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Here you find the international winners of the World ENERGY GLOBE Award from 2003 on and the best submissions for the ENERGY GLOBE Award 2006 to 2016.

Now, South Korea is well-known for its rapid economic growth, based on its centrally planned and trade-oriented economic policies. Even though its economy has suffered because of the recent financial crisis and the rise of new developing countries, such as the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, and China), South Korea has the 15th biggest economy in the world in 2009, according to IMF.

South Korea has changed its status in international society very quickly in the economic sense. However, South Korea still faces many challenges. It needs to expand its role in meeting global standards, such as participating in environmental agreements and contributing aid to developing countries. In addition, North Korea is a big variable. When North Korea provokes South Korea, the South Korean economy is affected immediately, with a rapid drop of its stock market.

In this article, South Korean students, NGO leaders, and business representatives provided their perspectives on South Korea society and its place in the world. Interviews were conducted in July 2009, by Sohyeon Kim, a student at Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea.

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Colloquially, Cambodians refer to their country as either Srok Khmer ( Khmer pronunciation: [srok kʰmae] ), meaning "Khmer's Land", or the slightly more formal Prateh Kampuchea ( ប្រទេសកម្ពុជា ), literally "Country of Kampuchea". The name "Cambodia" is used most often in the Western world while "Kampuchea" is more widely used in the East. [20] [21] [22]

Archaeological records for the period between Holocene and Iron Age remain equally limited. A pivotal event in Cambodian prehistory was the slow penetration of the first rice farmers from the north, which began in the late 3rd millennium BC. [28] The most curious prehistoric evidence in Cambodia are the various "circular earthworks " discovered in the red soils near Memot and in the adjacent region of Vietnam in the latter 1950s. Their function and age are still debated, but some of them possibly date from 2nd millennium BC. [29] [30]

Other prehistoric sites of somewhat uncertain date are Samrong Sen (not far from the ancient capital of Oudong ), where the first investigations began in 1875, [31] and Phum Snay , in the northern province of Banteay Meanchey. [32] An excavation at Phum Snay revealed 21 graves with iron weapons and cranial trauma which could point to conflicts in the past, possible with larger cities in Angkor. [28] [33] [34] Prehistoric artefacts are often found during mining activities in Ratanakiri. [25]

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