Greater china

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  • It is three days' easy journey from Japan to China. It is doubtful whether anywhere in the world another journey of the same length brings with it such a complete change of political temper and belief. Certainly it is greater than the alteration perceived in journeying directly from San Francisco to Shanghai. The difference is not one in customs and modes of life; that goes without saying. It concerns the ideas, beliefs and alleged information current about one and the same fact: the status of Japan in the international world and especially its attitude toward China.

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  • An extended range of new sensing applications and solutions have emerged in different fields such as rural and forest fire detection [1], monitoring of industrial manufacturing processes [2], transport/logistics [3], and for personal services in areas such as healthcare and Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) [4]. These new advanced applications based on a new generation of sensing and communication capabilities are a consequence of the continuous advances in sensor technologies and wireless communication protocols that allow for greater autonomy of sensor nodes.

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  • Capital markets are becoming global markets and commercial real estate markets are no exception. Recently, international real estate investors have expressed interest in investing in the Asian emerging markets. Three main reasons can be given for investing in such markets. First the strong economic performance in the region, at least up to 1997 and the huge growth potential of the region in the future.

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  • Since other public investments can provide greater short-term employment and business activity per dollar spent, transportation projects would not be selected if economic stimulation were the only objective. Transportation investments justified if they also increase future economic productivity by reducing business transportation costs, such as traffic congestion and energy consumption, or achieve other objectives such as improved mobility for non-drivers.

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  • By 2050, Chinese and global agriculture are expected to enter a new era of development. Global population increase and economic development, particularly in developing countries, will lead to greater human demand for food and fiber. The demand for multifunctional agriculture will also increase as the worsening global energy crisis induces the rise of the biomass energy industry. Demand growth, diversification and market expansion provide unlimited reverie for the future development of agriculture.

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  • Sulfur trioxide irritates the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. A concentration of 1 volume of SO3 in a million volumes of air (one part per million or 1 ppm) is enough to cause coughing and choking. Sulfur trioxide dissolves in water to form sulfuric acid, which is a strong acid capable of corroding or destroying many materials. Sulfur trioxide can absorb moisture from the atmosphere to form very fine droplets of sulfuric acid. Inhalation of these droplets can harm the respiratory system. Chronic exposure leads to a much greater likelihood of suffering from bronchitis.

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  • In this paper we review the fiscal evolution of China and Russia, asking how the process of creating a separate, tax-financed public sector in the two countries differed. We observe that the size of China's budget sector was consistently smaller than in Russia and that budget decentralization was consistently greater. We see both pros and cons in China's decentralization. Local governments that were allowed to keep marginal increases in local tax revenue had incentives to pursue growth-supporting policies, including support for foreign investment and export-oriented production.

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  • The phenomenon of judicialization is attracting increasing attention in socio-legal studies. In a wide variety of countries and settings, courts and court-like processes are playing an increasingly important role in politics and society. The causes of this trend are complex, and not completely understood. Nor, we are quick to point out, is the trend a universal one. Nevertheless, we believe the growing role of courts is significant enough to warrant further examination.

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  • Activity in the Asian real estate investment market rose significantly during the third quarter of 2010 and the period saw a noticeable improvement in investor sentiment. The quarter saw most of the region’s major real estate markets regain momentum after they had endured a brief period of uncertainty following the onset of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis.

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  • ASIA Investment marketview Q3 2010 presents market overview, economic update, features, retail, industrial, luxury residential, major micromarkets by sector, terminology & definitions, contacts, ASIA offices, Asia map.

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  • The General Meeting adopts only resolutions placed in the agenda. Valid resolutions in respect of matters which were not mentioned on the agenda in the convocation letter or which have not been published in the same manner and with due observance of the period set for convocation, can only be taken by unanimous votes in a meeting where the entire issued capital is represented. Resolutions are passed by an absolute majority of the votes cast, unless the Dutch law or the Articles of Association prescribe a greater majority. The agenda contains such business as may be placed...

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  • Conserving biodiversity is a daunting and complex task. Perhaps no species presents a greater challenge than the giant panda – one of the most recognized and threatened animals on the planet. Its difficult-to-traverse, mountainous habitat in China makes quantifying population numbers in the wild exceedingly difficult. Despite a recent survey suggesting that the wild population may be growing, there is no disagreement that the primary threat is severely fragmented habitat.

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  • In the current five-year plan (1991-1995), China plans to place greatest efforts on developing infrastructure, particularly thermoelectric and hydropower installations, new railway systems, large deep-sea ports, a national phone network, and food processing and chemical plants. Local governments also have their own blue prints for local construction besides the central government integrative plan. For example, Guangxi province has 24 new and rebuilt major projects in 1992.

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  • We posit that the Russian fiscal system presents noteworthy shortcomings relative to the Chinese system. These include lack of transparency in the capture of energy revenues, lack of integration of fiscal expenditures into a unified Treasury system, and massive implicit subsidies in relationships between producers and both national and sub- national governments. Further, we argue that, at least in the rapidly-growing coastal provinces of China, the public sector in China is moving more rapidly than in Russia toward a greater orientation to growth-supporting activities.

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  • China’s papermaking technology itself is relatively similar across establishments because, until recently, the industry relied on a couple of domestic manufacturers making nearly identical machines for each stage in the papermaking process (CTAPI (1993)). The critical differences in the technology come from the use of two alternative raw materials (wood and non-wood fibers) and from the production of either bleached or unbleached papers. Both differences are important to understanding the industry’s pollution.

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  • Source: From a study of 347 patients referred to the National Institutes of Health from 1961 to 1977 with a presumptive diagnosis of FUO of 6 months' duration (R Aduan et al. Prolonged fever of unknown origin. Clin Res 26:558A, 1978). More than 200 conditions may be considered in the differential diagnosis of classic FUO in adults; the most common of these are listed in Table 19-3. This list applies strictly to the United States. Geographic considerations are paramount.

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  • Between 2000 and 2005, Russia’s share of EU gas imports declined from 50% to 40%3 , Russian gas represented only 25% of EU gas needs, while the Union accounted for 70% of Russia’s sales. Russia may supply a large percentage of the EU’s energy, but given the absence of pipelines to China, Russia - at least in the medium term - has no practical alternative to the EU market. Measured in ‘soft power’ terms, the EU’s lead is even greater. An opinion poll for the BBC World Service in 33 countries showed that not one had a predominantly negative view of...

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