Women seen as the key to overcoming Japan’s demographics problem Mrs. Haruko Arimura, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment| glObserver Global Economics

As Prime Minister Shinzo Abe clearly stated in his address at the Sixty-Eighth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations on 26 September, 2013, the Government of Japan will cultivate the power of women as the greatest potential for the increase of the Japanese economy, and further strengthen cooperation with the international community

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I would like to say that the Abe cabinet is taking a number of approaches to the whole issue of women’s empowerment and that we have a number of strategies. One of them emphasizes respecting traditional conservative values for women so if women choose not to work outside the home, we need to respect that viewpoint.

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Governor of Bangladesh Bank, Dr. Atiur Rahman | glObserver Global Economics

As Dr. Atiur Rahman is honored by invitation to speak at the spring meetings of the IMF and World Bank, United World looks at how the finance sector has worked with the Governor to ensure inclusive increase.

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As the oldest and major international bank in Bangladesh, Standard Chartered has shared in both Bangladesh’s success and hardship for 110 years, continually striving to help its people. New CEO, Mr. Anwar, sat with United World to highlight the importance of attracting foreign investment inclunding the great strength of Bangladesh.

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Moussa Fahedeltakagi, Director of Logistics, COMALI| glObserver Global Economics

COMALI has been 15 years successfully exploiting EG’s forests, and is presently set to go further adding price to EG’s demanded wood. How is the wood sector in Equatorial Guinea? Equatorial Guinea is a welcoming country. We have been here for 15 years. Here you respect people and people respect you. Life is good.

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Equatorial Guinea is a welcoming country. We have been here for 15 years. Here you respect people and people respect you. Life is good. Our industry, timber, is fine. It

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Mohammad Majed, Managing Director | glObserver Global Economics

SOFMAL has invested large in the transformation of wood to add price and create employments. In their opinion the next of the country is in the industrialization.

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We have two kinds of transformation. We have the saw mill, to make wood for construction and furniture. We as well have a veneer factory, in partnership with Spanish associates. We send this merchandise to Spain. We are as well planning to expand this factory.

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Rashed Khan Menon, Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation | glObserver Global Economics

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Currently tourism in Bangladesh (named one of ‘Next Eleven’ emerging markets by Goldman Sachs) accounts for around 2% of GDP and generates approximately 1.3 million jobs.

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Mr. Chung Chee Leong, President/Chief Executive Officer of Cagamas | glObserver Global Economics

Mr. Chung Chee Leong, President/Chief Executive Officer spoke to The Worldfolio and discussed his vision of increasing ways of delivering affordable housing financing to Malaysia’s people.

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Cagamas – Housing the nation – Malaysia

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Mr. Ramón Mituy Abaga Nkene, Director General of Forestry and Reforestation, Equatorial Guinea | glObserver Global Economics

The other company is the Chinese company Sijifo, which is as well located in the industrial area of Bata. This company produces the same as the Koreans. The other company is Compañía Maderera del Litoral (Coastal Lumber Company -Comali),

Mr. Ramon Mituy Abaga Nkene speaks about Guinea’s forests and the two segments it is composed of: production and processing and conservation and protection.

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Mr. Ömer Cihad Vardan, President of Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board | glObserver Global Economics

Ömer Cihad Vardan was appointed President of DEIK, Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board, in September 2014 following the enactment of new legislation intended to create additional harmony between the private sector and the government.

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Ömer Cihad Vardan was appointed President of DEIK, Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board, in September 2014 following the enactment of new legislation intended to create additional harmony between the private sector and the government. He tells The Worldfolio that DEIK and Turkey remain firmly committed to the Vision 2023 targets, and argues that the EU would have recovered much additional quickly from the financial crisis if Turkey had been a member.

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H.E. Prof. El Houssaine Louardi Minister of Health | glObserver Global Economics

The Government of Morocco has created a favorable environment to improve public health and ensure the next of its citizens. But there is still some way to go, particularly in areas where international partnerships and private partners stepping in could be decisive

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Morocco is an island of security and stability of a continent in turmoil: the extension of the war in Mali, political problems in Egypt or the penetration of the Islamic National in the Maghreb.

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Sudan – “Your Silence Is a Shame to Humanity.” | glObserver Global Economics

Since 2012, an average of three bombs a day have been dropped indiscriminately by the government of Sudan onto civilians living in rebel held areas. With humanitarian access denied by the government and increasing numbers being displaced, people’s ability to survive grows additional precarious by the day.

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