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Why Is Australia A Global Player? By Alek Trpkoski Australia is a young and vibrant country surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans with over 24.9 million citizens covering a huge 7.692 Km2 land mass.
Through INNOVATION JAPAN, Japan is offering solutions to various challenges that the world faces. Watch the “INNOVATION JAPAN” series and get inspired: http://www.japan.go.jp/innovation For Japan and elsewhere in the world, it will be innovation that unquestionably will resolve the issues...
https://www.japan.go.jp/abenomics/ IoT Technology to help to support aging population. It’s part of a broader trend in which Japan is deploying cutting-edge technology to grapple with an aging population Japan has struggling with rising numbers of diabetics, but an initiative approach to managing Type...
Egypt, an emerging economy, starting to come back on the international economy screen from only 2014. Grasping worldwide attention to the momentum, speed, international cooperation and recognition of all International Economic Bodies. With an unconventional approach, let us start backward from the Future. Egypt 2030, is an aggressive plan for acquiring Sustainable Development Goals that are competitive enough to secure Egypt in the 30th Green Economy Powerhouse. Leading African nations.....
By Mohamed Chawki NACER Over the past decade, African governments have intensified efforts to foster greater regional economic integration by linking together the continent's largest economies with relatively smaller, landlocked, and fragmented markets and reducing barriers to trading amongst each other.
By Mariett Ramm “The red rose whispers of passion, And the white rose breathes of love; O, the red rose is a falcon, And the white rose is a dove.” John Boyle OReilly A White Rose, lines 1-4, in In Bohemia (1886), p. 24. Falcons have played a crucial part in the traditional culture of the United Arab Emirates. Falconry in Arabia goes back more than 2,000 years, and of course, the Peregrine Falcon is a symbol of the Bedouin culture of UAE. The government has also called on Unesco to grant the sports world heritage status to preserve it. Falconry is a popular sport in the UAE and enjoyed by the highest-ranking members of society as well as ordinary citizens. It is usually practiced in desert and semi-deserts around the region. Both HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and his son HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai share passion for the birds and their welfare. The falcon was traditionally used for hunting, and it was a source of survival in the desert. The falcon is also a bird that is sometimes used to find water in areas where water was very scarce.....
We are proud to announce that Private Investment Forum Worldwide has joined our exclusive publication The Billionaire Chronicle as Prestigious Media Partner.     Private Investment Forum Worldwide, one of the most exclusive gathering of world leaders and global investors, takes place four times a year, and it is hosted at the...
For art’s sake - How good is art as an investment? By Patrick Lawlor More and more investors are looking at the art market (and other collectables) as an alternative to traditional investment assets. At the same time, numerous academic studies have tried to ascertain the returns for art over the years....
"Kidnapped" in Tiananmen Square! By Miguel Escobar, International Real Estate and Economic Development Strategist The story behind our winning design to redevelop Wangfujing, the commercial downtown district of Beijing, China. During a Sunday lunch in June of 2002, upon my return from a morning visit to the Great Wall of China, I...
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