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New global research presented by The Economist Intelligence Unit revealed that young employees were the ones likely to drive change in D&I.
According to the latest survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Singapore retained its title for the fourth straight year, with its rival Hong Kong staying second and Switzerland's capital, Zurich taking third spot.

Traditional banking is a thing of the past, at least according to 203 senior retail banking executives surveyed by The Economist Intelligence Unit. According to an Economist Intelligence Unit report for Temenos, the EU's Second Payment Services ...
Singapore is the world's most expensive city for the fourth year running according to The Economist Intelligence Unit's Worldwide Cost of Living 2017.
The report was prepared by The Economist Intelligence Unit, the research and analysis division of The Economist Group. While last year it was 118, it moved up the list this year, sharing its position with Johannesburg, South Africa's biggest city.
The Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) latest democracy Index 2016 shows 72 countries (out of 167) experienced a decline in democratic values last year.

London has plummeted down a list of the world's priciest cities to live in, making it the cheapest it's been for two decades.
The biannual report prepared by The Economist Intelligence Unit compares more than 400 individual prices across 160 products and services, including food, drink, clothing, home rents, transport, utility bills, private schools, domestic help and ...
The cost of living in Kathmandu is higher than in New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Karachi, a latest report says.
You're in luck. The Economist Intelligence Unit's bi-annual report of the world's most and least expensive cities to live in has just been revealed and for South Africans, the news is twice as good.
A recent report by the The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) entitled Pride and Prejudice: Agents of change found that many executives still perceive intolerance toward LGBT people inside their firms.
2 on The Economist Intelligence Unit's cost of living survey - are already beyond Singapore's, which are skewed higher by car-registry fees.
A recent report by The Economist has named Lagos, Nigeria the second least expensive city out of 133 cities surveyed around the world.
Singapore is still the most expensive place in the world to buy and run a car and the second-priciest destination for clothes, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit. Singapore has been judged the world's most expensive city for expatriates for a ...
London, March 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - companies need to look beyond labels such as gay or lesbian and embrace the whole spectrum of ...
Amman - Amman, together with Milan, ranked 29th internationally in the Worldwide Cost of Living Report 2017, which also ranked the capital as the most expensive Arab city to live in.
The EIU's Cost of Living index compares factors such as wages and the prices of more than 150 items - including bread, wine, cigarettes, and unleaded...

