Malaysia's Investment Black Hole
- DEVELOPMENT-INDUCED INVOLUNTARY DISPLACEMENT: A CASE OF BIG DAMS. Raj, D. Sunder // ICFAI Journal of Public Administration;Apr2008, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p88
Developing economies, to achieve the target, in the decade of 1950s, relied mainly on rapid income generation through capital formation in the form of machineries (in large-scale capital-intensive industries), irrigation infrastructure (like big dams and multipurpose river valley projects),...
- Strategy for more Tourism Dollars. Coventry, Nigel // Chartered Accountants Journal;Aug2001, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p70
Reports on developments related to tourist trade industry in New Zealand. Enhancement of Tourism New Zealand; Establishment of a Ministry of Tourism; Reduction of the number of tourism organizations.
- Problems of Market Transformation of the Kazakh Economy. Koshanov, A. // Problems of Economic Transition;Feb95, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p5
Examines the macroeconomic reorganization of Kazakhstan to aid its transition to a market economy. Transformation of state properties through conversion to joint stock companies; Creation of a network of commercial banks; Importance of an open economy to the country.
- Government delays could harm IT skills initiatives. Goodwin, Bill // Computer Weekly;4/4/2002, p3
Reports the delay on the government plan to reform the National Training Organizations in Great Britain. Apprehension on the withdrawal of employer support on information technology training initiatives; Decline of the training projects; Loss of credibility.
- 4 executives will discuss bold plans for New York. // Crain's New York Business;12/23/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 51, p15
Reports on the featuring of four executives with plans for improving New York City's economic prospects on January 16, 2003 at Crain Communications Inc.'s breakfast titled 'Revitalizing New York.' Professional profile of the executives being featured; Contact information for the event.
- Asia. // Hotel & Motel Management;10/15/2001, Vol. 216 Issue 18, p8
Reports the plan of the government to revive the struggling tourism industry in Sri Lanka.
- BEAT BUSINESS. // Inside Tucson Business;12/30/2002, Vol. 12 Issue 30, p9
Reports on developments related to economic conditions in and around Tucson, Arizona for the week ending December 30, 2002. Purchase of a building by Pantatoc Properties to be used as corporate headquarters for Ambalux Corp.; Completion of the Orange Grove Animal Hospital by construction firm...
- PROBLEMS OF THE LINES OF DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC PLANNING IN THE COMPREHENSIVE BUILDING OF SOCIALISM IN THE GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC. Wolf, Herbert // Eastern European Economics;Summer67, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p3
Discusses the establishment of socialism in the German Democratic Republic and the use of the lines of development of scientific planning. Conditions which determine the operations of the socialist system; Criteria and factors of optimal planning and the development of the economy; Queries on...
- THE CREDIT SYSTEM OF THE PLANNED ECONOMIES IN TRANSFORMATION. Zwass, Adam // Eastern European Economics;Summer77, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p17
Compares the different monetary and credit systems of planned economies in Eastern Europe. Function of a financing and credit system in a planned economy; Description of the reformed finance and credit system in Russia; Factors that have affected the credit system in Hungary.