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Interview: CPC leadership key to fulfilling Chinese people's dreams, says Egypt's ex-PM

China.dot.org 01 Oct 2022
The Belt and Road Initiative is a vivid illustration of the policy of opening up and also serves as a platform promoting multilateralism and globalization, and expanding the scope of international cooperation, he said. In recent years, he said, the construction of its New Suez ...
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Sisi delegates defense minster to lay wreath at Nasser ‘s tomb

Egypt Independent 29 Sep 2022
The move comes in line with the State’s efforts to diversify energy sources and shift to a clean energy and preserve environment, in light of having many important ports at the Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea along with the Suez Canal, which is a vital artery of global trade.
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SUEZ doubles investments to consolidate position in water and waste management

China Daily 28 Sep 2022
SUEZ doubles its investments to consolidate its position as a leading player in water and waste management ... The acquisition of SUEZ R&R in the United Kingdom is a major strategic step forward for the Group, consolidating its position as a global player in the waste market;.
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Gradiant Announces President Of Global Operations And Strategic Hires For Business Acceleration

Malaysian National News Agency 27 Sep 2022
... had been managing director of Asia Pacific for Evoqua, a leading water and wastewater treatment solutions provider and the global business development & strategy leader for SUEZ Water Technologies.
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Gradiant announces President of Global Operations, strategic hires

Malaysian National News Agency 27 Sep 2022
... a leading water and wastewater treatment solutions provider and the global business development & strategy leader for SUEZ Water Technologies.
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New owner targeting diversification and growth after takeover deal

The Business Desk 26 Sep 2022
A Blackburn-based luxury portable toilet and showers business has been acquired, for an undisclosed sum ... It is his first major venture as a business owner, having spent the past 10 years as a regional manager for recycling and waste management firm Suez. Related Articles.   Global M&A specialist opens Manchester office ... Ed said ... He added ... .
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UN raises funds to salvage oil tanker ‘time bomb’ off Yemen coast

Al Jazeera 22 Sep 2022
The UN, the United States and other governments, as well as Greenpeace and other international organisations, have long warned that a huge release, or explosion, could disrupt global commercial shipping through the vital Bab al-Mandeb Strait and the Suez Canal, causing untold damage to the global economy.
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The world needs an energy revolution – but renewables alone will not be enough

New Statesman 21 Sep 2022
One after another, large energy producers – Venezuela, Russia, Iran – are becoming international outcasts, excluded from the ruling global order ... For Europe this is catastrophic because the continent remains dependent on global flows of fossil fuels and, since the Suez crisis in 1956, is unable to direct them.
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Broken Links: Canada jockeys for opportunities as auto supply chains diversify

Canoe 21 Sep 2022
Emergency events of the past two years—not just COVID-19 but a fire at a major chipmaker, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a megaship getting stuck in the Suez Canal; a trucker blockade at the border—have each exposed potential blockages in a low-inventory, globalized manufacturing strategy.
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MACN seeking cooperation and collaboration with Suez Canal

Seatrade Maritime News 20 Sep 2022
“I would like to thank the Suez Canal Authority and Chairman and Managing Director, Admiral Ossama Rabiee, for their hospitality and the opportunity to discuss MACN’s mission and global engagement,” Torbrand said ... In MACN’s report on its first 10 years of reporting between 2011 and 2020 the Suez Canal topped global risk hotspots.
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UN: Pledge goal reached for averting oil disaster off Yemen

The Nashville Ledger 20 Sep 2022
The U.N ... operations in Yemen ... U.S ... The United Nations, the United States and other governments, as well as Greenpeace and other international organizations, long have warned that a major release — or explosion — could disrupt global commercial shipping through the vital Bab el Mendez and Suez Canal routes, causing untold damage to the global economy.
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Suez Canal to hike transit tolls in 2023

Seatrade Maritime News 19 Sep 2022
Tolls for vessels using the Suez Canal are set to rise by 15% next year with the exception of dry cargo and cruise ships which will increase by 10% ... Adm Rabiee also noted that the increases are inevitable given current global inflation of over 8% and increasing operational and navigational costs for the Suez Canal.
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Suez Canal Authority and MACN Discuss Industry Collaboration

The Maritime Executive 19 Sep 2022
MACN CEO, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, highlighted the significance of this visit “I would like to thank the Suez Canal Authority and Chairman and Managing Director, Admiral Osama Rabie, for their hospitality and the opportunity to discuss MACN’s mission and global engagement.”.
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Suez Canal announces increases in toll rates by 2023

SAFETY4SEA 19 Sep 2022
The Suez Canal ... In addition, the increase is inevitable, said the Suez Canal, and a necessity in light of the current global inflation rates that reached more than 8% which translates into increased operational costs and the costs of the navigational services provided in the Canal.
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Business news at a glance

West Hawaii Today 19 Sep 2022
Egypt to raise Suez Canal transit fees for ships in 2023. Egypt says it will increase transit fees for vessels, including oil-laden tankers, passing through Suez Canal, one of the world’s most crucial waterways ... About 10% of global trade flows through the Suez Canal, which is a major source of foreign currency to Egypt.

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