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  • The world economy of today is more integrated and interdependent than ever before. The fact that in many industries historically distinct and separate markets are merging into one global market leads towards an environment that offers more opportunities, but is also more complex and competitive than it used to be. One of the main factors that drive today’s economy is technology.

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  • The use of red lead in battery plates is not very well known to a large segment of the lead–acid battery industry. Historically, it was used in pasted and tubular positive plates in order to improve their formation time and enhance deep-cycle performance. Although the use of red lead has diminished over the last few decades, many companies are again considering the use of red lead in their plates. This article aims to give manufacturers a solid knowledge of the properties of red lead, including production and handling methods.

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  • Floriculture industry in India is in a boom in recent years. Maharashtra is the leading state in India for cut roses consumption and export. The study is based on data collected from 30 producers growing cut roses in polyhouses around Pune city for the year 2013-14. The average cost of erection of polyhouse (0.24 ha.) was around Rs.23.13 Lakhs. The average cost of cultivation of cut roses was worked to Rs. 5.97 lakh and it was decreased across the size group of polyhouses.

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  • We present a study of the polarization observables of the W and Z bosons in the process pp → W±Z → e ±νeµ +µ − at the 13 TeV Large Hadron Collider. The calculation is performed at next-to-leading order, including the full QCD corrections as well as the electroweak corrections, the latter being calculated in the double-pole approximation. The results are presented in the helicity coordinate system adopted by ATLAS and for different inclusive cuts on the di-muon invariant mass.

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  • Lignocellulosic biomass bioethanol production, commonly referred to as Second Generation biofuels, using agricultural residues, forest residues, energy feedstocks, municipalities, and other waste crop solids is considered as a promising alternative energy source in order to minimize reliance on limited fossil sources, greenhouse gas emissions, and environmental pollutions. Bioethanol from food based materials may lead to „„food vs fuel” conflict with the increase of world population.

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  • Pangasius (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus) (catfish) is a popular food in many countries around the world as well as in Viet Nam. At the same time, Pangasius also brings great economic benefits from the exportation. However, unplanned catfish farming leads to environmental degradation, susceptible to disease and high consumption of water. Modeling is a solution that helps to better control the biological processes in the pond, optimizes feed supply and water use.

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  • Reducing the overall time from receiving the order to delivering the product makes your company more responsive to the customer. This can become the deciding factor when the customer makes their selection. As can be seen, manufacturing is only one part of the entire process. Inputting, processing, and issuing orders is an area for improvement, as well as, assembly, loading and delivery to the customer`

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  • Combining investment in public transportation capital and operations within the US, the analysis indicates that an average of 36,000 jobs are supported for one year, per billion dollars of annual spending on public transportation, given the existing mix of operations (71 percent) and capital (29 percent) expenditures.

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  • Mutations in the alanine-glyoxylate aminotransferase gene (AGXT) are responsible for primary hyperoxaluria type I, a rare disease characterized by excessive hepatic oxalate production that leads to renal failure. A deeper understanding of the changes in the metabolic pathways secondary to the lack of AGXT expression is needed in order to explore substrate depletion as a therapeutic strategy to limit oxalate production in primary hyperoxal-uria type I.

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  • The Just-In-Time (JIT) philosophy has received a great deal of attention. Several actions such as improving quality, reducing setup cost and shortening lead time have been recognized as effective ways to achieve the underlying goal of JIT. This paper considers the partial backorders, lot size reorder point inventory system with an imperfect production process.

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  • International market selection for conducting exports is based on various trade and economic factors. It is very important to understand how to efficiently trade with another country and to maintain consistency. However, such a consistency is not possible in the case of economics. Therefore, using an efficiency measure helps us to explore and benchmark a country’s exportation businesses. The main goal of this study is to develop an integrated data envelopment analysis (DEA) model to explore the most productive manner through which Vietnam exports goods to other countries.

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  • Carbonylation is one of the most important reactions leading to C-C bond formation. Direct synthesis of carbonyl compounds with CO gives rise to carboxylic acids and their derivatives, such as esters, amides, lactones, lactams etc. The process can be represented by the simple reactions of Scheme 5.1. In general, carbonylation proceeds via activation of a C-H or a C-X bond in the olefins and halides or alcohols, respectively, followed by COinsertion into the metal-carbon bond.

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  • A further barrier to pension funds‟ investment in green projects is their lack of knowledge and experience not only with „green‟ projects, but with infrastructure investments in general (which green projects are often a subsector of) and the financing vehicles involved (such as private equity funds or structured products).

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  • Climate change (CC) is one of the most significant challenges facing human beings in the 21st century. CC will seriously affect lives, production and environment worldwide. It also leads to the increasing temperature and one of its consequences is sea level rise, resulting in unpredicted changes of the river flow. This may cause more severe floods, serious drought and water shortage, further to continent of the salinity intrusions and negatively effect on the human’s lives, socio-economic development.

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  • Typically the processes are adapted from wood processing which benefit from the larger mill size (Paper I). However, concerns associated with the local availability of non-wood raw material force pulp mills to remain small and thus lead to the need for processes to be as simple as possible in order to be competitive unless very valuable by-products can also be extracted. The benefits of utilising agro-fibres are their generally lower lignin content compared with woods (Grant 1958, Hurter 1988).

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  • The defensive function of the glucosinolate–myrosinase system in plants of the order Capparales results from the formation of isothiocyanates when glucosinolates are hydrolysed by myrosinases upon tissue damage. In some glucosinolate-containing plant species, as well as in the insect herbivore Pieris rapae, protein factors alter the outcome of myrosinase-catalysed glu-cosinolate hydrolysis, leading to the formation of products other than isothiocyanates.

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  • Climate change (CC) is one of the most significant challenges facing human beings in the 21st century. CC will seriously affect lives, production and environment worldwide. It also leads to the increasing temperature and one of its consequences is sea level rise, resulting in unpredicted changes of the river flow. This may cause more severe floods, serious drought and water shortage, further to continent of the salinity intrusions and negatively effect on the human’s lives, socio-economic development.

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  • There are only a couple of educational institutions including universities that look into media education, and offer projects and conferences. According to Kumar, media education should lead to democratic communication. He defines media education as a teaching method that uses formal, non-formal, and informal approaches to impart a critical understanding of various media in order to lead to greater responsibility, greater participation in the production of media as well as to a greater interest in the sales and reception of media.

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  • EU milk production increased steadily in the 1970s and 1980s due to the price support policy within the Common Market Organisation (CMO) for Milk and Milk Products. By the late 1970s milk production outstripped overall milk consumption and lead to rapidly rising expenditures for the stocking of butter and SMP. In order to limit public expenditure on the sector, to control milk production, and to stabilise milk prices and the agricultural income of milk producers, EU MS agreed to impose milk quotas by the milk marketing year 1984/85.

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  • Our estimates suggest that the economic impact of socioeconomic inequalities in health is likely to be substantial. While the estimates of inequalities-related losses to health as a ‘capital good’ (leading to less labour productivity) seem to be modest in relative terms (1.4% of GDP), they are large in absolute terms (€141 billion). It is valuing health as a ‘consumption good’ which makes clear that the economic impact of socioeconomic inequalities in health is really huge: in the order of about €1,000 billion, or 9.5% of GDP.

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