Monthly Archives: January 2013


Monsoon season in Indonesia halts transportation

While the largest airport remained open, many of the roads leading to it were blocked due to the monsoon and transportation difficulties. Buses and most commuter rails were also shut down.


Protests in Slovenia may cripple nation

Teachers, doctors, university professors and other state employees came together to protest injustice as well as demand job security.


Japan Post and Royal Mail launch new services

Around the world, there is a high demand for quality food from Japan and the this nation’s post office has recently partnered with Japan Airlines to deliver quality products in a temperature-safe environment, according to the Post and Parcel.


China's minimum wage laws increased in 2012

Over the last several years, there has been a trend of rising wages for employees, which has caused problems for exporting businesses and global shipping providers.