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· May, 2010

Stories about Economics & Business from May, 2010

Japan: My Eyes Tokyo

Sri Lanka: Buying A Condom In Colombo

Why Invest In Bangladesh?

Japan: National police to share information on organized crime members

Angola: Similarities between Cabinda and East Timor

Nepal: Financial Fraud

Hungary: Facebook vs iWiW

Marietta Le reports on the competition between a popular Hungarian social networking site iWiW and Facebook in Hungary.

Bahrain: Abu Dhabi's Gold ATMs

Bhutan: Such Is Life

Brazil: Bloggers React to Iran-Brazil-Turkey Nuclear Deal

Brazilian bloggers react to the deal reached between Brazil, Turkey and Iran concerning the uranium enrichment of the latter: from optimism to skepticism, here are some thoughts on the role...

India: Controlling Export Of Cotton

Jamaica: Resetting the Clock

Ukraine: Russia's return or political pragmatism?

Bahamas: Waiting on the Budget

Estonia: “A Green Light to Join the Euro”

Russian DST Group Will Increase Investment in Foreign Internet Companies

Jamaica: Women of Tivoli Gardens

Africa: Salesforce Foundation funds Maneno blogging platform

Trinidad & Tobago: People's Party Position

Bahrain: The Nazi is Coming

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