Kazakh oil flows through Turkey instead of Russia

An interior view shows a new pumping station of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. [Mariya Gordeyeva/Reuters] Kazakh state oil company Kazmunaygas (KMG) is reportedly in advanced talks with the trading arm of Azerbaijani state-owned company SOCAR to sell 1.5 million tons of Kazakh crude oil per … Read more

International arrivals flourish | eKathimerini.com

Arrivals from abroad at the country’s 14 largest regional airports exceeded all expectations in July, raising hopes that this will be a record-breaking tourist season, even better than 2019, the last year before the heavy impact of Covid-19. pandemic on both transport and tourism. The numbers make up for the lag at the Athens International … Read more

How Sri Lanka’s economic collapse is raising alarm bells for other emerging markets

In the 2010s, Sri Lanka had one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. Things took a 180-degree turn at the end of the decade as the country’s economy faltered. In May 2022, the government defaulted on its debts for the first time in history. As inflation continued to spiral out of control, with a … Read more

BCGEU issues 72-hour strike announcement on behalf of 33,000 BC officials

The union, which represents about 33,000 BC Public Service Agency employees, issued a 72-hour strike notice to the government employer on Friday. The workers, which include firefighters, correctional officers, administrative staff and employees of the BC Liquor and Cannabis stores, have previously cited skyrocketing inflation and wage protection as one of their top concerns. “Our … Read more

In Biden’s Big Bill: Climate, Health Care, Deficit Reduction

WASHINGTON (AP) — Largest ever investment in US to fight climate change. A hard-fought cap on the out-of-pocket cost of prescription drugs for Medicare recipients. A new corporate minimum tax to make sure big companies pay their fair share. And there are still billions left to pay off the federal deficits. All things considered, the … Read more

CapitaLand Investment says investment is slowing amid economic red flags

Real estate investors are now being “careful and cautious” in allocating capital in the face of growing economic uncertainty around the world, said leading Singaporean real estate investment manager CapitaLand Investment. Thursday’s half-year financial results showed CapitaLand Investment’s first-half profit fell 38% to $433 million Singapore dollars ($316 million) as a result of a slower … Read more

Putin’s war sets Russian economy 4 years back in one quarter | War news between Russia and Ukraine

A wave of international sanctions following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine disrupted Russian trade and paralyzed several industries. Through Bloomberg NewsBloomberg Published on Aug 12, 2022Aug 12, 2022 President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine set the Russian economy back four years in the first full quarter after the attack, putting it on track for one of … Read more

Calm Meditation App Reportedly Fires 20% Of Its Staff

Photo: Staff (Getty Images) Former employees of the Calm meditation app may need to stop and take a deep breath. On Thursday, the company’s CEO, David Ko, announced layoffs affecting 20% ​​of its roughly 400 employees in a memo to staff seen by Gizmodo. That 20% translates into about 90 employees. The memo comes amid … Read more