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FINAL Brujula ciudadana articulo Olson y Gordon sobre proceso electoral de mexico 100%

Candidate and now President Trump effectively harnessed these anxieties and helped focus their ire on long-simmering discontent with global trade deals, especially with China and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/07/untitled-pdf-document-12/

07/05/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

ben beachy cafta and the forced migration crisis 97%

Indeed, that should have been the expected result if NAFTA, the predecessor to CAFTA, offers any indication.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/04/09/ben-beachy-cafta-and-the-forced-migration-crisis/

09/04/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Consumo y Costo Energía Argentina vs Uruguay 74%

consumo energia en Montevideo (1) Montevideo, energia anual en Tep (1 TeP = 11630 kWh) 244,604 Cantidad de hogares Montevideo 441,118 Energia anual por hogar en Kep Argentina Consumos por hogar [KeP] (fuentes energía mas comunes) 813   67.8   25   Gas liquado, supergas, propano   112.2   9.4   81.7   6.8 LEÑA   7   0.6   149   12.4   26.4   264   22.0 1,249   104   520   43 Matriz energetica Montevideo (1) 11,122 5%  SG, Supergás 35,932 15% 97 0%  GP, Gas Propano  GO, Gas Oil ELECTRICIDAD   Total   1% 398 0%  FO, Fuel Oil 7,110 3% GAS NATURAL [m3]    KE, Queroseno 1,592 1% Gas liquado, supergas, propano [kg]   65,756 27% LEÑA [kg]   220 0% 2,954 1%  LE, Leña  CV,  Carbón Vegetal  RB,  Residuos de Biomasa  NF,  Nafta 8 0%  EO,  Energía Eólica 0 0%  EE,  Electricidad 116,297 48% Total 244,602 100% Consumos por hogar en las unidades usuales DERIVADOS DE PETROLEO    788   293     109   950   80   7   1,734   3,066   256 6,043   504 1,305 3,680   307     14,522   1,210   Argentina 12,224 GAS NATURAL   9,898,074 58.8% Gas liquado, supergas, propano   1,366,000 8.1% LEÑA   83,597 0.5% 65,756 26.9% Bagazo, residuos de biomasa   84,000 0.5% 2,954 1.2% 79 144 Montevideo anual mensual anual mensual 51,237   4,270   3,852   321 Gas liquado, supergas, propano   39,156   3,263   41,321   3,443 LEÑA    8.2% 24 GAS NATURAL   Montevideo 1,381,294 5.0% ELECTRICIDAD    11,122 4.5% Total moneda del pais   36,029 14.7% tasa de cambio   TOTAL $us   72   6   8,668   722 1556   28,022   2,335 9,095   81,863   6,822   28.18   455   2,905   242 18,672 109,137   20.00  5,457 Salario medio, us$ (https://preciosmundi.com) 807 714 CARBÓN VEGETAL   180,457 1.1% 220 0.1% ELECTRICIDAD   3,851,023 22.9% 116,297 47.5% Energía que compra el salario medio   1.77   2.95 16,844,445 100%   100% Energía que compra salario medio relativa a Montevideo   0.60   1.00 Argentina Consumo "por hogar" [KeP] anual mensual 9,458   ELECTRICIDAD [kWh]   Gasto en cada fuente de energía en moneda del pais 2.1 Montevideo anual mensual Total Argentina (2) Consumo RESIDENCIAL de energía por área geografica [TeP] 316 Argentina 3,116  DO, Diesel Oil anual mensual GAS