Archive for December, 2008

: New Thai Policies Not Junta-Friendly (Thailandnews.net)

BANGKOK, Dec 30 (IPS) - If Burma’s military regime is showing signs of worry about the change of guard that has taken place in neighbouring Thailand, there are good reasons.Thailand’s new co…

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Spammers prey on job hunters (The Journal News)

Be a lazy Google millionaire. Earn $64 an hour from home. Get 250 business cards free. These are just some of the 80-plus junk e-mail messages, known as spam, that are pouring into John Gembecki’s inbox on a daily basis since he started looking for a job in July.

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Embattled surgeon Alex Zakharia hangs on to license (Miami Herald)

Fifteen months after promising a federal judge he would surrender his medical license, heart surgeon Alex Zakharia still has a clear license in the state of Florida.

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Eastday (Eastday.com)

China’s Ministry of Land and Resources(MLR) said on Tuesday that it has issued a circular with 10 other authorities to step up land use planning and management after the country unveiled measures to stimulate domestic demand.

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Reforming medical malpractice system will cut costs (USA Today)

Reforming medical malpractice system will cut costs Mark Haas, M.D. - Timonium, Md. A USA TODAY article discussed possible solutions to controlling health care costs while providing care to the millions of Americans who lack medical insurance (”Health care up…

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