Clothing industries

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  • Th e ste el industry is one of man y major wo rl d industries exte nsively restructured in th is era of globalizatio n. The Global Restructuring of the Steel Indu stry explains how and why th e steel ind ustry has shifted from advanced ca pita list countries to late ind ustria lizing countries. Drawing upon case studies of th e steel industr y in th e US, Japan, South Korea, Brazil and India, Anthony P.D'Costa examines the relationship between industri al cha nge and institutional responses to techn ological diffusion....

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  • industrialisation strategies adopted and economic policies followed have shown great differences before and after 1980. An import substitution policy had been implemented until 1980. However, after 1980, significant progress has been made towards establishing the principles and fundamentals of a market economy through the introduction of export-oriented industrialisation. These reforms made significant contribution to the dynamism of the private sector and improved the adaptability of Turkish economy to internal and external impacts.

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  • The liberalization of U.S. trade policy towards Vietnam raised concerns about possible dumping by Vietnamese clothing exporters. Some members of Congress and U.S. clothing and textiles companies argued that a surge in Vietnamese imports may harm the U.S. clothing and textile industry.

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  • California-based company seeking to expand its sales overseas is looking for sales professionals to cover territory in the Pacific Rim region. Successful candidates will have a minimum of two years experience in sales, preferably in the clothing industry, as well as a good professional appearance, excellent communication skills, and a college degree.

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  • Vvolume 3 - European culture from the Renaissance to the modern era. Volume 3 featuresthe costume traditions of the developing European nation-statesin the fifteenth through the nineteenth centuries, and looks at theimportance of the royal courts in introducing clothing styles andthe shift from home-based garmentmaking to shop-based and thenfactory-based industry.

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  • Municipal waste consists of everyday items that we use and then throw away, such as product packaging, grass clippings, furniture, clothing, bottles, food scraps, newspapers, appliances, paint, and batteries, which comes from our homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses. Industrial hazardous waste is waste from industrial practices that causes a threat to human or environmental health. As waste generation increases with population expansion and industrialization, waste disposal has become a global challenge for both the developed and developing countries....

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  • Did Bruce Lee take his training seriously? "While Bruce was in Hong Kong filming in late 1971 or early 1972, he had his weight equipment and training gear shipped to him," says Ted Wong, who met Lee in 1967 and trained with him for more than six years. "He wanted to stay in shape. So we packed his bags, but we did not send any clothes because he said he could buy them cheap in Hong Kong. We just packed training equipment. When he saw all the bags filled with training equipment, he laughed and said, ‘Now I’m going to...

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  • We had returned to Japan in the midst of the first rainy season, and all the day through, June 25th, and two nights, a gentle rain fell at Nagasaki, almost without interruption. Across the narrow street from Hotel Japan were two of its guest houses, standing near the front of a wall-faced terrace rising twenty-eight feet above the street and facing the beautiful harbor. They were accessible only by winding stone steps shifting on paved landings to continue the ascent between retaining walls overhung with a wealth of shrubbery clothed in the densest foliage, so green and liquid in...

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  • As well as a rise in total consumption, there have been changes in the pattern of consumption. First, most consumer expenditure is on food, clothing, and basic commodities. These items account for nearly 80% of all consumer expenditure, with expenditure on food alone responsible for 50% of consumption spending. Second, expenditure on foodstuffs as a proportion of total expenses has declined, falling from 13% in 1982, to 8% in 1986, and to less than 7% in 1990.

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  • Charles Kingsley makes this point in his 1873 lecture “Nausicaa in London: Or, the Lower Education of Woman,” in which he quotes the passage in The Odyssey in which Nausicaa plays ball with her female companions on the beach(62). J. Moyr Smith makes this explicit with regard to Greek clothing in his book Ancient Greek Female Costume in 1882: “Though more fully clad in most parts of Greece than in Sparta, the costume of the young girls and women was such as allowed the body to develop its natural beauty, and permitted a graceful freedom of motion” (17)....

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  • We had come to learn how the old-world farmers bad been able to provide materials for food and clothing on such small areas for so many millions, at so low a price, during so many centuries, and were anxious to see them at the soil and among the crops. The sun was still south of the equator, coming north only about twelve miles per day, so, to save time, we booked on the next steamer for Hongkong to meet spring at Canton, beyond the Tropic of Cancer, six hundred miles farther south, and return with her. On the morning of...

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  • Bài 16: active and passive sentences (thể chủ động và bị động) Part 1 - THE DIALOGUE (đối thoại) Anh Bill, người chăn cừu, sẽ kể cho các bạn nghe về ngành chăn nuôi cừu. Dialogue 1: BILL: QUESTION: BILL: There are millions of sheep in Australia. The sheep industry produces meat for food, and wool for clothing. How is wool produced? Well…first there's the shearing. The sheep are taken to the shearing shed where they're shorn. Then the fleece - that's the wool - is thrown onto a table where it's cleaned up a bit. The fleeces are sorted… Some...

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  • EVERYDAY ENGLISH FROM AUSTRALIA – Series 2 TIẾNG ANH THÔNG DỤNG Ở AUSTRALIA – Loạt 2 Bài 16: active and passive sentences (thể chủ động và bị động) Part 1 - THE DIALOGUE (đối thoại) Anh Bill, người chăn cừu, sẽ kể cho các bạn nghe về ngành chăn nuôi cừu. Dialogue 1: BILL: QUESTION: BILL: There are millions of sheep in Australia. The sheep industry produces meat for food, and wool for clothing. How is wool produced? Well…first there's the shearing. The sheep are taken to the shearing shed where they're shorn.

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  • Industry worldwide is losing billions of dollars a year due to misalignment of machinery. The heart and soul of virtually every industrial operation pivots on keeping rotating machinery in good working order. Countless processes are dependent on the successful operation of rotating machines that produce electric power, fuels, paper, steel, glass, pharmaceuticals, the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the buildings we live and work in, and the vehicles that transport us across the surface of the Earth....

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  • The U.S. apparel industry is large, mature, slow growing, and highly fragmented (Wagle). “Clothing that is sold in the United States is produced both domestically and internationally.” According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, domestic apparel production in 2001 approximately equaled $23.3 billion, a slight decline from $24.7 billion in 2000. Apparel imports for 2002 approximately equaled $63.8 billion and exports were $5.5 billion, a figure that is continually falling in the past two years.

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  • Whether there ever was, is, or will be, an industrious nation poor, or an idle rich? 2. Qu. Whether a people can be called poor, where the common sort are well fed, clothed, and lodged? 3. Qu. Whether the drift and aim of every wise State should not be, to encourage industry in its members? And whether those who employ neither heads nor hands for .the common benefit deserve not to be expelled like drones out of a well-governed State? 4. Qu. Whether the four elements, and man's labour therein, be not the true source of wealth? 5. Qu. Whether...

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