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Vilnius, Lithuania – Companies are better-placed to cope with possible future risks if they have formulated succession plans for their top executives and key employees, and are ready, willing and able to replace departing personnel. Leading Lithuanian oil company Klaipedos Nafta planned ahead and prepared its future leaders, and this groundwork proved invaluable when their General Manager accepted an offer to become the Lithuanian Minister of Energy.
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  • Vilnius
  • Lithuania
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Cape Town, South Africa – Top executives in the world’s largest companies are taking home an average annual salary of R23m (approximately €1.45m), according to a global study.
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  • Cape Town
  • South Africa
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Vienna, Austria – Although we are taught to work independently, learning efficient delegation skills could have a great influence on  one’s career.
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  • Vienna
  • Austria
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Beijing, China – It could almost have been planned that way. As representatives gathered in Paris at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, a smoggy haze floated over the Chinese capital, 22 times higher than the World Health Organisation’s limit, and forcing China to issue its first red alert, closing schools and construction sites and limiting traffic. 
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  • Beijing
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Beijing, China – It could almost have been planned that way. As representatives gathered in Paris at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, a smoggy haze floated over the Chinese capital, 22 times higher than the World Health Organisation’s limit, and forcing China to issue its first red alert, closing schools and construction sites and limiting traffic. 
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  • Beijing
  • China
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São Paulo, Brazil – We have seen Brazil’s economy struggling with a number of on-going challenges, including complex political issues that are hard to avoid. Brazil’s investment rating was downgraded in September, primarily due to loss of credibility resulting from a political crisis. The predictions for 2016 are very unclear for investors and business leaders across multiple sectors of the diversified Brazilian economy.
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  • Brazil
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São Paulo, Brazil – We have seen Brazil’s economy struggling with a number of on-going challenges, including complex political issues that are hard to avoid. Brazil’s investment rating was downgraded in September, primarily due to loss of credibility resulting from a political crisis. The predictions for 2016 are very unclear for investors and business leaders across multiple sectors of the diversified Brazilian economy.
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  • Brazil
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Riga, Latvia – Evita Lune, Partner at Pedersen & Partners shares her insights with „Dienas Bizness“ on executive compensation for Latvian top managers.
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  • Riga
  • Latvia
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Women in telecoms are witnessing a positive change in terms of gender inclusion in the sector but they highlight that there is still a long way to find balance in the sector.
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  • Dubai
  • United Arab Emirates
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New York, USA – While dozens of the world’s largest companies have signed pledges urging “the world’s leaders to reach an ambitious climate deal” at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, and vowed to reduce their businesses’ environmental impact, only a handful put CEO pay on the line.
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  • New York
  • USA