Unemployment rate dipped in September on big parttime job gains StatCan

first_imgOTTAWA – Canada’s job market gained 63,000 positions in September, edging the unemployment rate lower to 5.9 per cent, and offsetting job losses in August, Statistics Canada reported Friday.September’s increase in employment was largely driven by gains in part-time work, with part-time jobs up by around 80,000, the agency said in its monthly labour force survey.Economists had estimated the country would add 25,000 jobs in September, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.The job gains were also almost entirely in Ontario and British Columbia, with little change in the other provinces.The latest monthly report from Statistics Canada indicates the jobs market remains volatile, after August saw a decline of more than 51,000 positions, raising the unemployment rate to 6.0 per cent, after two months of increasesOn a year-over-year basis, Canada gained 222,000 jobs since September 2017.South of the border, the unemployment rate in the United States dropped more than expected, to 3.7 per cent in September from 3.9 per cent the previous month, as 134,000 jobs were created, well below analyst predictions of a 185,000 jobs surge.Statistics Canada also reported the Canadian international merchandise trade balance improved in August, recording a surplus for the first time since December 2016.It said imports fell by 2.5 per cent and exports declined 1.1 per cent, producing a surplus of $526 million compared with July’s $189 million trade deficit.Taken together, the jobs and trade reports paint a rosier economic picture than anticipated, increasing the likelihood that the Bank of Canada will increase its trend-setting interest rate later this month, said BMO Financial Group chief economist Doug Porter.“The big picture is that the economy overall is looking a bit better than anticipated, with the bias now squarely to the upside on growth,” Porter headlined in a note to clients.But the fact that the job gains were part-time, and the trade surplus was the result of declines in both imports and exports, takes some of the shine off the numbers, said Royce Mendes at CIBC Capital Markets.Statistics Canada’s monthly labour force survey found that all of the job gains in September were made by workers in the core 25-to-54 age range with virtually no change in youth employment. September’s youth unemployment rate stood at 11.0 per cent, up by 0.1 percentage points from the previous month.Men in the core age bracket gained the most, with 34,000 jobs while women also saw increases of 20,000 positions.The agency said the number of self-employed Canadians declined by 35,000 after recording an almost equal total increase over the past twelve months.Many of the jobs were found in construction, up by 28,000 in September, reversing two previous monthly declines.Around 13,000 jobs were added in finance, insurance, real estate and rental and leasing, mostly in Ontario and Alberta.Employment increased by about 12,000 in the public sector, which has seen a rise of about 20,000 jobs overall since last September.The agriculture sector also saw gains of about 9,000 jobs, offsetting continuous declines seen since May.Statistics Canada also released third quarter employment numbers for the territories, reporting gains of 500 and 900 jobs in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories respectively while 400 job losses were recorded in Yukon. The numbers were compared with the second quarter and based on a three-month rolling average.last_img read more

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Controversy ridden Sri Lankan school in Qatar gets new Chairman

“We are set to start construction of new building of the community school within next three months and most likely it will be completed by 2020,” he said while talking to The Peninsula. The Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Qatar A S P Liyanage has said that the construction work on new building of Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha will start within three months. Regarding recent change in management of school, the Ambassador said that the former chairman was removed on the basis of some serious complaints. “The embassy will also have at least five year audit of the accounts of the school,” he said, adding that the new chairman – Balasooriya – who is a chartered accountant by profession, would take the school ahead on the way to progress with full support from the Embassy.The Ambassador said that in Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha, new academic year classes would start on August 26, 2018 with many improvements in educational standards. “We are also planning to introduce Sri Lankan curriculum along existing international curriculum,” he said.The Ambassador assured the community particularly parents of children studying at Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha that recent changes in school management would not disturb anything rather cause betterment for the whole school system and its educational standards. He also clarified that the school management under new chairman would not remove any employee from academic or non-academic staff from their job. (Colombo Gazette) He said that Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha was affiliated with the Embassy. “After the appointment of the new chairman, the Embassy has also formed a steering committee mostly consisting of parents of the school students to look after affairs of the school,” he added.The Ambassador said that the government of Qatar had allocated a 10,000 square meters plot of land for the construction of Sri Lankan community school at Thumama junction. “Due to laxness of previous management of school, the construction of new building of the school could not start timely while Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha is working in a rented building at present. Now, after new chairman, things will be set on the right track,” he added.The Ambassador further said that currently as many as 1400 students were enrolled at Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha. “Most of them are from the Sri Lankan community but students from other nationalities like Bangladeshi and Nigerian etc. are also studying there.” A new Chairman has been appointed to the controversy ridden Sri Lankan school in Qatar.The Peninsula reported that former Chairman of the Stafford Sri Lankan School in Doha, Kumudu Foneska has been replaced with Roshan Sanjaya Balasooriya. There had been concerns over the involvement of the Embassy with the school while there were also concerns the school will be closed.Liyanage said that the Ministry of Education and Higher Education had recently appointed new chairman of Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha. “The former chairman Kumudu Foneska has been replaced with Roshan Sanjaya Balasooriya on July 4 through an official notification issued by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education which acted on the request of the embassy,” he said, adding that it was in the best interest of the school and community. He said that after the construction of new school building, for which architectural design was also ready, the school will be able to cater to almost double strength of students. read more

