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Finding your empathic business opportunity

Businesses worldwide love buzzwords. Once they find one they like, they will use it over and over until it loses its meaning in many cases. Among the current favourites are disruption, blockchain, cryptocurrency, and so on. One that I’d like to touch upon is “empathy”. Source: Business

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BAAC positive about scheme

Even though a mere 500,000 farmers have joined the government’s three-year debt repayment extension scheme, the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) believes 80-90% of the 3.81 million qualified farmers will participate by the time the registration period ends in December. Source: Business

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Despite seed concerns, CPTPP study to proceed

A study of the benefits and impacts of joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), a newly formed bloc of 11 Pacific Rim nations excluding the US, is likely to be finished later this year. Source: Business

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