Querétaro

Governor José Calzada takes protest to the Board of CANIRAC
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The State Governor José Calzada Rovirosa, swore to the Board of the National Chamber of the Restaurant Industry and Spicy Food (CANIRAC) Delegation Querétaro, whom he encouraged to continue working with quality and warm service they provide to citizens to strengthen the tourism sector in the state.

“To be better we need to be in constant contact with our people, with the waiters, the waiters; in short, the people who give service to these important instruments of economic development in our state.

He noted: “We’re close to our business, we personally heed to our people, we warm to people who enter our restaurants, hotels entering, making strong tourism sector in our state.”

The State President said that to maintain standards of competitiveness that has Querétaro, you should go for the impulse engine development for the future.

In this regard, Governor José Calzada said that medical tourism will be strengthened from the construction of the Health City, which in turn affects a generation of economic benefit to the entity.

“We presented the project of the trust with the Ministry of Finance; is already working on the governing program what will this city of health, and is already working on some schemes to be precisely the civil society to decide the proper use and the fate of the land that will be hosting this city ​​health. ”

The State Chief Executive, highlighted the work they have done the business sector and tourism services in the state, with a growth of 15 percent per year held and the contribution it makes 21 percent of GDP to entity and the creation of jobs that positively impacts the economic stability of Querétaro.

“The Ministry of Tourism we mentioned that the performance and growth of tourism in Querétaro was 3 times faster than what the national average; only so far the administration has in our state aperturate 69 hotels with nearly 3,000 rooms, this is the size of the dynamism of this sector, “said Governor José Calzada.

The Secretary of Tourism, Mauricio Salmon Franz said: “the development of tourism in the destinations, not only depends on the development of public policies depends above all the collective involvement of society and the establishment of clear plans and systems quality, so the importance of the restaurant industry. ”

According to INEGI statistics, at the end of 2012 this sector employs almost 6 per cent of the economically active population “must be given a date (…) because the restaurants that have opened here in Querétaro, and I think it rose to 10 percent, “said State Official.

And that: “Now the tourists travel to see what they do, so they have to be constantly updated.”

Therefore, the President of the CANIRAC Delegation Querétaro, Eduardo Parra Cubells, announced that among its work plan a Training Center and Culinary Education and Services will be built Tourist-up now would be the only nationally-, in order to professionalize the industry members.

“A school building to train chefs, waiters, cashiers, hostess, washing slabs, ballet parking; all staff have to do with service restaurants and hotels; also include a fourth hotel to provide support to the hospitality industry; Organic gardening to teach our staff to harvest vegetables and aromatic herbs; building will be 100 percent sustainable energy and water; will have a nursery that works in times you really need all parents and mothers who work in our industry and the delivery of courses. ”

And it Cubells De la Parra made ​​it clear: “Governor, you have taught us that in Queretaro think big, so our guild, the service and tourism should also think big”, hence the insistence have this training center and update.

The CANIRAC Is committed to being an efficient camera, supported by its affiliates and able to respond to the challenges currently facing the country, the industry and each company in particular, to act as a real space for consultation, assistance, training and defense.

Were present for this inauguration: the General Delegation Vice CANIRAC Querétaro, Sergio Salmon Franz; founder and member of the Delegation CANIRAC Querétaro, Pedro González Rivas; the Secretary of the Delegation CANIRAC Querétaro, Felipe Muñoz Ordóñez; Vice affiliations CANIRAC Delegation Querétaro, Ivan Olvera Pegueros; the Legal Vice CANIRAC Delegation Querétaro, Hidalgo and Eduardo Chavez Treasurer CANIRAC Delegation Querétaro, Antonio Torres Rico.

