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The First Ever Detailed ‘Net Zero Investment Framework’

IIGC’s framework is the first to present “practical guidance” for the investors in decarbonising portfolios and boosting investments to find solutions to climate change. On Wednesday, 05 August 2020, the world gets the first ever “step-by-step plan” that guides “pension funds and others” to have...

Chocolate May Not Be Cheaper For Fans Despite Predicted Drop In Cocoa Prices

Despite a predicted fall in the prices of coca this year, it will potentially not benefit the fans of chocolate.     According to a pool of London cocoa futures conducted by the new agency Reuters and published on Monday, by the end of the year, the prices of cocoa will go down by about...

A Possible Historic Contraction Happened In The US Economy In Second Quarter: Reports

More than five years of continuous growth was potentially wiped off the economy of the United States in the second quarter by the novel coronaviruss pandemic which hit consumer and business spending resulting in a possible contraction in the period at a pace that was the steepest since the Great...

Global Airlines Likely To Completely Recover To Pre-Covid-19 Levels Only In 2024

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the apex industry body for global airlines has predicted that it would not be until 2024 that the industry would be able to return back to pre-crisis levels in terms of business.   The IATA had previously estimated that it...

OPEC Considering For An Era Of Declining Global Oil Demand: Reports

Minds in Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are focusing on a probably tipping point got global oil demand which may have been triggered by the novel coronavirus pandemic.   Earlier this year, travel restrictions and lockdowns imposed to prevent the spread of the...

Geopolitical Issues Cloud Global Ambitions Of Chinese Tech Companies

Some of the better known Chinese companies in the global technology arena, including names such as the drone-maker DJI, artificial intelligence companies Megvii, SenseTime and iFlytek, surveillance camera vendor Hikvision and e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group, are apparently losing out access...

Response To Chinese Action: EU To Limit Export Of Tech To Hong Kong

Transfer or export of any technology to Hong Kong that could be used by Chinese authorities to for repression or surveillance in the city will be limited by the European Union, claimed a report published by Reuters citing information from a  EU draft document. This is the first concrete...

Euro Zone’s July Businesses Activity Indicates A Rebound From Pandemic Induced Recession

There was a growth in business activity in the euro zone in July which marked the first such growth since the region was hit severely by the novel coronavirus pandemic. This was driven by the gradual reopening of many economies that were under lockdown to prevent the spread of thee pandemic and as...

Retail Spending In The UK Bounces Back In June To Near Pre-Lockdown Levels

With non-essential stores in England following month of closure because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, retail sales in June in the United Kingdom jumped back and rebounded to almost pre-coronavirus lockdown levels. This spurt also provided a lease of life to the ailing clothing stores of the...

Agreement On $858 Billion Pandemic Package Agreed By EU Leaders

After five days of intense talks, European Union leaders manage to agree on a record novel coronavirus economic package of 750 billion euro ($858 billion) to rescue and revive the economies of the EU battered by the pandemic.   In a unanimous vote in Brussels, heads of state and government...
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