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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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20-29 thirty point
Job offer and work for 12 months 60 points
Shortage 15 cousin10
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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Market Growth of Imported Wine in China
By Yuki Mabuchi
With rapid growth of Chinese GDP over the past few years, China is now the world's fastest growing wine consumption market and yet still has huge potential as a market growth.
Since Wine drinking is considered a healthier alternative to spirits and somewhat trendy, red wine is particularly popular in China. However, 90% of the wine consumed in China is still produced locally, and it is marketed as low price wines. Therefore, it is impossible for imported wines to compete with Chinese wines on the price. Each imported wine company are challenged to find their...
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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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Age/Sex compositions have proven to be important factors in society because they are the basic characteristics and biological attributes of any demographic group. However, they do not only effect the demographics, they also impact the economic, social and political structure as well. They have ways of changing and influencing internal and external migrations, GMP, birth and death rates among seemingly unrelated things such as educational and medical services. In regards to educational services, sex-age distribution numbers can help predict decisions that are likely to be made in regards to the number of educational institutions, teacher, textbooks and so much more. It is also a key tool used...
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Table of Content
Declaration of Originality 2
Economic Integration: Definition 5
Background of Free Trade in the South Pacific 6
Advantages and benefits of Economic Integration 9
Drawbacks of Regional Economic Trade 11
Declaration of Originality
We declare that this is our original work and all borrowed works had been cited and referenced.
s11061729 Elizabeth Pearl Blakelock
s11074679 Ranjeeta Devi
s93005349 Mosese Vosarogo...
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Minimum wage bill defeated in Parliament
The demand to raise New Zealand’s minimum wage has decline. We live in a society where government has to make balance between employers and employees. Workers want better paying job and at the same time employers want to control labour cost. Therefor government put the floor of minimum wage “a minimum wage is the lowest wage that each employee can legally get from an employer” (exclusive papers). This is the lowest amount that a worker can sell his/her labour and that is what we need for better economy right now especially not a price ceiling which is "a set below the market price, then a "shortage" is created;...
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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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Tutorial 2, Week 3
News Value and News Selection Exercise
MDIA1002 TUTE PREP TUTORIAL TWO (WEEK 3)
NAME: Joyce Yan Lo
STUDENT NO: z3462426
TUTORIAL ID: T15A
PROGRAM AND DATE BROADCAST: 7 News 9th March
ITEM 1: Legionnaires’ outbreak linked to Sydney CBD (Airborne disease has been contracted by 4 men in the Town Hall area)
VALUE/S: High impact – Has an impact on people’s psychological well-being. Anyone who had been around the Town Hall area could feel paranoid or worried that they are carrying the disease.
Medium scope and low severity – Although the disease was reported to be breaking out in a fairly busy and populous area in Sydney, only four people had actually...
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Definition of Business Ethics……………………….2
Background of Fonterra’s Company………………..2
Issues of Fonterra’s company.....................................3
Solution to Issues……………………………………4
Fonterra’s Milk Scandal: The Issues surrounding it and how can Fonterra’s managed the issue?
Milk is a nutritional product very good for health and almost all age are using. The dairy industry is currently developing. Typically, the dairy market today has a millions of different brands of milk from around the world. Dairy industry development because the benefits of milk to provide for...
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Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony; a Commemoration of Rugby’s Origin
27 September 2015
Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony; a Commemoration of Rugby’s Origin
“Ladies and gentlemen, I am greatly honored for being part of this colorful event where history will be made. We are all here to celebrate the opening ceremony of this beautiful landmark in world rugby. We have waited four years, but now we are just one hour away from the kickoff of the first match of the 2015 Rugby world cup in our iconic Twickenham stadium at the heart of England, the beautiful city of London. Wow, this is beautiful; I am...
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It would be difficult to disagree that for one of the smaller representing populations in Australia, Indigenous Australians are at disadvantage in many areas. Areas ranging from employment, housing, justice and education among many more. There have been innumerable efforts at overcoming the disadvantages Aboriginal people have to face. For the purposes of this Essay, literature will be discussed in addressing the social inequality and disadvantage of indigenous people in relation to refining the gap in life expectancy (as a social-economic indicator) and what essential elements need to be considered for the process to work successfully.
