GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES PAPER
The globalization is important in the world and is important to know more about the world’s situation too, for me is important the principal world’s product, what is moving the economy, the companies, the transport, the world: the petroleum and I’d like talk about this important product in the state and the country that I elected.
Theglobalization is important in the world and is important to know more about the world’s situation too, for me is important the principal world’s product, what is moving the economy, the companies, the transport, the world: the petroleum and I’d like talk about this important product in the state and the country that I elected.
California’s unemploymentrate decreased to 11.9 percent in September for a total gain of 139,800 jobs since 2011 began, according to data released today by the California Employment Development Department (EDD). Specifically; five categories (construction; trade, transportation and utilities; professional and business services; leisure and hospitality; and other services) added jobs over the month, gaining 30,100 jobs.Professional and business services posted the largest increase over the month, adding 13,300 jobs
2) SAN FRANCISCO
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San Francisco’s election season is now in high gear. Across the city, campaign materials are filling up mailboxes, newspapers are making endorsements and earlyvoting has begun. With just over two weeks remaining until Election Day, the Chamber encourages our members – and all city voters – to read up on the issues and consider the economic impacts of the November 8 Local Election.
Several propositions on the ballot will have a lasting effect on the city’s economy. Chief among them are two proposals to reform the city’s pension system. Propositions C andD both attempt to control growing pension costs and employee health care obligations. While both measures are good intentioned, the Chamber has endorsed Prop C. It will save $1 billion over the next 10 years by capping benefits, raising the retirement age, increasing employee contributions and reforming oversight of health benefits. While Prop. D also has the potential to reap significantsavings, it may violate state law and puts the city at risk for a costly legal challenge we simply cannot afford.
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My topic is focus in international trade, international business, because is my career in Colombia, and I think that is important for the globalization and know more about the world’s situation, for me is important the principal world’s product that is moving theeconomy, the companies, the transport, the world: the petroleum and I’d like talk about this important product in the state and the country that I elected.
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Plastics are on the run in San Francisco, the nation’s anti-petroleum capital
‘Come this fall, almost no one in San Francisco will be collecting plastic bags -- that are almost never recycled. Thesebags clog the City’s waste system and contaminate its compost program. The ban on petroleum-plastic shopping bags is in addition to the City’s recent styrofoam container ban and an imminent ban on phthalates (and eventually bisphenol-A) for children’s products. Let’s hear it for the City by the Bay and a small core of public servants and citizen activists.
The more you learn about plastics, themore scary and disgusting they clearly become. I am passionately opposed to seeing more people plasticized and killed or deformed. Their children may take the brunt of this needless and ubiquitous exposure to powerful, little-understood poisons, so it’s not as if plastics are a fine and dandy choice according to one’s whims and consumer code.
We are all up against industry propaganda to continue...