Top Suppliers Pool Table SZX-P10 for Australia Factory
Material MDF Pool Table Size 60″ x 30″ x 31″(H) 72″ x 36″ x 32″(H) 152 x 76 x 79cm(H) 183 x 91 x 81cm(H) Packing 157 x 89 x 14 cm(H) 188 x 106 x 17.5cm(H)
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MDF Pool Table
60″ x 30″ x 31″(H)
72″ x 36″ x 32″(H)
152 x 76 x 79cm(H)
183 x 91 x 81cm(H)
157 x 89 x 14 cm(H)
188 x 106 x 17.5cm(H)
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(16 Nov 2012) SHOTLIST
1. Various of Puerto Real sea port, smoke rising from fires lit by port workers in protest
2. Pan of policemen walking to Palacio de Congresos, where the Iberoamerican summit will be held
3. Mid of police in front of venue
4. Mid of flags of Iberoamerican member countries
5. Close-up of Spanish flag
6. Close-up of sign, reads (Spanish): “Iberoamerican Summit”
7. Pan of news conference room
8. Mid of Jose Angel Gurria Trevino, Secretary General of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development):
9. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jose Angel Gurr�a Trevi�o, Secretary General of OECD, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development:
“Even with a good development in the short term, the region faces important challenges in the long term. The decrease in external demand will show the limitations of a growth based on an excessive dependency on the export of natural resources.”
10. Mid of Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Spanish Foreign Minister, shaking hands on stage
11. Mid of assembled media
12.SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jose Manuel Garc�a-Margallo, Spanish Foreign Minister:
“The European crisis is not an economic crisis but a political one. If we compare our public debts to those of the US, ours are better. But the investors prefer to invest in the US and not in the eurozone, because they don’t trust our will to stay together (in Europe).”
13. Various of the Iberoamerican Foreign Ministers’ round table meeting
14. Tracking of Mariano Rajoy, Spanish Prime Minister, walking down stairs from plane
15. Tracking of Rajoy walking past honour guard
16. Mid of Rajoy walking to car
15. Pull out of honour guard
17. Tracking of Felipe Calderon, Mexican President, descending from plane
18. Mid of Calderon walking past honour guard
18. Mid of Calderon walking to car
19. Tracking of Anibal Cavaco Silva, Portuguese President walking from plane
20. Various of Cavaco Silva walking past honour guard
Protest fires were lit by port workers on Friday, demonstrating against cut backs at the Spanish sea port of Puerto Real.
Meanwhile, further inshore at the city of Cadiz, Spain hosted an Iberoamerican summit which brings Latin American leaders together with those of Spain and Portugal, two countries badly hit by Europe’s economic crisis.
Spain and Portugal began the annual meeting with the economic crisis as one of the main topics on the agenda, aiming to enrol the Latin American countries in helping Europe overcome the crisis.
In the past Latin American nations have been the economic weaklings and looking for aid, but now the former colonies are growing stronger and migration has reversed.
People are leaving Europe for a better life in Latin American countries, however Latin America still has its own economic concerns to overcome.
“Even with a good development in the short term, the region faces important challenges in the long term,” said Jose Angel Gurria Trevino, Secretary General of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) at the summit on Friday.
“The decrease in external demand will show the limitations of a growth based on an excessive dependency on the export of natural resources.”
It is the economic crisis in the developed world, in both the US and the eurozone, which has led to the decrease in external demand.
Spain is enduring its second recession in three years and has a 25 percent unemployment rate, while Portugal is one of four eurozone countries to have received a sovereign bailout.
The fires in Puerto Real were one of many protests that have sprung up across Europe in reaction to cut backs.
to deepen, and make the debt crisis, which has been calmer of late, even more difficult to handle.
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