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The Haney Group, Economic Daily News: Expanding

Though international visitor arrivals in Taiwan soared from 3.85 million in 2008 to over 7.31 million in 2012, visitor numbers have fallen 9 percent in the first four months of 2013 from the same p...
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Recreational tourism operators, including Toucheng Farm and Shangrila Leisure Farming, have brought together the agricultural, manufacturing and service sectors to help improve tourism quality while creating more jobs in rural areas.

Although the Council of Agriculture is currently amending regulations to promote recreational agriculture, it currently only allows farmer's groups and related organizations to operate the business.

 

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http://focustaiwan.tw/news/asoc/201307100037.aspx

 

http://www.ign.com/boards/threads/the-haney-group-article-code-85258080733-thehaneygroup-com-china-beige-book-ergebnis.453143265/

 

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Melodia Starr's comment, July 11, 2013 8:22 PM
Good news for investors.
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The Haney Group, Including all the benefits in cost-ben

So it goes for the benefit side. Do we give weight to the resource as a short-term or long-term energy provider? Do we consider the time of generation, knowing that electric power costs are higher when there is a great demand for it?
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On the issue of evaluating energy alternatives, biomass boiler policymakers makes a room to commonly conduct cost-benefit anlayses. Which appears almost run-of-the-mill, correct? The difficulty, however, arises when we have to choose the parameters. What costs should we input? Short-term or long-term costs? Should we include externalities? If a particular system has by-products that pollute and endanger life on earth as it is, how greatly should it affect our decisions? These are the vital questions that we need to consider. http://marieleverest.blogrr.net/post/the-haney-group-including-all-the-benefits-in-cost-benefit-analyses-of-solar-energy
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WSJ: The Haney Group, cost-benefit analyses of solar energy

WSJ: The Haney Group, cost-benefit analyses of solar energy | The Haney Group | Scoop.it
Issue evaluating energy alternatives biomass boiler policymakers makes room commonly conduct cost-benefit anlayses appears almost run-of-the-mill...
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So it goes for the benefit side. Do we give weight to the resource as a short-term or long-term energy provider? Do we consider the time of generation, knowing that electric power costs are higher when there is a great demand for it? Do we input other benefits from the grid, for instance, the opportunity to do away with other capital investments in tranmission and distribution systems?

And there are those benefits existing outside of the grid. Should we input into the analyses the value of having cleaner air and reduced morbidity for society at large? What about the impacts of climate change? Economic and employment impacts? And impacts of the use of water?


http://www.sharenator.com/The_Haney_Group_cost_benefit_analyses_of_solar_energy/

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Melodia Starr's comment, July 5, 2013 12:59 AM
Interesting news
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The Haney group news reviews, Emerging Power

The Haney group news reviews, Emerging Power | The Haney Group | Scoop.it
Why have poorer countries made up so much ground the past three decades? In a word, ideas. Indeed, whether we can trust them or not, the ideas of economists are, as Keynes said, more powerful than ...
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A world where every country has industrialized is one that will look like the world before any country had industrialized. The center of economic gravity has and will continue to shift east.


http://thehaney.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/the-haney-group-news-reviews-emerging-power/

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