G20 ministers call for digitization for a solid recovery

The meeting, convened by Italy as current chair of the group of 20 most industrialized countries on the planet, ended with a final declaration inspired by the need to increase digitization to meet the main challenges of the period. post-pandemic. the changing nature of skills; ethical principles and values ​​in …

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EMERGING MARKETS – Latin currencies hit by rising dollar after US jobs data

* Real Brazil overall for weekly losses as political tensions weigh in * Mexican peso limited rise seen – analyst * Chilean peso drops on Escondida strike plan * JBS and Lojas Americanas rally By Susan Mathew Aug 6 (Reuters) – Latin American currencies hit session lows on Friday, as …

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First Quantum Communication with Italy and Slovenia

© Ruđer Bošković Institute August 6, 2021 – What the country lacks in terms of economy, it makes up for in science. This was proven at Croatia’s G20 summit. Together with their counterparts from Slovenia and Italy, Croatian scientists from the Ruđer Bošković Institute (IRB) conducted the first quantum communication, …

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$ 3.5 billion worth of projects ready for launch in free and special economic zones

TEHRAN – The secretary of the Iranian High Council of Free Zones has said that projects worth 150 trillion rials (about 3.571 billion dollars) are ready to be inaugurated in the free zones and special economic zones of the country of ‘within two months. As announced by Hamidreza Mo’meni, the …

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Policy determines how developing countries borrow

Understanding how a country resolves a debt crisis is necessary to resolve the debt crisis, and for many developing countries those choices are rooted in, according to a new study co-authored by researchers at Princeton University. political ideology Credits: Egan Jimenez, Princeton University To mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19, …

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Presidential War Powers Debate Sets Up Test for Divided GOP

WASHINGTON – When it comes to curtailing presidential war powers, Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri, seen as a prominent prospect for the 2024 Republican nomination, agrees with President Biden. Mr Hawley supports the repeal of a decades-old law allowing the use of military force in Iraq, which has been cited …

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Politics determine how developing countries borrow – Eurasia Review

Interest payments on bilateral public debt have been frozen in some of the world’s poorest countries this year and in 2020 to mitigate the economic impacts of COVID-19. Yet among the 76 countries eligible for the freeze – known as the Debt Service Suspension Initiative – the debt structure varies …

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FG is committed to creating profitable businesses in free zones

The federal government says it will support activities that harness the immense benefits of free trade zones (FTAs) for the Nigerian economy. Speaking on Wednesday in Abuja, Nasir Sani-Gwarzo, Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, stressed the importance of exploring the potential of investing in …

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WHO calls for moratorium on COVID vaccine booster injections | Coronavirus pandemic News

The WHO chief said the move was aimed at allowing at least 10 percent of the population in each country to be vaccinated. The World Health Organization calls for a moratorium on COVID-19 vaccine recalls until at least the end of September, as this would allow at least 10% of …

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G20 meeting in Trieste will focus on digital government innovations

August 5e, the meeting of digital ministers will take place in Trieste as part of the Italian presidency of the G20. The Minister of Technological Innovation and Digital Transition (MITD) Vittorio Colao will chair the session on “Digital government»While the Minister of Economic Development Giancarlo Giorgetti (MiSE) will chair the …

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