Posts from category Economics

Zimbabwe to Buy Small Denominations to Fix Currency Crisis

on July 20, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Business, Economics, News, Politics, South Africa News, US Business News, Comments Off

The Finance Minister of Zimbabwe has announced that his country would import small change to stave off worsening currency problems. The day to day lives of the Zimbabweans have become difficult ever since the country experienced severe shortage of small… Continue reading

Lewis Turning Point of Chinese Economy May Improve Quality

on June 21, 2010 by admin in ASEAN News, Business, Economics, Economy, Global Export News, News, Trade News, Tradeoff, World Business News, Comments Off

The recent strikes at Honda and other factories in China for pay hike have to be construed as the fallout of the dearth in obtaining ‘qualified’ workers and the rapidly changing mores of the Chinese workforce. Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong… Continue reading

Used Cooking Oil-based Bio-diesel becomes a Rage in US

on May 15, 2010 by admin in Blog, Business, Economics, Environment, Global Economy, News, US Business News, Comments Off

In the US, companies and communities alike are fashioning the new wave of energy production by converting cooking oil waste to bio-diesel not just for greening but also for profits and revenue generation. The new craze must be regarded as… Continue reading

Greece a Lesson for Blocs Aim to Emulate EU

on May 10, 2010 by admin in Articles, Blog, Economics, Latin American Business, Reviews, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

Greece crisis must be termed as a discouraging event for blocs from Latin America and the Gulf which are essaying to toe the line of the EU to form unions with single currency and similar governance strategies. Nevertheless, the unpleasant… Continue reading