NATURAL   554.5  GN, Gas Natural Montevideo anual mensual Total Hogares Consumo anual energía por hogar [KeP] consumo relativo a Montevideo   244,602 Montevideo 12,171,675 441,118 1,384 555 2.50   Cálculo gasto en Argentina GAS NATURAL 187.315614+5.1799*consumo_m3 Gas liquado, supergas, propano 300/10*consumo_kg  (300 = costo garrafa 10 kg) 1.00 LEÑA  consumo_kg*900$/1000kgr segun  ELECTRICIDAD  http://www.edenor.com.ar/cms/SP/CLI/HOG/SIM.html Cálculo gasto en Uruguay GAS NATURAL (9.6$+0.853$/m3*consumo_m3)*28.1795$uy/$ Gas liquado, supergas, propano cons_kg*1957.5$/45kg (1957 precio tubo 45) LEÑA  consumo_kg*5$uy/kgr (1) OPP‐BM 4598‐UR‐PNUD‐URU/01/010 “Estudios de base para el diseño de estrategias y políticas energéticas: relevamiento de  consumos de energía sectoriales en términos de energía útil a nivel nacional” (2) datos de Balance Energético Nacional de la República Argentina, año 2016  http://www.energia.gob.ar/contenidos/archivos/Reorganizacion/informacion_del_mercado/publicaciones/energia_en_gral/bala nces_2016/balances/2017/balance_2016_version%201.xlsx ELECTRICIDAD  188.2+58.3*10+6.121*consumo_kWh DENSIDAD PODER  CALORIFICO  PODER  Fuente Energia Kg/lt kcal/lt kcal/kg kcal/lt kcal/kg Carbón Mineral (nacional) (*) ‐ ‐ 5.9 ‐ 6.2 Carbón Mineral (importado) ‐ ‐ 7.2 ‐ 7.5 Coque ‐ ‐ 6.8 ‐ 7.5 Petróleo Crudo 0,885 8.85 10 9.293 10.5 Aeronaftas 0,709 7.374 10.4 8.012 11.3 Naftas 0,735 7.607 10.35 8.232 11.2 Kerosene y Comb. Jets 0,808 8.322 10.3 8.945 11.07 Gas Oil 0,845 8.619 10.2 9.211 10.9 Diesel Oil 0,880 8.8 10 9.416 10.7 Fuel Oil 0,945 9.261 9.8 9.923 10.5 Mezcla 70‐30 0,910 8.995 9.885 9.638 10.591 Carbón Residual 1,000 ‐ 7.6 ‐ 7.9 7.2 ‐ 7.8 Coque de Carbón Residual ‐ ‐ Gas Residual de Petróleo ‐ 8.500/m3 ‐ 9.000/m3 ‐ Gas Natural ‐ 8.300/m3 ‐ 9.300/m3 ‐ Propano 0,508 5.588 11 6.102 12.013 Butano 0,567 6.18 10.9 6.735 11.878 Gas Licuado 0,537 ‐ 10.95 6.418 11.951 Leña Blanda ‐ ‐ 1.84 ‐ 2.94 Leña Dura ‐ ‐ 2.3 ‐ 3.5 Carbón de Leña ‐ ‐ 6.5 ‐ 7.5 Marlo de Maíz ‐ ‐ 2.3 ‐ 3 Cáscara de Arroz ‐ ‐ 2.3 ‐ 3 Bagazo ‐ ‐ 1.5 ‐ 2 Aserrín ‐ ‐ 1.8 ‐ 1.995 Otros Residuos Vegetales ‐ ‐ 1.76 ‐ 2.31 Papeles ‐ ‐ 1.62 ‐ 1.796 Alcohol de Quemar 0,789 6.08 ‐ 6.4 ‐ Gas de Alto Horno de C. de Leña ‐ 950/m3 ‐ 1.055/m3 ‐ Gas de Alto Horno de C. de Coque ‐ 800/m3 ‐ 905/m3 ‐ Etano 1,270 14.413/m3 11.35 15.746 12.399 Metanol 0,800 3.818 4.773 4.345 5.431 Etanol 0,794 5.082 6.4 5.633 7.092 860 kcal/kWh ‐ ‐ Electricidad ‐ ‐ Licor Negro ‐ ‐ 3.6 ‐ ‐ Corteza/chips de leña ‐ ‐ 4.6 ‐ ‐ (*) Sobre base húmeda 1 kep = kilo equivalente de petróleo = 10.000 kcal FACTOR DE CONVERSION A kep  lt a kep kg a kep kWh a kep ‐ 0,590 ‐ 0,720 ‐ 0,680 ‐ 1,000 0,7374 1,040 0,7607 1,035 0,8322 1,030 0,8619 1,020 0,8800 1,000 0,9261 0,980 0,8995 0,988 ‐ 0,760 ‐ 0,720 0,8500 de m3 0,8300 de m3 ‐ 1,100 ‐ 1,090 ‐ 1,095 ‐ 0,184 ‐ 0,230 ‐ 0,650 ‐ 0,230 0,230 ‐ ‐ 0,150 ‐ 0,180 ‐ 0,176 ‐ 0,162 0,6080 0,095 de m3 0,080 de m3 14,413 1,135 0,3818 0,477 0,5082 0,640 ‐ ‐ 0,0860 ‐ 0,360 ‐ 0,460

