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    2. Nampak may double capacity at Nigeria factory

      Explore fin24.com (Aug 1 2014)

      Nampak may double capacity at Nigeria factory ... their capacity in the country. Nampak, which makes about 24% of its trading profit outside South Africa and Britain, has been expanding on the rest of the African continent in recent years and could generate half its p... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Africa   Britain

    3. Drug maker GSK to invest in African factories, research

      Explore BDlive (Mar 31 2014)

      Drug maker GSK to invest in African factories, research ...ica, is reviewing possible factory locations in countries including Rwanda, Ghana and Ethiopia. In addition, Britain’s biggest drug maker will invest £25m to create the world’s first open-access research and development... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   India   Africa

    4. Banks to miss deadline to upgrade ATMs

      Explore iol.co.za (Mar 18 2014)

      ... support contracts with Microsoft. The cost of extending support and upgrading to a new platform for each of Britain’s main banks would be in the region of £50 million (R890m) to £60m, according to London-based Sridhar ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Microsoft   Britain

    5. Tesco emphasises ethics as plans to buy clothes from Ethiopia

      Explore Polity.org.za (Mar 13 2014)

      Tesco emphasises ethics as plans to buy clothes from Ethiopia ...ion, which he said could be a major driver of economic development for the continent as it has been in Asia. Britain's Tesco has already placed initial orders from factories in Ethiopia and Bolton said he had recently m... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Tesco   Asian   Africa

    6. China highlights Wal-Mart's’s woes

      Explore iol.co.za (Feb 21 2014)

      ...t below local brands, but profit margins are higher for the retailer. They make up close to half of sales in Britain. Bracy said the retailer is rationalising its supply chain in China and building its own distribution... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   London   India

    7. Demand for healthy products spur innovation

      Explore iol.co.za (Feb 17 2014)

      Demand for healthy products spur innovation ...ere are outliers. Lower European sugar prices are squeezing profits at German sugar company Suedzucker, while Britain’s Tate & Lyle on Thursday forecast sharply lower prices for its Splenda sweetener due to competition f... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   London   Brazil

    8. Do you need to spark up your relationship?

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Feb 5 2014)

      Do you need to spark up your relationship?

      The report from relationship charity OnePlusOne found that 15 per cent of people went as far as to say they are “very unhappy”. This may be the case in personal lives, but what about in a business environment? Are your suppliers happy with the relationship they have with you? Jaguar Land Rover Head of purchasing Ian Harnett often spends time with his suppliers asking what’s important to them.

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      Mentions:   Britain

    9. Britain suspends aid to Malawi over corruption claims and attempted murder of whistleblower

      Explore Telegraph.co.uk (Nov 27 2013)

      Britain suspends aid to Malawi over corruption claims and attempted murder of whistleblower ...Britain has suspended direct aid to Malawi over a multi-million pound corruption scandal which has seen ministers close to President Joyce Banda implicated in fraud and the attempted murder of a whistleblower “... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   IMF   European Union

    10. Corruption: A black cloud over procurement

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Oct 30 2013)

      ... are limited to big-ticket purchases and global deals. Not so: the Bribery Act website reported on a story in Britain last year where three former senior officials received prison sentences following an £8.7m bribery and... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Britain   Boeing   Bloomberg

    11. Wind farms have not, and will not work. Period

      Explore iol.co.za (May 26 2013)

      Wind farms have not, and will not work. Period ...waii the 27-year-old Kamaoa Wind Farm has 100 rusting turbines, abandoned because they are not profitable. In Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron said: “Wind farms (are) over-subsidised and wasteful of public money.” D... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Britain   California   South Africa

    12. Heineken aims to grow African market

      Explore iol.co.za (May 13 2013)

      Heineken aims to grow African market ...beer makers have struggled to make inroads, with Molson Coors axing its lower-alcohol, fruity Animee brand in Britain a little over a year after launch. The rising spending power of Africa's middle classes has propelled ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Africa   Britain

    13. Glencore boss on acquisition trail

      Explore fin24.com (May 1 2013)

      Glencore boss on acquisition trail ...rhouse with over 100 mines around the world, some 130 000 employees, and an oil division with more ships than Britain's Royal Navy. It will be the largest exporter of thermal coal and the third-largest producer of mined ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   Brazil   European Union

    14. Shady arms deals — guess who always benefits

      Explore BDlive (Mar 23 2013)

      Shady arms deals — guess who always benefits ..., for the most part, need as we face no existential military threats. Of course, our government is not alone. Britain’s former prime minister Tony Blair suppressed an inquiry into allegations that BAE paid billions of po... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Britain   South Africa

    15. Horsemeat scandal reveals supply chain failings

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Feb 11 2013)

      Horsemeat scandal reveals supply chain failings ...ts. Following investigations by the UK government and various internal probes by food retailers, consumers in Britain and France have been told that Romanian horsemeat has been used in a range of  ’beef products’, prompt... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Britain   France

    16. Big food firms embroiled in horsemeat saga

      Explore fin24.com (Feb 1 2013)

      Big food firms embroiled in horsemeat saga ... tests are carried out to detect horsemeat, which is eaten in many European countries but considered taboo in Britain. Horsemeat in "beef" dishes has now been confirmed in products found in Britain, Ireland, France, Aust... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Tesco   Brazil   Paris

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