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WHAT'S NEW?: Moves away from traditional, hierarchical, full-time structures towards a gig and shared economy continue apace. New models of virtual working and work anywhere, anytime for anybody are likely to grow dramatically in the coming years.

  • [New] Guinness Nigeria Plc has increased its production line for the manufacturing of spirit drinks in order to create more job opportunities and enhance return for stakeholders. Vanguard News
  • [New] With supplemental funding, Community Farm Alliance will double the number of participating retail locations and increase the incentives at farmers markets and retail locations. USDA
  • [New] While the US continues to be the target of choice for Canadian firms, European activity can be expected to pick up - particularly in the highly sought-after clean energy market - as the hunt for high-growth assets pushes buyers further afield. M&A Explorer
  • [New] The Home Office's failure to follow up its promise with action is pushing refugees to take deadly risks and leaving vulnerable people who have remained in Afghanistan at the mercy of the Taliban. The Guardian
  • [New] The main cause for concern in the U.S. economy should be supply chain issues, warning that continued problems could contaminate demand for products. The Hill
  • [New] No time frame was given for all the UK's health services to reach the net zero target, but NHS England already set out plans last year to hit it by 2040, with an aim of an 80% reduction between by 2028 and 2032. lab-recycling-saves-6000-per-100-recycling-bins
  • [New] Further price decreases depend on a number of factors, including risks around speculation in the oil and energy market, possible increases in U.S. shale production and the willingness of OPEC to follow through on its global supply commitments. Politico
  • [New] Key risks to global markets include persistent elevated inflation, central bank missteps, slowing China growth, supply chain disruption, energy shortages and increasing geopolitical concerns. T .Rowe Price
  • [New] Government push to infrastructure expansion in countries such as China, the U.S., and India is expected to create lucrative opportunities for sales of dolomite. ADVFN
  • [New] When the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stated that veterinarians can utilize telemedicine to treat animals during the COVID-19 pandemic, it created new income potential for companies in the global veterinary teleradiology market. ADVFN
  • [New] The veterinary teleradiology market is expected to grow considerably over the next few years to come due to expansion of the pet animal sector expands, technical breakthroughs, and rise in the number of veterinarian radiologists. ADVFN
  • [New] The global aluminium market will grow at an average rate of 3.3% per annum over the next decade with strong demand driven by the energy transition and decarbonisation. BizClik Media
  • [New] The pandemic and COVID variants remain one of the biggest risks to markets, and are likely to continue to inject volatility over 2022. TKer by Sam Ro
  • [New] Small businesses in New South Wales have just weeks before they can trade free of tough vaccine rules, after the state government said it will lift the majority of COVID-19 restrictions next month. SmartCompany
  • [New] The investment, employment and export opportunities for Australia are huge, and the Palaszczuk Government will want to see Queensland gain its fair share. reneweconomy
  • [New] The huge employment, investment and export opportunities in zero emissions industries of the future are a top priority for the Queensland government and a growing number of industry leaders. reneweconomy
  • [New] Fewer workers from the EU are coming to the UK following the introduction of migration restrictions, recent data shows, with experts warning that the UK is not attractive to everyone. People Management
  • [New] Hydrogen demand would further rise to reach 27.9 million mt/year in 2050 - 13.5 million mt/year for power production, 2.2 million mt/year for vehicles and 12.2 million mt/year for industrial use. S&P Global Platts
  • [New] Flights between the U.S. and South Africa are limited compared with other international destinations, but the sudden changes in travel rules make it difficult for customers to book and could further delay the return of lucrative international business travel. CNBC

Last updated: 29 November 2021


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