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Annan moves to appoint new envoy to Afghanistan

Mr. Arnault has served as the Acting Special Representative in Afghanistan since Lakhdar Brahimi stepped down from the post at the start of last month. He has also been Deputy Special Representative for the country, with responsibility for political affairs, since March 2002.Mr. Annan wrote a letter to the Security Council President on Friday informing him of his intention to appoint Mr. Arnault. The Council has until tomorrow to respond to the letter.Mr. Arnault previously served in Kabul in 1990, as a Senior Political Affairs Officer for the UN and the head of the Kabul headquarters of the then-Office of the Secretary-General in Afghanistan and Pakistan.The experienced French diplomat has held a range of international posts, including a stint as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Guatemala from 1997 to 2000. read more

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UN spotlights top 10 issues that should garner more media coverage

This list of “Ten Stories the World Should Know More About,” announced at a press conference at UN Headquarters in New York by Shashi Tharoor, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, includes a number of humanitarian emergencies, as well as conflict or post-conflict situations, and spans other matters of concern to the United Nations, although it is far from representative of the main issues before the Organization. According to DPI, the stories are not ones that have never been reported, but are often second-rung issues that need more thorough, balanced and regular attention. Mr. Tharoor stressed that the list itself was “a snapshot of the most compelling stories that, at this point in time, we believe are in need of more media attention.”While the list was prepared in consultation with various UN offices and agencies, DPI said it took full responsibility for the final selection, noting that the ranking did not necessarily reflect the order of importance. “Our number one story is merely the first among equals,” said Mr. Tharoor.Noting that the launch took place on the eve of the World Press Freedom Day, he stressed that the goal of the initiative was to engage the media in bringing attention to critical issues, rather than to criticize the press for what it covers or overlooks.To assist journalists in covering the stories, DPI will provide contact information about UN focal points for the highlighted stories, launch a special page on UN News Centre web site and will help the press to arrange interviews with UN officials prepared to speak on those issues. Video of the press briefing [35mins] read more

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Fiji and UN appeal for 38 million to relieve catastrophic loss after

Tropical Cyclone Winston: Chart 2 Tropical Cyclone Winston: Chart 3 The Government of Fiji and the United Nations today launched an appeal for $38.6 million in critical emergency relief to 350,000 people in need after Cyclone Winston’s fury left the island nation “a loss of catastrophic proportions.” “In light of the enormous and long process to recovery and rehabilitation ahead of us, and in the name of the Fijian people, I am calling on the international community’s assistance,” Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama said. He said that relief efforts are in full swing and Fiji is prioritizing the restoration of such essential services as education, health, infrastructure and agriculture. Winston, the most devastating tropical cyclone on record in the Southern Hemisphere, struck the Pacific island nation on 20 February, taking more than 40 lives and affecting 350,000 people, 40 per cent of the total population. Some 54,000 people remain sheltered in 960 evacuation centres. While comprehensive data on the damage is still being collected, initial estimates indicate varying levels of destruction, with up to 100 per cent of buildings destroyed on some islands. Hundreds of schools have been damaged or destroyed, health facilities have been severely damaged and the agricultural sector faces a total loss of some $56 million. Tropical Cyclone Winston: Chart 1 Tropical Cyclone Winston: Chart 4 “Almost no part of our nation has been left unscarred, and many of our rural and maritime areas bore the brunt of Winston’s fury,” said Nazhat Shameem Khan, Fiji’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva. On Koro Island alone, more than 3,000 people were left homeless, with 21 per cent of livestock dead and any crop yield made impossible. “This is a loss of catastrophic proportions for Fiji, and the immediate loss will be followed by a longer term loss to Fiji’s economic and social growth,” Mr. Khan said. “We have suffered a terrible blow to infrastructure, health, education, and agriculture. It is a blow which will take us years to recover from. The moment is now, for our friends to stand by the people of Fiji.” For its part, the UN, together with its humanitarian partners, is supporting Fiji in their response to the catastrophe. “It is vital that the international community provides the necessary resources so we can help all the affected people with shelter, health services, water and sanitation, and support students to restart their education,” said Marcy Vigoda, Chief of Partnerships and Resource Mobilization in the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Geneva. Meanwhile, Stephen O’Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, is releasing some $8 million from the UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to immediate response projects in the appeal. International donors have already made in-kind donations and provided technical assistance worth nearly $22 million, and provided $9 million in cash. read more

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Churches selling stained glass and organs to fund upkeep court warns

Such items are part of the heritage, and were probably first acquired in many cases as the result of many small and sacrificial gifts by a large number of parishioners and benefactors He added: “Such items are part of the heritage, and were probably first acquired in many cases as the result of many small and sacrificial gifts by a large number of parishioners and benefactors contributing to the costs of erecting and fitting out the church. “So in my own limited experience, I think the danger is real.”However, he granted the church permission to remove the organ because its sale was “by no means a money-raising scheme” and the change would allow the church to install better facilities.  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The request had been turned down, he said, in part because it was “wrong in principle for churches to look round their interiors in times of need to see what ‘treasures’ they could dispose of as decorative items, whether they be unused pulpits or balconies, or pews or windows, or indeed anything else, that might find a ready sale, and raise some funds.” Churches are selling off their stained glass windpows and organs to fund upkeep, a Church of England court has warned. John Bullimore, chancellor of the Diocese of Derby, said that fears that churches would rip out valuable artefacts to raise money were well-founded. Ruling on an application by All Saints Church, Findern, to remove a 150-year-old organ and install a kitchen and toilet, Mr Bullimore said he shared the concerns of the organ adviser that small churches would “sell off assets – furniture or fixtures and fittings – because they are ‘not really needed’, or the mission of the church locally is more important”. “I do not think this danger is altogether fanciful,” he said, adding that he had previously heard a case where a church had sought to sell its stained glass windows to a Japanese firm “to adorn some building for rest, recreation and refreshment thousands of miles away”.  read more

