03.28
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Electronic Information Industry Wu Qi Rong County economic leader

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A vehicle loaded mobile communication terminals, tablet PCs, computer accessories, mobile wire, flexible circuit boards, connectors and wiring harness and other high-technology electronic products for the truck, slowly opened Rong Electronic Information Industrial Park, onto freeway, respectively, toward Shenzhen, Chongqing, Shanghai, Southeast Asia and European markets. According to statistics, January to May this year, Rong electronic information industry realized an output value 840 million yuan and tax 031 million yuan, an increase of 84.72%, respectively, and 98.85%; respectively over the same period total industrial output value and tax revenue the county storage of 23.81% and 16.6%. Exports to Southeast Asia, Japan and Europe sales income of the sales revenue of Qicheng more. Electronic information industry has become the leading Rongxian County Economic Development.

In recent years, Rong Rong Economic Development Zone as the region’s model industrial park, the park building in the electronic information industrial park. Up to now, Rong Economic Development Zone has invested in infrastructure funding over 800 million yuan, the zone has reached an area of ??5 square kilometers, built more than 80 million square meters of standard factory buildings.gs.

Rong work in the development of electronic information industry investment in the establishment of a “green channel” and the whole agent system. From the project, land application, environmental impact assessment approval, capital access, contact the factory planning and construction and other implementation of “one-stop” tracking service, accelerate the pace of the project and construction of landing. Reflect the problems of project owners, strict Shouwenfuze system, limited responsibility and accountability system, improve the efficiency of examination and approval. Oriented industries that meet the park, planning and design, environmental protection requirements of the project, Development Zone, early intervention initiative to contact the relevant departments, the implementation of project construction and other administrative approval procedures carried out simultaneously on the time of signing the contract commitments, and resolutely kept. At the same time trying to help enterprises solve the labor problem. This year, Rong County Economic Development to help more than 140 companies recruit workers in 10,000 people, including new tactics of electronic information industry, more than 2,600 workers. Good investment environment and the quality and efficient services to attract a large number of overseas investors to set up factories in the county investment. Last December, as Accor Technology (HK) Co., Ltd. invested 360 million yuan in Rong County Office of the electronics industry base, the plan of 300 acres of land for the proposed 14 million square meters standard workshop. After the completion of the project, expected annual turnover of 10 billion yuan, and tax paid 50 million yuan, 3,000 jobs could be arranged. Currently, the county’s electronic information industry enterprises in the park 40 park, the contract investment of 2.5 billion, employing 6,000 people. In 2010, the county’s electronic information industry production value of 1.31 billion yuan, storage revenue 065 million yuan, an increase of 75%, respectively, and 64%.

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03.26
13

Good Employment Prospects For Nursing Degree Holders, Guardian Reports

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The Guardian newspaper has reported that in 2009 almost 85% of nursing degree graduates found full-time employment, with 94% of those finding jobs as healthcare professionals.

Just over 74% of those nursing degree graduates working in healthcare went straight into nursing, while the rest took other roles supporting the delivery of healthcare, according to the report.

Of the nursing degree graduates who did not enter full-time employment: some opted for extra study, whilst others combined further study with work. Only 1.7 % remained unemployed.

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03.19
13

Neighboring Advertising Big Company Five Factors Why Internet Marketing Is Significant

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Almost instantly you find your self misplaced in jargon, bogged down in new-fangled terminology, over-your-head hyperbole and stilted language. In short, frustrated. Here’s the factor. If you’re annoyed, it’s not your fault. It’s the author’s fault.

He searched for a Singapore social media marketing Delray beach Advisor to help him on his internet marketing objective, which is to be on initial web page of Search Motor Result page for his key phrases. He get in touch with almost all the web sites that was on the first page of Google, when he searched the keyword +Singapore seo Advisor+. He discovered that most of them are all SEO company, just targeting the key phrase.

Michelle Warren offers strategic marketing and PR-associated coaching seminars, and 1 of the subjects she covers is how to use social media effectively. One of the biggest false impression is that, you have to be on social media,’ with out a clear comprehending as to what that means. Yes, little company proprietors should consider it as a technique. But maintain two issues in mind 1) it is a strategy, and 2) what goes online, stays online. With those two caveats in thoughts, I help individuals style a technique Internet Marketing, fit social networking into their branding and marketing attempts and execute towards it. In essence, I assist people comprehend, work with and advantage from social media.

