Nestle Nigeria Plc (NESTLE.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2009 annual report.For more information about Nestle Nigeria Plc (NESTLE.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Nestle Nigeria Plc (NESTLE.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Nestle Nigeria Plc (NESTLE.ng) 2009 annual report.Company ProfileNestle Nigeria Plc is a food manufacturing and marketing company in Nigeria and a subsidiary of the largest food and beverage company in the world. The company produces an extensive range of products for the retail and wholesale sectors. Famous brands in the food category include Maggi, Golden Morn, Nan, Lactogen, Nutrend and Cerelac. Brands in the beverages segment include Milo, Chocomilo, Nescafe, Nestle Pure Life and Nido. The company has an infants’ range which includes an infant formula, Nestle Nan; and infant cereals which includes Nestle Nutrend, Nestle Cerelac and Nestle Golden Morn. Nestle Nigeria also produce and market a brand of still water called Pure Life. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Nestle Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
ArchDaily Photographs Projects Houses Photographs: Misae HIROMATSUText description provided by the architects. This is a detached house project locating at Changping ward, the suburb of Beijing City. The site is on the slope facing to the south, surrounded by the mountain in the north side, and has the good natural environment. This is not a new construction but the renovation project of the old concrete structure house that was built 5 years ago. We add the new floor and flat roofing to extend the floor area. Originally the house was 2 stories (250 sq. m.) with angled roof, and the exterior wall was covered by white tiles. Our new design changes it as the house of 3 stories (770 sq. m.) with flat roof, and the exterior wall is covered by gray blocks with outer insulation. Building plan was simplified as “C” form at the same time by us.Save this picture!© Misae HIROMATSURecommended ProductsMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingFor the exterior wall, we made the 3 layers to make the “depth” on it. Actually the exterior walls consist of 3 layers like the layer of windows-doors, the layer of insulation and the layer of concrete blocks. Since the original position of openings is rather random, when we make the new façade of the house, we make the new face natural as much as possible using these 3 layers. Save this picture!© Misae HIROMATSUOn Interior design, we put the living as the public space on the first floor, the bedrooms as the private space on the second floor, and the reading room-gallery as the relaxing space on the third floor. The vertical traffic core is located in the center of the plan. There is a step floor space on the third floor that is made from the original rooftop space. This is made as an interior space by our renovation. The part of the wall is not painted and is revealed of the original old brick walls. Lower side of the floor is not covered by the ceiling and kept the original rough concrete texture. Save this picture!© Misae HIROMATSU17 meters width and 16 meters depth of the plan is rather large for one family (4 persons). We proposed the sustainable lifestyle using this largeness. In the summertime, habitants live at the north part of the house with natural ventilation. In the wintertime, they live at south part of the house equipped with the basic heating system. For keeping the comfortable inner circumstance, we do not provide the high-spec air conditioning for all interior space, but provide the minimum equipment for adequate place. Habitants can find the comfortable space and choose the living place according to the season. This is a sustainable architecture especially for the place that has plenty of land such as China.Save this picture!© Misae HIROMATSUProject gallerySee allShow lessMinimal Complexity / Vlad TenuArticlesHolcim Awards Juries Showcase Leading Experts on SustainabilityArticles Share China Y House / Beijing Matsubara and Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/94257/y-house-beijing-matsubara-and-architects Clipboard Architects: Beijing Matsubara and Architects Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/94257/y-house-beijing-matsubara-and-architects Clipboard CopyHouses•Beijing, China Area: 1200 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Misae HIROMATSU+ 49 Share Year: “COPY” 2009 CopyAbout this officeBeijing Matsubara and ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasBeijingHousingRefurbishment3D ModelingChinaPublished on December 09, 2010Cite: “Y House / Beijing Matsubara and Architects” 09 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
WW reprints here Part 1 of an article, slightly abridged, by Sam Marcy, the late chairperson of Workers World Party, that appeared in the April 12, 1992, Workers World. Despite the years that have passed since then, his analysis is highly relevant to understanding the relationship between workers and capitalists today, as signs of a new downturn in the economy multiply.Sam Marcy meeting with Fidel Castro in October, 1993.George Meany, a one-time leader of the AFL-CIO, was by no means a paragon of trade union militancy. But toward the end of his term, he had much time to think about the many capitalist recessions and recoveries he had seen.During the late 1970s the news was full of economic data about the recession going on. A reporter from the big-business press asked him, “When is a recession over?” “The recession is over,” Meany replied, “when everybody goes back to work.”Every worker, especially the unemployed, would eagerly agree with his answer. Yet not one bourgeois economist will agree with this definition.There are many so-called independent economic institutes. But they’re all oriented toward the myth that the capitalist system and economic crises are eternal. They may be very interested in an economic upturn, but getting everybody back to