BioNTech-Pfizer prepares to deliver vaccine to UK - WHO warns of slippery slope to new infections - Eurostat: Eurozone unemployment at 8.4% in October
A cooperative is bringing together women in order to show them how to use cocoa plants in a sustainable way. Now they don't just export the beans, they process them to make their own teas and spices.
UK to start deploying BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine - Cocoas Cash - Eurostat: Eurozone unemployment at 8.4% in October
UK Approves Vaccine - Biden Introduces Economic Team - Taiwan's Pandemic Economy
Biden Introduces Economic Team - Taiwan's Pandemic Economy
OECD outlook sees 'hope for a brighter future' - African free trade area includes 1.3 billion people - Tesla could test German labor laws with Berlin plant
OECD outlook sees 'hope for a brighter future' - BioNTech and Pfizer file for COVID vaccine approval - Tesla could test German labor laws with Berlin plant
Moderna applies for vaccine approval in US and EU - Tesla could test German labor laws with Berlin plant - In Gaia-X, EU eyes a cloud competitor to US, China
Moderna applies for vaccine approval in US and EU - Cubans struggle with Western Union closure - Immigrants start one-fourth of German businesses
Moderna applies for vaccine approval in US and EU - OPEC members at odds over oil production curbs - Immigrants start one-fourth of German businesses
Turkish economy sees third-quarter bounce - China's economy leaves coronavirus crisis behind - Swiss voters reject corporate responsibility plan
A quarter of all new businesses in Germany were founded by immigrants in 2019 — a significant rise over the year before. But not all of them will survive due to worsening startup conditions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rising COVID-19 infections have led Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to impose new restrictions, including on small shops and restaurants. Many were already suffering from high inflation and a shrinking economy.
German construction supplier Peri is building Europe's largest 3D-printed residential building in the Bavarian village Wallenhausen. It took just two workers to print out the ground floor within 25 hours.
Turkish economy sees third-quarter bounce - Immigrants start one-fourth of German businesses - Chinese output speeds up as recovery hits pace
Americans go online for Black Friday sales - Tourism industry has been devastated by pandemic - Swiss vote in 'ethics' referendum on Sunday
1.2 billion people suffer from water scarcity - Swiss vote in 'ethics' referendum on Sunday - Ski resorts see visitor numbers slide
Travel restrictions and fear of infection have dealt a devastating blow to the tourism industry. The sector could see income fall by $1.2 trillion this year, according to the World Tourism Organization.
More than a billion people in the world live in areas where access to water is severely constrained. In one Senegal village, a new water cistern has changed daily life.
Swiss voters will decide in a referendum on Sunday whether to change the constitution so Swiss companies are liable at home for human rights abuses or environmental harm they cause abroad.
China has hiked import taxes for Australian wine to 212.1%. While officially citing unfair market conditions as the reason, Beijing seems to punish Australia for demanding an investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak.
India GDP - Wine Woes - Shopping Hopes
The legalization of cannabis in Canada has brought great business opportunities for growers there. Meanwhile, in Europe, growers are hoping for similar developments.
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