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Harare — ZIMBABWE needs to double its current urban housing capacity in order to improve living conditions, a Government sponsored research has established. According to the Zimbabwe Urban Housing Database launched at Town House yesterday during World Habitat Day commemorations being held under the theme, Harmonious Cities, there is a serious shortage of urban housing where 667 571 houses are currently occupied by 4 760 132 people. This leaves Zimbabwe in need of an estimated 542 630 housing units. The occupancy rate per housing unit in Harare, Chitungwiza and Epworth stands at 22, 20 and 9 respectively indicating a high ...
Governance includes not only government, but also business and civil society, and emphasizes whole system management. To capture this diverse range of dynamic forces, Environmental governance often necessitates founding alternative systems of governing, for example watershed based management. Natural resources and the environment should be seen as a global public good, belonging to the specific category of goods that are divided up when they are shared. The global nature of these goods stems from the presence of each of the constituent elements that form an integrated system. This means that everyone can benefit from the ...
Must-read China news by Danwei: December 6, 2009 - December 12 ...
In the past I believed that the space for Sun TV’s development on the mainland would be rather small. A channel that targets a specified audience must rely predominantly on service subscriptions, and this is not yet a mature model for the television market in mainland China. But I discovered this year that even in a tough Chinese media environment, squeezed between political and economic pressures, Sun TV had emerged as a successful oddity. Its investors were not focused on maximizing profits, but instead used investment gains from elsewhere to support media development. Posted by Joel Martinsen at 2:55 PM Permalink A suicide ... market research, surveys and trends
intensive development of new industries
Hainan is China’s largest special economic zone and the only tropical island province. Province a special economic zone 20 years, made remarkable achievements in economic and social development. However, late development, infrastructure is poor, the current overall level of economic and social development in Hainan is still low, protecting the environment, adjusting the economic structure, promote scientific development in an arduous task. Hainan full advantage of location and resources, construction, international tourist island of Hainan to build internationally competitive tourist destination, China Tours Hainan to ... market research, surveys and trends


Advertising clearance practices of radio stations: a model of ...
Advertising self-regulation has been identified by many as an effective and efficient tool for curbing excesses in advertising (Colford 1987; Zanot 1985). However, advertising self-regulation programs have minimal impact if they lack power or influence on advertisers (Wyckham 1987). Many self-regulation efforts depend on the fear of government regulation (Armstrong and Ozanne 1983). Also, self-regulatory practices used in many other countries are not feasible in the U.S. due to anti-trust laws (LaBarbera 1981; Miracle and Nevett 1988; Rogers 1990). Media owners and managers have great power to determine the type of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Feminine Hygiene Products - Global Strategic Business Report ...
DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of "Feminine Hygiene Products - Global Strategic Business Report" to their offering. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Feminine Hygiene Products in Millions of US$. The specific product segments analyzed are Sanitary Pads/Towels, Tampons, Pantyliners, and Others. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2001 through 2010. A ten-year ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Hong Kong: Speech by Director of Housing at Housing Authority open meeting
Following is the speech by the Director of Housing, Mr D W Pescod, at the Housing Authority open meeting today (July 8): Madam Chairman, members and fellow colleagues, (I) Introduction I will be honest – I am a little nervous as I speak to you all today at my first regular open meeting of the Housing Authority (HA) in my capacity of the Director of Housing. When I took up my appointment two months ago, I knew that the job ahead of me was going to be challenging.I am following a long line of distinguished predecessors who have steered the department through many challenges and left their mark in so many ways.I would like to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


HARMONIOUS REGIONAL ADVERTISING REGULATION? A Comparative Examination of Government Advertising. Regulation in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Zhihong Gao ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Nashua Regional Planning Commission Model Site Plan Regulations
harmonious placement into the fabric of the community. 1.2. Authority. These regulations are adopted pursuant to the authority given Planning Boards in New ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Rider University - Dr. Zhihong Gao
Gao, Z. & Kim, J. H. (2009).  Regulation of soft issues in advertising in Confucian societies: A comparative examination. Asia-Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 21 (1), 76-92. Gao, Z. (2009).  Beyond culture: a proposal for agent-based content analyses of international advertisements. Current Issues and Research in Advertising, 31 (1), 104-14. Gao, Z. (in press, 2009).  Serving a stir-fry of market, culture and politics: On globalization and film policy in Greater China. Policy Studies. Gao, Z. (2007).  An In-Depth Examination of China's Advertising Regulation System. Asia-Pacific Journal of ...
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How can we create value for our organization from the bottom of ...
Value to whom? There is value to customer, value to company, value to worker, etc. And depending on which type of value you want, there are different methods available to create them. For example, if you want to create "value to customer", then the most comprehensive and powerful method is Quality Function Deployment (QFD). And there are aspects of QFD that can be done at any level in the organization -- but most of the "creation" occurs at the bottom where new product development teams operate. For top and middle management, "value to company" is more their focus. To create "strategic value" or "competitive value" methods such ...
Studies suggest that if we all became vegetarian, world hunger ...
I am conscious that there are huge (global?) animal food industries which would need to adjust to the new realities, the use of land would have to change, and the move to vegetarian diets for all would require enormous cultural shifts, at least in some parts of the world. But I'm also aware,as discussed on my website, that animal food is vastly more 'expensive' of carbon and water, than is vegetarian food... Some of the evidence about the 'extra' carbon and water costs etc of meat are given as links to the 'Food' piece of 5 May, on my website: There is substantial ...