work? That is not their concern.Economic growth not same as jobsTheir concern is “getting the economy moving again” — an altogether different concept than getting everybody back to work.Of course, the capitalist system can’t run without workers. The workers are the one indispensable element in capitalist production. But full employment is another matter. If Meany had been more knowledgeable about the origin and development of the capitalist system, he might have noted that ever since the first worldwide capitalist crisis, back in 1825, there has been no capitalist recovery where everybody went back to work.Army of unemployedSome workers are always left behind — not just because of the ill will or greed of the capitalist class, but because, on pain of losing out in their competition with other capitalists, they must introduce labor-saving devices which cut down the labor force.This is as inevitable as the rising sun. It has been one of the immutable effects of every capitalist crisis, resulting in a so-called reserve army of hundreds of millions of unemployed worldwide.(Of course, if a war follows a capitalist crisis, and if it’s long enough and big enough, it will “employ” everybody.)This reserve army of unemployed exists not only at the beginning of a recovery, but when it begins to gallop, and even at its very climax. It’s a fact of the historical evolution of capitalism. Even after the economy has fully recovered, some workers are supplanted by the onward march of technology. At the present time, when innovation and new technology have reached a wild and uncontrolled level, millions have been so displaced.Every phase of capitalist prosperity, it should be remembered, carries the seeds of its own destruction.Unemployment ‘too high’?In a recent interview, President George [H.W.] Bush permitted himself to say that he thinks unemployment is “too high” and believes the economy will soon spurt upward. He didn’t bemoan unemployment itself, just that it is too high.This is the acceptable political and theoretical premise that underlines capitalist ideology: There is and always will be unemployment. If 5 million or 7 million are unemployed, that’s legitimate and in accordance with the norms of capitalist development. Only when it’s too high should the government be concerned. Otherwise, it’s up to the individuals to solve their own problems.It’s a commentary on the capitalist political system and its leaders, especially the current Democratic presidential candidates, that they don’t take Bush on for this. They don’t see unemployment itself as an evil that corrodes the working class and the lower echelons of the middle class, who are constantly falling to the bottom of the pit with each shakeout of the financial system.Reports of economic recoveryThe latest issue of Business Week (dated March 30, 1992) proudly proclaims that “The recovery is here at last” and “KA-Boom–the rebound is underway.”Most of their statistics are derived from the releases of the Federal Reserve Bank. This is a bankers’ bank. Commercial banks can borrow from it at a low interest rate that no individual could ever hope to get.The chair of the Federal Reserve Board is Alan Greenspan. Few people are likely to know the names of the six other bankers on the Federal Reserve Board. They’re all appointed, and the public isn’t supposed to be concerned that they’re all white, all men, all rich bankers and industrialists in this “democratic society.” Heaven forbid that anyone should ask why no workers are on it!The Federal Reserve Board plus the directors of the 12 district banks are in charge of the central banking system. Their role in charge of the money supply makes them more omnipotent than any ancient monarchy. This bank has a Federal Open Market Committee that deals with the financing of the government’s obligations. It buys and sells dollars and bonds, and conducts currency wars abroad.The game of interest ratesHistorically, there’s a neat game that goes on between the U.S. president and the chair of the Federal Reserve Board in times of economic crisis. Congress plays a role in it, too.The president, whether Republican or Democrat, plays the point man as the advocate of low interest rates or “cheap money.” This is supposed to help the mortgaged farmer, the poor home owner, or little business person borrow from the bank at low interest rates. About 650,000 small businesses have died so far in the past decade, leaving hardly a trace behind.The lower interest rates are really for the industrialists. The big banks give the ones that are thriving lower rates. As for the ones that don’t make it, the banks can establish themselves as the first and most important secured creditors in case of bankruptcy.There has been such an avalanche of failures that it has overpowered some of the biggest banks. But all that is part and parcel of the merits of the “free enterprise” system.The chair of the Federal Reserve Board historically plays the role of the hard-headed, tight-fisted guardian of the money supply. Usually the president and the Congress say that interest rates should be lower. But the chair replies: “Not yet. It will endanger the credit standing of the government. If that goes, the whole universe might collapse.”Eventually, however, the chair gets around to lowering interest rates, and that is supposed to ease the economic crisis. Pretty soon, almost everybody will go back to work, according to the economic mythology of the bourgeois economists.In March , the Federal Reserve reported an economic improvement. Among other things, it said there was “a slow but widespread advance in the economy since the end of January.” But further on it narrows its estimate to “some improvement in economic conditions.”The two assessments are not identical. The Federal Reserve measures its words carefully.Economic conditions may improve if, for instance, you as a house painter agree to paint my apartment and I borrow some $500 from the bank to pay you. You are then able to pay the