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The global financial crisis of 2007 transmitted shock waves worldwide urging international governments to prepare defensive measures to combat this economic turmoil. Hence, on 12th October 2008, the Australian and New Zealand governments introduced analogous schemes to guarantee liabilities issued by a wide range of financial institutions whereby prior to this phenomenon, neither nation had deposit insurance arrangements in place, a distinctive characteristic common in other developed nations.
The Australian Government introduced a blanket guarantee on deposits namely the Australian Government Guarantee Scheme for Large Deposits and Wholesale Funding until October
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To stay on in New Zealand and work after they have finished their studies, international students need the appropriate work visa.
New Zealand’s immigration policies include a post-study work pathway for international students who have completed a New Zealand qualification. This lets you find a job and get work experience in a field directly related to your studies, and makes it easier to apply for residence.
There are two types of work visa specifically for students who have completed their tertiary study in New Zealand:
1. The Post-study work visa
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Halt All Racist Tours (HART) was organized in New Zealand in 1969 to protest rugby tours to and from South Africa. Their first protest, in 1970, was intended to prevent the All Blacks, New Zealand’s flagship rugby squad, from playing in South Africa, unless the Apartheid regime would accept a mixed-race team. South Africa relented, and an integrated All Black team toured the country. Two years later, the Springboks arranged a tour of New Zealand. HART held intensive planning meetings, and, after laying out their nonviolent protest strategies to the New Zealand security director, he was forced to recommend to the government that the Springboks not be allowed in the country. Prime Minister
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the analysis which estimates the impact of a tariff reduction on the retail price of imported wines in China.
The research will show statistic analysis of imported wine market from different countries different point of view.
Furthermore, the research will concentrate to a specific country such as Australia and New Zealand. In the past five years, Australia has been gradually gaining market share of bottled wines from traditional market leaders including France, Italy and Spain. However, since a zero tariff has been applied to Australia’s neighbor country New Zealand, going forward with Australian wine industry will face challenges. The case study will demonstrate the challenges posed by
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Katherine Mansfield Beauchamp Murry (14 October 1888 – 9 January 1923) was a well-known modernist writer of short fiction who was born and brought up in colonial New Zealand and wrote under the pen name of Katherine Mansfield. When she was 19 Katherine left New Zealand and settled in the United Kingdom, where she became friends with modernist writers such as D.H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf. Her first published stories appeared in the High School Reporter and the Wellington Girls' High School magazine (the family returned to Wellington proper in 1898), in 1898 and 1899. In 1902 she became in love of a cellist, Arnold Trowell, although the feelings were largely unanswered. Mansfield herself
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used in promotional campaigns in regards to seeing what people in certain areas of the country desire in quantitative term. Age and sex can instantly ascribe a status you and those like you based on biases. These biases give you a certain status in society just simply based off of a few simple numbers. This is because often numbers are indisputable and convenient to those looking for a quick rational number.
When looking at the age/sex composition change over time between my two countries, New Zealand and Syria, I found vast differences. Though data from 1980 was not available for either of my countries, I found that from 1990-2010 the composition of both of my countries did not really
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-governmental organization that aims to enhance cooperation between the independent countries of the Pacific Ocean. Member countries are: Australia, New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands have observer status.
, we will briefly cover the background of free trade within the PIF countries. Then we will make reference to the PICTA and PACER trade agreements. Afterwards, we will bring to light our analysis on the positive implications of free trade amongst our small pacific island countries as well
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goes up, the demand of it goes down (week3) it is the same in case of labour market if government increases minimum wage (price), the demand of labour will go down(less employers willing to hire them) in New Zealand.
