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USA Biofuels – The New Energy Driver

Oil refiners who have grumbled that government controllers missed due dates to issue leads on mixing renewable powers into the country's supply of...

The Curious Case of Greece’s Money

Is Greece on the verge of budgetary fall, or would it be able to hold up a couple of weeks before being rescued? Not long from now from Monday, March...

If Greece Exits Euro Zone, What Should You Purchase?

Unless Greece's significant obligation levels are rebuilt, I accept Greece will require another "bailout" program again in a couple of years,...

Shell, Royal Dutch Interested In Gas Producer, BG Group

The British oil and gas maker BG Group said on Tuesday that it was in cutting edge discourses with Royal Dutch Shell over a potential deal. An...

Employment Not Necessarily the Generator of Value, But Production

It has always been a thumb rule that value always comes production and not necessarily from employment. When it comes to World Economy, this simply...

China & Corporates - A New Height for Green Bonds

Green bonds – obligation instruments solely for tasks that address ecological issues – were one of the examples of overcoming adversity a year ago...

Green Energy Investments Stalls In Europe

In spite of clues of a worldwide recuperation for renewable energy venture, Europe saw their advancement slow down in the course of the most recent...

Small Business Say ‘Nay!’ to EU

While Europe stays engrossed with the likelihood of Grexit – a Greek flight from the euro – a possibly substantially more seismic occasion is moving...

The economic impact of low oil prices

A brief examination on how low oil prices affects us and the world in which we live in. With the price of oil hitting a low of $50 a barrel and with...

Research Shows An Impressive Economic Growth Along With The Rise Of The Apartment Construction Sector

The economic contribution of the apartment construction sector has become a new research subject for the NMHC and the NAA. The data analysis shows...

Renewable Energy in Latin America

Breaking the traditional peripheries which have always hampered the growth of renewable energy supplies, Latin America is setting new example to the...

The Greek Financial Crisis and its impact on the Junker Plan

With Greece being part of the European Union it is intricately and irrefutably linked to the Junker Plan which needs to succeed in order to kickstart...
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