The Slovak National Cleaner Production Centre is composed of a non-profit organization and a business enterprise thereby enabling the centre to work effectively in delivering value-adding services to businesses and acting as a public advocate for Cleaner Production, while at the same time retaining the added value from close collaboration and joint efforts.
CENTRE IN BRIEF The Slovak NCPC was established in 1994, originally as part of the National Industrial Association, and then as a separate not-for-profit independent civic association.
The state-of-the-art infrastructure facility at IIFT
includes well equipped computer centre which
caters to the students and faculty member's specific
requirements. Most of the activities which require IT
support revolve around the training and research
The computer labs for the students are open 24
hours wi th adequate number of desktop
connections. This facility also houses the provision
to conduct online assessment activities ...
The bottom line of the table grosses up the numbers
for industry totals, by assuming that 80% is covered by the
top 10 firms. For the margin lending we assume 75% is
covered by member of the NYSE.
The main point to note is that counterparty exposure
differs considerably between the prime brokers, with higher
risk-taking firms (to generate higher returns) showing high
exposures relative to tier 1 capital, and more conservative
firms showing much lower ratios. The total exposure of the
top 10 firms is about USD 2.9 trillion, and total Tier 1
capital is around...
At the meeting of the European Council on 16–17 June 2005, two weeks after
the negative referendums on the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe,
the Heads of State and Government agreed upon a period of reflection ‘to
enable a broad debate to take place in each of our countries, involving citizens,
civil society, social partners, national parliaments and political parties’. While
some declared the Constitutional Treaty dead and others carried on with the
processes leading to its ratification, the academic debate continued....
Bangladesh Serves as an Archetype for
Between 1990 and 2010, Bangladesh saw a 66
percent reduction in its under-five child mortality
rate, thanks to renewed focus on key
child health interventions. Over the next few
years, this trend will continue with the planned
rollout of new vaccines, including pneumococcal
conjugate vaccine (PCV) in 2013. Pneumonia
accounted for 16 percent of all deaths in
children under age five in Bangladesh in 2008.