Chess Australia is the new frontier for battery minerals

Recession prooferFORGET the “resource curse”. Australia is blessed with the stuff. For more than a quarter of a century it has not had a recession, thanks largely to Chinese demand for its raw materials. It is only a few years since the end of one such China-le

Chess Investors raise alarm over Mick Davis links to Rio Tinto post

Letter from Investor Forum could damage any attempt to become miner’s next chairman

Chess EU backs Lithuania in nuclear plant dispute with Belarus

Concerns raised about the safety of a Russian-financed plant just across the border

Chess Intuit, Shopify Unveil New Features and Innovations

The tools and services you use to run your small business can make a huge impact. Intuit and Shopify are both popular service providers for small businesses. And this week, both announced new features and innovations that could make some small business operations

Chess Nicole Sult of Lippert Components: In 2 Years CRM Helped Us Double Efficiency, Grow 60 Percent Year Over Year

Sponsored Post For the first time ever, Salesforce honored five customers with Customer Trailblazer Awards during this year’s Dreamforce event. Winners were selected based on their corporate vision, collaborative capabilities, transformational efforts and ab

Chess Air Pollution in 25 Cities in Bulgaria is Above Permissible Norms

Air quality is improving, but Sofia is still the most polluted city.These were conclusions from a conference held in Sofia on 24th of November. The European Commission has already sentenced Bulgaria for the poor air quality in almost the whole country. The govern

Chess German President to Meet Party Leaders on Thursday

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel, the head of Bavaria’s conservatives, and the leader of the center Social Democrats (SPD) on Thursday, his office said on Friday, quoted by Reuters.  Steinmeier played a central ro

Chess Death Toll Rises to 184 in Attack on Mosque in Egypt’s North Sinai

Militants killed 184 people at a mosque in Egypt’s north Sinai region on Friday, detonating a bomb and shooting at fleeing worshippers and ambulances, state media and witnesses said. It was one of the deadliest attacks in the region’s Islamist insurgency. No g

Chess Around 1,500 Migrants have been Rescued in the Last Three Days in the Mediterranean

A woman was found dead on a deserted vessel during a rescue operation by sea, east of Libya, the organization SOS Meditation reported. A total of about 1,500 migrants have been rescued in a dozen operations conducted in the last three days in international waters,

Chess Number of Students in Bulgaria Decreased by 17% Due to the Low Birth rates and Migration

The number of students in Bulgaria in 2016 decreased by 17% compared to 2002 and by 11% since 2006 due to low birth rates and emigration, a monitoring report, quoted by bTV.  The report was presented today by Stefan Hermann, Director of the Political Strategy and

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