Israel on Friday shrugged off calls for its top spy to be be arrested in the killing of a Hamas commander, as pressure mounted after Interpol issued arrest warrants for 11 suspects in the Dubai hit. Read more of this post
China sold $34bn (£21.5bn) worth of US government bonds in December, raising fears that Beijing is using its financial muscle to signal that it has lost confidence in American economic policy. Read more of this post
RFID, short for Radio Frequency ID, tags have found their way into a wide variety of applications. These pellets, which are often roughly the same size as a grain of rice, can help us to be reunited with our lost pets, keep towels inside the hotel, and keep big box stores shipping the right boxes […]
Industry, Investment and Commerce Minister Anthony Hylton said that if Jamaica was to become a place to live, work, raise families, and do business, as set out in Vision 2030, the economy must be transformed into one which is private sector led.
Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, welcoming the second largest investment in the mining sector, said as a country, “we have to open to the world…we have to partner with the world,” particularly given the potential size of the multimillion-dollar investment.
Venezuela’s Ambassador to Haiti, Pedro Antonio Canino Gonzales described the comments made by the World Bank’s representative to Haiti, Mary Barton-Dock, as interfering in the bilateral agreement reached between the two countries.
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. Denzil Douglas said that the twin-island federation continues to show signs of an easing in its economic situation as evidenced by a slowing of the contraction in economic output.