Ocnus.Net
News Before Its News
About Us | Ocnus? |

Front Page 
 
 Africa
 
 Analyses
 
 Business
 
 Dark Side
 
 Defence & Arms
 
 Dysfunctions
 
 Editorial
 
 International
 
 Labour
 
 Light Side
 
 Research
Search

Business Last Updated: Nov 30, 2022 - 1:33:32 PM


Business
China’s Economy: More Debt that Meets the Eye
Since the beginning of this year, investment banks and international financial organizations, including the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, have steadily downgraded their forecasts for the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) GDP growth in 2022 to around 3.2 percent

Nov 19, 2022 - 3:50:13 PM

Business
Mobilizing Russian Industry For War
Russia is having problems mobilizing its economy to support the war effort in Ukraine. Russia’s problems mobilizing more soldiers for the war were widely reported while the industrial mobilization received little attention.

Nov 17, 2022 - 4:43:13 PM

Business
IEA: Russia May Have a Hard Time Finding Buyers for Unwanted Oil
The International Energy Agency thinks that Russia is going to have a hard time finding new takers for the oil that Europe will no longer be buying after December 5, when a new EU embargo on Russian crude enters into effect

Nov 16, 2022 - 10:16:26 AM

Business
Russia Ready to Allow Iranian Ships Access to the Volga River and Volga-Don Canal
By strengthening alternative transit corridors, Moscow hopes to counter tightening Western economic sanctions and transit restrictions adopted in response to Russias all-out assault on Ukraine.

Nov 15, 2022 - 10:39:34 AM

Business
Trafigura Exits Myanmar After Amnesty Report on Military Fuel Use
Amnesty International has released a detailed report on the fuel supply chain for the Myanmar Air Force, which has been implicated in war crimes targeting civilian infrastructure

Nov 10, 2022 - 4:18:16 PM



Business Feed
Latest Headlines
Africa
Freemasons/Gabon: US and Canadian lodges show up at Ali Bongo Ondimba’s inauguration
Interpol arrest warrant issued for Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos
Fourth time lucky? The challenge of demobilising rebels in DR Congo
Analyses
Libya: The Turks Don’t Care
Qatar's Double Game: Funding Islamists While Pretending to Be America's Ally
The Strategic and Military Situation in Ukraine After It Liberated Kherson
Business
The Geo-Politics of Natural Gas to Europe
Two weeks before ban, EU still imports 15% of crude oil from Russia
The ballooning costs of the Ukraine war
Dark Side
Motor Sich head Boguslayev charged with treason and working for Russia. Who is he?
Peace Time: People Smuggler’s Lament
How Greek Companies and Ghost Ships Are Helping Russia
Defence & Arms
The 2022 Maritime Doctrine of the Russian Federation: Mobilization, Maritime Law, and Socio-Economic Warfare
SSBNs Age Disgracefully
Infantry: Unique Ukrainian Sniper Rifle Makes A Record Shot
Dysfunctions
Space: Shooting Blanks Over Ukraine
The contradictions holding Germany back
Mafia networks with significant impact on Western Balkans’ governance: EU agency
Editorial
UPGRADING WEBSITE
The Ukrainians and the Boers
Paidomazoma The Abducted Greek Children
International
Israel beefs up protection of its senior spies, as proxy war with Iran intensifies
Belarus And The Russian War Effort
Afghanistan: A Work in Progress
Labour
Industrial Policy Without Industrial Unions
Rail strike threat heats up in the US
South Korea’s Truckers Resume Strike Blocking Ports and Manufacturing
Light Side
Donkey power the way to restore SA pride
Benedict Arnold Wishes He Had Had Special Master
Bridge collapses during ribbon-cutting ceremony in Congo
Research
How the Mountain Jews of Azerbaijan Endure
American technology boosts Chinas hypersonic missile program
Meet Henrietta Wood, The Freed Slave Who Successfully Sued For Reparations