There are contending ideas in relevant literature as...
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Case Study – McDonald’s
Case Study McDonald’s
Worksheet 1- Introduction to McDonald’s
Which country does McDonald’s come from?
The United States
How big is McDonald’s among the restaurant chains in the world?
Introduction to McDonald’s
The History and Development of McDonald’s
McDonald’s was founded in 1955 by Mr. Ray. A. Kroc. The first McDonald’s was
opened in Illinois. By August 2002, there were more than 30,000 McDonald’s in 121
places and countries all over the world, including Canada, the Caribbean, Europe,
Central and South America, Australia, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, even Russia and
China. It has the fastest...
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1. Rationale for Selecting the Report:
Dairy sector of Bangladesh is playing an important role in Bangladesh Economy. Country is producing milk well under the requirement and most of the demands are being met from import of dry milk from the international market. This country needs 7.227 million ton milk calculating 120ml per head. Out of which we produced only 2.686 million ton and met up our requirement by importing 52 thousand ton milk power from abroad. Still we have deficit of 3.91 million ton milk. At present, daily per capita milk consumption is less than 60 ml. We are spending 10 billion Taka per annum for importing milk powder from abroad.
The total milk market...
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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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RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
• Volume 16: Issue 2
• Research Note
Highlight, copy & paste to cite:
Pio, E. (2008). Threads of Constraint: Ethnic Minority Migrant Women and Employment, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 16(2), 25-40.
Threads of Constraint: Ethnic Minority Migrant Women and Employment
Nations, organisations and ethnic minority migrants are compelled to deal with issues emerging from the perceptions and politicisation of ethnicity. Issues of ethnicity are often fore grounded in the zone of work...
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| Employer of Choice |
The best employers to work for are those providing leadership, communication, respect and responsibility for their employees, according to a recent study conducted jointly by the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) and Hewitt Associates.The Best Employers to Work for in Australia 2001 study was based around a survey of 160 Australian companies and 25,000 of their employees. The basis of the survey was a people practices inventory from each company, which set out its HR practices. Other aspects of the survey were an employee opinion survey and a questionnaire completed by the CEO. The findings indicated that the qualities needed by an excellent employer...
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If one could have stood out in space for a fantastically long time and looked back at the Earth, one would have seen the continents themselves in motion, drifting apart on their crustal plates, held afloat by the fire beneath. That is a poetically turned phrase from Lewis Thomas, which beautifully sums up the mechanics behind plate tectonics, and ultimately behind earthquakes. The following is a brief sketch on earthquakes, their cause and effect, how they are measured, and an area where they frequently occur.
There are two different plate margins. These are convergent margins and divergent margins. When two plates move and finally come together it is called...
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September 13, 2012
The construction of the Three Gorges Dam is a phenomenal construction masterpiece all in its own. Building the dam took years of preparation and was a construction feat to put even the best physicists and architects to the test. Even though the construction would put many natives out of homes, the end results would provide power to the city and boost the success level of the economy.
The Three Gorges Dam was built on the Yangtze River, which was nicknamed the “Dragon” because of its sheer power and strength. The construction of this dam employed more than 40,000 people and was said to be the largest construction feat since the Great Wall of...
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PIKE RIVER COAL MINE: THE DISASTER
REPORT ON FAILURE OF THE PROJECT
Stu ID- 14854045
05 Oct 2015
Table of Contents
Executive Summery …………………………………………………………………………
1. Introduction …………………………………………………………………………
2. Methodology …………………………………………………………………………
2.1 Factors contributed to project failure …………………………………………
2.2 Failure of theories behind Pike tragedy ………………………………………
3. Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………………
Pike river coal mine was operated by Pike River Coal 46 km (29 mi) north-east of Greymouth in the West Coast Region of New Zealand's South Island. Pike River Coal Company Ltd (Pike) was formed...
