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South Korea invests in building wind power plant in Iran

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South Korean investors have signed a memorandum of understanding with local companies to construct a wind power plant in Southeastern province of Sistan- Balouchestan
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Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has granted Mayfair Bank licence to conduct banking business in Kenya.
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has granted Mayfair Bank licence to conduct banking business in Kenya.
For many fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies some of their biggest merchandising challenges include manual data collection using pen and paper, inaccurate sales data, sales team not visiting o
For many fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies some of their biggest merchandising challenges include manual data collection using pen and paper, inaccurate sales data, sales team not visiting o
Elgon Kenya has launched a dedicated information center targeting farmers in an effort to address the perennial food shortage in the country.
Elgon Kenya has launched a dedicated information center targeting farmers in an effort to address the perennial food shortage in the country.
A new perjury law is required to end the cultural tolerance among the judiciary and some sections of society for telling lies for cash, according to the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association
Economic data points to solid growth in the eurozone in the second quarter of the year and indicates a rebound in global growth after a rough patch, the European Central Bank (ECB) said in a regular e
The State is set to recoup around €3.05bn when 25% of its near total ownership of AIB is sold off to stock market investors early next week. It is marginally more than was initially targeted.
A fifth of Irish businesses have been the target of online ransom demands in the past year while more than half of top IT professionals don’t believe their firms understand their own security sy
Oil prices rose yesterday, a day after sliding to 10-month lows, but market sentiment remained negative due to ongoing pressure from a persistent supply glut despite OPEC-led efforts to balance the ma
American Airlines has said that Qatar Airways, the Gulf country’s state-owned airline, has expressed interest in buying as much as a 10% stake, worth at least €724m ($808m), in the US airli
Large amounts of business investment is being postponed because of uncertainty over the outcome of Brexit negotiations so Britain should seek clarity as early as possible over a transition arrangement
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Royal Bank of Scotland pursued last-minute settlement talks with a group of investors to avoid a potentially embarrassing trial over allegations the lender misled them about a 2008 capital increase.
Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov asked the Parliament today to strip of immunity from prosecution three MPs from the Volya party, led by Veselin Mareshki, the Prosecutor’s Office said. These are Vesel
Kenyan farmer Martin Evans pushed open the bullet-holed wooden door to reveal a pool of blood where Duncan Murimi, a manager at his cattle ranch in northern Kenya, had been shot by intruders.
Kenyan farmer Martin Evans pushed open the bullet-holed wooden door to reveal a pool of blood where Duncan Murimi, a manager at his cattle ranch in northern Kenya, had been shot by intruders.
Acorns, a 3-year-old start-up, is looking for new ways to nudge its customers into saving more for retirement -- and has hired a behavioral economics professor to help.
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Garbage removal works resumed in Lviv. 112 Ukraine TV channel correspondent reported that. The information about the beginning of garbage removal works was confirmed by the LLC AVE Umwelt Ukraine, whi
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman says that Ukrainian state-owned companies do not buy coal in Russia. Read more here. The post UNIAN: Groysman says Ukrainian state companies don’t buy
European Union leaders launched their the most ambitious defense plan for decades on June 22, agreeing a multi-billion-euro weapons fund, shared financing for battlegroups and allowing a coalition of
If you are in the habit of defaulting on your mobile-based loans, your proverbial 40 days could soon be over.
If you are in the habit of defaulting on your mobile-based loans, your proverbial 40 days could soon be over.
Online retailer Jumia will offer a 50 per cent discount on a 2kg packet of maize flour on its platform between July 3 and 9.
Online retailer Jumia will offer a 50 per cent discount on a 2kg packet of maize flour on its platform between July 3 and 9.
Western technology companies, including Cisco , IBM and SAP , are acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets, at a time when Russia has been accused of a grow
An inmate of District Jail here has been booked for allegedly possessing a mobile phone, police said today. During checking the mobile phone was found from Mohith's possession last evening, when he w
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today termed the lynching of a deputy superintendent of police in Jammu and Kashmir as "horrific", saying the incident marked a new low in the state. He lamented
Puducherry ranks eighth in the latest list of cities that would be developed as smart cities, chief minister V Narayanasamy said today. Narayanasamy thanked the Urban Development Ministry for includi
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