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October while Germany's robust labor market showed signs of strain, signaling that the region's economy is struggling to gain a firm footing. Still, a report on business and consumer sentiment across the euro area improved, indicating that the region'
Premier Campbell Newman says the government will open up new mining regions, including the Galilee Basin, to get the sector booming again. He says the government will hold a series of forums with industry stakeholders to create a long-term plan and
Jamaica having achieved an average of 0.8 per cent economic growth over the last 50 years is, by any standard, an unimpressive record, especially for an economy with the vast potential to integrate with the global commercial system. Given its
Comments President Kenyatta called for harmonisation of higher education and training systems in the region that would allow young East Africans to study in a university of their choice The President noted that this means graduates will leave
Influential stakeholders in all sectors of South Africa's economy should stop leveling accusations and rather help to find a solution for sustainable growth in the manufacturing industry, according to Coenraad Bezuidenhout , executive director of the
An index reading below 50 indicates activity in the sector is falling and the lower the reading, the greater the speed of the decline...Advertisement The report said businesses were reporting increased levels of incoming work and new tender
September, thanks to improvements in sales, new orders and supplier deliveries. The Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Services Index (PSI) rose 8.1 points to 47.1 in September...Health and community services was the only sub-sector
The Bank of New Zealand-Business New Zealand Performance of Services Index (PSI) fell 5 points to 53.2 points in August. A figure above 50 points shows the sector is expanding and below 50 that it is declining...BusinessNZ chief executive Phil O'
Irish manufacturing production was down 8.9pc on both a monthly and annual basis, according to figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). Analysts blamed the slump on the fallout from the so-called "patent cliff", which is hitting the
The Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Services Index (PSI) fell 0.4 points to 39.0 in August...Ai Group chief executive Innes Willox said many key services industries were still under stress. "Cautious consumers are keeping their