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/04/25/consumo-y-costo-energ-a-argentina-vs-uruguay/

25/04/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

Schengen visa 61%

Chile, Singapore H-1B1 Chile H-1B1 - DOL Singapore International cultural exchange visitors Q USCIS ---L--- USCIS B-2 (NA) Media, journalists ---I--- (NA) NAFTA professional workers:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/10/06/schengen-visa/

06/10/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

4 Paul Chehade - Solutions to Improve the US Economy 55%

NAFTA is one of the many examples where we lose money having this agreement in place.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/06/4-paul-chehade-solutions-to-improve-the-us-economy/

06/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

CI Assoc - Financial Connections 20-11-17 55%

Unions take NAFTA wage fight to Mexican Senate The head of Canada’s biggest private-sector union headed to Mexico’s Senate on Friday, promising to fight at the NAFTA trade pact talks for improved Mexican wages and free collective bargaining as a way of benefiting workers across North America.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/11/20/ci-assoc-financial-connections-20-11-17/

20/11/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

DNC Oppo Research 55%

Republican Economic Records .........................................................................111 Education .......................................................................................................................................111 K-12 ............................................................................................................................................112 Higher Ed ...................................................................................................................................113 Entitlements ..................................................................................................................................113 Social Security ...........................................................................................................................114 Medicare .....................................................................................................................................115 Environment and Energy .............................................................................................................116 Energy Extraction .....................................................................................................................116 Keystone XL ...............................................................................................................................116 Energy Prices .............................................................................................................................117 Climate Change Denier .............................................................................................................118 Nuclear Energy ..........................................................................................................................118 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) ..............................................................................................119 Wind Power ................................................................................................................................119 Gaming ..........................................................................................................................................121 Guns ...............................................................................................................................................122 Background Checks ...................................................................................................................123 Magazine Limits ........................................................................................................................124 Permits and Concealed Carry ...................................................................................................124 Assault Weapons Ban................................................................................................................125 Gun Free Zones ..........................................................................................................................125 NRA ............................................................................................................................................126 Mass Shootings ..........................................................................................................................126 Health Care ...................................................................................................................................129 Health Care Plan .......................................................................................................................129 Affordable Care Act ...................................................................................................................130 Universal Health Care ..............................................................................................................132 Homeland Security/Terrorism ......................................................................................................132 Torture .......................................................................................................................................132 Surveillance ...............................................................................................................................133 Immigration ...................................................................................................................................137 Immigration Plan Overview......................................................................................................137 Mass Deportation ......................................................................................................................138 Path to Citizenship ....................................................................................................................140 Border Security ..........................................................................................................................140 Undocumented Immigrants ......................................................................................................141 Birthright Citizenship ...............................................................................................................142 Visas ...........................................................................................................................................143 Executive Actions on Immigration ...........................................................................................145 Offensive Rhetoric Towards Hispanics And Latinos ...............................................................145 Conspiracy Theories ..................................................................................................................150 Undocumented Laborers at Trump Projects ............................................................................151 Miscellaneous Comments ..........................................................................................................153 Labor ..............................................................................................................................................154 Salaries and Wages ...................................................................................................................154 Confidential Page 4 Unions/Right-To-Work ..............................................................................................................155 LGBT..............................................................................................................................................156 Religious and Racial Minorities ...................................................................................................156 Affirmative Action And Quotas ................................................................................................156 Black Lives Matter (BLM) ........................................................................................................157 Muslim Surveillance and Database Proposal ..........................................................................157 Offensive and Insensitive Comments on Minority Groups .....................................................161 Support from White Supremacists ...........................................................................................164 Taxes ..............................................................................................................................................165 2016 Tax Plan ............................................................................................................................165 Tax Burden ................................................................................................................................168 Deductions and Incentives ........................................................................................................170 Flat Tax and Fair Tax ...............................................................................................................171 Bush Tax Cuts ...........................................................................................................................173 Net Worth Tax ...........................................................................................................................173 Corporate Taxes .........................................................................................................................174 Capital Gains and Carried Interest..........................................................................................175 Estate Tax ..................................................................................................................................176 IRS ..............................................................................................................................................176 Miscellaneous.............................................................................................................................177 Trade ..............................................................................................................................................178 TPP .............................................................................................................................................178 Free and Fair Trade ..................................................................................................................178 Trade Wars ................................................................................................................................179 NAFTA and WTO ......................................................................................................................179 Tariffs .........................................................................................................................................180 Trade with China and Currency Devaluation .........................................................................181 Transportation and Infrastructure ..............................................................................................184 Women and Families ....................................................................................................................184 Abortion......................................................................................................................................184 Planned Parenthood and Women’s Health Care .....................................................................185 Equal Pay ...................................................................................................................................188 Employer-Provided Child Care .................................................................................................188 Sexual Assaults .........................................................................................................................189 Offensive Comments..................................................................................................................191 Working for Trump ....................................................................................................................196 Working Families ..........................................................................................................................196 Comments on Contributors to American Society.....................................................................196 Minimum Wage .........................................................................................................................197 SNAP Benefits ...........................................................................................................................197 “Free Stuff” ................................................................................................................................197 Veterans .........................................................................................................................................198 Plan for the VA ..........................................................................................................................198 Trump’s Politics 200 2016 ................................................................................................................................................200 GOP Loyalty Pledge ..................................................................................................................200 Campaign Finance .....................................................................................................................201 Going Negative ..........................................................................................................................204 Confidential Page 5

