These stunning events occurred in the context of a deepening political and economic crisis across the archipelago.
The Times Recorder of Timor must meet its cost of production. Timorese magazine must increase its circulation from to within 3 months period.
Solve the conflicts between union of TRT. To keep the Times Recorder in business, that is, a profitable business proposition.
Making Times Recorder of Timor the number one widely circulated weekly magazine. With a union, I would not have to ask every time the board of directors meets whether we have made enough money to enable us to give the employees another bonus.
I believe that the present management has been giving the Times Recorder employees in the way of benefits as much if not more than other companies with the comparative volume of business. The union, having complied with all the requirements of the law in its application for registration with the Ministry of Labor, is under the law, a de facto union.
This management increase the bonus to 3-month, 4-month, 5-month and even 6 at one time- depending on the earnings of the corporation without being told of forced to do so.seotor of: the Indonesian geosyncline of whioh Timor f:orms a part.
The geosynolinal sedimentation moreover was accompanied by orustal movements resulting in the f:o~tion of overthrust sheets (nappes) in several phases, the oldest of: which appears to have taken place in early Tertiary time.
Timor-Leste is now ranked higher than its neighbors (Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar) on the Human Development Index. In terms of income per capita, the small .
East Timor was colonized by Portugal in the 16th century, and was known as Portuguese Timor until Portugal's decolonization of the country. In late , East Timor declared its independence, but later that year was invaded and occupied by Indonesia and was declared Indonesia's 27th province the .
Sally-Anne recorded interviews and her experiences when travelling in East Timor in and based on that information, scribed, wrote and edited this collection of creative non-fiction articles. Self-published by .
Mar 30, · Timor-Leste’s proposal could only occur with a direct subsidy of US$ billion by the government of Timor-Leste (or another funder), and it would only provide a mere 7 per cent return on a capital investment of US$ billion.
There is next to no evidence on the public record showing the economic viability of the pipeline to Timor-Leste. Records of the Australian Museum () Vol. 69, issue number 6, Several species and genera are newly recorded for Timor. In spite of the rather small number of species Despite limited time and wet weather, members of the expedition were able to ascend the highest mountain.