Stories about Economics & Business from July, 2019
Video of the military using violent methods divides public opinion and highlights gravity of the attacks in northern Mozambique
"Mozambican president, Filipe Nyusi, called the attacks acts of terrorism and promised the military would continue the combat on the ground and would not rest until peace is restored."
Is Mandarin Chinese the language of East Africa’s future?
As China strengthens its already robust trade and infrastructural ties with Africa, Chinese-government funded Confucius Institutes to teach Chinese Mandarin are on the rise.
Life in Panghsang, a Chinese enclave in Myanmar's Wa region
Despite its location on the Myanmar side of the border, on a stroll around the town, you may believe you’re in China.
‘No VAT on Pad’ protests prompt Bangladesh government to remove proposed tax
Amidst protests, the Bangladesh government decided to scrap the proposed increase of VAT and supplementary duty on the manufacturing materials for locally made sanitary pads.
The ‘water attack’ of Chinese tech exec opens a flood gate of complaints against the company
"The whole country knows what the problem is and only Robin Li and his PR team pretend that they don’t know."
This is how Hungarian villages fought back against planned nuclear waste repositories in the 1980s
"We've done a lot of things that were very new at that time."
Trinidad & Tobago set to decriminalise marijuana, joining other Caribbean islands
Trinidad and Tobago looks like it may soon join a handful of Caribbean nations that have decriminalised marijuana.