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MEXICO CITY Michael Dickson Seahawks Jersey , March 29 (Xinhua) -- Mexico's growing demand for bikes in recent years has attracted Chinese bicycle firms to enter Mexican market.
According to data released by Mexican authorities, there has been a fourfold increase in imports of bicycles in Mexico, that is, from 75,774 units in 2010 to 318,272 units in 2014.
Moreover, Mexico's bicycle imports have also grown by six times in value from 6.2 million U.S. dollars in 2010 to 39.2 million in 2014.
China can be described as a big winner in this rapidly growing market. Data showed that China is Mexico's largest supplier of bicycle. It is said that about 90 percent of Mexico's imported bicycles came from China.
Benetto is a well-known bicycle chain store in Mexico. Although the chain brand is from Italy, the bikes sold there are mostly from China.
According to the manager of Benneteau University Avenue store, the parts and components of the bikes sold in the store are imported from China, and assembled in Mexico. Sales of the store rose by about 10 percent last year.
"A lot of parts are imported from China, since the use of parts made in Mexico will raise costs," said the manager whose first name is Enrique.
The Mexican government has for years taken various measures to encourage the use of bicycles in transportation in a bid to reduce congestion and carbon emissions.
In the capital of Mexico City, the government has set up 44 bicycle sites and provided 5,500 free bicycles for 150,000 people through the project of "Ecobici" or literally green bike. Up to now, the project has been launched for five years and reduced a total of 1,395 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.
With the initiative of green travel advocated by the government, the popularity of bicycle has increased greatly in Mexico. Data showed that about 37 percent of Mexicans have their own bikes now.
In February, the 2015 World Bicycle Forum in Medellin, Colombia, brought together more than 4,000 attendees from across the globe to discuss the challenges and opportunities of urban cycling.
Cycling activists and city leaders said at the forum that cities and citizens are turning to the bicycle for good reasons. The bicycle offers a healthy form of mobility that cuts the need for car travel and reduces emissions. But there remains a major obstacle to establishing cycling as a key mode of travel: designing safer infrastructure that all people feel comfortable using.
Similarly, a study named "Biciciudades," literally meaning "Bike cities", released in 2013 by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has triggered rising interest in cycling across Latin America, where people see it as a more economical, healthy and environmentally-friendly mode of transportation.
The IDB's project, which aimed to help Latin American and Caribbean intermediate cities learn from the success and failures of their larger neighbors, focused on the use of bicycles, based on surveys sent to municipal governments and social groups from 18 of the 21 emerging cities and six of the largest cities in the region by population.
CHICAGO, March 19 (Xinhua) -- Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agricultural commodities closed mixed on Thursday with wheat rising slightly while corn and soybeans fell slimly.
The most active corn contract for May delivery lost 1.25 cents, or 0.33 percent, to close at 3.735 U.S. dollars per bushel. Wheat for May delivery gained 1.25 cents, or 0.24 percent, to close at 5. 12 dollars per bushel. May soybeans fell 3.25 cents, or 0. 34 percent, to close at 9.6175 dollars per bushel.
It has been a thin volume day of trade with corn, soybeans and wheat as the recent FED announcement turned out to be dovish on Wednesday, analysts said.
The U.S. dollar has rallied sharply Thursday, which has pulled any fund buying from commodities, put pressure for agriculture commodities, except that the wheat market catches a bid on dry plain weather, the chicago-based company Agresource said in its daily newsletter
Fund buying was based on concerns that the dry weather may damage the wheat as the crops were struggling after breaking dormancy. CBOT floor brokers reported net buyers bought around 1, 800 contracts of wheat in the morning.
In looking at Tenet #5 -- Choose to Take Divine Right Action and Choose to Love Making the Effort, Even More Than the Materialization of the Goal, let's note the following excerpt:
Inspiration combined with consistent Divine Right action is still the fastest pathway to success.
Visions, dreams, intentions, and words are powerful. Each of these gives passion, direction, and inspirational fuel to create magical and wondrous experiences.
However, a dreamer that refuses to take hold of the rope and climb is but a dreamer not an achiever.
An athlete that aspires to win a gold medal can absolutely improve their skills and become a better athlete using the law of attraction. However, they must still do the work of practicing their sport.
We want to teach our children that *work* and *effort* are not dirty words. We want them to love to be industrious. We want them to want to be pro-active; to take initiative, be inquisitive, and to investigate and be willing to follow their inspiration by taking action and putting forth an effort.
I feel a need to explain the problem with the Law of Attraction, as most beginner's experience it.
To successfully harness the power of your mind, intentional thought alone is not enough nor is action alone.
In my experience, many Law Of Attraction students discover the idea that all we have to do is 'think' upon what we desire and it will come to us. In theory, this is true - 'What you think about you bring about.'
However, how often do we really think *one* thought?
Or, do we have many thoughts simultaneously?