Oil companies need to go green to remain competitive, according to the research firm. Regulation could help, but so far has failed to put significant pressure on the industry. For example, existing carbon taxes cover very little global oil production or consumption, Morningstar noted. … [Read more...] about These oil companies are leading the industry’s green transformation
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The moves came as Chinese officials said the death toll from the virus had risen to 132 while the number of people carrying the disease jumped to 5,974 – overtaking the number of confirmed cases of the respiratory disease Sars during an outbreak in 2003. … [Read more...] about Multinationals suspend business in China as fallout from coronavirus widens
When forecasts on automation are presented in Slovakia, they are usually met with some negativity due to concerns that workers could lose their jobs as a result. This is not the case for business service centres, in which robots are not machines manufacturing something, but applications or computer programmes. … [Read more...] about Automation increases effectiveness of business service centres
"A large part of the procedure applicable to regular companies continues to be applicable to the companies that can opt for the summary procedure. It is therefore unclear if the process will be fast tracked merely by shifting the jurisdiction to the central government," she noted. … [Read more...] about Govt Notifies Rules for Winding up of Companies under Cos Act
Chair of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) Vu Tien Loc, when talking about policies to support businesses recently, mentioned the ‘loneliness’ of the majority of businesses, especially small, medium, and micro sized companies, which account for 95 percent of total Vietnamese enterprises. … [Read more...] about What should be done to help Vietnamese businesses grow?