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New equipment operator access passport system from Whiting

first_imgAccidents and downtime are the deadly enemies of the mining and energy industries as they move into an era of unparalleled world demand for their output, driven by sharply rising urbanisation and economic development. The push to optimise output efficiencies and competitive advantage is a huge task in an industry that is critically dependent on the safety of highly skilled personnel, while achieving optimum uptime of high cost mobile and fixed equipment. Whiting Corporation division Whiting Passport has introduced to North America a new universal access control system, called AccessPoint, which uses smart card technology to control access to mobile and fixed equipment.It physically prevents unauthorised people from using vital machinery they are not qualified to control. “As the demand for commodities grows, mining companies need a partner to support them in their efforts who understands the issues important to the mining industry – like safety, and productivity,” says Whiting Passport Product Manager Joel Phelps. “AccessPoint from Whiting Passport puts an engineering control between your high-value, high-risk equipment and those who shouldn’t be using it.  This helps to ensure the safety of your operators and employees, and extends the life cycle of your equipment because you can control who can operate your equipment and who cannot.”AccessPoint is described as unique in that it controls and can record the who, how, when and where the equipment was used. The technology – which can be used on any piece of fixed or mobile equipment – is an inexpensive, easy-to-use way to significantly reduce the risks of equipment misuse, which can include death and injury, compromising of the safety of entire plant operations and also causing damage and disruption that drives up operating costs. The technology differs from existing access control systems that are designed to control access to areas, governing perimeter access. By contrast, AccessPoint from Whiting Passport puts an engineering control between any high risk, high value equipment and stops it being used by people who shouldn’t be running it. The system is administered through a secure, easy-to-use web-based application, Whiting Viewpoint, which can tell operators who is using any equipment  in real time.System users can view run hours of all AccessPoint devices within range from any Bluetooth device, or they can log into their own personal dashboard, or Viewport, from their PC to view usage statistics of all AccessPoint devices. Each AccessPoint system is customized to each specific user, who has the power to store start and stop times, to track certification and expiration statuses and to set customised re-certification intervals on a per user basis, as they see fit. “Users can remain in compliance with OHSA and other regulatory standards because AccessPoint gives them the ability to continuously view how their equipment is being used. Users can quickly address and correct misuse patterns. AccessPoint creates a shared culture of responsibility that ensures the correct use of high risk, high value plant equipment. Unlike specialised perimeter systems designed to control and record access to areas or a single asset, AccessPoint  can be deployed across the entire enterprise for every range of fixed and mobile plant equipment,  from a fleet of different vehicles and civil engineering equipment that could be lethal in the wrong hands, through to through to extensive and expensive materials handling and mineral processing systems.”last_img read more

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Police Woman confronted by burglars 3 arrested

first_imgA woman told police she was confronted by three burglars in her Ridgefield home Wednesday night. Three suspects were later arrested.A resident at 2021 S. Osprey Drive in Ridgefield called 911 just after 9 p.m. to report that she was upstairs, home alone, and could hear noises at the lower level of the residence, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office reported.The caller, still on the phone with a dispatcher, was confronted by the suspects, who took her phone and broke it, the sheriff’s office said. They left with an unknown amount of property.A Ridgefield police officer responded and reportedly saw the suspects’ vehicle leaving the area. The officer began a pursuit.The vehicle crashed a short distance later, and three men inside fled on foot, deputies reported.A sheriff’s deputy responding to the area located one suspect after a short foot chase and took that suspect into custody.Law enforcement with the assistance of the sheriff’s office K-9 searched the area for the remaining two suspects. The dog tracked the suspects to a large swampy area east of where the crash occurred and found them hiding in a clump of brush. They, too, were taken into custody.last_img read more

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Calling for Candidates for the 2016 Leadership At Its Best program

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) is seeking candidates for the 2015-16 Leadership At Its Best program, sponsored by Syngenta. The program is designed to provide state soybean leaders with advanced leadership training and the necessary communication skills to make a difference in American agriculture while advancing into leadership positions on a national level.Leadership At Its Best is a two-part training program that includes advanced leadership, agricultural issues, communications and media training, culminating in Washington, D.C. with Capitol Hill visits. The candidate must be a current director or committee chair who has expressed a strong desire to assume a top leadership position AND must be able to attend both parts of the program:Part I   Aug. 10-14, 2015 in Minneapolis, Minn.Part II  March 13-15, 2016* in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the ASA Board MeetingClick here to download more information on the selection criteria for Leadership At Its Best.A nomination form is available here.Submit nomination form online here.Please contact Michelle Hummel at mhummel@soy.org if you have any questions regarding the program. State Selection Forms are due by Friday, May 22, 2015.last_img read more

