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Microsoft PowerPoint - Presentation Aug 24 06 Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC PROJECT WEST AFRICA Presented By: Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies (IWTGC) August, 2006 Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Project Overview Infinity was founded to provide broadband communications services to the West African community Founded by African and African American telecommunications veterans who are dedicated to the economic advancement of West African nations Led by a seasoned management team & advisers who have substantial international experience The Project: – Infinity will construct a fiber-optic sub-sea cable communications network to provide inter- and intra-regional bandwidth services, termination services and national and international interconnection services – Infinity will then extend its broadband network locally, through purchases of terrestrial fiber and wireless deployment, to offer retail services in targeted cities Total project costs are estimated to be $800 million Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Market Opportunity Underserved markets – In a region with over 300 million people, there are just over 2.5 million fixed lines Anecdotal Evidence of Demand – cellular communications companies have attracted 15 million voice customers in Nigeria alone Closed wholesale system – an open access system will prompt retail demand Market by Market service offerings – the region is disconnected, a unified service offering will prompt regional economic expansion Broadband – with the precedent success of mobile voice, the next underserved communications market is broadband Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC The Infinity Team Management • Adedoyin Ademilola, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO • Robert D. (...) Waves • Central City PoPs – End to End Service • All Optical Switching • All IP Service Layer Backbone Network cont. • Multiplexing Strategy – All Countries – Direct International Connectivity – Full Intra-Regional Connectivity – Special Communities of Interest The Network Infrastructure Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Deployment of WiFi / WiMax technologies to construct local broadband networks in selected West African cities Ability to serve the small and medium sized business market and the residential market with a full complement of broadband services Infinity has the unique opportunity to be a first mover in the regional market and acquire significant market share for both businesspeople who travel in the region and those with expatriate relatives. Local Area Network Configuration The Local Network The Network Infrastructure Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC The End-User Business • The Cable is the Enabler • An Underserved Market Opportunity • Partnerships, Channel Distribution, and Direct • Multi-national enterprises data networking served through strategic Global Carrier tie-up • Small and medium sized enterprises (“SME”) –significant opportunity for service differentiation • Consumers will be served through multiple existing channels initially • Local as well as Regional Coverage – unique positioning • On-net to on-net services - pricing advantage The Business Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Applications • Broadband access • VoIP • Email • Multi-Media Conferencing • IP Centrex & Outlook Integration • Web Hosting • Remote storage service • Unified Messaging • Presence • Streaming Video – News, Sports • Payments & Top Ups The Business Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC ICT for West Africa • An ICT Initiative for ECOWAS • Supporting Open Access Principles • Bringing all components of ICT under one roof A Holistic ApproachA Holistic Picture • Lacing together Cities of Excellence through Secure and Abundant Communications • Focus can now be on Applications • Facilitate Improved Economic Growth in the Region ICT – Centers of Excellence Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC ECOWAS Center of Excellence ICT – Centers of Excellence Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC ECOWAS Centers of Excellence ICT – Centers of Excellence Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC PROJECT WEST AFRICA Presented By: Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies (IWTGC) 305 Madison Avenue Suite 449 New York, New York 10165 TEL: + 1.212.807.5549 FAX: +1.212.957.1912 e-mail: info@iwtgc.com www.iwtgc.com August, 2006
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Score: 975173.3 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/c...projects/ipwa/presentation.pdf
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ICAO Seminar Remarks at the International Civil Aviation Organization Reception Montreal, Québec – March 22, 2003 Barry MacKinnon Vice President of Marketing and Airline Analysis Bombardier Aerospace Regional Aircraft Bombardier is delighted to welcome you to Montréal and this seminar as well as the ICAO Worldwide air Transport Conference. (...) A liberalized market environment makes it possible for these carriers to respond to these needs. (...) To conclude my remarks, the path that you have embarked upon here is critical to the future of air transport worldwide. I encourage you to look beyond today’s industry challenges to a brighter future where liberalized air travel markets result in greater trade and economic growth plus more choice and convenience for all passengers.
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Score: 954265.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...TConf5/Documents/mackinnon.pdf
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Like the GSM model, the GBSI Initiative calls for a public-private partnership to facilitate the emergence of a worldwide market for satellite broadband services. (...) The dedication of a small fraction of this spectrum in C-, Ku-, and Ka bands, which would be available on a worldwide and interference-free basis for consumer-broadband satellite service, is critical for the development of a global market for this service. (...) TThhee rroollee ooff iinndduussttrryy Global Standard The private sector, the main beneficiary from a business perspective of a global satellite broadband market, should help governments and regulators in promoting a worldwide satellite broadband market.
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Score: 929118.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...04/documents/Toumi-Remarks.pdf
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OUTLOOK ............................................................................................................................................ 11 3 1. THE WORLD MARKET FOR COCOA 1.1. OVERVIEW According to FAO, worldwide imports of cocoa beans, processed cocoa products and products containing cocoa reached 9.3 million tonnes in 2007, up by an average 6 percent annually over the course of the past decade. (...) Latin America is estimated to account for more than 70 percent of worldwide organic cocoa production, compared with its 13 percent share of the conventional cocoa market, which is dominated by African producers. (...) Other leading organic chocolate companies include Organic Commodity Products and Endangered Species Chocolate Company. 2.3. THE MARKET FOR FAIR-TRADE CHOCOLATE 2.3.1. Overview According to FLO (2008), worldwide sales of fair-trade certified cocoa stood at 10 299 tonnes in 2008, up 30 percent year-on-year 31 . 48 percent of all fair-trade cocoa sold worldwide in 2008 was also certified organic.
