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the Finnish centre for Pensions ETK report Statutory pensions – long-term calculations of 2016, that the pension investments, the real expected return for the next ten-year period is three per cent and after this the real rate of return return rate of 3.5%.the Writing of "the pension bomb is ticking" trade magazine 3.11. I would argue that the realistic decades the expected return is no more than two per cent.the Years 2017-2026 with regard to the report presented in the following table under the figures.pension assets real expected returns by investment type 2017-2016, %I view only the interest and equity investments long-term yields, which is easy to evaluate.ETK uses a ten year inflation-expected 1.6 per cent.
the network company Nokia has been this year, its owners tragic investment.the Share value is melted in the range of approximately 40%, write the value of the securities.Now the base is however seen.This view is an equity research company Inderes analyst Mikael Rautanen.the Big celebration is still not the subject, for network industry development continued to be weak.the Ancient, the negative things, however, are already priced in Nokia shares and the earlier overly optimistic forecasts is set down.
This fall, personal-genetics company 23andMe launched a new direct-to-consumer test that complies with the FDA's rules on personal-genetics testing.The new test gives information on everything from how much DNA you share with our Neanderthal ancestors to how much caffeine you likely consume.It also lets you know if you're carrying certain genetic variations related to diseases that you could pass on to your kids.I've been interested in what 23andMe is doing ever since I heard they were planning to develop drugs based on genetic information.But I was also curious to see what kind of diseases I might be at risk of passing down to my kids and whether the health concerns that run in my family could be spotted in my spit.Here's what it was like: View As:
in Finland, has opened a virtual ideatori, who wants to consumers, according to food product development.Consumers and businesses as the meeting place for a functioning online marketplace trying to take consumers according to the product development idea evaluation or, for example, asks consumers view on a suitable packaging solution and product expression on her face, told the university of Turku in a statement.behind the Market is Southwest Finland and Satakunta area of food chain development and cooperation project, Innotori.on Its website, consumers have the opportunity to influence the kind of food the grocery store shelf is in the future to find.Although the idea market creators are the southwest finns, the service is targeted at all consumers."for businesses, consumers' views are important in order to produce just the right kind of products for their customers and distinguish themselves from competitors.
the Deputy ombudsman's view, the armed Forces was limited by the servicemen and the supplier's freedom of speech, when the Pori brigade to prevent journalists from asking the servicemen's opinion.Yle journalist had wanted to interview the military for their use of surprise attacks by the fighting, but the brigade refused the interview on this topic.the military alliance left to the parliamentary ombudsman in April, the complaint, which the unions suspect the Pori brigade have limited the servicemen to freedom of expression.
the Extra media attention may distort the turn of the year in the start of a basic income results of the experiment, the Coil warns on its website, published the blog text."the Interest is understandable, but in order to try the results are not distorted, the test subjects should not be approached any more than without the experiment.the Research point of view also other media attention can undermine the reliability of the results", the Coil write.basic income experiment the primary objective is to study the basic income effect of the experiment on the selected group of the population employment and labour market behaviour, the Reel report.in the alternative may be to investigate other effects, such as participants ' experience of well-being."As a social scientific research in general, the subject of interest is the basic revenue of the impact on the population level, not the basic income effect of the individual", the Coil specified.
in the Previous several perceive culture to be a part of citizens ' basic services, told the membership of Specific areas of the association by the query.according to the Survey, this view is shared by 82% of respondents, while two years ago the corresponding figure was 71 percent.more Than 80 per cent of the respondents hope the municipal contribution to the library, museums and cultural services.Kantar TNS:no implement of the internet questionnaire responded to in January more than a thousand people.the margin of Error is 2.9 percentage points in either direction.
German chancellor Angela Merkel promised to defend all of their German rights, who want to travel to the united states.Merkel to take a particular position with dual position, told the Financial Times.Us president Donald Trump has set a travel ban to the united states seven muslim countries citizens.the Preliminary three months lasting ban to prevent Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Syrian nationals from entering the united states.Merkel said, now defending the germans, who have dual nationality."the chancellery and the foreign ministry are making every effort, especially the dual point of view, to determine the legal consequences and in particular to promote their interests before the law."
Sdp, fresh vice-president criticise the Saturday, the government postponed the plans and indicated that they were part of the president Antti rinne of the teams that aims to win in the next few years held viisissä election.the New vice president of triad Sanna Marin, Maarit Feldt-ranta and Ville Skinnari stated in a joint press conference his intentions to fight the government's social and health care services reform, which is based on service activities for the transfer of publicly owned companies.Feldt-beach view, the sote-reform should be to prepare together .however, He did not specify cooperation partners in its detail.Together , Feldt-Beach characterize future Sdp-driven sote-the preparation.it is not Intended that the reform would be returned completely to the starting box.
the market court has issued its decision on copyright letter case in which the defendant was accused of download the three Black Sails -tv series of episodes as well as A Walk Among the Tombstones movie and share their still going as a BitTorrent peer-to-peer network.Court took the view that the copyright holders presented a case enough evidence of defendant's guilt.the defendant argued that his use was an open wireless internet connection that could be used by anyone outside of his apartment from the outside, up to 300 meters distance.Innocent also support the evidence, because the defendant's computer or network hard drive of no studies found traces of the pirated content or BitTorrent client.the market court considered that the applicant managed to present strong enough evidence that the defendant's internet connection would have been protected, or that he would have personally downloaded tv series episodes.the Law requires Crystalis Entertainment UG's and Scanbox Entertainment A/S. by the defendant 28 136 euros in court costs and overdue interest.
