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Data management and handling

Whenever making travel arrangements, we provide data for safety and security, from credit cards to identity cards, all for the reason of being identified as a traveler, this helps in operations and management of passangers, as well as keeping with current technologies. 85 more words

Technology

Haiti Projects

This week in University was quite eventful. From understanding the organizational learning challenges to visiting a corporation, Juri Electronics (http://www.juri-elettronica.ch/) in Quinto, where we also witnessed a tragic event, that has to demonstrate the need for health services, safety, and proper infrastructure. 241 more words

Technology

Will China And India Always Be Poorer? Probably Not

Since 1950, middle-income countries have nearly always grown faster than expected. Looking just at the past decade and a half, current middle-income countries that had an average gross national income of $2,381 in 2000 have seen that more than double, to $4,951 in 2015. 15 more words

China

The genius of frugal innovation

Human creativity is a natural, infinitely renewable resource — and it’s coming up with smart, cheap solutions to people’s biggest problems. Strategist Navi Radjou explains. 1,818 more words

Business

A Rundown From the World Bank/IMF Meetings

Renewed appetite for local currency debt proved to be a consistent theme among Latin American public credit heads at the World Bank/IMF meetings in Washington over the weekend. 865 more words

Finance

Rising Demand from Developing Economies, Oberthur Fiduciaire Confident in the Future of Global Banknote Market

Since the private players provide sophisticated anti-counterfeiting technologies like watermarks and security strips, most countries around the world have outsourced banknote printing to private companies. French worldwide company Oberthur Fiduciaire, which stands in the first row of global security printers, shows strong confidence in its future, especially in emerging countries. 909 more words

Economy & Finance

What made Brazil’s economy bust?

Link: http://www.marketplace.org/2016/03/21/world/what-made-brazil-s-economy-bust

Summary: Brazil was an emerging economy and a member of the BRICS. However, in March 2016 a huge corruption scandal exploded into an economic crisis and demand for the impeachment of the president followed by a political regime change. 20 more words

Politics & Economics