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Civic workers protest for minimum wages

first_imgDubbaka: Gramapanchayat workers staged dharna in front of MPDO office on Wednesday demanding minimum wages. CITU district Asst secretary G Bhaskar expressed concern that the workers are not getting wages equal to their work. He criticised the state government for not fulfilling its assurance of providing salary of Rs 8,500 to each worker. He demanded insurance and regular medical checkups to workers. He also demanded that the officials concerned come to their aid and solve their issues.The workers threatened to intensify agitation of their demands aren’t met. Gramapanchayat workers Satyanarayana, Narasimhulu, Babu, Shankar, Nandam, Rajaiah and others were present.last_img

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RCB Rajasthan Royals can still qualify for playoffs Here are all the

first_imgThe IPL is well and truly in the business phase and as things stand right now (after Mumbai Indians beat the Chennai Super Kings), there are as many as four teams which are stuck in the mid-table muddle and plenty of calculations, permutations and combinations will be applied. As of now, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals are the most comfortably placed, but there could be a frenetic jostle for the fourth place.Here we look at the possible scenarios of the teams which are looking at wins in this last leg of the league stage:Sunrisers Hyderabad (10 points, 4 matches remain) Vijay Shankar and David WarnerIANSThey still have their fortunes in their own hand and if they win three out of the four matches remaining, they will be assured of a playoff berth. However, if they drop two matches and end up with 14 points, it might still be enough for them as they have a superior net run rate of 0.654.Kings XI Punjab (10 points, 3 matches remain)Unlike SRH, Kings XI have a very shabby net run rate which reads -0.117 and to ensure that this does not impede them in any which way, KXIP will have to win all their remaining matches. It could well be a shootout between SRH and KXIP. Kolkata Knight Riders (8 points, 3 matches remain)It has been a shocking slide for Dinesh Karthik’s side – 6 consecutive defeats and they are almost at a point of no return. Even if they win their remaining matches, they will end up with 12 points and will need few other results to go their way. What could ideally help them is the fact that the NRR is a decent -0.050.Rajasthan Royals (8 points, 3 matches remain)The scenario is pretty same to Kolkata Knight Riders, they have to win all their three matches and then hope other sides ease their job. They will have to hope CSK, DC win their respective matches too so that they can book a slot in the playoffs. Royal Challengers Bangalore (8 points, 3 matches remain) Virat KohliIPLAfter a shocking start to their campaign, RCB has finally found some late momentum. 3 wins on the trot and now there is the belief in the camp that the can well win the rest of their matches and hope other sides hand them a favour. They too would want DC, CSK and MI to win all their matches so that it helps their surge.last_img read more

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Harris County Officials Encourage Residents To Be Proactive In Protecting From Mosquito

first_img Share Harris County Public HealthDr. Umair Shah, executive director of Harris County Public Health (first from the right), participated in a May 15, 2018, press conference where county officials encouraged the public to protect themselves from mosquito bites.The increasing heat and humidity is conducive for mosquitoes to breed more, and Harris County officials encouraged residents Tuesday to be proactive about protecting themselves from mosquito bites.During a press conference led by Judge Ed Emmett, Doctor Umair Shah, executive director of Harris County Public Health, highlighted that for the past few years medical experts and the general public have realized, because of cases of Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika, that “the daytime mosquito, the Aedes mosquito, increasingly has also been a real issue across the country.”Shah also noted that the Centers for Control Disease and Prevention (CDC) recently released a report indicating that diseases spread by mosquitoes, ticks and fleas “have tripled across the country from 2004 to 2016.”Some of the measures recommended by experts to prevent mosquito bites are using a repellent approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as wearing long sleeves and long pants that cover the skin and regularly draining water accumulated outside of homes and in yards.last_img read more

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DMV HBCU Report Bowie State Closer to CIAA North Title Howard and

