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Papua New Guinea PNG Looks for Private Sector Efficiency in SOEs
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister says there's a growing need for private sector participation in the management of state-owned enterprises. The government is preparing for the partial sale of Air Niugini as the first in a series of privatisations.
Thailand Thailand: Govt Campaign to Get Higher Rating for Fighting Human Trafficking
A Labour Ministry campaign will begin soon in an attempt to have Thailand dropped from a human trafficking watch-list in order to lift export restrictions on sugar cane, shrimp, garments and fish, Department of Labour Protection and Welfare chief Panich Jitjaeng has said.
Indonesia Indonesia: Tax Reforms Should Be Next Year’s Top Priority
Four years ago today, finance minister Muhamad Chatib Basri was a university lecturer known among his students for his fondness for wearing oversized batik shirts to class. Since then, he has enjoyed a quantum leap in his career, taking over as the chief of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) in 2011, before becoming the chief pilot of Indonesia’s economy in 2013.
Indonesia Indonesia: New Focus for Foreign Policy
Because of historical and political reasons, the “world issues” focused on by the world press have been (a) issues between or among developed countries and (b) issues related to developed countries involved in matters of developing countries.
Global CISCO’s New Namibian Academy Will Focus on Local ICT Skills Development
With a view to bridging the ICT skills gap in the country, The Polytechnic of Namibia has leveraged its partnership with the global IT and networking giant, CISCO, to establish a training academy on campus.
United States U.S.: When Humans Lose Control of Government
Modern government is organized on “clear law,” the false premise that by making laws detailed enough to take in all possible circumstances, we can avoid human error. And so over the last few decades, law has gotten ever more granular. But...
Korea (Republic of) S. Korea: Public Firms' Debt to Hit 524 Tln Won Next Year
The combined debt of South Korean public firms and institutions is expected to hit 524 trillion won (US$502 billion) next year, the finance ministry said Sunday, amid government efforts to reduce their liabilities.
Japan Japan: Bill to Boost Women’s Roles in Society Must Lead to Review of Working Styles
Creating a society where women can make full use of their skills and abilities and actively participate in various sectors in society has now become a priority in Japan.
United States U.S.: Predictive Policing - The Promise and Perils
As analytical tools have become more sophisticated and data sets much larger, the ability to forecast crime has grown more nuanced.
United States U.S.: Predictive Policing - The Promise and Perils
As analytical tools have become more sophisticated and data sets much larger, the ability to forecast crime has grown more nuanced.
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