Music, movies and books to share which network the use of the services is facilitated within the EU.the EU institutions reached a basic agreement on the reform-related copyright issues on Tuesday night.the content of the mobile security concerns so payable as fees tomiakin subscription services.As the video service Netflix, Spotify as Yle Areena can be used in the future in another EU country as in Finland, i.e. the provider would have the same content.Services can already now be used outside Finland, but for example, Yle Areena can currently view copyright reasons mainly domestic programs.the web services movement is becoming a force estimated at the fall of 2018, but the schedule is still specified.
the International chamber of commerce ICC Finland believes that the European parliament's positive view of the EU and Canada Ceta free trade agreement is Finland's useful.the Decision to accelerate the development of Finnish exports to Canada.the Reason is, because Canada is Finland only 18. the main exporting countries , said the ICC Finland country director Timo vuori release.ICC Finland concluded a treaty to strengthen the EU's credibility as a trading partner.When the Canadian public procurement opened, find the potential of the arctic conditions expertise as well as technology.the Traditional forest-, ICT - and health technology exports will benefit from the product double-testing will be reduced , Mountain said.
finance minister Petteri Orphan (ioc) is annoyed by the confederation of Finnish industries EK:no recent president Veli-Matti mattila's assessment, according to which Finland is still 10-15% too high pay levels.Mattila said at the weekend Helsingin sanomat in an interview that Finland is still needed in several competitive contracts, so that competitors a head start, we'll be caught.That speech was not built for employment, but rather tearing it, what has been achieved”, the Orphan said to the Economy.in His view, Finland should now find the "together in new ways to improve the employment situation"."we Need reforms in the labour market, as more local agreement; the confrontation with them is not getting at the time.""Also, the employees have been ready to find solutions to the Finnish problem," the Orphan answered Mattila.
Interactive video is an innovative approach to marketing that can increase audience engagement, especially among millennials.Still, many in marketing and advertising remain in the dark about the opportunities interactive offers and how to best leverage its capabilities, including data and customer insights.Although interactive video is getting easier to create, marketers and advertisers still struggle to understand how it works and how they can leverage it for their brands.And if so, what do you need to know to reach your goals?Brands are putting more and more content on the Web, increasing competition for consumers mental bandwidth, thereby lowering the odds of any meaningful engagement.Creating an immersive and tailored experience leads to longer view times, increased interactions, and more social sharing, which is exactly what content creators are looking for in 2016.
I have to admit: I've become a genetics geek.Ever since I sent my first saliva sample to be analyzed by consumer-genetics company 23andMe, I've become obsessed with what I can find out from a sample of my DNA.After trying out 23andMe's $199 test, I wanted to see how one of its competitors' tests stacked up.For $99, AncestryDNA will sequence your genes to help trace your geographic roots.It doesn't provide health and wellness information, although Ancestry launched a program aimed at tracking family-health history called AncestryHealth.The company also recently teamed up with Alphabet's biotechnology company, Calico, to study the genetics of the human lifespan.Here's what it was like to use AncestryDNA: View As:
Fang Binxing was forced to use a VPN to circumvent the Great Firewall of China Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty ImagesThe Father of China s internet censorship infrastructure, known as the Great Firewall of China, has been caught having to circumvent his own creation after attempting to display a website during a talk at the Harbin Institute of Technology in the Heilongjiang province of China.According to local reports, Fang Binxing attempted to display a South Korea website, which he said showed the views of South Koreans attempting to build similar infrastructure to China s firewall, but was blocked by said censorship system.Fang then had to resort to setting up a virtual private network VPN to circumvent the censorship, in full view of the lecture attendees, to display the site.Using VPNs to effectively make a tunnel through the Great Firewall of China to the outside internet world is a common, but frowned upon, practice used by many within China wishing to access western sites such as Facebook and Twitter.The UK also operates a system of censorship through court-ordered blocks of piracy sites by internet service providers, including the notorious Pirate Bay, which requires users to employ similar techniques such as VPNs to access.
These changes are especially apparent in archive photos recently uncovered by the New York Public Library.The collection contains prints from 1935 to 1936 by Berenice Abbott, a photographer who documented NYC's transformation over the previous century in her series "Changing New York."Comparing her photos to Google Street View images reveals how the city's public spaces have changed up to today."The bones of the city are still there, but we're good at adapting it for what we want."Jefferson Market Courthouse, 1935 vs 2014.Berenice Abbott/Google/Skye GouldIn 1939, the tracks in front of the courthouse migrated underground with the creation of the subway, bringing more light to the street and increasing the value of the nearby real estate.
Get ready for a whole lot of Google news.On Wednesday, the company kicks off its annual, three-day long developers' conference at a big stadium near its headquarters in Mountain View, California.Besides schooling the thousands of attending developers on how to best integrate its products and services, Google uses its biggest event of the year to show off all the cool new tech it's been working on and to lay out its vision for the future.Here's everything we're expecting to see at Google's I/O conference: View As: One PageSlides
U.S. Patent Office Today, when a car runs into a pedestrian, it often carries the person along until the driver brakes, throwing the victim from the vehicle, possibly leading to further injury as they hit the road or some other hard surface, or get hit by another car, the patent said."An eggshell-like layer covering the adhesive would protect the sticky surface during everyday driving, but shatter in an accident to reveal the glue.The Google patent comes at a time of rising pedestrian traffic fatalities, with preliminary data suggesting a 10 percent increase nationally last year from 4,884 deaths in 2014, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association."Manufacturers have gotten remarkably good at protecting the occupants of the vehicle, but there's been much less attention to protecting the people outside.But, Smith said, Google's patent highlights a problem central to safety engineering: solutions create their own concerns.Contact Ethan Baron at 408-920-5011 or follow him at Twitter.com/ethanbaron