Author: Social Communication
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José Calzada Rovirosa and State News

The Governor and the Secretary of Social Development signed an agreement with Civil Society Organizations
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The State Governor José Calzada Rovirosa, accompanied by the President of the Board of the State DIF, Albarran Sandra Calzada and the Ministry of Social Development, Rosario Robles Berlanga, led the Signing of Agreement with Civil Society Organizations in the Framework National Crusade Against Hunger in the state, which aims to contribute to strengthening the participation to promote social inclusion of vulnerable groups.
The State President said that the success of a country depends on the commitment, dedication and involvement of their people: “The government can not just, society can not alone, we need to combine efforts, such as this meeting, to bring benefits to our people (…) to be a steward of the future society of others. ”
For its part, the Ministry of Social Development said that this act is credited with one of the most important commitments of the President, Enrique Peña Nieto: fight hunger. He stressed that Mexico needs of civil society to build a more inclusive Mexico.
“Mexico needs its civil society organizations to undertake sustainable projects to ensure that the government provides resources that are managed in a transparent way and get to where they are actually needed (…) I am very grateful to the 15 organizations here and the food bank Queretaro by this joint effort, “he said.
José Calzada and Rosario Robles Berlanga Rovirosa, delivered to the President of the Food Bank of Queretaro, Septien Crespo, the SEDESOL-SAGARPA Certificate certifying 20 million pesos to support food in Querétaro.
Note that this agreement is comprised of 15 Civil Society Organizations in the State of Querétaro, who participated in the call made ​​by the Delegation of SEDESOL in Querétaro for Social Conversion program.

The following were present: SEDESOL Federal Officer in the State, Manuel Pozo Cabrera; Delegate SAGARPA in the State, Gustavo Chavez Nieto; the Mayor of Querétaro, Roberto Loyola Vera; among others.
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Estado de México

n the past month have invested 27 billion in the State of Mexico
03/09/2013 Source: Office of Media and Communication

• Investments disclosed since late July and in August will generate a total of over 55,000 jobs.

Toluca, Mexico, September 3, 2013 -. Governor Eruviel Ávila Villegas stressed that product favorable business climate that exists in the State of Mexico, in the last month attracted about 27 billion pesos in different works and projects that will increase the productivity of the company and generate more than 55,000 jobs.

“The State of Mexico is growing in its productivity, its economy, creating jobs, and although in the world have serious economic problems in Mexico and, of course, in the State of Mexico, working with the support of federal government, the conditions exist for us to have a very good business climate. Thus, the competitiveness of the State of Mexico and productivity will rise, “he said.

So, he said, the state is currently one of the most important economic engines in the country, and one of every 10 pesos in Mexico is generated by businesses and mexiquenses workers, so the government entity works with view that the best social policy is economic policy.

Therefore, Eruviel Avila noted that only in the last month managed to attract investments for the following projects:

- Servant of the Nation Highway in Ecatepec, 4000 investment of 500 million pesos.

- Logistics platform Arco Mexico State 57 north, investment 2000 400 million 25 thousand pesos and labor sources.

- Mexipuerto Cuatro Caminos in Naucalpan, a thousand 141 million pesos, 4000 to generate 300 jobs.

- Extension of the Centre for Advanced Competency Bosch, with investment of $ 300 million and creating 500 2000 labor sources.

- Construction of Toluca Galleries by Liverpool, with 300 million 3000 pesos, 5000 offering 700 jobs.

- Expansion of production, manufacture, export and marketing of personal care products, cleaning and food, UNILEVER, plus increased Lerma and Tultitlán plants representing an investment of 3 billion 100 million pesos, which originate 2000 300 jobs .

- Construction of department stores and a distribution center for Wal-Mart, with investment of 3 billion pesos will generate 500 jobs 4000.

- Construction of industrial parks Lerma Park and San Martin Obispo I and II, the latter in Cuautitlan Izcalli, 2000 with investment of 790 million pesos and the creation of 10 000 working places.

- Armed Chinese articulated with German technology and for export to Canada, in the town of Zumpango, Transmasivo by the company, with an investment of $ 150 million buses.

- Extension of Daimler plant in Santiago Tianguistenco, with investment of $ 45 million, creating 200 new addition to the existing 700 thousand jobs.

Eruviel Ávila said that in this way helps to democratize productivity as established by the President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto, to create opportunities in all regions promoting a good climate for investment, because it develops more and better infrastructure, is increases competitiveness and jobs are created, resulting in greater social welfare and quality of life for families.
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Eruviel Ávila Villegas

Helicopter apply natural treatment in the Colorines dam
9/11/2013 Source: Office of Media and Communication

• The Lightning Group will water the natural treatment, based on insects and fungi for 14 weeks.

