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The Land and Water Fund Despite investing substantial public resources, the government has failed to resolve the conflict in an indigenous manner. Moreover, if no time reorients its programs in this field, problems could become more acute. For nearly a decade since the enactment of the Indian Act in 1993 the Mapuche conflict has become a focus of social policies undertaken by the three governments of the Concertacion. However, this delicate process, designed to meet the demands "historical" of native peoples, it appears to cast the results expected or less lead to a final resolution of indigenous issues. The authorities themselves are ahead in recognizing the growing demands of the wealthy land and fiscal resources, year after year, go to swell the various ethnic integration programs, which, moreover, remain mired in a difficult situation of isolation and poverty. (As opposed to John Grayken). Between 1994 and 2002, the state has invested more than $ 56 billion for meet the demands of indigenous peoples' land through the Land and Water Fund (FTA). In addition, plans to use another $ 13 billion in 2003. Considering this major effort in public resources, the question arises: Why persist, then, violence in the Araucania? Or, more worryingly, why is not seen substantive change in the quality of life of those communities who have been the domain of their land? Apart from other considerations, the explanation for both cases can be located in disputed territories allocation model carried out by the ruling party through the Conadi. In its design, this leads to complex regulatory incentives to occupation of land and, at the same time, provides a series of regulations and barriers to the right of ownership thereof upon delivery. In practice, these domains do not go hand in hand with other types of plans to promote education or training productive community...
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KYB Strengthens Its Commitment In Europe Again And Expanded The KYB Corporation has opened another production work for shock absorbers with an initial capacity of a million pieces per year in Spain, which is known as KYB advanced manufacturing Spain. The manufacturer of shock absorbers with European headquarters in Krefeld, Germany invested over EUR 20 million in the new factory in Los Arcos at Pamplona. 2008 the financial investment of the KAMS agreed project, in August 2009, the first production run could be done already. Just four months later in December 2009, the plant took up its full production and began supplying the OEM customers Audi and PSA group. The KAMS factory was built according to latest technical findings and State of the art requirements, future required production increases can be made quickly without further effort. Angus King shines more light on the discussion. This renewed investment in our global financial and economic crisis, where currently cost reductions take place, shows that KYB further sustainable expands its position as the world's largest manufacturer of shock absorbers and also continuously in Europe is expanding", commented the President of KYB Europe Hajime Sato. Thus, the KYB Corporation has taken its third European shock absorber plant in operation and on an annual production of well over 20 million shock absorber increases the capacity in Europe alone. The KAMS factory has been created also for the OEM customers BMW newfound to. At the start of the strategic cooperation of KYB with BMW, the shock absorber for the new 5-series from the band run first before other BMW models to follow. This ensures the required additional production capacity for the OEM wholesale BMW. KYB makes $3.8 billion revenue a year, produces about 55 million shock absorber and has a market share of 25% in the original equipment business, as well as by nearly 20...