ABAREAustralian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
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Also speaking in an interview with newsmen, the North-East Chairman of CAN, Reverend Abare Kalla, said though it was painful, he said calm and caution must be the watchword now because according to him, 'we must be calm now to avoid the breach of peace and then pursue justice thereafter'.
After focus group discussions with community heads, representatives of the pastoralist, gold miners/processors, the following sampling sites (Dareta, Abare, and Gusau; Figure 1) were chosen.
The ABARE nevertheless projects an upturn for the 2008-2009 harvest.
As such, says ABARE, "it would not be surprising if in future, China became a larger importer of feed grains." China also is likely to increase imports of wheat and oilseeds.
ABARE expects Australian beef exports will rise by about 5 percent to 348,000 tons, but it predicts prices will fall by about 4 percent to US$3.96 a kilogram.
What Ombudsman Phillipa Smith missed by way of timing, so far as ACF is concerned, she made up for with a damning report on ABARE's climate change economic modelling process.
Speakers included Fran Smith from Consumer Alert, an industry-funded front group; Patrick Michaels of ICE; Australian Embassy Chief of Mission Paul O'Sullivan and Brian Fisher from the Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics (ABARE), a government-funded economic forecasting agency that has predicted huge costs in jobs and income if emission reduction targets are met.
The Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics (ABARE) has projected growth of 5%/y in Australian production of metallic ores and a 26% expansion in annual coal output by 2002.
Most administrators, like Don Abare, the data processing manager for Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD), usually find themselves saying "N." "O." -economic short-hand for "No budget" for rewiring "Old facilities."
Abare, 56, has worked for more than 25 years in Gardner public schools as a teacher and coach.
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (Abare), in its quarterly outlook, also gave upbeat long-range forecasts for iron ore, the country's second-largest export earner, with a forecast 68 per cent jump in exports by 2014/15.
Speaking at OUTLOOK 2004, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE) conference, in March, Dr Denzil Miller of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) revealed that the illegal harvest was estimated at US$518 million compared to US$486 million for legitimate fishing.