Of those reports that we have available – this latest. The author Marina S. – always pleased participants of our meetings and readers of the blog a non-trivial look at the discussed problem. But not only the originality of judgments, reports our friend is a striking phenomenon in the meetings of the Face. All her thoughts and positions are always the fruit of deep reflection. Marina nervously, sincerely share with us pressing issues facing it in the reading of a work. So final – so far, the other authors until the Summer school report on “Faust” by Goethe.
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David Stockman, former budget Director in the administration of President Reagan in his speech on 31 January 2016 put it figuratively, cynical and right. “The sheep are lined up in the queue, and this queue is on the massacre. I don’t understand how the generation of baby boom, which is now retired at a speed of 10,000 people a day will be able to survive the collapse of their stock of savings, and that exactly what awaits them ahead.”
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In China, unbeknownst to many occurs a quiet revolution. Few people have heard about such companies like Shenzhen Everwin Precision Technology, but it creates history. At the beginning of last year, the company is a manufacturer of electronic components has announced its plans to build the country’s first fully automated factory. About 1,000 industrial robots to replace workers on the production lines. Thus the company plans to increase the productivity and to find a solution to the problem of reducing the number of working-age population and growth in wages.
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