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The Wall Street Journal Asia’s Future Leadership Program reaches out to business and finance students at universities across Asia to better prepare today’s student leaders for tomorrow’s real-life challenges.

Under the program, students receive The Wall Street Journal Asia each business day during the academic year. They gain a real-world understanding of global business competition, economic and business concepts, technology, marketing and the workings of the financial markets, and witness present day case studies as they unfold at companies and industries in their home country and around the world.

As part of the program, The Journal also facilitates a number of academic activities during the year to promote experience-based learning. With support from our Corporate Education Partners, these may include lectures and seminars, business games, contests and competitions, or case-study analysis. These activities provide students with an opportunity to learn from real business leaders and demonstrate their ability to recognize business concepts and theory as applied in the real-world.

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  IMF Says Greece Needs Debt Relief and More Aid
The International Monetary Fund warned that Greece would need debt relief and more than €60 billion ($66.6 billion) in new aid, raising the stakes in an already fraught Greek referendum over creditors’ bailout terms.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 23:36:54 EDT
  For Many Greeks, Patriotism Trumps Economics
To many Greeks, especially those outside cosmopolitan Athens, national pride is coming before financial considerations as people decide how they will vote in Sunday’s referendum.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 21:05:24 EDT
  Cameron Mulls Holding Vote on Syria Airstrikes
The British Prime Minister is considering whether to hold another parliamentary vote on U.K. participation in Syrian airstrikes amid a growing threat from Islamic extremists, his spokeswoman said.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 20:12:27 EDT
  Germany Warns U.S. About Spying
The German government issued an unusually strong rebuke of U.S. intelligence activities here, warning that spies who break German law would be prosecuted.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 21:35:33 EDT
  U.S. Drone Strike Kills Another Senior ISIS Militant
A senior Islamic State fighter from Tunisia who rose to oversee the group’s recruitment of suicide bombers from around the world has been killed in a U.S. drone strike, the Pentagon said.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 22:09:21 EDT
  What Do You Get for the Man Who Has Nothing?
Party planners in Southern California are seeking the answer as they plan a birthday celebration for the Dalai Lama, who will turn 80 on Monday.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 21:18:10 EDT
  Europe's Crowning Glory Imperils Postwar Project
The great project some hoped would eventually create a European superstate faces the biggest challenge of its history Sunday, when Greeks vote in a referendum that could decide whether they crash out of the eurozone.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 20:57:31 EDT
  Concern Rises About More Colombian Cocaine
Colombia posted a sharp rise in coca cultivation for 2014, the United Nations said, raising concerns about a resurgence in cocaine trafficking after years of steady declines backed by billions of dollars in aid from Washington.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 21:10:26 EDT
  Pope to Press for Latin America's Poor
Pope Francis will showcase his concern for the region’s poor and forgotten during a trip to his native continent starting this weekend, just as he did as a young Jesuit priest decades ago.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 22:06:43 EDT
  Iranian Official Sees 'Opportunities' for Better Ties After a Nuclear Deal
A senior Iranian official raised the possibility of improved relations with the U.S. if a nuclear accord can be reached this month between Tehran and world powers.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 18:31:16 EDT






 
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