first_imgBy MARK F. GRAY, Special to the AFROBowie State moved one step closer to playing for their conference championship while Howard and Morgan were all but mathematically eliminated from contention with losses last weekend.Howard University celebrated its 151st homecoming last week, but lost their football game against South Carolina State (27-21) (Courtesy Photo).BOWIE STATE WINS AT LINCOLNBowie State took another step towards returning to the CIAA championship game with a resilient 35-14 win at Lincoln. The Bulldogs need to win their season finale at home versus Elizabeth City State to play for the title.Once again Bowie State had to overcome a slow start on a soggy day in Philadelphia to keep their championship hopes alive.  The Bulldogs recovered an early interception of quarterback Amir Hall that was returned by Dominique Rogers 50 yards for a touchdown.  Lincoln would later take a 14-0 lead as Rogers recovered a blocked punt in the end zone late in the second quarter.Hall then found his rhythm and led the Bulldogs on a 35-0 barrage as the defense shut out Lincoln for the final 41:33 of the game.  His comeback assault started with a 68-yard touchdown pass to Montez Clay that cut the deficit in half.  Following a safety, Bowie State took the lead for good when Hall connected with Geordan Clark with the first of two touchdown passes for a 23-yard score.   After Hall connected with Clark for a nine yard touchdown pass, he capped the afternoon’s scoring with a 33-yard strike to Lesana Sesay to provide the game’s final margin of victory.The 24 of 42 306 yard four touchdown performance by Hall pulled him to within two passing scores of the CIAA’s all-time leader Kameron Smith of Winston Salem St.Next: Elizabeth City StateHOWARD HOMECOMING SPOILED BY S.C. STATESouth Carolina State took advantage of Howard’s apparent pregame homecoming hangover to effectively end the Bison’ chances of winning the MEAC Championship with a 27-21 upset at Greene Stadium.Howard was flat from the start and struggled offensively on what began as a rainy afternoon in the Nation’s Capital.  S.C. State put the clamps on the Bison rushing game and forced Cailyn Newton to win the game passing.  With the Bulldogs defense focused on containing wide receivers Jequez Ezzard and Kyle Anthony, Newton was forced into two game changing interceptions that put them in a hole that was ultimately too deep to escape.Newton was mortal when he needed to be Superman but there is no phone booth at Howard.  He passed for 118 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions and rushed 106 yards on 18 carries. However, S.C. State wouldn’t allow Newton to be the dynamic playmaker he’s been since stepping onto campus in 2017.The Bulldogs led 27-7 heading in the fourth quarter when Newton found his cape.  He connected with Damon Gillespie for a 65-yard touchdown closing the gap to 27-14.  Dedrick Parson also had TD runs of 65 and two yards but, Howard was penalized after recovering an onside kick. The second attempt was recovered by the Bulldogs to seal the game.Next: Florida A&MMORGAN BLOWN OUT AT FAMUAfter the warmth and fuzziness following their victory at North Carolina A&T, Morgan State’s season may have hit rock bottom with a 38-3 loss at Florida A&M.  The Rattlers cruised after opening a 31-0 halftime lead while the Bears offered little resistance to a team that will represent the MEAC in the Celebration Bowl with a victory at Howard.Their pre-Halloween nightmare in Tallahassee began when Demontre Moore recovered a fumble in the end zone to end Morgan’s first possession.  FAMU quarterback Ryan Stanley completed three touchdown passes before intermission and the rout was on.Next: Bethune Cookmanlast_img read more

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Textiles play pivotal role in spinning India story