• Treatment works together between insects and fungi to weaken the lily, without risk to human life and found in the dam.

Valle de Bravo, Mexico, September 11, 2013 -. The Government of Mexico, through the Unit Lightning Air Rescue Group, is working with the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) and the National Water Commission (Conagua) for cleaning Colorines dam, due to the presence of an infestation of water hyacinth.

“The experts considered that the use of an aircraft more effectively help in controlling water hyacinth way, so that support for the State Government was requested for the Lightning Group will participate in the cleaning process, thus providing more welfare population and have healthier mexiquenses “said Alejandro García Ramírez, aviator pilot captain Unit.

He explained that once a week, for about an hour, the crew aboard the helicopter flies over the 50 acres that make up the lagoon, a distance of two meters, for sprinkling or watering natural treatment, then depositing beetles in the lagoon, whose function is eating the leaves of lilies; thereafter, the bacteria or fungus is deposited in containers that will be located within the helicopter for irrigation.

He said the process works together between insects and fungi, which facilitates the weakening Lily without risk to human life and found in the dam.

Representatives of the Mexican Institute of Water Technology (IMTA), belonging to the SEMARNAT, felt that through a biological process, constant and regular monitoring of 14 to 16 weeks, will reduce or eliminate water lily in pond Colorines.

Javier Sánchez Chávez, IMTA hydraulics specialist, said that inter-agency cooperation that has been generated between mexiquense administration and federal agencies should spearhead for future studies and devices elsewhere in the institution and country level.
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Vegetable Farming in Canada Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated


New York, NY (PRWEB) July 25, 2014

The Vegetable Farming industry has experienced steady growth over the five years to 2014, mainly because vegetables are a staple in the average Canadian diet. Demand for industry products has been supported by a growing awareness of the health benefits associated with vegetable consumption as well as expanding per capita disposable income. Demand from food-service industries has also boosted the industry’s growth. Consequently, industry revenue is estimated to increase over the five years to 2014.

Over the past five years, imports have continued to satisfy a significant share of domestic demand for fresh produce. Imported vegetables are usually priced lower than domestically grown ones, making them attractive to downstream supermarkets and food-service companies. Over the five years to 2019, imports of fresh vegetables are forecast to grow.

Despite recent challenges, Canadians’ appetite for vegetable products is here to stay. Over the five years to 2019, industry revenue will continue to grow. Vegetable consumption has plenty of room to grow to meet domestic dietary standards. IBISWorld expects the joint efforts of industry associations and the Canadian government to facilitate industry recovery by promoting healthy eating habits through marketing vegetable consumption.

As consolidation carries on, economies of scale will be an increasingly important factor for farmers remaining in the industry. Downstream wholesale bypass will also put expanding pressure on the farming sector as supermarkets continue to source directly from producers. Farmers who cannot meet the high-quality standards for fresh produce at shrinking prices will be squeezed out of vegetable farming. Consequently, the total number of industry establishments is expected to fall over the next five years.

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Semiconductor IP Market Estimated to Reach $5.63 Billion by 2020 New Report by MarketsandMarkets


(PRWEB) July 23, 2014

According to a new market research report of “Semiconductor (Silicon) IP Market by Form Factor (Integrated Circuit IP, SOC IP), Design Architecture (Hard IP, Soft IP), Processor Type (Microprocessor, DSP), Application, Geography and Verification IP – Forecast & Analysis to 2013 – 2020″, the semiconductor (silicon) ip market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.6% from 2014 to 2020 and reach $ 5.63 Billion in 2020.

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Integrated Circuit (IC) design teams are constantly struggling with the increasing pressure to make end user products smaller in size, more reliable, affordable, with more advanced features, and superior performance, all in the face of decreasing product life cycles and time to market. While semiconductor manufacturing processes have transformed significantly to allow a phenomenal increase in the number of electronic circuits incorporated on a single chip (with the advent of System-on-Chips), design capabilities resources have not kept pace with the developments in this technology ensuing in a widening design gap between their advancing manufacturing potential and restrained design capabilities. In order to address this widening design gap, several semiconductor designers and manufacturers are progressively choosing to license silicon-proven intellectual property (IP) such as processor cores, memory and application-specific logic blocks, and many more, from third party Semiconductor (silicon) Intellectual Property (SIP) companies rather than developing those technologies internally.

