The legend did it again. In his last game ever for Paris Saint-Germain, the world’s best soccer player Zlatan Ibrahimovic won the French Cup title scoring two goals in the second half (and had the decisive pass to the third) in PSGs 4-2 victory over Olympique Marseille tonight.
This was ibras 30th title, more than any other player in the history of the game.
What a winner he is and what a season he has had, the Champion – Zlatan Ibrahimovic. 50 goals for PSG this season.
156 goals in 180 games for PSG. Ibracadabra.
The new Silk Road is one step closer to reality.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will help fund a highway in Pakistan, a road project in Tajikistan, and a ring road in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will help fund a highway in Pakistan, a road project in Tajikistan, and a ring road in Almaty, Kazakhstan according to World Economic Forum websites.
The AIIB was formally launched in January after attracting dozens of Asian and European member countries, many of them US allies that ignored Washington’s concerns about the emergence of a Chinese rival to the World Bank and Asian Development Bank.
Last week Jin Liqun, AIIB president, and his World Bank counterpart signed a framework agreement to work together on co-finance projects.
The logistics of China’s silk road.
The AIIB will also co-finance projects with the Washington and Tokyo-led ADB, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the UK Department for International Development. Japan was the only major US ally to refuse Beijing’s invitation to join the AIIB.
Today and tomorrow the World Customs Organization (WCO) holds it annual meeting for the Europe region in Astana, Kazakhstan.
The meeting has an interesting agenda and there will be a lot of important discussions for the future of the region and WCO.
The meeting has now started. This year there will be a major discussion around a new Governence package proposed by a working group that will regulate the elections of the organization in the future. There are also a number of other interesting to discuss when customs top management from West Europe, East Europe and Central Asia meet.