إيزي ماركتس تم تتويجها وسيط الفوركس الأكثر ثقة في الشرق الأوسط

ليماسول، قبرص, 12 يونيو / حزيران 2022 /PRNewswire/ — حصلت إيزي ماركتس ، الوسيط الرائد في مجال التداول ، على جائزة وسيط الفوركس الأكثر ثقة في الشرق الأوسط وأفضل وسيط فوركس في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا لعام 2022 في حفل توزيع جوائز معرض مصر المالي 2022. يتم الحكم على الفائزين بهذه الجوائز بناءً على مجموعة من المعايير ، بما في ذلك على سبيل المثال لا الحصر مجموعة منصات التداول المعروضة وجودة تنفيذ الأوامر وظروف التداول وخدمة العملاء.

علق صن يو ، رئيس المبيعات والاحتفاظ في إيزي ماركتس قائلاً:

“نحن سعداء للفوز بهذه الجوائز المرموقة. يعمل جميع موظفينا في إيزي ماركتس بلا كلل لضمان حصول عملائنا في الشرق الأوسط وحول العالم على أفضل تجربة عند التداول معنا. إن التزامنا بتوفير منصات تداول استثنائية وأفضل شروط تداول وخدمة عملاء من الدرجة الأولى يميزنا عن الوسطاء الآخرين ، ولهذا نتمتع بسمعة ممتازة في هذه الصناعة. لذلك ، يسعدنا أن نرى أن الفريق المنظم لمعرض مصر المالي قد اعترف بجهودنا وقدم لنا هذه الجوائز “.

عن إيزي ماركتس

إيزي ماركتس هي وسيط عالمي حائز على جوائز مع وصول كامل للأسواق ومنصات تداول مبتكرة والإلتزام بالتداول السهل. تعمل إيزي ماركتس دون انقطاع منذ عام 2001 ، وتقدم تداول العقود مقابل الفروقات لمئات الآلاف من المتداولين. بالإضافة إلى الأمان الذي يوفره الإشراف التنظيمي ، تقدم إيزي ماركتس للمتداولين لديها أدوات وشروطاً فريدة تماماً لإدارة المخاطر للمساعدة في إدارة المخاطر عند التداول معنا. يتضمن ذلك وقف الخسارة المضمون المجاني ، التداول البسيط ، تجميد السعر – وإحدى أدواتنا الأكثر ابتكاراً: ميزة إلغاء الصفقة التي تتيح للمتداولين إلغاء التداولات الخاسرة خلال 1 أو 3 أو 6 ساعات مقابل رسوم رمزية. يتمتع عملاء إيزي ماركتس أيضاً بإمكانية الوصول إلى أسواق متعددة ، بما في ذلك العملات والمعادن النفيسة والصناعية والطاقة والسلع الزراعية والعملات الرقمية والمؤشرات والأسهم.

CGTN: China strives to balance dynamic COVID-19 control and economic growth

BEIJING, June 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Under a people-centered development philosophy, China prioritizes people’s lives and health as the country is still pursuing a dynamic approach to ensure both epidemic control and social, economic development.

Beijing has continued to fine-tune its anti-COVID-19 approach, making it even more scientifically sound, precise and effective, so as to minimize the impact of the pandemic on economic and social development.

During President Xi Jinping’s latest inspection in southwest China’s Sichuan Province, he called for efforts in overcoming difficulties in economic development while stressing that the dynamic zero-COVID-19 approach must be unswervingly upheld.

President Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, started his inspection on Wednesday, and visited the cities of Meishan and Yibin.

Promoting green agricultural development

Promoting agricultural modernization was highlighted when Xi visited the village of Yongfeng. Relying on the advantages of the rice industry and technology, the village has built the largest pilot test base of new rice varieties in the province.

After learning about local efforts to advance high-standard farmland development, boost grain production and promote rural revitalization, Xi said efforts are needed to strengthen the application and training of modern agricultural science and technology and actively develop green, ecological and efficient agriculture.

“Chinese people have the confidence to keep the rice bowl firmly in our own hands,” he said, adding that it is important to ensure food security, particularly grain production.

Protecting ecological environment in Yangtze River basin

Protecting the ecological environment was another focus during Xi’s inspection tour.