rent for your apartment and the insurance for your old car. Many examples like that can add up to economic improvement, especially if they are multiplied by the millions.But in a general way, an improvement in economic conditions as it is posed in the Federal Reserve survey is not the same thing as restarting the capitalist cycle of development.What starts up the economy again?A restart of the economy begins with the employment of workers, from whom the capitalists extract real profit. The capitalist system of exploitation begins with the unpaid labor of the worker, who produces a surplus over and above what is required generally or historically to perpetuate the working class.All the rest is merely the exchange of values within the system, and can at best only be peripheral to capitalist exploitation. For example, you can multiply the averages on the stock exchange a millionfold, but that in and of itself cannot generate profit. The profit merely changes hands.Real profit comes from the sweat and blood of the working class. Without that, the capitalist system cannot maintain itself.The fact that the capitalist stock market is rising is not evidence that the capitalist economy itself is rising. On the contrary, the stock market may be rising because there has been a severe restructuring of the capitalist economy, throwing out millions of workers. The market is anticipating fabulous profits from the restructuring of the capitalist economy.Whether the capitalist cycle of production has been restarted has to be examined independently of any ephemeral improvement in economic conditions generally. This improvement may herald an oncoming capitalist recovery, or it may fizzle out just like the last one.Furthermore, to expect that a right-wing Republican chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, just reappointed by a reactionary Republican president, will take an Olympian view of the capitalist economy and not be influenced by the elections is ridiculous. Is it possible to avoid a flood of phony statistical evaluations calculated to overwhelm the electorate?The havoc caused by the capitalist crisis has become so severe that the capitalist newspapers in some regions are competing with each other to give vivid pictures of the devastation suffered by millions of families throughout the country. Even the TV networks are forced to show at least once a week the homelessness, hunger and continuing slump in Bush’s standing with the electorate. Some of the truth must come out one way or another.But what is sorely missing is an explanation of the causes of the capitalist economic crisis. Whatever criticism does appear leads to illusions and hinders independent action by the working class.To be continued.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this read more
to go further Alarm after two journalists murdered in Brazil BrazilAmericas Besides the many instances of assault and censorship recorded in the run-up to polling day, Reporters Without Borders views as a serious setback for freedom of information the temporary exile of André Caramante, a journalist with the newspaper Folha de São Paulo, who has been the target of a hate campaign by former São Paulo military police commander Adriano Lopes Lucinda Telhada. The latter was elected a city councillor in the vote two days ago, representing the centre-right Brazilian Social Democratic Party (PSDB).————–17.09.12 – Attack on radio station a worrying development in run-up to local electionsIn the early hours of 13 September, two men entered the premises of the radio station Radio Farol in União dos Palmares in Alagoas state and set off a bomb which destroyed the studio. The blast caused no casualties but put the station off the air.Security cameras were reported to have recorded images of the two bombers and police have not ruled out a political motive. The attack is an ominous development in the run-up to the local elections on 7 and 28 October. “Unfortunately the election campaign has often been marked by online censorship, newspaper seizures and procedural abuses,” Reporters Without Borders said. “An attack of this type could lead to self-censorship on the part of many journalists, at the expense of diversity of news, which is particularly essential in such circumstances.“We hope that the investigation now under way will lead to the punishment of the perpetrators. At the same time, we call on media organizations, most of which are owned by politicians running in the current elections, to observe as scrupulously as possible the rules on equal airtime and balance in the coverage of the campaign. At stake are spirit of democracy and their own safety.” Radio Farol is owned by João Caldas, a member of the federal parliament who represents the National Ecological Party (PEN). It is known for its criticism of the outgoing mayor of d’União dos Palmares, Areski Freitas of the Brazilian Labour Party (PTB). The day before the attack, it broadcast a discussion between the mayor and the former governor, Manoel Gomes de Barros of the Social Democracy Party (PSDB), who is standing as his successor. The station’s co-manager, Lucas García, was quoted in the regional press as saying the attackers struck after the last night watchman had left at 4 a.m., an hour before the first journalist was due to arrive to start his shift. The blast caused damage estimated at more than 25,000 reais (approx 10,000 euros). A political motive cannot be ruled out since there has been a rise in attempts during the campaign to obstruct or censor media organizations and blogs perceived as hostile. A mass buy-up of a newspaper took place in the city of Itaborai in Rio de Janeiro state, where people close to the Republic Party candidate Altineu Cortes grabbed 400 copies of the 4 and 5 September editions of the daily O Dia. Censorship is more often exercised via court decisions, of which candidates make full use. In one of the most dramatic cases, the federal police halted the distribution of the newspaper