Posted on 12/11/2013 by matisak
Vice-president of the European Commission Antonio Tajani visits Vietnam, Burma and Thailand on his Mission for Growth.
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Posted on 07/11/2013 by matisak
Posted on 17/10/2013 by matisak
The bipartisan deal was achieved to avoid the default but it seem mote like a postponement of the problem. Or would you say it may lead to more comprehensive deal on many issues that were highlighted in the shutdown period? Read few comments.
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Posted on 15/10/2013 by matisak
Posted on 13/10/2013 by matisak
Anshu Jain also said that the US default would be utterly catastrophic. Could you please shortly explain if you agree with him or not, and why?
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Posted on 08/10/2013 by matisak
Ex-president Jimmy Carter said that income gap in the US has increased to the point where members of the middle class resemble the Americans who lived in poverty when he occupied the White House. But… Read few comment.
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Posted on 14/09/2013 by matisak
Last time we have been discussing Bangladesh labor force after the terrible tragedy in Dhaka textile company. But the textile industry is moving even from Bangladesh looking for even cheaper labor force e. g. Ethiopia. Doing this is basically pretty usual for any industry but if companies can move globally quite easily should also working standards be improved and strengthened somehow and what would be your suggestion on this? Read few comments.
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Posted on 17/08/2013 by matisak
Posted on 25/07/2013 by matisak
Read few comments by Sandrina Antunes, Assistant Professor, Universidade do Minho.
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Posted on 23/07/2013 by matisak
It was estimated that the royal baby could boost the British economy by 240 million pounds.
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