New Simulation Capabilities for Polyurethane Foaming

A Technical Article from the Republic of China (Taiwan) Supplied Content Polyurethane foam is a common thermoset plastic material used in automotive manufacturing. It is a porous, low-density and high-strength material, and these features make polyurethane foam a popular material that can be widely applied in producing various automotive parts. The most common applications include automotive seats, interiors and the…

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Tighter foreign trust rules coming

Simpler tax regime follows Judith Collins Wellington, February 14, 2017 A Bill that tightens the foreign trust disclosure rules, simplifies tax processes and reduces or eliminates use-of-money interest for most business taxpayers passed its final stage in Parliament today. The new legislation tightens the disclosure rules for foreign trusts as recommended by the Shewan Inquiry. It includes measures to implement…

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Status Report outlines progress of Auckland youth

Supplied Content Auckland, February 14, 2017 Auckland Council today released its I Am Auckland Status Report, marking three years of progress in its city-wide strategic action plan for children and young people. Auckland is full of creative, energetic and insightful young people. Many of the half-a- million young people living here are thriving and engaging in the design and leadership…

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Two-day Wellington conference looks at families at risk

A new model to address victims of family violence Supplied Content (Massey News) Tuesday, February 14, 2017 Is a ‘wraparound’ model the answer for New Zealand’s ‘At-Risk Families?’ A Massey University psychologist and family violence expert says that the holistic, collaborative approach to delivering social services is effective in bringing about long-term change, and has organised a conference to build…

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