Protecting the ecological environment of the Yangtze River basin is the prerequisite for promoting high-quality development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt, said Xi when he visited Sanjiangkou, where the Jinsha and Minjiang rivers converge into the Yangtze River.

The Yangtze River Economic Belt covers nine provinces and two municipalities, accounting for over 40 percent of the country’s population and economic aggregate.

China’s top leadership has called for efforts to turn the economic belt into the country’s focus for green development, the major artery for a smooth “dual circulation” of domestic and international markets, and the main force spearheading high-quality economic development.

Ensuring people’s normal life and production 

During the inspection, Xi also called for measures to facilitate employment of college graduates, promote scientific and technological innovation in enterprises, and enhance the country’s capacity for independent innovation.

The president was deeply concerned about the rescue and treatment of the people injured in the magnitude-6.1 earthquake in Ya’an of Sichuan on June 1.

He urged local authorities to make appropriate arrangements for residents affected by the quake, ensure the supply of daily necessities and make plans for recovery and reconstruction.

Speaking of recent floods and geological disasters in some parts of China, he called for early contingency preparations to safeguard people’s lives and property. He also demanded swift rescue efforts after disasters to minimize casualties and loss of property.


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SADC Ministers of Gender and Women’s Affairs express concern on high GBV in the Region

Ministers Responsible for Gender and Women’s Affairs from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have expressed concern about the high prevalence of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the Region and urged Member States to develop effective and sustainable GBV prevention programmes.

This came out of the Ministers’ meeting held on 10 June 2022 in Lilongwe, Malawi, to review progress on the implementation of gender and development programmes in the Region, as well as the revised SADC Protocol on Gender and Development.

The Ministers urged Member States to improve GBV data collection and implement the SADC Regional Strategy and Framework of Action for Addressing GBV as part of the regional integration agenda’s efforts to achieve gender equality and promote peace and security.

They approved the SADC Gender and Development Monitor on Women in Politics and Decision-making for 2022, with emphasis on Articles 5, 12 and 13 of the Protocol on Representation, Participation, and Special Measures, which aim to achieve gender parity in political and decision-making roles.

The Ministers also approved the extension of the SADC Strategy on Women, Peace, and Security from 2022 to 2030 to support the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security, which addresses the impact of conflict on women and the importance of women’s full and equal participation in conflict resolution, peacebuilding, peacekeeping, humanitarian response, and post-conflict reconstruction.

In implementing the SADC Regional Multi-dimensional Women Economic Empowerment Programme (RMD-WEEP) 2020-2030, Ministers reviewed progress on the SADC Industrialisation and Women’s Economic Empowerment Project (IWEE Project). This project aims to increase women-owned businesses’ and female entrepreneurs’ participation in value addition for selected sectors and regional value chains (RVCs).

Ministers also approved the Revised Gender Mainstreaming Resource Kit, which supports gender mainstreaming across several sectors. The kit contains 10 sector-specific modules which provide practical guidance on gender mainstreaming in regional integration priority sectors.

The Ministers urged Member States that have not yet signed and ratified the Revised SADC Protocol on Gender and Development to do so to facilitate implementation of the protocol. The Protocol aims to empower women, eliminate discrimination, and achieve gender equality by encouraging and harmonising gender responsive legislation, policies, programmes, and projects.

In her opening remarks, Honourable Nancy Tembo, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malawi and Chairperson of the SADC Council of Ministers, praised Member States for seizing the unique opportunity to discuss policy issues and for gracing a platform to share insights, experiences, and lessons.

She said gender equality is a critical component and contributing factor to SADC Member States and the Region’s long-term development. Hon. Tembo advocated for equal recognition and the creation of a favourable environment in which both men and women could continue to enjoy their full rights without any infringement or oppression, with equal employment opportunities, businesses, access to financial institutions, and representation in leadership positions.

Hon. Dr Patricia Kaliati, Minister of Gender, Community Development and Social Welfare of the Republic of Malawi, chaired the meeting in her capacity as the Chairperson for SADC Ministers Responsible for Gender and Women’s Affairs. She underscored the Region’s determination to fully cultivate a robust approach embedded in the Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan (RISDP 2020-2030), which will see a meaningful change of the gender agenda interwoven in many SADC programmes and projects.

