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Rhineland-Palatinate

Industry Rhineland-Palatinate leads all German (Germany) states (States in Germany) with an export rate of approximately 50%. Important sectors are the winegrowing (Viticulture) industry, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry and auto parts industry (List of auto parts). "Distinctive regional industries" includes gemstone industry, ceramic and glass industry and leather industry


Milwaukee

. These efforts have substantially slowed the population decline and has stabilized many parts of Milwaukee. Milwaukee's rich European history is evident today. Largely through its efforts to preserve its history, in 2006 Milwaukee was named one of the "Dozen Distinctive Destinations" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.


Mexico

as integration with the United States and Mexico into a North American Union. At Girard's recommendation, the old livery was dropped in favor of planes painted in a single color, selected from a wide palette of bright hues. Girard wanted the planes painted from tail to nose in colors like "Chocolate Brown" and "Metallic Purple." He also favored a small "BI" distinctive logo and small titles. Braniff engineering and Braniff's advertising department modified Girard's colors, enlarged the "BI" logo, and added white wings and tails. This, ironically, was based on the 1930s Braniff "Vega" Schemes, which also carried colorful aircraft paint with white wings and tails. The new "jelly bean" fleet consisted of such bold colors as beige, ochre, orange, turquoise, baby blue, medium blue, lemon yellow, and lavender (lavender was dropped after one month, as lavender (Lavender (color)) and black were considered bad luck in Mexico). Girard also outfitted the interiors with 57 different variations of Herman Miller (Herman Miller (office equipment)) fabrics. Fifteen colors were used by Braniff for plane exteriors during the 1960s (Harper & George modified Girard's original seven colors in 1968). Many of the color schemes were applied to aircraft interiors, gate lounges, ticket offices, and even the corporate headquarters. Art to complement the color schemes was flown in from Mexico, Latin America, and South America. At Girard's recommendation, the old livery was dropped in favor of planes painted in a single color, selected from a wide palette of bright hues. Girard wanted the planes painted from tail to nose in colors like "Chocolate Brown" and "Metallic Purple." He also favored a small "BI" distinctive logo and small titles. Braniff engineering and Braniff's advertising department modified Girard's colors, enlarged the "BI" logo, and added white wings and tails. This, ironically, was based on the 1930s Braniff "Vega" Schemes, which also carried colorful aircraft paint with white wings and tails. The new "jelly bean" fleet consisted of such bold colors as beige, ochre, orange, turquoise, baby blue, medium blue, lemon yellow, and lavender (lavender was dropped after one month, as lavender (Lavender (color)) and black were considered bad luck in Mexico). Girard also outfitted the interiors with 57 different variations of Herman Miller (Herman Miller (office equipment)) fabrics. Fifteen colors were used by Braniff for plane exteriors during the 1960s (Harper & George modified Girard's original seven colors in 1968). Many of the color schemes were applied to aircraft interiors, gate lounges, ticket offices, and even the corporate headquarters. Art to complement the color schemes was flown in from Mexico, Latin America, and South America. Current estimates on the total number of international foreign workers stand at about 25 million


South Africa

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Germany

; Important sectors are the winegrowing (Viticulture) industry, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry and auto parts industry (List of auto parts). "Distinctive regional industries" includes gemstone industry, ceramic and glass industry and leather industry. Small and medium enterprises are considered the "backbone" of the economy in Rhineland-Palatinate. ref name "RPFacts" >


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