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Oman (Sultanate of) Internet access in Oman gets easier in Arabic
For the first time in Oman, the Telecommunications Regularity Authority (TRA) has launched the first Arabic domain ".oman" to facilitate Arab users of the Internet. This initiative is a major step towards encouraging individuals and institutions to use the Arabic domain name as an address for their websites.
Global Japan's Back-Sliding on Fiscal Reform Puts BOJ in Bind
The government’s backsliding on promises to rein in spending puts the Bank of Japan in a bind, limiting its scope to expand its massive monetary stimulus when the economy needs it, or ultimately to wind it back without causing chaos in the bond markets.
Japan Japan: Govt to Run Program for Female Students
The government said Friday it will carry out a summer internship program exclusively targeting female students. The project is in line with the key policy of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government to empower women.
Global Low Interest Rates Is Threat to Pension Funds, Life Insurers, Says OECD
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned on Wednesday that prolonged low interest rates fueled by central banks' quantitative easing pose a serious threat to the solvency of pension funds and life insurers that could send ripples through the global financial system.
Global Low Interest Rates Is Threat to Pension Funds, Life Insurers, Says OECD
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned on Wednesday that prolonged low interest rates fueled by central banks' quantitative easing pose a serious threat to the solvency of pension funds and life insurers that could send ripples through the global financial system.
Global Africa: Facebook Establishes First Office in Africa
Facebook, the online social networking service, has opened its first office in Africa to make the most of the speedy growth of the service in the continent.
Global Africa: MTN Staff Round off Community Projects in Africa
MTN has rounded off its annual 21 Days of Y’ello Care employee volunteer programme, which saw employees from Afghanistan to South Africa, give back to their communities, under the theme of “Investing in Education for All”. “We are hopeful that the employees’ volunteer activities will have a positive impact on the lives of learners and educators in our markets. By leveraging our strengths in technology to enhance education, MTN employees are contributing towards creating a lasting impact in our ...
Global Africa: Environment - 'Policy Implementation Is Key for Africa's Development'
Commitment to the implementation of natural resources management policies in Africa would help in enhancing the contribution of natural resources to the continent's development. This was one of the key messages in the closing remarks of the Director of the United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA), Dr. Elias T. Ayuk, at a book launching event organised by the Institute in Accra. Dr.Ayuk observed that there is a continuum of six I's (ideas, innovation, incen ...
South Africa South Africa: President's Visit brings Hope for TUT Students
Students at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), in Soshanguve, say the visit by President Jacob Zuma has showed that government cares and that the current problems they have would be addressed. President Zuma visited the university on Tuesday to inspect the study and living conditions of students at the institution. The visit, which was part of the Presidential Siyahlola Monitoring Programme, forms part of government's Youth Month programme, which focuses on education, skills development a ...
South Africa South Africa: President's Visit to TUT Highly Successful, says Presidency
The Presidency says it is regrettable that the public was not given the true picture of President Jacob Zuma’s visit to the Tshwane University of Technology, in Soshanguve, by some sections of the media. “Some sections of the media regrettably gave an incorrect picture of the visit to Soshanguve and elevated to prominence, the ill-disciplined behaviour of less than 10 people out of a crowd of more than 5000,” the Presidency said in a statement on Wednesday. The Presidency said President Zuma u ...
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