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Erdogan replaces finance minister amid lira freefall - Fixing the toxic legacy of US oil drilling - Brazilian economy enters recession
Erdogan replaces finance minister amid lira freefall - Methane leaks a legacy of US oil bust in 2020 - South Africa hit by collapse of municipal services
Turkish Turmoil - Roiled Oil Markets - Plugging Wells
Turkish Turmoil - Roiled Oil Markets
EU plan aims at China's Belt and Road Initiative - Australia opens inquiry into online platforms - Tourism leaders meet in Spain amid Omicron fears
EU plan aims at China's Belt and Road Initiative -Australia opens inquiry into online platforms - Tourism leaders meet in Spain amid Omicron fears
Competition for scarce employment is fierce in South Africa. And the jobless will do just about anything for a day's work.
EU's Global Ambitions - Turkish Lira - Tourism Dependence
While the new omicron coronavirus variant is again hampering travel for many, one part of the US is experiencing a tourism boom. The Republican state of Florida has taken an anti-lockdown, anti-mask approach all year.
Some 60% Bali's GDP is attributed to tourism. The Indonesian island is technically open to foreign tourists, but only from selected countries, and with tight COVID-19 restrictions.
Inflation Worries - EU's Global Ambition - Out Of Work
Moderna CEO comments on variant spook investors - Florida tourism industry weathering pandemic - South Africa unemployment hits record 34.9%
South Africa and India continue to push for the release of crucial COVID vaccine patents at the WHO. A more equitable distribution of current production is equally important says Jayant Menon from the ISEAS Institute.
Moderna CEO comments on variant spook investors - DHL index shows globalization rebounding - South Africa unemployment hits record 34.9%
Moderna CEO comments on variant spook investors - WTO postponement a blow to vaccine equity efforts - Calls grow for ethical farming, but funds lacking
Factory farming is under pressure, socially and economically. More and more people are rejecting factory-farmed meat.
Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO - WTO postponement a blow to vaccine equity efforts - Calls grow for ethical farming, but funds lacking
Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO - South Africa calls for urgent lifting of travel bans
South Africa calls for urgent lifting of travel bans - Portugal expands controversial 'golden visa' scheme - Rwandan designers seeking fashion glory
As Germany remains in the tigth grip of a fourth coronavirus wave, the emergence of a new virus variant and its likely spread across Germany could push many businesses over the cliff, says ifo economist Andreas Peichel.
Markets Still Rattled - German Retailers Sound Alarm - Portugal is revamping its 'Golden Visa' rules
In Mexico, farmers are desperately waiting for millions of insects to find their winter habitats as they never come alone but bring thousands of tourists with them.
The world faces a global energy crisis. Demand for energy is climbing rapidly, but supply is down. Why?
Thailand has eased its restrictive laws on cannabis. That has opened a number of business opportunities, many of them culinary.
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