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Selection, Replacement and Maintenance of Mill Liner

product output, quality, varieties and specifications of high added-valued products in ball mill industry. There is also a certain distance in the aspect of new industry, new equipment, new technology development and engineering compared with developed countries. Most enterprises in China are high energy consumption enterprises and all need to be improved in the aspect of environmental protection. Mine machinery industry has not paid much attention to these problems. Measures should be taken, such...

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Can the Concept of ‘Early’ and ‘Late’ Industrialization Explain the Key Institutional and Organizational Characteristics of National Business Systems, and Do They Have Any Bearing on Long-Term National Competitiveness?

and regions, while many countries have carried out their own industrialization progress during the past several decades, which stimulates the development of organizations and better corporate performance. There are different kinds of national business systems with their distinctive characteristics varying among countries. Then ‘early’ and ‘late’ industrialization is applied to describe two main types of national businesses that existing in developed and developing countries, which explains the key...

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Review of Kyoto Protocol and Its Impact on India

sets binding targets for 37 industrialized countries and the European community for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. These amount to an average of five percent against 1990 levels over the five year period 2008-2012. The major difference between the Protocol and the Convention is that while the Convention encouraged industrialized countries to stabilize CHG emissions, the Protocol commits them to do so 1. Recognizing that developed countries are principally responsible for the current...

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The Development of China in the Past 20 Years

economy is more than ten per cent per year in the past 20 years, this rate is far more quickly than most other countries. Besides, a report from National Bureau of Statistics of China n.d. shows that the per capita income of urban residents is increasing as well, from 2337 Yuan in the year of 1993 to 24565 Yuan in 2012. But the income level is still very low compared with developed countries, and the gap between urban area and rural area is still very large. Secondly, the society of China is more...

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of rice were destroyed | | Social | In many villages, a spirit of community help developed, with people working together to rebuild their homes. Local Buddhist monks were actively involved by sharing food, providing aid and helping people to restart their lives. | | Rescue effort (prompt or delayed) | Delayed. Little advance preparation, Myanmar government made it difficult for aid workers to enter the country, and it was several days before a full relief effort was underway. | | Post disaster...

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Sociology chapter 7

to more developed countries economic control over developing or least developed countries. Rich countries sell goods on credit, especially weapons making least developed countries long-term debtors. Thus, developing countries become eternally dependent on more developed countries. Another way of dealing with stratification is multinational corporations that operate worldwide spreading the dominance of developed countries and exploiting the resources and cheap labour of developing countries. On the...

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Global Business Environmental Forces

the factors or forces surrounding and influencing operation and development of a business firm or company. The ICFAI center for management research state that the global business environment can be defined as the environment in different sovereign countries, with factors exogenous to the home environment of the organization, influencing decision making on resource use and capabilities.  Forces outside the firm’s traditional boundaries are increasingly important in determining the firm’s success. These...

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Teenage Pregnancy

fertility will result in a teenage pregnancy depends on a number of personal and societal factors. Teenage pregnancy rates vary between countries because of differences in levels of sexual activity, general sex education provided and access to affordable contraceptive options. Worldwide, teenage pregnancy rates range from 143 per 1000 in some sub-Saharan African countries to 2.9 per 1000 in South Korea. Pregnant teenagers face many of the same obstetrics issues as women in their 20s and 30s. There...

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Lost Culture

(Reaction Paper) I agree with what James Fallows (1987) had said in his article “that culture can make a naturally rich country poor” because that is how the Philippine culture is now. It may not be as a whole, but the identity of Philippine culture has been lost for a long time now. We were influenced by too many external cultures. We were blinded by what the other countries have. Thus, we lost the focus on what we already have and what we could make out of those resources. In the functionalist...

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The Aftermath of Financial Crises

to financial crisis. According to their studies both the antecedents and the aftermath of a banking crisis in rich countries and emerging markets have a lot in common. They found the equity and housing prices, unemployment, and government revenues and debt have a similar pattern in both spectrums. In comparing the recent financial crisis in the U.S. with crisis in other 18 developed economies, they noticed that the aftermath of the financial crisis in all of them shared three common characteristics...

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