21.02.2018. Ori, Boston-based startup of media laboratory of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA), has developed and successfully promotes on the market robotic furniture units, which easily transform an ordinary room into the living room, bedroom, working place and closet.
One vertical side of the mobile L-shaped module combines a wardrobe, set of drawers, shelves and a folding desk.
The lower bottom part is equipped with pull-out bed. Another vertical has niche for TV set, home appliances, bookshelves and several drawers.
With such intellectual furniture that minimize the load of home interior, the room with an area of 15-20 square meters can be arranged into spacious personal and work zone, allowing to give a party as needed.
The unit is controlled by wall remote control hub or by mobile app.
The first commercial line of smart furniture by Ori is sold at US $ 10,000 to housing developers in major cities across the USA and Canada.
The designers of the company plan to develop similar solutions for bathrooms and kitchens, and create wall partitions, which can turn a one-bedroom apartment into two-bedroom and a studio.

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20.02.2018. The Mary footwear factory «Rovshen» fitted with high-tech equipment from leading foreign manufacturers put into production two dozen new models of men's footwear. All products are made of genuine leather.

High quality, constant updating of the assortment line in accordance with consumer requests and fashion trends allowed the products of Mary shoe manufacturers to win strong positions in the domestic market and attract foreign buyers. In particular, the companies of Iran and Afghanistan showed interest in it.

High-quality leather for footwear is supplied by PLC «Maksat Deri», working in close contact with cattle-breeding farms and private pelt suppliers in Mary region. It is manufactured shoes at the factory on individual orders in addition to mass production. In the short-term plans of the company is to expand the model and color range in the nearest future.

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19.02.2018. It would not be a great exaggeration to say that modern civilization was established by money. It is by right related to such great invention of human though as pottery table, wheel and script of course. The earliest mention of the money is dated by the middle of II millennium BC – clay plate from Mesopotamia between Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in the south of modern Iraq indicates the payment made by certain silver measure. Later in the Ancient East, metal bullions or stone weights of certain weight or measurement started to function as the money. The appearance of scale weights, which were necessary for accurate weight measurement of goods, is marked by numerous archaeological findings dated by the end of IV and III millenniums BC – the Neolith and Early Bronze Ages. These scale weights were found by the archaeologists on the territory of Turkmenistan in Anau, Kara-depe, Namazga-depe, Yilgynly-depe and many other monuments of those times. They were also used in later stage when people of northern Kopetdag foothills developed fertile delta of Murgab River hwere the Kingdom known nowadays as the country of Margush or Ancient Margiana appeared.

It also had other forms of payments on higher level of the civilization development. During the excavations at the main gates of Gonur-depe stronghold, so-called tokens – clay balls with different marks were discovered.

Archaeologists Victor Sarianidi who found it suggested that these were calculating tokens, which were left at the entry to the King’s stronghold when some goods or products were brought there. It also has all the reason to assume that these balls were used as the money.

There is another collection of items from the country of Margush, which might be considered as ancient money. This is about stone and ceramic spindle whorls with engravings in the shape of various circles and lines. This was mass material, which was found at all monuments of Ancient Margiana. Metal spindle whorls – flat round items with the hole and relief edge in the centre, which were found in Anjikuin oasis in the ancient delta of Murgab River, are relatively rare. Numismatist Vladimir Tyunibekyan assumed that these spindle whorls could be put on the rope as it was made in Ancient China to make the calculation of big numbers easier.

11.02.2018. At the session of the Cabinet of Ministers on February 9, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov highlighted the historical importance of new findings discovered by the scientists in Dankanakan Fortress in Mary Velayat. Archaeological excavations at this medieval monuments, which is located 30 kilometres west of Mary, are carried out under the work on study of historical and cultural heritage of the Great Silk Road.

Numerous fragments of glass items and entire glassware as well as several small metal instruments have been discovered in Dandanakan. Typological analysis has proven that this items were medical instruments of medieval doctors.

The Head of the State noted that the findings in Dandanakan shed the light on the history of our country being important evidence of high Turkmen culture and their contribution to the development of sciences and human civilization. The Leader of the Nation highlighted that Turkmen land is located in the centre of ancient Silk Road and keeps many uncovered mysteries and event s of the past. Having revealed these secrets, Turkmenistan would attract the attention of entire world to its richest history.

4. ANCIENT TURKMEN CITIES ARE THE CENTRES OF MEDICAL SCIENCE

As is known from medieval sources, the cities along the Silk Route running across the territory of Turkmenistan were famous with the hospitals – the maristans. It was not just medical facilities, it often combined the functions of medical school and philanthropic institutions. Inside and outside it looked like traditional Central Asian madrasah with spacious inner yard with water pool in the centre.

The international Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts encouraging trends in the economic development of Asian countries in nearest two years.
While the GDP growth rate in Asian emerging and developing economies amounted to 6.4% in 2016, the January issue of World Economic Outlook Update says the growth will be at 6.5% and 6.6% in 2018-2019, respectively.
The region will still account for more than half of global growth.
The experts explain the dynamic recovery of global economy with the next cyclical rebound. Some 120 economies, accounting for three quarters of world GDP, have shown the signs of upsurge in last year. This is the broadest synchronized global growth since 2010.
The optimistic situation is observed in world trade. The growth is driven by high investment activity and increased manufacturing output in Asia. In addition, the stable demand for products of processing industry will remain in the foreseeable future.
Taking into account the forecasts of IMF, the economy of Turkmenistan will have promising prospects. So, according to outcomes of 2017, the increase in the gross value added of the industry was reasoned by the rapid growth of the manufacturing industry at 7.4%.
High production indicators were registered in such sectors as metallurgy and metal processing, mechanical engineering, petrochemistry, light industry, food and printing industry.

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