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Chinesische Telekomausrüster starten Aufholjagd

The market share of Chinese telecom suppliers like ZTE and Huawei is constantly growing. Their success is not only due to their reasonable prices, but also to their power to innovate. An Arthur D. Little assessment considers Huawei along with the Swedish Ericsson in the group of the most...
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Regards croisés sur l'aéroport de 2025

It's now necessary for airport and operation management players to adapt a long-term vision and elaborate new strategies (to anticipate airport in 2025). (...) The "city airport concept" will develop in the coming years and impose a new business model to airports : to turn infrastructure...
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Electroshocks for the Auto industry

Reasonably priced electro cars for everyday use won't be available tomorrow, says Stefan Lippautz from Arthur D. Little. Currently consumers are willing to pay an extra of around 3,000 Euro for such a car which is why Lippautz sees the biggest chances for these cars in conurbations.
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“What do you consider client orientation?”

Client orientation, argues, Diethart Bühler, MD Central Europe, is most and first of all an innovation topic. It is most relevant to anticipate customer needs at a stage when customers themselves do not realize they have them. This is what H&M, Dacia or Apple did best in the past.
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Wind behind in the U.S. and China

This article explains the remarkable growth objectives the U.S. and China do have in wind power generation and how Spanish companies can benefit from them.         The article emphasizes the advantages wind power generation does have: profitability, innovation degree, energy...
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The biologization of the world

There is still little importance in white or industrial biotechnology compared to medical biotechnology. A recent Arthur D. Little study come to the conclusion that the industrial proportion in chemical sales in 2007 has merely been three to four per cent, what corresponds to a volume of 50 to 75...
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Bruxelles retarde l'ouverture du marché des jeux en...

In France a bill on the online gaming and betting market has been brought in. The starting date scheduled on 1st January 2010 is most likely to be postponed by 3 months because of the European Commission want some clarification.
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The global truck and bus industry will experience market...

Latest report from ADL predicts that mastering new powertrain technologies will be critical within the rapidly evolving commercial vehicle market

The impact of the global financial crisis on the truck and bus industry has been profound. However, other forces such as increasing divergence in market requirements and new powertrain technologies are driving major changes in the commercial vehicle (CV) industry, which are fundamentally changing...
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Automotive

M&A needn't spell inefficiency for corporate...

With half of all M&A deals failing, 'Winning the Merger Decathlon' outlines the 10 steps to ensuring mergers generate long-term corporate value

With the global liquidity crisis set to fuel new merger and acquisition (M&A) activity this year, a new report by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little claims that despite the growing experience with mergers over the last seven years, the failure rates stay at a high level.   To...
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Strategy

Microfinance looks set to emerge as a new asset class

New report from Arthur D. Little reveals how microfinance institutions are surpassing repayment rates and exhibiting promising risk and return ratios

No longer limited to third world countries, according to a new report released today by global management consultancy Arthur D. Little, microfinance is thriving as it finds untapped demand within the European market. Founded on microcredits, microfinance programs extend small loans to the world's...
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Financial services