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  • The service sector accounts for more than 70 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) of advanced industrial economies. Though trade in services is difficult to calculate and many transactions still go uncounted, current estimates place the worth of such trade as at least $2.5 trillion, or about a third of total world trade. For the United States, the world’s most advanced industrial economy, the service sector looms even larger. Services account for almost 80 percent of U.S. production and U.S. employment (while manufacturing accounts for 19 percent of U.S.

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  • Simply, using electronic means/methods to implement commercial activities ... Behind this there is a great changes in habits, culture and traditional activities in commerce world E-commerce: ... new products & services (only a little) ... new markets (only new way to approach markets) … more important: establish a new methods of transations, increase efficiency, competitive capacity, expansion of markets

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  • In September 2006, as a result of advocacy by international and national non-governmental organisations (NGOs), the United Nations (UN) General Assembly finally adopted the target of universal access to reproductive health. This health key issues guide explores issues relating to universal access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services using a rights-based approach. The guide examines factors that inhibit access to and use of SRH services, and discusses methods for removing barriers to care and improving access.

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  • A challenging issue for boards can be finding directors who reflect the diversity of the community in which the organization operates. Boards benefit from having members with a variety of experiences and outlooks. They may encounter problems, however, if individual directors see themselves only as representatives of specific communities or interest groups. Representation that gives rise to the formation of camps or factions on the board can be a barrier to effective goal-setting and decision-making.

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  • The skin is the largest organ of the body and its main function is to protect the organism against undesirable effects of the environment. The skin is composed of three different layers: epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. The epidermis contains the stratum corneum, the uppermost layer of the epidermis, that acts as the barrier function of the skin due to its very high density and its low hydration. The dermis is an extensive vascular network providing skin nutrition, repair, thermal regulation and immune response.

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  • the prevalence of HiV/aiDS among pregnant women is 0.9% (i.e. low for the region). Whilst 57% and 71% of women and men respectively have ever heard about aiDS, knowledge of prevention of transmission through the use of condoms was very low. there are currently no national guidelines for Prevention of Mother to child transmission (PMtct) or Highly active antiretroviral therapy (Haart). coverage for PMtct is accordingly very low: only 11 pregnant women living with HiV received PMtct services in 2007, an estimated coverage of 1% (11/940 women).

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  • Despite significant accomplishments to date, kidney transplantation is a relatively young field in medicine. Due to the armamentarium of agents available to effectively suppress the immune system, the past decade has seen a shift in focus from prevention of rejection to a focus on extending the life of the allograft and novel strategies to increase the organ donor pool. This book covers basic concepts in kidney transplantation while also addressing ways to manage kidney transplant recipients in order to maximize patient and graft survival.

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  • Well-Defined Currency. Almost all previously de- ployed computational markets have used a virtual cur- rencies instead of real cash. The low barrier to utiliza- tion and low stakes in case of deployment error make simple closed virtual currencies attractive to developers. In these scenarios, it is all too easy to skip the monetary policy considerations that make currencies work. For all of their bootstrapping advantages, virtual cur- rencies require initial thought and ongoing care to func- tion properly.

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  • This paper reports the results of the first phase of a mixed methods study investigating the attitudes of students enrolled in a distance education Master of Business Administration (MBA) program towards engaging in greater online interaction with other students. The program is delivered by Chifley Business School, the training arm of the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA). It currently has almost 1000 enrolled students located around Australia and across...

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  • Mounting evidence suggests that antecedents of adult mental disorders can be detected in children and adolescents. The development of policies and programmes for child and adolescent mental health have lagged those for adult mental disorders. The reasons for the lag are many, including widespread lack of knowledge about child development and childhood mental disorders, relatively weak advocacy, lack of training and in many parts of the world, absent fi nancial and professional resources for programme development and implementation.

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  • We then look at how the credit rating industry evolved, and how its interaction with regulatory authorities served as a barrier to entry. We then show how these ingredients combined to contribute to the subprime mortgage debacle and associated fifi nancial crisis.

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  • A detailed situational analysis of the nutrition situation in country, determinants of malnutrition and current nutrition interventions, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats can be found in annex 2. In brief, eighteen years of war and insecurity have had devastating effects on the nutrition and health status of the people of Somalia, which was already precarious even before.

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  • This book is for anyone with an interest in maternal and child health, but in particular for people who can play a role in strengthening it. The Asia Pacific has some of the biggest health challenges of any region. Here, health is a complex issue, at the heart of community development and wellbeing and yet held back by resources, attitudes and traditions. These aspects come together as barriers to deny fair access to health for more than half the people living in the Asia Pacific.

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  • Each year, $100 billion is spent on pain care, yet 40% of Americans experience daily pain, including 50 million people with chronic pain and 25 million people with acute pain. The prevalence of pain has a tremendous impact on business, with an estimated annual cost of $60 billion plus in lost productivity. Despite advances in the treatment of pain, the quality of pain care remains far below the potential for optimal care, and ineffective pain treatment continues to be a growing problem in the United States.

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  • In the UK, a Flood Risk Management Plan is currently being developed to protect London and the Thames Estuary for the next 100 years. A multi-faceted study of adaptation options underway includes 337 km of coastal defenses with nine barriers.

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  • This study looks at whether Vietnam could adopt the Payment for Environmental Services (PES) approach as part of its national conservation strategy. Using a pilot study in the country’s uplands, it investigates how such a scheme might run and assesses its impact on the environment and on the local people’s livelihoods. Through a review of current Vietnamese conservation practice, it assesses the barriers to the adoption of such schemes and the factors that might encourage their implementation....

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  • When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit. 2. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly installed. 3. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards. 4. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit. 5.

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  • Paradoxically, skin is both a primary barrier to systemic absorption of topically exposed chemicals and a portal to systemic delivery of transdermal medicaments. Knowledge of the factors that determine both extent and rate of chemical flux across the skin is an important component of both toxicology and pharmacology studies. The aim of this book is to provide current approaches and techniques by which dermal absorption may be quantitated utilizing end points relative to these two disciplines.

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  • This book presents and discusses current research in the field of biology, with a particular emphasis on biological factors and their role in health and well-being. Topics discussed include the biotechnology of cyanobacteria; the reasons why glucose is the principal source of energy for living beings; post-transcriptional effects of estrogen on gene expression; sialylation mechanism in bacteria and the evolution biology of health and disease clinical medicine from a Darwinian perspective.

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  • Despite the large social benefits from PAYD, there are currently several barriers to its widespread adoption, including the cost to monitor miles traveled and some state insur- ance regulations. In order to facilitate the spread of PAYD, we propose a three-part strat- egy. First, states should pass legislation permitting mileage-based insurance premiums. Second, the federal government should increase the funding available to PAYD pilot pro- grams by $15 million over five years.

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