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Crazy - but with a method

The recession doesn't stop the gulf airlines from their expansion plans. A new study by Arthur D. Little identified that one reason is that their operating costs are 30 percent lower than the European market leaders'. There are multiple causes for this: wages are lower, fleets are newer and more...

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Strukturwandel im Flottenservice

Until recently the service market for fleet customers had been neglected. This is the result of a current study performed by Arthur D. Little. Today the importance of requirements of business customers is ever increasing.

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Le m-paiement atteindrait 250 milliards de dollars d'...

According to Arthur D. Little study, "total m-payment transaction volume will reach almost  SD 250 billion in 2012 growing at 68% each year.”

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New players are ready to attack

New Asian car manufacturers and component suppliers are eager to enter the triad markets, threatening traditional players in these markets. As already seen in steel- and IT-industries, there are dislocations of the centers of gravitation within the automotive-sector, says a recent Arthur D....

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Paiement mobile

According to an Arthur D. Little study, "total m-payment transaction volume will reach almost USD 250 billion by 2012 growing at 68% per year. (...) Developed countries will eventually generate 35% of mobile transactions versus 65% for emerging countries.
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Arthur D. Little about CO2 emissions

This article explains Arthur D. Little has divulged an article about Energy & Sustainability urging companies worldwide to consider their CO2 emissions control in their long term growth plans. It also states, Arthur D. Little advises companies to work earnestly in sustainability strategies...

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Natural Gas fighting difficult battle in Washington

In this article, Sheila McNulty details the debate surrounding natural gas and the problems it currently faces politically. Sheila makes reference to Peter Hughes from the UK’s Energy Practice following the FTs continued coverage of his ‘The Beginning of End for Oil?’ report.

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Industrie pharmaceutique : les big pharmas soignent leurs...

Major pharmaceutical laboratories are well aware that many of their top selling medecines (blockbusters) are reaching the end of their life cycle. That is why they are searching new business models in the short run. According to Arthur D.

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Ruhr area hopes for a change of image

Art and culture have become much more important economic factors than is usually perceived in the general public says Stefan Höffinger. In his latest report he cites the example of Liverpool. In 2008 the British city was European Capital of Culture and was able to reap great financial and...

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GENOPOLE Evry : le virage stratégique se confirme

Over the last 5 years, the world biopharmaceutical market has reached an 18 % growth rate. In 2011, it could rise up to USD 114 billion according to a 2005 study conducted by Arthur D Little.

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