In the 19th Century, a lot of Norwegians migrated to places like Minnesota, Iowa, and the Dakotas to make a living as farmers. Tough, hard-working, close-mouthed, decent people. 575 more words
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Tripling mobile Internet access over the next 15 years could make the developing world $22 trillion richer. Such improvement in the lives and earning potential of poor people could indirectly help with the other challenges; after all, more prosperous people tend to be healthier, better fed, and more highly educated.
By Elizabeth Ndhlovu-Dumbreni
As is common with many rapidly emerging or developing economies, Zimbabwe urgently needs to develop an accountancy profession which is not only capable of supporting future business development, but one which also allows organisations to operate and succeed in an increasingly connected and competitive marketplace. 970 more words
As the White House launched its Africa summit this week and pledged $14 billion in investment in the continent from U.S. corporations, National Security Advisor Susan Rice… 1,246 more words