Monthly Archives: January 2015
Canada’s pro-export plan, reinforced by the Canada-European Union and Canada-South Korea trade agreements, makes it a top investment destination
January 24, 2015 - Davos, Switzerland - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, today concluded
Speeches: Economic Diplomacy: How Business, Economic Ties and Trade Can Strengthen National Security
Thank you, Nelson, for that introduction. And thank you Paul for inviting me to talk about something that is very important to me: how our economic agenda is working to keep America safe and prosperous.
Before I go further, I’d like
Arab League to Push for New Palestinian U.N. Resolution Thu 15 Jan 2015 at 18:48 NNA - The Arab League said on Thursday it will seek to shore up international support for another attempt to obtain a U.N. resolution on ending Israel's
Philippine Catholic Church struggles with social costs of labour migration by Rosemarie Francisco Thu 15 Jan 2015 at 08:47 NNA - Almost 5,000 Filipinos left their homes every day between 2010 and 2013 to seek work overseas, government data shows, mos...
Author: Hwok-Aun Lee, University of Malaya
Malaysia’s government-linked companies (GLCs) are, relatively speaking, among the most extensive and powerful in the world in terms of capitalisation, market presence and socio-political mandate.
GLCs reportedly comprise 36 per cent of the Malaysian
FINANCE MINISTER CHAIRS MEETING TO REVIEW PROPOSED AVIATION POLICY
Press Release No: 99
The Finance Minister, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar here at the Finance Ministry late Monday, chaired a meeting to review the proposed Aviation Policy.
At the outset of the meeting Special
Author: Shankaran Nambiar, MIER
After a year of solid achievement on the economic front, Malaysia’s leaders will face difficult circumstances as they implement reform in 2015.
One of the more impressive achievements of the Malaysian government in 2014 was the resolve it
8 Jan 2015Listen /
Passenger planes should start reporting their position every 15 minutes, according to a proposal by the UN aviation