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Doctor Ruth Aceng (R), Minister of Health of Uganda speaks to an official from Sunbelt Textiles Company Limited, in Kampala, capital of Uganda, April 2, 2020. Sunbelt Textiles Company Limited on Thursday donated 30,000 USD to help Uganda to fight COVID-19 pandemic. (Xinhua/Nicholas Kajoba)

Uganda starts survey to determine prevalence of COVID-19

Uganda's Ministry of Health on Tuesday flagged off investigation teams to conduct a rapid assessment survey of the prevalence of the COVID-19 pandemic in...

High prices, short operating distances deter Germans from buying electric cars

A majority of 56 percent of car owners in Germany could not picture themselves buying an electric car in the next five years, according...

UK manufacturing sector in recovery but headwinds remain

Britain's manufacturing sector is on a slightly firmer footing in February but still remains subject to supply-chain headwinds from the novel coronavirus outbreak and...

U.S. voters highly concerned about growing national debt

American voters are highly concerned about the rise in national debt as the 2020 presidential campaign gets underway, according to a survey released by...

Kenya’s private sector shrinks in January for 1st time in 9 months

Business activity in Kenya's private sector shrank in January for the first time since April 2019, with output falling at the sharpest pace in...

Survey on Performance of MMDCEs outdoored

Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) were on Tuesday tasked to strike a delicate balance with their relationship with local and external...

S/R: Damongo Youth throws weight behind Gonja King over centralisation of Govt Depts

The Damongo Youth Parliament, a civic rights group based in Damongo the Savannah Regional capital is supporting demands by the King of Gonja (Yagbonwura)...

Brexit and election concerns take blame for UK’s failing business output

UK business output has seen the sharpest drop in more than three years in November amid continuing Brexit uncertainty compounded by an upcoming general...
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Zambia to record 16 percent drop in maize production

Zambia is this year expected to record a 16 percent decrease in maize production, a crop forecast survey released on Wednesday has shown. ...
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Economists doubt East Germany can make up for lost time

In the 30th year after the fall of the Berlin Wall, German economists no longer believed that East Germany would catch up any further...
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Zambian businesses show signs of recovery in February

Businesses in Zambia showed signs of recovery in February, with both output and new orders returning to growth during the month, a survey released...

Survey Says Economists Predicts Recession for US in 2021

Majority of the U.S. economists believe the country will fall into a recession no later than in 2021, according to a survey report released...
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Survey Shows growing number of Child Marriages in N/R

The findings of the 2017/2018 Ghana Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) has revealed that child marriages is highest in Northern, Upper East, and Volta...

Tunisians worried over state of democracy

According to a new survey conducted by Afrobarometer, support for democracy is dwindling in Tunisia amid negative perceptions of economic conditions. The survey also reveals...

Ghana Will Soon Use New Base Land Maps

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has said after 44 years of using land maps in the country for land administration, the time is ripe...

Ghana Still Practicing Single Sticks Cigarette Selling

There is a strong advocacy for the implementation of Article 16 of the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), which...

48% Of Nigerians Say The Country’s Economic Condition Is “worse” Or “much Worse”

The Afrobarometer national partners in Nigeria, CLEEN Foundation, Practical Sampling International, in its recently released survey in Abuja has shown that, about 60% of...
Graduates from Zhejiang University fly paper planes at a classroom, July, 2017. (Photo from People’s Daily Online)

China’s Sense of Happiness Has Improved Considerably

Most Chinese college students feel positive toward life, and only a small percentage (13.8 percent) said they are unhappy, according to a recent survey...

Survey suggests two sessions will delve more into anti-corruption

The fight against corruption is among the hottest topics of the upcoming annual sessions of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and Chinese People’s Political...
Workers at Phoenix Metals Ltd push bags of minerals after weighing them at the plant yesterday. (John Mbanda)

Chinese institute to begin Kenya aerial mineral survey next Feb.

China's Geological Exploration Technology Institute (GETI) is set to begin its aerial mineral survey in February 2018, a Kenya government official said on Friday. Dan...
A photo of a snow leopard captured at the Wolong National Nature Reserve last winter. (Photo by Wolong National Nature Reserve)

Wolong Snow Leopards Survey Almost Completed

China is about to complete its biggest-ever survey on snow leopards living in Wolong National Nature Reserve, southwest Sichuan Province as the annual International...
A medical team is providing treatment for herdsmen in a pasturing area of Abaga Banner, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Photo by Wu Yong from People’s Daily)

Survey Shows Vast Improvement in the Lives of Chinese People

Chinese people’s lives have been notably improved over the past five years owing to China’s significant achievements in economic development, poverty alleviation and strict...

Nepal Launches Strategies for National Sector Export

The Government of Nepal today launched four National Sector Export Strategies and a report on non-tariff measures (NTM) at a ceremony in Kathmandu. The...

Students Union Appeals to Minister Over School of Survey Closure

Three Students Unions; the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS), the University Students Association of Ghana (USAG), and the Ghana Union of Professional Students...

IMF Article 4 Survey Puts Ghana on Positive Path of Growth

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected a more promising economic prospect for Ghana’s economy for the rest of 2017.According to the fund, the increased...

Most Greeks think delay in bailout review bad for economy

Greek citizens fear that further delay in the conclusion of the pending bailout review will bring more negative effects on the country's economy, according...

Cambodian students want more books, better reading environment

Students in Cambodia wanted more books and better reading environment in the library, a survey revealed on Sunday. The survey was conducted...

GII Survey Reveals The True Picture of Corruption at DVLA, GRA, Passport Office

A survey conducted by the Ghana Integrity initiative anti-corruption Consortium, has confirmed that bribery is actually taking place at the customs division of the...

Most German economists doubt Brexit negotiation timetable

Most German economists have been skeptical about the timetable of the forthcoming Brexit negotiations, a German survey released here on Thursday showed. ...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

7 out of 10 Greeks want stay in eurozone

The majority of Greeks (71.4 percent) wants Greece to stay in the eurozone, with only 22.4 percent choosing the return to drachma, according to...