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The World Economic Forum (WEF) has said the challenges of climate change, cyber-security and space are emerging risks to global economic recovery.
29 Dec
World Economic Forum (WEF) has revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic increased demand for more adoption and integration of digital technology among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
3 Dec
In this final analysis of ways to build sustainable, healthier, more equitable food supply systems, we examine solutions put forward by experts of the World Economic Forum
16 Oct
Joycee Awosika is an entrepreneur and energy economist with a dual degree in Business Management from Goucher University in Maryland, USA...
Buhari
3 Jun 2021
What are you supposed to do when conflict erupts, people get killed and human and property rights are being violated? I believe any person with a heart and moral compass would be compelled to condemn the aggressors
12 Oct 2020
Groups including Rebuild Africa Foundation, Imo Peoples Action for Democracy (IPAD), media, religious bodies in Owerri at the weekend called on the government to address mental health issues in the country. They made the call after a roadshow led by the Chief Executive Officer of Rebuild Africa Foundation, Nnamdi Ucheoma, and state Coordinator of IPAD,…
9 Sep 2020
The global economy is showing signs of bouncing back from the severe downturn caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, but a full recovery is "unlikely" without a vaccine, IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva said Wednesday. In a column co-authored with IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath, the officials stressed that governments should continue to support workers and…
8 Sep 2020
Following the lockdown of socio-economic activities across the globe caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, public and private sector institutions, as predicted by the World Bank, World Economic Forum, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are now facing the prospect of harsh economic conditions and a recession that could lead to a business shutdown. After putting measures…
27 Jan 2020
The impacts of climate change are not being felt uniformly around the world, says new UN report.
20 Sep 2019
“6 of the fastest growing global economies are African economies, with the phenomena of productive value-added sectors and services being the driver of some of these non-mineral rich countries,” said guest speaker Dr Nthabiseng Moleko. World Economic Forum has shown Tanzania, Mozambique, Rwanda, Ethiopia, DRC and Cote d’Ivoire are among the world’s fastest-growing economies since…
5 Sep 2019
Nigeria's foreign affairs minister Geoffrey Onyeama Thursday said the participation of Kaduna and Ekiti State governors at the ongoing World Economic Forum (WEF) in South Africa is not a counter decision to the Federal Government's decision to boycott the event. Onyeama explained that Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State and his Ekiti State counterpart Kayode Fayemi…
4 Sep 2019
Nigeria has pulled out of the World Economic Forum holding in Cape Town, South Africa, days after it said it was going to take "definitive measures" on the xenophobic attacks on her citizens in the country. "Nigerian government has boycotted the World Economic Forum holding in Cape Town, South Africa," President Muhammadu Buhari's aide on…

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