Stories about Economics & Business from November, 2013
Dubai has been selected to host the World Expo trade convention in 2020. The Twittersphere celebrates.
Blogger Alexey Navalny has launched a new attack against five prominent Russian politicians, accusing them bribe-taking and failing to declare vast property holdings that include opulent mansions located outside Moscow.
Lenin’s Mausoleum is no longer the most imposing structure in Moscow’s Red Square. From now until January 19, that honor belongs to a 20-foot-tall Louis Vuitton advertisement.
Benin has suffered more power outages over the last few days with the national electric energy company (SEEB) denying all responsibility. Nigeria supplies a large quantity of Benin's power, even...
But no consensus on whether Ukraine should continue the long process of EU accession or whether it should forge yet closer ties with Russia.
In this second and final part of a series, we discuss the reactions and consequences on the shutdown of public television in Valencia, Spain.
Japan's traditional tofu makers, trying to compete with low supermarket prices, are on the verge of extinction.
The announcement by the Valencian government on the afternoon of November 5 fell like a bucket of cold water among television and public radio workers in Valencia, Spain.
As Pakistan attempts to keep the International Monetary Fund happy by slashing subsidies, hiking power tariffs and increasing revenue, inflation has grown sharply, severely impacting ordinary citizens.
More than 4.1 million poverty-stricken Italians have received food through non-profit food parcels or free meals.
Russians have consistently opposed measures aimed at restricting access to abortion. Despite this, there are indications the Russian government is moving to introduce restrictions on the practice.