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bonker99
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RE: Well Jimzi
Today 16:16
The usual chaff and flares from the same ole lse Sock Puppets - it all bodes well :)

Egypt this week then? ;)
 
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RE: Well Jimzi
Today 16:09
Seem very agitated foxy.
You spend Sunday trawling through 2014 interims to stir things up with out of date info by 3 years and yet you don't hold even though you keep saying "we" .
You have to chill .
Still a great find though . Cheers
yrabsmurruc
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RE: A Game of Elimination (Part 1)
Today 16:00
I agree big ears. ..if the first pre qual question was "give an example of your capability in this area to manage a complex airport security"..did PF show them a picture of the SQ in dry dock with a bent prop! .....The clients assessment quite clearly was : "give them the contract they are the one!...."......B
JoeSwanson
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Lessons learnt.
Today 15:30
It's been an education here at times. Learnt some great new words for Hangman. I won with equivocate. Lost with obfuscate. Can't wait to use syntax. Confident. :-)
ERV1
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Well that
Today 14:55
beggars belief ........ clumsily worded RNS? Lack of grammaticality and syntax is about the strength of it. Pass that sentence to a.n.o. for their interpretation and the answer is (without knowledge of this stock or why they are being asked for an interpretation)? In the context of how that was written - and a fair few other RNS's - perhaps PF or even the nomad might do well to revisit their fundamental "english" education, in terms of correctness - pre publication - .......or.
JoeSwanson
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Jimzi
Today 14:45
And on the grounds that those pax are all still 'live' as we're told - surely they form the most interesting components of WSG's current portfolio. Puzzles me why we don't hear more about these adavanced projects???
JoeSwanson
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Well Jimzi
Today 14:22
Folk are currently pouring over Pax figures given. Folk just a few months back got all excited/indignant about 'significant progress'. History provides context.

I haven't inadvertently shown anything. We knew then that EA was 0.4mpax.

"The airport has annual embarking passenger volumes of approximately 0.4m PAX, very significantly larger than those of the West African contract announced in February 2012." There have never been revised figure for the 'revived' EA contract.

It was the other 3.4mpax that was a complete mystery and remain so today. Or 7.9mpax if you fast forward to 2015.

I'll happily be corrected - but as for stat's slipping of the radar - we haven't had an update on those advanced pax in 2016 or 2017.
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RE: Jimzi
Today 14:04
I thought you wanted to debate the current position not 3 years ago to support your balanced and impartial view! And your efforts to scour back to 2014 for info is commendable.
But well done , you've inadvertently shown that the revived EA mou was for 3.8m in 2014 so who knows what the new figure is. . Your better than Eskers , excellent find .
Please no guessing on that one!!
bonker99
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RE: Germany in the Middle East
Today 13:20
Ruskies:

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2017/04/lonely-pyramids-giza-egyptian-tourism-falling-170418050241421.html

Japs:
https://dailynewsegypt.com/2017/08/18/constructions-grand-egyptian-museum-reach-70/

Lots and lots of multi-national vested interests in Egypt right now.
JoeSwanson
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Big'/Gibbo'
Today 13:20
Cheers. Missed that. Highlights my point though. 'Advanced' doesn't mean very much if you're still waiting 3 years later.

At the time of 3.8 'advanced' we only had one MoU!! That was thought to be for about 400k (EA). Asia was included in the 3.8, reliable research suggests, but we weren't going to sign the MoU for that for another six months - and even then it was going to be subject to a twelve month parliamentary process - what kind of 'advanced' was that.
Given what's not occurred since - not very' at all. Nomad endorsed though. All still live? Yeah, right. Well no. Asia's dead now - for all intents.

So advanced (old gripe) doesn't mean advanced as we know it. 'Significant' might fall in the same category. Time will tell. Poised, hopefully, near future. Progress even.

I'm progressing toward the pub. But I'm actually tidying the kitchen before I go out. Might be misleading to tell my mates I'm on the way though...




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