Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Siemens strengthens partnership with Sri Lanka; signs Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of...

Sri Lanka : Siemens, a renowned global leader in the area of Smart Cities, strengthened its partnership with Sri Lanka by signing a Memorandum...

First World Conference on Tourism for Development: Premier Li of China calls for higher...

  Madrid, Spain-The role of tourism in fighting poverty and building peace were the key focus of The First World Conference on Tourism for Development.....

Rezidor’s CEO hails inaugural AviaDev conference that will discuss issues facing travel in Africa

The CEO of one of the world’s leading hotel chains has welcomed the launch of AviaDev Africa - the inaugural conference to determine future...

Consequences of political shifts in the United States for European-Chinese relations

  On November 23 and 24, 2016, economic leaders and senior politicians will gather in Hamburg to attend the leading Sino-European business conference, “Hamburg Summit....

Tourism and future energy: committed to curb emissions

  Under the title ‘Tourism and Future Energy: Unlocking low-carbon growth opportunities’, industry leaders and policy makers have convened in the Kazakh capital city of...

Impact of EU referendum result on Scottish economy

Professor Graeme Roy, Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute at the University of Strathclyde, said: “There is no doubt that the EU referendum...

Developments in Syria affirm that Russia is totally uncompromising in its determination to maintain...

-Ambassador Talmiz Ahmad, Adviser, West Asia & North Africa, Ananta Centre & Former Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Oman & UAE The vicious assault on Aleppo...

Service Industries Set to Benefit Most From Global Trade

As economic and political headwinds slow global trade in commodities and manufactured goods, businesses seeking to boost sales through exports should explore opportunities linked...

South China Sea Arbitration: China is not going to play by the rules

On 12 July, a UN arbitral tribunal in The Hague will rule over a case submitted by the Philippines in 2013. Territorial disputes in...

China announces plan for carbon emissions

  China has announced a plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions over the next several years, while capping coal consumption and increasing the use of...
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