Maldives Government issues grim warning in the lead up to COP26

Maldives’ environment minister has reportedly issue a grim warning that states that the failure to control global warming and climate change could spell out as a ‘death sentence’ to small island countries such as the Maldives, endangering cultures an

IMF more upbeat on growth opportunities in Middle East & North Africa

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has become more optimistic on the Middle East and North Africa’s economic growth prospects this year and the following as different parts of the region observe varying degrees of recovery.

China’s economic growth slumps amid construction, power, property woes

China’s economy reportedly witnessed a dip in the last quarter due to construction slowdown and power crunch. The nation’s economy increased by 4.9% in July-September as compared to a year earlier, however, is a steep decrease from the previous quarter&rsq

Brexit: EU to lower Northern Ireland border checks on British goods

The European Union (EU) has reportedly revealed plans for setting out proposals in response to the trade row in Northern Ireland. The ‘far-reaching’ proposals are expected to decrease the checks on medicines and goods.

Tobacco maker KT&G to build forest to help battle global climate crisis

South Korea’s leading tobacco maker Korea Tobacco & Ginseng Corporation (KT&G) plans to build a forest as part of its efforts to tackle the global climate crisis.

The inaugural ceremony for the project witnessed the p

Fossil fuels must stay underground to tackle climate change: Scientists

Researchers have recently advised that about 90% of coal reserves and 60% of oil and gas reserves must be kept underground to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius.

The prediction is based on a thorough examination of globa

Tui Group set to raise €1.1bn with easing travel restrictions

Tui Group, one of the largest travel groups in Europe, is reportedly set to raise €1.1 billion (~USD 1.2 billion) to enhance its balance sheet as the travel industry starts to recover from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Korea and Italy to deepen ties for sustainable economic growth

  • The two countries to forge a stronger partnership in the biotechnology and green energy sectors.
  • The partnership was initially agreed upon in October 2018, but follow-up meetings were delayed due t

U.K. chalks out post-Brexit path with “pro-innovation” AI strategy

The Government of U.K. has reportedly announced its plans to roll out a “pro-innovation” AI strategy to promote technological development with minimum regulatory interference from the government.

The strategy would stre