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Bac Ninh: Two localities achieve new-style rural criteria (2/14/17 11:01 AM) (Ministry of Construction of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam)

14 February 2017 06:53:39 WN.com - Asia News

(Source: Ministry of Construction of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam) Bac Ninh (VNA) - Tu Son town and Tien Du district in the northern province of Bac Ninh have been recognised as new-style rural districts for the 2016-2020 period. Tu Son and Tien Du are the first...

Vice All News Time14 February 2017 06:53:39


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International BNE services boost regional QLD growth in 2016 (BAC - Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited)

13 February 2017 06:16:15 WN.com - Asia News

(Source: BAC - Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited) New airlines, direct services, the upgrading of aircraft and increased flights to/from several global destinations all contributed to a 5 per cent year on year growth in international passengers through Brisbane Airport (BNE) in 2016. International passenger numbers grew by nearly 256,000 to more than 5.4 million travellers in 2016. Domestic passenger volumes also increased by 1.7 per cent to more than 17.2 million, or 281,000+ more travellers than 2015. In total, BNE's passenger numbers - domestic and international - grew by 2.4 per cent to nearly 22.7 million for the year. While business travel ensured passenger numbers between...

Vice All News Time13 February 2017 06:16:15


Coordination Meeting Between ASEAN-BAC and Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ASEAN Business Advisory Council)

19 December 2016 09:39:02 WN.com - World News

(Source: ASEAN Business Advisory Council) Left (top to bottom): Mr. Thomas Hartono, Ms. Nancy Martasuta, Mr. Hans Lukiman Middle (left to right): Mr. Anangga Roosdiono, Mr. Subronto Laras Right (top to bottom): Mr. Sri Martono, Mr. Ahmad Andaro, Mr. Iwan D. Hanafi, Ms. Dian Suralaga, Mr. Sayid Irwan Jakarta, 18 November 2016. The ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) Indonesia and Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) met on 18 November 2016 in...

Vice All News Time19 December 2016 09:39:02


Bladex co-leads successful syndication of a US$85 million three-Year Senior Unsecured Amortizing Facility for Banco BAC San José, S.A. (Costa Rica) (BLADEX - Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior SA)

24 June 2016 15:17:46 WN.com - America News

(Source: BLADEX - Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior SA) da8d0dbf-5d8f-4091-ba52-d85e3d2df20c.pdf FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bladex co-leads successful syndication of a US$85 million three-Year Senior Unsecured Amortizing Facility for Banco BAC San José, S.A. (Costa Rica) Panama City, Republic of Panama, June 24, 2016 - Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior, S.A. ("Bladex" or "the Bank"; NYSE: BLX) announced the recent closing of a US$85 million,...

Vice All News Time24 June 2016 15:17:46


Ramadan : Moroccan Bac Candidate Smokes Cigarettes in Front of His Peers

09 June 2016 17:32:44 Morocco World News

Rabat - A Moroccan high school student from Casablanca could not resist the lack of nicotine and smoked a cigarette in daylight in Ramadan. This year, the baccalaureate exam took place during the first days of Ramadan. If fasting affects the performance of students on regular days, it has proven to be an even more difficult duty to undertake for those taking the baccalaureate exam. According to ChoufTV, a student at Lycée Moulay Idriss in Casablanca experienced these symptoms during his exam. Affected strongly by the lack of nicotine in his system, the young student could not resist and decided to smoke in front of his peers and professors after finishing his first physics and chemistry test. Responses to his action varied, but many people on social networks showered the student with support and defended him, saying that anyone could have acted this way in times of pressure and stress. Without a doubt, the grueling pressure and rising temperatures have taken their toll on certain students. In fact, the Muslim Theological Council of France has noted the long fasting hours, along with physical and intellectual efforts, decrease people’s blood sugar level, in turn leading to a diminished intellectual performance. Furthermore, a low level of blood sugar will trigger feelings of fatigue, uneasiness, sleepiness and will result in lower levels of concentration. This affects those taking the baccalaureate exam, which may have a direct impact on their future. The post Ramadan : Moroccan Bac Candidate Smokes Cigarettes in Front of His Peers appeared first on Morocco World News .

