Stories about Economics & Business from April, 2017
"The amount of selfies I have seen of people just to show their dUCK scarves is part of what Islam does not encourage: vanity."
To learn more about the lives of Indians in Donald Trump's America, Global Voices spoke to two Indian young men about their aborted plans to study in the United States.
Might online support for a small Trinidadian artist be the spark that finally creates sustainable display spaces for public art in the capital city?
Do you hope to find love in Russia? If so, and you’re planning to use the Internet to meet people, the pursuit could be less private than you maybe hoped.
It was the first successful referendum since Macedonia gained independence 26 years ago.
"The people of Puerto Rico refuse to pay a debt that is not ours. We will not choose between education or healthcare. Our elders will not have their pensions reduced."
Kazakhstan's veteran leader suddenly seems to think the country's long-planned transition to a Latin alphabet is very pressing indeed. The country's social media users want to know why.
"In Hebei, where people believe in the planned economy, how can they attract and embrace alternative [people] who go against the establishment?"
If you want to go backcountry skiing in Afghanistan, Bamyan is the place.
They blasted the country's president, historical and present-day inequality, and the rating agencies themselves after S&P Global Ratings and Fitch downgraded South Africa.
In an effort to “democratize finance” in the region, one Caribbean businesswoman introduces crowdfunding and urges community building for women to truly progress.
LiveJournal releases a new user agreement, revealing what steps it's taking to adjust to its new existence as a blogging platform in full compliance with Russia’s stifling Internet laws
The report includes statistics from Japan's Reconstruction Ministry as well as surveys of evacuees themselves to provide a local perspective on efforts to recover from the 2011 "triple disaster."