Press Releases with tag "european union"
PHD Chamber of Commerce International Women’s Day Celebrations Sangam University Knowledge Partner
Educating girls is the best way to bring progress for women as Female literacy has considerable multiplier effects in all areas of women empowerment and educational empowerment alone can transform women into powerful agents of social change.
CFO Conducts Manila Consultative Meeting for December Confab on Migration Trends and Key Issues in SEA Countries and the EU
The CFO held a meeting meant to set agreements for the upcoming three conferences on migration and development, the first to be held in Manila in December.
EU EPAs To Headline The Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment Summit
The Afria-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment will host 6000 delegates and 300 exhibitors from 61 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe for the 3 day summit.
Igor Purlantov Optimistic on Serbia Joining European Union by 2015
Serbia on Track to Join EU within 5 Years by Igor Purlantov
BEMOSA to Host Special Open Workshop on Airport Security in Brussels on May 25
The workshop, which will focus on applying human factors to airport security, is specifically tailored to the needs of security professionals, airport management officials, providers of airport security services and training, and apublic officials.
Romania Voices Support for Syrian People
Romania express support for Syrian Arab Republic territorial integrity as is stated in all international law and United Nations Charta with territory of Golan as a integral part of Syrian Arab Republic as stated in the UN Charta.
Important and Thought-Provoking New Book Release Focuses on the Economic Problems Facing the European Union
The European Union began as a gathering of neighboring countries with the
like-minded goal of peace. What has developed is unseen economic instability
and national turmoil, and a solution to this problem must be found for the
sake of the world.
Economic Outlook: After the Bailout
Financiers are hoping to plug a serious budget gap in Ireland, the result of falling tax revenues and having to inject $65.7 billion in banks that were suffering from sour loans.
Economic Outlook: Deja Vu in Europe - UPI.com
Germany's reaction to the Irish bank crisis sounds like deja vu all over again, which is to say it sounds like Greece revisited.