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Road rebuilding starts on eastern side of Ghana’s Accra
Accra roadMay 25, 2020 ET
Road rebuilding work is now being carried out on the eastern side of Ghana’s capital, Accra.
Japan to end Tokyo's state of emergency, eyes fresh $930 billion stimulus
Tokyo streetMay 25, 2020 ET
Japan will lift a state of emergency for Tokyo and remaining areas still facing restrictions on Monday, while the Nikkei reported a plan for new stimulus worth almost $1 trillion to help companies ride out the coronavirus pandemic.
Madagascar gets 4 million euros for Sahofika hydropower project
Madagascar streetMay 25, 2020 ET
The African Development Fund has approved a 4.02 million euro loan with a grant component to finance the Government of Madagascar’s 30 million euro equity investment in the Sahofika hydropower project, which will generate affordable, clean energy benefitting some 8 million people.
Highlights: May 18, 2020 - May 23, 2020
What happened last weekMay 25, 2020 ET
The most interesting stories that marked last week.
FTC sends warning letters to 50 more marketers that claim their products treat coronavirus
Chinese MedicineMay 23, 2020 ET
The Federal Trade Commission announced it has sent letters warning 50 more marketers nationwide to stop making unsubstantiated claims that their products and therapies can treat or prevent coronavirus.
Australia extends cruise ship ban to mid-September
Australia cruise shipMay 23, 2020 ET
Australia on Friday extended its ban on most international cruise ships for three months until 17 September.
Tanzania, Kenya resolve dispute over coronavirus tests for cross-border truck drivers
Kenya borderMay 23, 2020 ET
Tanzania and Kenya on Friday resolved a dispute over coronavirus tests for truck drivers crossing the border, facilitating trade between the two East African countries.
Teamsters denounce DHS policy change amid coronavirus pandemic
Homeland SecurityMay 23, 2020 ET
Teamsters Dairy and Food Processing Division Director Rome Aloise issued a statement regarding the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announcement that it will be suspending limits on the H2-B visa program and permitting companies in the U.S. food supply chain to hire or extend the stay of temporary workers.
North American oil and gas rig count falls to record lows
Oil rigMay 22, 2020 ET
The U.S. and Canadian oil and natural gas rig count fell to all-time low.
Vietnam internet speed sluggish till early June
Vietnam streetMay 22, 2020 ET
Vietnamese internet users will continue to experience slow speeds until repairs to the disaster-prone AAG undersea cable are completed on June 2.
Dubai conducts 50,000 inspections on construction sites
Dubai construction siteMay 22, 2020 ET
Dubai Municipality has announced that it has intensified monitoring and inspection of construction sites across the emirate to ensure all preventive and precautionary guidelines are being implemented and instructions in circulars followed.
Ethiopia invites bidders for telecom licenses
Abiy AhmedMay 22, 2020 ET
The Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) on Thursday said it has invited expressions of interests for two telecom licenses.
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