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Mr. Modi, You Must Solve India's Serious Globalization Problem!
Forbes.com - 12/16/2014
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched a campaign entitled MAKE IN INDIA. To boost growth, but especially to generate employment, the goal is to create an environment for foreign investment
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Developing nations losing $1 trillion a year
Reuters India - 12/16/2014
5:02am IST WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Crime and corruption are draining a record $1 trillion a year from poor and middle-income nations with the disappearance of dirty money hitting
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China greatest beneficiary of globalization: Barroso
SINA - 12/16/2014
China is the largest beneficiary of globalization, Jose Manuel Barroso, ex-president of the European Commission, said at the Sanya Forum on Saturday, caijing.com.cn reported. Due to high unemployment
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Developing nations losing record $1 trillion a year in dirty money - report
Reuters India - 12/15/2014
5:02am IST WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Crime and corruption are draining a record $1 trillion a year from poor and middle-income nations with the disappearance of dirty money hitting
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The pain of globalization
Korea Joongang Daily - 12/15/2014
It has been a gloomy end to the year. The aftermath of the Sewol ferry disaster has failed to subside. And as companies and the public face a difficult economic slowdown, there’s no way for society to
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Globalization – its significance for all
Christian Science Monitor - 12/15/2014
According to a recent Monitor’s View, “Post-crisis, the world reconnects its dots,” indicators of globalization are rebounding since the economic crisis in 2008. The world is getting a bit smaller, with
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Real-Time Disaster Relief
Techcrunch - 12/15/2014
Editor’s note: is a freelance writer, blogger, and volunteer with Earth Relief Network .  The Philippines last week topped international headlines as a typhoon ripped through the island nation, claiming
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In poverty report, Arab sector sees improvement, while haredi sector gets poorer
Jerusalem Post - 12/16/2014
The poverty rates in Israel declined in 2013, though Israel still ranks near the bottom of the OECD charts, according to the annual poverty report released by the National Insurance Institute on Tuesday.
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Kenya closes down hundreds of NGOs
Al Jazeera - 12/16/2014
Kenya has closed 510 non-governmental organisations, including 15 for allegedly "raising funds for terrorists", as part of a security crackdown following repeated attacks. The government's NGO coordination
Kenya shuts a record 510 charities, some for 'terrorism financing': Medecins Sans Mail & Guardian Online
Kenya shuts 510 NGOs, some for 'terrorism financing' The Sun Daily
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China's foreign aid features livelihoods
Xinhua News Agency - 12/16/2014
BEIJING, Dec. 16 (Xinhua) -- Poverty reduction and the improvement of the livelihoods of people in developing countries has been the main feature of China's assistance to other nations, Commerce Ministry
XINHUA - China's foreign aid features livelihoods Namibia Press Agency
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U.S. Ambassador in Kyiv calls for delivery of real humanitarian aid to Donbas
Interfax.com - 12/16/2014
KYIV. Dec 16 (Interfax) - U.S. Ambassador in Kyiv Geoffrey Pyatt calls for resolving problems in the delivery of humanitarian aid to Donbas residents. Pyatt tweeted on Tuesday that the delivery of all
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How globalization destroyed Australia’s auto industry
A.M. Best - 12/16/2014
Australia’s auto makers have declared that they’ll stop production because it’s no longer profitable.
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To Take A Stand -- By Mario Antonio G. Lopez: “Inclusive education is not enough”
Business World - 12/16/2014
To Take A Stand -- Mario Antonio G. Lopez: To Take A Stand -- Rafael M. Alunan III: Many Filipinos, maybe even most of us, have a naive notion of education. Many think that it is the silver bullet that
To Take A Stand -- Mario Antonio G. Lopez: Inclusive education is not enough Ein News
To Take A Stand -- By Rafael M. Alunan III: “Inclusive education is not enough” Business World
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Egypt- 600 minors held on political charges in unofficial police camp: NGO
MENAFN - 12/16/2014
(MENAFN - Daily News Egypt) An estimated 600 minors are being held in a detention camp in the town of Banha, North of Cairo, according to the Nadeem Center for Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence.
600 minors held on political charges in unofficial police camp: NGO Daily Star Egypt
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Orange Slovakia supports NGO for domestic violence victims
Telecompaper - 12/16/2014
Customers of Orange Slovakia brought 9,101 old mobile phones to the operator for recycling since October. For each returned old mobile phone, the operator donates EUR 1 to the NGO Centrum Slniecko. The
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Draconian laws will not solve the insecurity menace, says an NGO
The Star (Kenya) - 12/16/2014
THE current security lapses in the country are not a result of weak constitutional or legal frameworks, but  incompetent security authorities and lack of effective strategies, an NGO has said. Haki
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Poor nations 'lose $1 tn in dirty money'
Al Jazeera - 12/16/2014
Developing countries are losing nearly a trillion dollars to crime and corruption, with the disappearance of dirty money hitting some of the world's poorest regions hardest, a new report has found. A
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'Developing nations losing $1 tn a year in dirty money'
Economic Times - 12/16/2014
WASHINGTON: Crime and corruption are draining a record $1 trillion a year from poor and middle-income nations with the disappearance of dirty money hitting some of the world's poorest regions hardest,
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Developing nations losing record $1 trillion a year in dirty money: Report
Economic Times - 12/16/2014
WASHINGTON: Crime and corruption are draining a record $1 trillion a year from poor and middle-income nations with the disappearance of dirty money hitting some of the world's poorest regions hardest,
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$1 trillion lost to corruption in 2012 — study
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 12/16/2014
WASHINGTON – A global anti-corruption group said Monday that nearly $1 trillion was illicitly drained from developing countries in 2012, representing a record level of corruption, money laundering and
Study says countries lost $1 trillion to corruption in 2012 Business World
Malaysia among top 10 developing nations losing RM3.5t a year in dirty money, report Malay Mail
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Run from Poverty: take to the track with architect Dean Landy to help construct
Infolink - 12/16/2014
Dean Landy is a partner in Melbourne architecture firm, ClarkeHopkinsClarke (CHC), as well as the founder and director of the One Heart Foundation, a not for profit organisation working to alleviate poverty
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Poor nations 'lose $1 trln in dirty money'
Al Jazeera - 12/16/2014
Developing countries are losing nearly $1 trillion to crime and corruption, with the disappearance of dirty money hitting some of the world's poorest regions hardest, a new report has found. A record
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How to Fix Poverty: Write Every Family a Basic Income Check
MSNBC Newsweek - 12/14/2014
U.S. In the United States—as in all of the world’s wealthier nations—ending poverty is not a matter of resources. Many economists, including Timothy Smeeding of the University of Wisconsin (and former
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Iran spends $868M on fight against food poverty [Trend News Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan]
BusinessWeek - 12/14/2014
Dec. 14--TEHRAN, Iran. -- Iran's current year budget plan has allocated 23 trillion rials (some $867.9 million based on the official exchange rate of US dollar at the free market) to fight against food
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UN Climate Talks Deadlock on Rift Between Rich and Poor
BusinessWeek - 12/14/2014
Negotiators at a United Nations climate conference in Peru shuttled behind closed doors, seeking to restart talks that ground to a halt over how rich and poor nations would share the burden of fighting
UN climate talks deadlock on rift between rich and poor nations Today Online
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