The industries that offer minimum wages to people are small scale business, who wants to survive in the market by keeping their profit level high and labour cost low. In New Zealand estimated 41,300 workers are on the minimum wage in 2011 “Industry sectors most affected by changes to the minimum wage are hospitality, retail and Agriculture (NZHRC, 2011)”. Industries that does not need experienced workers in large amount. The research shows it may affect
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“aGeinG in PLace”: the Views OF OLDer hOmeOwners On maintenance, renOVatiOn anD aDaPtatiOn
Judith Davey1 New Zealand Institute for Research on Ageing Te Putahi Rangahau i te Pakeke Haere Victoria University of Wellington Abstract “Ageing in place” is favoured in policies on ageing and is the preferred option of many older people. For older homeowners, remaining at home may depend on their ability to keep their homes in good condition, safe, suitable and comfortable. This research illuminates the attitudes, opinions and preferences of some older New Zealanders with respect to their current and future housing circumstances. A considerable degree of self-sufficiency
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This essay will discuss the following main statement; the adoption of a proposed new look Code of Ethics, based on the international Federation Accountants’ code, will ensure that New Zealand Charted Accountants meet their ethical responsibilities. Within this essay an adverse position will be taken towards the previous statement. The international Federation of Accountants (IFAC) states that, professional standards and the code of ethics form important benchmarks that should be met by practicing accountants. Accountants should understand and apply them when conducting any type of work (Pickett 2005). The New Zealand Institute of Charted Accountants (NZICA) is a member of IFAC, as part of
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Fiji is not economically integrated with the United States. Fiji is a signatory under the European Union (EU) that grants non-reciprocal trade preferences to the countries in the ACP states. Fiji is a part of the SPARTECA a non-reciprocal preferential agreement. It covers the FIC, Australia and New Zealand. Fiji, however has sold 13.3% of their export to the United States. Fiji being a part of the regional integration EU has a RTA with EU- Papua New Guinea, MSG, PICTA and SPARTECA. Most of Fiji’s raw materials are imports. The country’s imports of GDP has had an increase from 2003 to 2008 of 58.9% but they had a decrease in exports down to 24.1% because of a decline in productivity and
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attacker had not been identified and arrested.
ITEM 3: Four police officers shot in drug operation (Four New Zealand police officers were shot while trying to make an arrest in a drug operation)
VALUE/S: Normative breach – The audience would be concerned to hear that people were brazen enough to shoot at police officers in an attempt to kill them.
Distant proximity – As the story occurred in New Zealand, it is culturally, socially and geographically distant from Sydney audiences.
Low scope and low severity – Only a few police officers were hospitalised, with 3 in a stable condition and one in a critical condition.
INCREASE VALUES IF: If more police officers were shot at or if an officer was killed.
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business. Business ethics is a system of moral principles to be applied in business world, the instruction of behavior be accepted in strategy and daily operations of the organization. Modes of operation with business ethics are becoming more necessary to finding a success and building a positive image of business (Vietfin Monitor, 2005). The construction of standards behavior and business ethics is the foundation of business system for sustainable development, follow general progress of humanity.
Background of Fonterra
New Zealand is one of the best countries has developed dairy industry in the world. The company Fonterra has a huge influence on the economy of New Zealand. Fonterra has a
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precautions to ensure that tourists will not be exploited.I remind you that this event is not only a sporting event but a chance to see and experience new cultures and diversity. Everyone is well aware of the New Zealand ‘haka dance’ performed by the all blacks team before each match. This is a traditional war cry, dance or challenge from the Maori people (Poelman, 9). Rugby is enlightening people to honor indigenous cultures.I also encourage the fans to refrain from indulging in violent conduct towards other fans. Remember they are winners and losers in a game; losses are part of life and go a long way in bearing a teaching moment on us. Security for all the fans is something we have hugely
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dispossession, failed assimilation and passive welfare are not isolated to indigenous Australians but have been experienced by indigenous peoples of other countries who have been colonised (Banks 2007). The statistics show however that indigenous Australians life expectancy compared to that of non- indigenous Australians to be considerably lower , with men 11.5yrs difference women 9.7 yrs (Australian Bureau of statistics, 2010) were as ‘the longevity gap between Māori and non-Māori has closed slightly. The difference in life expectancy at birth of 8.2 years in 2005–07 compares with 8.5 years in 2000–02 and 9.1 years in 1995–97’ (statistics New Zealand 2008). Centres for Disease Control and Preventions
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growth rate in the restaurant industry.
