Egypt targets 30 million tourists with new visas
Egypt announces visa options to attract more than 30 million visitors.
China’s renminbi gains traction as Russia’s preferred currency
China’s renminbi rises as a key currency for Russia amidst geopolitical tensions.
Ireland’s GDP growth not just due to low taxes, says central bank governor
Ireland’s economic growth has been driven largely by big technology and pharmaceutical groups.
Morocco reopens embassy in Iraq after 16 years amid improving relations
Iraq-Morocco relations show signs of further improvements.
Spain and Morocco enjoy historic high levels of trade and economic cooperation
Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares says diplomatic ties with Morocco in all-time high.
Morocco recovers 100% of employment lost during pandemic
Morocco has recovered 100% from unemployment caused by pandemic.
From genocide to growth: Rwanda’s remarkable economic turnaround
Rwanda’s impressive economic progress, a beacon of hope for Africa.
Algeria-Morocco relations continue to sour to ‘point of no return’
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has stated that relations between Algeria and Morocco have reached “the point of no return”.
Study finds half of Polish businesses employ Ukrainian workers
Almost 740,000 of the foreign workers registered in Poland’s social insurance system are Ukrainians, making them the largest immigrant group in the country.
Poland emerges as key player in EU’s energy supply, challenging Germany’s leadership
Poland’s energy dominance threatens Germany’s economic and political clout in the region.
Turkey drops its opposition of Finland NATO membership
The move by Turkey to drop its opposition to Finland’s NATO membership has broader implications for NATO’s relationship with Russia.
Poland issues 55,000 visas helping Belarusian tech workers escape political repression
Since the visa scheme was launched in 2020, over 55,000 visas have been issued, allowing Belarusians to work in Poland and bring family members with them.