BEIJING, 6 octobre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — GWM (601633.SS/02333.HK), un fabricant automobile de renommée mondiale, a donné une nouvelle image électrisante à sa marque revitalisée et à sa stratégie de produits lors de l’événement Auto China 2020, où il a présenté sa nouvelle approche en matière de produits intelligents et d’expériences orientées vers l’utilisateur. L’un des joyaux de l’exposition était le […]"Nouvelle image de marque et le pouvoir de l’innovation de la transformation intelligente de GWM, avant la clôture d’Auto China 2020"
VALLETTA, Malta, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OKEx, a world-leading cryptocurrency spot and derivatives exchange, is enhancing its partnership with skew, by adding a second dashboard on the platform where users can view Ether trading data from OKEx, including trading volume of ETH futures, perpetual swaps and options. OKEx is the first exchange to launch a […]"OKEx adds real-time Ether dashboard to skew’s crypto derivatives data platform"
MONTREAL, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Medicom Group (“Medicom”), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of surgical and respiratory masks, today announced the expansion of its U.S. mask manufacturing operations. The company will be adding a second factory with triple the square footage of its existing United Medical Enterprise facility in Augusta, Georgia. The […]"Medicom Announces New USA Mask Manufacturing Plant"
County assemblies have been urged to enact laws that promote open governance through easy access to information by the public and the media. Lucy Ndung’u, a commissioner at the Office of the Ombudsman, said access to important information by the public and the media is of essence in order to build public trust and help fight corruption. The commissioner, who spoke during her visit to the Kajiado County Assembly, emphasised that access to information by…"County Assemblies Urged To Enact Laws"
The Kenya Tea Lobby Group has told Governor Kiraitu Murungi to stop dragging Meru politics into the tea sector, as this would negatively affect implementation of the proposed reforms. The Group said it was in the public domain the governor was opposed to the tea reforms, since his political rival and Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya was busy implementing them. Led by its chairman Irungu Nyakera, the group wondered why Kiraitu was now getting jittery…"Tea Lobby Group Tells Off Meru Governor"
Traders at the Malindi Tourist Market have appealed to the Kilifi County Government to waive this year’s licence fees in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The traders, who sell curios, beaded sandals and other artefacts to tourists, said although they paid the fees at the beginning of the year, they had not been able to utilize the licences since their businesses closed down in March due to lack of tourists. “We ask the county…"Kilifi Curio Sellers Demand Licence Fees Waiver"