Kaliningrad Nuclear Plant: : HypoVereinsbank follows BNP Paribas and pulls out. When will Coface and Société Générale follow suit?

  Member of Kaliningrad Nuclear Plant: HypoVereinsbank follows BNP Paribas and pulls out. When will Coface and Société Générale follow suit? Paris, April 26th, 2013 Press Release Following in the footsteps of BNP Paribas, the German HypoVereinsbank recently announced that it will not finance the Kaliningrad nuclear power plant in …

UN REPORT HIGHLIGHTS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INTO AND OUT OF EMERGING ECONOMIES

UN REPORT HIGHLIGHTS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INTO AND OUT OF EMERGING ECONOMIES New York, Mar 25 2013  4:00PM Foreign direct investment (FDI) going into and out of the emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – collectively known as BRICS – is mounting in global influence, according …

The Cypriot viewpoint

     The Cypriot viewpoint By Cyprus.com Editors Cyprus Bailout: Stupidity, Short-Sightedness, Something Else? A quick run-down on the impressively stupid handling of the “Cyprus bailout” by the EU. And, before we go on, we should note that the on-the-ground situation for visitors and tourists is perfectly fine – Cypriots are …

NewNet Clean Energy Investor Newsletter:Saperatec receives €3.3m seed funding for recycling plant

Essential industry insights: cleantech, renewables, sustainability NewNet Daily Newsletter 13 March 2013 Find all the latest seed, growth and late stage deal activity in the green space in one place with a New Energy World Network premium subscription Deal News Saperatec receives €3.3m seed funding for recycling plant Chromatin inks sorghum …

BRICS Summit 2012 — Dropping US dollar, IMF & aid to Syria

These two stories from Bloomberg and Digital Journal, sent to us, with our thanks, by our colleague, Gil Raiford BRICS Summit 2012 — Dropping US dollar, IMF & aid to Syria By Anne Sewell Mar 29, 2012 in World New Delhi – At a meeting of the world’s 5 leading …

Q&A: Why Durban is different to climate change agreements of the past

Q&A: Why Durban is different to climate change agreements of the past World governments have committed themselves to reaching a legally binding deal. What are the chances of the process succeeding? What happened in Durban? For the first time, world governments committed themselves to write a comprehensive global agreement to …