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A new urban cities study has ranked Nairobi the most innovative city in Middle-East, Africa and among the top twenty cities in the world renowned for its innovation, livability and capacity to re-invent itself.
As the govt’s flagship project moves a step closer towards implementation, debates over execution challenges have gained momentum amidst calls of a closer review of the factors involved.
France will help India develop Chandigarh, Nagpur and Puducherry as smart cities. Agence Française de Developpement (French Development Agency) signed memoranda of understanding with the government of Union territory of Chandigarh, and government of Union territory of Puducherry and the Maharashtra government here on Sunday in the presence of French President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister
SHANGHAI has set a target to achieve economic growth of between 6.5 and 7 percent this year, which is the first in the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-20), Mayor Yang Xiong said yesterday at the annual session of the Shanghai People’s Congress.
Canadian leaders of business, government and civil society discuss challenges facing Canada at Davos gathering.
The current cycle of globalisation, urbanisation and technological advancement is leading to a shake-up of the global urban hierarchy and creating sweeping changes to the geography of commercial real estate opportunity.
Navdeep Bains is Canada’s new minister of innovation, science and technology. The position was previously called industry minister, but the change of name is a sign Canada has to think outside the box in tough economic times. As Laura Stone reports, Bains knows all about hard work and finding opportunity.
On Jan. 20, Canada’s health ministers will meet to plan the country’s next Health Accord. After spending over $40 billion on the first accord, health leaders surely realize that we cannot buy sustainable change.
Mayor Jeff Lehman believes we need to focus on innovation to excel in business. He spoke about it at the Barrie Chamber of Commerce’s Mayor’s Lunch Wednesday.