Home page About us News Contacts
- Astana
  
kaz rus eng RSS
Master-class
Interview
Foreign experience
Legal consultation
Address bureau
Analytics
Trainings
Press-releases
Opinions
How to support us?

?
Media Outsourcing and Journatic: Hate the Player, Not the Game

There has been a debate raging in the media lately over the practices of a journalism-outsourcing startup called Journatic, which used to provide hyperlocal news content to such papers as the Chicago Tribune and the San Francisco Chronicle.

20 2012 | Viewed: 884 | Foreign experience | Read full
U.S. report says HSBC handled Iran, drug money

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A "pervasively polluted" culture at HSBC Holdings Plc allowed the bank to act as financier to clients seeking to route shadowy funds from the world's most dangerous and secretive corners, including Mexico, Iran, the Cayman Islands, Saudi Arabia and Syria, according to a scathing U.S. Senate report issued on Monday.

18 2012 | Viewed: 986 | Foreign experience | Read full
Japanese ad giant Dentsu enters Europe with Aegis

LONDON (Reuters) - Japanese ad giant Dentsu is buying marketing group Aegis for 3.2 billion pounds ($5 billion), the biggest deal in its history as it seeks to expand outside its home market with the British firm's European and digital business.

14 2012 | Viewed: 64 486 | Foreign experience | Read full
China opens door to foreign hedge funds

Move comes as Beijing takes steps to open its capital account.

13 2012 | Viewed: 419 | Foreign experience | Read full
Army to lose 20% of regular soldiers

Proposals cut troop numbers to smallest since Napoleonic wars.

7 2012 | Viewed: 772 | Foreign experience | Read full
Hit at home, China's ghost fleet sails high seas

LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's huge fleet of coastal ships, usually confined to plying the Chinese seaboard, has sailed out of the shadows to seek international business in yet another sign that China's economy is slowing.

7 2012 | Viewed: 462 | Foreign experience | Read full
Blair vows to put business profits to work

Former PM aims 'not to make money but to make a difference'.

1 2012 | Viewed: 662 | Foreign experience | Read full
The Made-in-China CEO

Zhang Yue fondly caresses the blueprints as he slowly flips through them, occasionally pausing to stare at a drawing as he explains his new project.

1 2012 | Viewed: 464 | Foreign experience | Read full
News Corp. Mulls Splitting in Two

News Corp. is considering splitting into two companies, separating its publishing assets from its entertainment businesses, say people familiar with the situation.

27 2012 | Viewed: 385 | Foreign experience | Read full
Insight: In "Green Wheat" drive, Wal-Mart may transform farming

Wal-Mart Stores Inc has long used its commercial might to forge a global supply chain with ruthless efficiency. It now has a new target: U.S. wheat fields.

25 2012 | Viewed: 404 | Foreign experience | Read full
Reporters without orders

Can journalism funded by private generosity compensate for the decline of the commercial kind?

19 2012 | Viewed: 382 | Foreign experience | Read full
Cyprus Eyes Bilateral Loan From Russia

Cyprus is close to securing a bilateral loan from Russia, a senior finance ministry official told Dow Jones Newswires Wednesday, while another official said funding for the island may be sourced from both Europe and a separate sovereign state.

18 2012 | Viewed: 743 | Foreign experience | Read full
Mittal to reduce China steel ambitions

Steelmaker to shrink stake in Hunan Valin.

8 2012 | Viewed: 829 | Foreign experience | Read full
China Delays Tighter Bank Capital Rules to 2013

China delayed tightening bank capital rules to the beginning of next year, signaling support for loan growth as policy makers seek to arrest a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.

8 2012 | Viewed: 777 | Foreign experience | Read full
Exclusive: Glencore, Vitol keep oil flowing to Greece

Debt-stricken Greece is surviving on oil priced at a premium from trading houses Vitol and Glencore, who have stepped in as suppliers of last resort after sanctions forced Greece to halt imports from its main supplier Iran.

31 2012 | Viewed: 869 | Foreign experience | Read full
To show: Local World All
Popular themes