To read the history of McDonald’s, refer to McDonald’s official website:
Case Study McDonald’s
Worksheet 1- Introduction to McDonald’s
Setting Up Dates of McDonald’s Outlets in Different Places of the World
Japan, Australia, Germany
China (Shenzhen SAR), Russia
China (Beijing), Poland
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in Bangladesh is estimated around 21000mt worth $ 72m of which Dano holds 22% Market Share (MS), Diploma 18%MS, Anchor 12%MS, Red cow 8%MS, Nido 4%MS and others rest local players. FCMP market reaching maturity and price competition is also increasing. Due to no/little product differentiation brands becoming very price elastic. Global Trend-Consumers moving from generalized products to specialized products. Local Trend- Consumption of packed consumer goods going up. NZDP (New Zealand Product Bangladesh Ltd.) intents to enter the specialized product segment of milk market in Bangladesh.
With the outbreak of stunning information that powder milk product specially growing up Milk product
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Maori Body Ornaments and Jewelry
New Zealand is an island located in the Pacific Ocean. This island consists of a very interesting group of people called the Maori. The Maori people are Polynesian decent. People who are Polynesian are usually people who come from the islands and have the same morals, values, beliefs and also the same language. The Maori people consist of just that. The Maori believe in many different origins and they have many traditional attributions that flow deeply into their cultural beliefs. One of the Maori’s cultural and traditional activities is creating body ornaments and jewelry. If not some but all of the Maori body ornaments and jewelry have
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where the complexities of migration, ethnicity, gender and employment intersect. This paper highlights the perceptions of university business students in a New Zealand university with reference to ethnic minority women and employment. Through a study of various databases and the construction of parables on ethnic minority women in New Zealand, the experiences of recruitment and selection, diversity management and career progression emerge as themes in the perceived employment experiences of ethnic minority migrant women. The paper argues for the need to highlight narratives of ethnic minority women through creative pedagogy in order to sensitise business students and future managers to the
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means that these ten companies have admirably performed above and beyond the basic requirements of an employer.Salesforce is Australia’s largest outsourced call centre services provider, with over 1000 employees based in its head office in Carlton. There are also field sales teams in all capital cities and call centre operations in New Zealand, and Malaysia. SalesForce began life in 1994. Salesforce has long since had a reputation for offering its recruits the opportunity to design their own career paths, as well as enviable benefits. It rated seventh on the list of best employers to work for with over 1000 staff. Team development manager Stuart French stresses that as no two employees are
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boundaries. “In the last century, over 4,600 earthquakes have been recorded along the western coast of North America” (Natural Hazards, n.d.). One of the most known earthquake prone states here in America is California. Also a more notable place that is earthquake prone is Japan. Japan sits upon the joints of four different plates. Other notable places that have had high recorded earthquakes are Haiti and Chili and New Zealand.
Earthquakes are geologic events that can occur anywhere, anytime of the day or night, and in any season; most people tend to forget that earth is very much alive and when it is ready and will show us its massive power.
A World in Motion
Knowledge of earthquakes has led to better understanding the Earth. Although humans are on the Earth for a mere geological blink, it is undeniably human nature to want to understand the Earth. To gain the knowledge of what causes earthquakes, the power behind them, is to gain knowledge of the complex, living planet that humans call home.
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China. The construction started back in 1994 near the town of Sandouping and would cost 28 billion dollars. Four years after the beginning of the construction, China experienced their worst flood in history.