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03.18
13

Corporate Finance And Loan Structuring To Achieve Your Business Objectives

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Corporate Finance is a specialist area. We provide a whole host of funding services for MBI, MBO, Venture Finance and equity funding. Corporate Finance Loan Structuring involves looking at a whole host of factors and projections to leverage the maximum benefit. At Oxford Funding, our experts help you do exactly that.

Oxford Funding offers corporate finance for various purposes. One of the major areas where the demand for funding is growing is in the area of MBOs and MBIs. Our corporate finance loan structuring schemes let us fund your MBI or Management “Buy In” which allows you to acquire a company that you will run with your new management team.

If you want to buy the business in which you work, opt for an MBO which refers to the “Buy Out” or the acquisition of a company by your existing management team. You’ll find our flexible and efficient corporate finance loan structuring schemes can be tailored to your circumstances.

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03.17
13

Investment In Pancard Clubs Limited

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We got our first opportunity for utilizing our accommodation rights under Pancard club investment scheme. We had invested in the scheme six months back and were eagerly waiting for our first holiday in Malvan. The opportunity came in the month of August which is the best season to visit Malvan.
The idea of investing in Pancard clubs was a collective decision by all of us after exploring the investment thoroughly. There was a point when we came to know about a fraud scheme complaint notified online by some member. After reading the complaint we were seriously thought of backing out from the investment. But some of us had some reservations regarding the complaints. Some of the things which were mentioned in the complaints were baseless which made us think about the genuineness of the complaints.
After inquiring more about the investment scheme we came to know members who were really happy with the investment scheme. Panoramic Universal Limited is the company that launched Pancard clubs investment scheme. The company got caught in to some sort of controversy after the launching the investment policy. The controversy was created when the rumor surfaced claiming Pancard clubs was not related to PUL. It was later clarified by the company that Pancard clubs is a company which is managed by panoramic group of companies.
After all our enquiries we decided to go forward with our decision to invest in Pancard Club investment scheme. Our first trip under the scheme was to Malvan. We had our accommodations arranged by PUL in Hotel Sagar-Kinara. The accommodation was top class and was totally worth the investment. It was one of the best trips we had that year as the monsoon helped us to see real greenery in and around Malvan. We are still looking forward to our many more picnic/vacations under the investment scheme.
After all our enquiries we decided to go forward with our decision to invest in Pancard Club investment scheme. Our first trip under the scheme was to Malvan. We had our accommodations arranged by PUL in Hotel Sagar-Kinara. The accommodation was top class and was totally worth the investment. It was one of the best trips we had that year as the monsoon helped us to see real greenery in and around Malvan. We are still looking forward to our many more picnic/vacations under the investment scheme.

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03.16
13

Banking Industry Politics Of Punishment

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The politics of punishment are tricky. Take the playground, for example. The boy in the striped shirt not only pushed your child out of the way at the top of the slide, but also gives your child a good kick for his efforts when he reaches the bottom. You can comfort your own child, but you can’t truly punish the boy in the striped shirt; he is a stranger. You can hope that his parents have a vigilant eye on the playground and will step in and say something, but that doesn’t always happen.

It’s even trickier to punish adults who are acting within legal parameters, if not moral ones. President Obama would like to create a tax to punish banks for effectively taking the bailout money and running. He is calling it a fee, but the proposal is actually for a 0.15 percent tax on the liabilities of large financial institutions. The tax only applies to companies with assets of more than $50 billion, a rather intimate group of about 50. (Reuters)

The tax is proposed to last 10 years and estimated to generate about 90 billion for the government, the majority of that from the ten largest banks. The question is who will really be paying? In all likelihood the banks will use creative accounting to sidestep the tax, as well as share the pain with bank customers in higher fees and tighter rules.

