Thursday, June 30, 2005

Repeated WENV in PLT

Allyn Tennant supplied a fix to a problem noted by Tahir Yaqoob that repeated use of WENV in PLT ended up producing a message about exceeding the available unit numbers.

Note that headas has too copies of qdp & plt, one under ftools and the other under Xspec/plot. I don't think this duplication is necessary. The ftools copy is two years and the Xspec copy is four years out-of-date.

Allyn now has a QDP/PLT webpage with the latest version available by ftp.

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Gateway to korea said...

Korea news inDynamic korea

About 786 entrepreneurs and executives of leading businesses worldwide will flock to South Korea's second biggest city of Busan to take part in one of the world's biggest business fairs Nov. 17-19.

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit 2005 will be the largest-ever in APEC history in terms of the number of business participants.

The gathering is also the most prestigious annual event in terms of providing a unique opportunity for business leaders from the Asia-Pacific rim to hear presentations about economic and trade issues from APEC economic leaders, economists, policymakers and fellow business leaders.

Although Shanghai attracted 800 participants in 2001, Chinese entrepreneurs accounted for nearly half of the attendees. The previous eight APEC forums attracted less than 650 businessmen.

Ten heads of states, including Korean President Roh Moo-hyun, Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Vladimir V. Putin and Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, will join this year's CEO Summit seminar sessions.

The meeting, which will comprise of 10 plenary seminar sessions and seven special sessions, will explore the theme of ``Entrepreneurship and Prosperity: Building a Successful Partnership in the Asia-Pacific Region.'

Issues to be addressed at the sessions include global energy challenges, global competitiveness in a borderless economy, natural disasters and global responsibility, information communication technology (ICT) and challenges for globalization and borderless free trade.

The summit will also provide an unmatched opportunity to reinforce business networking among business leaders in the region.

Star entrepreneurs to attend the meeting include Citigroup senior vice chairman William R. Rhodes, AIG executive vice chairman and COO Donald P. Kanak, Gale International chairman Stanley Gale, Gale International president and CEO John B. Hynes III, DHL Logistics CEO Frank Appel and Li & Fung Group chairman Victor Fung.

Representatives of leading information technology (IT) companies participating in the event include Microsoft senior vice president and CTO Craig Mundie, Sybase chairman and CEO John Chen, chairman and CEO Jack Ma and China Unicom president Shang Bing.

Invitees from prominent energy firms and oil refineries include Russian oil heavyweight Gazprom chairman Alexey Miller, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) president Chengyu Fu and BPMIGAS chairman Kardaya Warnika.

Also on the list are SK Group chairman Chey Tae-won, SK Telecom president Kim Shin-bae, Samsung Electronics president of semiconductor business Hwang Chang-gyu, KT Corp. executive vice president Yoon Jong-lok, Korean Air chairman Cho Yang-ho, Daesung Group chairman Kim Young-hoon and GM Daewoo Auto & Technology president Nick Reilly.

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