The flood of 1998 affected nearly 300 million people and covered an area almost the size of New Zealand. There was an estimated loss of nearly 4000 lives after the flood. This flood temporarily threatened China’s economy and had the potential to affect everyone in the industrial world. The total economic loss for China reached 24 billion dollars. It’s because China is the center of industry that everyone in the world could’ve potentially been affected. The Three Gorges Dam sat
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formed in 1982 and acquired by New Zealand Oil & Gas Ltd (NZOG) in 1998 as the major shareholder. It was initially expected to produce around one million tonnes of coal per year for around 20 years, making the mine the second-largest coal export mine in the country, as well as the largest underground coal mine of the country. Because of various technical glitch and poor forecasting of the management, the whole project was delayed. The Delayed timeframe, lower production rate of coal has increased the financial pressure as it was proven to be as over-promised and under-delivered. On Friday the 19th November 2010 an underground explosion occurred at the Pike River Mine that resulted in the
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unequivocal convention about the definition of developed economy is non-existent, the term ’’developed’’routinely implies to an economy with a comparatively great extent of growth and safety. On a large scale common criteria for classification are the degree of development, GDP or per capita income, industrial development, level of material comfort, and the extent of infrastructure. The United Nations system of classification considers Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, New Zealand, and the United States "developed" countries or areas (United Nations, 2013). The contribution of service industry to GDP for the above countries respectively is as follows whilst US service industry is
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of workplace, between two employees or between managing directors to staffs (Bratton and Gold, 2012). This is for the enhancement of communication between employees and management and strengthening the commitment of the employee. This method is based on the communication process model where it shows the information flow within the workplace between sender and receiver (Bratton and Gold, 2012) (figure 5).
Figure 5. Reproduced from: Bratton and Gold 2012
At the current situation of Australian and New Zealand labor market, there is the shortage of young worker (Shah and Burke 2003; Australian Bureau of Statistics 2005; Productivity Commission 2005). According to Productivity
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term and medium-term export marketing strategy in the above environment? 2. Could you examine the weak points in this case study? Caselet 2 SMART KIDS – SELLING EDUCATIONAL GAMES AND RESOURCES TO THE WORLD Smart Kids Ltd. An Auckland company that makes educational games and resources to read and understand math‟s has won a Trade New Zealand Export Award for its success in international markets in 2003.Established eight years ago in the family home basement, Smart Kids is led by husband and wife team, joint chief executives David and Sun Milne and their sons Duncan and Frase. She Milne, an ex-teacher, says from just 30 products when it started, the company produces more than 200 produces
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marketing strategy in the above environment?
2. Could you examine the weak points in this case study?
SMART KIDS – SELLING EDUCATIONAL GAMES AND
RESOURCES TO THE WORLD
Smart Kids Ltd. An Auckland company that makes educational games and resources to read and
understand math‟s has won a Trade New Zealand Export Award for its success in international markets
in 2003.Established eight years ago in the family home basement, Smart Kids is led by husband and
wife team, joint chief executives David and Sun Milne and their sons Duncan and Frase. She Milne, an
ex-teacher, says from just 30 products when it started, the company produces more than 200 produces
catering for student‟s
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being the best chain of boutique hotels in the world!
5. We value clear communication and the right to express our opinions in a polite and pleasant manner and we extend this right to others.
6. We endeavor to support others by observing all appropriate legislation and guidelines and ensure that our hotels are safe environments.
Plans for Immediate Future
The Luxury Hotel Group is investigating expansion into new regions, possibly Pacific Island Region, New Zealand and Indonesia/Malaysia. Preliminary evaluation of marketing opportunities has identified the Pacific and New Zealand regions as promising areas for further expansion in the next 12 months.
