Skilled refugees struggle to access US job market

Skilled refugees struggle to access US job market
Fulbright scholar and Ivy League graduate Rafi Sherzad amassed years of experience in economic development in his native Afghanistan before, fearing for his safety, he was granted political asylum in the United States. That led him to … “The main …
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China Sets 6.5% to 7% Growth Target, First Range Since 1990s
While downward pressure on the economy is “relatively big” in the first quarter, China can meet the goal, National Development and Reform Commission Chairman Xu Shaoshi said Wednesday at a briefing in Beijing. … The country should cut zombie firms …
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Energy-friendly chip can perform powerful artificial-intelligence tasks
In recent years, some of the most exciting advances in artificial intelligence have come courtesy of convolutional neural networks, large virtual networks of simple information-processing units, which are loosely modeled on the anatomy of the human …
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IATA Calls Ethiopian Air Cargo Market the Fourth Fastest Growing in the World

IATA Calls Ethiopian Air Cargo Market the Fourth Fastest Growing in the World
We know that it is happening in Kenya and South Africa. … "Our cargo business has strong competitive advantages such as recognized brand in Africa, strategic location, low unit cost advantages, economies of scale with strong hub and spoke network …
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Is the alliance at breaking point?
The working class must understand that at play in post-1994 South Africa is the battle to death between forces of capitalist reaction and those of socialism, as the only solution to the crisis of humanity and development. We must resist all attempts to …
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