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Produce

As a noun, the product of natural growth, labor, or capital. Articles produced or grown from or on the soil, or found in the soil.

As a verb, to bring forward; to show or exhibit; to bring into view or notice; as, to present a play, including its presentation in motion pictures. To produce witnesses or documents at trial in obedience to a subpoena or to be compelled to produce materials subject to discovery rules.

To make, originate, or yield, as gasoline. To bring to the surface, as oil. To yield, as revenue. Thus, funds are produced by taxation, not when the tax is levied, but when the sums are collected.

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Given the focus of this paper on export opportunities, the proposed WTO (2011) list of green goods is a good starting point.
"I'm delighted to launch this 'green goods' initiative," announced Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht.
One of the resulting products, the Green Goods and Services (GGS) survey, was an annual publication that used the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) program as a sample frame.
While the share of green exports in developing countries has stalled, with the exception of the East Asia and Pacific region, this does not negate the significant potential developing countries have to conquer new green sectors because they are already producers of non-green goods that are very close to green goods in terms of their input requirements or production technologies.
SPENDING on green goods and services grew by almost a fifth over two years despite the economic downturn, new figures show.
To illustrate the point, we're asking people to sign our petition to reduce the VAT on green goods. Individually it just involves signing up to show your support - collectively we're hoping later this year to have in excess of 50,000 signatures to present to the Treasury.
It intends to build up manufacturing capacity for capital and green goods and develop its agro industries while fostering industries with existing capacity such as automobiles, developing public transport vehicles and components, he said.
Some food banks and soup kitchens only accept nonperishable food items, and finding the ones that do accept green goods can be difficult and time-consuming.
Despite the recession, spending on green goods increased by 5% on the previous year, with each household spending an average of Au251 on environmentally friendly products.
Next (www.next.co.uk, 0844 844 8333) also has a whole range of bright green goods.