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Noc Choi in an interview with Hong Kong Baptist University

Noc Choi, strategic planner of Grey Hong Kong, was interviewed by Wayne Yum, a researcher from the Department of Communication Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University.



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The seven qualities that will get you hired by Sir Martin Sorrell

Different roles require different skills and attributes. But the best people WPP hires tend to have some very important characteristics in common. Here are Sir Martin Sorrell top seven.



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Nrusingha Choudhury’s opinion on AD WATCH

Read what ad works for Nrusingha Choudhury and what doesn’t.



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Storyboard interviews Nirvik Singh and Sunil Lulla

Storyboard editor Anant Rangaswami sat down with Nirvik Singh, Chairman & CEO of Grey Group Asia Pacific, and Sunil Lulla, Chairman & Managing Director of Grey Group India to find out what are the agency’s expectations from Sunil.



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FWA interviews Grey Group Singapore

Five Grey personnel from Grey Group Singapore sat down with the FWA to talk about how they live a balanced lifestyle.



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Uncle Sam, the Little Brown Brother and the Sleeping Giant

Still brown, but no longer too picayune or too fraternal, the Philippines nonetheless gave a warm welcome to the 44th president of the United States. Barack Obama made up for his no-show last October 2013, when he canceled his trip because his government was forced to shut down from partisan wrangling.



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Train of thought

For many decades, progress did not stop at our station. Today, the Philippines is finally on track with impressive economic growth. If only the wealth could reach every nook and cranny of the archipelago, this government would attain its goal of inclusive growth. A mass rail transit is one proven stimulus for rural advancement.



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Tax havens and illicit money

For decades, the dominant view in the richest nations was that illegal capital flight was a problem only of poor nations, whose corrupt governments and bad business environment caused capital to flee their economies. But the countries receiving illicit funds through offshore secrecy jurisdictions in US, Britain, and Australia are also to blame.



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