Monthly Archives: September 2015

Polpharma ได้ซีอีโอคนใหม่

STAROGARD GDANSKI โปแลนด์, Sept. 30, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ในวันที่ 8 ตุลาคม 2558 ดร. Maurice Chagnaud  จะได้รับการแต่งตั้งให้เป็นซีอีโอคนใหม่ของ Polpharma ซึ่งเป็นบริษัทยาที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในประเทศโปแลนด์ ดร. Chagnaud ผู้ที่มีประสบการณ์มากว่ายี่สิบปีในตำแหน่งผู้บริหารระดับสูงของอุตสาหกรรมยายุโรป คาดว่าจะเร่งการพัฒนาของ Polpharma ให้กลายเป็นผู้นำระดับภูมิภาคใน CEE, CIS และเอเชียกลาง A photo…

PH up 5 notches in competitiveness ranking (Philippines Daily Inquirer)

The Philippines moved up five notches to rank 47th out of the 140 economies assessed for the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index 2015-2016 on the back of the country’s favorable macroeconomic environment, capacity for innovation and business sophistication. The new ranking placed the country in the top third of the global competitiveness survey, a year…

Oil Windfall Gains – A Shot in the Arm for the Economy (allAfrica.com)

Former Finance minister Rama Sithanen sheds light on the debate on the price of petroleum products. He believes that a timely policy change could create a much needed confidenceboosting climate that would stimulate GDP, employment and investment and lower inflation. This article has three main objectives (i) First, to explain the huge disconnect between crude oil…

Ellen Wants Health, Human Security Prioritized (allAfrica.com)

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has emphasized the prioritization of health and human security as critical to the achievement of the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. She also stressed that by adopting universal health coverage, the world would have positioned its energies towards combating various health-related challenges such as infectious diseases; re-echoing the call that the…

Ellen wants health, human security prioritized (The New Dawn (Liberia))

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has emphasized the prioritization of health and human security as critical to the achievement of the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. She also stressed that by adopting universal health coverage, the world would have positioned its energies towards combating various health-related challenges such as infectious diseases; re-echoing the call that the…

Very Important Prisoners (Philippines Daily Inquirer)

Many of us must have been struck by the constant smile on the face of former Palawan governor Joel Reyes even after he and his fellow fugitive from justice, his brother Mario, had been arrested in Thailand. He was smiling after he deplaned at the Manila airport, he was smiling as he entered Camp Crame, he…

Ellen Rallies for Free Global Healthcare (allAfrica.com)

After leading Liberia to victory against the dreadful Ebola virus disease in what is being referred to as the worst outbreak ever in modern times, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is rallying world leaders to ensure that Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is achieved. President Sirleaf told leaders at a high-level meeting on global heath in the United…

Co-sponsorship of the Geneva Resolution: some reflections (Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka))

The events of the last week demonstrate, with poignant clarity, the folly of naA¯ve expectation and the need for realistic thinking. This cannot be better illustrated than by reference to the reassuring statement, barely hours before the tabling of the Resolution, by the Cabinet Spokesman: The (UNHCR) Report proposes establishing a hybrid court with international judges,…

OPPO unveils new R7 and Mirror 5 series (Daily Financial Times (Sri Lanka))

Subsequent to its recent sales roll out at Majestic City last month, global electronics and technology service provider OPPO celebrated the launch of both its new R7 and Mirror 5 series on 28 September at the Golden Pond, Taj Samudra. The latest R7 series from the constantly evolving smart phone brand has registered impressive sales so…