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Global Economics

Vietnam backs down over the nuclear energy project signed with Japan & Russia

Vietnam is looking for cheaper alternatives for its energy demand The government of Vietnam has finally decided to abandon the nuclear project signed with Japanese and Russian companies due to high costs, risks for the environment and lower energy consumption. In November 2016, Vietnam’s National Assembly finally decided to...
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Singapore VS Hong Kong

For many years now, Singapore and Hong Kong have been going head to head in a battle to be regarded as Asia’s ‘Best Place to do Business’. Both jurisdictions are respected international business hubs with world-class infrastructure and facilities, while at the same time being ideally located to facilitate...
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Global Economics

The Main Challenge of Bolivian Economy

20 Bolivian centavos Over the past ten years, Bolivia has enjoyed a dramatic reduction in national poverty and internal inequality. Even though its GDP growth in 2015 fell slightly to 4.1%, Bolivian economy still keeps growing stably and remains among nations with strongest economic growth in Latin America. However,...
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EU to lift some sanctions on Belarus, effective March 1st

Minskaya Voblasts, Belarus The European Council, which comprises the 28 EU countries’ foreign ministers, has elected to lift a number of sanctions in place against Belarus. The sanctions are primarily visa bans and asset freezes on individuals, including the Belarussian president. Three defense companies will also be relieved from...
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