Semiconductor IP cores are being widely used in diverse application sectors with primary bases in computer and peripherals, telecom infrastructure, networking technologies, and mobiles and tablets primarily to save crucial design time and expenditure. In addition, these IP cores are rapidly penetrating into new application sectors such as automotive, industrial, medical, defense, and aerospace. It is also estimated that the semiconductor IP cores have huge growth opportunities especially in avionics, aerospace, and defense applications as these sectors are increasingly becoming dependent on highly sophisticated, complex electronic systems. The demand in the field of electronic and semiconductor hardware components is increasing and has developed a need for searching for new means in the choice of execution. There is a need for high quality semiconductor solutions with long-term life cycle. Avionics, aerospace, and defense industries are expected to be the emerging markets for semiconductor IP cores with huge growth opportunities in the next few years. Currently, the demand for such semiconductor chips in these industries is very high. The demand for highly skilled technical manufacturing procedures and fail-proof designs from suppliers is also quite high along with protracted product accessibility and support, as failure cannot be afforded in electronic systems incorporated in mission critical applications.

The SIP industry is a relatively new market compared to the gigantic parent Semiconductor market and has been increasing every year at a tremendous growth rate owing to this trend of third-party SIP. The global Semiconductor IP Market by revenue is estimated to reach $ 5.63 Billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 12.6% from 2014 to 2020.

It also covers the IP market by form factor (System-on-Chip IP and Integrated Circuit IP), design architecture (hard core IP, soft core IP, standard IP core, customizable IP core, general processor IP, and embedded processor IP), processor type (microprocessor IP and digital signal processor IP), application sectors (computer and peripherals, mobiles and tablets, networking technologies, telecom infrastructure, home entertainment, automotive, security, medical, aerospace, defense, and RF devices), and geography. The major silicon IP market segments covered in the report include general purpose, processor, application specific, programmable, digital, analog and mixed signal, memory, and data converter IP market. SoC IP segment is expected to have a high growth rate than its respective Integrated Circuit IP markets. In this research study, the verification IP market is also covered as a separate market segment other than silicon IP market.

This report provides a detailed classification of the Semiconductor IP Market done with in-depth market coverage and analysis of all segments. Each classification done for the global Semiconductor IP Market has extensive sub segments with market estimates and revenue forecasts from 2014 to 2020. It also identifies the major drivers, restraints, opportunities with analysis of latest industry trends, imperatives, and challenges. A detailed value chain analysis and porter’s five forces analysis is also included in the study. The market is also segmented on the basis of major geographies such as Americas (the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and South America), Europe (the U.K., Germany, Italy, France, and the Netherlands), Japan, Asia Pacific (China, South Korea, Taiwan, and India) and Rest of the World.

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All Ride Canadas Ultra-Endurance/Extreme Adventure Races, Featuring the Tour of BC, Added to the UltraCycling World Championship Series; Rider Registration Sale on Now


Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) March 21, 2014

Perry Stone, President, C.O.O. and Founder of Ride Canada is pleased to announce that all of Ride Canadas six ultra-endurance and extreme adventure bicycle races have been added to the UMCAs (Ultra Marathon Cycling Association) racing calendar, the UltraCycling Cup and World Cup of UltraCycling Championship Series.

Ride Canada operates three ultra-endurance bicycle races in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada including the worlds longest ultra-marathon race the Tour of BC, the BC Explorer and the PowerCranks Contender. In addition Ride Canada also offers extreme adventure races the Naked Cycling Series which include the Naked Challenger, the Naked Pioneer and the Naked Riders Race. All races start August 3rd, 2014 in White Rock, British Columbia and are open to amateur and professional riders. All rider registrations are on sale until March 24th, 2014. Please visit http://www.ridecanada.ca.

With the creation of the Naked Series of race events, Ride Canada focused on four major objectives:

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