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To maintain growth, India must focus on innovation
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To maintain growth, India must focus on innovation

The creative productivity index prepared by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of the Asian Development Bank is intellectually distinctive in two ways. First, it is focused. It does not look everywhere, but at 24 mostly Asian economies that need special policy insights as they face a "middle-income trap". You cannot keep on growing by simply investing more and more and using up raw materials that are getting scarce, even as your wage rates no longer remain low. China is an example, with ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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Philippines found wanting in innovation

The Creative Productivity Index developed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Economist Intelligence Unit -- and which the regional lender released on Friday -- placed the Philippines 18 th among the 24 markets. This index aims to give ...
 Business World1 week ago New index ranks Asia's most efficient innovators  Deutsche Welle1 week ago ADB and EIU create new creative productivity index  Yahoo Philippines News1 week ago Lanka placed 19 out of 22 in Asian Creative Productivity Index  Sri Lanka Island1 week ago
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World's Best Places to Live: The Global Liveability Index

The Economist Intelligence Unit's annual liveability index has been out for a couple of weeks now and Lagos remains at the bottom of the list. The ranking assesses which locations around the world provide the best or the worst living conditions.
 Architect Africa Online5 days ago Kuwait tops Mena region in DuPont's global food security index  Trade Arabia1 week ago Opinion: Dublin is a great place to live, but not necessarily when youre old  TheJournal.ie1 week ago DuPont-Sponsored 2014 Global F ...  World Connector Net1 week ago
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Freedom and the Free Lance Spymaster

A US citizen, Bennett Voyles is a Paris-based observer of global trends.He was formerly with the Economist Intelligence Unit What's next for Julian Assange? Next to 10 Downing Street, 3 Hans Crescent may be the safest address in London ...
 Open1 week ago

European Companies Ill-Prepared to Support Business Collaboration

Economist Intelligence Unit research says European firms view collaboration as strategic, but few tap tools, processes to achieve it SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--September 16, 2014-- Technology has made it easier than ever for companies ...
 Scottrade5 days ago
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40percent of Asian Companies Report Significant Economic Loss from Data Breaches

A new report published by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Sharing the blame: How companies are collaborating on data security breaches, shows that such breaches occur at a high rate at companies in Asia. A survey of over 200 senior executives in Asia ...
 Silicon India2 months ago

The future of broadband in South-East Asia

Report Summary A new report published today by The Economist Intelligence Unit finds that progress in providing faster broadband access varies significantly across South-East Asia, despite the economic opportunities being well acknowledged. ...
 Economist18 hours ago Growing together? Free trade and Asia's technology sector  Economist18 hours ago Broadband implementation still uneven in SEA  KiniBiz3 days ago Malaysia is the only developing country in Asean with affordable broadband  Malaysia Edge2 days ago

A city in its death throes

By all accounts Dhaka is in its death throes. According to the 2013 Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) Global Liveability Survey, the capital city of Bangladesh is the second least liveable one among 140 cities after war-torn Syrian city Damascus.
 Financial Express Bangladesh3 days ago
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Guts and gigabytes: How UK business leaders rank the two Gs in decision making

The new report "Guts & Gigabytes" published by PwC and written by The Economist Intelligence Unit found that U.K.-based business leaders prefer to lead by their gut--based on intuition and experience--rather than follow behind data and analytics.
 Fierce Big Data6 days ago Business people worldwide optimistic about the future  Troy Media5 days ago Big business decisions driven by gut instinct as well as gigabytes  Global Accountant Web1 week ago Businesses are ignoring data analytics and big data and instead are making decisions based on gut instincts says a new PwC report  Cloud Computing Intelligence1 week ago
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Palliative care and critical care join hands to achieve excellence in end-of-life care

The 2010 report on this study commissioned by Lien Foundation and conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit lamented the incalculable surfeit of suffering, not just for those about to die, but also for their loved ones. Clearly, the deeper ...
 EHospice1 week ago World Health-Care Leaders Address Global Health Issues and Practices at The Economist's Health Care Forum  Executive Insight5 days ago
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