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Originally posted on AC's Sharing Spree:
Today I want to make you to think about something you probably take for granted. Today I would like to impose on you the question, “Is a TV a necessity or want?” Firstly…
A RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) cash machine in Rutherglen, Scotland was crowded with people. The cash machine was giving out extra cash, and found itself with a long queue. The police were notified today (17/11/12) lunchtime.
Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning-Bill Gates
Okay, I know the title doesn’t make sense, but I’ll put it into context. 1>9 means that 1 is more than 9, although we all know this isn’t factually true, what I am telling you is that small aid projects … Continue reading
Believe it or not mass bankruptcy leads to radical politics. I think that Greece will end up with extremely radical politics or go to war if the situation isn’t very well handled. In the past, after the famous Wall Street … Continue reading
Youths are those aged between 15 and 24 and there are currently over 1 billion youths in the world. 85% of youths can be found in LEDC’s (Less Economically Developed Countries) and developing countries. The global population is rising and … Continue reading
Have you ever realised that there is a strong correlation between LEDC’s and colonised countries. Powerful MEDC’s are generally those countries that have had strong empires in the 19th and 20th centuries. For example Britain and France. The poorer countries … Continue reading
As economic problems in Europe and USA arise there is less demand for products from China, therefore economic issues in USA and Europe reduce exports for China. The Chinese economy thrives on its exports, and as these have reduced so … Continue reading
UK and US unemployment rates have fallen to a record low in October 2012 since January 2010. :-$ Are we back onto an economic recovery? I don’t think so, what about you? I think that there are still too many … Continue reading
Apple currently have shortages in iPhone 5 supplies as the company Foxconn, who make assemble the phone are having problems with what they call the most complex mobile they’ve ever assembled. Apple had aimed to hit 50 million sales of the iPhone 5 by the end of the December quarter, however this doesn’t seem likely anymore.