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Reserve Bank of India unlikely to cut rates before April 2017, claims EUI
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Reserve Bank of India unlikely to cut rates before April 2017,...

New Delhi :RBI is unlikely to reduce rates before April 2017, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), outgoing Governor Raghuram Rajan has tamed inflation by refusing to bow to the government's desire for lower rates. EIU has also ... Siasat Daily, 1 month ago
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Melbourne maintains status as World's Most Liveable City

Melbourne has maintained its status as the 'World's Most Liveable City' in the annual Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Global Liveability Index, partly as a result of its open spaces. Acknowledged for an unprecedented sixth consecutive year, ...
 Australasian Leisure Management1 month ago What Sydney and Melbourne get wrong  Herald Sun1 month ago What Sydney, Melbourne fail at  Perth Now1 month ago Melbourne rated world's most liveable city for sixth year in a row  AustraliaForum.com1 month ago
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CA Technologies report focuses on App economy

New Delhi [India]: A new report released today by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by CA Technologies studies the app economy and the interactions among three key stakeholder groups: start-ups, enterprises, and government. The ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago CA Technologies New Report Focuses on the App Economy and what Kinds of Collaborations among Governments Enterprises and Start ups are most Useful  India Online.in1 month ago When Economic Growth Doesn't Make People Happy  Yahoo! News2 weeks ago
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Toronto is the fourth-most livable city in the world, Economist says

The City of Toronto is fourth on the Economist Intelligence Unit's annual list of most liveable cities once again in 2016, a spot it has held each year
 CTV News1 month ago

Study finds the key drivers behind growing app economy in APJ

CA Technologies recently announced the Asia Pacific and Japan(APJ) results of a global Economist Intelligence Unit survey. Commissions to discover how the key players governments, enterprises and start-ups are navigating the application economy, ...
 IT Brief NZ3 weeks ago Public and Private Sector Collaboration Key to Growing Application Economy in Asia Pacific & Japan: CA Technologies Study  ARN3 weeks ago Public, private sector collaboration key to growing application economy in Asia Pacific, Japan: CA Technologies Study  Business Standard1 month ago Public pvt sector collaboration key to growing economy: Study  Money Control1 month ago
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Country Report Belarus 3rd Quarter

In October 2015 Alyaksandar Lukashenka won a fifth term as president. The Economist Intelligence Unit expects him to remain in office in 2016-17. Pro-government forces will continue to dominate parliament following the September 11th parliamentary ...
 Research and Markets3 weeks ago Hillary to win 2016 presidential election, but for one-term  Prokerala2 months ago 'Hillary to win 2016 presidential election, but for one-term'  Business Standard2 months ago
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Changes needed to boost end-of-life care in Canada: doctors

A group of doctors say Canada is ranked 18th worldwide by the Economist Intelligence Unit for provision of palliative care, and it lags behind Mongolia and Panama in strategies to develop and promote such services to patients. Sheryl Ubelacker, ...
 CTV News1 month ago Researchers call for expanding palliative care  IPolitics1 month ago End-of-life care lacking  Castanet.net1 month ago Canada ranked 18th in world for palliative care; doctors urge improvements  CTV News1 month ago
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Global Livability Ranking: Lagos Chooses to Be Resilient -By Steve Ayorinde

On Thursday August 18, The Economist's Intelligent Unit (EIU) released its Global Livability Ranking for this year, in which only 140 important cities of the world are rated according to five criteria stability, healthcare, culture and environment, ...
 OpinionNigeria2 weeks ago World's top 10 best cities to live in 2016  Kazakh TV1 month ago World's 10 best cities to live in  AOL UK1 month ago The most and least livable cities of 2016  MSN News US1 month ago
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Club of Mozambique

Mozambique will grow 3.6% this year, says Economist Intelligence Unit

File photo The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has this week cut Mozambique's growth forecast to 3.6 percent, half the rate registered in the last decade and the result of lower public spending, weak exports and disturbances in agricultural ...
 Club of Mozambique2 weeks ago Economist forecasts Angolan economy will grow 1.3 pct in 2016  IrishSun.com1 month ago
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Do your systems give you the capacity to grow?

Diane Harvey, Marketing Manager, Signum Solutions poses the question… As noted in the Economist Intelligence Unit's report, Scaling SMEs: Building a flexible platform for growth, investors care about what youre doing and are planning to do to ...
 IT Showcase Online2 weeks ago
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