WASHINGTON, February 12, 2015 – The World Bank announced today that it will be providing up to US$2 billion to Ukraine in 2015 through a mix of financial instruments. This assistance will focus on protecting the poor and supporting important reforms, especially in the gas and banking sector, as well as in fighting corruption and improving governance and business environment.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The alarming increase of antibiotic-resistant bacteria poses health and economic threats worldwide, with more than 2 million Americans infected by the bacteria each year. Now, a team of Indiana University chemists and biologists has been awarded a major grant to develop and use a chemical tagging method to better understand how bacteria build their cell wall, which is still the best target for new antibiotics.
Media Contacts: Release Date: February 4, 2015 VANCOUVER—Ontario’s provincial debt has grown by $117 billion since the recession, largely because of government borrowing to fund day-to-day expenses — not investments in infrastructure — finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.“Governments typically borrow money as a means to finance long-lived assets such as roads, schools or hospitals.
: .@AllegiantTravel launches service to the Big Easy for as little as $66 http://gofly.us/FDydx FOR DOWNLOADABLE BROADCAST QUALITY VIDEO VISIT: Allegiant New Orleans B-Roll footage HEBRON, Ky. Feb. 4, 2015 — Allegiant (NASDAQ: ALGT) today celebrates the start of seasonal, low-cost service to New Orleans from CVG. Local travelers can now laissez les bon temps rouler in the Big Easy just in time for Mardi Gras with fares as low as $66 one-way. New Orleans is the first of two new cities Allegiant will be launching from CVG in February, with flights to Jacksonville, Fla. beginning Feb. 12.