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China’s US$60m Mega Ministerial Complex for Liberia - A Gift Beyond Imagination

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China’s US$60m Mega Ministerial Complex for Liberia - A Gift Beyond Imagination

Liberia has over the last few years benefitted from significant contributions made by the People’s Republic of China towards its post-war reconstruction progression.

Last Updated ( Monday, 01 October 2012 23:37 )
 

Reviewing Liberian Journalism

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Reviewing Liberian Journalism

Journalism is considered a noble profession, and those in such practice are expected to be responsible, truthful, and transparent and balanced in their reportage. Owing to the fact that journalists may also be considered as researchers and serve as medium through which information is exchanged, they are the mirror of society.

 

Stage Three for the Euro Crisis?

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Stage Three for the Euro Crisis?

BERKELEY – The first two components of the euro crisis – a banking crisis that resulted from excessive leverage in both the public and private sectors, followed by a sharp fall in confidence in eurozone governments – have been addressed successfully, or at least partly so. But that leaves the third, longest-term, and most dangerous factor underlying the crisis: the structural imbalance between the eurozone’s north and south.

 

Fiddling at the Fire

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Fiddling at the Fire

PARIS – Financial markets have rallied since July on the hope that the global economic and geopolitical outlook will not worsen, or, if it does, that central banks stand ready to backstop economies and markets with additional rounds of liquidity provision and quantitative easing. So, not only has good – or better-than-expected – economic news boosted the markets, but even bad news has been good news, because it increases the probability that central-banking firefighters like US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will douse the markets with buckets of cash.

Last Updated ( Friday, 28 September 2012 09:40 )
 

Finding the Keys to National Prosperity

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Finding the Keys to National Prosperity

NEW YORK – In many of history’s most successful economic reforms, clever countries have learned from the policy successes of others, adapting them to local conditions. In the long history of economic development, eighteenth-century Britain learned from Holland; early nineteenth-century Prussia learned from Britain and France; mid-nineteenth-century Meiji Japan learned from Germany; post-World War II Europe learned from the United States; and Deng Xiaoping’s China learned from Japan.

Last Updated ( Friday, 28 September 2012 09:43 )
 
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