Nouvelle image de marque et le pouvoir de l’innovation de la transformation intelligente de GWM, avant la clôture d’Auto China 2020

BEIJING, 6 octobre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — GWM (601633.SS/02333.HK), un fabricant automobile de renommée mondiale, a donné une nouvelle image électrisante à sa marque revitalisée et à sa stratégie de produits lors de l’événement Auto China 2020, où il a présenté sa nouvelle approche en matière de produits intelligents et d’expériences orientées vers l’utilisateur. L’un des joyaux de l’exposition était le […]

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OKEx adds real-time Ether dashboard to skew’s crypto derivatives data platform

VALLETTA, Malta, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OKEx, a world-leading cryptocurrency spot and derivatives exchange, is enhancing its partnership with skew, by adding a second dashboard on the platform where users can view Ether trading data from OKEx, including trading volume of ETH futures, perpetual swaps and options. OKEx is the first exchange to launch a […]

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Medicom Announces New USA Mask Manufacturing Plant

MONTREAL, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Medicom Group (“Medicom”), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of surgical and respiratory masks, today announced the expansion of its U.S. mask manufacturing operations. The company will be adding a second factory with triple the square footage of its existing United Medical Enterprise facility in Augusta, Georgia. The […]

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Covid-19: India and South Africa ask WTO to waive rules to aid drug production

GENEVA, India and South Africa want the World Trade Organization (WTO) to waive intellectual property rules to make it easier for developing countries to produce or import COVID-19 drugs, a letter to the WTO shows. In their letter dated Oct 2 the two countries called on the global trade body to waive parts of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which governs patents, trademarks, copyright and other intellectual property rules globally. “As new diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines for COVID-19 are developed, there are significant concerns (over)…

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Thousands of Muslims Gather for Pilgrimage Event in Senegal Amid Concerns of a COVID-19 Outbreak

Authorities in Senegal are hoping Tuesday’s Muslim celebration of Grand Magal in the holy city of Touba will not become a spreader event for the coronavirus. Tens of thousands of worshippers have gathered for the main event of the Grand Magal pilgrimage, which pays homage to the founder of the Mouride Brotherhood, Senegal’s most influential religious order. Although the religious celebration is not expected to draw the crowds of previous celebrations because of the COVID-19 pandemic, authorities in the West African country remain concerned about a possible uptick in COVID-19…

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Living in Chains: Shackling of People with Psychosocial Disabilities Worldwide

Worldwide Campaign to End Shackling, Shame (London) – Hundreds of thousands of people with mental health conditions are shackled around the world, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Men, women, and children, some as young as 10, are chained or locked in confined spaces for weeks, months, and even years, in about 60 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. The 56-page report, “Living in Chains: Shackling of People with Psychosocial Disabilities Worldwide,” examines how people with mental health conditions are often shackled…

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Protecting migrants and refugees in North Africa: challenges and opportunities for reform

This paper looks at asylum, reception and migrant protection systems in Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt. It seeks to understand some of the dynamics driving or preventing reform of these systems and proposes some initial entry points for international cooperation. The new European pact on migration and asylum puts renewed emphasis on the EU’s partnerships with third countries, and over the years the EU has already worked towards developing closer migration partnerships with North African countries, albeit with varying degrees of success. The four countries covered by this study are…

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Responding to COVID-19 and building stronger health systems for universal health coverage

Universal health coverage (UHC) means that everyone, everywhere can access health services without experiencing financial hardship. The world was taking positive steps to deliver health for all by 2030 before COVID-19 fundamentally disrupted health systems, societies and economies. In less than a year, the pandemic has eroded the development gains achieved over the past 25 years. To get back on track for UHC, world leaders need to make tough decisions and take this crucial opportunity to reset the very foundations of health systems: from governance to financing, strengthening access to…

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