World Bank stories
Salesforce partners to uplift Filipino women with digital skills
Salesforce partners with Ayala Foundation to empower 185 Filipino women in the digital economy, promoting gender inclusivity and closing the digital divide.
ACS appoints Chris Vein as Chief Executive Officer
The professional association for Australia's technology sector announced Chris Vein has been appointed the organisation's Chief Executive Officer.
NetLinkz helps Beijing government to get people back to work
NetLinkz excels in February, securing key contracts and expanding VSN tech amidst COVID-19 challenges.
New data center to improve statistics on forced refugee displacement
Almost 90% of refugees live in the developing world and more than half of those are displaced for more than four years.
Attracting customers a major challenge for SMEs – survey
Over 5,000 exporting SMEs globally were asked to consider the online tools that help them sell internationally.
Sydney charges ahead as a global FinTech leader, Melbourne not far behind
FinTech Australia welcomes strong performance by Sydney and Melbourne in latest Global Financial Centres Index.
World Bank lends Bangladesh $10m for new data center
Bangladesh will be gaining a new, modern, data center after the World Bank provided the country with an additional $10m in financing for the facility.
World Bank says sharp slowdown in China would hurt NZ, Australia
A sharp slowdown in China would hurt commodity exporting countries like New Zealand and Australia and spill over into Pacific Island countries, the Wo.
NZ dollar, Aussie fall after Chinese trade data disappoints
The New Zealand and Australian dollars touched their lowest levels in almost two weeks after weaker-than-expected trade data from China, the largest t.
Local Government NZ suggests new taxes, central govt support could bridge spending gap
New Zealand's 78 local government organisations could close the gap between spending and revenue with new taxes or a share of existing central gove.