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Gambia’s 2025 Target For Power Access

Gambia’s 2025 Target For Power Access

Speaking in Brikama on 20MW plant project, the Gambian president Adama Barrow said a noticeable number of the population have no access to electricity although the government has made efforts to resolve the issue since 2017. He stated the government will provide access to electricity for 685 communities in the country over the next 3 […]Read More

India’s Pharma To Stop Dependence from China

India’s Pharma To Stop Dependence from China

In the wake of the row between China and India over border in June 2020, India is focusing on self-sufficiency in active pharmaceutical ingredients (API). Despite being famous in the world for huge potential to produce drugs, China provided the country with half of API it needed in the year 2019. India, also, had to […]Read More

Taco Bell Joins Chicken Sandwich Chain

Taco Bell Joins Chicken Sandwich Chain

The fast-food restaurant company, Taco Bell, will go ahead with the first try of the new item in places like Tennessee, Nashville, and Charlotte. As the fourth fast-food company with popular chicken sandwich, announced only a month ago, Taco will go for chicken as an alternative to beef. The food item is expanding following the […]Read More

Taiwan Pledges to Focus on Auto Chips

Taiwan Pledges to Focus on Auto Chips

Global chip shortage is still the problem automakers are facing; some have even had to reduce their output. Joe Biden’s top economic adviser, Brian Deese, appreciated the efforts by Wang Mei-hua, Taiwan Economy Minister, to fight the problem. Speaking on a letter from the White House concerning the issue, Wang said she has met with […]Read More

Coke Zero Sugar To Bring Benefits to Company

Coke Zero Sugar To Bring Benefits to Company

In a few years, zero-sugar product will be a base of expansion for the Coca-Cola Company. James Quincey, the chairman/CEO at Coca-Cola in his recent interview said Coke Zero Sugar is the cause of growth in 2021 and perhaps the next few years. Pretty much similar to the Coke soda, the sugar-free beverage aims to draw […]Read More

Bosch, Microsoft to Develop Driverless Software

Bosch, Microsoft to Develop Driverless Software

Bosch Engineering Company has announced it’s cooperating with Microsoft Corporation to develop software for automobiles to join the rapidly-expanding electromobility (e-mobility) industry. The Germany-based company will use cloud computing, a technology based on Microsoft Azure, with Bosch’s software units. The software platform will be tested in selected vehicles by the end of this year. Bosch management director […]Read More

Cold Hinders Texas Oil Production

Cold Hinders Texas Oil Production

After a week’s gain early this session due to cold spell, oil prices saw a flipside on February 18. Brent crude oil dropped to $64.23 per barrel and West Texas Intermediate crude fell to $61.06 per barrel. The unprecedented frost has caused a halt in roughly one-fifth of the U.S. refining quantity and outage in […]Read More

Will Franchising Recover in 2021?

Will Franchising Recover in 2021?

If the coronavirus is kept under control, franchising is expected to grow to the levels before the pandemic in 2021. According to the International Franchise Association, expectedly there will be a growth in the number of franchised locations (over 26,000 will join the industry). Employment will also see a growth over 10% (equal to about […]Read More

Cat Predicts a Growth Soon

Cat Predicts a Growth Soon

Caterpillar Inc. (CAT) is getting prepared to grow in the few years to come. Recently, it saw good sings which it hopes to linger. The stocks of the construction machinery and equipment company saw a record high of $203.29 on February 16. With an increase in goods prices, construction development, and most importantly, a possible […]Read More

Scotland Installs Tidal Turbine in Japan

Scotland Installs Tidal Turbine in Japan

Scotland has developed a tidal turbine, inserted off the Japanese Naru Island. According to Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE), the turbine managed to generate 10 MW hours in 10 days of trial project. Graham Reid, CEO of SAE, said the facilities are a turning point in developing green energy, adding it’s the initial tidal turbine in […]Read More

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