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Chris McGrath/Getty ImagesBEIRUT—Sitting in a one-room basement apartment in this city’s Fassouh neighborhood, Waad Hariri explains how her family lost their home following the catastrophic port explosion last year.As her three young children run circles around her, and her husband sits calmly by her side, Hariri told The Daily Beast they had watched their three-bedroom home in the underprivileged neighborhood of Karantina be renovated following the blast, only for them to be evicted by the owner before it was completed.“I was shocked, tired, and still suffering from the explosion. My mental state wasn’t stable. I have children and at the same time he was telling me to leave,” Hariri said, speaking hurriedly without skipping any details.As NGOs and grassroots community collectives rushed to renovate some 70,000 homes that were damaged or destroyed in the Aug. 4 Beirut Port explosion—caused by the ignition of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate stored in a warehouse since 2013—some building owners saw it as a way to capitalize on their generosity.Beirut Ignored Public Warning There Was a Russian ‘Bomb’ at the PortNadine Bekdache has been documenting eviction cases in Beirut since 2014 as part of a project called Housing Monitor, created by the design studio Public Works. Bekdache told The Daily Beast that threats and evictions have been on the rise since the explosion.“Threats of eviction on these neighborhoods have been happening before the blast, [but] what becomes traumatic is when your house exploded and then you’re faced with eviction,” Bekdache said.She said the real-estate market had been pushing for these inner-city areas to be developed and gentrified long before the port explosion.“So the blast becomes an opportunity for these forces; any landlord that wants to get rid of their tenants can use the reason that the buildings are too damaged to live in,” said Bekdache.After shocking videos of the blast raced around the world, individuals and governments were moved to try and help rebuild the battered city. In the absence of a reliable Lebanese government response, coupled with the public’s distrust in their management of money, online donation portals were launched in order to funnel in donations from overseas.Impact Lebanon, for example, raised $9 million and vetted the NGOs on the ground that the money would be channeled to. Other smaller initiatives raised over $100,000 collectively, while world powers pledged $300 million in emergency aid.Some of that money went to multiple NGOs that worked tirelessly on the ground following the blast to repair houses and make homes livable again, such as the local Offre Joie and the international humanitarian organization Medair, though the majority of renovations came from independent volunteers in Beirut who crowdfunded donations.These NGOs have done a wonderful, much-needed job in helping to repair the homes of people who could never have afforded to make their homes safe themselves.Unfortunately, that generosity has had some unintended consequences.Hariri, 29, had been living in Karantina since she married her husband, Ra’ad, in 2012 and moved into the home he had been renting since coming to Lebanon from Dara’a in Syria’s south in 2006.The Beirut explosion rocked their house while they were having dinner, blowing out all the doors and windows, destroying all of their belongings, and sending the family flying across the room.“Of all the things we experienced in Syria, it was nothing like this,” Hariri said. Ra’ad Hariri and his two sons sit in their one room apartment they have rented since being evicted from their house in Karantina following renovations after the Port explosion. Tessa Fox for The Daily Beast Hariri said after the explosion many NGOs came to survey the house and began to renovate the doors and windows.“The owner started coming to check up on the house and the renovation, and eventually he said, ‘This month, I don’t want rent, but you have to vacate,’” Hariri said, adding it was only one month after the explosion.The family refused to leave until the owner started getting aggressive, threatening and repeatedly creating a scene in the neighborhood.“The wife of the landlord was telling us, ‘If you have a lawyer, I have a thousand lawyers; if you want to come and fight, I’ll fight back,’ Hariri said.It is illegal in Lebanon to evict people without a court order, and since the first coronavirus lockdown in Beirut at the beginning of 2020, there was a law passed to suspend all judicial proceedings until the end of the year, making it impossible for owners to get one.Still, evictions have been ongoing; Housing Monitor recorded 58 cases of threatened evictions affecting 190 people between Sept. 3 and Oct. 17. Of these cases, 23 were in Karantina and only 17 percent were Lebanese citizens.The real number of evictions is likely to be much higher, considering collecting data on evictions is dependent on referrals and reports by tenants.The government predicted that this would become an issue following the blast in August. A law was passed specifically for the areas affected, titled LAW 194/2020, stipulating rental contracts and prices can’t be changed for a year, and owners are not allowed to sell their properties.An employee at the UN Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in Lebanon told The Daily Beast the law attempted to mitigate against gentrification and urban-renewal projects being undertaken following the blast, but it isn’t being monitored on the ground.