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Score: 919372.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cs/Market_Organic_FT_Cocoa.pdf
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In Asia the market is also falling , -10% in the first half of 2001. (...) They are also produced for a mass market with completely different marketing channels than those of service robots for professional use. (...) The market introduction is now pushed forward to the first half of 2002.
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Score: 919086.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2001/01stat10e.htm
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THE WORLD MARKET FOR COFFEE 1.1. OVERVIEW Coffee is the single most important tropical commodity traded worldwide, accounting for nearly half of total exports of tropical products. (...) Although coffee is the Fairtrade product with the highest sales volume, the market share of Fairtrade certified coffee is estimated at only 1 percent of worldwide coffee sales 34 . (...) According to the latest figures available, Fairtrade coffee now accounts for 20 percent of the UK coffee market, well above the 7 percent market share registered in France, Europe’s second largest market for fair-trade coffee.
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Score: 914180.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/Market_Organic_FT_Coffee.pdf
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The United Nations Framework Classification for Energy and Mineral Resources (UNFC) is a universally applicable instrument for classification, based on market criteria, of the reserves and resources of energy and mineral commodities. (...) The following events were organized during the period: • Joint UNECE/ESCAP Regional Seminar on Practical Application of UNFC in the Asian and Pacific Region (Bangkok, October 1998) • National Seminar on UNFC Application in Indonesia (Jakarta, December 1998) • Regional Seminar on UNFC Application in Latin America (Porto Alegre, Brazil, November 1999) • Regional Seminar on UNFC Application in the Indian Ocean Rim Region (Agra, India, November 2000) • Two Task Forces on UNFC Application to Solid Fuels and Mineral Commodities Worldwide (Geneva, November 1999 and October 2000) • National Workshop on UNFC Application in the Philippines (Manila, March 2001) As a result of the first phase, the UNFC is now: Formally recognized by all UNECE and ECOSOC member States; Used as the internationally agreed basis for the adaptation of national classification systems; Successfully applied to the classification of 55 different deposits worldwide; Fully implemented in practice on solid fuels and mineral commodities in more than 60 countries; and Recognized by the Mineral Stock Exchange Markets in Australia and South Africa. (...) (ii) The agreement on common criteria for evaluating the different reserves/resources worldwide provides increased confidence in long- term forecasting and encourages cross-border investments in liberalized markets.
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Score: 912624.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._2004/UNECE_weekly_2004-76.pdf
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Tuna | GLOBEFISH - Information and Analysis on World Fish Trade | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Market Reports | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org 中文 english Español About GLOBEFISH Market Reports Trade Information Countries Publications News & Events Prices Meet the Expert Fish Species Bivalves Cephalopods Crab Fishmeal and Fish Oil Groundfish Lobster Pangasius Salmon Seabass and Seabream Shrimp Small Pelagics Tilapia Tuna Special Features Tuna Market Reports Tuna: Frozen skipjack prices hit a seven-year 05-10-2022 Frozen skipjack prices hit a seven-year high in April 2022. (...) Meanwhile, demand for canned tuna weakened in the retail trade worldwide and saw ... Non-canned tuna market revived but weakened for canned and processed tuna 16-12-2021 The global tuna trade in 2021 has been characterised by improved demand for non-canned tuna, falling retail demand of canned tuna and improved sales opportunities in the hotel, restaurant and catering (HORECA) sector, particularly in the western markets. (...) Demand for frozen raw materials also increased from the large production bases in Asia and Europe to meet growing demand. The noncanned tuna market, ... Global demand for non-canned tuna softened 07-01-2021 During July to September 2020, tuna catches worldwide remained low to moderate while skipjack prices increased by 15 to 20 percent compared with 2019.
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Score: 911744.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...befish/market-reports/tuna/en/
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The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Main topics content Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive Print Send About the series The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets presents commodity market issues in an objective and accessible way to policy-makers, commodity market observers and stakeholders interested in agricultural commodity market developments and their impacts on countries at different levels of economic development. (...) When comparative advantage plays out in the global market, trade benefits all countries. Lowering tariff barriers and reducing trade costs can promote trade and economic growth. (...) The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 2004 2006 2009 2015 2018 2020 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2004 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2006 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2009 High food prices and the food crisis – experiences and lessons learned The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2015–16 Trade and food security: achieving a better balance between national priorities and the collective good The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2018 Agricultural trade, climate change and food security The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2020 Agricultural Markets and Sustainable Development: Global value chains, smallholder farmers and digital innovations + - Full flagship collection Links Press release Markets and Trade Division Committee on Commodity Problems FAO Trade World Trade Organization (WTO) Contact George Rapsomanikis share mail live_help x FOLLOW US ON FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide Offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our App © FAO 2022
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Score: 909731.25 - https://www.fao.org/publications/soco/en/
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The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Main topics content Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive Print Send About the series The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets presents commodity market issues in an objective and accessible way to policy-makers, commodity market observers and stakeholders interested in agricultural commodity market developments and their impacts on countries at different levels of economic development. (...) When comparative advantage plays out in the global market, trade benefits all countries. Lowering tariff barriers and reducing trade costs can promote trade and economic growth. (...) The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 2004 2006 2009 2015 2018 2020 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2004 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2006 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2009 High food prices and the food crisis – experiences and lessons learned The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2015–16 Trade and food security: achieving a better balance between national priorities and the collective good The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2018 Agricultural trade, climate change and food security The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2020 Agricultural Markets and Sustainable Development: Global value chains, smallholder farmers and digital innovations + - Full flagship collection Links Press release Markets and Trade Division Committee on Commodity Problems FAO Trade World Trade Organization (WTO) Contact George Rapsomanikis share mail live_help x FOLLOW US ON FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide Offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our App © FAO 2022
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Score: 909731.25 - https://www.fao.org/publications/soco/2022/en/
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