"We have to look further afield. The days when we could have a Scandinavian international within the club for four or five years have gone. The turnover of the squad is faster than it used to be. That demands even more from our model. The onus is on us to upscale young players who can perform in Europe faster. Without a clear strategy, it would be impossible. … [Read more...] about FC Copenhagen’s transfer triumphs: Johan Lange explains their success
For achieving competitive advantage
If there’s one career option that has increasingly captured the attention of students, then it is engineering. Every year, the population of engineering aspirants keeps rising, but there are only a few who make the cut. Coaching centres are mushrooming by the day and that leaves students perplexed; after all, they want to pull out all stops to choose the best. … [Read more...] about FIITJEE ticks all the right boxes, catalyses engineering dreams
But according to the California Fashion Association, Los Angeles apparel-making was back to growth by 2013 as a “steady inflation rate” in China, driven by higher labor costs, increasingly pushed apparel manufacturing and textile contractors to move to lower wage countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, and Bangladesh. Coupled with high sea, land, and air shipping costs, the advantage in outsourcing apparel-making versus U.S. manufacturing became much less attractive. … [Read more...] about California’s $15 Minimum Wage Ends Apparel Industry Revival
As members, we were always at the freest end of the trade spectrum and rarely even considered the regional impacts of any given deal on the UK. But we benefited nonetheless from such accountability as was embedded in the institutions. The muscles of our national parliament became completely atrophied over the period. Even if you could imagine tens of thousands of people taking to the streets to protest against a free trade agreement with the US, there would be no mechanism to connect that anger to representation. There is no presumption of transparency: in a case brought against the government last Friday, it transpired that talks have begun with at least one unknown country, whose details have been deemed too sensitive for publication. … [Read more...] about Think Britain has sovereignty over trade deals? Not when MPs can’t stop them
Yes, tradocracy has home cell court known as native court controlled by local government councils. They are mobile courts which can be invited into homes to settle family disputes or domestic problems. In tradocracy too, innovation degree certificates are awarded to people with creativity by a knowledge theater. Seminars and symposia are used to select and confirm people with creativity for the purpose of innovative degree award. People with innovation degrees shall be employable and can contest for any political position. … [Read more...] about Odion’s book advocates new system of government
As leading domestic experts believe the virus probably comes from wild animals based on the finding that most early cases were related to a market in Wuhan, capital of Hubei, resolute efforts must be made to eliminate the consumption of wild animals and illegal trade of wildlife. … [Read more...] about Commentary: Coronavirus won’t stop China’s march towards rejuvenation
Barenboim has become almost as famous for his work bringing together Israeli and Palestinian musicians into the same orchestra, and Rattle has made his equally indelible mark on the notion of music as peace and liberation. He has been the leading exponent of, guest of, crusader for and unofficial patron of the miracle known in its native Venezuela as El Sistema, whereby young people from some of the poorest barrios are given instruments and redeem their lives by playing. … [Read more...] about Simon Rattle: will the maestro return home?