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establish an IP voice and data network between their Australian branch office in Brisbane and their Australian port bases located in Perth, Melbourne and the Gold Coast. Impressed by Comscentre’s response which created a fully managed and supported national IP voice and data network for Air Asia in Australia, Comscentre were soon rolling out IP voice and data network installations into more Air Asia ports including New Zealand, with UK, France, Korea and Japan to come, further slashing Air Asia’s ongoing operational overheads by introducing free internal calls across their centrally managed global network and consolidating network maintenance and support costs. “Comscentre are becoming an
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provisions, technical assistance and data on reasons for rejections.
The export of milk products from India has increased from Rs.2.49 crores in 1990-91 to Rs.1018.63 crores during 2007-08 despite the fact that there are no special incentives for export except those that are generally available to all exports. Skimmed Milk Powder, Ghee and Cheese are the major products being exported from India. The major destinations of exports during 2007-08 were Bangladesh , USA , UAE, Egypt , China , Algeria , Morocco , Thailand , Philippines , Nepal , Seri , Singapore , Oman , Yemen and Saudi Arabia . The European Union, New Zealand, Australia and U.S are the four major players in the export market, which
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partially for personal use. Apportionment of the business use might be required in claiming these expenses if it is used for personal.
3. For detailed records of income and expenses.
In order to determine some of the timing issues around commencement and cessation of the business. Especially regarding income receipts for when the income earning activities begun. Also to check whether any other private expenses were being claimed under the business.
Alley, et al., 2012. New Zealand Taxation 2012 – Principles, Case and Questions. Wellington: Brookers Ltd
Income Tax Act 2007. Wellington: NZ Parliament
New Zealand Taxation 2012 – Legislation Handbook. Wellington: Brookers Ltd
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“The future is ours” which was then used by fans at football games. These phrases were printed on signs and held up at football games as means of encouragement for football players.
Under Armour also endorsed athletes while these athletes advertised their products. This not only led to major publicity, but also created an appreciation for Under Armour by the fans of these athletes.
Direct marketing then came about with Under Armour creating a website, catalogs, and the opening of many new outlets not only in the US, but also in places such as The United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand and Japan.
Question 3. What are several new strategies Under Armour might pursue as it
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signals to local mobile devices.
With $54 billion in cash, Google can afford to fund experiments such as Fiber and Loon - the air balloon project run by Google X, the secretive arm of the company that specializes in bold, futuristic projects such as robot cars.
Loon involves creating an airborne wireless network using 12-meter-tall, super-pressured air balloons powered by the sun. They would drift along relatively slower air currents in the stratosphere and run off batteries at night.
In June, Google launched a test of 30 balloons over New Zealand equipped to deliver 3G-like wireless speeds to ground antennas that in turn transmit the signal to wireless devices. The goal is to
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different speaking styles in the classroom. Male students speak in order to give comments, and their style tend to be more argumentative. Meanwhile, many female students talk in order to solve problems and their style tend to be more helpful.
Women’s role in mixed-gender group
In fact, when males and females are equal in social status, but there are some differences on how much each talks or how they talk. Different people have different jobs and functions, so women’s role enhancing the credibility of men’s talk is also absolutely necessary in mixed-gender group. As an example given by Holmes, Miriam Meyerhoff met a mixed-sex group of interviewer in New Zealand, recently found out that female
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Meaning of alcohol in five different societies: Native Americans, Maori, Chinese, French and Russian
This essay was conducted in order to look over whether the meaning of ‘alcohol’ differs across various cultures. The essay will compare how tribal people conceptualise the definition of this substance and how it is explained by contemporary societies in developing and developed countries, and also in the post-Soviet country. Contemporary or postmodern period is known as the latter 20th and the 21st century (Johnson, 2001). This paper will provide examples of indigenous societies from North America and New Zealand, and also societies from China, France and Russia. The essay will briefly
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make the right choices for their children and families and find out what works best for them.