first_imgThe Indian economy is rated fourth in the world, on a purchasing power parity basis, after the United States, the European Union and China. For the fiscal year 2014-2015, the forecast for real GDP growth rate in India is estimated at 5.1 per cent to 5.5 per cent by the National Council of Applied Economic Research. According to the Technopak Report 2014, for almost two decades textile and apparel industry has been a major contributor to India’s GDP and provides employment to over 45 million people. India’s GDP in 2013 was estimated at $1.823 trillion and 5.2 per cent of this came from the textile and apparel industry. Also Read – Revolutionising Indian agricultureThe industry has also been crucial as far as industrial production and earning of foreign exchange through exports is concerned. Availability of abundant raw material like cotton, silk, wool and jute blended with India’s competitiveness in skilled labour have provided unique advantages to its textile and apparel industry, whose domestic market has been bigger than the export market and had reached $59 billion in 2013, while export market is $ 36 billion. The Indian apparel retail sector is highly fragmented and only 19 per cent of sales in India is estimated to be from the organized sector. These numbers are in contrast with that of the United States and Europe where over 80 per cent of the apparel sales are from organized fashion retailers. Also Read – BLACK FIBREDeveloped countries like USA, countries of the European Union and Japan have emerged as consuming countries, while developing countries like India, China and Bangladesh are producing countries with cheap labour that is one of the most important factors driving their production advantage. According to the Technopak report 2014, the expected slower annual GDP growth (CAGR 2013 to 2018 is 2.4 per cent) in the advanced economies is directly impacting the consumption of textile and apparel, hence reducing its demand.  On the other hand, the expected higher annual GDP growth (CAGR 2013 to 2018 is 5.4 per cent) of the developing countries has led to an increase in purchasing power of consumers, favouring the growth in textile and apparel consumption in these countries. India is one of the largest exporters of textiles and apparel, and also has a vertically-integrated supply chain while being known for producing a wide range of textiles and apparel products. In India’s exports of textiles and apparel, 60 per cent contribution comes from apparel, and 40 per cent  from textiles. Based on the information on domestic market size, imports and exports numbers for apparel, it is estimated that the total apparel production in India for the year 2013 will be in the range of 17 billion to 20 billion pieces. According to the Technopak report 2014, India has been one of the key players in the textile and apparel industry.  In 2013, the estimated textile and apparel industry of India was worth $95 billion and this figure includes both exports as well as domestic consumption. India’s textile and apparel industry together is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9 per cent to reach a market size of $226 billion by the end of 2023. India’s apparel industry is also estimated to grow at a CAGR of 9 per cent to reach a market size of $101 billion by the end of 2023. The size of the Indian textile and apparel industry, including both domestic market and exports, was $70 billion in the year 2009 and has grown at a CAGR of 8 per cent in between 2009 and 2013. The export market is expected to grow from $36 billion in the year 2013 to $85 billion by the end of 2023. It is expected that the domestic market would also grow owing to increase in spending from middle class. Domestic textile (including home textiles and technical textiles) and apparel market would grow at CAGR of 9 per cent from $59 billion in 2013 to $141 billion by 2023.Though organized retail contributed only 17 per cent of the total apparel market in 2010 and is estimated to contribute 25 per cent of the total apparel market by 2015, its share is poised to grow sharply over the coming years and contribute to approximately 40 per cent share of the total apparel market by 2020. The Indian apparel market being highly unorganized has independent retail stores as major retailers. But it has been observed that organized retailing in India has been growing at a fast pace. An increasing number of international brands are establishing their presence in India with organized systems of working, extremely fast supply chain and product turnaround time. Hence, to be competitive, there is a need for the Indian brands and retailers to follow a value chain that is fast, organized and transparent with the ability to deliver right goods at the right time and place, in right quantity at the right operating cost. The need for today is an integrated supply chain with an established coordination with all its intermediaries, which can help the retailer by providing convenience in ordering and receiving of merchandise and conversion and reducing its inventory carrying cost by supplying merchandise just in time when needed. As the industry is highly fragmented, it offers opportunities for merger and acquisitions and inorganic growth going forward. This has caused the apparel manufacturers to focus on providing end-to-end solutions besides just manufacturing for the brands /retailers. Hence, manufacturers are moving towards integrated set-ups by entering into strategic partnership (like mergers, acquisition and joint ventures) with manufacturers of yarn and textiles, logistics providers, with an aim to provide responsive and efficient supply chain.Meanwhile, the textile fashion market appears to be right and bright for the Oswal Group, whose “Monte Carlo Fashions Limited” recently announced an initial public offering of 5.4 million shares from December 3 to 5 December, 2014 at face value of Rs 10 each for cash at a price band of Rs 630 to Rs 645 per Equity Share. Jawaharlal Oswal, Chairman of Oswal Group, said this offering is targeting the Indian Apparel market which is worth $41 billion of which the organized market is worth Rs 13 billion itself and market growth at nine per cent per annum.  With consumer annual disposable income growing at 12 per cent yearly since 2006-07, it is one of the key factors driving the Indian Apparel market. The group is seeking to seize the market opportunity by continuing to allocate significant resources towards the Monte Carlo brand.Unlike the developed markets of the west, menswear is the predominant segment in India (and is larger than the women’s wear segment) at an estimated $17,271 million in 2013 with expected CAGR growth of 9 per cent to reach $39,575 million in 2023. The market remains dominated by the popular product categories such as shirts and trousers. However, western wear categories such as denim, active-wear and t-shirts are the fastest-growing categories in this segment. Men’s denim market is expected to grow at 14 per cent per year.The womenswear market in India contributes 38 per cent to the Indian apparel market, largely dominated by unorganized players. However, with increasing preference for branded apparel, regional brands and international brands have expanded their geographical presence. The womenswear market is expected to grow from $15,493 million in 2013 at a CAGR of 10 per cent to reach $38,915 million in 2023. The growth in the market captures two essential preference shifts — from non-branded apparel to branded apparel, and increasing share of western wear to ethnic wear categories. Women’s denim market is also demonstrating an encouraging growth at a CAGR of 15 per cent. Women’s t-shirts and tops categories are also growing owing to increasing participation of women in the workforce and a generic inclination  towards western wear  categories. Similarly, women’s tops and shirts market is currently estimated at $282 million and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12 per cent to $76 million by 2023. The women’s t-shirts market of $107 million is  also witnessing growth in tandem with the growth of all other casualwear categories and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 155 to reach $436 million by 2023.The kids apparel market is also big contributor to fashion market,  contributing about 20 per cent to the total market and is the fastest-growing segment in the Indian market and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.50 per cent to reach $22,369 million in 2023. Within this, boys segment contributes 52 per cent to the kids apparel market and the remaining by the girls segment. The $4,253 million boyswear market in 2013 is poised to grow at a CAGR of 10 per cent to reach $11,156 million by 2023. Denim is the fastest-growing category in boyswear segment with an expected CAGR of 15 per cent and this is expected to reach $355 million by 2023 from its current value of $91 million.Designer kids apparel is also emerging as a promising opportunity in the premium and luxury categories. The $3,969 million girlswear segment is poised to grow at a CAGR of 11 per cent to reach $11,213 million by 2023 and, like the boyswear segment, this segment is also dominated by school uniform with a market size of $1,198 million and a projected CAGR of 11 per cent, a growth rate higher than growth rate of boys school uniform. The higher expected growth rate of girls school uniform market is attributed to the increasing awareness of girls education in semi-urban and rural areas.Synthetic textiles need Govt pushSynthetic Fibre producers in India have urged the Union government to remove bias and anomalies against the man-made fibre (MMF) industry and bring down high excise duty on the industry as par with cotton fibre and yarn for growth of the Indian textile industry and for achieving a larger share of the global market. India is the second largest producer of man-made fibres in the world with presence of large plants having state-of-the art technology. MMF textiles constitute almost two-third of the domestic textile market. However, India’s share in global exports of value-added textiles of manmade fibres is miniscule at around 3 per cent. This has resulted in India’s textile exports not growing beyond $40 billion — out of which only 27 per cent comes from man-made fibres. In contrast, China has given a big push to synthetic textiles and this has helped it in becoming the largest textile exporter of the world. Almost 80 per cent of China’s textile exports consist of synthetics. A major anomaly in excise duty structure is affecting growth of the Indian textile industry and preventing it from achieving a larger share of the global market. It is this bias against man-made fibre and yarn that has left India far behind China in terms of investment, scale of manufacturing and exports. According to letters submitted to the finance, textiles and commerce & industry ministries by the Association of Synthetic Fibre Industry in the runup to the Union Budget of 2015, the high excise duty on man-made fibre and yarn (in contrast to cotton and cotton yarn that are free of excise duty) has become a roadblock for the growth of the textile industry. Industry veterans and experts are also of the same view that a peculiar excise duty structure is holding up the Indian textile industry from achieving its potential. In contrast, major textile exporters like China, Thailand, Indonesia and Bangladesh tax cotton and synthetic fibres as well as yarn uniformly.“The excise duty imposed on man-made fibre and yarn in India is 12 per cent, while cotton yarn and fibre are exempted from excise duty burden, leading to excessive bias against man-made fibres and yarn. This affects the textile industry in two ways. In the domestic market, poor consumers suffer as the least expensive polyester shirt or a saree made of synthetic fibre and bought at Rs.100 or Rs.150 suffers a huge excise duty burden of 12 per cent. In contract, no excise duty is paid on the cotton fibre and yarn used to produce expensive cotton shirts bought by rich consumers at prices ranging above Rs.1,000. Therefore, only the poor pay more tax on textiles in the domestic market, while the rich are favoured with no excise duty on the premium cotton worn by them!” said S. C. Kapoor, Director-General, Association of Synthetic Fibre Industry (ASFI). “From a cotton-centric export focus, India can shift to a synthetics-boosted push for rapid growth in textile industry once the excise duty anomaly is corrected. With this, the Indian textile industry can aim at growing to $650 billion and earning foreign exchange to the tune of $300 billion by 2025. For this purpose, textile fiber availability has to grow rapidly from current level of 10 billion per annum, comprising 6 billion kg of cotton and 4 billion kg of man-made fibres. At least 25 billion kg of fibre needs to be produced annually in the country to meet the 2025 goal and give a big thrust of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative,” Kapoor said.“Cotton fibre and yarn production faces limitations due to availability of land, water and right climatic conditions for cultivation. Water-scarcity is also a well-known phenomenon across India. In order to make synthetic textiles cheaper for the masses who use it most, excise duty on man-made fibre and yarn like polyester and acrylic should be scrapped altogether or halved to 6 per cent as the first step. As we move towards goods & service tax (GST), we are now presented with a good opportunity to put synthetic fibre and yarn at par with cotton and correct the long-standing anomaly in duty structure. A uniform duty structure of bringing the entire textile chain under 6 per cent excise duty will yield additional revenue of Rs.10,000 crore to the exchequer.last_img read more

