Timor-Leste


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Timor-Leste

(ˈtiːmɔˈlɛsteɪ)
n
(Placename) the official name of East Timor
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The Asian Development Banks (ADB) Board of Directors has approved a total of $44 million in total financingconsisting of a $19 million regular loan and a $25 million concessional loanto upgrade 58 kilometers of roads from Baucau to Viqueque and improve connectivity in Timor-Leste.
MANILA, PhilippinesUS poverty reduction agency Millennium Challenge Corporation has selected Timor-Leste and The Gambia for grant programs focusing on poverty reduction and policy reform, respectively.
By examining the intricacies of social and political change in Timor-Leste, the experiences of individuals and communities within these processes, and the relationship between internal and external imaginaries that reinforce and contest concepts of nationhood, this volume provides a sensitive, contemplative and valuable contribution to the field of Timor-Leste studies.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 22, 2017-SES Networks facilitates complimentary Wi-Fi in public spaces in Timor-Leste
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-November 22, 2017-SES Networks facilitates complimentary Wi-Fi in public spaces in Timor-Leste
The nation is to provide AUD400,000 to the ongoing commercial transformation of the Banco Nacional de Comercio de Timor-Leste (BNCTL).
Timor-Leste is a small economy, with limited data available regarding illicit funds and limited awareness, even by stakeholders, of money laundering issues.
1) In 1995 the United Nations carried out state construction in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, UNMIBH) and in 1999 it served as the administrator of both Kosovo (UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo, UNMIK), and Timor-Leste (UN Transitional Administration in East Timor, UNTAET).
Activism and Aid: Young Citizens' Experiences of Development and Democracy in Timor-Leste
On December 3, 2013, agents of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service seized privileged documents belonging to Timor-Leste on the premises of one of Timor-Leste's legal advisers in Australia.
The nation-state of Timor-Leste officially regained its independence on 20 May 2002 after more than four hundred years of Portuguese colonialism (from the early sixteenth century to 1974) and a quarter century of brutal Indonesian occupation (1975-99).
During his meeting with visiting Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Hernani Coelho Da Silva, Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario reiterated that "Timor Leste belongs to Southeast Asia and should be granted its rightful place within the ASEAN community.