“We still hear of people that are being visited by investors, asking them to sell [their properties], so even if this [isn’t] allowed, if people don’t have access to support or aid, what are their options?” said the UN employee, who is not authorized to speak to the media, touching on the desperation felt in Lebanon’s current economic crisis.Tenants are also being indirectly pushed out due to owners asking for an increase in rent following renovations, which is also illegal under the new law, according to Legal Action Worldwide lawyer Hadi Nakhoul.Another employee at UN-Habitat told The Daily Beast there are many anecdotal stories they have received of landlords claiming the repairs were “so good” that the value of the apartment increased and therefore so should the rent.“Others upgrade, especially areas in Karantina for example… the fact that now they can get money to rehabilitate is an opportunity to raise the rent, so they don’t want old tenants anymore,” said Bekdache from Housing Monitor.Serving coffee in the single room where the five-member family both sleeps and eats, Hariri stressed it isn’t the NGO’s fault that they and other people were evicted from their home.“They just get a call to come and fix the building, so they go there and fix the building… they have nothing to do with people getting kicked out,” Hariri said.“The harm came from the landlord, no one else.”Mohammed, from Hama, Syria, was left in intensive care for one week following the explosion.Returning to his home after being discharged from hospital one month later, Mohammed, who asked for his last name to be withheld, was evicted from his house in Mar Michel district of Beirut after it had been renovated.“I think the owner kicked me out because there is so much money involved... there were so many organizations coming to help… he wanted to take the benefits,” Mohammed explained, still unable to move his arm properly.“When I left, no one called me, no one helped me, no one offered any services,” he said, adding he has been sleeping at friends’ houses ever since.“The guy kicked me out with nothing, and I was still in a horrible health condition.”One NGO conducting repairs to individual residential units within the buildings following the Beirut blast provided written comments to The Daily Beast, regarding people being pressured to leave their homes, on the condition their name not be published “due to the nature of [their] work.”“In no instance while conducting the repairs [were we] aware of tenants being requested to leave by another party,” the NGO stated.“[We have] not seen cases of owners evicting people from their homes after the explosion, while providing shelter assistance to vulnerable families as part of our emergency response programme.” Staying in such a small space with three young children is difficult for the Hariris, considering they are used to running around in their neighborhood with friends. Tessa Fox for The Daily Beast Hariri and her family miss their home and community in Karantina, especially the kids.“This is not like Karantina. There the kids were always playing outside but here it’s like they’re trapped in this house,” Hariri said.“I honestly didn’t want to leave… the owner doesn’t have any right, [but] he used the explosion as an excuse.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Relatives of those killed in the Sriwijaya Air plane crash on Jan. 9 wept and threw red and white petals into the ocean on Friday after an Indonesian navy vessel took them to the site in the Java Sea where their loved ones perished. "I recalled my brother's face as I threw the flowers," said Heri Purnomo, of his late brother Nurkholid Fatil Amin, a father of two. During the search and rescue operation in one of Indonesia's worst aviation disasters, divers retrieved wreckage from the plane and remains of the victims, which have been taken to a police hospital for DNA identification.
IBM shares fell 7.3% in after hours trading on Jan. 21 to $122.03 after it posted disappointing 4Q results. The technology giant saw revenues of $20.4 billion in the fourth quarter, falling short of the $20.7 billion consensus estimate. However, the company bested analysts’ $1.79 EPS estimate, with it reporting 4Q EPS of $2.07. The Chairman and CEO of IBM (IBM), Arvind Krishna, commented on the results, “We made progress in 2020 growing our hybrid cloud platform as the foundation for our clients’ digital transformations while dealing with the broader uncertainty of the macro environment. The actions we are taking to focus on hybrid cloud and AI will take hold, giving us confidence we can achieve revenue growth in 2021.” IBM’s cloud and cognitive software unit, its biggest unit with an approximately 33.5% revenue share in 4Q20, also saw revenues drop. This unit posted revenues of $6.8 billion, reflecting a decline of 4.5% year-on-year. The company expects revenues to increase in FY21 based on the current foreign exchange rates. It also projects adjusted free cash flow to be between $11 billion to $12 billion in FY21. This adjusted free cash flow outlook excludes a cash impact of around $3 billion associated with the company’s structural changes and the transaction costs related to the company split. In October last year, IBM had announced that it planned to focus on hybrid cloud technology and intended to separate the Managed Infrastructure Services unit into a new public company by the end of 2021. Hybrid cloud technology uses a combination of datacenters and leased resources to process and manage data. (See IBM stock analysis on TipRanks) In reaction to the