Ghana, Slovenia sign MoU on Economic Cooperation

London, May 16, 2019 (AltAfrica)-Ghana and the Republic of Slovenia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Economic Cooperation on the margins of the 8th Africa Day International conference. Ghana signs MoU with Slovenia on Economic Cooperation (GNA)READ ALSO: NIGERIA APPROVES $1BN CHINESE LOAN TO FINANCE GURARA POWER PROJECT PHASE II The document is aimed … Continue reading “Ghana, Slovenia sign MoU on Economic Cooperation”

Hungary snubbed on fifteenth anniversary of EU membership

It’s May Day in Hungary — a national holiday where major political parties hold picnics and rallies, Budapest’s Városliget (City Park) fills with families, games for children, barbecues and vendors, and the almost moribund Munkáspárt, the hard-line successor of the country’s pre-1989 Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party, shows signs of life by marching on Andrássy út … Continue reading “Hungary snubbed on fifteenth anniversary of EU membership”

Taipei AMPA 2019 6-in-1 Show Surpasses Previous Show Grand exhibition takes place at TaiNEX 1 and TaiNEX 2

Apr 26, 2019 Picture:  The Taipei AMPA 2019 6-in-1 Show, organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), will be held April 24 to 27 (Taipei AMPA, AutoTronics Taipei, Taiwan ITS, Taiwan EVS) and April 25 to 28 (Taiwan Motorcycle and Taiwan Car Tuning) at TaiNEX 1 and TaiNEX 2. Taipei AMPA is the … Continue reading “Taipei AMPA 2019 6-in-1 Show Surpasses Previous Show Grand exhibition takes place at TaiNEX 1 and TaiNEX 2”

How is the European Union comprised?

The European Union is one of the most talked of unions around the world. This is a political and economic confederation. It is founded by 27 states of Europe. Though it was founded in 1993, but the primary formation has taken place earlier in the mid-twentieth century. Looking back at history it can be found … Continue reading “How is the European Union comprised?”

DGE sees Taiwan making headway on gender equality

Taiwan ranks eighth globally and first in Asia based on data used to compile the latest U.N. Gender Inequality Index, according to the Cabinet-level Department of Gender Equality.   Scoring 0.056 out of 1, with the higher value indicating greater inequalities, Taiwan trails Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Norway and Slovenia in that order. … Continue reading “DGE sees Taiwan making headway on gender equality”

Les nouvelles technologies de santé au service des diabétiques : Pour une amélioration de la qualité de vie des patients

Assurer le suivi et améliorer le quotidien des diabétiques est aujourd’hui de plus en plus exigé afin de retarder les complications et améliorer la prise en charge des malades. D’innombrables solutions thérapeutiques, en l’occurrence l’arrivée des molécules d’innovation, ou les nouvelles technologies s’offrent aux professionnels de la santé pour une prise en charge optimale axée … Continue reading “Les nouvelles technologies de santé au service des diabétiques : Pour une amélioration de la qualité de vie des patients”

Repenser l’union pour sauver l’Europe. Par Guillaume Berlat

Source : Proche & Moyen-Orient, Guillaume Berlat, 18-03-2019 « Le privilège des grands, c’est de voir les catastrophes d’une terrasse » nous rappelle le diplomate-écrivain Jean Giraudoux. Que n’a-t-il vu juste tant l’aveuglement semble être la qualité principale de nos hommes et femmes politiques ! Ils jouent aux hommes et femmes d’État alors qu’ils ne … Continue reading “Repenser l’union pour sauver l’Europe. Par Guillaume Berlat”