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University students win CIMB ASEAN Stock Challenge 2014 contest held at the grand finale at the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) in Bangkok on 8th December 2014.
The Dark Rangers turned their $80,000 of virtual funds into $151,000, a capital increase of 90 per cent. They hail from Cambodia. It is the first time this country has participated in the competition and their stock market is new and not very active.
Bill Gates 2015 Annual Letter - The lives of people in poor countries will improve faster in the next 15 years than at any other time in history. And their lives will improve more than anyone else's.
Bill and Melinda Gates believe that life will improve for people in poor countries faster in the next 15 years than it ever has before. They discuss the breakthroughs in health, farming, banking, and education that will make that progress possible.
Hong Kong continues to be the No.1 economy in the Index of Economic Freedom for the year 2015. Its economic freedom score is 89.6. Its overall score has declined by 0.5 point since last year. This reflects a higher level of perceived corruption that outweighs small improvements in business freedom, labor freedom, and fiscal freedom.
Hong Kong, a global free port and financial hub, continues to thrive on the free flow of goods, services, and capital. As the economic and financial gateway to China, and with an efficient regulatory framework, low and simple taxation, and sophisticated capital markets, the territory continues to offer the most convenient platform for international companies doing business on the mainland. An impressive level of resilience has enabled it to navigate global economic swings and domestic shocks.
However, the economy’s institutional uniqueness, enshrined in its exceptional commitment to economic freedom and a high degree of autonomy pledged by the mainland, has faded a bit. Although Hong Kong maintains the features of an economically free society, economic decision-making has become somewhat more bureaucratic and politicized, and the government’s administrative scope and reach have expanded. Recent political events appear to have undermined public trust and confidence in the administration.