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Samsung Electronics considers structural split as investor pressure builds

Photo Credit: Reuters     South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Tuesday it will increase dividends and consider splitting itself, as the tech giant faces...

MTN discussed share sale of Nigerian unit with local regulator

The logo of MTN telecommunication company is seen printed on a umbrella at a call point along a road in Lagos. Photo Credit: REUTERS   South Africa's...

Zimbabwe outdoors bond notes equal to US dollar to cure cash crunch

Zimbabwe’s central bank has released bond notes onto the market today despite strong resistance from a section of the society. The southern African country is...

India rupee ban: Opposition parties begin ‘day of rage’

Opposition workers have protested in the southern city of Bangalore. Photo Credit: BBC Indian opposition parties say thousands will participate in nationwide protests against the...

Recession: Nigeria plans tax relief for manufacturers

In a bid to ease the burden of the current economic recession on the manufacturing sector, authorities in Nigeria is planning some form of...

As Zimbabwe’s money runs out, so does Mugabe’s power

Locals walk past old currency notes on display along a street in the capital Harare, Zimbabwe. Photo Credit: REUTERS     In Zimbabwe, where worthless $100 trillion...

Business booms at Trump Tower, nearby retailers hit by security and crowds

A guest shops for Trump branded items at Trump's Sweet Shop in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York City, U.S., November 23,...

South Africa unemployment hits 13-yr high in Q3

South Africa’s unemployment rose to a 13-year high in the third quarter with the manufacturing, mining and agricultural sectors all shedding jobs within the...

Ethiopian women face new threat of human trafficking due to slow economic gains

Women in Ethiopia live under constant fear of violence, illness, hunger and poverty but they are now also facing a new threat - human...

Lufthansa pilots start two-day strike, hundreds of flights canceled

Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) pilots in Germany began a two-day strike on Wednesday, grounding hundreds of flights at one of Europe's largest airlines in a long-running...

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