Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2013-03-22 08:07
WINDHOEK - DENVER ISAACS
Two months after buying the company they previously worked for, owners Pietie van Wyk and Romano Rud¬ardt say they are eager to take over the fresh produce industry in Windhoek’s Kho-masdal and Katutura sub¬urbs.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2013-03-20 08:07
BEIJING - NAMPA/AP
Chinese businesses need to follow local laws and put long-term benefits ahead of short-term gains, a Beijing diplomat said on Monday.
Companies must compete fairly and improve worker welfare
Chinese companies should work to benefit their African host economies by investing in in-dustries such as power generation, agriculture, textiles and communications that create jobs and generate tax revenues, Vice-Foreign Minister Zhai Jun told participants in an African business seminar in Beijing.