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Of the 141 economies surveyed, Switzerland held onto the top spot, followed by Sweden and Singapore. The rankings are based on such factors as regulatory environment, information communications technology, human capital and research. Japan ranked
Maori Trades Training National Party, Fuseworks July 9, 2012, 2:15 pm The Government will invest a further $1 million into Maori trades training in Christchurch, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, Steven Joyce announced today.
Qatar ranked 33rd and the United Arab Emirates ranked 37th- are among the top 40 overall. Leading at the top were Switzerland, Sweden and Singapore, followed by Finland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Hong Kong (China), Ireland, and
T he Global Innovation Efficiency Index shows which countries are best in transforming given innovation inputs into outstanding outputs. Countries which are strong in producing innovation outputs despite a weaker innovation environment and innovation
Croatia ranks right before Bulgaria, while the majority of countries on the Balkans are after Bulgaria, like Montenegro (45th), Serbia (46th), Romania (52nd) and Macedonia (62nd). The first thee places in the ranking are occupied by Switzerland,
Since the financial crisis of 2008, the main focus of macroeconomic policy has been deficit reduction and austerity budgets. That's not enough, says the European Commission's President Jose Manuel Barosso . ''Europe's citizens will need an upgrade in
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June from 74 in March, when it saw a dramatic 14-point jump from the December survey. A reading above 50 indicates an overall positive outlook. "It's obvious there are a few macro headwinds," said James Koh, analyst at Maybank Kim Eng in Singapore . "
Business leaders call for investment in humanware' Published 01 June 2012 A tree cannot grow without good soil and Europe cannot push for growth without a sound structure, said Hendrik Bourgeois, Vice-President of European Affairs at General Electric,
Our survey participants are top managers from business sectors which require active participation on corporate social responsibility [CSR] programs, such as mining, energy, agriculture, insurance and health care, said Binus International executive