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From Turkey to Thailand, some countries punch above their weight when it comes to university access and research. And where education takes root, economic growth soon follows, says Chris Parr of Times Higher Education.
Hungary’s new central bank chief, Gyorgy Matolcsy, has set out his stall in precisely the way that we anticipated, and presumably that the colourful Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, wanted. Having brought its key two-week deposit interest rate to the lowest level for two years, following its quarter-point reduction to 5%, Matolcsy has reiterated that steady inflation means that the central bank can...
Malaysia is number two in economic impact of the Internet study | Malaysia has come in amongst the top three in a study conducted by McKinsey & Company on the economic impact of the Internet on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of nine aspiring countries - Taiwan, Malaysia, Hungary, Argentina, Mexico, Morocco, Turkey, Vietnam and Nigeria. (mention of China, India)
Istanbul, economic and cultural capital of Turkey, second fastest growing country after China, an estimated 17 million inhabitants and 30% of national GDP. As only one million people used to live there in the 50’s and although its assimilation power is overwhelmed, it is today the main destination to an increasing rural migration. - Raphael Fournier