think-tank


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think-tank

n
informal a group of specialists organized by a business enterprise, governmental body, etc, and commissioned to undertake intensive study and research into specified problems
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IBON Foundation restoring website after cyber attack !-- -- (Philstar.com) - April 19, 2019 - 3:59pm MANILA, Philippines An official of IBON Foundation said the think-tank's website was hit by a cyber attack.
CRSP is a youth led independent think-tank working towards sustainable development and global goals.
Gyimah-Boadi, a founding member of the Center for Democratic Development Ghana (CDD-GHANA) last Friday, indicated that Ghanaians are gradually accepting the think-tank ideology due to the immense contributions they are making in the country in recent times.
Summary: Emirates Policy Centre is the first woman-led independent think-tank in the region.
Saying the deferment of rice importation has actually put an additional P24.38 billion in the pockets of local farmers, Pinol tagged 'the greedy businessmen' as the ones behind think-tank warnings of a spike in rice prices.
The ATTN is important because it provides an overview of the think-tank environment and it will be possible to match activities to groups.
The article described the president and some of his advisers as dismissive of the Washington "think tank" community, noting that Obama "resented the foreign-policy think-tank complex." In Washington, think tanks are institutions that are usually (though not always) independent of the government and are devoted to producing policy-relevant research and discussion.
In our November 2014 issue, we said the first African continental think-tank summit was held in Pretoria in February, organised by the University of Pennsylvania, the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), the African Leadership Center, and the Institute for Security Studies, entitled Think-tanks and the Transformation of Africa.
President Rowhani's economic planners are not stupid, as the IRGC-hired think-tank seems to believe.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The business community of Nepal, China and India are going to form a joint think-tank body to accelerate trilateral cooperation, a Nepali business leader said on Monday.
Summary: London - Morocco's economy expanded by 7.8% year on year in the final quarter of 2009, taking the full-year rate of GDP growth to an average of 5.2%, said the UK think-tank, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
He calls upon think-tank leaders to enhance their quality of scholarship, become more relevant, and cooperatively share research with each other.