Brain drain has been around as early as 1950’s, where Filipino professionals has gone predominantly to the United States to seek for greener pastures and eventually enhancing their technical skills in their chosen profession.
Investment In Infrastructures, Necessary To Enhance Credit Impact In Alleviating Poverty
Research by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in a variety of rural financial systems suggests that local approaches work best and that traditional banking practices don’t work for the rural poor because there is no leeway in providing financial services to the poor that applies in every location.
14.3 Percent Of Americans Live In Poverty
The 2009 poverty level was set at US $21,954 for a family of four, based on an official government calculation that includes only cash income, before tax deductions.
Global OFW – A Thriving Entity In A Bad Economy
Mabini, a town in Batangas, 130 kilometers south of Manila became a first class municipality last year in a government ranking of towns nationwide, leaping from its third class status.
Germany Overcomes Financial Crisis, Instilling Own Vision Of Economic Growth
Germany best performance since reunification 20 years ago which is equivalent to nearly 9 percent annual economic growth rate or a quarter on quarter economic growth of 2.2 percent as it was announced by the government.
The Wealthy, Purposely Dump Their Financially Draining Properties
More than one in seven homeowners with loans in excess of a million dollars are seriously delinquent according to the real estate analytics firm Core Logic. By contrast homeowners with less lavish housing are much more likely to keep up.
The Primer Of Bad Credit Home Loans
Many lenders offer a “bad credit home loan” knowing fully well that their loan is secure, since it is taken on mortgage of your home. A bad credit home loan is a loan that one can get despite having a bad credit rating.
China Dislodges Japan As Largest Economy
Japan’s nominal gross domestic product (GDP) which is not adjusted for price and seasonal variations, was worth US $1.286 trillion dollars in the second quarter of the year (April-June), as compared to China with US $1.335 trillion dollars of the same quarter.
To Sustain Economic Growth, China Is Outsourcing Domestically
Chinese workers had been China’s backbone in their growing economy and trade growth.They are the engine of China economic growth and roaring export economy.