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71,931.  More and more of our exports are coming from abroad.  (Exports & Bush)  George W Bush

 

 

71,932.  Tobacco exports should be expanded aggressively because Americans are smoking less.  (Exports & Smoking & Tobacco)  Dan Quayle                          

 

 

71,933.  Well, the way things are going, aside from wheat and auto parts, America's biggest export is now the Oscar.  Billy Crystal

 

 

100,258.  [Denis] Healey believed that instead British defence industries should make money for the country.  The Americans were selling weapons throughout the world and Healey wanted Britain to compete with them and earn precious foreign currency.  But Britain was not very good at selling weapons until David Stirling decided to get involved.  (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Egypt & Saudi Arabia & Yemen & Exports & Labour)  Adam Curtis, The Mayfair Set I: Who Pays Wins ***** BBC 1999 

 

100,260.  He [Khashoggi] told Lockheed that the only way to win the [arms] deal was to bribe the Saudi government.  Ten years later in a Senate investigation Lockheed’s chairman admitted what had happened.  Stirling told the British government they would have to do the same as the Americas: pay commission to their agents in King Faisal’s entourage.  If they didn’t, Britain would lose the deal.  In December 1965 the Saudis announced they would buy the British planes: the bribes had worked.  It was the biggest export deal in Britain’s history.  And King Faisal came on a state visit to celebrate it.  It was also the beginning of the modern arms trade with the Middle East which has grown to dominate Britain’s economy.  And from it also came a much wider commercial relationship with Saudi Arabia.  (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Egypt & Saudi Arabia & Yemen & Exports & Bribery)  ibid.  

 

87,639.  By the late 60s many of Britain’s former colonies were being torn apart by civil war.  In Nigeria the federal government were fighting a vicious campaign to stop Biafra from seceding.  The British government were secretly supplying the federal side with weapons.  Their aim was to protect Britain’s oil interests in Nigeria.   (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Exports & Nigeria)  ibid.  

  

100,261.  As coups and civil wars spread throughout the Third World, Stirling was determined to find a subtler way to maintain Britain’s influence in the world.  He set up a secret organisation called WatchGuard: its job was to provide Africa and Middle-Eastern leaders with a private army of British mercenaries.  They would prevent the rulers that Stirling approved of from being overthrown.  WatchGuard was a great success.  Stirling organised protection for leaders in Africa and the Middle East.  (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Exports & Africa & Middle East)  ibid.

 

100,262.  In Oman many of the Sultan’s advisers were ex-SAS men.  They ran the Sultan’s guerrilla war against Marxist rebels.  The rebels made a propaganda film attacking the Sultan and his British mercenaries.  But the British won.  (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Exports & Oman)  ibid.

 

63,730.  By the early 70s [David] Stirling had become a successful businessman.  He arranged enormous arms deals, and his mercenaries kept many third-world leaders in power.  Almost single-handedly Stirling had created the foundations of Britain’s modern privatised foreign policy.  It is a hidden world of vicious guerrilla wars fought by British mercenaries, a world that occasionally surfaces in scandals like the Sandfire affair.  It all began with Stirling selling Britain’s military power to countries he approved of.  (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Exports & Oman & 1970s)  ibid.

 

138,314.  The price of oil had been massively increased as a result of the Arab/Israeli war.  The oil-producing states led by King Faisal of Saudi Arabia were furious at American support for Israel.  Their action had catastrophic effects for Western economies.   (Great Britain & Power & British Empire & Arms & Army & Weapons & Coup & Foreign Policy & Exports & Oil & 1970s)  ibid. 

 

 

88,453.  The elaborately decorated material was in such demand that by the last 1700s hand-woven Lyon silk made up over a third of France’s exports.  (Silk & Exports & Industrial Revolution)  Ronald Top, Industrial Revelations: The European Story 

 

 

88,459.  The history of silk development spans through centuries and can be traced around the world's very ancient trade route called ‘Silk Road’.  A UNESCO inspired team trekked this obscure yet historical caravan tract called ‘Silk Road’, which began in China, passed through Tashkent, Baghdad, Damascus, Istanbul and reached European shores.  Since the beginning of the Christian era (by 126 B.C.) silk has been the most colourful of world caravans.  Fabulous silks from China and India were carried to Europe through this 6,400 km long road.  (Silk & Exports)  R K Datta, Global Silk Industry

 

 

99,444.  The Export Credit Guarantee Department.  They underwrite British business … so if that country defaults the taxpayer … cough for it … 95% of third world debt owed to Britain comes from the Export Guarantee Department … Mark Thomas Comedy Product s4e5 

 

99,455.  We not only armed Saddam Hussein, we paid for it as well.  ibid.  

 

 

99,459.  ECGD and what they do is they provide underwriting, financial underwriting, from the taxpayer’s money to support firms who are exporting overseas.  If the country they export to default they get the money within thirty days of default coughed up by the taxpayer … An insurance scheme for arms dealers … 52% of their business was arms sales.  (Exports & Arms)  Mark Thomas Comedy Product s4e9 

 

 

99,461.  They’ve recently banned Iraq importing twelve bulls from France … to improve the breading stock of Iraq.  Mark Thomas Comedy Product s4e11

 

 

63,731.  Throughout the 1980s billions of pounds of arms were being exported from this country to both Iran and Iraq by British companies with full knowledge of the British government in defiance of the government’s guidelines and in defiance of course of the UN.  That is a far more significant issue.  And if Scott was serious about it, he ought to interview the key businessmen who knew about the deals.  (Arms & 1980s & Exports)  Michael Meacher MP

 

 

63,750.  When Mrs Thatcher became prime minister there was a definite rallying to sort of say, Yes, you should be proud of what you’re doing; you’re exporting for the United Kingdom; you’re doing a good job, and her very public appearances, for instance at Farnborough she went to, she made it quite obvious from the moment she became prime minister that she personally thought that defence exporting was good for the United Kingdom.  (Arms & Exports)  Lt Col Robert Jarman, former government arms salesman

 

 

63,751.  In the United States President Roosevelt induced Congress to repeal an arms embargo: but the supply of arms was limited to cash and carry.  Arms had to be paid for in hard cash, and could not be exported in American ships.  (Arms & Exports)  World War II: The Complete History: The End of Illusion

 

 

31,249.  At one time chintz made up three quarters of India’s exports.  (England & Great Britain & Empire & India & Exports)  Jeremy Paxman, Empire IV: Making a Fortune, BBC 2012

 

 

136,219.  Australia is now one of the biggest exporters of coal in world. (Australia & Coal & Exports)  Australia with Simon Reeve III, BBC 2020