Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘electronics’

Harvey Norman crawled into the red zone

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Another negative came from Australia this morning. Ritaeylery continue to report losses. Harvey Norman reported on the wrong quarter, Harvey Norman profit goes to minus.

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Free trade and US new financial reform: myths

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Financial reform is coming to the U.S.. To understand what happens let’s look back. Last year in New York held a debate entitled “Politics” buy American / hire Americans – two-edged sword “, was attended by several hundred people. Then the three defenders of free trade to the challenge of three known protectionists, who often flash across our television screens. Initially it was assumed that the outcome of the voting audience of supporters of free trade lose to a team: 45% to 55%.

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Pretend to be frightened, oh, China the great!

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Just a timid guy… Timothy Geithner (U.S. Treasury Secretary) is known as a rather timid and indecisive accuser. But the upcoming election for Congress and the Democratic Party ordered him to act – to try to criticize China over alleged unfair methods of export subsidies by an undervalued yuan. Geithner did its job in a spirit of intellectual timidity, trying to persuade China, as infants are forced to eat porridge.

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NEC shows off profit

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Net profit of the third largest group in Japan for the production of electronics NEC Corp. up to the 2009-2010 financial year ended 31 March 2010. amounted to 11.43 billion yen (123.3 million dollars) compared to a loss of 296.65 billion yen, received for the 2008-2009 fiscal year. This is reported in the financial report published today by the company.

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Icelandic volcanic eruption burns billions

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Because of the volcanic eruption in Iceland in 12 European countries was halted air traffic, resulting in overall airline on a daily basis lost 185 million euros. According to a study conducted by European banks, for the moment most of all these events have affected the state of aviation business and is closely related sectors, particularly tourism. So, each week suspended air traffic costs the European tourism in the 4 – 7,5 billion euro revenues

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Volcanic eruption in Iceland: Discovery can’t get to Earth

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland left no chance for the astronauts to land. According to the NASA space shuttle Discovery with seven astronauts on board undocked from the ISS. Space Shuttle Landing at Kennedy Space Center (Florida, USA) is scheduled for Monday, April 19. During this time the astronauts Clayton Anderson and Rick Mastracchio three times spacewalk. They needed to replace the tank of liquid ammonia, which is used to cool the electronics of the orbital complex.

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