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... a risk to India's projected 9% GDP growth and may result in a volatile political and economic environment." Critics of the government say that recent scandals point to a pervasive culture of corruption ...
... promote the right conduct in the market, it can also serve to develop and drive the policy of government. A government can get no better advice, certainly no better informed advice, than it will get from ...
... Barbados, Marlon Gordon. Gordon, an attorney, said that there was no excuse for wholesale discrimination against Jamaica nationals. "This arbitrary kind of behaviour that is being exhibited by the Government ...
... of policies for the time being pursued by national governments.  Competition policies, however, are not so uncontroversial or so universally accepted that they can be uniformly exported from one country ...
5. There is no spoon
(Blog/Policy)
... contributions;  where the governments, over several administrations traversing several decades, pursued policies which encourage business leaders to bribe public officials overseas;  that prosecutions ...
... cases, after which the Jamaican Government slapped heavy duties on cement imported from Indonesia, 56.21 per cent; Thailand, 87.91 per cent; and China, 96.27 per cent. The Trinidad-owned company has two ...
... and sales away from the Jamaican manufacturer. CCCL has won three previous anti-dumping cases, after which the Jamaican Government slapped heavy duties on cement imported from Indonesia, 56.21 per cent; ...
... of corruption fall more readily and more easily on poor Third World countries. When such allegations are made against governments in rich countries, they are quickly forgotten. Can you imagine if the allegation ...
9. Thick and fast
(Blog/Law)
... judge who heard the application described the conduct of the police the arrest and search of the Judge as, "... the gravest abuse of process" for which the Cayman Government paid US$1.275M in damages. ...

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