United Nations Capital Development Fund report criticizes CSX

The United Nations calls on Cambodian regulators to do more to increase liquidity in the Kingdom’s stock and bond markets. A report by the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) and the Common Fund for Sustainable Development Goals (Common Fund for the SDGs) said the government should even consider a …

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British Columbia app shows proof of COVID-19 vaccination

VICTORIA (NEWS 1130) – The federal government is working on the details to introduce a national passport system to help Canadians wanting to travel again, however, there is already a system like this available in British Columbia – it’s quite simply few people know it. This national document will indicate …

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Ahsoka would star Sabine Wren

the Star Wars: Ahsoka The series would feature Sabine Wrenn in a lead role opposite Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka Tano. Sabine Wren has been rumored to Ahsoka for quite some time, but it’s only now that we hear a significant drop in trade mentioning that Lucasfilm is actively playing the role …

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The center will soon free up untapped space in SEZs

Land, 30,000 cr. area built to find use The government will soon release unused built-up areas worth around 30,000 crore and unused land inside special economic zones (SEZs) for other economic activities, Commerce Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam said on Wednesday. of a meeting of the CII. The decision to release plots …

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A Guide to Foreign Investing in Korea: Investment Incentives and Starting a Business in Taiwan

IInteractions between South Korea and Taiwan have become increasingly close, especially on the commercial front. With a total trade of $ 36 billion in 2020, South Korea was Taiwan’s fifth-largest partner, according to data from the Taiwan Bureau of Foreign Trade. Likewise, Korean customs data shows that Taiwan was also …

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BTr postpones auction of retail dollar bonds

Elijah Felice Rosales (The Philippine Star) – August 10, 2021 – 12:00 am MANILA, Philippines – The Treasury Office has postponed issuance of Retail Dollar Bonds (RDBs) as part of the return to tighter foreclosure. National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon said yesterday that the Treasury will no longer pursue its …

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On August 26, Santa Margherita Ligure will host the first G20 conference dedicated to the empowerment of women

A conference exclusively dedicated to the empowerment of women will be held on August 26, 2021, in Santa Margherita Ligure. This will be the first time that the G20 has hosted an event on women’s empowerment, focusing on access to better quality jobs for women, policies to strengthen the talents …

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Op-Ed: War with China is inevitable, experts say, but it could be fatal for China

China accused the United States of “creating risk” in the South China Sea after the USS Curtis Wilbur (pictured here in 2018) sailed in disputed waters – Copyright US NAVY / AFP / File Benjamin DOBBS The relentless buzz of Chinese propaganda and Chinese actions around Taiwan and around the …

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A year after the start of the Abrahamic Agreements, Israel’s trade with the United Arab Emirates exceeds $ 570 million.

A year after the Abraham’s accords began, some $ 570 million in business has been concluded between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics. In 2020 and in the first six months of 2021, Israel exported $ 197 million in goods and …

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China issues sweeping new rules for credit rating companies

What’s up: China has issued sweeping new regulations for credit rating companies, a key step towards better oversight of scandal-ridden industry. The rules, jointly issued by five organs of central government, including the central bank and the chief economic planner, set out requirements for rating business transactions, corporate governance and …

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