Posted By admin1 On December 21st 2012. Under BUSINESS & ECONOMY, WORLD Tags: CEO Damen Shipyards, CEO of Dunkirk Port Authority, Christine CabauWoehrel, Communications Advisor, Damen Shipyards acquires Arno Dunkerque in France, Damen Shipyards Group, French shiprepair yard Arno Dunkerque, Jan-Hein Reeringh, René Berkvens, ship repair, shipyard .
Arno Dunkerque (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Damen Shipyards Group has acquired French shiprepair yard Arno Dunkerque, the only operator for ship repair and conversion in the 3rd largest French port, Dunkirk, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. In a statement obtained from the Communications Advisor, Damen Shipyards Group, Jan-Hein Reeringh, the yard will continue its ship repair and ... Read More
Posted By admin1 On December 17th 2012. Under BUSINESS & ECONOMY, NIGERIA Tags: FDI: Nigeria attracted $8.9bn investments in 2011-Minister .
Minister of Trade nad Investment, Dr. Olusegun Aganga (TRADE NEWSWIRE): .To generate N17.4bn revenue in 2013 from weight & measure control . 396, 290 jobs created up to Q3 of 2012 by MSMEs .Industrial capacity utilisation rose from 46.44% to 48.24% in 2010 .Textile industry capacity rose from 29.14% to ... Read More
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina: Picture by TRADE NEWSWIRE (TRADE NEWSWIRE): The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, has said that there is the need for the government to create an enabling environment aimed at reducing agricultural lending risk for prospective investors in the sector, ... Read More
(TRADE NEWSWIRE): The Federal Government of Nigeria has re-affirmed its commitment to create more jobs for the country’s growing rank of unemployed youths and women, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. The Assistant Director, Corporate Affairs, SMEDAN, Mr. Levi Anyikwa said in a statement obtained by TRADE NEWSWIRE on Wednesday that the pledge was made ... Read More
Posted By admin1 On December 13th 2012. Under BUSINESS & ECONOMY, NIGERIA Tags: 000 litres of suspected ‘cooked’ automotive gas oil, Apapa, Bakare Jetty, Deputy Director and Head, energy, HAJIA LAMI TUMAKA, Kirikiri water front, maritime, midstream discharge, Midstream discharge: NIMASA arrests ship laden with suspected cooked AGO, MV Arti laden with over 80, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, PUBLIC RELATIONS .
PICTURE OF THE DETAINED VESSEL - MV ARTI (TRADE NEWSWIRE): As part of efforts to to put efforts to stop midstream discharge in the country, the Maritime Guard of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency has arrested a service cargo vessel, MV Arti laden with over 80,000 litres of suspected ... Read More
Posted By admin1 On December 12th 2012. Under Uncategorized Tags: HONG KONG, IMF warns Hong Kong properties face price correction, International Monetary Fund .
High-rise residential buildings in Hong Kong. (AFP/File - Philippe Lopez) HONG KONG: The International Monetary Fund has warned that Hong Kong could see an abrupt fall in property prices after years of dramatic increases in one of the world's most expensive housing markets. Home prices in the Asian financial hub have ... Read More
SAN FRANCISCO: The shift to smartphones and tablets became a landslide this year, crushing desire for laptop computers and pressuring manufacturers to adapt to the mobile Internet era. The trend promised to gain momentum in 2013, with people using handheld gadgets to remain connected to the Web on the go and ... Read More
NEW YORK - Delta Air Lines is buying Singapore Airlines' 49 percent stake in Virgin Atlantic Airways, forging a joint venture to expand the carriers' trans-Atlantic network, the companies announced Tuesday. Under the agreement, Delta will invest US$360m and British mogul Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic will keep the 51 percent controlling ... Read More
The British Airways check-in area at Heathrow airport. (AFP/File - Carl Court) LONDON: Severe fog has forced the cancellation of dozens of flights scheduled to take-off and land at Britain's airports on Wednesday with more disruption expected later in the day. Flights to Warsaw, Nice, Stockholm, Aberdeen and several German cities ... Read More
LOS ANGELES: At least two people were killed Tuesday when a masked gunman opened fire at a mall in the western US state of Oregon, sparking panic before apparently turning the gun on himself, police said. At least one person was also injured in Clackamas, south of Portland, a sheriff's spokesman ... Read More