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Start Menu gets its own process and a performance boost in Windows

first_imgStart Menu gets its own process and a performance boost in Windows 10 19H1 by Martin Brinkmann on April 18, 2019 in Windows – 19 commentsThe next version of Windows 10, Windows 10 19H1 delivered as the May 2019 Update at the end of May 2019, features several Start Menu improvements.Some of these improvements fall on the usability side of things: Microsoft changed the default Start Menu layout to a single-column layout for new installations instead of the currently used dual-column layout, and unlocked more apps for direct uninstallation using the Settings application.Another usability improvement comes in the form of an option to remove entire groups from the Start Menu by unpinning the entire group. All that is needed for that is to right-click on the group title, e.g. the default Productivity or Explore, and to select the “Unpin group from Start” context menu option that is displayed.Start Menu processAnother change affects the stability and performance of the Start Menu. Microsoft decided to move the Start Menu into its own process. Current Start Menu iterations rely on Explorer Shell; if anything slows down the Explorer process, the Start Menu is slowed down as a consequence as well.By cutting the tie between Start and Explorer, issues that affect Explorer won’t impact Start anymore once the May 2019 Update for Windows 10 is installed on a device (or newer versions).The Start Menu process is StartMenuExperienceHost.exe; it is introduced with the May 2019 Update and users will see the process listed when they open the Windows Task Manager or use another process manager or explorer on the machine.Just use Ctrl-Shift-Esc to open the Task Manager and switch to the Details tab to find the Start Menu process in the list of processes.The StartMenuExperienceHost.exe process is loaded from C:\Windows\SystemApps\Microsoft.Windows.StartMenuExperienceHost_cw5n1h2txyewy. It is not a legitimate process if the file resides in any other location on the device.Closing wordsGone are the times where Explorer issues take down the Start Menu as well; that is definitely a good development as it should improve Start responsiveness and stability significantly.There is still lots of room for improvement, even if you compare the functionality of the Start Menu under Windows 10 with that of Windows 8.1. Windows 10’s Start interface does not support multi-tile selections for one, something that Windows 8 did support (you can open multiple Start Menu apps in one operation though).Now You: What is your Start Menu experience so far?SummaryArticle NameStart Menu gets its own process and a performance boost in Windows 10 19H1DescriptionThe next version of Windows 10, Windows 10 19H1 delivered as the May 2019 Update at the end of May 2019, features several Start Menu improvements.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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American Toyota exec released from custody in Japan

