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Micro Irrigation in India - A Macro View

I was speaking to a fellow value investor when he mentioned how frustrating it is to look at the shrinking universe of value stocks with which I couldn’t agree more. 153 more words


EPC Maximizer Review - Is EPC Maximizer a Scam?

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EPC Maximizer by Bill McRea launches April 16th, 2014. EPC Maximizer Review. You probably have come across many EPC Maximizer videos attempting to sell it to you. 120 more words

Basic Marketing

When looking at basic marketing there are two key points that are essential.


Basically, Traffic & Conversion leads to making money.

Traffic… 349 more words

Conversion Rate

[replica] _ ricerche poetiche, anche e fortemente implicanti rete e blog, che in mezzo mondo si svolgono

a proposito di un certo ambito di nuova scrittura di ricerca, per esempio in Francia (diffusa e distribuita nelle librerie), segnalo ai lettori che Andrea Inglese ne ha fatto una rassegna in articoli usciti nel 2009 e 2010 su Nazione indiana, qui linkati: 234 more words

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New EBA Referral: The Questions are Published

As you will have seen in previous posts, IPCopy has been tracking the progress of the latest referral to the EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal which concerns the scope to which clarity under Article 84 EPC can be raised in post grant proceedings. 274 more words


CB&I Bags $625M Contract from Bechtel for Wheatstone LNG Project in WA

by  CB&I


Press Release


Wednesday, March 19, 2014

CB&I announced Tuesday that it has been awarded a contract by Bechtel valued in excess of $625 million (approximately AUD 690 million) to provide structural, mechanical and piping construction work for all outside battery limits modules and associated units for the Chevron-operated Wheatstone Project at Ashburton North in Western Australia. 260 more words


Big Oil Firms Crack The Whip Over Service Companies

by  Reuters

Gwladys Fouche & Balazs Koranyi

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

OSLO, March 26 (Reuters) – On a mission to crush costs, global oil firms are rewriting the rule book on how they deal with service companies. 740 more words