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The quantity and quality of available resources and innovations are extremely useful in the explanation of economic growth (Lucas, 1993). Such data is also able to measure various factors e.g. geographical and ecological (Sachs, 2003), and institutional environment in which businesses take place and decisions are being made regarding resource allotments (Gwartney et al., 2006). Moreover, research highlighted a direct link between the significance of service industry and economic growth performance based on US and European data (Bart et al., 2008). Attributable to, however, limited availability of service industry company level data particularly that on economies of scale,...
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The first issues led to another issue of the HRM policy goal. According to Brunetto, Wharton and Shacklock (2011), since the employees did not have much involvement of into the decision making process, they would not have high commitment to the organization goals. This is because the employees do not understand what is the goal the organization wanted to achieve, and if the organizational goal is clarified, they also want to know whether the decision is matched with their personal objectives. From the lacking of acknowledgement and understanding, staffs would somehow do it as the duties they are paid to operate for or worst as they would deny participating in the procedure; hence, the...
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Examination Paper of Marketing Management IIBM Institute of Business Management Examination Paper International Marketing Management Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 Marks) MM.100
This section consists of Multiple Choice & Short Note Type Questions.
Answer all the questions. Part One carries 1 mark each & Part Two carries 5 marks each.
Part One: Multiple choices: 1. International marketing includes activities that direct the flow of goods from: a. One country to one country b. One country to another country c. One country to multiple country d. All of the above
2. ETC stands for______________ a. Expert trading companies b. Essential trading companies c....
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Examination Paper of Marketing Management
IIBM Institute of Business Management
International Marketing Management
Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 Marks)
This section consists of Multiple Choice & Short Note Type Questions.
Answer all the questions.
Part One carries 1 mark each & Part Two carries 5 marks each.
International marketing includes activities that direct the flow of goods from:
a. One country to one country
b. One country to another country
c. One country to multiple country
d. All of the above
2. ETC stands for______________
a. Expert trading companies
b. Essential trading companies
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Brief Description of the Organisation – ‘The Luxury Hotel Group
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The Luxury Hotel Group
The Luxury Hotel Group started business with two small boutique style hotels in Melbourne, Australia. The group is owned and financed by a large consortium of international business experts and several large investment companies. It is in a strong financial position for expansion.
Over a period of 15 years it has grown to now comprise a chain of 20 hotels across 5 different countries in the Australasian region. This growth was a result of an acquisition of a small hotel chain and establishment of some new properties, mainly in Australia. The group employs cultural...
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CASE STUDY – AVIATION
Airline takes off with Comscentre
The Business Challenge
As Air Asia continue to expand their network of destinations, particularly through their international long-haul brand, Air Asia X, increasing pressure was being placed on their global call centre located in Kuala Lumpur. Additionally, there was increasing demand for a single global data and telephony network which could seamlessly expand with the business into new markets internationally, while remaining centrally managed and keeping overhead costs to a minimum in line with the company’s low cost business model and strategy. “Air Asia operates on a ‘low cost airline’ model globally, which means we...
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1.1 THE DAIRY INDUSTRY
India is the world’s largest producer of dairy products by volume and it also has the world’s largest dairy herd with 194mn cows and 155mn buffaloes. The country accounts for more than 13% of world’s total milk production and is also the world’s largest consumer of dairy products, consuming almost all of its own milk production. Milk production in India has developed significantly in the past few decades from a low volume of 17 million tons in 1951 to 127.3 million tonnes in 2012. Currently, the Indian dairy market is growing at an annual rate of 7%.
Dairying has helped in alleviating poverty and providing employment...
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9 May 2012
Australia – one of the world’s leading investment destinations
Australia continues to be a top destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), with total FDI stock growing 6.6 per cent to reach a record A$507 billion in 2011. This growth reflects the upturn in global FDI activity since 2010 and Australia’s strong competitive position in the global economy. The country’s robust economy, strategic location, strong global trade and investment ties, and proven track record of innovation position Australia as an ideal investment destination; Australia ranks amongst the top 10 in those projects highlighted by FDI Intelligence and A.T. Kearney’s 2012 FDI Confidence...
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The issue that the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) is disputing is whether Owen was considered to be in business during the years ended March 2008 and 2009. To determine this, we need to look at the definition of a business and compare the facts in Owen’s case to conclude whether a business exists. In considering this, we will need to determine the dates of commencement and cessation for the business (if it is in fact a business) to help us decide the period in which expenses can be claimed.
