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Unemployment Looms in the East – The Creation of Jobs in China

China’s solution to rapidly increasing unemployment figures in 2008 was to simply create millions of jobs. However, the true economic purpose of these jobs is close to zero. Once the currency appreciates and wages rise, these jobs will disappear. Unless something changes, China will have to face a huge unemployment problem in the future.

Vietnamese Translation Service Facilitates Danish Queen’s Visit to Vietnam

On November 2, 2009, Vietnam and Denmark signed an agreement on cultural cooperation for the period extending from 2009-2014 during Queen Margrethe II’s visit to Vietnam from Denmark. The agreement will facilitate artistic and cultural cooperation and exchanges between the two countries during the period, and will include cultural exchanges between people and organizations involved in the arts.

Change Has Come to Ghana

Politics as it is always said, is a dirty game but at some time or other we all have to endure that game. It is the process in which we elect the ones that we would like to leads us in whatever the specific amount of years may be. We may not like the outcome of the end results, but after it is proved who the winner is we all have to abide with it and settle down to try and get our country moving in the right direction.

Socio-Economic and Cultural Myths About India

These myths about India may make great conversational topics but just how poverty and illiteracy are realities so are a thriving democracy and economic opportunities for the young. According to the recent eBook on the Myths About India, several of these myths have been shattered and change and optimism are in the air.

Health is Wealth & The Rule is Getting Mandatory

The article talks about Health Facilities in UAE & how can a common man reach its extent to benefit from it. Further addressing more on Group Medical Insurance coverage & its benefits for corporate & its employees.

Myths and Realities About India

While illiteracy and poverty are the disturbing reality, there is hope for India because of the economic opportunities for the young and a thriving democracy. In the recent past, several old myths about India have been shattered. Change and optimism is in the air as India has emerged as one of the fastest growing global economies.

Celtic Tiger – Dead, Sleeping Or Getting Ready to Pounce?

For the first time since 1983 Ireland saw a decline in GDP in 2008. That is nothing new but the way to recovery for Ireland needs to be seen through the eyes of the past. It is not that a recovery for the Celtic Tiger needs to occur along the same path as past successes, but past successes point to current problems and in reviewing that Ireland may find the way ahead.

African Nation Oil Republics – Reality Check on Inflation

Let me ask you, no let me ask the rogue nation-states in Africa which have oil, or have recently found oil reserves a simple question; What are you going to do when that oil runs dry? Yes, selling your oil today will give you power, money, wealth, and keep you in control. Thus, allowing you to give out a few gifts to your subjects to appease the restless masses; for now.

What is the International Monetary Fund?

The Great Depression occurred in the 1930s, where countries tried to give a boost to their own economies by raising barriers to international trade. Countries devalued their currencies to compete on the international arena, limiting the purchasing power of their people in order to be able to hold foreign exchange.

Beauty and the Beasts

Lazaro Cardenas Street in Mexico City is the unofficial dividing line that separates the Historic Center from the extending modern part. If you travel to the west, you soon arrive in the broad and beautiful expanse of Reforma, Mexico City’s Champs d’Elysees.

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