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‘We are no threat to US national security’, claims telecoms giant

A MOVE by America to put Huawei on a trade blacklist could negatively affect billions of people and affect US jobs, the company claims. Huawei...

Hey-ho, ho-hum, or holy hell? UK workers smitten by stress, but...

THE UK’S workforce is increasingly held back by mental health problems such as stress, depression and anxiety, research shows. Some 13 percent of British employees...

Dependence on commodities leaves countries ‘vulnerable to shocks’ and ‘weakened’

THE NUMBER of countries dependent on commodities has reached its highest level in 20 years, according to a recent UNCTAD report. UNCTAD (United Nations Conference...

Bloodhound LSR saved by enterprising engineer

Brits are back in the bid for a land-speed record, and RICHARD THOMAS has a good sniff around. And despite the recent trend in...

Tariff tussle resumes as US vows to impose new taxes on...

THE TRADE war between the US and China is back, with fresh tariffs threatened by America and tit-for-tat retaliations likely to follow. The issue, which...

Who to woo and how to wow when it comes to...

By Adam Gordon A 2017 STUDY by LinkedIn found that tech and software were the fastest-growing industries for millennials, while sectors such as government, retail,...

Brazilian meeting shines light on potential of fintech future

JOSÉ Lino Sepulcri, president of the Espírito Santo Trade Federation, and Gutman Uchôa de Mendonça, the regional director of the association of Brazilian banks...

Debts too heavy for airline to retain its international flights

INDIAN AIRLINE Jet Airways is reported to have suspended its international flights. Click here to see stock prices for the companies mentioned in the article The...

World Bank moves to ensure regulation and management of Guyana’s oil,...

THE WORLD Bank has approved a $20m credit from the International Development Association (IDA) for Guyana’s oil and gas sector. The bank says the money...