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Developed economies North America and Europe: Automobile production contracts amid slowdown in trade Following a 3.4 per cent contraction in 2018, production of automobiles in the United States declined by a further 2 per cent in the first seven months of 2019. (...) This weak performance of the automobile sector forms part of a broad global trend. (...) In contrast, exports of automobiles and semiconductor-making equipment to the United States have increased.
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Score: 1005683.5 - https://www.un.org/development...eptember-2019-briefing-no-130/
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So clearly the growth of the automobile industry took place in emerging economies such as China. (...) What is the scale of the current transformation in the automobile sector compared to other industries? TP: Surprisingly, there is little prospect for further automation in the car industry. (...) Tommaso Pardi is Director of GIS Gerpisa, an international network of the automobile, and a Research fellow at CNRS and IDHES in France.
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Score: 996003.6 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_561825/lang--en/index.htm
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Sensor networks as a tool for optimization of automobile traffic flows” within ITU/ZNIIS joint project on creation of “International telecommunication testing centre” (ITTC), Russia, Moscow April 27 - 29, 2011 Dear Sir / Madam, I am pleased to inform you that the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in collaboration with the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Central Science Research Telecommunication Institute” (FSUE ZNIIS) is organizing the International Workshop “Experience in implementation of network performance parameter control systems for ensuring QoS on the operator networks. Sensor networks as a tool for optimization of automobile traffic flows”, which will take place in Moscow, Russia, from 27 to 29 April 2011. (...) Particular attention during the Workshop will be paid to matters of sensor networks and RFID systems development as well as approaches to implementation of automobile traffic control models using new technologies, including aspects of management and control of network performance parameters in future networks.
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Score: 995235 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ZNIIS_April11_Invitation_E.pdf
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There are also a number of rare contextualizing historical documents in the company archive of Daimler AG from the time of the first series production in 1888 and the market introduction of the gasoline automobile documents, which together with the patent, bear witness, in a unique and irreplaceable way, to the origin of today's "automobile society". date: 1886-01-29 type: Image type: NonPeerReviewed format: image language: none rights: all identifier: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/25008/1/Patent%20Benz%201%20%201.jpg identifier: Patent DRP 37435 “Vehicle with gas engine operation” submitted by Carl Benz, Mannheim.
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Score: 991479.1 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-25008.txt
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There are also a number of rare contextualizing historical documents in the company archive of Daimler AG from the time of the first series production in 1888 and the market introduction of the gasoline automobile documents, which together with the patent, bear witness, in a unique and irreplaceable way, to the origin of today's "automobile society". date: 1886-01-29 type: Image type: NonPeerReviewed format: image language: none rights: all identifier: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/25010/1/Patent%20Benz%203%20%201.jpg identifier: Patent DRP 37435 “Vehicle with gas engine operation” submitted by Carl Benz, Mannheim.
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Score: 988698.1 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-25010.txt
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There are also a number of rare contextualizing historical documents in the company archive of Daimler AG from the time of the first series production in 1888 and the market introduction of the gasoline automobile documents, which together with the patent, bear witness, in a unique and irreplaceable way, to the origin of today's "automobile society". date: 1886-01-29 type: Image type: NonPeerReviewed format: image language: none rights: all identifier: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/25011/1/Patent%20Benz%204%20%201.jpg identifier: Patent DRP 37435 “Vehicle with gas engine operation” submitted by Carl Benz, Mannheim.
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Score: 988698.1 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-25011.txt
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There are also a number of rare contextualizing historical documents in the company archive of Daimler AG from the time of the first series production in 1888 and the market introduction of the gasoline automobile documents, which together with the patent, bear witness, in a unique and irreplaceable way, to the origin of today's "automobile society". date: 1886-01-29 type: Image type: NonPeerReviewed format: image language: none rights: all identifier: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/25009/1/Patent%20Benz%202%20%201.jpg identifier: Patent DRP 37435 “Vehicle with gas engine operation” submitted by Carl Benz, Mannheim.
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Score: 988698.1 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-25009.txt
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Alpha Corporation and Beta Corporation are both engaged in manufacturing automobiles. Beta Corporation manufactures and sells automobiles under license from Alpha Corporation. The license agreement provides that Beta Corporation will pay royalties of 2 million annually for the right to use Alpha Corporation’s patents, trademarks and other proprietary information concerning the manufacturing of automobiles. In addition, the license agreement requires Beta Corporation to upgrade its manufacturing process and to pay Alpha Corporation 1 million for technical assistance in improving its manufacturing process.
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Score: 987797.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...seStudyServices_Nairobi-en.pdf
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In the driver’s seat of the energy transition | UNIDO Skip to main content quick access For Member States Employment Procurement For researchers Publications Statistical databases Research services Director General Quick Access Main navigation Who we are Who we are UNIDO in brief 2030 Agenda and the SDGs Programme for Country Partnership Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit UNIDO Worldwide Our focus Our focus Creating shared prosperity Advancing economic competitiveness Safeguarding the environment Strengthening Knowledge and Institutions Cross-cutting services Building a better future Stories News Centre News Centre News articles Events Multimedia Resources Resources Policymaking Organs Evaluation and Internal Oversight Procurement Statistics Publications Employment Home Stories In the driver’s seat of the energy transition How the adoption of electric vehicles can be a driver for sustainable industrialization and climate action by Danilo DE OLIVEIRA PEREIRA 14 Dec 2018 Image Credits: https://www.ratedradardetector.org/  中文版 "I believe in horses," said the German Kaiser, Wilhelm II, in 1905. "Automobiles are a passing phenomenon." When they were first launched, few people could imagine that automobiles would affect human life to the extent that they did. But contrary to what Kaiser Willhelm thought, automobiles turned out to be much more than just faster horses. (...) In Norway, for example, they make up half of the automobile market. China is also taking large steps in the same direction: the country adds 9,500 new electric buses to the streets every five weeks, the equivalent to the entire London bus fleet.
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Score: 987348.1 - https://www.unido.org/stories/drivers-seat-energy-transition
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Suppose country A is better than country B at making automobiles, and country B is better than country A at making bread. It is obvious (the academics would say “trivial”) that both would benefit if A specialized in automobiles, B specialized in bread and they traded their products. (...) If A is much more superior at making automobiles and only slightly superior at making bread, then A should still invest resources in what it does best — producing automobiles — and export the product to B.
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Score: 987348.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...o_e/whatis_e/tif_e/fact3_e.htm
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