. In 1497 John Cabot became the first Western European since the Vikings to explore mainland North America and one of his major discoveries was the abundant resources of Atlantic cod off Newfoundland Referred to as "Newfoundland Currency" this discovery yielded some 200 million tons of fish over five centuries in the late 19th and early 20th centuries new fisheries started to exploit haddock mackerel and lobster From the 1950s to the 1970s the introduction of European and Asian distant-water fleets in the area dramatically increased the fishing capacity and number of exploited species it also expanded the exploited areas from near-shore to the open sea and to great depths to include deep-water species such as redfish Greenland halibut witch flounder and grenadiers Overfishing in the area was recognised as early as the 1960s but because this was occurring on international waters it took until the late 1970s before any attempts to regulate was made in the early 1990s this finally resulted in the collapse of the Atlantic northwest cod fishery the population of a number of deep-sea fishes also collapsed in the process including American plaice redfish and Greenland halibut together with flounder and grenadier. Miami Florida Business directory Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike (SR 821): Florida's Turnpike mainline (SR 91)/Miami Gardens to U.S Route 1/Florida City. ! . Mangonia Park Tri-Rail 6 Mount Sinai Medical Center 3,321 The airport is one of the largest in terms of cargo in the United States and is the primary connecting point for cargo between Latin America and the world in 2018 Miami International Airport served 2.3 million tons of freight Ninety-six different carriers are involved in shifting over two million tons of freight annually and ensuring the safe travel of over 40 million passengers according to the Miami International Airport corporate brochure it was first in International freight and third in total freight for 2008 in 2000 LAN Cargo opened up a major operations base at the airport and currently operates a large cargo facility at the airport Most major passenger airlines such as American Airlines use the airport to carry hold cargo on passenger flights though most cargo is transported by all-cargo airlines UPS Airlines and FedEx Express both base their major Latin American operations at MIA. Nova Southeastern University (private) It involves cross-border transactions of goods and services between two or more countries Transactions of economic resources include capital skills and people for the purpose of the international production of physical goods and services such as finance banking insurance and construction International business is also known as globalization.
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