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Minority attacks $19bn China loan; says it’ll plunge Ghana into debt distress
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Minority attacks $19bn China loan; says it’ll plunge Ghana into debt distress
The Minority in Parliament has criticised the government for negotiating about $19 billion with China, and indicated that the loan would plunge the country into a Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) status. Interacting with journalists in Accra Tuesday, the Minority Spokesperson on Finance, Mr....Read Full Article ...
 
Microsoft to help boost growth of Chinese startups
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Microsoft to help boost growth of Chinese startups
U.S. tech giant Microsoft Corp will work with more Chinese tech startups to boost their growth through its local accelerators, said its top executive. Microsof...
 
Midstate university given accreditation warning
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Midstate university given accreditation warning
has been hit with a one-year accreditation warning. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges made the decision at its June 15 me...
 
Troy Schools refinance bonds for lower rate
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Troy Schools refinance bonds for lower rate
5:19 pm. Email SHOREWOOD - A recent bond refinance is expected to save Troy taxpayers $3 million over the next 10 years. Troy Schools Finance Director Elaine ...
 
Personal Finance
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Personal Finance
Senate GOP leaders have shelved their long-sought health care overhaul, raising new doubts about whether Republicans will ever deliver on their promises to rep...
 
Passenger And Cargo Ferries On The Way
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Passenger And Cargo Ferries On The Way
The Minority Leader in the Tobago House of Assembly, Watson Duke, is claiming that there are plans by the government to bring a Korean cargo vessel to Trinidad...
 
S.I.F.A. invests in future leaders
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
S.I.F.A. invests in future leaders
Leadership Samoa has welcomed Samoa International Finance Authority (S.I.F.A.) to its family of sponsors. S.I.F.A. confirmed its support of Leadership Samoa an...
 
New car for band leader
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
New car for band leader
This addition which will be given to the bandleader who produces outstanding depictions in Grand Kadooment and Junior Kadooment was announced on Tuesday by vic...
 
Parly stops SAA’s Miyeni in her tracks
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Parly stops SAA’s Miyeni in her tracks
The chairperson of the SAA board Dudu Miyeni, who was last year reappointed for one more year, seems to have lost the confidence of the body that she is suppos...
 
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  • Dura aterragem na Venezuela
    A Venezuela está à beira do precipício. A ação concertada ainda pode evitar a sua queda. Mas quanto mais se atrase, mais venezuelanos morrerão por falta de medicamentos, pela má nutrição ou pela violência.
  • South China Sea Ruling Sweeps Away Diplomatic Ambiguities
    Tuesday?s ruling by the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea has bought a little clarity to the problems in the South China Sea, but it has not made solving the underlying problems significantly...
  • China Hardens Position on South China Sea
    China has taken a leap towards clarifying its claims in the South China Sea, but in a direction that could intensify frictions.
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    Paradoxes have always abounded in the relationship between the Turkish military and the country?s politicians. Turkey?s armed forces ? or factions within them ? have justified their repeated interventions in politics with claims that they...
  • Venezuela?s hard landing
    Venezuela is on the edge of the precipice. Concerted action may yet pull it back. But the longer it is delayed, the more Venezuelans will die from lack of medicines, malnutrition or violence.