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         Micronesia Government:     more books (100)
  1. Micronesia and United States Pacific Strategy (Praeger special studies in international politics and government) by James H. Webb, 1975-02
  2. Micronesia Internet And E-commerce Industry Investment And Business Guide (World Business, Investment and Government Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2005-03
  3. Micronesia: A Spy Guide (World Economic and Trade Unions Business Library)
  4. Micronesia Business & Investment Opportunities Yearbook by USA International Business Publications, 2002-05
  5. Micronesia Business and Investment Opportunities Yearbook (World Business Law Handbook Library)
  6. Micronesian politics (Politics in the Pacific Islands)
  7. The acceptance of external political controls on Truk and Ponape by James A Clifton, 1964
  8. Micronesia Ecology & Nature Protection Handbook (World Business, Investment and Government Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2005-03-03
  9. An assessment of the status of private sector development in the states of Chuuk, Kosrae and Yap of the Federated States of Micronesia by Leon V Chico, 1995
  10. In search of a home: Colonial education in Micronesia by Francis X Hezel, 1974
  11. State of the District message, 22nd regular session, Truk District Legislature by Juan A Sablan, 1972
  12. The strategic significance of the Pacific Islands: A new debate begins by Allan W Cameron, 1975
  13. The United States' strategic trust in the Pacific (U.S. Air War College thesis) by William A Doyle, 1965
  14. Japan as a colonial power: The Micronesian example by Allen J Greenberger, 1974

81. Foreign Government Sources
of micronesia. Ministries Departments Economic Affairs. General Information Background Notes; Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments (CIA);
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82. PBCP: Federated States Of Micronesia
Economic Environment. For the past two decades, the economy of the Federated States of micronesia has been driven largely by grants from the US government.
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Economic Environment For the past two decades, the economy of the Federated States of Micronesia has been driven largely by grants from the US government. Under the first phase of the Compact of Free Association which ended last year, FSM has received most of the more than $1 billion from the US since 1986, with smaller grants in each succeeding five-year increment. Compact and grant funds account for approximately two-thirds of the government budget in FSM. The government has responded by increasing some taxes and reducing work hours and some government programs. However, FSM continues to depend on outside funding. Government leaders are reluctant to lay off large numbers of workers, who are equally reluctant to leave their jobs, which pay more and have more status and job security than private sector jobs. Nevertheless, the FSM national government, with a loan from the Asian Development Bank, implemented an early retirement program to reduce the number of government workers. At the same time, all of the states in the FSM are looking at ways to privatize as many government functions as possible. However, the private sector economy in the FSM is currently too small to absorb government workers losing their jobs, as unemployment in the FSM is estimated to be 27 percent. Private employers in the FSM pay substantially less than the government and offer few opportunities for trained workers with specialized skills. Unless the private sector expands rapidly and substantially, FSM standard of living will decline and emigration will increase.

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Web Directory Pacific Regional micronesia, Federated States of government, Law and Politics. See also government, Law and Politics@.
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  • Government, Law and Politics@ Australian Embassy, Pohnpei
    The Australian Embassy, Pohnpei is responsible for Australia's relations with the Micronesian countries of the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Territory of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas. The site provides consular and travel information, Micronesian news and trade information. There are extensive links to Australian Government, Australian media and Micronesian websites.
    Embassy of the Federated States of Micronesia, Washington, DC

    Information about the Federated States and the embassy; entry requirements; trade and investment; politics and the economy; news and events; media statements; photo gallery; information for citizens and discussion group called Micronesia Forum.
    FSM Congress web site

    As the legislative branch of the FSM National Government,the Congress is one of the three co-equal branches of the government. Access to laws, bills, resolutions and committee reports.
    Government of the Federated States of Micronesia

    The official FSM government Web Site. It profiles: the Government, the Congress and the States. There is also extensive general information.

