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· June, 2007

Stories about Economics & Business from June, 2007

Morocco: Telecoms, The Blogging Grand Prix, and Reactions to Salman Rushdie's Knighthood

Blogging has indeed become a popular Moroccan pastime, with new blogs cropping up every day. Pointblog.com (fr), a self-described magazine of blogging, reports on the first Grand Prix des Blogs:”...

Iran:Photos of the torched gas stations

China: The China Opportunity

Iran:President and Butcher

Israel: No Summer Holidays for Palestinian Children

Kuwait: Battling Illegals

Kuwait: Internet Price War

Iraq: Helping Refugees in Jordan

Indonesia: Remembering The Asian Crisis

China: Government funded speculation

Japan: Poor = Creativity?

Croatia: Still More on “Feral Tribune”

If Bloggers attended the Conference on the Caribbean…

This past week (June 18-21) leaders of CARICOM met with President George W. Bush and other top U.S. government officials in Washington as part of the Conference on the Caribbean....

Africa: the US Farm Bill and African farmers

Guyana: Customer Service

Trinidad & Tobago: The Power of Facebook

Lebanon: Almost Non-Political Questions

What are we eating? Why are our banks flourishing? Who are those clearing cluster bombs? How will Brazil help in recycling Lebanese wastes? Where are some of the children who...

Bahamas: Straw Market Solution?

Nicaragua: State Involvement in Remittances

Africa: Peupe: Africa’s first corporate blog

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