Plans to build a £350million biomanufacturing plant to produce modern medicines and boost the UK’s resilience have taken a major step forward.
Kenya and Uganda have agreed in principal on a bilateral agreement that could put an end to the persistent trade dispute in sugar, fruit juices and pharmaceuticals between the two neighbouring countries.
As Kenya becomes the latest African country to succumb to the economic fallout of the virus, can its economy rebound in 2021 as a deadly second wave sweeps the continent?
Geneva, Switzerland – The World Economic Forum Davos Agenda, taking place virtually on 25-29 January, will bring together the foremost leaders of the world to address the new global situation.
Accra, Ghana, December 18, 2020//-Despite the coronavirus pandemic’s impact hammering various sectors of the economy and sending it into a recession as it has recorded contraction in two straight quarters, the informal sector came out stronger, recording impressive growth, thereby, making a case for the formalisation of the sector.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, December 17, 2020.- The International Finance Corporation (IFC), member of the World Bank Group, partnered with L’Association des Industries d’Haïti (ADIH) to help the apparel sector in the country navigate and recover from the adverse impacts of COVID-19.