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PARIS - Saturday, April 6th 2013

    A minimum time-saving of ten minutes
    No more security checks for passengers coming from the Schengen area
    Direct, simplified and streamlined access

Transfer passengers in terminals 2E and 2F can now benefit from new direct, simpler and quicker connection routes to their departure lounges.

"The new Paris-Charles de Gaulle connection routes strengthen the competitive potential of Europe's leading hub. Aéroports de Paris has invested almost 100 million euros in this project. This new structure will allow almost ten thousand passengers, transiting through Paris-Charles de Gaulle daily, to save time and, above all, enjoy a streamlined connection", says Franck Goldnadel, Managing Director of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.

All transfer passengers in Terminals 2E and 2F (whether or not arriving from a country in the Scheng ... Read more »
Views: 321 | Added by: uaeonlinenews | Date: 04.07.2013

NAGOYA, Japan - Saturday, April 6th 2013 [ME NewsWire]

    Exhibition at Gallery Menio celebrates 10 years of Meni-One, Menicon's veterinary subsidiary
    Meet Anny & Kuri, two much-loved patients

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Today even dogs and cats can benefit from continuing advances in contact lens technology, thanks to the efforts of Meni-One*, Menicon's veterinary business unit. Applications continue to expand, but the most common reason pets receive contacts is to give damaged corneas a chance to heal.

For the past 18 years, veterinary research at Menicon has focused on cataracts and congenital ocular conditions that impair the vision of our four-legged friends, in partnership with Dr. Shuichi Chimura, head of Chimura Animal Hospital near Nagoya. In his research, Dr. Chimura spent more than 13 years working with two very special canine patients, both born with chronic ocular conditions: Anny, a Golden Retriever; and Kuri, a Shih Tz ... Read more »
Views: 327 | Added by: africa-live | Date: 04.07.2013

OSAKA, Japan - Friday, April 5th 2013 [ME NewsWire]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Panasonic Corporation (TOKYO:6752) deploys the 100 THOUSAND SOLAR LANTERN PROJECT, a project to donate a total of 100,000 solar lanterns to people in regions of the world without electricity, by 2018, the 100th anniversary of the company's founding. As the first stage in this effort, Panasonic donated 3,000 Compact Solar Lights (CSLs) to NGOs helping to solve social challenges in Myanmar in February 2013. In March 2013, Panasonic donated an additional 5,000 CSLs to NGOs and social enterprises in India, and then, plans to donate 2,000 CSLs*1 to refugees in Kenya.


[Video] Light of Hope in Cambodia -100 Thousand Solar Lantern Project


Currently, there are about 1.32 billion people worldwide living without electricity, mainly in developing countries in Asia and Africa*2. Many homes in these regi ... Read more »
Views: 318 | Added by: uaeonlinenews | Date: 04.07.2013


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