Latest News for: Guinea market


MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power Returns to Dakar in December 2024

Capital Ethiopia 09 Apr 2024
With sizeable offshore oil and gas reserves, abundant solar and wind resources and opportunities in agriculture, mining and infrastructure development, the MSGBC region emerges as an attractive market to invest in.

10 Senegal tech firms visit Guinea to find new prospects

Capital Ethiopia 08 Apr 2024
The NTF V Senegal Tech project at ITC led a delegation of 10 digital services companies on a mission to discover the Guinean market. A launching pad to Guinea ... Last year we were in Ulan Bator, this year in Guinea.

How is the global economy doing these days? – Let’s talk

Cryptopolitan 31 Mar 2024
European and Emerging Market Check-In ... In the emerging markets, China’s dependency on Guinea for bauxite shines a spotlight on the fragile balance of global trade and the high stakes involved in securing raw materials.

PNG's PM urges fuel diversification as major supplier scales down operations

Xinhua 27 Mar 2024
The announcement came after Marape returned from a two-day visit to Singapore, where discussions were held with Puma Energy and various other global traders to open up the market and properly secure PNG's energy needs.

No Nexit with MTN’s fate tied to Nigeria

Mail Guardian South Africa 27 Mar 2024
MTN has announced that it is exiting Guinea-Bissau and Guinea-Conakry in a bid to leave some markets in West Africa ... It’s their biggest market.” ... Nigeria is an important market for MTN as it accounts for about a third of the telecoms profit.

1000 Guineas tips: Punting Pointers ante-post Flat season preview

Sporting Life 25 Mar 2024
Donnacha O’Brien’s PORTA FORTUNA might not be the sexiest of suggestions for the 1000 Guineas - after all, she’s already had the seven starts and arguably looks more exposed than a few around her in ...

City Of Troy pleases in Leopardstown spin ahead of Classic campaign

Sporting Life 24 Mar 2024
City Of Troy is a general 4/6 favourite for the Qipco 2000 Guineas and a 6-4 market leader for the Betfred Derby after an unblemished juvenile campaign that culminated in an impressive victory in the Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket.

‘My mum was horrified’: how Biba’s store changed my teenage years

The Observer 17 Mar 2024
The title song, sung by the Australian group the Seekers, had an upbeat beginning ... A Quant pinafore dress in 1960 was priced at 17 guineas, three times a typist’s wage. Biba aimed for the young market – £3 bought a dress in the early days, £2 a blouse.

Town hall focuses on issue of local vaping

American Press 09 Mar 2024
The use of these products has been marketed as a safe alternative to smoking, but Chrishelle Stipe, senior manager of health promotions, TFL, said that this is not factual ... This is not the case for e-cigarettes, which entered the market in 2007.

Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) Seeks to Unlock Estimated 5 Billion Barrels of Oil

Business Ghana 04 Mar 2024
Yet with additional hydrocarbon-rich basins remaining untapped – such as the highly prospective Albertine Graben, shared with Uganda – the DRC represents a frontier market with significant upside for oil and gas explorers.

Sanctions backtracking aimed at de-escalating tensions

Independent online (SA) 03 Mar 2024
The Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) announced that it was lifting the economic and financial sanctions it imposed on the three suspended and military-ruled member states, namely Mali, Niger, and Guinea.

Prince Ebrahim Sanyang meets authorities in Bissau to revolutionise agriculture

The Point 01 Mar 2024
By adding value to the national economy through processed cashew exports, this initiative will position Guinea-Bissau as a net exporter in the global market, unlocking vast opportunities for economic prosperity and international trade.

No end in sight to PNG fuel woes

RNZ 29 Feb 2024
Fuel shortages continue to frustrate vehicle users in Papua New Guinea, more than a year since they first arose ... There are other fuel suppliers in the country, but their market share is miniscule.

Papuan New Guineans struggle once again with fuel shortages

RNZ 28 Feb 2024
Fuel shortages continue to frustrate vehicle users in Papua New Guinea, more than a year since they first arose.