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EDSG helps a private university to launch a professional training center dedicated to the life-long-learning (3L) concept.



EDSG India office phone number changed. The new phone number is +91 741 182 1307.



In 2012 EDSG has been working with a private Russian university to establish new academic and research programs as well as to streamline its operations.



EDSG opens its office in Bangalore, India – EDSG Pvt. Ltd. to provide unique services in South and South-East Asia. The company combines unique international knowledge and regional experience and offers exclusive services and solutions in business operations, IT services, education and training and private sector development.



EDSG has established its office in Tbilisi, Georgia, EDSG Ltd., to serve as a regional hub in the Caucasus and Central Asia, EDSG Ltd.

World News

Green Biz

  • How sharing will define the future of urban life

    NYC-based ridesharing startup Bandwagon argues that bringing a collaborative spirit to the entire urban ecosystem is imperative, including keeping data open and buidling public-private partnerships.

    How sharing will define the future of urban life






UK Homepage

  • US and allies attack Isis in Syria
    Pentagon says the US and ‘partner nation forces’ are undertaking military action against members of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, or Isis




The Economist: Business

  • Energy in Europe: The gasman cutteth

    NAPOLEON and Hitler both succumbed to the bitter Russian winter in their efforts at territorial expansion in Europe. Now, Vladimir Putin seems to be exporting a bit of Russian chill as part of his strategy to shift Europe’s borders in his favour. In recent days there have been ill-explained reductions in the flow of gas that Gazprom, a Russian state firm, supplies to Poland, Austria and Slovakia—possibly to warn them off re-exporting any of it to Ukraine.Russia provides one-third of the gas that other European countries rely on to heat their homes, generate electricity and feed industry. So far the assumption among western European governments and industrial gas users is that even if relations with Russia worsen further, there is little danger of a complete and long-term cut in supplies, since Russia’s government is so dependent on the revenues from gas exports.However, a short-term interruption in the coming months, as winter descends, is not so unthinkable. Fortunately, most European countries would be able to struggle through. Their gas-storage facilities are about 90% full, since last winter was mild and they did a bit of further topping-up over the summer. Last year Europe imported 155 billion cubic metres (bcm) of Russian gas; stocks currently stand at 75bcm. So European energy distributors would have a few months’ grace to find alternative supplies.Norway, a big...






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