Migration, an interesting view!

Migration statistics

Migration statistics: Who’s moving where? By GE Look ahead Posted May 14, 2014 EMERGING MARKETS / ASIA, AUSTRALIA, EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA & TURKEY, NORTH AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA Global migration statistics, which keep tabs on who’s moving where, reveal interesting shifts in global migration patterns. According to the Wittgenstein Center for …

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Vanuatu Venture Invitation !

Venture into Vanuatu When contemplating a holiday, east coast Australians can feel restricted due to the long distance from most holiday hotspots. And yet too often, holidaymakers overlook their South Pacific neighbours, viewing them as ‘fly and flop’ type destinations, with little else besides a pretty beach and …

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Vanuatu bolsters cooperation with Vietnam

Vanuatu PM desires closer bonds with Vietnam The Republic of Vanuatu is eager to bolster cooperation with Vietnam in agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, trade and tourism, Prime Minister Joe Natuman told his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Tan Dung at their talks in Hanoi on October 6. PM Dung said …

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Vanuatu economy boosts by $31 million per year!

Cruise boosts Vanuatu economy 3 September 2014 Rebecca Gibson Cruise tourism injected AUS$34 million into the local economy of Pacific island Vanuatu in 2013, according to a new economic impact study. Jointly funded by cruise operator Carnival Australia, the Australian government, and World Bank Group member IFC, the Assessment …

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Vanuatu Tok Tok kicks off

Tok Tok kicks off with record crowds 29 August, 2014 Hannah Edensor Tok Tok Vanuatu 2014 has broken records for attendance as the first day of the tourism and trade event began yesterday. The event, in its 11th year, has attracted over 70 wholesalers and media guests from around …

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