ChinaEconomy

Shangai airports handle 2 million travelers

Shanghai’s Hongqiao and Pudong airports received a record number of domestic flights and travelers during the National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival holiday. Over 2 million domestic travelers departed or arrived at the airports between September 30 and October 7, a 17…
EconomyWorld

Unemployment is the biggest risk factor in the world

Unemployment is seen by company executives around the world as the biggest concern for the next ten years. According to a survey conducted by the World Economic Forum, unemployment is high on the list of concerns of business leaders worldwide, closely followed by the…

Web Summit is going to be completely online

The technology event takes place this year entirely online because of the covid-19 pandemic. 100 thousand participants are expected. It’s decided. The Web Summit takes place this year entirely online for reasons of public health, a decision made “after talks with…
AngolaEconomy

Angolan oil revenue reduces 15.8 billion in September

The Angolan oil revenue for September stood at 211.6 billion kwanzas, a reduction of 15.8 billion compared to the 227.4 billion in August. The amount collected in September resulted from the export of 39.1 million barrels of crude at an average price of 45.38 dollars…
EconomyPolitics

Venezuela, a former oil giant, reaches the end of an era

Colossal sector that shaped the country almost stopped due to serious management errors and US sanctions. For the first time in a century, there are no rigs looking for oil in Venezuela. Wells that previously exploited the largest reserves in the world are abandoned or…
BrazilEconomy

Escape of investors from Brazil more than doubles in 2020

Total foreign flows will drop from $ 59 billion in 2019 to $ 11 billion; spending ceiling is a test for the return of interest. The flight of investors from Brazil is a reality The flight of foreign investors from Brazil from risky investments in 2020 is expected to more…
BrazilEconomy

IMF: Brazil economy to shrink by 5.8 percent in 2020

Brazil’s economy is projected to shrink by 5.8 percent in 2020, the International Monetary Fund said Monday, revising a more pessimistic forecast of a 9.1 percent contraction made mid-year. “The economy is projected to shrink by 5.8 percent in 2020, followed…