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Upcoming tech conferences
Local startup conference and D10: global conference
Crowdfunding: how to take it to next level
Crowd funding means people choosing to raise money through the Internet to fund projects they want to succeed. Most do-it-yourself campaigns remain viral goodwill rather than solid funding sources.
How to keep the poor
Media personality Tavis Smiley and Princeton philosophy professor Cornell West have just published their latest contribution to American poverty propaganda, “The Rich and the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto.”
ISD clause essential part of FTA
As usual, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) XIII and its World Investment Forum in Doha, Qatar two weeks ago provided new insights and directional guidelines for cross-border investment in a rapidly changing global investment landscape.
Corporate tax and economic growth
Back to business as usual. The election is over. The new members of the National Assembly were chosen. Sooner or later, one of the political hot potatoes will be back on the table, again — corporate tax. Korea’s top corporate tax rate is 22 percent.
Going global
We’ve reached a tipping point in how the world works. The largest economy in the world is no longer the economy of any one country — it is the economy of the global trade of goods and services.
Survey app provider - fast and affordable
CEO of a startup IDINCU, survey app provider, talks about the service.
Euro-vulnerable banks
The crisis did not originate in Europe, but it is proving most severe and intractable there. In terms of the real economy, Europe is registering the worst declines in output, highest unemployment, and highest rates of company bankruptcies.
Cries for patent reform grow
Never mind the ongoing patent battles among global tech juggernauts, the growing demands by non-practicing entities (NPEs) or the so-called “patent trolls” have added more pain for tech companies, causing them to spend billions of dollars in lawsuits, settlements and insurance to prevent future hazards.
Universal welfare and its costs
Last November the National Assembly approved a bill that requires the government to fully subsidize the costs of child-care for all children between 0 and 2 years old. As a result of this bill, parents with children under the age of 3 do not have to pay for their child’s day-care services regardless of their income levels.
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