Correio do Estado in Campo Grande in Mato Grosso do Sul state on 30 August after it published a poll on voting intentions. However, court decisions can go in opposite directions from one state to another. Thus, in Curitiba in Paraná state, the regional electoral court eventually granted a request, denied by a lower court, by Democratic Labour Party candidate Gustavo Fruet to block publication of an opinion poll by the website Datafolha. Conversely, the electoral court in Fortaleza allowed the publication of a poll commissioned by the newspaper O Povo and published by Datafolha, overturning an earlier ban obtained by two candidates. On 3 September, Fernando Conceiçao, a journalist and blogger, criticised an attempt to censor him by a candidate for mayor of Salvador de Bahia, Mário Kertész of the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB). The candidate had asked the courts to order the removal of any reference to an embezzlement case from the journalist’s blog. The court order was suspended.Such was not the case for the blogger Tarso Cabral Violin, who runs the Blog do Tarso. At the instigation of the Curitiba’s PSDB mayor Luciano Ducci the electoral court ordered him to pay two fines totalling 106,000 reais (40,000 euros) for publishing two simulated ballots. Help by sharing this information Organisation News April 15, 2021 Find out more 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies BrazilAmericas Luis Henrique Georges, the owner of the daily Jornal da Praça in Ponta Porã, in Mato Grosso do Sul state, was shot dead on 4 October in a gun attack in which a member of his staff, Nery Gordo Veras, was also killed.Some sources have linked the crime to the publication of an article that was highly critical of one of the candidates standing in the municipal elections held two days ago, to whom Georges, known as “Tulu”, had expressed his strong opposition. The Jornal da Praça was still mourning the death of its editor Paulo Rocaro in February this year. The latest death brings to eight the number of media workers killed in Brazil since the start of the year. Three are likely to have been targeted because of their work.“Even if there is no obvious link to the journalist’s work, priority should be given to this probability in the investigation,” Reporters Without Borders said.“This tragedy, which occurred after a tense and at times violent election campaign, demonstrates once again the high risks journalists face in some parts of the country. A second round is due on 28 October and the manner in which the campaign has been conducted affects the overall operation of many regional media outlets in Brazil.“Journalists working for media organizations owned by politicians are particularly exposed to score-settling by political activists or followers. This calls for an in-depth debate in the National Congress.” October 9, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Municipal election campaign marred by murder of newspaper owner News Reports May 13, 2021 Find out more News RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America Receive email alerts Follow the news on Brazil April 27, 2021 Find out more RSF_en read more
NewsLimerick paramedic saves the dayBy John Keogh – July 11, 2014 750 Print Shannon off to a flying start for the New Year. The undying spirit of Frank McCourt New York winter flights welcomed RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleAnti war demonstrations, city centre and ShannonNext articleCity Hall’s evening expo for Made in Limerick €2.3m works John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Twitter Norwegian Air amends Irish-US schedules Facebook Email The 49th Street subway station, where the accident occurredThe 49th Street subway station, where the accident occurredA PARAMEDIC from Limerick was a member of the emergency response team who helped to rescue Belfast woman Mary Downey (22) when she became trapped underneath a New York subway train, along with fireman Sean Cummins from Dublin.Niall O’Shaughnessy, who lives in Long Island, told RTÉ’s John Murray show that the trio started laughing underneath the train when they realised they all hailed from Ireland.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Ms Downey miraculously escaped with just a broken shoulder after three trains passed within inches of her when she fell on to the tracks at 49th Street station near Times Square at around 6am on Sunday, June 29.Niall had just begun his shift when he was called to attend a “man under” situation, which means that a person has been hit by a train and is still under it.“I noticed that the firefighter had a bit of an accent and he told me he was from Dublin. I said ‘I’m from Limerick’ and then the patient told us she was from Belfast. Underneath the train we all had a laugh about it, including Mary herself,” explained Niall.The paramedic, who has worked for the New York fire service for eight years, said he usually expects the worst when he gets a “man under” call, which occurs once or twice a day in New York.“People are rarely as lucky as Mary was to walk away from it, it’s usually a fatality. At the start we didn’t realise that three trains had run over her, we thought it was just the one, which would have been bad enough.”Niall revealed that Mary may have survived by rolling into a depression between the railway tracks, and then ducking into an alcove under the platform after unsuccessfully attempting to climb back up after the first train passed by.He concluded: “To be honest, she was blessed, completely blessed that there happened to be these areas and she happened to recognise them and tucked herself in.”via Limerick paramedic saves the day (331 with pic and quote box) | Limerick Post Newswrite. TAGSMary Downeynew yorkNiall O’Shaughnessy Limerick journalist wins Pulitzer Prize for Putin regime investigation WhatsApp Aer Lingus opt for Shannon New York winter route over Boston Advertisement read more
