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INNSBRUCK, Austria - Monday, May 12th 2014 [ME NewsWire]

ESPU 2014

(BUSINESS WIRE) New data has shown that treatment with melt-in-the-mouth desmopressin (MINIRIN® Melt)* improved sleep patterns and psychological functioning (including attention problems and memory) in children with nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting). The negative impact of bedwetting on children’s neuropsychological functioning (e.g. anxiety and social self-esteem problems) was also shown.1,2 The data from a study by researchers at the University Hospital Ghent, Belgium was presented at the 25th annual congress of the European Society for Paediatric Urology (ESPU) in Innsbruck, Austria.

Results were based on a study of 30 bedwetting children aged 6-16 years old who were tested before and after six months of desmopressin treatment. Data showed that an improvement in bedwet ... Read more »

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Appropriate Regulatory Framework Will Allow Developing M2M Market to Flourish

LONDON. - Saturday, May 10th 2014 [ME NewsWire]

(BUSINESS WIRE) The GSMA welcomes the Brazilian government’s decision to pass regulation reducing taxation on machine-to-machine (M2M) devices. The move, which was announced by Brazil's Communications Minister Paulo Bernardo and signed by President Dilma Rousseff, will significantly reduce the SIM card tax on M2M devices, providing a stimulus for operators to develop services, such as smart metering, car tracking or remote health monitoring.

“President Rouseuff’s decision to reduce this taxation is a significant move to stimulate the growth of M2M services and should be recognised by other markets as a very positive and forward-looking move,” said Tom Phillips, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA. “M2M is a new market whose growth should be encouraged by government policies of low taxation and light-touch r ... Read more »

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Launch in Windhoek brings its Africa network to 18 markets and marks Regus 102th country globally

ME NewsWire/ Business Wire

WINDHOEK, Namibia - Thursday, May 8th 2014

Global workplace provider Regus has extended its commitment to business in Africa, opening its first centre in Namibia at Maerua Mall in Windhoek.

Regus now operates in 18 countries across Africa, a sign of its belief in the business opportunities available.

Regus’ presence in Namibia will help companies explore the opportunities in an economy predicted to deliver 5.3% GDP growth in 2014.1 There are good prospects in sectors from mining to construction, agriculture and financial services, while the government is also encouraging growth in logistics, tourism and manufacturing.2

By using Regus’ flexible workplaces, companies can assess their prospects without having to commit to long-term leases or invest upfront in property. And with a fully-connected workplac ... Read more »

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