earnings release, Wedbush analyst Moshe Katri commented, “Maintain Neutral rating, $140 PT on IBM post another mixed quarterly performance, with Q4/CY20 revenue miss, CEPS upside as results continue to reflect an ongoing cannibalization phase of its legacy software/services revenue base (roughly 70% of mix), and potential share losses (per our recent IT advisor call, pointing to multiple $B contracts at play/risk) offset by a relatively underperforming (but growing) digital/cloud business.” Overall, analysts are cautiously optimistic about the stock and the consensus is a Moderate Buy, with 1 analyst suggesting a Buy and 2 analysts recommending a Hold. The average price target of $137.33 implies 4.3% upside potential to current levels. Related News: Travelers Posts Strong 4Q Net Income Of $1.3B, Street Says Hold UnitedHealth 4Q Sales Top Street Estimates Driven By Optum Business United Airlines Posts Wider-Than-Feared Loss of $1.9B In 4Q; Street Says Hold More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: Union Pacific Slips 5% On Weak 4Q Freight Revenues Travelers Posts Strong 4Q Net Income Of $1.3B, Street Says Hold Boston Scientific To Acquire Preventice For $925M; Shares Gain Seagate Tops 2Q Estimates, 3Q Outlook Disappoints
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The global sophorolipid market was valued at US$ 374. 85 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 547. 02 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5. 0% from 2020 to 2027. Sophorolipids are potential biosurfactants as they have qualities such as biodegradability and low eco-toxicity.New York, Jan. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Sophorolipid Market Forecast to 2027 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Type and Application" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p06010102/?utm_source=GNW Sophorolipid are extracted from natural sources and are expected to be an alternative to petrochemicals such as detergents and pesticides.It is expected that the efficacy of sophorolipid in breaking down oil into droplets will increase market penetration in untapped markets as dispersants of oil.Sophorolipid is useful in hard surface cleaning and automatic dishwashing rinse aid formulations.It has potential use in additional applications owing to its low foaming profile and surface activity properties.Sophorolipid is widely used in agriculture products such as pesticides and other chemicals, in detergents for residential, medical, and healthcare usage, in personal care and cosmetic products such as shampoo, hash wash liquids, and soap.The demand for sophorolipid is increasing from various end-use industries such as oil and energy, agriculture, chemical, pharmaceutical, medical and healthcare, and consumer goods; therefore the market is booming.Based on type, the sophorolipid market is bifurcated into lactonic sophorolipid and acidic sophorolipid.The acidic sophorolipid segment accounted for a larger share in market in 2019, and lactonic sophorolipid segment is expected to register a higher CAGR during 2020–2027.Acidic sophorolipids are amphiphilic molecules; thus, they possess the characteristics of surfactants.As biosurfactants, they have various potential advantages over synthetic surfactants such as lower toxicity, higher biodegradability, and low-cost manufacturing capacity.Acidic forms are stronger foaming agents with higher water solubility and are used in the dairy, cosmetics, and bioremediation industries.Acid sophorolipid (ASL), a bola amphiphilic substance, confers a surfactant to a crude sophorolipid.The two hydrophilic ends of the oleic acid hydrophobic skeleton contain sophorose and a carboxylic group that makes ASL an outstanding drug delivery vehicle comparable to other bola amphiphiles. ASL is a simple, water-soluble, mono-component, and stimulus-responsive molecule.Based on geography, the global sophorolipid market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and the Middle East and Africa.In 2019, Europe held the largest share in the global market, followed by North America and Asia Pacific.Germany is dominating the sophorolipid market in Europe, followed by the UK and France.Economically developed European countries such as Germany, the UK, and Russia witness significant growth in the implementation of technologically advanced solutions.Other than the chemical industry, various industries such as pharmaceutical, polymers, agrochemicals, and cosmetics and detergents are growing across the region, which bolsters the growth of sophorolipids market in Europe.The growing demand for sophorolipids from various industries such as oil & gas, medicine and pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and detergents, agriculture, and food industry drive the sophorolipids market growth in Germany.Furthermore, the presence of prominent market players such as allied carbon solutions and many others is another factor influencing the market growth.The COVID-19 outbreak was first reported in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.As of November 2020, China, Italy, Iran, Spain, republic of Korea, France, Germany, and The US are among the worst affected countries in terms of COVID-19 confirmed cases and reported deaths.According to the latest WHO figures updated in November, there are ~54,771,888 confirmed cases and ~1,324,249 total deaths globally.Lockdowns, travel bans, and business shutdowns are adversely affecting economies and industries in various countries.The global chemicals and materials industry is one of the major industries that are