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US firm earns Sh2.8bn from leasing masts to Airtel Kenya

The American Tower Corporation (ATC) earned Sh2.8 billion ($27.3 million) last year for leasing telecommunications infrastructure to firms such as Airtel Kenya. Its revenues jumped...

In China’s Comeback Economy, Valuable Lessons of Resilience

It is about two months since news of the discovery of COVID-19 (the Novel Coronavirus) global pandemic emerged. Aside from death, world leaders, and...

Construction of US $3.8m Lilongwe access roads in Malawi nears completion

The construction of US $3.8m Lilongwe access roads in Areas 13, 16 and 19 in Lilongwe city, Malawi is almost complete. The roads with...

Coronavirus: Construction firms split as shutdown calls grow

A growing number of construction companies have said they will stop all non-essential work to help fight the coronavirus, but others continue to operate...

UK steel industry is ready to aid in coronavirus crisis

The steel industry is committed to doing anything it can to support the national effort to tackle coronavirus, industry body UK Steel has said. Whether that...

TCS says it can only allow 40% of its staff to work from home

While a majority of Tata group companies have asked employees to totally work out of home, the option has been restricted to about 40%...

Steel companies ask employees to declare travel history

Steelmakers such as SAIL, Tata Steel and AMNS have sought self-declaration from their employees regarding travel history to virus-affected countries as part of steps...

Here’s what Tata Steel is doing to stave off the coronavirus threat

The largest Indian steelmaker has withdrawn biometric attendance and has asked expecting mothers to work from home Twice-a-day sanitation of staff vehicles, disabling biometric attendance...

Sharp Rise in Chinese Steel Inventory Weighing on Korean Steel Industry

China’s steel inventory has risen to a record-high level, putting pressure on Korean steel producers. The Korean steel industry is experiencing difficulties due to the...

China-backed JV set to start work at Simandou

China is close to granting approval to some of its biggest state-owned companies to start developing the northern area of Simandou in Guinea, one...

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