Vice All News Time09 June 2016 17:32:44


Bac Exams in Morocco: More Than 3,000 Cases of Cheating Recorded

07 June 2016 17:43:04 Morocco World News

Rabat - Despite the government’s decision to impose prison terms on students caught cheating or convicted of leaking national exams, the fraud seems very hard to eradicate in Moroccan schools. Of the 306,000 students taking the regional baccalaureate exam, the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training has reportedly recorded 3,048 cases of cheating, more than 1 percent. The ministry said that instances of cheating were reducedfrom previous years. It also said that several people who illegally distributed the contents of the exam were "caught red-handed" and "surrendered to security authorities." The ministry claimed that "administrative disciplinary measures were taken against several officials and assistants in the management of examinations because of their lack of firmness in the application of measures against cheating.” The Moroccan government has already defined cheating on exams as “a form of fraud and deception in school exams to get a certificate or national diplomas.” If adopted, the law states that anyone caught in the act of cheating or aiding in the process will face one month to one year inprison, and a fine ranging from MAD 5,000 to 10,000. Prior to the exams, the ministry led an awareness campaign to about the dangers of cheating at the national exams in different high schools around the country. Students were taken aback when they found specialized law enforcement units patrolling examination centers and teachers equipped with metal detectors for discovering electronic devices forbidden within the confines of the examination centers. Some Moroccan associations call for reviewing the restraining laws imposed on students, recognizing the “importance and necessity of the adoption of legal arsenal to eradicate and treat the cheating phenomenon,” but concerned that “it will not be greatly effective, unless it is accompanied with educational, societal and pedagogical treatment during the schooling years.” The post Bac Exams in Morocco: More Than 3,000 Cases of Cheating Recorded appeared first on Morocco World News .

Vice All News Time07 June 2016 17:43:04


Bac 2016: More Than 3,000 Cases of Cheating Recorded in Morocco

07 June 2016 16:30:35 Morocco World News

Rabat - Despite the government’s decision to impose prison terms on students caught cheating or convicted of leaking national exams, the fraud seems very hard to eradicate in Moroccan schools. Of the 306,000 students taking the regional baccalaureate exam, the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training has reportedly recorded 3,048 cases of cheating, more than 1 percent. The ministry said that instances of cheating were reducedfrom previous years. It also said that several people who illegally distributed the contents of the exam were "caught red-handed" and "surrendered to security authorities." The ministry claimed that "administrative disciplinary measures were taken against several officials and assistants in the management of examinations because of their lack of firmness in the application of measures against cheating.” The Moroccan government has already defined cheating on exams as “a form of fraud and deception in school exams to get a certificate or national diplomas.” If adopted, the law states that anyone caught in the act of cheating or aiding in the process will face one month to one year inprison, and a fine ranging from MAD 5,000 to 10,000. Prior to the exams, the ministry led an awareness campaign to about the dangers of cheating at the national exams in different high schools around the country. Students were taken aback when they found specialized law enforcement units patrolling examination centers and teachers equipped with metal detectors for discovering electronic devices forbidden within the confines of the examination centers. Some Moroccan associations call for reviewing the restraining laws imposed on students, recognizing the “importance and necessity of the adoption of legal arsenal to eradicate and treat the cheating phenomenon,” but concerned that “it will not be greatly effective, unless it is accompanied with educational, societal and pedagogical treatment during the schooling years.” The post Bac 2016: More Than 3,000 Cases of Cheating Recorded in Morocco appeared first on Morocco World News .

Vice All News Time07 June 2016 16:30:35


BAC Earnings, EPS $0.21, Bank Of America Login For Call With CEO Brian Moynihan, Net ...

14 April 2016 13:55:27 WN.com - America News

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) reported first quarter 2016 earnings this morning. Highlights of the bank’s financial results included EPS of $0.21, in line with the Wall Street analyst estimate consensus of $0.21 and revenues of $19.7 billion, missing the street consensus of $20.30 billion by $600 million or 2.96 percent. CEO Brian Moynihan, who has a net worth estimated to be more than $15 million, and the management team will host a conference call at 8:30 a.m. ET. Investors can listen-in at the Bank of America login for the call. Bank of America’s reported EPS equates to year over year growth of -22.20 percent. The company’s revenue figure is down 8.03 percent,...

Vice All News Time14 April 2016 13:55:27


Brisbane Airport voted Best Airport in Australia/Pacific in Skytrax global awards (BAC - Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited)

17 March 2016 03:02:57 WN.com - Asia News

(Source: BAC - Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited) Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is celebrating after Brisbane Airport (BNE) was named Best Airport (Australia/Pacific) in the prestigious global Skytrax World Airport Awards 2016 at a gala industry event held in Cologne, Germany overnight. BNE also ranked 4th in Best Airports in the World (servicing 20-30 million passengers), and increased its position to 17th in the World's Top 100 Airports list, up from 20/100 in 2015. Edward Plaisted, CEO of Skytrax, said, 'It is a fabulous achievement for...

Vice All News Time17 March 2016 03:02:57


Bac Ninh gets specialised technology centre

18 September 2015 21:19:17 Vietnam News latest RSS headlines - Vietnam Tribune.com

BAC NINH (VNS) -- The Bac Ninh People's Committee today inaugurated a specialised technology centre in Bac Ninh General Hospital. At the inauguration ceremony, Deputy ...

Vice All News Time18 September 2015 21:19:17