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eShopWorld (ESW), the leading cross-border ecommerce technology and services provider, today announces the appointment of Martim Avillez Oliveira as Chief Commercial Officer, EMEA and APAC.
GISEC, the most influential cybersecurity event in the Middle East and Africa, will provide an in-person meeting point for the cybersecurity ecosystem from 31st May-2nd June at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
BIOCORP and ROCHE DIABETES CARE FRANCE launch Mallya, an innovative medical device to better the daily life of patients with diabetes
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - April 13, 2021) - Maritime Resources Corp. (TSXV: MAE) ("Maritime" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the closing of the transactions contemplated by the asset purchase agreement with two subsidiaries of Rambler Metals and Mining PLC, namely Rambler Metals and Mining Canada Limited and 1948565 Ontario Inc. (together, "Rambler") previously announced on December 23, 2020 in respect of the purchase by the Company (the "Acquisition") of the gold circuit ...
EpiEndo Pharma Announces First-in-Human Clinical Trial of EpiEndo’s Lead Compound, EP395, for Chronic Inflammatory Airway Diseases
Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (Otsuka) and H. Lundbeck A/S (Lundbeck) announce the decision to continue the recruitment of patients in the phase III clinical trial of brexpiprazole in the treatment of agitation in patients with dementia of the Alzheimer's type (NCT03548584). The decision to continue the trial is based on the results of an independent interim analysis, supporting to progress the trial to the planned full enrollment of 330 patients.
Aegon today announced that Elisabetta Caldera (1970, Italian) will join Aegon as Chief Human Resources Officer, effective June 1, 2021. Elisabetta has more than 25 years of experience in Human Resources and joins Aegon from Vodafone, where she held various senior HR leadership positions and most recently worked as HR Director Europe Cluster & Egypt. Prior to Vodafone, she held HR management roles at ABB and Alstom.
Today Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) announced a long-term partnership with Baidu Brain, beginning with the launch of its intuitive new Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse with Speech Input* in China. Designed especially for people who create large amounts of content, this innovative product lets you dictate with your voice, creating content two or three times faster than typing**. The Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse is powered exclusively by intelligent Baidu Speech technology* from Baidu Brain and features the comfort, performance and quality that users expect in a Logitech mouse.
BC Platforms, a global leader in healthcare data management, analytics and access announced that it has formed a new data partnership with the Australian Breast Cancer Tissue Bank (ABCTB) for its BCRQUEST.com Global Data Partner Network. The collaboration will support the ACBTB's mission to improve the treatment outcomes of patients with breast cancer. The ABCTB tissue bank is hosted at the University of Sydney's Westmead Institute for Medical Research.
Technavio has monitored the electronic chemicals and materials market in its latest market research report. It is poised to grow by USD 10.48 billion during 2021-2025, progressing at a CAGR of almost 5% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.
There were tense scenes in the Twin Cities suburb of Brooklyn Center Monday, after demonstrators defied a 7 p.m. curfew to protest for a second night the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright.The big picture: It followed a night of protests and unrest over the killing of Wright, 20, during a traffic stop Sunday. After peaceful protests and a daytime vigil, police again deployed tear gas during clashes with protesters Monday night, according to local reporters. Most protesters had left by about midnight, per the New York Times.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeOne last video for the night: Brooklyn Center Police and protesters exchange fireworks and less-lethal munitions. pic.twitter.com/EtPilMdFHW— Mark Vancleave (@MDVancleave) April 13, 2021 Demonstrators and police officers face off outside of the Brooklyn Center police station on April 12. Officials say the Brooklyn Center police officer who fatally shot Wright, Kim Potter, inadvertently used a gun instead of a Taser. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images Demonstrators shout "Don't shoot" at the police after curfew on April 12 in Brooklyn Center. Activists have criticized the law enforcement for using excessive force to disperse protesters, but police have defended the action to disperse crowds. Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images People gather during a vigil for Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, April 12. His shooting April took place 10 miles from the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who faces murder and manslaughter charges over the death of George Floyd last May. Photo: Stephen Maturen/Getty Images Minnesota National Guard and law enforcement members outside the Brooklyn Center Police Station April 12. Earlier in the day, the judge presiding over Chauvin's trial denied a defense motion to sequester and question the jury following Wright's shooting. Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images Katie Wright (L), the mother of Daunte Wright, is embraced during a vigil for her son in Brooklyn Center on April 12. Photo: Stephen Maturen/Getty Images Flowers and signs are left in front of the security fence at the start of curfew in Brooklyn Center on April 12. Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images People gather holding protest signs on April 12 before curfew in Brooklyn Center. Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images Police put up barriers in anticipation of protests and a rally at the Brooklyn Center Police Department. Photo: Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Star Tribune via Getty Images The April 12 vigil for Wright in Brooklyn Center. Photo: Stephen Maturen/Getty ImagesGo deeper: For more coverage, sign up for the Axios Twin Cities newsletter.Editor's note: This article has been updated with more images.More from Axios: Sign up to get the latest market trends with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free
Recently, the 2021 Youth Forum hosted by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) successfully concluded. More than 60 youth representatives from 40 countries attended this forum, one of them, Wang Pengchao, a senior at Wenzhou-Kean University, spoke for China on drug prevention and treatment issues.