first_img Comments   Share   Komori said Hamp’s resignation from Toyota could have helped in winning her release.Hamp, who joined Toyota in 2012, worked at its U.S. operations until her latest promotion. Before that, she worked for PepsiCo Inc. and General Motors Co.Police raided the automaker’s headquarters in Toyota city, central Japan, as well as its Tokyo and Nagoya offices last month.It is not unheard of for foreigners to be detained in Japan for mailing or bringing in medicine they used at home. Such drugs may be banned in Japan or require special approval. In Japan, suspects can be held in custody for up to 23 days without formal charges.___Follow Yuri Kageyama: twitter.com/yurikageyamaCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Hamp, an American, was appointed three months ago as the head of public relations at the Japanese automaker, in a high-profile move that was highlighted by the Japanese automaker as promoting diversity.Prosecutors said Wednesday that she arranged with her father to have 57 oxycodone pills sent air mail from the U.S. to a Tokyo hotel in June. They said this act was importation of a narcotic but decided not to pursue charges.Japanese prosecutors are not obligated to publicly explain the reasons for their decisions. Legal experts say that a show of remorse and first-time offenders tend to win some leniency. Bringing in such a tightly controlled drug is a serious crime in Japan, often resulting in charges.Toyota named a replacement for Hamp on Wednesday, tapping Shigeru Hayakawa, a senior managing officer and board member. Hayakawa, who joined Toyota in 1977, has experience in the company’s U.S. operations and is a communications veteran at the company.Toyota reiterated its apology for the “confusion and concerns” Hamp’s arrest might have caused.It again promised to promote qualified people, regardless of nationality, gender and age, as Toyota continues its efforts “to become a truly global company.” FILE – In this June 18, 2015 file photo, Julie Hamp, then head of public relations of Toyota Motor Corp., speaks during a press conference in Toyoda, central Japan. The American Toyota executive who was arrested in Japan in June on suspicion of drug law violations is expected to be released Wednesday, July 8, 2015 without being prosecuted, according to Kyodo News service. Kyodo did not identify the source of its information. Tokyo prosecutors declined to comment Tuesday, July 7. Toyota Motor Corp. said it had no information. (Tsutomu Agechi/Kyodo News via AP, File) JAPAN OUT, CREDIT MANDATORY Toyota President Akio Toyoda has defended Hamp, calling her an important member of the Toyota team. Company officials said they did not know her whereabouts or her plans.Toyoda has acknowledged the company likely should have done more to help with her relocation as the first foreign executive to be permanently stationed in Japan.Her arrest, a big embarrassment for Toyota, highlights missteps in its effort to diversify and become more international in its corporate culture.Toyota’s top executives are predominantly Japanese males, although some progress has been made in recent years to promote foreigners. Hamp was the first high-profile female promotion.Sakae Komori, a lawyer who frequently handles drug-related cases, said it’s difficult to figure out why someone is charged or not charged. Suspects with smaller amounts of the same drug have been charged, he said.“This is seen as a very serious crime in Japan,” he said, acknowledging that the decision may invite allegations of unfairness. “Perhaps the authorities see her as already facing enough social punishment, and she was not judged a drug abuser.”Toyota is such a powerful company in Japan that anything it does, or anything that happens to it, can be seen as setting a precedent. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall TOKYO (AP) — Toyota’s highest ranking female executive until her arrest in Japan on suspicion of drug law violations was released from custody without charges Wednesday.Julie Hamp, 55, who resigned last week from Toyota Motor Corp., was arrested June 18 on suspicion of importing oxycodone, a narcotic pain killer. The drug is tightly controlled in Japan.She emerged from a Tokyo police building where she’d been detained looking solemn and tired. She was whisked away in a minivan. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Patients with chronic pain give advice Mesa family survives lightning strike to home 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Centerlast_img read more

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Malindo Air made a sunset touch down at Brisbane A

first_imgMalindo Air made a sunset touch down at Brisbane Airport on Saturday – the 30th airline now flying into BNE.The airline has commenced daily flights to/from Kuala Lumpur via Denpasar, Bali, operating a Boeing 737-900 aircraft, seating 12 business class and 150 economy class passengers, adding over 130,000 seats annually between Queensland and Malaysia.Malindo Air CEO Chandran Rama Muthy said, “We are delighted to launch the only service between Kuala Lumpur and Brisbane with a stop in the famous island of Bali.“There are immense opportunities for future growth associated with this new connectivity as Brisbane is an important commercial business hub and tourism gateway to one of Australia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Great Barrier Reef, and the beautiful Gold Coast.“We will certainly work on building beneficial relationships with Malaysian and Australian tourism players and Brisbane Airport Corporation, to ensure the success of this new route.”Brisbane is the second Australian city to receive Malindo Air’s B737NG aircraft. Malindo Air currently operates 10 weekly flights to and from Perth in Western Australia.The daily flights will depart BNE at 7.15am each day, arriving in Denpasar (Bali) at 11:45am before arriving Kuala Lumpur at 3pm local time.IMAGE Malindo Air arrives at BNE on 1 April 2017/Lance Broad BrisbaneMalindo Airlast_img read more

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