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  December 11, 2023
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Aussie Central Asian Information Enterprises of Canada

1440 Barberry Dr.
Port Coquitlam
Toll free: +011-604-941-9022 (help line)

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Predicted is the growing trend now and in future to soy crops especially in Australia and developments there of a possible techie cluster originating in Queensland Australia as a geographical landscape is already described as an American-invested project - wheat crops (food and FCR feed & energy fuel feedstock) and rapeseed & jatropha (oilseeds for feed and biodiesel fuel).

While in Kazakhstan, a Canadian-Russian investment in energy derivatives using straw and higher alcohols by microbial fermentation using cutting-edge microbial engineering, grains (biodiesel) and marine seagrass using their leaves and roots sectioned bioalcohol (butanol and ethanol) to conversion to biokerosene (C-8) via routes AtJr1 and AtJr2 (proprietary to 'SkyeBlue')(a major investment for future aerospace travel) also known by the named project Genus Aquamarine which has been also proposed by SkyeBlue and Armsdale Farms and Foods for Armidale, AU and on to the Philippines.

The use in countries like Kazakhstan led by the Canadian-Russian consortium is predicted to go ahead with the seagrass affair using local bodies of water with mined salt reserves with its availability for feed, food and energy and much better quality in its ligno-cellulose component. One recent study earmarked the use of large facilities and attributed the cost of processing feed byproducts to about half and stated it was due to the quality and the large quantities handled and the time of fermentation, including sterilization, to make it economically feasible necessitating more expensive heavy equipment to handle. We believe that based on these findings that major research studies are expected due to: their higher quality, albeit, additionally a cutting and drying process is required and the highly regulated flow-process type set up for the physical plant- which will be in part paid for by the high added-valued major product of pharma feedstock vs feedstock for food and energy. 

SKYEVIEW: In the future, the miracle of Philippine development is shaping up to be another opportunity to launch off initiatives to further areas out in C. Asia, rest of SE Asia and Asia & Russian Far East in terms of technology transfer liaison and investments from foreign sources and the spreading co-op movement like in the Philippines. The Philippines will benefit from its milieu of maturating democratic systems and a more open and stabler free enterprise systems, competitiveness based on capitalistic values and, hopefully what will be a corruption free and merit based system. 

SKYEVIEW: Now in C. Asia there are outstanding issues in development planning that need addressing especially with increased urbanization or density: 1) Law & Order Enforcement - Community Engagement & Civic Duty with training and provision of jobs for members of the populace, 2) Population Control - developing population control policy (1-child policy) put in place, 3) Banking & Investments with Financial Markets including: Venture Funds, Government bonds, Brokers & Financiers and Banks for Accounts & Investments, 4) Commuting and the Issue of Vehicular transport, roads and bridges infrastructure construction and 5) Tourism (e. g. BnB's, Airports, Commuters, Hotels, Resorts, Parks & Recreation). 


(c) D. A. Flores. 2023-2050. SKYE BLUE INTERNET. Port Coquitlam. BC. Canada V3B 1G3. 

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