The US has more people in prison, no universal medical plan, lousyMore interesting to me is the difference in employment costs between Austria and France.... I know almost no one who is European employment costs:Chart 3 highlights a major challenge facing Europe over the next 20 to 40 years: the serious financing difficulties of "pay-as-you-go" systems and the possible resultant damage to the global competitiveness of European countries.Overall, the EU is approximately 15% dearer than the US. However, when only the original 15 EU member states are considered, the US is cheaper by approximately 23%.
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What actually happens is no sales to us or the stores.)NARAS and RIAA are moaning about the little mom & pop stores being shoved out of business; no one worked harder to shove them out than our own industry, which greeted every new Tower or mega-music store with glee, and offered steep discounts to Target and WalMart et al for stocking CDs.... As an alternative to encrypting everything, and tying up money for years (potentially decades) fighting consumer suits demanding their first amendment rights be protected (which have always gone to the consumer, as witness the availability of blank and unencrypted VHS tapes and casettes), why not take a tip from book publishers and writers?
I would suggest that passion and quickneFT.com / Arts & Weekend - Confessions of a leg man:Agnes de Mille, in her memoirs, Portrait Gallery, spoke of Markova’s feet and her ballet shoes lined with lambs wool: “Markova’s feet were flawless - white, supple, unmarked. Most dancers’ feet look like the ace of clubs, gnarled, jointed, skinned, bruised and blackened, with horny nails, and rubbings and scars.”At the age of 90, Markova’s feet were still beautiful, still tiny (size two) and still strong.