Making Cents International is inviting youths for The Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit 2015 in order to provide a demand-driven Knowledge Management (KM) platform to build the capacity of positive youth development stakeholders worldwide to design, implement, and evaluate high-impact youth economic opportunity programs, policies, and partnerships.
U.S. housing starts fell more than expected in August, but a rebound in building permits pointed to sustained strength in the housing market.
The 2,320-mile long Mississippi River has been a critical economic lifeline for New Orleans and the nation, for thousands of years.
On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, Zambia’s Vice President, Guy Scott, has been appointed President of Zambia, hence becoming the first post independence African white head of state. He has replaced the late Zambian President Michael Chilufya Sata, following the death of the latter in London on October 28, 2014.
Although his appointment is temporary, the fact that he is white in an African democratic independent country make him a first. The only other white heads of state were either under apartheid in South Africa or during colonial times.