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Saturday, 21 October 2017

For two days last week, on March 9 and 10, trade ministers from Commonwealth countries met in London to explore ways of boosting intra-Commonwealth trade and investment. It was the first time that the Commonwealth, which is not a trading bloc, but a loose organisation of 52 predominantly former British colonies, would meet to develop a trade agenda.

Between 26 March and 11 April 2017, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences, Flavia Schlegel, is visiting Samoa, the Cook Islands, New Zealand and Fiji. High on her agenda will be a ministerial meeting on 29 and 30 March in Apia, Samoa, with representatives of 13 developing Pacific island nations

To boost the Kaduna State economy, the United States of America, European Union, foreign and other local investors within and outside Nigeria have expressed interest in the 2017 edition of the Kaduna Investment Summit, tagged, Kadinvest 2.0.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Western multinationals used cheaper labour in underdeveloped countries to manufacture products that relied on inputs from all over the world and technologies developed in their more expensive labour markets. Studies now suggest these advantages are being lost. Labour is no longer as cheap in many places.

African countries, along with the Pacific Islands, are looking to improve ties and enhance cooperation while Morocco, which has recently rejoined the African Union, seems to be a leading country in terms of economic development, experts said at the five-day Crans Montana Forum