Archive for November, 2014

International Analysis: From Beijing — A Law…and a Warning

Op-Ed by Murray Scot Tanner — The Mark News — Beijing’s passage this month of a Counterespionage Law – a revised version of its 1993 National Security Law – sent a powerful message both to Chinese citizens who work closely with foreigners, and to their foreign colleagues. General Secretary Xi […]

Peru Calls on Businesses to Step Up and Support Economy

Peru Calls on Businesses to Step Up and Support Economy

Peru’s government has taken several measures to reboot the economy, and now Finance Minister Alonso Segura says businesses have a responsibility to step up and invest. Segura, speaking at a financial industry event, told business leaders that the “ball of growth” was now in their court, daily Gestion reported. “What […]

by · November 25, 2014 · 0 comments · Business
Humala Inaugurates US$71 Million Wind Farm

Humala Inaugurates US$71 Million Wind Farm

President Ollanta Humala inaugurated the completion of a US$71 million wind farm project in Talara, located in Peru’s northern Piura region, state news agency Andina reported. The 17 large wind turbines, each able to produce 1.8 megawatts of energy, will provide the Northern Peru electricity grid with power over the next 20 […]

International Analysis: How to Avoid the Climate Change Storm

Op-Ed by Rajendra K. Pachauri, PhD — The Mark News —  Humanity has a critical choice to make. We can continue to ignore the gathering threat of climate change and face growing peril from an increasingly unstable climate system, or we can embrace the many options we have to adapt […]

by · November 24, 2014 · 0 comments · Feature