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Najib touts Facebook for business success (The Malaysian Insider)

PEKAN, Feb 27 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak wants people to leverage on the popularity of social media network sites to generate economic activities through online business. He said social media were growing in popularity and should be used as a business tool and not just a platform for online interaction. “I encourage you to utilise the Internet and broadband not just for social … Originally...
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Micro Loans Help Women Start Businesses (WOWT Omaha)

For some women, looking to start or better their own business, money isn’t always easy to come by. When banks aren’t a possibility, where can women turn? Micro loans have helped millions of women internationally, and now Omaha is one of only two cities so far being serviced by a long-standing micro loan group. And low income women are finding empowerment. Read the original post: Micro...
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Entertainment Calendar (The Suncoast News Pinellas)

North Pinellas Entertainment Calendar, Feb. 27 – March Original post: Entertainment Calendar (The Suncoast News Pinellas)
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Saudi mortgage finance law to be enacted soon (MENAFN)

Saudi mortgage finance law to be enacted soon Link: Saudi mortgage finance law to be enacted soon (MENAFN)
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Saudi Mortgage Finance Law to be Enacted Soon (Zawya)

27 February 2010 JEDDAH – Although the mortgage industry in Saudi Arabia is nascent and a mortgage law has yet to be enacted, the Kingdom has historically maintained successful financial industry regulation and economic policies, according to a report by Capitas Group International, or CGI, a specialist in Shariah-compliant mortgage finance. See more here: Saudi Mortgage Finance Law to be Enacted...
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Banks may get less for their loans (Irish Examiner)

THE creation of the country’s, if not the world’s, biggest property owner got the go-ahead from the European Commission yesterday, but with some changes that will possibly see the banks getting less for their loans than originally agreed. See original here: Banks may get less for their loans (Irish Examiner)
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