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South Africa and Cuba signed water management agreement
Edna MolewaSeptember 11, 2013 ET
South Africa's Minister for Water and Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa announced the new agreement signed with Cuba in water management.
Vietnamese workers may go to South Korea again
South KoreaSeptember 11, 2013 ET
Under a special agreement, the sending of Vietnamese workers to South Korea will be resumed after a year-long suspension due to Vietnamese workers who stayed to work illegally in Korea.
China to open embassy in Somalia
China SomaliaSeptember 11, 2013 ET
Somalia has officially signed a cooperation agreement with China. The agreement will pave a five year plan to help recovery Somalia.
Kofi Annan: African opposition to GMO is a farce
Kofi AnnanSeptember 10, 2013 ET
Concern in Africa over genetically modified crops has been dismissed as fear of the unknown by an environmental group chaired by Kofi Annan, the former UN secretary general.
European Union to give 52 million to Palestine
PalestineSeptember 10, 2013 ET
The European Union has made available 52 million euros for development projects in Palestine to support economic and social development and institution-building measures foreseen by the Palestinian National Development Plan for 2011-2013.
Finland hopes EU, China to value free trade
Jyrki KatainenSeptember 10, 2013 ET
Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said that the European Union and China should attach more importance to the concept of free trade, especially when signals indicate possible recovery from economic crisis.
Norway paying employees of the Somalia government
Somalia governmentSeptember 10, 2013 ET
The Norwegian government has begun paying the salaries of 380 employees of the Somalia government to help build up the country's legitimacy, Eidsvoll Holmas, Norway's international development minister said.
Taiwan targets more China petrochemical projects
TaiwanSeptember 10, 2013 ET
Taiwan's government may loosen restrictions on investment in petrochemical production in China, where new projects have already attracted some interest from Taiwanese companies.
ICSID: Venezuela unlawfully expropriated ConocoPhillips' investments
ConocoPhillipsSeptember 10, 2013 ET
International arbitration Tribunal ruled Venezuela unlawfully expropriated ConocoPhillips' oil investments in the Petrozuata and Hamaca heavy crude oil projects and the offshore Corocoro project.
MEPs calling European Commission to stop IP-tracking
IP-trackingSeptember 9, 2013 ET
Members of the European Parliament have called on the European Commission to protect consumers' privacy and personal data online by regulating the IP-tracking systems of some commercial internet sites.
Southern European countries want joint defense
Europe defenseSeptember 9, 2013 ET
Spain, Portugal and Italy have jointly proposed to pool resources for defense spending, seeing more coordination in the military sector as an answer to the economic difficulties the European Union is facing, reports EurActiv Italy.
Nigeria wants more direct ownership of its oil and gas
Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)September 9, 2013 ET
Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) warned investors interested in three shallow water oil blocks offered for sale by Chevron that buyers may lose the right to operate them.

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