Giappone, i deboli consumi ostacolano la crescita, vendite al dettaglio -1,9%
(Teleborsa) - Sempre più deboli i consumi in Giappone. Secondo quanto reso noto dal Ministero del Commercio Internazionale e dell'Industria (METI), le vendite al dettaglio sono scese per il...
Business in brief: Populism and legislation are pushing Israeli high-tech to raise capital abroad, says offical
Teva to sell some of its U.S. generics to the Mayne Pharma Group of Australia; Hadera Paper giving employees options for a 1.84% stake in company; TASE rises, following the lead of overseas exchanges; Shagrir loses 28% in debut.
Insecurity still disrupting livelihood activities in Lac region
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Central African Republic, ChadSustainable solutions are needed to minimize the impact of the crisis on livelihoods, especially for 130,000 people in situation of food insecurity. HIGHLIGHTS Chad is part of the dynamics of the World Humanitarian Summit. In Lac region sustainable solutions are needed ...
IOM tracks returns in Iraq amid continued displacement
Source: International Organization for Migration Country: IraqWhile new displacements are going on, many Iraqis have started to return home in liberated areas. IOM identified 743,910 returnees in Iraq from return movements that began in August 2014. Iraq - The IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) has identified and confirmed the location of 3,317,394 ...
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Senior UN relief official warns of demographic challenges and growing humanitarian needs in the Sahel
Source: UN News Service Country: Cameroon, Chad, Niger, NigeriaMore than 9.2 million people in the Lake Chad Basin need aid and more than 4.4 million face severe food insecurity. Toby Lanzer appealed for greater efforts to meet the region’s growing needs.28 June 2016 – More than 9.2 million people in the ...
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Africa: There's Limited Risk of Global Recession, Financial Crisis - Experts
[New Times] Risk of the world falling into a recession and financial crisis is limited in the aftermath of UK's decision to leave the European Union, concluded Nouriel Roubini, Professor of Economics and International Business at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, in a panel discussion ...
Africa: Africa Urged to Promote Investor Friendly Policies to Spur Exports
[New Times] Tokyo -African countries have been urged to review unfavourable investment policies, including double taxation, to attract more investments on the continent.
Algeria: Lower House Adopts Bill On Investment
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -The People's National Assembly (Lower House of Parliament) adopted Monday by majority the bill on the promotion of investment in a plenary session chaired by Mohamed Larbi Ould Khelifa, Speaker of the Assembly, in the presence of Minister of Industry and Mining Abdessalem Bouchouareb.
Banking On the Manufacturing Sector
[Addis Fortune] Dynamics in economics is abundantly visible at the early stages of any developing economy. This is catalysed by individuals with complex and diversified economic behaviour. Policymakers in such countries, including Ethiopia, inevitably face the challenge of updating their economic development roadmaps to cater for circumstantial calls to meet ...
The Global Campaign to See Ethiopia's Foreign Minister, Tedros Adhanom...
[Addis Fortune] The global campaign to see Ethiopia's Foreign Minister, Tedros Adhanom (PhD), as the next chief of the UN's World Health Organisation (WHO) is in full swing, gossip observed.