As part of the upgrade, Intel said in a statement onThursday it would bring its most advanced chip-testingtechnology to China. In exchange it will receive local andregional government support for construction.
Tokyo's Nikkei climbed 0.8 percent to near 7-1/2-year highs, with sentiment buoyed by media projections suggesting a strong win for Japanese premier Shinzo Abe's coalition at the Dec. 14 election. A victory for Abe could lead to a new mandate for his "Abenomics" policies to revive the economy.
Just like anyone else with goods and services to sell, themost successful investors are ones who own the supply when the demand comescalling. However, after the Great Recession hit, the nextgreat wave of first-time homebuyers, the millennials, did not come calling.Instead, they were either attending college, or trying to start their careersfresh out of college.
"I was pregnant and living ... near the factory on thatnight. We woke up with our eyes burning and could hear peopleoutside screaming," said Rambhai Kailash, 50, whose daughter wasborn with muscular dystrophy and whose husband died from cancerfive years after the disaster.
Growth in U.S. college enrollment has also slowed since the 1980s, a factor many economists believe has led to rising income inequality because the demand for high-skill workers could be outstripping their supply.
"The last thing I would want to do is have to sit on my hands, of not being able to pitch in the postseason. Whatever needs to be done to get us there, I'm all for," Harvey said. "I think if you were to map out a whole season, you're going to have to figure out some changes throughout the year in order to get to a certain point. If you make 33 starts and seven innings a start, obviously doing the math that's over what I'm probably going to throw."Author: Andreas Markessinis