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/06/15/dnc-oppo-research/

15/06/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

IIPADpoll 52%

Preference on Candidate by the Issues Free Trade Religious Liberty LGBT Rights Law&Crime Environment Gun Control Immigration Health Care Terrorism Employment 0% 10% 20% Hillary Clinton 30% 40% Donald Trump 50% 60% Gary Johnson 70% 80% 90% 100% Jill Stein The general consensus was that Trump slightly leads Clinton on economic issues such as creating jobs for Americans and renegotiating trade deals such as NAFTA and TPP.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/08/23/iipadpoll/

23/08/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

NeverWet - Karta techniczna 52%

Jeżeli kulka nie zacznie grzechotać Właściwości fizyczne WARSTWA PODKŁADOWA WARSTWA NAWIERZCHNIOWA węglowodór Dane niedostępne Rodzaj pigmentu Dane niedostępne Dane niedostępne Waga napełnienia 0,25 kg 0,25 kg Nafta i rozpuszczalnik estrowy Aceton Wydajność praktyczna przy zalecanej grubości filmu (zakłada 15% straty materiału) 0,92 m2/puszka 0,92 m2/puszka Czasy schnięcia w Na dotyk temperaturze 25ºC i Do użycia wilgotności względnej 50% Do nałożenia kolejnej warstwy 15 minut 30 minut 4 godziny Dane niedostępne 15 minut (ten sam produkt) 1 minuta (ten sam produkt) Wytrzymałość cieplna (suchej warstwy) 110ºC 110ºC Przydatność 2 lata 2 lata -104ºC -104ºC Żywica Rozpuszczalnik Temperatura zapłonu Informacje bezpieczeństwa Informacje dostępne w karcie charakterystyki produktu

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/10/06/neverwet-karta-techniczna/

06/10/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

weekly update 1th Nov 2016 stockmarket 51%

Part of Trump's reputation is to disrupt the status quo, so he could have his eye set on everything from the Affordable Care Act, to NAFTA.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/17/weekly-update-1th-nov-2016-stockmarket/

17/11/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

My Document 49%

Trump would like to suspend both NAFTA (North-Atlantic Free Trade agreement) and TPP (Trans-Pacific Pacific Partnership).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/18/my-document/

18/11/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

July Currency Matters 48%

Manufacturing has a hard time competing with the US and Mexico since NAFTA so Ontario and Quebec are not yet seeing significant gains from the 20% fall in the Canadian dollar over the past year.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/06/30/july-currency-matters/

30/06/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Evropa - družbenogeografski oris 47%

skupaj je zaprto preko 300 premogovnikov in ukinjeno preko 1 milijon delovnih mest o Nafta in zemeljski plin  Evropa večinoma uvaža (Norveška, Rusija, Arabske države)  Prednosti nafte pred premogom, prednosti plina pred nafto o Jedrska energija  1956 prva JE v Veliki Britaniji  1975 – 1985 glavno obdobje gradnje JE v Evropi  Prednosti in slabosti o Obnovljivi viri  Hidro, vetrna, solarna, geotermalna energija, energija biomase Industrija  Industrijska revolucija o Začetek masovne industrijske proizvodnje, osnova je tehnološka inovacija – parni stroj – nadomesti človeško delo o Najstarejša panoga je tekstilna industrija, sledijo železarstvo, strojna in kovinska industrija, ladjedelništvo (delovno intenzivna in težka/bazična industrija) o Velika Britanija, 2.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/26/evropa-dru-benogeografski-oris/

26/01/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Logistyka międzynarodowa 44%

wolnego handlu (NAFTA) Stany Organizacja wolnego handlu i współpracy między krajami wschodnimi np.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/11/logistyka-mi-dzynarodowa/

11/01/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Trump's immigration law 37%

increase fees on all NAFTA worker visas from Mexico (another major source of overstays);

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/24/trump-s-immigration-law/

24/03/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

simulado 2dia1serie 2806 35%

d) governos de países em desenvolvimento, com finalidade de aumentar a sua capacidade de negociação com os países do Norte, nos organismos internacionais, têm buscado ampliar a cooperação Sul-Sul, por meio da constituição de associações como a ALCA e o NAFTA.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/05/23/simulado-2dia1serie-2806/

22/05/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

The Crisis of Western Identity 33%

Such a revolution reached its climax internationally, with the formation of the WTO in 1994, and in America, with the signing of NAFTA.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/12/12/the-crisis-of-western-identity/

12/12/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

ES-CAS 48-timers eksamen 33%

the EEA allows free market trade with EU-eligible countries that chose not to enter into the union, and the mutual recognition of product standards with US and Canada could be basis for trade agreements with NAFTA (North American Free Trade Area)(ibid.:385).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/03/06/es-cas-48-timers-eksamen/

06/03/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Tequila jf048637f 25%

Tequila is protected under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and an agreement between the European * Corresponding author (e-mail Lachenmeier@web.de;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/11/14/tequila-jf048637f/

14/11/2014 www.pdf-archive.com