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· May, 2011

Stories about Economics & Business from May, 2011

Haiti: A Different View of Cite Soleil

Bahamas, Jamaica: Caribbean Climate Change

Caribbean: FIFA Foul

East Africa: New Investements for Startups in East Africa

Thailand: Free bilingual business newspaper

Poland: The Year of Anniversaries

Cuba: Five Intellectuals Analyze the 15-M

El Salvador: Problems After Change in Propane Gas Subsidy

Jordan: Debating Economic Policies and the Road to Reform

The state of Jordan's economy, specifically discussing economic policies since 1989 and the national debt, were the highlight of the 7iber #HashtagDebates. The conversation hosted prominent Jordanian economists Ibrahim Saif...

Bangladesh: Options Left For Dr. Yunus

Hungary: Corruption On the Rise

France : The “Civilized” Internet According to President Sarkozy

As a prelude to the G8 summit in Deauville, chaired by France, the e-G8 forum of the Internet was held in Paris on 23 and 24 May 2011. To the...

Haiti: Vendors in Delmas

Spain: From Spanish Revolution to World Revolution

Mobilizations in Spain have ignited what has been called a “World Revolution”, with more than 600 demonstrations and camp outs taking place in solidarity with Spanish protesters. Websites, Twitter hashtags,...

Belarus: Economic Crisis

Guyana: Dreaming of Utopia

Venezuela: Fee Hikes for the Caracas Metro and the Bolivarian University

Bahamas: Mid-Term Budget

Trinidad & Tobago: Advantegous Politics

World Economy: Women Weigh in on Poverty, Work and Debt

The International Museum of Women's online exhibit on women and the economy, features slideshows, podcasts, videos and essays on women from countries such as Sudan, Denmark, Philippines, USA, Costa Rica,...

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