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Shamuratova, Nazgul: Labor migration in the con...
55,90 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 05.02.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Labor migration in the conditions of world integration, Titelzusatz: Modern condition to labor migration in Kazakhstan in condition of the world integration, Autor: Shamuratova, Nazgul, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 136, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 219 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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FOCAL Integration Subwoofer

Basslautsprecher Durchmesser: 8 \", Subwoofer Typ: Aktiv, Leistung Subwoofer: 150 W, Musikbelastbarkeit: 75 W

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Teachers' attitudes toward technology integrati...
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Teachers' attitudes toward technology integration in Kazakhstan ab 49.9 EURO

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Focal Icu165 Integration

2-Wege 165 mm Koaxial-Lautsprecher Frequenzgang: 60 Hz - 21 kHz Nennimpedanz: 4 Ohm Empfindlichkeit 2.83V/1m: 93 dB Nennbelastbarkeit: 70 Wrms Maximalbelastbarkeit: 140 W Einbaudurchmesser: 142.6 mm PolyglassmembranEinbautiefe: 49 mm

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Labor migration in the conditions of world inte...
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Labor migration in the conditions of world integration ab 55.9 EURO Modern condition to labor migration in Kazakhstan in condition of the world integration

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Focal Icu690 Integration

2-Wege 15 x 23 cm Componenten-Lautsprecher Frequenzgang: 55 Hz - 21 kHz Nennimpedanz: 4 Ohm Empfindlichkeit 2.83V/1m: 93.6 dB Nennbelastbarkeit: 80 Wrms Maximalbelastbarkeit: 160 W Tieftöner: Polyglassmembran Einbaudurchmesser: 218 x 147 mm

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Kazakhstan oil economy
116,00 CHF *
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The output of the economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan of the crisis and its socio-economic growth requires sustained investment in the oil and gas industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan. A full integration in the global economic system involves deep structural and technological changes in the economy, requiring an active and consistent policy in the field of oil and gas industry. Kazakhstan's economy was lucky in the fact that the last few years, the world economy was observed relative economic stability. The Asian crisis, which became, in fact, the first major test for the economy of Kazakhstan, in practice demonstrates the complexity and diversity of the modern economy. Today the Republic of Kazakhstan is one of the major oil powers. Area of promising oil and gas bearing regions of the country is equal to 1 million 700 thousand km2, accounting for over 62% of its territory. On today opened more than 208 oil and gas fields.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Focal Integration Isu165

2-Wege 165 mm Componenten-Lautsprecher Frequenzgang: 60 Hz - 21 kHz Nennimpedanz: 4 Ohm Empfindlichkeit 2.83V/1m: 93 dB Nennbelastbarkeit: 70 Wrms Maximalbelastbarkeit: 140 W Tieftöner: 165 mm Polyglassmembran Einbaudurchmesser: 142.6 mm

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Die Zukunft der EU-Lateinamerika Beziehungen
1,90 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,7, Hertie School of Governance (Master of Public Policy), language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction 'Latin America is absent from the European agenda, except when a summit between the two regions comes around and Europe cannot show up empty-handed.' This statement from the Spanish Elcano Royal Institute can be underlined by trade figures. 2008 only one Latin American country (Brazil) was among the 20 most important EU trading partners. The EU's economic relations with countries like Vietnam, Kazakhstan or Angola are more substantial than with Venezuela, Colombia or Peru. While economic importance of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) for the EU is small and even declining , relations are far more vital for the other side. In 2007, the EU was the second largest trading partner for the region and provided most foreign direct investments and official development assistance. Nonetheless, with only 4% of EU development aid, the region receives least in global comparison. From a LAC viewpoint, the relations have fallen short of expectations considering the strong historic and cultural ties and the hope created by the launch of a new strategy in the mid-90s promising greater access to the European market. Since 1999 five EU-LAC summits have been held declaring an interregional approach and the vision of a Bi-regional Strategic Partnership but no significant progress has been achieved. In May 2010 another summit will take place, this time under Spanish Presidency, and skepticism exists whether great advancement can be reached. The paper will outline today's EU-LAC relations and give an outlook for the future. A changed global scenario requires a new approach towards LAC which needs to consider the shortcomings in internal integration as well as the differences in development within the region. A pure focus on bilateral agreements will not be a sustainable solution. Moreover, trade centered negotiations with LAC countries do not acknowledge the growing political influence of the region. Thus, political dialogue and social issues should play a stronger role in interregional relations.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Focal Integration Isu200