84. Information For US Citizens In FSM - Social Security
citizens who plan to work in the Federated States of micronesia (FSM) should be Attempts in 1999 by FSMSSA to have the FSM government begin the totalization
Home Page Message from the Ambassador Contact Us Embassy Staff ... Privacy Notice
F.S.M. Social Security Contributions not credited to U.S. Social Security System for American Citizens working in the F.S.M.
American citizens who plan to work in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) should be aware that they must pay into the FSM social security system and that there is no provision for them to receive credit for their FSM contributions in the U.S. Social Security system. In order for American citizens to credit some type of credit in the U.S. social security system for work done in the FSM, the FSM and the US must agree to bilateral social security reciprocity called a "totalization" agreement. To consider a request from another nation to have a bilateral social security agreement, the U.S. Congress requires the U.S. Social Security Administration to assess the financial impact of a proposed agreement taking into account:
  • the number of workers and employers who would be relieved of double social security tax liability under an agreement;
  • 85. Asian Development Outlook 2004 - Federated States Of Micronesia -
    2002 closure of the Bank of Hawaii, Federated States of micronesia (FSM) branch a deterioration in the timeliness of state and national government payments to
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    Table of Contents p. 52 of 69 BACK NEXT Foreword, Acknowledgments, Acronyms and Abbreviations, Definitions I. Developing Asia and the World ... II. Economic Trends and Prospects in Developing Asia Federated States of Micronesia The economy is estimated to have recorded only slight growth in FY2003, with considerable variation in the economic performance of the four states. Another economic downturn is expected in FY2004 as the economy adjusts to the new assistance provisions under the amended Compact of Free Association. A return to moderate expansion is forecast for FY2005. Economic Assessment GDP growth fell to an estimated 0.1% in FY2003 (ended 30 September 2003) following a rise of 0.9% in FY2002. This national average reflected the impact of contraction in the public and financial sectors, but the four state economies displayed considerable economic variation. The Pohnpei economy, which includes the national Government and accounts for 45% of national GDP, contracted by an estimated 2.8% because of declining private sector and public enterprise activity, while the government sector expanded. The smallest state economy, Kosrae (9% of GDP), experienced a broad-based contraction of 4.5%. In contrast, the Chuuk (30% of GDP) and Yap (17% of GDP) economies grew by 2.2% and 7.5%, respectively. In Chuuk, private sector strengthening more than offset the effects of contraction in the public and financial sectors, while in Yap a strong private sector was reinforced by growth in public enterprise activities.

    86. Tagish S Directory Of UK Central Government Web Sites
    Affairs Information for micronesia (Federated States Of). Foreign/External Affairs Information for Fiji. Below are links to additional government websites for Embassies: Host Countries - F
    UK Government UK Party Political Links UK Universities UK Healthcare Providers ... World Government Worldwide Embassies Technical Links
    Embassies Worldwide: Contact Details Host Country: Fiji Country of Embassy: Micronesia (Federated States Of) Embassy: Micronesia Embassy Address: 37 Loftus Street Town/City: Suva Telephone: Fax: E-mail: Information on Visas, Overseas Missions, etc., are often available via the Country's Ministerial Department that is responsible for external affairs. Below are links to the website of the appropriate Ministry for the Country of the Embassy and for the Host Country, where such is available. Foreign/External Affairs Information for: Micronesia (Federated States Of) Foreign/External Affairs Information for: Fiji Below are links to additional government websites for these countries, including Ministries, Regional Institutions, etc, courtesy of Gunnar Anzinger's excellent Governments on the WWW Website (except for the UK) . Additional Information for: Micronesia (Federated States Of) Additional Information for: Fiji Below are links to information for potential tourists. Where possible we have linked to the National Tourist Board or Ministry of Tourism for that country. If this has not been possible an alternative site has been linked to. We do not link to Travel Agencies.

    87. Time To Talk
    to the states In the constitution that eventually created the Federated States of micronesia, the national government is supposed to be weaker than the states.
    Your Say Join the discussion about Pacific politics and society Learn More Opinion
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    Federalism in Micronesia
    Opinion Summaries Program Four Opinion By: Joakim Peter (Federated States of Micronesia) To cope with linguistic, cultural or regional diversity in their population, many Pacific countries have tried to decentralise power away from national government to provincial and state structures. In the islands of Micronesia during the 1970s, many people dreamed of creating one federation to replace the strategic trusteeship established after World War Two. Instead, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands has divided into four nations. As Joakim Peter explains, there are new pressures to decentralise power even more. Federalism in Micronesia is like going to a clothing store and trying on the only pair of pants available to you. The only choice you have is to make alterations to the pants or else go naked.

    88. SearchBug Directory: Regional: Oceania: Micronesia,_Federated_States_of: Governm
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    89. Micronesia - KCCA V Tuuth 2 - Pacific Law Materials
    In an opinion entered on May 14, 1991, this Court held that the national government s interpretation of the Federated States of micronesia Income Tax Law, 54 v Tuuth
    in his Official Capacity as Secretary of Finance,
    Federated States of Micronesia Defendant MEMORANDUM OF DECISION: July 29, 1991 BEFORE: The Honorable Edward C. King, Chief Justice APPEARANCES: For the Plaintiff: Roberta Lindberg, Directing Attorney, Micronesia Legal Services Corp.; For the Defendant: Douglas Juergens, Assistant Attorney General, FSM HEADNOTE Equity
    Equitable estoppel should be applied to governments in the Federated States of Micronesia where this is necessary to prevent manifest injustice and where the interests of the public will not be significantly prejudiced. KCCA v. Tuuth , 5 FSM Intrm. 118, 120 (Pon. 1991). COURT'S OPINION EDWARD C. KING, Chief Justice: In an opinion entered on May 14, 1991, this Court held that the national government's interpretation of the Federated States of Micronesia Income Tax Law, 54 F.S.M.C. 111 et seq.

