As the world turns
- 'Delay in DVSA test fees is unfair on ATFs'. Meczes, Robin // Commercial Motor;2/13/2014, Vol. 221 Issue 5573, p11
The article reports on the move of the organization Authorized Testing Facility (ATF) Operators Association (ATFOA) to brand the delay in confirming new vehicle test fees Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) test stations and ATFs as unfair in Great Britain.
- Changing the wheels of justice. Hill, Adam // Commercial Motor;8/13/2009, Vol. 210 Issue 5344, p28
The article presents information on the restructuring of the Transport Tribunal (TT) system in Great Britain. The restructure is part of a wider plan that will see the end of an eclectic mix of tribunals, which currently deal with charities, consumer credit and estate agents. Hauliers wishing to...
- Don't panic, says NI agency. // Commercial Motor;3/3/2005, Vol. 201 Issue 5118, p18
Reports on the plans of the Northern Ireland Road Service to reduce congestion and minimise the impact of the improvements to the Belfast Westlink on commercial vehicle operators discussed at a seminar. Objective of the seminar according to Tom Wilson, Northern Ireland policy manager for the...
- Publishing and Printing in Singapore. Tan, Teri // Publishers Weekly;10/3/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 39, pS2
This article provides an overview of business in Singapore. The country has long been the choice for multinational corporations--some 7,000 of them, in businesses ranging from financial services to consumer products and pharmaceuticals--as a base for their regional headquarters and manufacturing...
- The GM Lesson: Failure to Warn Should Be a Felony. Nader, Ralph; Ruskin, Gary; Steinzor, Rena // Progressive;Jun2014, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p37
A letter is presented from Ralph Nader and Gary Ruskin, Directors of Center for Corporate Policy, and Rena Steinzor, President of Center for Progressive Reform, to the U.S. Senate and House fudiciary Committees, on the need of a law to warn the public about defects in products from multinationals.
- Trends and happenings in Indian chemical industry. Venkataraman, N. S. // Chemical Business;Dec2008, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p7
The author reflects on trends and happenings in the Indian chemical industry. The author asserts that progress in the chemical industry could be achieved by strengthening the manufacturing sector and manufacturing base. He notes the weakness of the country's technology base for medium and large...
- HERO TO ZERO. Bunting, Alan // Truck & Driver;Aug2008, p60
The article recalls the classical trucks in Great Britain including its usefulness and impact to the transportation industry. British truck manufacturers have already recover from the previous challenges. In fact , in 2008 several of modern truck manufactures such as Swedish, German and Italian...
- Engineering eye. Atkinson, Helen // Professional Engineering;Jul2011, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p11
The author reflects on the move of the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills to launch a campaign that supports the manufacturing industry in the Great Britain.
- TAX. // Accountancy;Apr1983, Vol. 94 Issue 1076, p9
Presents news briefs concerning taxation in Great Britain as of April 1983. Changes made to the Government's proposals on the taxation of international business; Court of Appeal's ruling on Marine Midland Ltd.'s appeal of a High Court decision on the taxation of notional translation profits;...