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· September, 2012

Stories about Economics & Business from September, 2012

Myanmar: Increase in Insurance Buyers Due to Natural Disasters

Yemenis Organize Marches to ‘Reclaim’ Country's Wealth from Regime

Over the past two months, Yemen's revolutionary youth and activists have been organizing marches demanding an end to all corrupt deals deals made during President Ali Abdullah Saleh's reign.

Nepal: Hydro-power Sector Marred by Politics

Portugal: Public Television on the Way to Being Privatised

“Portugal will be the only country in Europe without a public radio and television service.” This was one of the first outraged reactions on Twitter, soon after the (un)official announcement...

Palestine: Protests Erupt Against High Prices and Unemployment

Protests are growing in the Palestinian territories, especially in the major cities of the West Bank. Demonstrators are complaining about the high cost of living, and the high rate of...

South Korea: Samsung, National Champion or Corporate Evil?

Spain: “Merkel Go Home”

India: 2012 Indian Bloggers’ Mindset Survey

Kenya: NationHela Available in Kenya

Madagascar: Electricity Supplier Office Vandalized by Residents over Frequent Outage

Kenya: Investigative Blogger Charged With Intercepting Data

Hungary: Government Criticized for Its Handling of Ramil Safarov's Case

The extradition of Ramil Safarov to Azerbaijan was based on the belief that he would continue to serve his life sentence there. After Azerbaijan gave amnesty to the convicted murderer,...

Philippines: Plastic Ban Map

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