... times annual salary, part-time workers face five-fold NICs increase and for sale: Pierre Cardin's bubble palace. Singapore has world's highest cost of living, as cities from Australia and New Zealand overtake UK capital, says the Economist ...
Renee Friedman, the editor of the report from The Economist Intelligence Unit, added: "banks will increasingly have to adapt their culture and digital strategies to their customers' needs if they are to compete, not expect their customers to bend to ...
Singapore retains its title as the world's most expensive city for a fourth consecutive year, according to the latest cost-of-living survey from The Economist Intelligence Unit, our sister company. The survey, which compares the prices of 160 goods and ...
The Economist Intelligence Unit believes that in this transformational phase lies a plethora of opportunities for the private sector to lead the next phase of development in the GCC through PPPs, SMEs, transfer of knowledge, and developing home grown ...
According to The Economist Intelligence Unit's ranking of the cost of living in 133 major cities, Kyiv - with a population of 3 million people - is the eighth cheapest major city in the world.
According to a report by The Economist Intelligence Unit's world rankings, this is almost solely due to the Brexit-inspired fall in the value of sterling.
PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur is the least expensive city in Asean to live in, while Singapore remains the world's most expensive.
Rupee under downward pressure despite past rate hikes* Economic growth slows on past tightening* Eight out of 15 analysts predict steady rates,.
The wallet-burning cost of living in Australia's largest cities has been highlighted again, with Sydney and Melbourne ranked among the most expensive in the ...
New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru are among the 10 cheapest cities in the world to live in, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) Worldwide Cost of Living 2017 report released 21 March. Bengaluru comes in at 131 in a ranking of ...
"The BJP campaigned on several issues and 'development' was only one of them," said Firat Unlu, lead India analyst with The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). "The choice of Adityanath makes sense as it will help solidify the BJP's gains among the ...
It's campaign season in Hong Kong, and on the streets of the city's Wan Chai district, John Tsang is getting mobbed.
According to a worldwide cost of living survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit, which compares the cost of a basket of 150 goods across 133 cities around the world, Singapore is the the most expensive major city on Earth.
The wallet-burning cost of living in Australia's largest cities has been highlighted again, with Sydney and Melbourne ranked among the most expensive in the world.
Half of the world's ten most expensive cities to live in are in Asia, with Singapore and Hong Kong firmly defending their top two spots from a year ago, according to a new survey from The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). The findings were released ...
India ranks a low 67 out of 80 countries in the latest report on the status of palliative care, the "Quality of Death" index, prepared by The Economist Intelligence Unit. Its "score" in this index is 26 out of 100, while the top-ranking country, the ...
Singapore ranked seventh out of 17 Asian economies surveyed, based on a survey conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit in September last year. It came behind regional players such as Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan, and has drawn ...
The Economist Intelligence Unit believes that in this transformational phase lies a plethora of opportunities for the private sector to lead the next phase of development in the GCC through PPPs, SMEs, transfer of knowledge, and developing home grown ...
Low oil prices on international markets will lead Angola's state budget to continue to show significant deficits between 2017 and 2021, although 5.7% of GDP projected for this year is expected to fall to 4.3% in 2021, according to the Economist ...
There is a long history of government and political party involvement on university campuses in India, said Firat Unlu, an analyst with The Economist Intelligence Unit. However, he said that the speed at which the term anti-national has been picked up ...
Hong Kong came in as the second most costly city in the world in 2016, after Singapore and before Zurich, according to the London-based Economist Intelligence Unit. Jon Copestake, editor of the unit's cost of living survey, said Hong Kong should be ...
Today, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) unveils a snapshot of its latest research around the status of LGBT people in the business world.
The world's most liveable cities for 2017 were revealed by Mercer this week (Vienna took the top spot and London didn't get a look it).
A controversial deal between Google's artificial intelligence unit DeepMind and The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has come under fire for "inexcusable" failings and a lack of transparency in an academic paper published in Health and technology ...
Dr Beard used the Economists Intelligence Unit's democracy Index report, published in 2016, which ranked different nations based on how democratic they were.
"Probably because he noticed [supporting Trump] was hurting him in the polls," said Pepijn Bergsen, Netherlands analyst for The Economist Intelligence Unit. Wilders also may have been hurt by the political chaos surrounding Brexit. Dutch support for ...
Recently, a joint report by the Intelligence Unit of the London-based weekly, The Economist and internet.org confirmed that 141.5 million Bangladeshis lack access to the internet, placing Bangladesh in the fifth lowest position among the world's top ...
The capital of Victoria also takes great pride in being named The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)'s 'most liveable city' since 2011.
According to The Economist Intelligence Unit, South Africa's health care spending, which totaled $29.8 billion in 2013, is projected to increase steadily from 2014 to 2018, to a total of $39 billion.
And when we look at The Economist Intelligence Unit we see that The Philippines were one of the strongest growing economies in that part of Asia for quite a few number of years now.
The 2016 democracy Index report from The Economist Intelligence Unit says democracy is, indeed, on the decline. Per the report, 72 countries saw democratic values erode in 2016 alone.
The number of Macau hotel rooms available for occupancy is expected to increase by 39 percent over the next several years. That's according to a new report from the local government in the Special Administrative Region that cites ongoing construction ...
Miguel Chanco, lead ASEAN analyst for The Economist Intelligence Unit, disagreed that microfinance did not benefit household welfare, maintaining that it "has proven very beneficial in uplifting many people out of poverty, especially in Asia".


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