DEFINITON OF A BUSINESS
The Income Tax Act (ITA) 2007 defines business income as “An amount that a person derives from a business is income of that person” (Income...
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Under Armour: Using IMC to create a brand for this generation’s athletes.
Question1. What promotional opportunities gave Under Armour its initial success?
Answer. Under Armour achieved its initial success due to a couple of promotional elements found in Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) which created a promotional mix and by also purchasing a patent for its product. The first of these promotional elements used by Under Armour during its early years is advertising.
Under Armour first began advertising by word of mouth after photos had appeared in the USA today paper of an Oakland player football player wearing an Under Armour shirt. This created major publicity for Under Armour...
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Google is a great innovative technology company that has changed on how we use the internet. Google is well known for being one of the best internet search engines to grace our world today. Along with that Google has been a part of the mobile technology world since the introduction of Android phones and has been the best friend for many for wanting to know something in a hurry. Naturally as the mobile demand grows Google will want to be a part of that market share.
Google’s attempt to buy into the wireless spectrum was part of Google’s idea of bringing the internet to everyone everywhere. Google knew that the large key players such as AT&T and Verizon, although doing their...
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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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Who talk too much
The essay “Women talk too much” by Janet Holmes begins by showing many proverbs point out that women are too talkative. She is trying to prove her points through the use of her research from talk show, seminars, and many other areas. Holmes does all she can to demonstrate that women in fact talk less than men. From most of her investigations, we can know that women do not talk too much, and it is men who tend to insist other hear their opinions more than women do.
But why everyone would actually care whether women are talking too much or not? This is hard for me to understand. Take it as an example, when four girls hang out to high tea and talk more per hour than...
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There are many types of vegetarians; some of the most common are Vegans, Lacto-vegetarians, and Lacto-ovo- vegetarians, Pesco-vegetarians, and Pollo-vegetarians. Vegans live on only plant foods; some of these things include vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, grains, and many more. Lacto vegetarians eat vegetables they also include dairy into their diets. Pesco vegetarians add fish into their diets, and Pollo vegetarians eat poultry such as chicken, duck, game, and birds. Pollo vegetarians exclude omit red meat out of their diets.
There are many health benefits of a vegetarian lifestyle. As said by the Harvard Women’s Health Watch in Should I Become a Vegetarian?, “If you stop...
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Mixing alcohol with other substances such as energy drinks is never really a good idea, and pairing it with energy drinks may become very dangerous, especially for the young adults whom drink it more often.
A teenage girl at the aged 16, died after consuming three cans of pulse, which is a mix of vodka, soda and guarana, at a party in Cheltenham. An autopsy was conducted and it was found that the cause of death could not be determined. At a certain point, alcohol stops making a person intoxicated and doing liver damage and starts to do SERIOUS cellular damage to all parts of the body. Your blood stops being efficient at oxygenating muscles and tissues, and the alcohol itself contribute to...
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The Monstrous Dawn of Progress January 12, 2012
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman (1903) "Maxims for Revolutionists"
We all know progress is the idea that the world can become increasingly better in terms of science, technology, modernization, liberty, democracy and quality of life. These term looks forward to an ideal completeness or perfection in respect of quality or condition; -- applied to individuals, communities, or the race;...
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The IMF and World Bank are the world’s two leading lending institutions, but much of their monetary assistance disappears once it enters the banking systems of developing countries. Cite concrete evidence that supports the assertion that much assistance to developing countries is simply stolen by officials. Determine other main factors that account for the misuse of these funds.
corrupt government officials. Money, of course, is a fungible commodity, and once aid money from the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank enters a government’s budgetary stream, it become difficult to trace. Even to the extent loans and grants are tied to specific projects, for example, construction of...
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A. Types of beer
Yeasts that ferment at warmer temperatures, usually between 15.5 and 24 °C (60 and 75 °F), form a layer of foam on the surface of the fermenting beer, which is why they are referred to as top-fermenting yeasts. Yeasts that ferment at considerably lower temperatures, around 10 °C (50 °F), have the ability to process a chemical compound known as raffinose, a complex sugar created during fermentation. These yeasts collect at the bottom of the fermenting beer and are therefore referred to as bottom-fermenting yeast. The majority of beer in production today is fermented in this way and is called lager.
