China will promote asset restructuring in sectors like coal, telecommunications, electric power, manufacturing and chemicals this year, state media reported on Tuesday, as it begins the latest round of its ambitious state firms’ reform program.
The IGI airport in Delhi, the 16th busiest in the world, ranked poorly in flight punctuality, securing the 451st position among the 513 airports worldwide, according to a study conducted by OAG, a global leader in providing flight information.
China’s state-owned enterprises will face more mergers and bankruptcies as the government overhauls the lumbering state sector.
Norwegian oil companies and their suppliers will hire more people in the coming years as the industry recovers from a slump and the price of crude rises, Soeviknes said.
The private companies concerned will take comfort that cooperation could reduce political risk. But for the broader reform agenda, half-measures will likely be worse.
China’s corruption watchdog urged its SOE to guard against the risk of corruption in their overseas entities, saying it was a key task of every company.
Myanmar’s violence-riven Rakhine State, all but one of the villages that were once home to tens of thousands of people have been turned into smouldering ash.