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Investments continue to flow into Cape Verde and exceed expectations of Minister of Finance Olavo Correia

Cape Verde has struck it big: after years of continuous growth, the latest economic revitalization reform is proving even more beneficial than the government had hoped. After the privatization of the national airline, the opening of the airports to foreign investors has been met with enthusiasm,...

USA, UK to create a working group on economics

During talks at the G7 Summit in Biarritz, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump made serious progress in economic relations. In particular, the parties agreed to create a Special Relationship Economic Working Group (SREWG), which will develop market-oriented principles...

Global Fashion Companies Support Environment Protection At G7 Summit

Various companies from the fashion industry have signed a pact in support of protecting world’s natural heritage. Last Friday, major companies from the global fashion industry reported that they have “signed a pact” for presenting to help in the environmental protection during the G7 summit....

Canada Blamed By China For Difficult Bilateral Relations

There were "gross difficulties" that is affecting the bilateral ties between China and Canada, said the Chinese embassy in Canada on Thursday. The embassy in its statement also demanded that Huawei Technologies Co Ltd Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou be immediately freed from detention.  ...

European Social Democrats are losing ground

The Vice-Chancellor and Minister of Finance of Germany Olaf Scholz announced his readiness to nominate himself for the post of leader of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU). Therefore, he may possibly the future candidate for Chancellor in 2022. However, the current indicators of the...

Hong Kong's richest citizen calls to stop violence and unrest in the city

The richest person of Hong Kong Li Ka-shing called on people and authorities of Hong Kong to stop the riots and acts of violence. “Love China, love Hong Kong and love yourselves”. This is his appeal on the front pages in the advertising sections of leading Hong Kong newspapers. He, subscribing as...

UK railway operators exit Interrail system

UK railway operators will leave the Interrail scheme, which allowed traveling by train around Europe at a fixed price without restrictions, The Guardian reports. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG), which represents the industry, has announced that it will stop participating in the scheme from January 1,...

Dozens of British Airways flights canceled or delayed due to computer malfunction

A major malfunction occurred on Wednesday morning in the British Airways computer system, British media reported. According to them, as a result of malfunctions, dozens of flights in Europe were canceled or delayed, mainly at London airports. In total, the failure affected several thousand...

China keeps importing Iranian oil in spite of US sanctions

Tankers related to the Chinese state-owned company China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) continue to supply Iranian oil to China despite sanctions against Iran, the United States discovered. This was reported by the Financial Times with reference to a person familiar with the situation and...

Marijuana legalization: Did Canada benefit from cannabis boom?

Almost a year ago, Canadian authorities legalized marijuana use. What did they achieve, and why, despite hopes of the business, the legal production of cannabis is not growing so fast? Medical use of cannabis became legal in Canada in 2001. And since October 2018, Canada has become the first major...
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