Find new opportunities around the world

Find new opportunities around the world

Find new opportunities around the world by sector

20 of 135


Oil prices rise in Christmas Eve Trade amid Supply Cuts

2019-12-24 - By Dmitry Zhdannikov and Aaron Sheldrick

Oil prices rose on Tuesday in thin pre-Christmas trading after Russia's energy minister said cooperation with OPEC to support the market would continue and as analysts forecast a second weekly decline in U.S. crude inventories.

BR Brasile  

Brazil opens Trade Office in Jerusalem

2019-12-24 - By RAPHAEL AHREN

Brazil on Sunday officially opened a trade office in Jerusalem, a move that senior officials said was a harbinger of the South American country moving its embassy to the Israeli capital next year.

BB Barbados  

Barbados and Kenya Deepen Ties

2019-12-24 - Invest Barbados

Closer ties have been forged between Barbados and Kenya, following the recent visit by Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley, Q.C., M.P., to the African country to meet with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

CN Cina  

China to cut import tariffs on pork and tech parts

2019-12-23 - BBC News

China will cut tariffs on hundreds of products ranging from frozen pork to high-tech parts next year, lowering trade barriers to support the economy.

US stati Uniti  

Boeing CEO Muilenburg Forced Out After 737 MAX Fiasco

2019-12-23 -

Boeing (NYSE:BA) said it had replaced Dennis Muilenburg as chief executive officer, as the company struggles to recover from the multi-billion dollar fiasco over its 737 MAX airplane.

AT Austria  

New Approach discovered to prevent Multidrug Resistance

2019-12-23 - Invest in Austria

Multiple resistances (MDR =MultiDrug Resistance) against anticancer medicines or antibiotics are serious medical complications which undermine or even thwart the efficient treatment of cancer or infections.

AL Albania  

Germany to Grant Albania €4 mln for Post-Earthquake Reconstruction

2019-12-23 - Invest in Albania

The German government will provide Euro 4 million in support of the reconstruction of schools and public facilities affected by the earthquake of November 26th.

AL Albania  

Albania Reopens Vlora Airport Bidding Process

2019-12-23 - Invest in Albania

Albanian authorities informed on Thursday the opening of an international bid on the design, construction, operation, maintenance and transfer for the long-awaited Vlora airport, in Vjosa-Narta Protected Landscape.

BZ Belize  

Belize owes more than $3.5 billion at close of 2019

2019-12-21 - By Aaron Humes

Belize still owes more than $3.5 billion in total debt at the close of 2019, despite repayments of more than $196 million in both domestic and external debt.

BR Brasile  

Bolsonaro says U.S. won’t impose tariffs on Brazilian steel

2019-12-21 - AP News

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said his American counterpart Donald Trump assured him on Friday that he will not impose tariffs on the South American country’s steel and aluminum.

JP Giappone  

Japan eases export controls against South Korea ahead of summit

2019-12-21 - By MARI YAMAGUCHI

Japan’s trade ministry said Friday that it has eased controls on exports to South Korea of one of three chemicals used in semiconductors that it had restricted, a sign of a thaw between the two countries just days before their leaders meet in China.

MD Moldova  

EU opens the door for further Duty-Free Imports from the Republic of Moldova


On 19 December 2019, the Council of the EU has formally endorsed an agreement granting Moldovan farmers and SMEs additional preferential export opportunities to the EU.


At 8,990,000% Gains, Bitcoin Dwarfs All Other Investments This Decade

2019-12-20 - By William Suberg

Bitcoin has beaten gold in terms of returns by such a large amount this decade that investors have firmly dismissed recent price declines.

MX Messico  

Battered Mexican Construction Sector hopes to exit Slump in 2020

2019-12-20 - By Sharay Angulo

Major infrastructure projects recently announced by Mexico's government and the private sector could next year pull the construction industry out of a protracted slump, though the boost to the economy is unlikely to be significant.

US stati Uniti  

Daimler, BMW exiting North American car-sharing market, cutting in Europe

2019-12-19 - David Shepardson

BMW AG (BMWG.DE) and Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE) said Wednesday they plan to exit the North American car-sharing market, with the joint venture partners halting operations in Montreal, New York, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and Vancouver, as they focus on the European market.

KE Kenia  

Kenya Airways issues profit warning amid increased competition

2019-12-19 - Business Daily Africa

Kenya Airways (KQ) on Wednesday issued a profit warning for the year ending December, signalling its loses will widen beyond the Sh7.56 billion the national carrier posted last year.

IR Ho corso  

Iran Wants to Create Crypto to Confront ‘Economic Hegemony’ of US

2019-12-19 - Coin Telegraph

Iran’s President has proposed to create a Muslim cryptocurrency as one of a number of means to confront the economic dominance of the United States.


Oil Hits 3-Month Highs Again on China Feel-Good Factor

2019-12-19 -

Crude futures hit three-month highs on Thursday, responding to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s remarks that the phase one trade deal will likely be signed in early January. Also boosting the market were Beijing’s early tariff waivers on six U.S. chemical and oil products.

ES Spagna  

Over 90% of Foreign Companies in Spain expect to increase or maintain their investment in 2020

2019-12-17 - Invest in Spain

Foreign companies' assessment of the business climate in Spain has remained unchanged since last year. Specifically, the business climate in Spain scored an average of three out of five.

ID Indonesia  

Indonesia warns on EU Trade Deal, Dairy imports amid Palm Oil Spat

2019-12-17 - Reuters

Indonesia is prepared to walk away from talks on a free trade deal with the European Union over the bloc's stance on palm oil, while also launching a probe into subsidies on dairy imports from the EU, a trade ministry official said.