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03.15
13

What Business Owners Can Do to Plan Their Financial Outlook for 2014

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Many small business owners lament that the past few years have been difficult financially. Yes, the recession hit hard and the recovery is going slowly. However, with the proper planning, any business can thrive no matter what the economic landscape. Unfortunately, many small business owners are so busy putting out daily fires and just trying to stay afloat that they never take the time to plan. That’s a mistake! So if you’re ready to make 2014 your best year yet, here are the key financial planning items to focus on for both the short- and long-term. Reduce your debt. If you’re like many small business owners, you may have financed your business on a credit card or through other personal loans. Now that debt is hanging over you like a dark cloud. Even worse, you’re likely putting any profits you make back into your business rather than putting more money toward paying off your debt. If your debt load is large and dragging you down paying it off can seem like a daunting task. The key is to stop trying to pay every creditor off at once. Rather, pick one creditor, preferably the one you owe the least to, and focus on paying that one off first. Pay the minimum on all your other debt, but put as much as you can each month toward this one bill. Then, when you pay that debt off, take the money you were allocating to the creditor and apply it, along with the minimum you were already paying, to your next lowest debt. Focus on paying just that one off. Then repeat the process with your next lowest creditor. Keep going until all your debts are paid. As you cross each paid creditor off your list this next year, you’ll feel your financial dark cloud start to break. Create a budget for your business. You likely have a budget for your personal life. You know how much you have to pay yourself to cover your mortgage or rent, your groceries, and other essentials. But chances are that you don’t have a detailed budget for your business. Now is the time to make one. Just as you do in your personal budget, start by making a list of all the business expenses you pay out every month. Be sure to include your salary in the equation. If you’re in the habit of paying yourself sporadically or a varied amount each month based on what’s left over, pick a steady, realistic income figure for yourself and calculate that in. Then add in the expenses that are possible but not customary, such as repair costs for equipment, additional staff, new software or services, etc. When you have a firm grasp on where all your business money is going each month, you can create strong financial goals for your company (see next point). Set financial goals. Of course you want your business to do better this year than it did last year. But do you have clear monthly and yearly goals mapped out? Most small business owners don’t. Now that you know how much you need to earn each month to cover your business expenses, take a look at what your business brought in over the past few years. Look for any trends, such as a 10% increase each year, stagnate sales year to year, or even a progressive decline. After you have a clear assessment of what your business did historically, create financial goals for the coming year. But don’t just state any goal because it sounds good or would be nice to achieve. Make sure you’re setting S.M.A.R.T. goals-that is, goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Here’s what each word really means: oSpecific: A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. Goals must be clear and unambiguous. When goals are specific, they state exactly what is expected. For example, stating -We will do $1 million in sales- is specific. Saying -We will do better than last year- is not. oMeasurable: Establish concrete criteria for measuring progress toward the attainment of each goal you set. If your goals are not measurable, you never know whether you’re making progress toward their successful completion. Having monthly financial goals helps you measure whether you’re on track for your yearly goal. oAttainable: Goals must be realistic and attainable. The best goals require you to stretch a bit to achieve them, but they aren’t extreme. That is, the goals are neither out of reach nor below standard performance. Goals that are set too high or too low become meaningless and will be ignored. oRelevant: To be relevant, a goal must represent an objective toward which you are both willing and able to work. A goal can be both high and relevant; you are the only one who can decide just how high your goal should be. Realize that a high goal is frequently easier to reach than a low one because a low goal exerts low motivational force. oTime-Bound: A goal must have a target date. -Someday- won’t work. But if you anchor it within a timeframe, -by December 31, 2014,- then you’ve set your unconscious mind into motion to begin working on the goal. A deadline too far in the future is too easily put off. A goal that’s set too close is not only unrealistic, it’s discouraging. That’s why you need both monthly (immediate) and yearly (future-oriented) financial goals to strive for. Your Best Year Yet No matter how many ups and downs your business has had over the years, you can make a giant financial leap this next year – if you follow the suggestions outlined. The more priority and urgency you place on your business’s financial outlook, the more success you’ll have this coming year and for decades to come. Kris Miller, Estate Planning Expert and Safe Money Strategist, will guide you on how you can successfully prepare your retirement plan. For more information on how Kris can help you, call (951) 926-4158 or email and see her #1 Best Selling book at www.ReadyForPREtirement.com

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