VIETNAM : GROWING DEMAND FOR HEALTHCARE

Vietnam is one of the larger and more populated countries in south east Asia. In the absence of any confirmed figures from within the country itself, it is necessary to turn to UN estimates to gauge how the population of Vietnam has been developing over the years : an estimate puts the Vietnam population in […]

MOSQUITOS-BORNE DISEASES

Mosquito-borne illnesses, are responsible for up to 750,000 deaths a year worldwide, include tropical killers such as malaria and dengue, along with terrifying upstarts like Zika, which can cause birth defects. The most deadly vector borne disease, Malaria, kills over 1.2 million people annually, mostly African children under the age of five. Dengue fever, together […]

SEAFOOD INDUSTRY IN NORWAY

Seafood has always been a way of life in Norway. For centuries, Norwegian fishermen have lived in harmony with the sea, with their skills and know-how continuing to evolve with each generation. The passion and knowledge of the fishermen laid the foundation for ocean farming an innovative new industry that would leverage the immense ocean […]

POLAND

Since Poland completed the transition from Communism to democracy in 1991, its economy has been growing at an average annual rate of 4 percent. Between 1995 and 2018 GDP Annual Growth Rate in Poland averaged 4.16 percent  so it was the only EU country to avoid recession as a result of the global financial crisis […]

ISRAELIAN WATER-GEN

Israel has over the past two decades soared to become the nation with the highest number of startups per capita in the world. With over 8,000 currently active startups and established companies. Among of the most important Israeli innovations with a real-world impact over the past year, one of these is “Water-Gen – Extracting Water From Air”, […]

THE ENERGIES OF ICELAND

Iceland is the OECD’s smallest economy and, currently, the fastest growing one. Iceland suffered a deep financial crisis in 2008.  However, Iceland has made a remarkable turnaround, helped by spectacular growth of tourism and  prudent economic policies. Based on estimates from the Central Intelligence Agency’s World Factbook, Iceland’s exported goods plus services represent 49.6% of […]

THE NEW GREECE

All eyes are on the health of the Greek economy as the August bailout exit nears. On 5 May, the ECB (European Central Bank) released the results of banking sector stress tests, which gave the country’s major lenders a sufficiently clean bill of health. The result could allow EUR 20 billion in bailout funds set […]

STOCKHOLM: SUSTAINIBILITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

Stockholm, in 2010 was named “European Green Capital” by Worth Health Organization for the quality of the air. Since many years the municipality has decided for each to become a sustainability city and this includes no longer use of fossil fuels by 2040, so the city has implemented the necessary infrastructure for elettric cars. The […]

ACQUE REFLUE : ORO BLU DEL FUTURO ?

E’ proprio quello che propongono UN-Water, e Il World water assessment programme dell’Unesco, che ha redatto il rapporto sulle risorse idriche del nostro pianeta ed in particolare sulle acque reflue come risorsa e, che sostiene che una volta trattate, potrebbero dimostrarsi una risorsa di enorme valore, in grado di soddisfare la crescente domanda di acqua […]

PET FOOD GLOBAL MARKET

Pet food, one of the major segments of pet industry, has grown significantly over the years and currently the pet food industry is growing at a moderate pace. The growing bond between humans and animals and growing pet health concern amongst owners would continue to drive the pet food sales and demand in the pet […]


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