OTOP Aims To Promote Entrepreneurship & Job Creation In Philippine Countryside

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) have aligned the One Town One Product (OTOP) with the various industry clusters to develop innovative and globally competitive enterprises and make them contribute significantly to employment generation and inclusive growth to spur economic development in the country side.

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Longer Queue, An Extraordinary Line Standing Culture In Venezuela?

Economists and other scholars struggle to explain why Venezuela has such an extraordinary line standing culture, even compared with the rich bureaucratic traditions of some Latin American nations.

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Free Enterprise Is Now Sprouting In Communist Cuba?

Around 85 percent of all Cubans with jobs are employed by the state earning about US$ 20 dollars per month in exchange for free access to services like health and education, and a ration of subsidized goods.

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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.

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Business ‘Start-up’ Approach, Ideal To Low Budget Entrepreneurs

There is one way of doing business nowadays with less time and money exposure, that is build a business start up by trying to build new ideas and finding paying customers.

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