Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Center ‘Tahkeem’ Hosts Roundtable as Part of Dubai Arbitration Week Participants in the round table organized as part of the Dubai Arbitration Week. — Photo provided Published: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:26 AM The Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Center ‘Tahkeem’ organized a panel discussion titled ‘HorsesRead More →

MONTREAL, November 22, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – SNC-Lavalin (TSX: SNC), a fully integrated professional services and project management firm with offices around the world, is pleased to announce the launch of Aboriginal E3a special purpose limited partnership formed between SNC-Lavalin and Indigenous Community and Engagement (ICE), a leading Indigenous stakeholderRead More →

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – November 18, 2022) – Iconic Minerals Ltd. (TSXV: ICM) (OTCQB: BVTEF) (FSE: YQGB) (the “Company” or “Iconic”) reports that it has filed an amended National Instrument 43-101 Disclosure standards for mining projects (“NI 43-101”) Preliminary Economic Assessment Technical Report for the Bonnie Claire Project (theRead More →

Augusta University Cree-Walker Professor and Professor of Economics Simon Medcalfe, Ph.D., will share his analysis of Augusta’s economy and his predictions for the coming year during the small -annual lunch on the university’s economic forecasts. The annual forecast, hosted by the James M. Hull College of Business, will begin atRead More →

Credit cards are primarily a payment method, paid monthly. The importance of borrowings has diminished over the years. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. Credit card balances include balances that accrue interest and balances that are paid in full by the due date such that no interest accrues. Many AmericansRead More →

New analysis released on Monday explains why countries across Africa would be wise to aim for massive investments in renewable solar power and avoid the pitfalls of the so-called “Dash for Gas” paradigm that would cripple economies with stranded assets, would waste billions on expensive fossil fuel infrastructure and increaseRead More →

Photo: Jane Barlow/PA Wire THE slowdown in the Scottish private sector economy deepened in October, according to a key survey. Royal Bank of Scotland Company The activity index for north of the border, which covers the manufacturing and service sectors, fell from 48.0 in September to 45.8 last month onRead More →

The Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a private developer for the development of approximately 1,500 acres of land located at Yabiw/Shama in the Western Region. Designated under its special economic zones, an amount of between US$250 million and US$300 million is expectedRead More →

COLUMBUS, Ind. — Eased supply chain constraints make November’s trucking industry economic forecast slightly better than October, according to ACT Research’s latest version of North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, 2022. ACT Research said if inflation remains elevated, the Fed will continue its aggressive response, raising the odds of a steeperRead More →

The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) announces the 2nd round of funding for the 2022 Public Works Opportunity available through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. A program of the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administered by the DED on behalf of ineligible communities inRead More →

WASHINGTON, DC – The Indian Affairs Bureau of Indian Economic Development announced grants totaling $3.9 million under two programs that support economic development in Indian Country – the Native American Business Incubator Program and Native American Business Development Institute Feasibility Study Program. “Entrepreneurship has a long history in Indian Country,Read More →

The American Petroleum Institute (API) today released a new analysis detailing the economic and energy security benefits of API’s 10 in 2022 policy plan to restore American energy leadership. The study found that implementing the 10-point policy framework could spur nearly $200 billion in direct investment, generate more than 225,000Read More →

Georgian Deputy Economy Minister Genadi Arveladze promoted the country’s economic environment at the Georgian-Japanese business forum in Tbilisi, the Economy Ministry announced on Tuesday. In his address to forum participants, Arveladze highlighted the prospects of the Middle Corridor – a developing land and sea freight route between Europe and ChinaRead More →