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“LITTLE more than an exercise in China bashing.” That is how a spokesman for Huawei has described a report published on October 8th 2012 by the Intelligence Committee of America’s House of Representatives, which has spent the past year looking into the activities of two of China’s biggest telecoms firms.
French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen has announced 8,000 job cuts and the closure of its Aulnay assembly plant as it struggles with mounting losses at its core automotive division.
Peugeot today said the Aulnay plant near Paris, which employs more than 3,000 workers, will halt production in 2014 as part of a drive to reorganise output across the company's under-used French factories.>>>
The Marriott Kigali Hotel, now under construction in the heart of Rwandas capital city with an adjoining conference centre, is reportedly on course for an opening in 12 months time, as ascertained from a team of the hotel group who are in Kigali at the moment.>>>
Long pending differences of opinion and a range of allegations towards the incumbent leadership of the Uganda Tourism Association (UTA)will come to a head this afternoon, after >>>
The clock is now ticking down relentlessly towards the 08th edition of Kwita Izina, the Rwandan festival of the naming the young born mountain gorillas, which is taking place in less than three weeks time.>>>
Key stakeholders from the private and public sector as well as association leaders have stood up to be counted yesterday and condemned the criminal masterminds and perpetrators of the bombing >>>
Communications regulators from the East African Community (EAC) making up the East African Communications Organization (EACO) on Monday began a five-day congress to look at ways of easing communications and radio development in the EAC bloc.>>>
Members of the association of central banks in eastern African on Wednesday countries met in Burundi Capital, Bujumbura to assess the step already reached on creating a single African central bank and a single currency for the whole continent, the chairman of the association of central banks in eastern Africa told reporters.>>>
Regular Akamba bus users between Nairobi and Kampala will have to find a new home after news emerged that the company, one of the market leaders and with a way above average safety standard, has suspended operations amid reports from Kenya that the company may in fact have to close down altogether.>>>
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Flights leaving East Africa last night on Brussels Airlines will today for the first time be able to connect on a Brussels Airlines flight to New York, aka the Big Apple, as the airline launches its inaugural flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on the 01st of June.Long operated in code share with partner Continental, a cooperation which incidentally continues to offer >>>
With the future looking bright for East African business, the East African Outsourcing summit will act as a platform for outsourcing players to network and gain insight from the major outsourcing regions.
The East Africa Outsourcing Summit will be held in Nairobi from 5 to 6 June 2012.The event is hosted by international business-to-business conferencing>>>
South Sudan recently emerged as the largest importer of Ugandan goods and the biggest trading partner in the region.With the opportunities in Juba, many Ugandans rushed to take up the trading space in the newest economy in Africa.
By the time this new country officially became independent in July 2011; many Ugandans were already active in various businesses.>>>
BANK of Kigali (BK) has been crowned the best bank in East Africa following >>>
National Oil has announced a price reduction of up to 2 shillings a liter in a bid to cushion its customers from escalating fuel prices and high cost of living.
National Oil has >>>
The following is excerpts from the book by Richard Branson..... " My message is a simple one: business as usual isn’t working. In fact, it’s “business as usual" that’s wrecking our planet.
A Goma based aviation source in periodic contact with this correspondent has told the story of Congos Civil Aviation Authority, in a flurry of apparently renewed activity, grounding some 29 planes of airlines registered in Kinshasa.>>>
Johannes Gutenberg's invention of the movable printing press in 1440 revolutionised the world, as it became possible to produce books en mass. The printing press became the impetus by which renaissance,...