It was decided in the meeting to start protest from February 6 on the government policies
especially against enforcement of gas tax, orange train project and non transparent privatisation.
The trade unions say government policies
only target the workers with extended pension age limits, a freeze of the automatic link between wages and inflation and cuts in public services which will hit the population as a whole.
Government revenues from coal accounted for roughly 36 billion in revenues in 2011, but the energy source received transfers of 4 billion as result of government policies
English government policies
and the City of London have destroyed Welsh industry.
such as helping insulate homes and promoting the installation of more energy efficient boilers are helping reduce the rise in household gas and electricity bills, according to a report.
Soon after the release of an internal government report that found spending on indigenous projects 'yielded dismally poor returns to date', Amnesty found the government policies
'fall below international human rights standards,' the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
They strongly criticised over the government policies
including price hike, escalating oil prices and ever-increasing poverty rate, therefore, the county has been reached at the threshold of destruction due to wrong policies.
Summary: Rabat - The Moroccan government on Thursday approved a bill on the creation of an agency that would promote aquaculture in the country by helping implement government policies
in the filed.
This assessment of government policies
toward the promotion of alternative fuels made from agricultural products is presented by the OECD, using data prepared by one of its policy analysts in the Trade and Agriculture Directorate.
LABOUR politicians have consistently supported Government policies
on post offices so they are crying crocodile tears over their closure.
Other contributors present data and analysis to guide government policies
relating to such areas as intellectual property rights, technology adoption, and problems in transferring technology from developed to developing countries.
Expertly compiled and deftly edited by Janet Rothenberg Pack (Professor of Business and Public Policy, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and Nonresident Senior Fellow in the Brookings Institution's "Metropolitan Policy Program"), Sunbelt/Frostbelt: Public Policies And Market Forces In Metropolitan Development presents a number of contributions by scholars focusing upon the role of government policies
and competitive market forces in shaping growth patterns in the five metropolitan areas of Chicago, Lost Angeles, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Pittsburgh.