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Feb122016

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Expressing one’s love to another is a celebrated custom on Valentine’s Day. Sweethearts and family members present gifts to one another, such as cards, candy, flowers and other symbols of affection. Opinions differ as to who was the original Valentine, but the most popular theory is that he was a clergyman who was executed for secretly marrying couples in ancient Rome. In A.D.

Feb112016

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With a rapidly urbanizing population and burgeoning water needs, India’s cities are home to some of the most complicated water challenges on Earth. One-third of India’s 1.2 billion people currently live in the country’s main cities and over the next 40 years, India's population is expected to continue to grow by nearly half a billion.

Feb102016

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A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of joining more than one hundred reporters at the Hannover Exhibition Center in Germany for the Press Preview for Hannover Messe 2016. Roughly 40 companies presented their latest products and innovations to representatives of media outlets from all over the world.

Feb082016

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Strong cybersecurity starts at the top. When the CEO or the president of a company truly understands how critical cybersecurity is to their organization’s reputation and bottom line, the whole organization gets it. And it takes the whole organization working in concert to give a company, government agency, or non-profit a fighting chance to fend off today’s array of cyber threats.

Feb052016

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The goal of the trip for the PAC-DBIA members was to listen and learn, and in the near future, provide recommendations to President Obama and Secretary Pritzker that will guide the Administration’s policy choices with respect to enhancing commercial ties between the U.S. and countries across Africa.

Jan292016

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For more than 40 years, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, has partnered with business to help build this critical infrastructure and address some of the world’s biggest development challenges from poverty to food security to widespread power shortages.

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