Joe Kigozi in office Popular for his 4:4:2 football show that used to air on NBS TV and largely credited for spearheading the station's success, JOSEPH KIGOZI is now the CEO, BBS Terefayina. The 35-year-old told Quick Talk about his hilarious ... The Observer Uganda, 1 week ago
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Tottenham fans celebrate after a game. (Reuters / Andrew Boyers) By Adam Gray With expansion work underway at White Hart Lane and Tottenham Hotspur preparing to spend next season playing their home matches at Wembley before moving back to a ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago
HYDERABAD: In India, 30,000 neonates are born everyday and one out of thousand has congenital hypothyroidism. Apart from this, there are 50 disorders which can be detected by conducting New Born Screening (NBS) which helps early detection of ...New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
BEIJING--Earnings growth accelerated sharply in China's industrial sector last month, adding to recent signs that domestic economic growth is starting to stabilize, official data showed Tuesday. Industrial profits grew 19.5% in August from a year ...4 Traders, 2 days ago FILE: China-Industrial Profits/August News Content, 2 days ago China industrial profits rise to almost 3-year high FXStreet.com, 2 days ago NBS: Most major Chinese cities see higher new house prices in August SteelOrbis, 1 week ago
Bureau of Statistics, NBS, has indicated that petrol marketers in16 states of the country are selling the product significantly higher than the N145 maximum price stipulated by the federal government, Vanguard reports. Marketers have always ...Ghana.News24.com, 1 week ago News24.com.ng | Petrol is sold above N145/litre in 16 states News24 Nigeria, 1 week ago Major marketers cut petrol price below N145 as it sells above N145 in 16 states Energy Mix Report, 1 week ago Nigeria: Petrol Sold Above N145/Litre in 17 States Nigerian Bulletin, 1 week ago
in Updates | 0 Comment Culled—-Proshare The latest inflation report from the NBS shows the seventh successive acceleration in the headline rate, to 17.6% y/y in August from 17.1% the previous month. Our own contribution to wire service polls ...Invest Advocate News, 1 week ago Inflation rate rises to 17.6% in August NBS CitizenNG.com, 1 week ago Inflation Rate Reaches 17.6% in August NBS Uncova, 1 week ago CPI rises to 17.6% in August-NBS Voice of Nigeria, 1 week ago
Refinery throughput in July averaged 10.72 million b/d, data from Chinas National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed August 9. This was a 2.5% rise year over year but represented a 4.6% decline from June.India Infoline, 2 weeks ago Platts China Oil Analytics: China Oil Demand Fell 5.4% Year over Year in June Nasdaq, 2 weeks ago China Oil Demand Fell 5.4% Year over Year Live Trading News, 1 week ago
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Two leaders of the Jobless brotherhood were on Saturday arrested and detained after appearing on a political talk show on NBS Radio Station in Jinja dubbed Endabirwamu. The arrest of Robert Mayanja and Augustine Ojobile has been confirmed by ...ChimpReports, 4 days ago Jobless Brotherhood members who insulted... New Vision, 21 hours ago Jobless Brotherhood Youth Sent to Jail ChimpReports, 22 hours ago Jobless Brotherhood Youths Remanded for Abusing Speaker Kadaga ChimpReports, 1 day ago
China's August output of ferroalloys stood at 2.95 million mt, down 9% year on year, according to latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics. The August figure also was down 4.8% month on month. The report did not provide a breakdown on ...China Mining, 1 week ago Commodities Buzz: China Ferroalloy Output Down 9% on Y-o-Y Basis in August India Infoline, 1 day ago
27 th September, 2016 Former Nottingham Business School (NBS) students from the local, national and international business community have pledged their support for the next generation of young professionals after joining its growing Alumni ...East Midlands Business News, 2 days ago
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