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JinkoSolar secures $70m loan agreement with Ex-Im BankJinkoSolar secures $70m loan agreement with Ex-Im Bank

first_imgJinkoSolar secures $70m loan agreement with Ex-Im BankBulk of the loan ($62 million) will be used to support the Chinese solar company’s long-term fixed assets, with a further $8 million (RMB50 million) loan to be used for working capital at its Malaysia factory. August 3, 2015 Ian Clover Installations Legal Markets Markets & Policy Share Chinese vertically integrated solar company JinkoSolar has signed two large loan agreements with the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) China for the further development of its long-term solar assets and Malaysian production facility. The terms of the agreement stipulate that $62 million will be used to support JinkoSolar’s fixed and long-term assets, with some of the monies from this loan also going towards mid-term working capital at the Malaysia plant. A more immediate loan of RMB50 million ($8 million) will be used to support near-term working capital at the facility. According to JinkoSolar CEO Kangping Chen, the agreement with Ex-Im Bank is indicative of industry confidence in the JinkoSolar brand, and will help to support the company’s globalization strategy. “Our production facility in Malaysia has been performing well since it began operations in May, and now it is nearly operating at full capacity after ramping up for the past two months,” said Chen. “We have already started delivering previously secured orders.” The CEO stipulated further that JinkoSolar will seek to build its competitiveness in the global PV market via the utilization of its overseas capacity. The Malaysian fab has a solar cell capacity of 500 MW and a PV module capacity of 450 MW. Just last week, the company secured an additional $485 million in financing with China’s Ping An Bank. 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A Military face-off between America and Iran would destabilize the Middle East and have deeper impact in World Economy.A Military face-off between America and Iran would destabilize the Middle East and have deeper impact in World Economy.

first_imgAmerica literally assassinated Qassim Soleimani, Iran’s celebrated commander of ‘Quds force’. I have used the term ‘assassination’ because Soleimani wasn’t a terrorist on the run or fugitive criminal hiding somewhere like Osama Bin Laden or Baghdadi. Soleimani is considered as the number two powerful person of a sovereign country Iran. The USA has declared itself the Quds force and Soleimani as a terrorist organisation and terrorist commander. But neither Iran sees Soleimani in that way nor the Rest of the World. The enmity between Iran and the USA has nothing to do with global politics.To the credit of Soleimani, he was one of the key commanders who are responsible for the end of ISIS. When the USA attacked Afghanistan, it was Soleimani who helped America a lot against Taliban forces. Iran also kept Pakistan on notice because of the latter’s terror factories. Yes, because of Iran and USA enmity many casualties of American soldiers can be attributed to him. At the same time, America is guilty of many killings. Thus, it’s a war between America and Iran. You can’t just assassinate a commander through drone attacks.Even though there are voices inside America that such action may have dangerous consequences to the middle east which is already on edge thanks to various American military interventions in many countries like Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. Then Iran is not a country with which America can do war. Past precedent is there. Not to forget Iran hostage days. Fifty-two American diplomats and citizens were kept hostage in Iran for 444 days (from 4th November 1979 to 20th January 1981). America couldn’t do anything during that time or even after that. America was the ally of erstwhile Iraq when Iraq was at war with Iran from 1980 to 1988. It couldn’t defeat Iran then.Frankly, Iran is a stronger country in the middle east compared to all others. Iran ranked 14th in global fire-power ranking where Pakistan is ranked 15th. Even many of European countries and Australia are ranked below Iran. Thus, if America thinks that it can run down Iran as it did on Iraq or Afghanistan, then I think it lives in a fool’s paradise.It’s obvious that Iran can’t attack America as it’s far away. Technically America is ranked one in Global fire-power list. But does that mean America is superior to Iran? Basic understanding of war says that the attacker must be stronger in multiple times compared to the defender’s strength. If there would be a war between America and Iran, then the battle-field will be the middle east where Iran appears to be stronger. When a terrorist organisation like Al-Qaida, Taliban and even ISIS can stretch the war for months, I don’t think the war between Iran and America will be so easy.But then at what cost? The first sufferer will be the American assets in the middle east and the American allies. Saudi Arabia led Arab countries will face severe damages if there’s a war. Some even think that World War- III can be triggered if there’s a military conflict between Iran and America because Russia is open with Iran.It’s time for a tone down in aggression. America must realise that being superpower doesn’t mean that it can kill any office bearer of a sovereign country. Enmity will be there. But then diplomacy, decency and decorum must prevail. A superpower can’t use terrorist ways of eliminating office bearer of opposite parties.I think it’s time for Saudi Arab and UAE etc to intervene and achieve a compromise. Because they will be the first causality. Don’t expect that Iran will restrain itself after losing its celebrated commander. Donald Trump must realise that his act will bring disrepute and global condemnation (actively or passively). Countries like France and Germany must also intervene to find a way out.War is not always an option especially when the global economy is down. You just can’t expect that countries will tolerate any excesses because one is militarily powerful. Donald Trump must relook his earlier tweets when he apprehended that Barack Obama may start a war with Iran for the Presidential election. His act is exactly what he was blaming President Obama. People are smart enough to calculate two plus two as four. The probable impeachment trial of Donald Trump in Senate, as well as 2020 re-election pressure, mostly motivated Donald Trump to act against Iran. When domestic politics make an impact on global politics, then global players don’t like it. Thus, America will earn more enemies.From the Indian context also a war in the middle east is very damaging. India is a petroleum importing country. Then India’s relations with Iran and other middle east countries have more importance in terms of geopolitical interest as well as other issues. India should take an important and effective role in diffusing the tension as the consequences of a war between America and Iran will have a tremendous economic effect on India.last_img read more

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Ghana has the lowest number of COVID deaths in Africa: PresidentGhana has the lowest number of COVID deaths in Africa: President

first_imgSouth Africa records two more COVID-19 deaths CAMBRIDGE, MA – MARCH 29: President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo delivers the Keynote Address for the 2019 10th Annual Africa Development Conference at Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government on March 29, 2019 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo by Paul Marotta/Getty Images) A health worker checks the temperature of a traveller as part of the coronavirus screening procedure at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana. (Image Source: Reuters)Ghana’s President Nana Akufo has described the number of deaths in the country from the confirmed COVID19 cases as one of the lowest in Africa and the world.He announced this while delivering a speech in Accra during a virtual Eid ul Fitr prayers led by National Chief Imam, Sheikh Nuhu Sharubutu adding that “This has been so since the very beginning of the outbreak over two months ago.”“The hard fact is that the rate of deaths in Ghana is very low, one per one million, i.e., 0.0001 percent, one of the lowest in Africa and indeed in the world,” he continued to say.Akufo said that “The number of positive cases stands at 6,683, out of 194,763 tests conducted with 1,998 recoveries meaning that our positivity rate is 3.43 percent, which again is one of the lowest in Africa and the world.”“By the grace of God, Ghanaians are not dying of this virus in the numbers that were originally anticipated and feared,” the president stated.According to Akufo, the COVID19 deaths recorded in the country have so far been persons with underlying conditions and diseases.“Furthermore, virtually all the 32 COVID-19 related deaths were of persons with what the doctors call comorbidity, i.e., with other underlining causes and diseases. Most of them died within 24 hours of admission to the hospital. May their souls rest in peace,” the President added.Ghana has recorded 66 new confirmed cases bringing a total of 6,683 confirmed cases with 1,998 recoveries and 32 deaths as of Sunday.Related President Ramaphosa urges closer cooperation between South Africa and Ghanacenter_img FIFA President Gianni Infantino in Ghanalast_img read more