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    UNIVERSIDAD NACIONALUNIVERSIDAD NACIONALDE INGENIERADE INGENIERA

    Facultad de IngenieraFacultad de Ingeniera

    Industrial y de SistemasIndustrial y de Sistemas

    .

    Ing. Margarita D. Mondragn

    [email protected]

    AgostoAgosto Diciembre 2009Diciembre 2009

    M I C R O E C O N O M I AM I C R O E C O N O M I A

    Clase 8 Septiembre 16 , 2009

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    Gardeners work on grass-covered pyramids at the fairground of the"Hannover Messe" industrial trade fair in Hanover April 17, 2009. The world's

    leading fair for industrial technology, with about 6,150 exhibitors from 61nations, opened to the public on Apri, 13.

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    Artists perform during the opening ceremony of the "Hannover Messe" industrialtrade fair in Hanover April 19, 2009.

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    Artists perform during the opening ceremony of the "Hannover Messe"industrial trade fair in Hanover April 19, 2009. The world's leading fair forindustrial technology, with about 6,100 exhibitors from 61 nations, opens to

    the public on April 20 and runs till April 24. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke 4

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    South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo holds a speech during the openingceremony of the "Hannover Messe" industrial trade fair in Hanover April 19, 2009.

    The world's leading fair for industrial technology, with about 6,100 exhibitors from61 nations, opens to the public on April 20 and runs till April 24.

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former Japanese prime minister ShinzoAbe (R) pose before the opening ceremony of the "Hannover Messe" industrialtrade fair in Hanover April 20, 2008. The world's leading fair for industrialtechnology, with about 5,100 exhibitors from 62 nations, opens to the pub lic onApril 21 and runs till April 25. The exhibitors will showcase theirlatest trends inautomation, technologies for maximizing energy efficiency and security andautomotive solutions with Japan as this year's guest country. 6

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    Actors dance during the opening ceremony of the "Hannover Messe" industrial tradefair in Hanover April 20, 2008. The world's leading fair for industrial technology, withabout 5,100 exhibitors from 62 nations, opens to the public on April 21 and runs tillApril 25. The exhibitors will showcase theirlatest trends in automation, technologiesfor maximizing energy efficiency and security and automotive solutions with Japan asthis year's guest country. 7

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    Men walk past a car presented at the "Hannover Messe" industrial trade fair inHanover April 20, 2008. The world's leading fair for industrial technology, withabout 5,100 exhibitors from 62 nations, opens to the public on April 21 and runs tillApril 25. The exhibitors will showcase theirlatest trends in automation,technologies for maximizing energy efficiency and security and automotive

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    A worker sets up a robot during final preparations at the "HannoverMesse" industrial trade fair in Hanover April 19, 2009

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    A robot moves a Rubik cube, at a

    stand at the "Hannover Messe"industrial trade fair in Hanover April

    17, 2009.

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    This Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) computer screen image shows an onlineforum called "Dark Market" where it educates users where to buy skimming devicesto penetrate bank accounts, how to distribute malware through spam, and buy stolencredit cards among other things. Even as authorities try to stamp out that con andother e-mail and online scams, scammers are getting more wily and finding newl

    oophol

    es to expl

    oit. The vast majority of e-mail

    is spam and an unknown percentageof that is meant to defraud. 11

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    Amihai Ben-David, chief executive of N-trig, demonstrates a pen and touch deviceat his office in Kfar Saba, near Tel Aviv April 6, 2009. N-trig, an Israeli start-up thatmakes a pen and touch device for notebook computers, would seek to go public onNasdaq in late 2010 if the economy improves, Ben-David said. N-trig produces apanel that is placed over an LCD screen on a notebook, providing the ability to

    operate a computer through touch, in the style of the iPhone. It is accompanied bya stylus that enables the user to also write on the screen.

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    Jason Cropper, Managing Director of The Electronic Cigarette Company, smokes anelectronic cigarette as he poses for the photographer in the Canary Wharf financialdistrict of London, March 25, 2009.

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    An electronic "book" at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana library shows the AtlanticCode drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci, in downtown Milan March 23, 2009. Expertshave begun unbinding Leonardo Da Vinci's 12-volume Atlantic Code, a movethey say will help preserve the Italian master's largest collection of drawings and

    writings and allow some pages to go on display. 14

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    An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays thecompany's new polka dot pattern mobile phone and dog-shaped phone holderdesigned by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama in Tokyo April 8, 2009. The productnamed "My Doggie Ring-Ring" is priced at 1 million yen ($10,008) and will go onsale in Japan this summer for a limited edition of 100 sets. 15

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    Japan's Nabesie Co's DELED (Dream Ecological Light) is displayed in a fishtank during a LED/OLED lighting technology expo in Tokyo April 15, 2009. The

    waterprooflighting can be insta

    lled inside a fish tank. Picture taken with s

    lowshutter speed.

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    The world's first cloned camel, Injaz (front), is seen at the Camel ReproductionCentre in Dubai, April 15, 2009. The female camel calf was born on April 8,

    created from cells harvested from the ovary of an adu

    lt she-came

    lwhich weregrown in culture before being frozen in liquid nitrogen.

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    China shines at Shanghai auto show(02:12) Report

    Apr 21 - Global automakers look to China's growing market asthey gather at this year's Shanghai Auto Show, but the lonebright spot is also producing potential rivals to the industry'smain players.

    http://www.reuters.com/news/video?videoId=102293

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    Germany bans GM maize(01:47) Report

    Apr 14 - Germany is to ban the cultivation and sale of maize withgenetically modified organisms (GMOs), following several other EU

    countries.Joanna Partridge reports

    http://www.reuters.com/news/video?videoId=101995&videoChannel=5

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