Friday, 14 February 2014

 

Japanese Noodle Company Pitches Camp in Kenya PDF Print Email
Friday, 14 February 2014 22:13 Buziness Japan

Japanese Noodle Company Pitches Camp in Kenya

iJnoodleBy Denise A. O. Kodhe*

NAIROBI, Kenya, February 14, 2014 (IDEA) -- The introduction of instant noodles by Nissin Foods Holdings Company of Japan in Kenya is a great initiative aimed at promoting cultural ties between Japan and Kenya. Japan established relations with Kenya nearly sixty years ago and since then has been instrumental in the development of country by supporting projects in areas of health, Agriculture, education, engineering, Environment and social Forestry.


 

Moscow Ready for Olympic Tourists. And Still Waiting PDF Print Email
Friday, 14 February 2014 12:53 Tourism

Moscow Ready for Olympic Tourists. And Still Waiting

By Delphine d’Amora

MOSCOW, February 14, 2014 (TMT) -- The Olympic Games seemed a golden opportunity for the Moscow tourism industry, with the majority of tourists bound to pause in the capital on their way to Sochi.

But the city has not been deluged with Olympic visitors. Those few who have stopped in Moscow have been quick to leave — few have booked hotel rooms in the city center, hoteliers said.


 

Egypt Military Chief Meets Putin, Portending Closer Ties With Russia PDF Print Email
Friday, 14 February 2014 12:45 News

Egypt Military Chief Meets Putin, Portending Closer Ties With Russia

By Matthew Bodner

MOSCOW, February 14, 2014 (TMT) -- Egyptian Army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sissi held talks with President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin on Thursday while on a rare visit to Russia to boost bilateral military and economic ties, in a further sign that Cairo is seeking to align with Moscow amid deteriorating ties with the U.S.


 

Officials See $7Bln Price Tag for Post-Olympic Sochi Maintenance PDF Print Email
Friday, 14 February 2014 12:44 Russian Reports

Officials See $7Bln Price Tag for Post-Olympic Sochi Maintenance

SOCHI, February 14, 2014 (Bloomberg) -- The record cost of President Vladimir Putin's Winter Olympics will keep climbing long after the athletes have gone home and the flame goes out in Sochi.

Russia, which is already spending 1.53 trillion rubles ($44 billion) to host its first Winter Games, may have to spend as much as $7 billion more in the next three years just to maintain the venues and other new infrastructure around Sochi, two officials involved in the planning said. That is about what Canada spent in total on the Vancouver Olympics in 2010.


 

 

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