She highlighted a number of barriers and situations that prevent women and girls from achieving gender parity, and called for an accelerated implementation of regional protocols, strategies, policies, and programmes to support women’s efforts by encouraging them to participate in growth and progress toward a better future.

As part of the regional integration agenda’s efforts to achieve gender equality and promote peace and security, Hon. Kaliati called for the active promotion of effective GBV prevention initiatives, and highlighted physical and social misfortunes that befall women and girls, including defilement, rape, HIV/AIDS, and limited access to productive resources.

SADC Deputy Executive Secretary for Corporate Affairs, Ambassador Joseph Nourrice, highlighted a number of tools developed in line with the RISDP 2020-2030 priorities on Gender Equality and Development and with the goal of attaining gender parity, equality, equity, and particularly empowerment of women and girls.

Ambassador Nourrice praised Member States for their achievements and efforts in mainstreaming gender equality into key policy areas, and advocated for active promotion of the gender machinery through active participation of all institutional players in the public, private, and voluntary sectors.

The meeting was attended physically and virtually by Ministers or their representatives from 13 Member States, namely Angola, Botswana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Source: Southern African Development Community

FFC seek to re-establish partnership with Sudanese military: rival group

The military-allied National Consensus group on Sunday accused the Forces for Freedom and Change (Executive Council) of seeking to alien them and re-establish a partnership with the military component.

The peace signatory groups that backed the coup d’état held a press conference on Sunday to express their position on the U.S. Saudi brokered a meeting between the FFC and the military component on June 9.

“The FFC, Executive Council wants to return to power through an alliance with the military component, and secret meetings that have been held to implement it,” said National Consensus Deputy Secretary and Minnawi close aide Noraldaem Taha in a press conference on Sunday.

“We have paid millions of martyrs for a cause, and we will not allow any unelected group to control power alone in a diverse and multicultural country,” further said the Darfurian official.

The SLM-Minni Minnawi split from the FFC coalition in September 2019 and the Sudanese Revolutionary Front in May 2020. JEM of Gibril Ibrahim joined them in June 2021.

The two groups formed the National Consensus together with some small groups from eastern and central Sudan before supporting the military coup in October 2021.

Following the meeting with the military component, the FFC said they do not want to renew the civilian-military partnership and called to hand over power to a civilian government, stressing that they do not want to participate in it.

Speaking about the Trilateral Mechanism-facilitated process, Taha said that the direct dialogue has not yet begun.

The opening session held on Wednesday was a procedural meeting to determine the location and time of the dialogue and other technical procedures.

“We did not agree on the parties to the dialogue. Also, there is a difference over who is eligible to participate in the process,” he said.

The mechanism adjourned a meeting scheduled for Sunday, after the first direct meeting between the FFC and the military component at the Saudi embassy in Khartoum.

Source: Sudan Tribune

World Day Against Child Labor

On World Day Against Child Labor, we renew our commitments and efforts to combat child labor and protect children.

The United States was one of the first countries to sign the international treaty against child labor. When President Clinton signed what is known as the Worst Forms of Child Labor Convention in 1999, he recognized that to address child labor, governments, companies, and workers must promote core labor standards and workers’ rights to raise living standards around the world.

Since then, many countries have made progress to eliminate child labor. Unfortunately, school closures and worsening health and economic conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic forced more children back to work. Many are still not in school. It is up to us to stand up for them.

That is why World Day Against Child Labor and our continued collaboration with global partners like the ILO are so important. This cooperation includes new commitments made at the 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labor in South Africa last month, which the United States fully supports.

For our part, the U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons combats child trafficking, including forced child labor, through the We also do so through the Child Protection Compact Partnerships with governments which strengthen our partners’ efforts to prevent child trafficking in all forms, effectively prosecute and convict child traffickers, and provide trauma-informed care and services for victims and survivors.

The U.S. government also works to end child labor by funding projects across the globe to eliminate child labor, providing technical assistance to governments, addressing child labor in our trade policy, and engaging with companies and trade associations to keep child labor out of U.S. supply chains. We will not stop, because these investments in our children create better futures for everyone.

To learn more about global trends, data and countries’ efforts to combat child labor, and actions you can take, read the State Department’s Country Reports on Human Rights, Trafficking in Persons Report, and the Department of Labor’s Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor portal .

Source: US State Department