Economies of Scale

The week of May 17 to 22

In a market like Indonesia, it takes more than a unicorn to successfully deliver food or make phone calls. While its population of 270 million lends itself to economies of scale, the nation is a complex network of 17,000 islands, where tech giants from across Southeast Asia vie for dominance. …

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Learn How To Get Solar Panels On Your Property At 9 Local Webinars With The Area’s Leading Installer | Local News

Attendees will learn about group buying discounts, federal tax credits and grants offered by Focus on Energy. They will be able to sign up for a free solar scan that will provide the financial and environmental benefits of renewable solar technology. “Regardless of whether the installation is for a business …

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SMEs and intellectual property rights

By Charlene Musiza SMEs are seen as engines of growth – creating a diverse workforce, low- and high-skilled jobs, and providing goods and services. But often SMEs fail to tap this potential. This is because they lack adequate resources to market their goods and services. The ability of SMEs to …

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Brexit: Free trade deal with Australia could endanger UK livelihoods, farmer groups warn | Economic news

Farmer groups have warned that a proposed free trade deal with Australia could put livelihoods at risk. The concerns come as the Prime Minister chaired a meeting of senior ministers to discuss the impact of tariff removal on imported Australian products, including beef and lamb. The meeting follows tensions within …

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Jaishankar calls event ‘black swan’ of COVID-19 crisis

New Delhi [India], May 20 (ANI): External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday called the COVID-19 pandemic a “black swan event” and said its impact on the world order and the future of Asia remains to understand. Addressing the 26th “Future of Asia” Conference, the minister said: “The COVID-19 crisis …

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Demand for minerals threatens clean energy deployment, IEA warns

Governments must act urgently to ensure that critical minerals such as copper, lithium, nickel, cobalt and rare earths enable the transition to clean energy rather than creating a bottleneck, warned the International Energy Agency (IEA). In a report, the agency said it expects demand for critical minerals to increase six-fold …

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Biofuel producers, farmers not offered when switching to electrical energy | Farm Discussion board

DES MOINES, Iowa – The president and the auto trade argue the nation is on the verge of a large shift to electrical autos and away from liquid-fueled automobiles, however biofuel producers and a few of their supporters in Congress don’t purchase it. They argue that now’s the time to …

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Aviation will see extra mergers and acquisitions and consolidation, particularly plane leasing

American Airways jets stand idly by at their doorways as a aircraft arrives at Sky Harbor Worldwide Airport … [+] in Phoenix. AP Picture / Matt York, file Whereas the aviation business has suffered enormously from the Covid-19 pandemic, enthusiasm is rising amongst many gamers as vaccine deployments proceed to …

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Benefit from AfCFTA to grow to be web exporters of refined petroleum merchandise – Wamkele Mene to Africa

African Union “Ladies and younger Africans are on the coronary heart of the implementation of the #AfCFTA – HE @MeneWamkele Twitter African Continental Free Commerce Space (AfCFTA) Secretary Basic Wamkele Mene says it’s excessive time for Africa to maneuver from being a web importer of refined petroleum merchandise to a …

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