2-Wege 200 mm Componenten-Lautsprecher Frequenzgang: 40 Hz - 21 kHz Nennimpedanz: 4 Ohm Empfindlichkeit 2.83V/1m: 93 dB Nennbelastbarkeit: 80 Wrms Maximalbelastbarkeit: 160 W Tieftöner: 200 mm Polyglassmembran Einbaudurchmesser: 178.7 mm

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Die Zukunft der EU-Lateinamerika Beziehungen
7,20 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,7, Hertie School of Governance (Master of Public Policy), language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction'Latin America is absent from the European agenda, except when a summit between the two regions comes around and Europe cannot show up empty-handed.' This statement from the Spanish Elcano Royal Institute can be underlined by trade figures. 2008 only one Latin American country (Brazil) was among the 20 most important EU trading partners. The EU's economic relations with countries like Vietnam, Kazakhstan or Angola are more substantial than with Venezuela, Colombia or Peru. While economic importance of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) for the EU is small and even declining , relations are far more vital for the other side. In 2007, the EU was the second largest trading partner for the region and provided most foreign direct investments and official development assistance. Nonetheless, with only 4% of EU development aid, the region receives least in global comparison. From a LAC viewpoint, the relations have fallen short of expectations considering the strong historic and cultural ties and the hope created by the launch of a new strategy in the mid-90s promising greater access to the European market. Since 1999 five EU-LAC summits have been held declaring an interregional approach and the vision of a Bi-regional Strategic Partnership but no significant progress has been achieved. In May 2010 another summit will take place, this time under Spanish Presidency, and skepticism exists whether great advancement can be reached. The paper will outline today's EU-LAC relations and give an outlook for the future. A changed global scenario requires a new approach towards LAC which needs to consider the shortcomings in internal integration as well as the differences in development within the region. A pure focus on bilateral agreements will not be a sustainable solution. Moreover, trade centered negotiations with LAC countries do not acknowledge the growing political influence of the region. Thus, political dialogue and social issues should play a stronger role in interregional relations.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 16.12.2019
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Kazakhstan oil economy
63,99 € *
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The output of the economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan of the crisis and its socio-economic growth requires sustained investment in the oil and gas industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan. A full integration in the global economic system involves deep structural and technological changes in the economy, requiring an active and consistent policy in the field of oil and gas industry. Kazakhstan's economy was lucky in the fact that the last few years, the world economy was observed relative economic stability. The Asian crisis, which became, in fact, the first major test for the economy of Kazakhstan, in practice demonstrates the complexity and diversity of the modern economy. Today the Republic of Kazakhstan is one of the major oil powers. Area of promising oil and gas bearing regions of the country is equal to 1 million 700 thousand km2, accounting for over 62% of its territory. On today opened more than 208 oil and gas fields.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 16.12.2019
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Die Zukunft der EU-Lateinamerika Beziehungen
0,99 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,7, Hertie School of Governance (Master of Public Policy), language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction 'Latin America is absent from the European agenda, except when a summit between the two regions comes around and Europe cannot show up empty-handed.' This statement from the Spanish Elcano Royal Institute can be underlined by trade figures. 2008 only one Latin American country (Brazil) was among the 20 most important EU trading partners. The EU's economic relations with countries like Vietnam, Kazakhstan or Angola are more substantial than with Venezuela, Colombia or Peru. While economic importance of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) for the EU is small and even declining , relations are far more vital for the other side. In 2007, the EU was the second largest trading partner for the region and provided most foreign direct investments and official development assistance. Nonetheless, with only 4% of EU development aid, the region receives least in global comparison. From a LAC viewpoint, the relations have fallen short of expectations considering the strong historic and cultural ties and the hope created by the launch of a new strategy in the mid-90s promising greater access to the European market. Since 1999 five EU-LAC summits have been held declaring an interregional approach and the vision of a Bi-regional Strategic Partnership but no significant progress has been achieved. In May 2010 another summit will take place, this time under Spanish Presidency, and skepticism exists whether great advancement can be reached. The paper will outline today's EU-LAC relations and give an outlook for the future. A changed global scenario requires a new approach towards LAC which needs to consider the shortcomings in internal integration as well as the differences in development within the region. A pure focus on bilateral agreements will not be a sustainable solution. Moreover, trade centered negotiations with LAC countries do not acknowledge the growing political influence of the region. Thus, political dialogue and social issues should play a stronger role in interregional relations.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 16.12.2019
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