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A city of southern North Korea near the South Korean border. It is intersected by the 38th parallel and changed hands several times during the Korean War.
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(Placename) a city in SW North Korea: former capital of Korea (938–1392). Pop: 621 000 (2005 est)
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Dubai-headquartered Lloyds Energy announced that it has gotten on its wing China Kaicheng Energy Ltd.
Lloyds Energy, together with China Kaicheng Energy Ltd., has a proposal for the development and construction of an integrated LNG hub with storage, liquefaction, regasification and distribution facility, as well as a power plant capacity of 200 to 800 megawatts (MW).
Lloyds Energy, in partnership with China Kaicheng Energy Ltd., yesterday said it had formalized its bid to be Philippine National Oil Co.'s partner in building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) hub and power plant complex in Batangas.
Kaicheng company is also the first and only equipment manufacturer in China which obtained the Coal Mine Safety Certification (MA) and Explosion-Proof Certificates.
Kaicheng, "Doing Business in the 21' Century With the New Generation of Chinese Managers: A Study of Generational Shifts in Work Values in China," Journal of International Business Studies, 30:2, pp.
"We have demonstrated that a robot, directed by artificial intelligence, can, on its own, locate simulated calcifications and cysts in simulated breast tissue with high repeatability and accuracy," reports Kaicheng Liang, a former student in the laboratory of Stephen Smith, director of the Ultrasound Transducer Group at the School of Engineering and senior member of the research team.
Younger generations of Chinese workers have become individualistic and materialistic and also tend to seek more challenges and changes, thus causing them to pursue better employment opportunities and seek higher wages (Ralston, Egri, Stewart, Terpstra, & Kaicheng, 1999).
Other research has found significant differences by country; it is hypothesized that the cultural values promoted within a specific world location relate to individuals' values about work (Elizur, Borg, Hunt, & Beck, 1991; Ralston, Holt, Terpstra, & KaiCheng, 1997; Schwartz, 1999).