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· January, 2011

Stories about Economics & Business from January, 2011

Bahamas: economic “Bahamianisation”?

Cuba: Obama Eases Several Embargo Restrictions

US President Barack Obama signed into law a series of small legislative reforms to the US embargo on Cuba. Many in the US-Cuba blogging community hailed this as a small...

Africa: The 2011 Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awards

China: Wind power drive target of complaints

Brazil: Salary increase for parliamentarians in discussion

As every end of the year, the Brazilian federal deputies legislated for themselves and approved another salary increase to approximately 52 times the minimum salary earned by most part of...

Kenya: A blog featuring Kenyan jobs

Mali: Cars « Made in Mali » to Be Sold on the West African Market

China: Better metrics for measuring Asian happiness

China: Waiting for Google's next move

Taiwan: Product placement and the petrochemical industry

If a petrochemical company treats bloggers to a cushy on-site tour, do posts that follow count as corporate astroturfing? What, as some have alleged, if the excursion was funded by...

Arab World: Racism and the Slave's Head Candy Controversy

Are we - Arabs - racist? It's really hard to tell. Some might argue that racism is against our religion, and that people are never discriminated against because of their...

Zambia: Zambia is rich but poor

Zimababwe: How to get money for public sector wages

Samsung Released An Optimistic Outlook on Korean Security

The last rural village in Singapore

Singapore's real economy

Singapore: National Authentication Framework project

Cuba: Gay Club in Havana

China: CNNIC releases new Internet statistics

China: Glenn Beck takes aim at China

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