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    intermediaries.The network laundered between 200 and 300 million euros a year by dodging taxes, bribing officials and forging documents, top anti-corruption prosecutor Antonio Salinas said Tuesday.Gao reportedly owns warehouses in Cobo Calleja and a contemporary art gallery in Madrid near the Queen Sofia...
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  • Brain Drain 993
    them opportunities to prove their capabilities. Brain drains are common amongst developing nations, particularly former colonies like much of Africa[2] or the island nations of the Caribbean.[3] An opposite situation, in which many trained and talented individuals seek entrance into a country, is...
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  • Managerial Ethics: Lessons from Literature and Film
    Students are required to keep a weekly “course journal” of reflections and ideas. After each of the first five class sessions, the student should write a 2-3 page informal journal entry, exploring one or more of the works analyzed in the class session and reacting to the class discussion and activities, with...
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  • One Young World
    would you now say this speaker's greeting was? The Forgotten (or Neglected) Presentation Element All of us may remember from our school days that "a speech has three parts:  Introduction, Body, and Conclusion." And while that may still be generally true in a broad sense, most presentations include a fourth...
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  • Soccer
    speculation that a couple of wild results in the prestigious Champions League tournament in 2011 were the result of a fix. How do you rig a soccer game? 2. Buy off a star player and let him deal with his teammates. In The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime, journalist Declan Hill described the shady world of...
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  • Animal Farm
    care for Old Majors speech and therefore, little care for the revolution. He doesn’t care about the equality of the animals, only for himself and the other pigs. “Never mind the milk, comrades! That will be attended to. The harvest is more important…. I shall follow in a few minutes…” “When they came back...
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  • Bahrain and Reputation Laundering
    Borders in July. (Silverstein, 2011) It has been analyzed and reported that the revolt was caused by several grounds, such as the government’s corruption, discrimination against the majority Shias, high percentage of unemployment and a demand for democratization. Consequently, it is mainly aimed to...
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  • Wiki
    her husband's death before marrying Claudius. Contents [hide] 1 Role in the play 2 Interpretations 3 Performances 4 Influences 5 References Role in the play[edit] Gertrude is first seen in Act 1 Scene 2 as she tries to cheer Hamlet over the loss of his father, begging him to stay at home...
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  • Democracy in Bangladesh
    intention to implement a series of political reform measures. The government charged two former Prime Ministers, Sheikh Hasina and Khaleda Zia, with corruption cases and attempted to exile them both, however with little success. Despite early popular support, the CTG failed to bring about long-term changes...
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  • Indonesia Business
    the listener to pick up on communication subtleties by paying attention to body language and gestures. Indonesians are polite and diplomatic in their speech and will make great efforts not to offend others. Indonesians will do anything to save face even if it means avoiding confrontation or telling others...
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  • The Coverage of China’s Two Sessions
    Two Sessions Presented by NHK World 20 April, 2012 Content 1. Introduction of NHK World 2 1.1 The background of NHK. 2 1.2 The record of reporting China. 3 1.3 Recent Sino-Japan relationship 5 2. General Impression of short reports 5 2.1 Frequency & Topic 7 2.2 Keyword Analysis 7 ...
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  • CORRUPTION
    Role of Family in controlling corruption “Just as it is impossible not to taste the honey or the poison that finds itself at the tip of the tongue, so it is impossible for a government servant not to eat up, at least a bit of the King’s revenue. Just as fish under water cannot possibly be found...
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  • Thailand Coup Detat 2006
    INDEX Topic Page Thailand Coup d'état 2006 2 Earlier planning and rumors 3 The Actual Overthrown : 19-21 September 2006 4 Causes of the coup 7 Thailand's deposed government 8 National reactions 9 International reactions...
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  • Losing Rights in the "Land of the Free"
    Ulmer 1 Dalton Ulmer English 120 2/6/12 Losing Rights in “The Land of the Free” America is perceived as the land of the free, and the home of the brave, but perhaps that title is under jeopardy. We live in a day and age where it is not too difficult to pull hoods over the heads of...
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  • Th Efall of Estrade
    crisis worsens. November 13, 2000 The House of Representatives files an impeachment case against the president on the grounds of bribery, graft and corruption, betrayal of public trust, and culpable violation of the Constitution.  (Click here for the Articles of Impeachment) November 14, 2000 National...
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  • Exam Malpractice
    examination malpractices and thus have threatened the very foundations of our educational system. Examination malpractices which started off as a minute issue has over the years grown into a full fledge vice in the academic world with different method of perpetuating the act being invented with the...
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  • Role of Community Radio in Community Development
    medium for fulfilling communication gap between the community and the Govt.It has proved to be a vital tool in strengthening the ‘Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression’ As, the community radio is still evolving it might be possible that in the near future, we will witness its various new forms which...
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  • Berlusconi 1984
    ideological difference. The rocket bombs which fell daily on London were probably fired by the Government of Oceania itself, “just to keep people frightened.”2 In 1984 the economic purpose of the war was continuing to consume entirely the products of the industry without raising the standard of living. The...
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  • The Construction of Reality in Television News
    'breaking' and its coverage is obviously a key factor which help to produce the illusion of television news being up to the minute. Viewers tend to consider television as more 'up to the minute' than other forms of news circulation because access is instant - one can simply turn on a television rather than going...
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  • Hgghgh
    institutional setup, our cultural norms and above all our credibility in the comity of nations. Forced by the mismanagement, wide spread corruption and dis functioning of the national institution different governments introduced a number of reforms to stem the decline. For this purpose the Nawaz...
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