GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS

25/06/2022 6:59:00 PM

GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS

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OUR EDITORIAL CARTOON: GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS

GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS

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‘Billions to die of diseases as food crisis hits’“I think we’ve probably already begun our next health crisis. It’s not a new pathogen but it means people who are poorly nourished will be more vulnerable to the existing diseases,” he said in an interview on the sidelines of a G20 health min-- Read more👇

US recession fears darken outlook for global growth - BusinessWorld OnlineWASHINGTON/LONDON/TOKYO — Manufacturing growth is slowing worldwide as China’s coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) curbs and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine disrupt supply chains and keep inflation at the highest in years, while the growing risk of a US recession poses a new threat to the global economy. Gauges of factory activity released Thursday in Japan, Britain, […]

Group ONE Holdings, Media City Qatar announce global partnership - BusinessWorld OnlineDOHA, Qatar — On Friday at the Qatar Economic Forum, powered by Bloomberg, Group ONE Holdings (ONE) and Media City Qatar signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a strategic long-term partnership, collaborating in the production and development of a wide range of global content in Qatar across multiple media sectors, including original programming, studio shows, and esports, that will strengthen Qatar’s growing media ecosystem.

Tax agencies should keep up with global trend toward flexible work — ADB - BusinessWorld OnlineCognitive jobs that require data interpretation, analysis, and creative thinking — characteristics that are prevalent among higher educated and more skilled workers — can be done from home, said an Asian Development Bank economist. “What we see globally is that enterprises and workers in information-related occupations are shifting towards hybrid and even remote work arrangements,” Sameer […]

Mass biodiversity loss would slash global credit ratings, report warns - BusinessWorld OnlineLONDON — Major global biodiversity loss could cause enough economic damage by the end of the decade to severely cut more than half of the world’s sovereign credit ratings — including China’s, the first major study on the issue has warned.

PCCI bats for long-term agricultural policy for food sufficiency | Andrea E. San JuanThe Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) hopes that President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. will consider setting up a long-term institutionalized agricultural policy with a master plan that aims to implement self-sufficiency in food, among others. In news a statement issued on Thursday, PCCI Agriculture Committee Chair Paul…

delivered to your inbox Sign up for The Manila Times’ daily newsletters By signing up with an email address, I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the .to infectious diseases, potentially triggering the world’s next health catastrophe, the head of a major aid organization has warned.US recession fears darken outlook for global growth June 24, 2022 | 12:31 pm China Daily via REUTERS WASHINGTON/LONDON/TOKYO — Manufacturing growth is slowing worldwide as China’s coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) curbs and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine disrupt supply chains and keep inflation at the highest in years, while the growing risk of a US recession poses a new threat to the global economy.The partnership will commence by showcasing Qatar in the filming of Season 2 of the popular Netflix series The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition .