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Algeria worries for falling prices of oil

Algeria worries for falling prices of oil

With oil costs at their least in five years and hinting at few arriving in a desperate predicament, Algeria is feeling the squeeze. In spite of the fact that its issues are overshadowed by the effect on Russia for instance, Algeria may need to rein back a large number of the strategies it has held dear over numerous years. Liberal ...

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Kenya: fight breaks out parliament

fight breaks out parliament

Fistfights and fights have softened out up Kenya’s parliament over a dubious security bill. The enactment giving powers clearing forces to seek after terrorist suspects and shorten press flexibilities was passed notwithstanding the tumult, which over and over constrained the vote to be postponed. Restriction Mps resolved to hindering the vote tossed water at the agent speaker, Joyce Laboso, as ...

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The economic impact of anti-gay bill in Uganda

Uganda’s leader on Friday flagged he is having misgivings over intense against homosexuality enactment, contending the east African country required to consider the effect on exchange and monetary development. In a publication conveyed by a main national day by day, veteran President Yoweri Museveni said he just approved a dubious hostile to gay law not long ago in light of ...

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Getting into your own business: The entrepreneurial mindset

Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Mark Zuckerberg, and the person down the street who started their own business must have something in common. The only problem is that we are not really too sure what it is. Isn’t it strange, I can tell you exactly how to travel to the moon, land on it, and return, and I can tell you ...

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Getting into your own business (Part 29): Distribution is the key to success

If you go shopping in any major city in the world today, you will notice that there are more and more chain stores than ever before. When you go and have a look on the shelves of these stores, you will almost always find that the range of products most stores carry are also limited. You will probably find in ...

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Getting into your own business (Part 28): To be or not to be?

Over the past 27 weeks I have been writing about entrepreneurship. Its perhaps time to ask the question: Is entrepreneurship for everyone? So to answer this question, lets first have a look at some of the reasons why people become entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship is not all about glory. Many people have little choice and their livelihood comes from undertaking some activities ...

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Getting into your own business (Part 27): Is small beautiful?

We are always told that size doesn’t matter. However society acts as though size is the most important thing on Earth. I’m talking about the size of your company of course. There is a great difference socially between being the sole proprietor of a moms and pops store and the CEO of a large mining company. Both of these people ...

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