In the leading food processor Vissan, State capital will account for 67.76 per cent of the capital after equitisation. The figures are 90 per cent at Ngọc Đồng Food Co Ltd, 55.68 per cent at HCM City General Material Import Export JSC and 51 per cent at Bình Điền JSC. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 8
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Indeed, advanced-country politicians today still seem to be ignoring the limitations of an economic model that relies excessively on finance to create sustainable, inclusive growth. Though those limitations have been laid bare over the past 10 years, policymakers did not strengthen adequately the growth model on which their economies depend. Instead, they often acted as if the crisis was merely a cyclical – albeit dramatic – shock, and assumed that the economy would bounce back in a V-like fashion, as it had typically done after a recession. … [Read more...] about Why haven’t politicians learned from the financial crisis?
And the leaders are not just going to come from government. They're going to come from science. They're going to come from religion. They're going to come from companies. And when I see CEOs coming out and saying to their employees and explaining it, and bringing in scientists to talk to employees, paying their employees when they're not working-- it's a beautiful thing when our country comes together like that. And so my hope is we actually have positive come out of this in the long run. … [Read more...] about Transcript: Dr. David Agus speaks with Michael Morell on “Intelligence Matters”
As the 2018 midterm elections approached, U.S. officials from multiple agencies warned that Russia and others, including the Chinese government, would likely seek to disrupt political and voting processes. Though no comprehensive, unclassified report has emerged on any specific foreign influence campaigns – or on the U.S. government's response – press reports later indicated that offensive cyber actions were taken against some Russian entities to avert their interference attempts. Officials and cybersecurity experts also said that Russia's 2018 activity in particular was comparatively subdued to that of 2016. … [Read more...] about No. 2 U.S. intelligence official talks about how U.S. is preparing for 2020 election threats
According to two intelligence officials who spoke to ABC News, the November report came from the Defense Department's National Center for Medical Intelligence, was based on communications intercepts and satellite photography, and raised significant concerns because officials believed that a new disease spreading out-of-control in Asia would pose a real threat to U.S. forces based in the region. … [Read more...] about Trump Says He Never Saw Intelligence Community Reports on Initial Coronavirus Outbreak