Nasser F., India: "HSBC Malaysia is a joke. Not the ordinary staff, they are friendly, and know how to smile (not laugh). The top management is a joke. Can you imagine... the ordinary bank staff for Premier clients is allowed to make overseas calls. But they are not allowed to send email. I have half a million US dollar in HSBC accounts, but luckily not in Malaysia. I mean, if I let a bank manage my money, I want the bank well-managed, and that includes that they can use communication technologies of the 21st century, not just those of the 19th."
HSBC Malaizija ir joks. Nav parasta darbinieki, vini ir draudzigi, un prot smaidit (ne smieties). Augstaka vadiba ir joks. Vai varat iedomaties ... parasts bankas darbiniekiem par Premier klientiem ir atlauts veikt aizjuras zvanus. Bet tie nedrikst sutit e-pastu. Man ir puse miljoni ASV dolaru HSBC parskatos, bet par laimi ne Malaizija. Es domaju, ja es let bankas parvaldit savu naudu, es gribu banka labi parvaldits, un kas ietver ka tas var izmantot sakaru tehnologijas 21.gadsimta, ne tikai tiem 19..
Independence, India inherited an education system, which was not only quantitatively small but was also characterized by regional, gender, caste and structural imbalances. Only 14 per cent were literate and only one out of three children were enrolled in primary schools. Today the National Policy on Education aims at free education for all up to the age of 14.
Literacy levels have increased. In 1991 the figure stood at 52.2% and within seven years. It rose by almost ten per cent. More people are attending schools and other literacy program; in fact the figure has more than doubled from the baseline of 42.6% in 1951. The growth is most apparent in the upper primary level where the difference is as much as 50%. Hearteningly, the percentage of girls enrolled has simultaneously increased, though concurring with the national trend, this is slightly higher at the primary level. Nutritious food, regular immunization and medical check-ups in schools is provided under the Integrated Child Development Scheme.
is also being addressed, with plans to make the nation fully literate
by 2005. By 1999, the National Literacy Mission aims to provide
functional literacy to 100 million-non literate in them 15-35
This is why Thai companies usually have to process their butea
superba locally into extracts before being able to ship it
This is why Thai companies usually have to process their butea superba locally into extracts before being able to ship it abroad.