Russian Car Sales Jump by Double Digits for Month of May

Car sales in Russia are showing impressive growth. Sales for the month of May were up 14.7% compared to May 2016, reaching 124,900 vehicles, according to the Association of European Businesses (AEB) May became the third consecutive month seeing a respectable growth in sales, with 129,400 cars sold in April (a growth of 6.9%) and 137,800 cars in March (9.4% … Continue reading Russian Car Sales Jump by Double Digits for Month of May

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China Plans to Launch Luxury Cruise Liners Three Times Bigger Than Titanic

China has announced it will become the world’s largest cruise liner center in the future. China’s State Shipbuilding Corporation has recently partnered up with an iconic Italian ship building company and together they plan to construct super luxurious cruise liners The general director of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, Wu Qiang, said that in 2021 China plans to launch … Continue reading China Plans to Launch Luxury Cruise Liners Three Times Bigger Than Titanic

Beijing’s new mega airport will challenge Air China’s dominance

News Desk Bloomberg Like ancient warlords, China's three biggest airlines have dominated their regional cities: Air China Ltd. controlling Beijing, China Eastern Airlines Corp. holding sway in the financial center of Shanghai, and China Southern Airlines Co. ruling the roost down in export gateway Guangzhou. Until now. Rising on a plain south of Beijing is … Continue reading Beijing’s new mega airport will challenge Air China’s dominance

Jakarta Traffic Problem – No fast tracks in Indonesia

Jakarta’s epic traffic jams cost the economy US$3.4 billion in losses per year, a tangle even massive infrastructure building could take decades to unsnarl By John McBeth Over the past two decades, Bangkok has made great strides in public transport, building the so-called Skytrain and a subway in the expectation it would relieve the once-canal-laced … Continue reading Jakarta Traffic Problem – No fast tracks in Indonesia

VietJet brings sex appeal to aviation

Nguyen Phuong Thao, Vietnam's first woman billionaire, has ascended through risqué marketing, global vision and a delicate gender balancing act By Ma Nguyen Nguyen Phuong Thao, Vietnam’s first woman US dollar billionaire, has risen to the top on a controversial corporate formula: bikini-wearing employees. As chief executive officer of VietJet, the country’s fast rising budget … Continue reading VietJet brings sex appeal to aviation