BEIJING, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — WeTrade Group Inc. (US: WETG) (“WeTrade Group” or “the Company”), a SaaS company providing technical services and solutions to membership-based social e-commerce, launched its second headquarter establishment event in Yanliang District, Xi’an, China. During the signing ceremony, the governmental representatives of Yanliang District introduced the regional future development strategy and issued the business license to WeTrade Group.

WeTrade Group Inc. settle in Yan Liang, Xi’an,China

The rapid development of the new generation of information technology has brought about profound lifestyle and production changes and has injected strong innovative energy into economic and social prosperity. The outbreak of COVID19 has caused drastic changes in China’s industrial chain, supply chain, capital chain and consumption chain, giving rise to many new demands and new models. At present, governments from all over China are actively promoting the economic and social digital transformation, focusing on establishing more concentrated industrial

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Listening to Prime Minister Narendra Modi when, in an effort to address the economic fall-out generated by the Covid-19 pandemic, he announced the Great Indian Bailout, aka Atmanirbhar, it seemed that the BJP Government had learnt a trick or two from its politics. Alas, when the Finance Minister rolled out the details over the next five days, it seemed that Atmanirbhar was mere rhetoric and the Government was using its usual slap-dash methods to cover serious injuries with Band-Aid.

That the commentariat concluded thus may seem a tad unfair, given that the Government did announce some transformational policies such as creating the central Agricultural Products Marketing Committee (APMC) or effecting changes in the labour code. However, the overall effort, was underwhelming rather than path-breaking.

For example, a subjective analysis of the over 50 or so line items in the announcements show that less than 20 per cent of them were

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One Tuesday morning in March, 48-year-old farmer Lokoliyo Bwanali set off for his maize plot. He never came back. Neighbours discovered his body later in the small field where he had poisoned himself.

“The wife of the deceased said her late husband was under pressure from creditors and was failing to settle his debts,” said Edward Kabango, from Malawi’s Dedza district police department. “The deceased left his home without explaining to his family members where he was heading until he was later found lying dead in a field, a kilometre from his home.”

Bwanali, said his brother, had approached him in distress over money, but it never occurred to the family that he might kill himself.

Malawi is seeing a sharp rise in suicide rates this year, with some attributing it to the economic stresses of the Covid pandemic. Malawi police service reports an increase of as much as 57%

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a group of people sitting in a parking lot: Rendering of the Satori Village project, which promises to break ground on 198 units of blended “market quality” and affordable apartments by the spring of 2021.


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Rendering of the Satori Village project, which promises to break ground on 198 units of blended “market quality” and affordable apartments by the spring of 2021.

Tim Baylor, a former Vikings football player and Northside business owner, is moving forward with a $60 million project in north Minneapolis designed to bring a mix of market-rate and affordable apartments to W. Broadway.

Crews are expected to break ground by next spring on the Satori Village project, which falls in federal designated Opportunity Zone, and includes 198 units of blended “market quality” and affordable apartments. Demolition for one of the existing buildings on the site will begin next month.

The combination of affordable and market-rate rental options is badly needed in north Minneapolis, said Baylor, the chief executive of the JADT Development Group, which is developing the project.

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Baylor noted that Minneapolis’ Northside absorbed

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SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE / ACCESSWIRE / October 10, 2020 / Gipnetix announces the launch of its new online learning platform to teach people the importance of social media marketing and personal brand development. Gipnetix works with professionals worldwide to help social media marketers and influencers improve their ads and fill their pages with high-quality content engaging their audiences in a whole new way. Gipnetix PTE. LTD. also offers an extensive selection of marketing courses allowing people of any age to study and improve in online marketing.

With Gipnetix, influencers, small business owners, marketing specialists, and just anyone can create an attractive TikTok, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Facebook page. Learners can download marketing guides, Gipnetix SMM dictionary, watch video courses, get to know about the latest social media marketing trends, tips, strategies, and much more. People can access the informational content on topics like Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and LinkedIn marketing, personal brand development,

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Tim Baylor, a former Vikings football player and Northside business owner, is moving forward with a $60 million project in north Minneapolis designed to bring a mix of market-rate and affordable apartments to W. Broadway.

Crews are expected to break ground by next spring on the Satori Village project, which falls in a federally designated Opportunity Zone, and includes 198 units of blended “market quality” and affordable apartments. Demolition for one of the existing buildings on the site will begin next month.

The combination of affordable and market-rate rental options is badly needed in north Minneapolis, said Baylor, chief executive of the JADT Development Group, which is developing the project.

Baylor noted that Minneapolis’ North Side absorbed more than 350 units of affordable housing in 10 years but developed no new market-rate apartments during the same period.

“Our perspective is that north Minneapolis needs more than just one kind of

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — One of the most contentious political debates in Northeast Ohio this year is not about the presidential election, control of the Senate or even the Ohio Statehouse corruption scandal.

It’s about zoning in Pepper Pike.

Hundreds of yard signs bearing the phrase “No to Mixed-Use” are scattered throughout the small, well-to-do far-eastern suburb. They line the sidewalk-less residential streets as part of an effort that opposition organizer Manny Naft said aims to keep the city’s “bucolic” nature.

The signs refer to a measure on the Nov. 3 ballot to change the zoning for a 68-acre tract of land owned by behavioral health services nonprofit Beech Brook, along with two smaller adjoining lots. The issue has divided the community.

The division resulted in online bickering, contentious town hall meetings, threats of defamation lawsuits and even unused condoms left at Axiom Development Principal Bryan Stone’s home.

Stone, who lives

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Business Development Companies: A Primer with Two Warnings

By Don Chambers, September 2020

This article starts with a primer and ends with two warnings about BDCs (Business Development Companies) that may shock even seasoned investors. Investors considering the addition of a BDC to their investment portfolios should read all of this article and do extensive research on corporate governance before buying their first BDC share.

A PRIMER ON BDCs:

The first half of this article reviews the basics on BDCs in order to lay a foundation for better understanding the warnings that are laid out in the second half of the article.

Overview

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The Latino Economic Development Center is doing what it can to help Latinx and Black business owners reach their full potential despite the setbacks the COVID-19 pandemic has caused. 

The District has a robust and diverse Latinx population. Nearly 80,000 people or 11.3 percent of the city’s population identify as “Hispanic or Latino,” according to 2019 Census data. Yet LEDC is one of few organizations in the District that offers bilingual programming for entrepreneurs. (Life Asset is another.) 

“It’s so hard when you’re trying to learn something in this other language,” Joan Bonilla explains. He runs Quick Catering Services and recently received training from LEDC. “You don’t get everything 100 percent. It’s very, very special, the LEDC teaching in our language.” 

Latinx-owned businesses are a key driver of the American economy. A 2019 Stanford University study found that the number of new Latinx-owned businesses continues to outpace the U.S. average.

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healthcare app dev

Just like water and food, healthcare is a necessity and not a commodity. With the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020, it became really important for people to maintain their health without coming into contact with other people.

And the best way to do it at this time is by using healthcare apps, and due to this, the demand for healthcare app development is increasing exponentially.

People are becoming more curious and careful about their health, and therefore healthcare apps are offering numerous benefits for everyone. Some of them have been listed below:

  1. Easily accessibility
  2. Easy data management
  3. Effortless communication
  4. Maintaining social distance
  5. Accurate reports

With all the above-mentioned benefits, the healthcare app development business has also brought some economical advantages.

The following are some of the ideas that became top healthcare app development business ideas for 2020:

  1. On-Demand Doctor Consultation Apps
  2. Appointment Booking
  3. Healthcare Apps For Women
  4. Health Reminder Apps
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