No set menu to feed cities’ growing appetite

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Belo Horizonte in Brazil and Ede in the Netherlands may not have much in common at first sight, but both have become leaders in trying to tackle a growing challenge for the world’s cities – providing a reliable supply of nutritious food to residents.

Massy cuts telecoms losses with TSTT buyout

(Trinidad Express) Massy Group chairman Robert Bermudez has said after the sale of Massy Communica­tions to majority State-owned TSTT, the com­pany “will exit the telecommunications in-dustry, avoiding further losses from this business and signifi­cant capital expen­di­ture which would be re­quired to build out a complete fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network”.

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