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ー July 12, 2012 ー Clinton to make landmark visit to Laos          

July 12, 2012 - Clinton to make landmark visit to Laos 


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●12071201 中国,日本経済新聞
中国、石炭在庫が最高に 景気減速で製造業生産鈍化
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071101.htm
http://s.nikkei.com/NhyLL7
http://www.adachihayao.net/1207120101.jpg

●12071202 Laos, News24online
Clinton to make landmark visit to Laos
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071202.htm
http://bit.ly/NJH1lA
http://www.adachihayao.net/1207120201.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1207120202.jpg
Hanoi: Hillary Clinton will today become the first US secretary of state to visit communist-run Laos in 57 years on a brief trip focusing on the legacy of the Vietnam War and a controversial dam project. Pointing to the historic nature of the trip, a ...

●12071203 Vietnam, Enhanced Online News
GE Technology to Double Capacity of Vietnam Transmission Line
ベトナムの南北送電連携強化で,GEが米政府の支援で乗り込む
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071203.htm
http://bit.ly/M29W6f
http://www.adachihayao.net/1207120301.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1207120302.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1207120303.jpg
EON: Enhanced Online News (press relase) - ?2 minutes ago?
General Electric (NYSE: GE) signed today an equipment supply contract worth USD16.5 million with the Power Transmission Company No.

その他

◯Jobless workers oppose move to halt hydel project in Uttarakhand
http://bit.ly/LH47x4
Deccan Herald - ?6 hours ago?
Hundreds of people collected at Jantar Mantar to oppose imposition of section (5) of the Environmental (Protection) Act on the hydro power project at Srinagar in Uttarakhand. The project, which was in its last phase of construction, is stopped. As a ...

◯Genting signs 25-year PPA for Banten plant
http://bit.ly/MhS2s7
The Sun Daily - ?6 hours ago?
PETALING JAYA (July 11, 2012): Genting Bhd, which is developing a 660MW coal-fired power plant in Banten, Indonesia, has entered into a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with PT PLN (Persero), the Indonesia state-owned electricity company, for ...

◯Climate change puts pressure on world's coral reefs
http://bit.ly/NJGrnV
Jakarta Post - ?7 hours ago?
Scientists raised the alarm on Tuesday over the accelerated rate of climate change for putting more pressure on coral reefs, one of the most ... ... Indonesia, the largest archipelagic country in the world, is home to 16 percent of the world's coral reefs.

◯Climate change boosts odds of extreme weather: study
http://bit.ly/LO4TDW
AFP - ?11 hours ago?
The report itself remains "consciously conservative" when it comes to attributing the causes of certain weather events to climate change, and instead refers only to widely understood phenomena such as La Nina. However, it is accompanied for the first ...

◯Reliance Power Gets $1.1 Billion in Loans from China
http://on.wsj.com/PLxhvk
Wall Street Journal (blog) - ?2 hours ago?
Reliance Power has secured $1.1 billion in financing from three Chinese banks for a power project in central India, the first such endeavor financed by the Chinese in India, people familiar with the matter said.

◯Why hydropower?
http://bit.ly/NfVANk
Pakistan Observer - ?4 hours ago?
It generates electricity with zero emission and produces no waste. There is no requirement of fuel, operating cost is much lower and hydropower plants have longer economic lives than thermal plants. Pakistan has total installed power generation ...

◯Flooding solution...
http://bit.ly/P0hpUg
Gulf Daily News - ?5 hours ago?
A VAST swathe of the northeastern state of Assam, in India, was flooded by rainwater. Images of people leaving their homes and moving to safer areas and those of animals in Kazhiranga ... The Indian government (and I'm not referring to any particular ...

◯Don't panic about a 'super flood', says government adviser
http://bit.ly/MYK90x
The Express Tribune - ?5 hours ago?
Dr Qamaruzzaman Chaudhry, an adviser to the government on climate change, presented a paper titled 'Climate change and Pakistan's increasing vulnerability' and also refuted statements by officials about the flood. “I do not understand who has created ...



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