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Month: May 2011

Principal Payment

Principal Payment

Otherwise, the report is accepted by the Principal. 2.6. In order to optimize the movement of goods and money transfer products, as well as cash payments are made directly between the Principal and contractors, which Agent is obliged to carry out all necessary steps to inform the Principal and the contractors. 2.7. The Principal shall: 2.7.1. Pay to the Agent a monthly fee for the performance of the latter’s obligations under this Treaty of 1500 (One thousand five hundred) rubles for each execution of the application, not subject to vat. Principal Payment is made by transferring funds to the account of the Agent no later than five (5) banking days after the report of the Agent to execute applications.

2.7.2. Reimburse the Agent the amounts charged to them in the execution of this contract in excess of funds transferred under the conditions specified in paragraph 2.4. this contract. 2.7.3. Take all executed by the Agent hereunder. 2.8. Agent may hold due to him under this agreement the remuneration of all sums received by him by the Principal. 2.9.

In the case of reorganization Principal of his order remains in force for the Agent until such time has not yet received adequate guidance from the legal successor of the Principal. 3. liability under this agreement 3.1. In case of failure or improper execution of one of the parties obligations under this agreement, it must compensate the other party caused by such default losses. 3.2. Failure to comply with one of the parties to the terms of this agreement, which led to material losses on the other hand, entails the application to the guilty party of penalties in the amount of damage and may warrant early termination of the contract at the initiative of fair side.

Identity Theft

Identity Theft

Americans are more concerned about identity theft than unemployment or corporate fraud, according to a survey of 2,000 people conducted by stellar systems. Nine out of ten Americans demand new federal legislation, while two thirds say the financial services industry must do a better job of verifying the identity of customers opening bank accounts (66 percent) and card accounts credit (72 percent). Approximately 5.6 percent of respondents reported being victims of identity theft, resulting in 12 million. When the debit card fraud and credit and identity theft combined, about 15.9 percent of consumers say they have been victims of these crimes. (Source: Star Systems, 2003) For most of us, using your debit or credit card to make a purchase has become a day in all aspects of life. Many of us do every day and feel safe to do so.

But it is far from certain. People with your debit or credit card can make purchases with your credit card information over the phone, online or at a local store. As we went to a cashless transaction by debit or credit card, a niche of crime has grown relatively simple? identity theft and fraud. Some police authorities are not carrying out the crime in a coordinated and cooperative. Therefore, a situation that has grown offers people who commit these acts of theft and fraud, to act with a degree of confident that they will not catch. What can you do to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of identity theft or fraud? Here is a list of actions you can take to avoid falling victim to identity crimes.

China Companies

China Companies

It needs to reform the entire political-economic framework, because of the economic boom despite a number of major banks which have so far been unstable. Chinese companies have had tremendous progress, especially in manufacturing overhead, but progress has been limited in developing their brands, intellectual property and distribution networks. Some Chinese companies get very little benefit locally because there are many markets that do not leave garbage added value to the country. As for his opportunities As the largest creditor is the U.S., this indicates that you have all the opportunities of development in any area. China may be a key factor in the peace agreements between those countries conflicts with their great influence global economic and commercial gain entry in countries of conflict. Develop better tools to further promote the development of trademarks on their products to achieve a more global venture. Other companies continue to invest in the country because it is the most populated and low cost of labor. Threats that may have diplomatic volatility may present Korea and Taiwan because it would involve U.S.

interests also The Chinese population is a matter that threat, because it should be easy to feed almost 2 billion of Chinese demand energy and food is abysmal. The U.S. at some point to try to interfere in the political and economic affairs of China, if not at the present time there is a rivalry, because then it is possible having in the short term and that China has taken great care that no one interferes in their internal affairs. The greatest strength of China is the world manufacturing center to the point that the U.S. is its largest creditor financial Japan operates 24 hours a day to meet demand from China, Europe has invested heavily in this country, to name a few Nestle, Nokia, Unilever, Philips, BP, Fiat, H o & Q, Makro, Volkswagen etc., And if not little, is a developed country in all its air with a culture of ancient roots. Source: With all this said, it becomes somewhat difficult to offer suggestions that will contribute to improving the overall environment for Chinese to have the extraordinary ability of creativity, innovation, challenge and conflict out of the country, however, may suggest: Those firms that provide no added value to the country should seek help from professional strategic advice through consulting firms to help them develop better position their brands. It is difficult to combat red tape and more so when there is a tradition in China nearly 2200 years with this bad practice, however it is suggested that the best efforts to continue fighting to prevent it. Venezuela offers there is great opportunity for international cooperation between both countries using the agreements and conventions to petrochemical air, gas and Venezuelan companies needing to expand their products to the Chinese market.