Barbados Plans To Earn $7.5m From Tuna Export By 2027

In the next seven years, tuna export from Barbados is expected to boost the island’s revenue by $7.5 million. Representatives of the island’s fishing industry...
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ILO Panel To Countries: Treat Seafarers As Key Workers During Coronavirus Pandemic

A panel of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) wants seafarers to be treated as ‘key workers’ and exempted from travel restrictions during the coronavirus...

In March, World Food Prices Drop, Zoom In Nigeria

Despite the rising food prices in Nigeria largely due to the coronavirus lockdown, in other parts of the world, food prices are on the...

Aftermath Of Coronavirus Crisis, Recession Hits Global Economy, 80 Countries Seek IMF Emergency Aid

The unyielding coronavirus pandemic has driven the global economy into a recession. Already, over 80 countries have appealed for emergency aid from the International Monetary...

SARO Agro Visits IITA, Explores Partnership Deal

Senior managers of SARO Agro Industrial Ltd have visited the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) to explore the possibility of partnering with the Institute.  SARO is...

Investors seeking positive opportunities amid coronavirus gloom

Investors are now actively seeking ‘new world’ sectors and companies as the world readjusts to life with coronavirus and looks ahead to an economic...

Total Rolls Out Measures To Contain Unstable Oil Prices

French oil major, Total, has announced an action plan to be implemented immediately in a context of oil prices on the order of $30...

COVID-19: Western Union devises ways to meet customers’ need

Western Union, a global player in money transfers, is encouraging its customers to go for “digital money transfers” now that the world has been...

Sri Lanka Goes Live With Wildlife Trade

Sri Lanka has enhanced its management of wildlife trade by becoming the first country to go live with an electronic permit system. The system is developed...

Organic Farmland Increases By One Million Hectares In Europe, FiBL Says

Organic farmland in Europe has increased by more than one million hectares just as organic producers are also on the rise. The Research Institute of...

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