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· January, 2010

Stories about Economics & Business from January, 2010

Ukraine: UK Ambassador's Ukrainian Vocabulary

Tajikistan: Power Plant as a National Idea

Afghanistan: Fresh Data Sources

Kazakhstan: Glutting the Wheat Industry

Haiti: Wired Money May Help Rebuild Before Aid

With phone lines being restored in Haiti, money sent from families abroad “by wire” is again arriving, and helping reconstruction even where international aid has not arrived. Remittances from family...

Russia: Potential iPad Pricing and Sales

Trinidad & Tobago: iThink, therefore iPad

Haiti: The Politics of Recovery

The last thing that Haiti needs as it faces the monumental task of recovering from the earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince and its environs on January 12 is a lack of...

Africa:Mocality: Business directory for mobile phone

Uruguay: President-Elect Mujica Tackles Botnia Issue Before Taking Office

Uruguayan president-elect Mujica is trying to negotiate a deal to end the blockade of the bridge between Argentina and Uruguay, which has been blocked over a pulp mill plant that...

Bermuda: Busting the Budget

Japan: In Choosing a Job (or Company)

With limited work experience, how does one make the decision on which company to work for, straight out of university? The question carries weight when you take in the fact...

Belarus: Politics and Economy Update

Russia: Yandex vs Google Search at Mail.ru

Haiti: Damage in Surrounding Areas

Bermuda: “How did we get here?”

Palestine: The Commodification Of Gaza

Exiled is a blogger who recently left Gaza - and he is in no hurry to return. In this translation of a recent post of his, we hear his opinions...

Japan: Itami Airport

Japan: The Japan-China-U.S. trade relation

Peru: The Loss of Local Rock Radio Stations

Peruvian radio stations catering to fans of rock music are being taken off the air, with business reasons often cited as the reason. However, many bloggers say there is still...

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