Liberalization Of Air Transport Market, Takes Africa Closer To Desired Economic Integration

Liberalization Of Air Transport Market, Takes Africa Closer To Desired Economic Integration

Traveling by air from one African country to another, as those familiar with the routes and processes would testify, is often strenuous, expensive and time-wasting due to poor air connections borne out of ill-advised protectionist policies. As Umaru Fofana, a BBC journalist, detailed in his experience in 2017 flying between the West African capitals of Freetown (Sierra Leone) and Banjul (The Gambia), a journey of 700km (400 miles) which should take about an hour could…

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What are the 10 most irritating office buzzwords in the UK?

What are the 10 most irritating office buzzwords in the UK?

If you’ve ever worked in an office, you’ll likely be familiar with at least some of the vacuous phrases on this list. None of them are game-changers, and few convey much optimism about journeys, missions or future blue skies. But for jobs site Glassdoor, surveying 2,000 employees about their most hated examples of office jargon for a summertime PR push was clearly a no-brainer. The list, announced as the 12 phrases most complained about by…

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