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Apparel in Turkey Global insight and local knowledge With 40 years’ experience of developed and emerging markets, Euromonitor International’s research method is built on a unique combination of specialist industry knowledge and in-country research expertise. This approach is what enables us to achieve our goal of building a market consensus view of size, shape and trends across the full distribution universe of each category.

First Solar Owns a Gold, Silver and Tellurium Mine? First Solar (Nasdaq:FSLR) is by far the leading producer of cadmium telluride (CdTe) solar panels (and the leading producer of thin-film solar panels, for that matter). The firm is the largest solar company by market capitalization at $10.37 billion. First Solar plans on a capacity expansion to 2.9 gigawatts by 2012. That's a lot of solar panels, a lot of CdTe photovoltaic materials, and a lot of CdTe constituent materials -- cadmium and tellurium.

DG Taxation and Customs Union European Commission Taxation and Customs Union Accessibility tools Go to content EACI - Eco-innovation What is it about? Eco-innovation is about changing consumption and production patterns and market uptake of technologies, products and services to reduce our impact on the environment. Business and innovation come together to create sustainable solutions that make better use of precious resources, reduce the negative side-effects of our economy on the environment and create economic benefits and competitive advantage. But it is not just the environment that stands to gain from eco-innovation. The world market for environmental products and services is growing every year and new markets are there to be exploited. Want to know more?

ITT_2009 Halit Narin, President of the International Textile Manufacturer?s Association and chairman of the board of the Turkish Textile Employers Association, The textile and ready-made clothing sector is one of Turkey’s locomotive industries. Of the approximately 43,000 companies that are operating in the sector, 25% of them are active exporters. Of Turkey’s 500 largest manufacturing establishments, 20% of them are active in the textile and ready-made clothing sector. It is estimated that total investments made in Turkey’s textile and ready-made clothing sector have surpassed $150 billion. Rare Earths' Unstoppable Demand: Jeb Handwerger Not long after the New Year dawned, Gold Stock Trades Editor Jeb Handwerger noted certain rare earths emerging from their 2011 slumber to produce impressive gains. It's not yet March, but the good news keeps coming. Despite dire predictions that demand is drying up, Handwerger tells The Critical Metals Report in this exclusive interview that the world remains at risk of supply shortfalls. It's not strictly a rare earths story, either. Read on to see what he has to say about the nascent niobium space.

DG Environment Additional tools The Directorate-General for the Environment is one of the more than 40 Directorates-General and services that make up the European Commission. Commonly referred to as DG Environment, the objective of the Directorate-General is to protect, preserve and improve the environment for present and future generations. To achieve this it proposes policies that ensure a high level of environmental protection in the European Union and that preserve the quality of life of EU citizens.

Funding areas - Transport - Marco Polo Latest news 08/01/2014 : On 01/01/2014 the management of the programme has been transfered to INEA More 11/12/2013 : Call 2013: Applicants will be informed on the results in the first weeks of 2014 Don't Miss Marco Polo success storiesMore Five types of projects which shift freight from Europe's congested roads onto rail, short-sea shipping routes and inland waterways, or which avoid road transport, are eligible for Marco Polo grants. Spotlight on...Turkey's apparel industry The traffic in Istanbul is notoriously congested, and the Turkish fashion industry also finds itself approaching an important set of crossroads. Joe Ayling reports from the Istanbul Fashion Apparel Conference 2011. Turkey has built up formidable clothing and textile export growth thanks to its proximity to both Europe and Asia, and is often referred to as the place where East meets West. In addition, a recent retail boom has driven the country into being named alongside Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt and South Africa as one of the CIVETS group of emerging markets. At Istanbul Fashion Apparel Conference, industry leaders discuss how Turkey's fashion manufacturing and retail sectors will stand by side, whilst continuing to boost exports.