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Public Enemy No.1
Subject: Public Enemy No.1
Send date: 2013-10-23 10:49:46
Issue #: 172
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She is a lawyer by profession. Although not educated in the US (she earned her law degree from the University of the Philippines), she holds the distinction as the first, and still the only, Asian woman to pass the New York State Bar Exam. Read more >>
And when you build a business on this natural cycle, you can usually take the company as far and as fast as it can go commercially. You don’t hold out, you don’t look back. But a Filipino couple’s game plan couldn’t be more unorthodox than deriving a beverage from animal dung. Read more >>
When Deng Xiaoping began promoting market reforms in the mainland, a collective sigh of relief swept China’s long-suffering proletariat. For many aspiring entrepreneurs the national leadership’s policy shift meant new horizons. With the worst excesses of the Cultural Revolution behind them, a restricted and in many ways suffocating freedom could now be enjoyed by those willing to take their chances in business. Read more>>

 

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