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Mr Johns said the Restart programme was very easy to be part of and that the money helped train the employee in new technologies.
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Overall capital cost to execute the restart is estimated to be
Chief Executive Paolo Scaroni said in July that the group would need two to three months to restart gas production once the situation in Libya was resolved and a year to restart oil output.
The government ordered the removal of the UN seals and surveillance equipment from the Yongbyon reactor, a sign it is going through with threats to restart a nuclear programme that allowed it to conduct a test explosion two years ago.
The restart means operations will return to normal by Wednesday at all of the group's 28 factories after the powerful earthquake forced parts maker Riken Corp.
His last surge came on a restart with five laps to go, when he was running second to Martin.
Before seeing good results, another fad comes out, and they restart the cycle.
Luxury is the lead word, for as we restart and recover, the pent-up longing for luxury is resurfacing and being satisfied.
Windows will then run through a ``hot'' restart, without having to shut down the whole computer and go through the memory check etc at start up.
Most thermal processes during coreless furnace operation can be classified as sintering, cold restart or normal melting processes.
One unique example of this commitment is the REstart program (www.