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- The 2017 G20 YEA Communiqué — Recommendations for Strengthening International Youth Entrepreneurship (And Fighting Unemployment) Carsten Lexa
- Blockchain technology: a sustainability tool for agriculture Ainsley Brown
- Jamaica’s Special Economic Zones: Form, function, and model Ainsley Brown
- Jamaica’s special economic zone framework designed to support private sector SEZ development Ainsley Brown
- The G20 Young Entrepreneurs´ Alliance — a strong international voice against youth unemployment Carsten Lexa
Category Archives: Human Rights
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules that it is OK legal to pay women a different salary for the same work as a man. Yes, really!! Continue reading
The law as an economic development tool – really? Then I though yes, really! The law or better put the rule of law is a critical, if not the critical, piece of soft infrastructure that makes everything else work. No development – economic, social or environmental – can be sustained without the rule of law. Continue reading
It is Emancipation Day.
If you still don’t understand the importance of the day and my subsequent mood, please do a Google, Bing or Yahoo search – or whatever search engine you use – and look it up. Continue reading
By Emma Peart Google have faced criticism through suggestions it has held data on users without their knowledge. Brown et al v. Google involves individuals using Google’s mobile phone technology who are bringing an action against Google for storing information … Continue reading
By: Ainsley Brown This forms part of the Middle Passage Law Series on Law Is Cool. American International Group, better know by its acronym AIG, it seems these days can rarely catch a break. It just seems negative news follows … Continue reading
By: Ainsley Brown While terrorism, terror financing and constitutional principles such as the rule of law and Parliamentary supremacy are not the usual subjects covered here at Commercial Law International, this seeming break from tradition is in fact not such … Continue reading