b. Various Import Commodities :
1. Consument Goods :
Jambi Import likes : Condensed Milk, Skim Milk, Teri/Bilis Fish, Soya bean, Carrots, Garlic, Plastic bags, Red Union, Dried Chilli, White sugar, Soft Drink, Mackerel, Tyres, Carpets, etc.
2. Industry ( raw material & equipment ) :
industri in Jambi needs : Melamin Powder, Industrial Flour & Industrial Salt, Polyvinyl alcohol, Phenol, Sodium sulphat, sodium Chlorida, RM for Pulp Processing, Many kind of industrian machine parts for Pulp and Papers industry, wood working, Crumb Rubber, etc. like Mild steel plate, Temperatur censored, puraspec Absorbent, Mild Steel Formed Film, edge Coating signal, Lighting Fixture, Compressor, Partial Shipment consord, Elbow, Welded elbow, Valve, etc.
3. Capital Goods :
Jambi needs capital goods like : Build Up Industial Machine eg. Coconut Fiber Processing Machine, Dynamo, Dutch Oven.
Total Import Jambi During Januari- Maret 2007 amount US $ 28.569.043,04 and 75 % of its for Industries raw material and equipment.
Import Countries are from : Australia, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, USA, UK etc.
Kamis, 28 Februari 2008
b. Various Import Commodities :
Senin, 25 Februari 2008
A. Variuos Export From Jambi
1. Agriculture : Potato/Kentang, Kol
2. Plantation : Areca/Pinang,Arabica coffee,Casiavera,coconut fiber, candle nuts/kemiri, Palm nutshell/kernel
3. Fisheries : fresh shrimps/Udang segar jambi, Kepiting, Frozen Cuttle fish, ikan Hias, Senangin sea fish frozen
4.Industries : Rubber SIR 20, Plywood, Film Face,Wood Working, Moulding, Finger joint, Pulp and Paper, Premium White toiled, CPO and CCO, RDB Coconut Oil, Charcoal, Rattan handicraft of jambi, frozen surimi, Emping Melinjo.
5. Other product from jambi forest : Getah jelutung /Dragon Blood, Getah jernang
Export Favourable Countries are listed 37 countries, and there are 5 countries as dominan market, namely Singapore, Japan, South Korea, China and USA. while jambi export to others countries only 2 % like India, South Afrika, Europe, Australia etc.
In Jambi there are 3 sea port/ port of loading including 1 Air port.
Jumat, 22 Februari 2008
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You’ve heard their highly tempting proposition at least once: with this job or business, you’ll make money fast and in large amounts, without having to work as hard as you’re working now, and in the comfort of your own home. But are such offers to be trusted? How can you tell if a home business offer is fake or for real? Here are a few of the most common business scams you should avoid:
The Classic “Envelope Stuffing” Scam
Perhaps the most infamous of all home-based business scams, this one requires you to send a small fee to a company who will send you a specific number of envelopes to stuff. You are promised to be paid a fee for every envelope that you stuff, but more often than not, the money never comes, and instead of earning, you’ve actually lost money because of the fee you initially paid the company.
The “Call 1-900-“ Scam
Advertisements for this scam will tell you to call a 1-900 number in order to obtain more information on a home-business offer or a work-at-home job. But 1-900 numbers, unlike 1-800 ones, are not toll fee and require a fee, so you end up losing money by just making the call. And the information they promised? Often such information is next to trivial, and totally useless.
The Scam that Turns You into a Scammer
With this one, you’ll usually receive an email promising you lots of earnings by just using your computer at home to send out some emails. All you have to do is send them a small fee to receive some instructions.
What you get for the fee you paid them are instructions on how you can send the same email you received to other addresses. And the payback you get? Non-existent.
Some Tips on How You Can Avoid Home-Business Scams
1. If it seems too good to be true, chances are, it probably is. If a home business idea or work-at-home-job offers you huge amounts of money for doing next to nothing, chances are, what you’ll actually get in return is next to nothing – or worse, you would’ve lost money as well.
2. Never pay a company for the chance to work. Remember, you’re looking for a job home-based business because you want to be paid, not the other way around.
3. If it’s spam, it’s most likely a scam. There’s only one thing to do with spam, and that’s hit delete.
A home-based business can be a very lucrative and fulfilling venture, but make sure that you’re starting one that’s legitimate and with actual worth. Otherwise, you’ll realize that you’ve left your job only to be taken advantage of.
And finally if you jambi people : you have to know it.