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The Fifth Frontier- Cyberspace

Remember Captain Kirk talking about “Space, the final frontier”? — to explore strange new worlds and boldly go where no man has gone before. As we dawn upon new vistas of technological advancement, the power of the cyberspace seems limitless. 944 more words

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European countries found to be most tourist-ready

Spain, France and Germany have been chosen as the top three most tourist-ready economies in the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2015. 188 more words


Tourism on the up

Figures from Colombia’s Ministry of Tourism and Industry show a 10.2 percent increase in tourism year on year, for the period January-March 2015.

According to the recently-released numbers, some 770,981 people visited Colombia in the first quarter of this year. 111 more words


Geopolitical Risks: Interstate Conflict Is Highest Risk In 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

This year geopolitical risks have made a staggering jump to the forefront, reflecting the instability in the Middle East and North Africa, the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the rise of terrorist groups such as ISIS and Boko Haram, and even tension in the… 39 more words

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World’s highest skilled workforces revealed

Highly skilled workers looking to emigrate may wish to consider moving to Luxembourg in order to continue their career.

New figures have revealed which countries have the largest share of people in high-skilled employment, and Luxembourg leads the way. 167 more words

June 9th, 2005 - 24 MNCs claim they support climate measures.

“on June 9, 2005, 24 large multinationals, including U.S. firms Hewlett-Packard and Ford, issued a statement in which they supported climate change measures, and pressured the G8 to adopt climate stabilization targets and set up a long-term, global climate change regime that would extend to 2030 at least, including a market-based system of emissions trading (World Economic Forum, 2005).”

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