened the debate on the role of the Internet in the Arab spring. Participants, including Mr. Daniel Baer, ​​Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour, Mr Christopher Painter of contact for matters of cyber State Department, and Mr. Troy Tanner, the International Bureau, Federal Communications Commission, has joined the discussion.

The Round Table was based on the conference themes of freedom online recently in The Hague in December 2011, organized to build an international coalition to strengthen and protect the freedom of the Internet instead. Open to the remarks of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been attending the conference of ministers and senior defenders of Internet freedom around the world. Despite state-level participation, noted that Mr. Zakka IJMA3 the only Arab organization was represented at the negotiations, who missed an opportunity to get involved, of Arab civil society and private actors in a period rapid evolution of Internet technology and politics. .

During the roundtable, the Arab delegation ICT actively with their American counterparts, they use the Internet freedom in an Arab context. Participants from countries, the transitions experienced during the spring spoken Arabic of the new context of online freedom, cyber security and access. Mr. Zakka was speaking at the Arab Internet Manifesto, The Internet Freedom approached with sensitivity and Arabic was signed by most countries represented in the room. All parties agreed that the policy should take account of these sensitivities, while respecting fundamental human rights.

The second theme of economic growth and investment, stressed the importance of legal and regulatory environment, promotion of foreign investment and private sector growth. Mr. Troy Tanner, deputy head of the International Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission, Mr. Christopher Painter, and several members of the delegation to the discussion of how committed to support this growth.

Mr. Zakka

IJMA3-USA, said: “As the region to assess potential longer-term prospects for democracy and global investments, many young Arab entrepreneurs are reaching the United States to research partnerships and business opportunities, which was often difficult to access under previous regimes. “

Mr. Verveer

thanked the Arab government and the private sector for the supply of participants on their knowledge. He noted that the scope for cooperation between the Arab world and the United States on issues related to ICT for individuals, businesses and governments can be found. Regarding the latter, the U.S. is particularly nice to work with Arab governments in the framework of the World Conference of the International Communication, held in Dubai in December.

The roundtable was an opportunity for the U.S. government and the Arab delegates ICT government, regulators and private sector companies to discuss these critical issues. The involvement of senior officials, policy makers and influential perspectives in transition countries after the Arab Spring offered a unique opportunity for open discussion of current issues.

Such dialogue is rare in multilateral actors of so many Arab countries. The presence of Arab ICT delegations in Washington opened the door to these discussions, that may not be taken without substantial coordination IJMA3-United States and the State Department.

IJMA3-USA is a 501 (c) (3) organization in Washington, DC, bringing together the different actors in the pursuit of policies to support the Arab world of ICT and Internet freedom, so strengthen civil society, and growth opportunities and creating new partnerships for ICT companies Arabs. IJMA3-US is connected to the ally if