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The Borneo Post
Brunei Darussalam looks to sustain agricultural growthgovernment efforts to promote farming as an attractive and viable career path w
Brunei Darussalam looks to sustain agricultural growth
The Borneo Post / Posted yesterday
government efforts to promote farming as an attractive and viable career path will be crucial to developing both food security and the broader sustainability of the sector. This Brunei Darussalam economic update was produced by Oxford Business Gro... Read more
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iafrica.com
Now or never for Lagos tourismof Nigeria's gross domestic product in 2014. That number could be much higher.
Now or never for Lagos tourism
iafrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
of Nigeria's gross domestic product in 2014. That number could be much higher. The tourism sector is "neglected", said the Oxford Business Group consultancy, which believes it could reach nearly five percent of the economy this year if managed... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Vietnam’s IT outsourcing sector rallies amid economic downturncouple years, the market is not yet saturated,” he said. “While new companies e
Vietnam’s IT outsourcing sector rallies amid economic downturn
The Borneo Post / Posted 22 days ago
couple years, the market is not yet saturated,” he said. “While new companies entering the market might require a little bit more investment, there’s still room for more players.” This Vietnam economic update was produced by Oxford Business... Read more
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The Manila Times
The world is waiting for better PH internetcall has attracted widespread attention outside the country. This week, the no
The world is waiting for better PH internet
The Manila Times / Posted 23 days ago
call has attracted widespread attention outside the country. This week, the noted economic research and consulting firm Oxford Business Group highlighted Duterte’s “agenda for a smarter and faster Philippines” in its weekly report, referring to... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Property market on the rebound in Myanmarhas good intentions to employ policies that meet international standards and be
Property market on the rebound in Myanmar
The Borneo Post / Posted 29 days ago
has good intentions to employ policies that meet international standards and benefit the economy in the long run, although in the short run it may suffer a bit,” he told OBG. This Myanmar economic update was produced by Oxford Bu... Read more

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