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A Chinese company has landed a US$365 mln deal to operate the Port of Darwin for 99 years. In a recent interview with CCTV News, Northern Territory Representative Nathan Barrett said that the lease is not a political but an economic issue. He slammed the Australian media for picking the story only after “powerful people in decision making” have come forward to protest the new deal. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://...
Darwin port, Northern Territory, Australia 2011 Darwin /ˈdɑrwɨn/ is the capital city of the Northern Territory, Australia. Situated on the Timor Sea, Darwin is the largest city in the sparsely populated Northern Territory, with a population of 136,245. It is the smallest and most northerly of the Australian capital cities, and acts as the Top End's regional centre. Darwin was originally a pioneer outpost.
Trade results released today show the Port of Darwin had significant increases in key trade lines and was well positioned to drive economic growth and job opportunities for the Northern Territory. Visit http://newsroom.nt.gov.au/mediaRelease/14635 to find out more.
Alan Jones talks to Peter Jennings, Executive Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), about the 99 year lease of major sections and facilities of the port of Darwin to a Chinese Company, and what implications this may have for the security of Northern Australia. The lease was negotiated by the Northern Territory Government, and 'bypassed' any possible Commonwealth Government involvement in the port, such as the Department of Defence. (This is an extract from the conversation Alan Jones had with Peter Jennings on Oct 22nd, 2015).
China's Landbridge Group has been picked to help turn Australia's ailing port of Darwin into an economic gateway to Asia. Farmers in Australia's Northern Territory say the makeover could transform their export business.
Foreign Investment Review Follows Strong Palmer Campaign Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer says the Federal Government’s review of foreign investment rules was a victory for the Palmer United Party which has campaigned strongly over the threat of foreign ownership since formation. The Palmer United Party has strongly advocated against the sale of Australian assets to Chinese state owned companies, including a campaign launched in January 2015 to stop the potential sale of $50 billion in Queensland and NSW assets to the foreign government. “I am pleased to see that finally Treasurer Scott Morrison is now reviewing laws that allows the sale of strategic assets to foreign companies without federal scrutiny,’’ Mr Palmer, Federal leader of the Palmer United Party, said. “Recent events including b...
The Port of Darwin recently launched a new Australian-built pilot boat, fitted with a complete Simrad electronics suite including Halo™ Pulse Compression radar, NSO evo2 touchscreen multifunction displays, autopilot, sonar, and VHF. Darwin Ports Corporation’s Robert Smith shares his thoughts on the advantages of Halo™ radar, and talks about the smartphone- and tablet-like usability of the modern Simrad interface. http://www.navico-commercial.com
Public lecture held by Prof. John Darwin (M.A., D.Phil) 7 July 2015, University of Konstanz, Room Y311. The lecture sets out to explore the role of port cities beyond Europe in the era of globalization between c.1840 to 1930. They were the hubs and nodes through which much of the global traffic of goods, people, money and ideas had to pass. But how far were they able to propagate liberal, cosmopolitan and modernising values? Using the cases of New Orleans, Izmir and Singapore, the lecture suggests the limits of their influence over their hinterlands and also their vulnerability to change in the regional and global geopolitical regime. Research Group 'Global Processes' http://www.geschichte.uni-konstanz.de/global-processes/home/
Harbor-Port Development Partners and Port of Sydney officials presented to students at the Shannon School of Business at Cape Breton University. This hour long presentation and Q&A was recorded on November 17, 2015 at Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada.
Ports on water is a tricky play style to learn, but once I get the hang of it, it'll be so sick! You can also watch this game here: (link below) http://www.twitch.tv/interjectionvideos/c/4606871&utm_campaign=archive_export&utm_source=interjectionvideos&utm_medium=youtube [G14] (I think)
Final Fantasy XIII was recently released on Steam and the PC, but the reception has been largely negative. While the vote on whether Final Fantasy XIII is a competent RPG is a topic that has split gamers into several camps, the reaction has been fairly one-sided. Complaints about locked resolutions and frame-rates, low-resolution cut-scenes, and a massive hard disk requirement has fans up in arms. Meanwhile, SquareEnix has yet to comment on the poor PC port of one of their most recent Final Fantasy titles, which has come to no surprise to many SquareEnix fans. There have been past issues regarding sound quality with Final Fantasy VIII PC ports which SquareEnix has never rectified. The lack of reaction by SquareEnix regarding the PC port issues has prompted game hackers and fans to release ...
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This is a crazy game. Not a competitive one. A crazy one. I hosted a 4v4 and said to the stream literally anyone regardless of rank is welcome! I think there's a couple of conscripts in the game. This video is what happened. It's so funny. [TEAMS BELOW] [My Team: Ports, Japs, Otto, Germans] VS [Their Team: Otto British, Russians, British] on Mongolia. YOU CAN ALSO WATCH THIS GAME HERE: (link below) www.twitch.tv/interjectionvideos/c/4600518&utm_campaign=archive_export&utm_source=interjectionvideos&utm_medium=youtube