old header - feb 2023 in hong kong to discuss how much has changed since dec 2019 death of abed and decade of Bangladesh as number 1 cooperation space- will be updating soon - with singapore friends, we have huge cooperations planned new york march 2023 glasgow june 2023 - mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if your city in middle of scaling cooperations with UN tech envoy office or 23-24 college year buildinup to UNsummit future DUBAI + 2021 Entrepreneurial Revolutions top 12 countdown 2025report.com

dhaka : hk hkft singapore  2 oxbridge Netherlands ...glasgow adam smith cop26 november with italy &. 3abc hong kong fintech 4abc seoul and busan 5abc Vienna geneva & Hague 6abc ny state community corridors 7abc nordica
8abc haidian-beijing youth 9abc barcelona rome 10 abc uae stanford & valley ,, boston 12 abc tokyo ER begun 1976 The Economist 1 2
lives matter-can human-tech leap over value chains of shelf -safety*health*education*loveq*finance Economist's Macrae Norman Foundation 17 sdgs Map-Notes G1M.N : G2 M.N : G3 M.N : G4 M.N: G5 M:N

Thursday, December 31, 2009

carribean round up

bout quarter of al nations are small island developing nations with small pops but huge ocean estates they often get  worst of climate and worst of global financial system see unctad pre-rehearsal for unga74 in 2019- possibly the majpriy of all sids qare in the carribean- they depend on us tourism and their mixrures of native people and/or historical traps of plantation/slave markets desrve far more positive sport than usa ever gives- its amazing how politically fubded rights movememts out of washington dc seek to detract from america's own history as a rotten neighbor by blaming others- where is the moral sentiment leadeship in this 

reports on how covid is impacting carribean isands welcome mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk a smart bookmark and if you wat to be named as nominator

university of west indies - consisten wiinner in pan hbuc annual entrepreeur competition

bacardi ceo in bermuda assionate about water

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