Don't look only at the tangible benefits for any mode of transportation, also look at intangible benefits, such as compatibility with other systems, time to restore service after a disaster, training and other overhead costs. We love this simple patchwork tablecloth idea taken from our out soon September issue with its easy on the eye mix of Ian Mankin plain, checked and striped fabrics. Kate WalkerSutton ImagesF1's Geneva accord Kate WalkerKate Walker analyses the agreements on F1's future that emerged from meetings in Geneva.
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