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But the universal constraints of demography, geography, climate, diseases, diet, status hierarchies, and gender roles, although different in each society, are also all affected by global events.
This sense of openness indicates anew consciousness of being a global community.
For decades, the prevailing wisdom for companies expanding oversea was: "Think global, act local.
In that year, Global Policy Forum, an influential think tank headquartered on UN grounds in New York, initiated its Internet information program on the Tobin tax.
The global economy is an inter-linked economy and is increasingly a borderless world for business.
The Beam Global Spirits & Wine Marketing Code of Practice complements all local laws under which Beam Global products are sold.
PAG confirms that top executives who consider their companies successful internationally spend 40 percent of their time on global issues.
Global Dignity (GD) is an initiative founded by YGLs HRH Crown Prince Haakon Magnus of Norway; Pekka Himanen, Professor of Philosophy, University of Art and Design Helsinki and Visiting Professor, Oxford University; and "Silver Rights" movement activist and Operation HOPE, Founder, Chairman and CEO, John Hope Bryant last year during the WEF Annual Meeting 2006.
Global Citizenship Week has become an essential component of HSGC's curriculum, which educates youth about complex global issues and provides them with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in school, pursue higher education, and become active participants in the democratic process.
Today, the Russell Global Index covers 98% of the investable global market, including more than 10,000 stocks, divided into a family of indexes that cover 22 regions and 63 countries.
The Fund offers exposure to an asset class that has historically delivered strong, long-term performance versus global stocks and global bonds(1), has low correlation to other global equities and global bonds and has the potential to diversify an investment portfolio, while also reducing volatility(2).
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