Visitors at a conference to seek providers for supporting industries held by the HCM City Department of Industry and Trade on September 11. VNS File Phto/Viet Nam hoinhap Magazine. Representatives of local firms said at a recent conference on the supporting industry held in HCM City that their companies had joined global supply chains and were seeking opportunities to expand their overseas markets. The conference was held to provide opportunities for local and foreign firms to look for manufacturers of components for products in the fields of electronics, automation, motorbikes, automobiles, and health care. Nguyen Kim Chai from Hanel Vietnam said his company had supplied products to the Japanese market for more than 20 years. The products include components and spare parts for electrical transformers, household electronic equipment, automobiles and telephones. To act as a supplier for … [Read more...] about More local firms join global supply chains
Oecd 2013 interconnected economies benefiting from global value chains
Home Health Nutrition Nutrition oi-Amritha K By Amritha K on November 20, 2019 Botanically termed as Lepidium meyenii, the herbaceous biennial plant belonging to the family Brassicaceae is commonly known as maca or Peruvian ginseng. The root of the maca plant is the most beneficial of its parts, with the tuber being used for various medicinal purposes - as early as 2000 years ago. The tuber is widely known for its root, which is used medicinally in its powdered form. In the current health scenario, maca root powder has grown in popularity as a health supplement, given its numerous proven effects. The maca plant is closely related to radishes and the roots, which is the most beneficial part of the plant, is formed from the hypocotyl and the taproot, which gives the root an inverted pear shape. In the earlier days, maca root powder has been used as a health supplement - which is primarily associated with male fertility and reproductive health   . Possessing various … [Read more...] about 7 Science-backed Benefits Of Maca Root, Its Nutrition, Healthy Recipes And Side Effects
Editor’s note: James Altucher is an investor, programmer, author, and several-times entrepreneur. His latest books are I Was Blind But Now I See and40 Alternatives to College. Please follow him on Twitter @jaltucher. People read TechCrunch because they want to create something, they don’t want to follow orders all of their lives, and they want financial freedom. I’m being blunt. The above three items feel good. God bless you. Hopefully once you get the three things above, you get to keep them. Most people (i.e. ME) have to ride a roller coaster for awhile because we are stupid. But some people are smart. Getting the things you want is hard but for reasons I explain below, you now have no other choice. The myth of corporate safety, of rising up through the ranks, of getting the gold watch, of getting applauded by your peers is over. Not because the economy is bad. But because innovation and the global economy are better than … [Read more...] about 10 Reasons Why 2013 Will Be The Year You Quit Your Job
A decade ago the world was in a financial crisis induced through bad mortgages that were sold as AAA assets. Fast forward to now, and we could again ask whether we are facing a similar crisis. Cycles tend to repeat because people tend to forget. We know that global debt is at record highs, speculative financial instruments called "derivatives" are experiencing problems with counterparts risk, and some central banks are approaching panic mode. A potential looming crisis could be bubbling just under the surface. But what's most alarming of all? A little known US financial operation called "repos" has been quietly flashing warning lights since September and this could well signal the potential for a crisis even larger than in 2008. The term "repos" refers to repurchase agreements through which banks in the US offer short term US Treasury bonds they hold to the Federal Reserve Bank (the Fed) in exchange for cash. What is more important to ask, however, is why these banks are asking for … [Read more...] about Are we facing another global debt crisis?
The food industry should be forced to audit its supply chains regularly to cut down on the amount of food being thrown away, according to waste campaigners. The group This is Rubbish (TiR) called for more transparency in the system, claiming that householders are being unfairly blamed for the UK's food waste when the industry generates over half of the 18-20m tonnes food wasted every year. An estimate in January by the UK's Institution of Mechanical Engineers put the amount of food wasted worldwide each year at up to 2bn tonnes, or half of what is produced. TiR's report, Counting What Matters, said there is more support for audits from the industry than previously believed, although there were concerns about who would bear the cost, and about practicalities. Food industry experts and insiders interviewed by the authors mostly cited increased efficiency a the benefit of such audits. TiR co-director Caitlin Shepherd said: "We know the food industry has a big problem with waste, one that … [Read more...] about Food industry should audit supply chains, say waste campaigners