The implementation of a quality system should begin with a review of company operations for comparison with the model suggested by ISO 9001:2000.
Following the adoption of a quality management system (QMS) a reliable and effective team will have to be formed to analyze the company’s management and establish the activities to be carried out according to the QMS selected.
The Ministry of Finance intends to place majority of the certificates in the medium and long term, "in order to improve the maturity profile and reduce the risk of refinancing".
The Treasury sold bonds in the domestic financial market for about $1.073 billion during the first quarter of 2012, and in the second quarter plans to place $1.165 billion, reported Misfinanzasenlinea.com.
The aeronautical authorities of Peru have so far refused permission for a fifth weekly frequency, even though the demand for seats is catching up with supply.
The CEO of Copa Airlines, Pedro Heilbron, pointed out that Copa Airlines wants to tap the growing business opportunities presented by Peru’s economic dynamism, and therefore is looking to add a flight for the route Lima-Panama, reported Misfinanzasenlinea.com
The President Laura Chinchilla is insisting on tax reforms to mitigate the high fiscal deficit.
Standing against the government's position, the President of the Legislative Assembly and opponent Juan Carlos Mendoza, says the initiative that has been submitted does not have the necessary support to be passed.
From May 13 the country will be declared free of classic swine fever.
Dr. Marvin Rodriguez, head of epidemiological surveillance department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAG), confirmed that for the last five years, the virus which transmits the disease has not circulated in pig populations in Nicaragua.
Two years ago we used the same title to report on the growing trend of the debt / GDP ratio in Costa Rica. Today the news is that this ratio has reached nearly 50%.
The consequences are as you would expect: upward trend in interest rates because the state must meet its cash needs competing for credit with the productive sectors, and reduced state investment, especially in infrastructure, which compromises the ability of the economy to grow.
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