It is ultimately an attempt to help the trainees to emancipate their minds, improve themselves and their future prospects, the white paper
Peace, development and win-win cooperation remain the irreversible trends of the times, the white paper
noted, adding that there are prominent destabilizing factors and uncertainties in international security, and the world is not yet a tranquil place.
'The White Paper
will help the ministry and the new management of Felda to come up with a way forward for the recovery of Felda,' he said.
The PML-N spokesperson said the white paper
was only being issued by the PML-N and was not a coordinated effort of all the opposition parties.
Some efforts are already underway to close the gender/talent gap, according to the white paper
At the forum, Huawei and IHS Markit jointly released two white papers
-- Video as a Core Service for Telcos (Video as a Core Service) and Mobile Video Opportunities for Operators (Mobile Video) .
The party blasted Governor Fayose for allegedly trying to frustrate Fayemi politically, saying 'his so-called White Paper
is not only laughable but also a disgrace to all Ekiti people home and abroad with the way that Fayose has taken ignorance, vendetta and debauchery to a ridiculous level.
The new white paper
released by EvoSwitch today counts 30 pages and is available in English.
The White Paper
highlights the shortcomings in the last 15-year rule.
But by far the most innovative political strategic shift in the 1987 White Paper
was the honest and unadulterated opinion, emphasized throughout the document, that Canada needs to do more to guarantee the defence and security of its own territory.
The release by the New Zealand government of its much-anticipated Defence White Paper
2016 has coincided with important geopolitical changes in the Asia-Pacific region.
Topics and experts featured in the tea-business white paper