    90. NetInsert - Government In Micronesia
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    91. Destinations/Oceania/Micronesia, Federated States Of/Gover
    Travel Resources Destinations Oceania micronesia, Federated States of government. Directory for Travel and Tourism. • TRAVEL

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    92. Micronesia: Tropical Storm Chata'an - Jul 2002: Micronesia - Tropical Storm Chat
    2 Federated States of micronesia (FSM) Tropical Storm CHATA AN 1-2 July and Red Crescent delegate, the FSM Red Cross Society, and the Chuuk State government.
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    Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
    Date: 16 Jul 2002
    Micronesia - Tropical Storm Chata'an OCHA Situation Report No. 2 OCHA/GVA - 2002/0138 OCHA Situation Report No. 2
    Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) - Tropical Storm CHATA'AN
    1-2 July 2002
    This situation report is based on information provided by the United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) team with contributions from the UNICEF staff member on Weno Island, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent delegate, the FSM Red Cross Society, and the Chuuk State Government. Situation 1. A strong Tropical Storm CHATA'AN, which hit Chuuk State of FSM on 1 and 2 July 2002, caused more than 60 landslides on the lagoon islands. The worst affected islands are Weno, the state capital, Tonoas, Fefan, Udot, Uman and Siis. 2. According to the State Government, 47 people were killed, although not all bodies have been recovered, 109 people were injured, and 39 people were hospitalised. Between 120 and 170 families (900-1,300 people) are estimated to have been directly affected, in that they suffered the loss or injury of a family member, and/or the partial or total destruction of their home. It is estimated that a similar number have abandoned their homes, though basically undamaged, because of fear of further landslides in the same or adjacent areas. They may be displaced for several months before a full geo-technical survey assures that there will be no further landslides.

    93. ReliefWeb: Micronesia - Typhoon Lupit OCHA Situation Report No. 1
    This report is based on information provided by the government of Federated States of micronesia through the OCHA Disaster Response Advisor for the Pacific as

    94. ReliefWeb: Micronesia - Tropical Storm Chata'an OCHA Situation Report No. 1
    It remains in contact with the relevant government authorities in the Federated States of micronesia through the OCHA Regional Disaster Response Advisor for

    95. Micronesia: Storm - OCHA-02: 16-Jul-02
    2 Federated States of micronesia (FSM) Tropical Storm CHATA AN 16 July 2002. Red Crescent delegate, the FSM Red Cross Society, and the Chuuk State government.
    Micronesia: Storm - OCHA-02: 16-Jul-02
    OCHA Situation Report No. 2 Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) - Tropical Storm CHATA'AN 16 July 2002

    96. FSM National Government
    FSM National government. Executive Branch Legislative Branch Return to the FSM government Home Page
    FSM National Government
    Executive Branch Legislative Branch Judicial Branch National Agencies ... Overseas Missions
    Executive Branch
    H.E. Mr. Joseph J. Urusemal
    Vice President
    Hon. Mr. Redley Killion Office of the President
    PS53, Palikir, Pohnpei State, FM 96941
    Phone: (691) 320-2228
    Fax: (691) 320-2785
    Department of Foreign Affairs

    Secretary: Hon. Mr. Sebastian L. Anefal
    Deputy Secretary: Hon. Mr. Lorin Robert

    PS123, Palikir, Pohnpei State, FM 96941 Phone: (691) 320-2641/2613 Fax: (691) 320-2933 Email: Department of Economic Affairs Acting Secretary: Hon. Mr. Ishmael Lebehn Deputy Secretary: PS12, Palikir, Pohnpei State, FM 96941 Phone: (691) 320-2646 Fax: (691) 320-5854 Email: Division of Statistics: Department of Transportation, Communication, and Infrastructure Secretary: Hon. Mr. Akalino Susaia PS2, Palikir, Pohnpei State, FM 96941 Phone: (691) 320-2865 Fax: (691) 320-5853 Department of Finance and Administration Secretary: Hon. Mr. Nick L. Andon

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    98. Micronesia News Sites And Newspapers
    World Newspapers Online, micronesia Newspapers Online and News Sites in English. Search this site. Search news source by country.
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    99. GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: Micronesia
    of State) June 2002; Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments micronesia, Federated States of (US Central Intelligence Agency);
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