suffering due to supply chain breaks, technology events cancellations, and office shutdowns.For instance, China is the global manufacturing hub and largest raw material supplier for various industries, and it is also one of the worst affected countries due to the outbreak.The lockdown of various plants and factories in leading regions such as North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific is restricting the global supply chains and hindering the manufacturing activities, delivery schedules, and various goods sales. In addition, the global travel bans imposed by countries in Europe, Asia, and North America are hampering the business collaborations and partnership opportunities. All these factors are adversely affecting the chemicals and materials industry, and are restraining the growth of various markets related to this industry.Allied Carbon Solutions Co., Ltd; Givaudan; Evonik Industries AG; Holiferm; Saraya Co., Ltd; and Mg Intobio Co., Ltd. are among the players operating in the global sophorolipid market.The overall size of the global sophorolipid market has been derived using primary and secondary sources.The research process begins with exhaustive secondary research using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information related to the market.Also, multiple primary interviews were conducted with industry participants and commentators in order to validate and analyze the data. The participants of this process include industry experts such as VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers, and external consultants such as valuation experts, research analysts, and key opinion leaders, specializing in the global sophorolipid market.Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06010102/?utm_source=GNWAbout ReportlinkerReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker finds and organizes the latest industry data so you get all the market research you need - instantly, in one place.__________________________ CONTACT: Clare: email@example.com US: (339)-368-6001 Intl: +1 339-368-6001
Dublin, Jan. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market: Global Industry Analysis, Trends, Market Size, and Forecasts up to 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The report on the global industrial control and factory automation market provides a qualitative and quantitative analysis for the period from 2018 to 2026. The report predicts the global industrial control and factory automation market to grow with a CAGR of 8.6% over the forecast period from 2020-2026. The study on industrial control and factory automation market covers the analysis of the leading geographies such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, RoW, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW for the period of 2018 to 2026.The report on industrial control and factory automation market is a comprehensive study and presentation of drivers, restraints, opportunities, demand factors, market size, forecasts, and trends in the global industrial control and factory automation market over the period of 2018 to 2026. Moreover, the report is a collective presentation of primary and secondary research findings.Porter's five forces model in the report provides insights into the competitive rivalry, supplier and buyer positions in the market and opportunities for the new entrants in the global industrial control and factory automation market over the period of 2018 to 2026. Further, Growth Matrix gave in the report brings an insight into the investment areas that existing or new market players can consider.Report Findings1) Drivers The emergence of Industry 4.0 Along with the Growing Adoption of Industrial Robots in Many Manufacturing SectorsThe focus of Automation Has Shifted to Enhancing Quality and Flexibility in the Manufacturing Process 2) Restraints High Capital Investment Associated with Factory Automation 3) Opportunities Rapid Advancement in Technology, Integration with AI System and Rapid Shifting of Many Industrial Processes, Factories from Mechanization to Automation Research MethodologyA) Primary ResearchThe primary research involves extensive interviews and analysis of the opinions provided by the primary respondents. The primary research starts with identifying and approaching the primary respondents, the primary respondents are approached include1. Key Opinion Leaders2. Internal and External subject matter experts3. Professionals and participants from the industryThe primary research respondents typically include1. Executives working with leading companies in the market under review2. Product/brand/marketing managers3. CXO level executives4. Regional/zonal/ country managers5. Vice President level executives.B) Secondary ResearchSecondary research involves extensive exploring through the secondary sources of information available in both the public domain and paid sources. Each research study is based on over 500 hours of secondary research accompanied by primary research. The information obtained through the secondary sources is validated through the crosscheck on various data sources.The secondary sources of the data typically include1. Company reports and publications2. Government/institutional publications3. Trade and associations journals4. Databases such as WTO, OECD, World Bank, and others.5. Websites and publications by research agenciesSegment CoveredThe global industrial control and factory automation market is segmented on the basis of component, solution, and industry vertical.The Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component