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Message to spokespersons: meet changing world with more effective communication

Message to spokespersons: meet changing world with more effective communication

LEADING publicity officials and spokesperson aired their views on how to hone their communication skills at a forum held over the weekend in Shanghai. The forum, the first of its kind, was sponsored ...

Wan Lixin | November 8, 2016, Tuesday


Forum panelists speak of challenges

Forum panelists speak of challenges

YANG Yujun (Spokesman for the Ministry of Defense): Spokespersons today often confront hot-button issues. In the era of new media, tactics like “keeping quite” and “say-less-do-more” simply will not work. ...

Wan Lixin | November 8, 2016, Tuesday

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To eradicate AIDS, world governments must break cycle of ‘business as usual’

To eradicate AIDS, world governments must break cycle of ‘business as usual’

THE AIDS pandemic claimed around 36 million lives between 1981 and 2016, and a similar number around the world currently live with the HIV virus. Some 1.2 million people died of AIDS last year, and another ...

Jeffrey D. Sachs | December 2, 2016, Friday


Rising specter of protectionism and its implications

Rising specter of protectionism and its implications

The closest thing we can have to a certitude in terms of consequences of Donald Trump’s victory is that protectionism will increase, in the US, but through retaliatory moves everywhere. A rise in American ...

Jean-Pierre Lehmann | December 1, 2016, Thursday


German port operator sees opportunities in new Chinese-European trade routes

German port operator sees opportunities in new Chinese-European trade routes

WORLDWIDE discussions are underway regarding the future of foreign trade and free trade agreements. In 2011, Germany and China celebrated the opening of the North Silk Road, which started originally in ...

Christiane Isenberg | December 1, 2016, Thursday


To spur corporate innovation, accountants have to become more than bean counters

To spur corporate innovation, accountants have to become more than bean counters

WHEN it comes to innovation, the first image that comes to mind is usually a group of scientists in lab coats and protective eyewear. For a long time, many of us have tended to associate innovation exclusively ...

Ni Tao | November 30, 2016, Wednesday


Ancestors as models for sharing common good

Ancestors as models for sharing common good

Dear editor,With all the turmoil of recent days, I had not taken the time to tell you before this how much I enjoyed your fine column regarding the possible impact that classical Greek architecture had...

November 30, 2016, Wednesday


Asia needs shared vision and collective leadership to recover lost momentum

Asia needs shared vision and collective leadership to recover lost momentum

THERE is no question that Asia’s standing in the global economy is stronger than ever. The region now produces about 40 percent of the world’s GDP, measured according to purchasing power parity. During ...

Lee Jong-Wha | November 29, 2016, Tuesday


Region must focus on local talent, new study finds

Region must focus on local talent, new study finds

ASIA risks losing its competitiveness on the world stage if it continues to neglect the development of its own business talent, a major new study has shown. For the second year in a row, the region has ...

November 29, 2016, Tuesday


Books describe a nation divided

Books describe a nation divided

Both of these books — “White Rage” and “White Trash” — offer a different “take” on people historically disdained and/or discriminated against in the United States: poor whites and Afro-Americans....

Greg Cusack | November 25, 2016, Friday


 

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