Attachments World Bank report: With peace and accountability, oil and agriculture can support rapid recovery in South Sudan JUBA, 15 June 2022—Economic recovery has stalled in South Sudan amid a host of crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, climatic shocks and declining oil production, and most recently, the negative effect ofRead More →

Marketing in the world of e-finance is a unique type of advertising. So many factors influence the blockchain industry, from market volatility and innovation to community feedback. All of these factors pose a challenge that a good crypto marketing agency must overcome to produce an effective crypto marketing strategy. CryptoRead More →

China In-Focus — Shares of the Asian Giant Rise; Shandong port trader secures rare Russian oil deal; Toyota’s revenue slips BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese stocks rose on Wednesday as investors were reassured by signs of a decline in domestic COVID-19 infections, while U.S. President Joe Biden’s decision to consider eliminatingRead More →

BY EMEKA EJERE The outlook for Nigeria’s economic recovery is bleak, with inflation in gasoline subsidy payments posing a serious threat to federal and sub-national government growth activities.It is even then that the situation strongly explains the increase in government borrowing, which raises concerns about a possible over-indebtedness among economicRead More →

The objectives of the non-oil economy can be achieved through six priority sectors, including financial services: the largest non-oil sector in the Kingdom A welcoming environment: the Kingdom of Bahrain has already concluded FTAs ​​and FIPAs with 22 and 34 countries respectively Arthur D. Little’s New Report Highlights Several BeneficialRead More →

147 governments have defaulted on their debts since 1960. If Russia does not pay its interest, creditors could lose money. But global financial markets are unlikely to be destabilized, according to the IMF. COVID-19 has worsened debt overhang, particularly in low-income countries and emerging market economies. Russia may not payRead More →

Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay, Senate Minority Leader Rob Ortt, Assemblyman Phil Palmesano and Senator Tom O’Mara, along with their colleagues in the Legislative Assembly and key stakeholders, called for increased funding for the Consolidated Local Streets and Highways Improvement Program (CHIPS), the Extreme Winter Recovery (EWR) program and otherRead More →

The annual “Africa Capital Markets Watch” report by multinational insurance, advisory and tax services firm PwC shows that African markets have continued a modest recovery through 2021, reflected in higher values ​​of non-local corporate debt. corporate, sovereign and supranational raised during the year. Average issues were larger than the previousRead More →

Courtesy picture Governor Mark Gordon announces a collaboration between his office and the Wyoming Legislature that will keep Wyoming at the forefront of the energy frontier. Together, the governor’s office and the Wyoming legislature will jointly fund an energy development officer, a position that will work collaboratively with businesses, policymakersRead More →

The two main drivers of operating revenue are the aviation and tunnels, bridges and terminals (TB&T) business segments, which together account for 83% of revenue. Towards the start of the pandemic, aviation activity came to a virtual standstill (–98%), while vehicular traffic at bridges and tunnels (–62%) compared to pre-pandemicRead More →

Agency Title: Program Analyst (Business Intelligence and Interagency) Job ID: 15986 Open To: Public Opening Period: 2/14/2022- 2/24/2022 Overview: The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) for the District of Columbia assists the Mayor in the coordination, planning, oversight, and execution of economic development effortsRead More →

28/01/2022 – Accelerating the pace of structural reforms, investing EU funds effectively while ensuring sound fiscal management will help strengthen recovery and future growth, providing better opportunities for Romanians to move forward, says a new OECD study report. Romania made great strides in improving living standards before the COVID-19 crisisRead More →

To restore prosperity after the Covid-19 pandemic, Latin America has focused too much on short-term measures rather than long-term policies that support the environment. The region should redirect its resources towards a wide range of longer-term green recovery policies. When it comes to recovering economically from the Covid-19 pandemic, theRead More →

The year-long Covid vaccination campaign ended on Sunday. Nearly 1.58 billion doses were administered – 907 million people aged 15 and over received at least one injection, 656 million two doses, while 4.3 million a third dose. Given the challenges – population size, remote locations and patchy healthcare infrastructure –Read More →

The fintech industry has urged Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to further liberalize the tax regime for financial sector startups in the upcoming budget, arguing that it has immense potential to promote financial inclusion and generate significant opportunities employment. The finance minister is due to present the Union budget 2022-23 toRead More →

Study abroad platform Leverage, which operates LeverageEdu.com, UniValley.com, UniConnect, among others, has ventured into financial services and has rolled out three different services: international remittances, loans studies and international bank accounts. “The highest priority area for us is remittances at the moment, it fits perfectly into the product market withRead More →

President Muhammadu Buhari assured his administration’s commitment to leveraging information and communication technology (ICT) platforms to create jobs, while ensuring that economic diversification creates more support for others emerging sectors this year. He made the pledge in a New Year address to Nigerians, urging them to have hope and lookRead More →

Social sector organisations, which aimed to help people through the Covid crisis, were also affected by the sudden disruptions triggered by the pandemic. There has been a significant reduction in funding available to them, and lockdown and social distancing protocols have affected their own staff and programs, forcing them toRead More →

On December 14, 2021, the Honorable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, tabled the 2021 Economic and Fiscal Update (Access the update here). The Economic and Fiscal Update described a recovery in the Canadian economy with rising revenues and falling spending, estimating a $38.5 billion reduction inRead More →

ACCRA, November 24, 2021 — Ghana has an opportunity in the coming decades to accelerate economic transformation and create more and better jobs, having weathered the heights of the pandemic. It can achieve this by fostering greater global integration, technological transformation, macroeconomic stability and financial sector development, according to theRead More →

It has been observed that the economic growth cycle coincides with the investment cycle in India. It turns out that firm-level leverage could provide early signals about movements in the investment cycle. Moreover, a company’s leverage negatively affects its investment activity above a threshold. The regression results, after controlling forRead More →