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 to have TV on Mobile Phones

The Vanuatu government  has approved the VBTC lead digital TV program The program once up and running will provide TV access to mobile phones. The television industry in Vanuatu has steadily undergone dramatic transformation over the years since televisions first appeared in the country Huawei Technologies CO Ltd …

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Vanuatu, China pledge to boost cooperation

China, Vanuatu pledge to boost cooperation Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister of Vanuatu Joe Natuman met in Nanjing on Sunday, pledging to boost bilateral cooperation. Hailing Natuman as an old friend of the Chinese people, Xi said the Vanua’aku Party, of which Natuman is a founding …

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Vanuatu: where only the menu has changed

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An unspoiled, tribal way of life still holds sway in the South Pacific islands of Vanuatu. But, as Nick Squires is relieved to discover, they don’t eat visitors any more.  A dozen semi-naked men ululated in a jungle clearing as the ticklish business of how best to cook a human …

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Vanuatu ups their welcome to cruising sailors with new approach

  Vanuatu ups their welcome to cruising sailors with new approach What a photo of the volcano on one of Vanuatu,s 83  islands, only one of three places in the world where you can do this !Include it on your bucket list? ‘Eric photographing volcano from above’    . What a government does …

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Vanuatu: 700 million worldwide wants to migrate

Gallup World surveys found 700 million worldwide wants to permanently leave their home country — a total that is more than the entire adult population of North and South America combined. A Country’s Richest Citizens Report Greatest Desire to Migrate What are the social and ethical implications of …

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18 Jun 2014 Show Topic: Lifestyles and Real Estate of the South Pacific

Relocation Reporter Brian Thomas and Richard Butler, Trade commissioner for the republic of Vanuatu to Queensland Australia, bring to you some phenomenal investment tips emanating from the south Pacific islands. Par for the course, expect an on the scene report from an expat, now living and prospering on …

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“I love Vanuatu, and I’m always dreaming of going back there,” Jessica Mauboy

After performing in front of 180 million people  at the Eurovision Song Contest Jessica states, “I love Vanuatu, and I’m always dreaming of going back there,” she said. Jessica Mauboy reveals how she travels all around the world and how you can too 19 HOURS AGO JUNE 01, 2014 12:13AM  from news.com.au …

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Vanuatu will get you back to nature

How to get back to nature in Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu 30 May, 2014 Anne Majumdar travel weekly Back in the 17th century, Spanish explorer Pedro De Quiros first set foot on Espiritu Santo, mistakenly thinking he had found Australia. Although nowhere near as large as Australia, it is the largest …

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Vanuatu second biggest Pacific tourist destination

How to get back to nature in Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu 30 May, 2014 Anne Majumdar travel weekly Back in the 17th century, Spanish explorer Pedro De Quiros first set foot on Espiritu Santo, mistakenly thinking he had found Australia. Although nowhere near as large as Australia, it is the largest …

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