Industrial RobotsMachine VisionControl ValvesField InstrumentsHuman-Machine InterfaceSensorsIndustrial 3D Printing The Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution PLCSCADAMESDCSPLMFunctional Safety The Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical Process IndustriesDiscrete Industries What does this Report Deliver?1. Comprehensive analysis of the global as well as regional markets of the industrial control and factory automation market.2. Complete coverage of all the segments in the industrial control and factory automation market to analyze the trends, developments in the global market and forecast of market size up to 2026.3. Comprehensive analysis of the companies operating in the global industrial control and factory automation market. The company profile includes analysis of product portfolio, revenue, SWOT analysis, and the latest developments of the company.4. Growth Matrix presents an analysis of the product segments and geographies that market players should focus on invest, consolidate, expand, and/or diversify. Key Topics Covered: 1. Preface1.1. Report Description1.2. Research Methods1.3. Research Approaches2. Executive Summary2.1. Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market Highlights2.2. Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market Projection2.3. Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market Regional Highlights3. Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market Overview3.1. Introduction3.2. Market Dynamics3.2.1. Drivers3.2.2. Restraints3.2.3. Opportunities3.3. Analysis of COVID-19 impact on the Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market3.4. Porter's Five Forces Analysis3.5. Growth Matrix Analysis3.5.1. Growth Matrix Analysis by Component3.5.2. Growth Matrix Analysis by Solution3.5.3. Growth Matrix Analysis by Industry Vertical3.5.4. Growth Matrix Analysis by Region3.6. Value Chain Analysis of Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market4. Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market Macro Indicator Analysis5. Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component5.1. Industrial Robots5.2. Machine Vision5.3. Control Valves5.4. Field Instruments5.5. Human-Machine Interface5.6. Sensors5.7. Industrial 3D Printing6. Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution6.1. PLC6.2. SCADA6.3. MES6.4. DCS6.5. PLM6.6. Functional Safety7. Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical7.1. Process Industries7.1.1. Oil & Gas7.1.2. Power7.1.3. Food & Beverages7.1.4. Chemicals7.1.5. Metals & Mining7.1.6. Pulp & Paper7.1.7. Pharmaceuticals7.1.8. Others7.2. Discrete Industries7.2.1. Automotive7.2.2. Machine Manufacturing7.2.3. Semiconductor & Electronics7.2.4. Aerospace & Defense7.2.5. Medical Devices7.2.6. Others8. Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Region 2020-20268.1. North America8.1.1. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.1.2. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.1.3. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.1.4. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Country8.2. Europe8.2.1. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.2.2. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.2.3. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.2.4. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Country8.3. Asia-Pacific8.3.1. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.3.2. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.3.3. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.3.4. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Country8.4. RoW8.4.1. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.4.2. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.4.3. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.4.4. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Sub-region8.5. North America8.5.1. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.5.2. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.5.3. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.5.4. North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Country8.6. Europe8.6.1. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.6.2. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.6.3. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.6.4. Europe Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Country8.7. Asia-Pacific8.7.1. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.7.2. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.7.3. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.7.4. Asia-Pacific Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Country8.8. RoW8.8.1. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Component8.8.2. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Solution8.8.3. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Industry Vertical8.8.4. RoW Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market by Sub-region9. Company Profiles and Competitive Landscape9.1. Competitive Landscape in the Global Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market9.2. Companies Profiled9.2.1. Siemens AG9.2.2. ABB Ltd.9.2.3. General Electric Company9.2.4. Yokogawa Electric Corporation9.2.5. Honeywell International Inc.9.2.6. Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.9.2.7. Danfoss9.2.8. Rockwell Automation, Inc.9.2.9. Schneider Electric9.2.10. Mitsubishi Corporation For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/avm33v CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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