Vegetarianism while breastfeeding can have the same risks as in children. It is highly advised that these women continue taking prenatal vitamins while breastfeeding and the babies are also advised to have additional vitamin D supplements (pediatric advisor). Nevertheless, there are cases where the babies have died or been seriously sick from vitamin deficiencies. Tanya Di Genova and Harvey Guyda talk about a case of a vegetarian mother who was breastfeeding, “In 2002, a vegan couple from New Zealand was accused of child abuse after ‘failing to provide the necessities of life’ for their six-month
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marijuana, occupational exposures, diet, socioeconomic status, or level of deprivation are also likely to play a role in the pathogenesis of lung cancer in Maori. (Journal of the New Zealand Medical Association)
Another case reported, according to the article “The Price of Progress” is the aggravated case of vitamin A deficiency in Brazilians which caused permanent blindness. Many specialists speculate, the deficiency was worsen by a milk distribution program. However, who will be jailed by only giving milk to the people they think needs it? None; who would even believe that they would lose their sight only by drinking milk?
Health hazards are suffered by indigenous people because we
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also the 'shock, jolt, crash' effect that makes mixing energy drinks with other substances dangerous, Sindicich says.
The Australian and New Zealand Food Regulation Ministerial Council are currently considering the need for regulation of energy drinks. And so they should be.
However, the Australian Beverages Council – which represents drink makers – argues energy drinks in Australia are among the most regulated in the world. There are already warnings on the labels advising certain groups (children and pregnant women) against consuming the drinks, in addition to advice stating no more than two cans a day should be drunk, the council says.
Now that we have seen what causes acid rain
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of supply and demand.
The 8 most tradable currencies are the U.S. Dollar (USD), European Euro (EUR), Japanese Yen (JPY), British Pound (GBP), Swiss Franc (CHF), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Australian/New Zealand dollar (AUD/NZD), and the South African Rand (ZAR). As the financial market has evolved and grown, foreign exchange and currencies have been integral part in the day to day transactions of the Fx market.
Lets start with the U.S. Dollar. The U.S. dollar is both the world's most heavily traded and most widely held currency. The currency of the European Union, the euro, is the world's second most popular currency. And since it contains the two most popular currencies in the world, the EUR/USD pair is forex's most actively traded currency pair.
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ferment for several weeks, usually 6-10 weeks. At 270 days, the longest lager fermentation is for that of Budejovicky Budvar brewery’s Bud Strong.
2. Top 10 best sparkling wines in the worlds
Best Australian Sparkling Wine 2015 - House of Arras 2005 Grand Vintage Brut;
Best Canadian Sparkling Wine 2015 - Trius NV Brut;
Best English Sparkling Wine 2015 - Nyetimber 2010 Classic Cuvée;
Best French Sparkling Wine 2015 - Louis Roederer 2004 Cristal Rosé;
Best German Sparkling Wine 2015 - Solter 2009 Rheingau Riesling Sekt Reserve Brut;
Best Italian Sparkling Wine 2015 - Ferrari Perlé 2006 Trentodoc in magnum;
Best New Zealand Sparkling Wine 2015 - Hunter’s 2010 Mirumiru
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infrastructure, it can be difficult to track. The larger problem of government corruption, however, is well-known. The principal nongovernmental source on corruption around the world is Transparency International, a link to whose website is provided below. Transparency International conducts annual assessments of corruption in every country in the world and ranks each country according to its level of corruption. For example, Denmark and New Zealand are rated as the least corrupt countries in the world, with Afghanistan, North Korea and Somalia ranked as the most corrupt. Unsurprisingly, the correlation between a country’s level of development and its position on the corruption ladder
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not always covered is the behind the sense of the people with the problem. The behind the sense would include the family member’s that are being affected each and every day in a mental, emotional and even worse sometimes. So next time you read that article about the local teen, mother or father that overdosed or had a sever addiction just think how their family might be impacted by it because sometimes it worse than one may think.
Barnard, Marina. Drug Addiction And Families. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007. eBook Academic Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 11 Mar. 2016.