Subscribe Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Ever-Changing TRID Demands Companies Pivot to Stay Current Charlotte Brown leads product regionalization and document production systems Qualia. Her team empowers title settlement professionals and real estate law firms with an all-in-one, easy-to-use software platform for more efficient and secure real estate closings. For more information on Qualia, visit http://www.qualia.com/. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Print This Post Sign up for DS News Daily Share Save Previous: Can Hispanics Bridge the Homeownership Gap? 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Before the federal government mandated TRID to assist consumers with the paper-laden process of buying a home, there were dozens of disclosures scattered throughout the purchasing timeline. It was confusing, hard to manage, and even more difficult to understand.Today, by combining multiple documents into only two, and clarifying the timing in which the documents need to reach the hands of the buyer, the consumer has more time to review, understand, and sign the required paperwork. However, now with two years of TRID’s mandates, it’s clear that with streamlining comes a new crop of issues, and these affect the stakeholders supporting the transaction on the back-end.One big problem that lenders and title agents come up against with TRIDis that their legacy systems aren’t built for seamless changes. While band-aids can be applied, they come unglued quicker than it takes to develop the fix in the first place. Furthermore, each adjustment requires a lot of time – at a cost. This brings up the next hurdle. TRID requires a specific period of time to deliver the Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure. If the timing is off or if there is an error, loans may fall apart, penalties could be levied, and important business relationships might be compromised.Stakeholders are struggling to comply with the highly regulated lending environment without spending more than what is brought in. And state and federal regulations are always being added and amended. It’s tough to keep up in this environment with new types of calculations, variable timelines, and constantly changing forms. Each modification begs for errors and can be costly to implement, especially for smaller agencies. Moreover, there is the constant need to update and reinforce security efforts to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and privacy of consumer data. Each breach covered by the news calls for additional attention, time and money in order to properly secure the consumers’ personal information.Fortunately, technology is available to ease the burden, balancing what comes in and what goes out. Companies can benefit from a checklist that ensures they’re investing in the right technology to be more time and cost efficient. Setting these as must-haves can even help improve thebottom line.The best rule of thumb is to find a single software solution that provides:SaaS that updates in real-time – When there is a new regulation, let the software developer make the appropriate changes and updates. When the work is done in the background, code stays current while reducing IT costs. An added benefit is that SaaS lets you work from anywhere.Proven integration capabilities, transparency and audit trails – Consider these to be must-haves in choosing the right platform. The secure integration of lenders, underwriters, escrow accounts, e-recorders, shipping providers, release trackers, and title examiners means no crucial step is missed, unnecessarily re-keyed, or performed incorrectly. It also provides easy and thorough access to all data should a question or potential lawsuit arise.SOC 2 accreditation – This independent third party security audit provides proof of established processes and practices to monitor unusual system activity in cloud environments, whether malicious actions or unintentional. This may not be TRID specific, but it is imperative for companies to be covered.Here’s the takeaway: there aren’t enough band-aids to keep an old system running at peak conditions in the modern climate. Fortunately, software systems that are SaaS-based are constantly being tuned to the best real time best practices. The most intricate will even guide you along the way. Software isn’t as expensive or difficult to set-up as before because you don’t have to keep buying new releases, or take on the burden of reprogramming and re-building internally. Source smart now and it will pay off in the long-run. Home / Daily Dose / Ever-Changing TRID Demands Companies Pivot to Stay Current read more
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AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleIMO to vote today on plans to ballot for industrial actionNext articleLUH third most overcrowded in the country for second consecutive day News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Major funding boost for two Donegal harbours Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Facebook Twitter Killybegs and Burtonport is to receive a major funding boost with more than €7.5 million being secured for two new harbour projects.€3.6 million is being allocated to develop a new tourism information centre and digital hub in Killybegs while €3.1 million is being invested by Government to improve infrastructure around Burtonport harbour as well as installing shorefront amenities on Arranmore Island.Investment will also be made in facilities that link the island to the mainland.In relation to funding to complete works at Greencastle Harbour, Minister Joe McHugh has committed to work with the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine to get the project over the line:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/mchughfund.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Community Enhancement Programme open for applications By News Highland – November 6, 2019 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Pinterest read more