Category : Europe News

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

Philippines’ Iloilo Impresses European Businessmen

March 10, 2022 - Prague, Czech Republic --  A kickstart after what speculators know as “could possibly be” the last web page of the pandemic worldwide, Philippines’ Prime Fenris current pandemic-molded platform of investment in the island of Iloilo,...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

European Eyes Funding in The Philippines

March 10, 2022 -  Manila, Philippines  - With the new authorities arrange favored for overseas investment in the Philippines, Prime Fenris Corporation helps to bridge that hole by providing buyers entry to Philippine tasks with views of less danger...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

European Eyes Investment in The Philippines

March 10, 2022 -  Manila, Philippines  - With the new government set up favored for overseas funding within the Philippines, Prime Fenris Corporation helps to bridge that gap by offering buyers access to Philippine tasks with views of much less dang...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

Prospects for a reset of Seoul–Tokyo relations

Writer: Lauren Richardson, ANU Ties between Seoul and Tokyo reached their lowest ebb in many years beneath the administrations of South Korean President Moon Jae-in and former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe as bilateral historical past problems...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

Myanmar’s pandemic politics goes international

Writer: Htet Myat Aung, Yangon Controlling the COVID-19 pandemic is turning into a political battleground and diplomatic device in Myanmar. The nation remains embroiled in political and economic turmoil after the 2021 coup, with political competitio...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

Combatting Japan’s agricultural worker shortage

Writer: Yusaku Yoshikawa, JIN Corporation One of many largest challenges for agriculture in Japan has been its continual worker shortage. The business’s jobs-to-applicants ratio is greater than different sectors and through the COVID-19 pandemic it...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

The China–Russia condominium in Kazakhstan

Writer: Loro Horta, Dili In early January 2022, Kazakhstan skilled its worst riots in current historical past. Many observers argued that the riots might undermine Chinese interests on this resource-rich nation. But the state of affairs is way extra...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

Malaysia’s need for universal child benefits

Writer: Hawati Abdul Hamid, Khazanah Research Institute Youngsters are one of the essential assets for driving Malaysia’s future progress. Sadly, child-related indicators have deteriorated in recent times. The economic fallout induced by COVID-19 wi...

by Prague Examiner - 2 months ago

India’s aloof response to the Ukraine crisis

Authors: Artyom Lukin, Far Japanese Federal University and Aditya Pareek, Takshashila Establishment Moscow’s choice to recognise the Lugansk and Donetsk Individuals’s Republics after which launch a ‘particular army operation’ in Ukraine has created...