Saad, Lydia. "Families Of Drug And Alcohol Abusers Pay An Emotional Toll: Alcohol Addiction Just As Upsetting As Drugs." Gallup Poll Briefing (2006): 1. Points of View Reference Center. Web. 11 Mar. 2016.
Schäfer, Gabriele1, email@example.com. "Family Functioning In Families With Alcohol And Other Drug Addiction." Social Policy Journal Of New Zealand 37 (2011): 135-151. Social Sciences Full Text (H.W. Wilson). Web. 11 Mar. 2016.
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won the 2010 Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for cricketer of the year at the ICC awards.. He has been recommended for the receipt of the Bharat Ratna award, in fact it has been speculated that the criteria for the award of the Bharat Ratna was changed to allow him receive the award. He is also a member of Rajya Sabha ofParliament of India. Tendulkar passed 30,000 runs in international cricket on 20 November 2009. After a two-month break he is likely to return to test arena with the series against New Zealand commencing in late August 2012.
Tendulkar has been honoured with the Padma Vibhushan award, India's second highest civilian award, and the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award
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piracy group Pirates International films the new film from the projection booth on opening night. That same night, a member of Pirates International digitizes and compresses the new film and uploads it to a private server in Bulgaria. Pirates International immediately sends out a message to its close supporters that a copy of International Connections is available on their servers.
Person X in New Zealand closely follows Pirates International’s releases. He receives the message and downloads International Connections from the Bulgarian servers. Quentin watches the film with friends and then uploads it to his account on X-Store, a cloud storage service. X-Store’s primary offices are located in
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Global Conferences(WHO/NMH/CHP/09.01), 1. Retrieved from, http://www.who.int/healthpromotion/Milestones_Health_Promotion_05022010.pdf
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion: Healthy People 2020 Framework. Retrieved from,
Scott, S. (2011). A Tripartite learning partnership in health promotion. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 27(2), 16-23.
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the "Life Insurance in Singapore, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2016" report to their offering.
Singapore's pro-business and pro-enterprise environment enabled global investors to access the country's financial services industry. Unlike other South Asian countries, the Singaporean life insurance segment generates business largely from the domestic market, although some business comes from overseas markets including China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. The economic conditions in neighboring countries therefore influence the life insurance segment in Singapore, and these have improved since the global financial crisis in 2009, increasing the demand for life insurance
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airlines provide short or regional routes. By completing comparatively short flights, budget airlines can turn their aircraft round quickly and provide more flights per day to generate more revenues. Additional advantage of short flights is that the airlines are not subject to rules and regulations that govern aviation in other parts of the world.
The long-haul mode of operation also caused other problems, that is, stiff competition by a number of well established carriers operating on its Hong Kong-London route, including British Airways, Qantas, Air New Zealand and Virgin Atlantic. One-way fares between Hong Kong and London were launched from £75 or HK$1,000 (excluding taxes and charges) by
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Sadness Comes Accuracy; With Happiness, False Memory : Mood and the False Memory Effect. Psychological Science 2005 16: 785.
• Sugrue, K., & Hayne, H. (2006). False Memories Produced by Children and Adults in DRM Paradigm. Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
• Walker, P. M. (2009). The Role of Sleep in Cognition and Emotion.
• Yoo, S., Gujar, N., Hu, P., Jolesz, F. A., & Walker, M. P. (2007). Current Biology, Volume 17, Issue 20, R877-R878, 23 October 2007.
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physical submission and only the hardcopy will be
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QUESTION 1: VALUATION OF SHARES
A. In the world of trendsetting fashion, instinct and marketing savvy are prerequisites to
success. Jordan Ellis had both. During 2015, his international casual-wear company, Encore,
rocketed to $300 million in sales after 10 years in business. His fashion line covered the
young woman from head to toe with hats, sweaters, dresses, blouses, skirts, pants,
sweatshirts, socks, and shoes. The Encore shops are now a standard feature in every town in