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  •   Thursday, 25 September 2014

    The cities with the best public transport
    London, Portland, Curitiba, Hong Kong, Munich, Moscow and Vienna are among the cities with the most comfortable, attractive and safe transportation systems.
    When someone comes to a new city one of the things they value most is that public transport is friendly, easy to understand and, of course, secure.

    Often ride the subway or in a public bus is cheaper than paying for a taxi or rent a car, in addition to these cities, improve the quality of life of people is essential and necessary, get to work faster or purpose and live near a metro station or have transportation 24 hours a day is ideal.
    Next know seven of the cities that currently have the best public transportation in the world, excellent roads, trails, a variety of mobility systems, connectivity with the city, use of technology and speed of travel.
  •   Monday, 22 September 2014

    Peru aims to offer safe wood to more competitive markets

    In mid-2014 the National Forestry Chamber completed the design of a system so that 100% of the timber that is traded in and out of the country is guaranteed.

    With the implementation of a traceability system designed by the National Forestry Chamber, it is easy to know the origin of the wood that is offered in our country and those that come out of our borders, considered Mary Wong, Deputy CEO of GS1 Peru.

    "This system will also allow companies to enter formal increasingly competitive markets that demand guaranteeing the origin, processing and identification of wood," Wong said.

  •   Tuesday, 16 September 2014

    In 2013 the United States is back in the lead market of art and antiques

    In 2013 the world market for art and antiques worth over 47,000 million euros, an increase of 8% over the previous year. Moreover, USA has regained the lead with a share of 38% of its value. China, which in 2012 was located in the first place, is now in second position (24% market share), although with an increase of 2% compared to last year. UK is third with 20%, but the crisis has damaged the image of the EU as a whole, which is reflected in a 2% drop in sales.

  •   Monday, 15 September 2014

    Galán calls for a "European Union for Energy" to improve industrial competitiveness

    The president of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galan, has advocated for the creation of a European Union in the energy market and defended the need to establish a single regulatory framework as well as a "predictable and harmonious" regulatory framework to ensure "homogeneous" compliance legislation in all Member States. 

  •   Monday, 08 September 2014

    Latest technologies in Medicine
    With a turnover of about $ 250 million worldwide and an average increase of between 8-10% per year, the medical technology sector is seen as a profitable business on the rise. In this sector there are great opportunities because of the new issues in medicine, the highest demands on the quality of cosmetic services, medical and health care services, and increased life expectancy.
    The number of people who crossed the threshold of 65 increases by one million each month worldwide.
    Since 1995, in all industrialized countries developed health expenditures and medical equipment grow more than the gross domestic product, in 2005 grew an average of 1.5% in the EU.
    Worldwide, about 25,000 manufacturers, including about 1000 publicly traded, employing over 1,000,000 people.
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