Wawanesa Insurance forms an alliance with the True North Real Estate Development

The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, Canada’s largest mutual insurer founded in Manitoba in 1896, is partnering with True North Real Estate Development (TNRED) to build its new North American headquarters at True... Read more »

United Arab Emirates banking shares would provide more to the investors

Banking scrips give the redeeming quality to ambushed UAE markets. The best-performing banking stocks in the UAE still have heaps of room on the upside. First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB) shares have... Read more »

United Arab Emirates as well as Saudi Arabia would be keeping their utility developers at work

In what has been a relatively quiet 2019 for utility developers and contractors in the Middle East and North Africa, the UAE and Saudi Arabia are offering the most potential opportunities. In... Read more »

Trump commends his meet up with the Prince of Whales

US President Donald Trump praised his own tact with eminence and outside pioneers, yet erroneously portrayed Britain’s Prince Charles, as the “Sovereign of Whales”. “I meet and converse with ‘ governments abroad’... Read more »

Sourced Group boosts the Singapore Airlines’ journey to adopt the cloud technology

Sourced Group (Sourced), a worldwide IT counseling firm work in huge scale cloud changes, is satisfied to be locked in by Singapore Airlines (SIA) in its computerized change program. Working together with... Read more »

Renault Samsung Motors finally reaches a deal

The year-long labor dispute at Renault Samsung Motors seems to be at an end, with the two sides reaching an agreement late Wednesday on wages and working conditions. Management and labor tentatively... Read more »

Attacks on Oil Tanker near Iran has unexpected effects on Japan

The Strait of Hormuz, the world’s most significant oil chokepoint, is famously minor. On Thursday, Japan was stuck right amidst it. Promptly in the day, two tankers were supposedly assaulted in the... Read more »

Nepal and UK are ready to talk about Gurkha issues

On the event of the visit to the United Kingdom of the Prime Minister of Nepal, Rt. Hon. K P Sharma Oli, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the... Read more »

To Reduce the regulatory of banks is not a piece of cake

Congress has piled law upon law upon the banking business since 1863, when it enacted the National Bank Act. The creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913 and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation... Read more »