Business & Economics

What Does Erdogan’s Victory Promise for Turkey and The Regional Economy?

Dr. Vugar Bayramov, Member of the Parliament of Azerbaijan The current president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was re-elected as president in the second round of the election held in Turkey on May 28th, 2023. Mr. Erdogan and his team will rule

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With AI and Digital Twin to a Sustainable Water Management

Climate change, urbanisation, water pollution and stricter laws and regulations – water management is facing major challenges. In order to meet the increasing demand for clean water and to protect water resources sustainably, innovations, ideas and initiatives are required. At

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Siemens Launches Connect Box, a smart IoT Solution to Manage Smaller Buildings

Siemens Smart Infrastructure has launched Connect Box, an open and easy-to-use IoT solution designed to manage small to medium-sized buildings. The latest addition to the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio, Connect Box is a user-friendly approach for monitoring building performance, with the

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Siemens to Donate €1 Million for Earthquake Victims in Türkiye and Syria

Siemens AG and Siemens Healthineers have provided immediate assistance of €500,000, respectively, to help the victims of the earthquake in Türkiye and Syria and to support rescue efforts. In addition, both companies have called on their employees for donations –

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Black Sea Energy Submarine Cable – New Transit Role of Georgia and Sustainability of the Middle Corridor

By Nika Chitadze, Professor of the International Black Sea University Director of the Center for International Studies President of the George C. Marshall Alumni Union, Georgia – International and Security Research Center.   The third decade of the 21st century, along

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Kazakhstan New Geopolitics and Its Version of “New Silk Road” – “Bright Road” Strategy

By Daniel Szkarupski and Vakhtang Maisaia The step landmass of today’s Kazakhstan was a home to nomadic people for a very long time, governed by numerous external forces, for example the empire of the Mongols, the Russian Empire and later

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Siemens Smart Solutions for Smart Infrastructure in Azerbaijan

Our today’s interviewees are responsible managers for our region of the Siemens company, which is proud of its 175-year history. Siemens in Azerbaijan has found its place in the group of countries led by Siemens Austria. Those countries include the

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Way Forward For The Caspian Oil And Gas Industry

This November the SPE Annual Caspian Technical Conference is coming back to Kazakhstan for its 9th edition. After a prolonged period of being only able to take part in remote events in the course of the global pandemic, it feels

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Digital Workers Are on The Move. Could Baku Become A New Tech Hub?

By BCG authors Shahar Lavian, Deborah Lovich, Or Klier, Konrad von Szczepanski, Kirill Tuishev and Polina Kempinsky Higher pay is the top motive for relocating. But understanding other drivers of choice can help tech hubs and employers boost their appeal to global digital talent. A

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US Stocks Close Higher As Investors Await Retail Earnings This Week

S&P 500 rises 0.3% while Nasdaq Composite traded 0.48% higher The US stocks increased on Monday as investors are waiting for earnings from big retailers, including Home Depot, Walmart, and Target this week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 152

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