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    United Kingdom Economy for Local Businesses The economy is a delicate balance. The factors that are depending on a stable economy are: · The level of inflation- i.e. the level of price rises each year · The level of interest rate- how much it cost to borrow money · The strength of the £- which affects the exchange rate- the cost of trading with overseas countries. The UK businesses need a stable economy because if the economy were not stable, businesses would loose out. E.G. if

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    the area, when Texas was still part of Mexico. They founded the village of Waterloo in 1837, along the banks of the Colorado River. According to local folk tales, Stephen F. Austin, the "father of Texas", negotiated a peace treaty with the local Indians at the site of the present day Treaty Oak after several settlers were killed in raids. According to local legend, Austin also negotiated a boundary treaty with the Indians that laid out the town's limits. Replubic of Texas Waterloo was chosen to

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    Chinese Telecom Industry

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    December 11, 2001 was a long awaited day for both local businesses, as well as for foreign investors. It was the day that the Chinese State Council promulgated the Regulations for the Administration of Foreign Invested Telecommunications Enterprises (FITE) which were scheduled to come into effect on the 1st of January 2002. Since it’s accession to the WTO, foreign telecommunications have eyed what is arguably the largest telecommunication’s industry in the world, and growing at a rate of over 20

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    Coastal Erosion

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    the money, these include local residents, conversationalists and local business owners. Residents want to protect Walton because none of them wish to lose their homes to the sea, they believe that whatever can be done to conserve their homes should be done however high the cost. Conversationalists want to keep the area because the Naze provides homes to a great amount of wildlife whose homes are situated in an area most at risk from cliff collapse. Local businesses want to protect Walton-on-the-Naze

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    Going through the Mail

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    business and finance since the day which we started studying the stock market in fifth grade. The summer before my junior year, I combined my interests in business and computers by starting a web design company with a friend. We created a web site for a local bike shop which is only one of two bike shops in Connecticut to have a presence on the Internet. Currently, I am the head web designer for my school. I intend to combine computers and business in my future career. My goal is to work on the business

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    Wandering kids. Bumper to bumper traffic. Drug dealing. Is this the picture drawn when local students have fifty minutes of freedom during lunch to do whatever they please? Students should not be allowed to leave their school campus during lunch. An open campus would lead to truancy, disturb local businesses and neighborhoods, and cause crime. Truancy can occur among students if an open campus is accepted. If students have the privilege to leave school for fifty whole minutes on their own, then

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    Affirmative Action

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    required bidders on city construction contracts to subcontract 15% of work to minority-owned business enterprises and 5% to women-owned firms (Rubin). That program is being replaced by one that requires bidders to award 20% of subcontracts to local businesses and 20 % to firms with less than 20 employees both categories being race and gender neutral (Robin). While this Mayor announced his new plan, 3 days later on February 10th, the United States court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit went the other

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    noticed that I did not recognize a single face in the room. Nervously, I took a seat, and Mr. Mothersele, the advisor for the program began describing the program. FIRST is a national engineering competition in which partnerships are formed between local businesses and high schools to design and build a robot-like machine from identical kits of parts supplied by FIRST. The team has about six weeks to build the machine which must be able to compete in a timed sporting event. As soon as I saw the video of

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    Dance Team

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    these two points Smith agreed to start the dance team. Auditions were held, a team was formed, and the team members began choreography for their first routine. The new TC dance team had their own fundraisers and went asking for donations from local businesses, to help support the new team and help pay for dance team costumes. The team managed to raise enough to buy cheap costumes for all of the members. The new dance team had practice two days a week at 7:00 a.m. all year. They performed at a few

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    is a hospitality business located in Washington, DC. They offer services such as lodging, restaurant, bar, catering and meeting space rental. The Washington Plaza Hotel's major customer base is government, tourist, non-profit organizations, local businesses and some corporate clientele. Let's now take a look at how these environmental factors affect the marketing of the hotel. Environmental Factors that Affect Marketing Technology Technology has created a major impact on the way in which all

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