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Toyota Prepares For a Possible Shut Down

Toyota spokesman Mike Goss has informed that Toyota’s U.S. manufacturing arm is preparing for a possible shutdown because of parts shortages from Japan. This does not mean that the factories will stop working–Toyota has 13 factories in the United States, Canada and...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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Pronobis Announces New Tourism Projects in Various Regions

Real Estate Company Pronobis, led by businesswoman Isabel Noboa, will develop its next project in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. This tourism/hotel proposal, governs itself with all environmental standards required in the Islands. This initiative belongs to one of the expansion...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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11 Year-Old Girl Is Smarter Than Einstein

The second woman in the world considered a genius is only 11 years old. Her name is Victoria Cowie and she lives in Wolverhampton, England.The British teenager achieved a score of 162 points in the Mensa IQ test, better than Albert Einstein and Bill Gates’ scores. Victoria excels...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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People Died During the Clashes in Southern Syria

Syrian police launched a brutal assault Wednesday on a neighborhood that supported anti-government protesters. Officers shot down 15 civilians in an operation of 24 hours. Six demonstrators perished in the morning, during an attack on the al-Omari mosque in the southern...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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The “Campus Party” Will Be Held in Ecuador

The biggest technology party on the planet, the Campus Party, will take place in the Middle of the World in October. The event will be held from 19 to 23 October and about two-thousand participants are expected to attend, including youth, teachers, scientists and the general...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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Ecuadorians in Spain Will Vote in Consult

A total of 110,464 Ecuadorian residents in Spain will exercise their right to vote in the popular consult of May 7, in which President Rafael Correa will expose themes related to the Constitutional letter among other issues. The Ecuadorian Embassy in Spain pointed out that the...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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Bolivar Province has the First Indigenous Governor of Ecuador

This morning the Ecuadorian president, Rafael Correa, took Angel Ovidio Bayas as the first indigenous Governor to be in charge of the province of Bolivar Office. After his inauguration, Bayas pledged to work to “unite the whole society in general, to unite all the...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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The Guayaquil Chamber Of Commerce Signed an Agreement to Boost Foreign Trade

Today, several members of the Guayaquil Chamber of Commerce (CCG in Spanish) held a breakfast to arrange an alliance with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and agree a way to boost the foreign trade of Ecuador. The purpose of this agreement is to be more involved in...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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Tokyo Water Exceeds Radiation Limits

Tap water of Tokyo has doubled the standard limits for radiation considered safe for infants. Meanwhile the growing concern of the food safety continues to increase after the news of an unknown radiation leakage from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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Several Provinces in Ecuador Recorded Damages Due Floodings

The rising tides occurred in Jambelí Island, El Oro Province, caused severe damages to homes and businesses adjacent to the beach. Over 40 families were forced to flee their homes along with wax and even animals. The retaining walls could not withstand the force of the waves that...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011
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