Food ordering and delivery company Just Eat Takeaway.com said on Tuesday its first-quarter orders rose by 79% to 200 million orders from 112 million a year earlier. Amsterdam-based Takeaway had indicated an expected first-quarter orders growth of more than 42% in its full-year 2020 earnings report in March. "The start of 2021 has been very strong," said CEO Jitse Groen in a trading statement.
(Bloomberg) -- Follow Bloomberg on LINE messenger for all the business news and analysis you need.Indonesia’s central bank says the rupiah is “very undervalued” following a two-month slide. Investment banks and money managers are predicting further losses.Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says climbing U.S. yields and a potentially firmer dollar will keep hurting Indonesian assets in the near term, while PineBridge Investments Asia Ltd. says the rupiah will keep sliding due to the global risk-off trade and as overseas funds take home dividends. Loomis Sayles Investment Asia Pte. is bearish due to the Covid-19 situation.The rupiah has dropped about 4% this year, the worst performer in emerging Asia after the Thai baht, as surging U.S. yields has led to an outflow of funds from emerging-market assets. The currency slipped to 14,635 per dollar on Tuesday, the weakest level since November.“The rupiah is among the most vulnerable among high-yield emerging-market currencies under risk-off sentiment,” said Arthur Lau, head of Asia ex-Japan fixed income at PineBridge in Hong Kong. “In the coming months, we expect the weakness of the rupiah to remain due to seasonal dividend and coupon repatriation in April-May and higher seasonal imports in the second quarter.”Indonesia’s currency is seen as a bellwether of risk in emerging Asia due to the relatively high foreign ownership of local assets and its generally open economy. The rupiah’s prolonged slide suggests there is a deeper shift away from developing nations than just a pullback from last year’s liquidity-fueled surge.“One of the most frequently asked investor questions in recent weeks has been whether it is time to buy the dip in Indonesia local markets?” Goldman Sachs analysts led by Zach Pandl in New York wrote in a research note this month. “The answer is ‘not yet’, in our view.”Goldman says its analysis indicates Indonesian bonds are not yet in cheap territory, and strong U.S. data suggests there’s the potential for even higher Treasury yields, which would be a further negative for the Asian nation’s assets.Bank Indonesia sees the rupiah rebounding due to the country’s low inflation and improving economic growth. Meanwhile, policy makers will seek to stabilize the currency in line with its fundamentals, Deputy Governor Dody Budi Waluyo said last week.Amundi Singapore Ltd. is also positive over a longer horizon.“Over the medium term, Indonesia will benefit from structural tailwinds, such as further finalization and implementation of the omnibus law, and from the relatively quicker economic recovery post-Covid,” said Joevin Teo, head of investment in Singapore. “This should continue to bolster investor interest and inflows in both the bond and currency markets.”Back among the bears, Loomis Sayles believes there’s little reason to be positive about the rupiah at present, especially with the country struggling to bring the coronavirus under control.“The fundamental reason for being bullish rupiah right now isn’t there,” said Thu Ha Chow, a portfolio manager at the firm in Singapore. In addition to the risk of a rising dollar and U.S. yields, “there’s no massive turnaround story in terms of what’s going on with the Covid situation,” she said.