Beer style is a term used to differentiate and...
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When it comes to FX trading, traders have two sets of currencies that come in a pair. The fluctuations in the exchange rate between these two currencies are where a trader looks to make profit on the Exchange Market.
If trader believes that the foreign currency will appreciate against the USD, the trader’s profits will rise with every increase in the exchange price. However if the foreign currency were to fall against the dollar, than the trader would take a loss. Seems simple enough, however traders have option to buy or sell that foreign currency at any time and can go both ways of the currency. So even if the foreign currency were to depreciate against the USD, the trader can still make...
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When turning on your local news channels in the morning what are some of the common topics being discussed that you have noticed? Probably the presidential election, acts of crime or the addiction problem on the rise. Over the past couple of years the addiction rate has skyrocketed and it seems that it’s almost an everyday occurrence that you hear about someone overdosing or something happening that affects society in a negative way. When thinking about addiction not many people think about the families who are involved, but in reality they are affected in a big way too. Families suffer in many ways, more than what could even be thought of, such as an emotional toll or even a tidal wave...
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Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar English pronunciation: /səˈtʃɪn tɛnˈduːlkər/ ( listen) AM(born 24 April 1973) is an Indian cricketer widely considered to be the greatestbatsman of all time, after Don Bradman. In 2002, just 12 years into his career,Wisden ranked him the second greatest Test batsman of all time, behind Donald Bradman, and the second greatest one-day-international (ODI) batsman of all time, behind Viv Richards. Tendulkar was a part of the 2011 Cricket World Cup winningIndian team in the later part of his career, his first such win in six World Cup appearances for India. He was also the recipient of Player of the Tournament award of ICC World Cup, 2003 held in South Africa.
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Ss."Cyril and Methodius" University in Skopje
Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus"-Skopje
Master’s Degree programme in Intellectual Property Law (LL.M.)
The abuse of the cyberspace - jeopardizing the copyrights
Prof. Goce Naumovski, PhD
I.I The rise of technology and Internet as a platform for new problems
So cyberspace is real. And so are the risks that come with it. - President Barack Obama1
Despite the many and obvious benefits of the modern electronic communications development,it has also brought with it the worrying threat of intentional attacks against information systems and network platforms/infrastructures. As cyberspace...
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Business source complete
Great Eastern Life Assurance this week became the first Asian insurance company outside Australia or Japan to sell a subordinated bond. The Singaporean borrower raised S$400m ($310.5m) in a deal that bankers hope will encourage regulators across Asia to let insurers turn to the debt markets to shore up their capital positions.
Singapore is rare among Asian countries in having explicit capital regulations for insurance companies that allow the use of various forms of debt, as well as equities, to function as capital.
But no issuer had tested the regulations before, and the lead managers held long discussions with the Monetary Authority of Singapore while they were...
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Running head: HEALTH PROMOTION
Health Promotion: Educating The Nurse and The Public
Grand Canyon University
Family Centered Health Promotion
The Healthy People 2010 report designates nursing as one of the prime proponents of health promotion. Nurses are the largest single group of health care providers in the United States with an estimated 2.6 million registered nurses practicing (ANA) throughout the country. As the largest field of health care providers nurses will have a huge affect on health promotion and health education through community, hospital and legislative based activity. More importantly,...
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Budget Airline Industry Analysis
By Jaeyeong Ahn 1155032046
Xie Jianting 1155001899
Shi Weiran 1155002072
Tan Jiayi 1009609441
Gao Jingya 1155001997
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. Budget Airline Industry
2.1 Definition & Pricing Model
2.2 Common Practices to Lower Overall Costs
2.3 Development of Budget Airline in America, Europe and Asia
3. Hong Kong Market Analysis
3.1 Competitive Landscape
3.2 Major Budget Airlines in Hong Kong
3.3 Market Analysis
3.4 Target Customer Analysis
4. SWOT Analysis of Budget Airlines
4. 3 Opportunities