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The FINANCIAL -- The BP-operated Prudhoe Bay oil field in Alaska has reached 40 years of production, a milestone highlighting its historic contribution to U.S. energy security and ongoing role as a key economic engine for the region and nation.
The FINANCIAL -- Royal Bank of Scotland urges Scots to get savvy about security as new national research reveals their attitudes to online security.
The FINANCIAL -- Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced on June 19, from the International Paris Air Show, that it has signed an agreement with Philippine Airlines, Inc. for the exercise of its seven Q400 aircraft purchase rights.
The FINANCIAL -- Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) announces plans to invest approximately USD 320 million in a new high-tech facility in Dresden, Germany, to produce HEETS, the tobacco units to be used with the electronic tobacco heating device IQOS.
The FINANCIAL -- Unilever announced on June 19 that it has signed an agreement to acquire Hourglass, the luxury colour cosmetics brand.
The FINANCIAL -- In January-May period of 2017, in Ukraine the average selling prices of agricultural enterprises for agrarian products increased by 10% compared with the same period of 2016, reported the State Statistics Service of Ukraine.
The FINANCIAL -- LSE undergraduate and master’s students have paid glowing tributes to the team at LSE LIFE, the School’s centre for the academic, personal and professional development of taught students, as it marks its first full academic year in operation.
The FINANCIAL -- A crowdsourcing project inspiring millennials in Britain and the EU to help shape the upcoming Brexit negotiations is being launched by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) this week.
The FINANCIAL -- London Business School’s (LBS) Masters in Finance (MiF) has been ranked the world's number one post-experience programme by the Financial Times (FT).
The FINANCIAL -- IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and AMRU Rice, one of the leading rice export companies in Cambodia, on June 20 launched a joint advisory project in Phnom Penh.
The FINANCIAL -- IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is investing $81.2 million in Banco Industrial do Brasil (BIB), a Brazilian medium-sized bank focused on providing credit to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), to help expand access to finance for a sector that is critical to Brazil’s economic growth.
The FINANCIAL -- The specialist from the Munich Technical University (TUM) together with the Georgian colleagues will elaborate academic development plan, academic and research programs, managing structures and development plan of the Kutaisi University complex.
The FINANCIAL -- On June 19, 2017, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completed the first reviews of Cote d’Ivoire economic program supported by three-year arrangements under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) and Extended Arrangement under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF).
The FINANCIAL -- Former President George W. Bush's national image continues to improve in his retirement, with his favorable rating rising seven percentage points over the past year to 59%. This continues the fairly steady improvement in Bush's favorable rating since it registered a meager 35% at the start of his post-presidential years in March 2009.
The FINANCIAL -- The vast majority of adults in Central and Eastern Europe identify with a religious group and believe in God, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey of 18 countries in the region. But those in one country are an exception to this pattern: the Czech Republic, where a majority of the population is religiously unaffiliated and does not believe in God.
The FINANCIAL -- Millions of commuters across Egypt will benefit from a €290 million financing provided by the EBRD to support the Egyptian National Railways (ENR) in its fleet expansion and upgrade of services.
The FINANCIAL -- The European Union joined in criticism of planned changes in Moldova's electoral system on June 19, saying a national consensus does not exist to make such far-reaching changes.
The FINANCIAL -- Nestlé USA on June 20 announced that it has acquired a minority interest in Freshly, one of the leading providers of Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) healthy prepared meals, which currently supplies consumers in 28 states with weekly shipments of meals.
The FINANCIAL -- OECD countries could add around $2 trillion to their total gross domestic product (GDP) in the long run if the employment rate for workers aged over 55 was equal to best-performing EU country Sweden, according to PwC economists.
The FINANCIAL -- EU Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels on 19 June have stressed the importance of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) as promoters of democracy, and as defenders of the rule of law, social justice and human rights.