(Updates rupiah move in third paragraph, adds comment from Amundi in ninth)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Oslo, Norway – 13 April 2021 – IDEX Biometrics ASA (OSE: IDEX and Nasdaq: IDBA), a leading provider of advanced fingerprint identification and authentication solutions, has been listed at the Nasdaq Capital Market in New York since 1 March 2021. To coordinate financial calendars and time of disclosures of Norway annual report and U.S. Form 20-F, as well as the notice of the 2021 annual general meeting, the documents will be published on Wednesday 21 April 2021. The company confirms that the 2020 annual financial statements will be consistent with the preliminary financial statements for 2020 that were issued on 25 February 2021. For further information contact:Marianne Bøe, Investor RelationsE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: + 47 9180 0186 Derek D’Antilio, Chief Financial OfficerE-mail: email@example.comTel: +1 978 273 1344 About IDEX Biometrics IDEX Biometrics ASA (OSE: IDEX and Nasdaq: IDBA) is a leading provider of fingerprint identification technologies offering simple, secure, and personal touch-free authentication for all. We help people make payments, prove their identity, gain access to information, unlock devices or gain admittance to buildings with the touch of a finger. We invent, engineer, and commercialize these secure, yet incredibly user-friendly solutions. Our total addressable market represents a fast growing multi-billion-unit opportunity. For more information, visit www.idexbiometrics.com and follow on Twitter @IDEXBiometrics
Tensions between protesters and police escalated Monday, a day after a police officer fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in Minnesota.
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(Bloomberg) -- China’s trade jumped in March, a sign that the global recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic is well on track as vaccine rollouts around the world pick up pace.Exports climbed 30.6% in dollar terms in March from a year earlier, customs data showed Tuesday, albeit lower than the 38% median forecast in a Bloomberg survey of economists. Imports jumped 38.1%, beating expectations and leaving a trade surplus of $13.8 billion for the month.China has benefited from soaring global demand for medical goods and work-from-home equipment during the pandemic. The latest data shows export momentum remained strong after record gains in February, a sign that the global rebound is helping spur demand in the world’s second-largest economy.The World Trade Organization last month raised its forecast for global trade growth to 8% this year, which would be the fastest pace since 2010.“Export outperformance remains a theme in China’s recovery,” Peiqian Liu, an economist at Natwest Markets, said in an interview on Bloomberg TV, adding that it was due to “a combination of global recovering demand as well as China’s role in filling up the global supply chain gaps.”The trade figures are also partly distorted because of last year’s low base, when the pandemic shut down much of the economy. Premier Li Keqiang told experts and enterprises on the weekend to look beyond the ‘base effect’ and use other data and methods to assess the economic situation.The surge in imports reflects strong domestic activity and rising commodity prices, further signs of China’s solid recovery from last year’s pandemic. Data due Friday will probably show the economy expanded a record 18.5% in the first quarter from a year ago.Analysts are watching closely to see if China can sustain its export growth as demand for pandemic-related goods ease and production elsewhere picks up. Economists at Societe Generale SA also point out that in the second half of the year, consumers may switch to spending on services instead of goods, a shift that could weigh on China’s exports.What Bloomberg Economics Says...“China’s strong export growth in March shows demand from overseas continues to support the economy. Details, though, reveal emerging weakness in what’s been a mainstay during the Covid crisis -- exports of stay-at-home related products.”David Qu, China economistFor the full report, click here.Other DetailsExports to the U.S. surged 53.3% in March from a year earlier, resulting in a trade surplus of $21.37 billion.For a breakdown of imports by country, click here.(Updates with comments from economists.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
The former Laker lottery pick went for 34 points and 11 rebounds in a win for the New York Knicks on Monday night.