Auto China 2020: GWM Rebranded as Global Mobility Technology Company to Empower Intelligent Safety Experience

BEIJING, Sept. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  GWM (601633.SS/02333.HK), a leading automobile company in China, has formally announced to transform into a global mobility technology company. GWM has initiated a raft of major strategy upgrade including corporate culture, products, technology and marketing. At Auto China 2020, GWM reveals a refreshed image with new product lineup beefing up […]

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EmPowering Africa’s Most Vulnerable – Access to Solar Energy in Complex Crises

Half of Africa’s population lack access to electricity. This has vast implications on people’s health and safety, education, social inequality and economic growth. Displaced people are particularly vulnerable and solar power can be part of the solution. This new report, published by NORCAP and Boston Consulting Group, shows what actions and actors are needed to accelerate the use of clean energy among displaced and host communities. Source: Norwegian Capacity

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US mulls two-year limit for many African student visas

WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (NNN-AGENCIES) — Proposed new US immigration measures could leave many African students in the country having to reapply for visas in the middle of their degree courses. A plan issued by the Department for Homeland Security (DHS), that is now up for discussion, outlines changes to student visas that have previously been issued for the duration of a course. But whereas students from many countries will be allowed to get a four-year visa, there are others who will be limited to two years “due to heightened concerns…

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