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Asia-Pacific Stocks Surge after Biden’s Presidential Win

According to NBC projections, the defeat of Donald Trump in the US presidential elections and win of Joe Biden has resulted in a jump...

6 WAYS YOU CAN PREVENT LOSE MONEY AT FOREX

The worldwide forex market has a day by day normal exchanging volume of more than $5 trillion, along these lines being the major money...

Chinese President Goes Constructive Opens up Trade Deals and Imports

Chinese President Xi Jinping shared his vision of having a China import of more than $22 trillion over the next decade. He has asked...

Turkey’s lira sinks to 10 against Euro for first time

The Turkish lira has gone low to 9,71 against the Euro, causing stockholders worried about the Turkish economy, hit by coronavirus and roughness with...

Startups still receiving investments despite COVID crisis

Though the coronavirus outbreak is at its peak, startups worldwide are still receiving investments from undertaking entrepreneurs. In the third quarter, startups all around...

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New Year firecrackers fine will hit €100 and a criminal record

Individuals who set off firecrackers during the New Year celebrations will face a fine of €100, and that implies an automatic criminal record, justice...

Largest wetlands in the world ablaze

Wildfires are a known calamity and we all saw the Amazon fires this year, and how much loss they incurred. While the Amazon fires...

Gymnastic associations lifts ban on tutors accused of abusing young athletes

The gymnastic association's NGO chose to lift the ban on teachers Vincent Weavers and Nico Zipp, despite being sought in connection with the allegation,...

Amsterdam subway to extend to Schiphol Airport

Billion euros raised to stretch out the Amsterdam tram to Schiphol Airport Amsterdam magistrate Sharon Dijksma agreed on broadening the Noord-Zuid metro line to...

Swedish SSAB ‘interested’ in Dutch IJmuiden steel plant

German newspaper Handelsblatt stated at the weekend that, Swedish steel group SSAB has uttered solemn interest in the acquisition of the Dutch activities of...

New laws for seasonal workers may conflict with EU regulations

Restrictions forced by the Dutch government about the number of seasonal workers that reside in some areas may be illegal, the Financieele Dagblad reported...

Volkswagen to invest 15 billion euros in China

The German automotive group wants to expand into electrics in the world's largest automotive market (China) German auto giant Volkswagen on Monday announced an additional...

Maserati targets 13 new models by 2024

Maserati will again produce its own powertrains after a hiatus of more than 20 years and abandon Ferrari engines. Maserati, in difficulty for several years,...

Venezuela’s oil revenues have fallen 99% in 5 years

Nicolás Maduro revealed on Tuesday that Venezuela experienced "the sharpest drop in export revenues in its history between 2014 and 2019." Venezuela recorded between 2014...

Shell plans to cut 7,000-9,000 jobs

Giant Shell said on Wednesday it would begin a major restructuring that will impact jobs Anglo-Dutch oil giant Royal Dutch Shell said on Wednesday it...

US investor puts €90m into Mollie

The Amsterdam-based payment method business: Mollie, is now the second-best well-funded financial technology company in the whole Netherlands, succeeding a €90m venture by US...

Bentley to cut 1,000 jobs as coronavirus derails luxury car market

The luxury car brand is cutting a quarter of its workforce due to the drop in activity due to the coronavirus. British luxury car maker...

BP to cut 10,000 jobs as coronavirus hits demand for oil

Faced with the plunge in prices, the British company had already announced, in April, a drastic drop in investment spending and a savings plan. The...

Impossible Foods forces Nestlé to stop selling ‘Incredible Burgers’ in Europe

Nestlé will halt the promotion of its plant-based burgers as "incredible" in Europe when a Dutch court discovered that the word trespasses on an...

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New Year firecrackers fine will hit €100 and a criminal record

Individuals who set off firecrackers during the New Year celebrations will face a fine of €100, and that implies an automatic criminal record, justice...

Largest wetlands in the world ablaze

Wildfires are a known calamity and we all saw the Amazon fires this year, and how much loss they incurred. While the Amazon fires...

Gymnastic associations lifts ban on tutors accused of abusing young athletes

The gymnastic association's NGO chose to lift the ban on teachers Vincent Weavers and Nico Zipp, despite being sought in connection with the allegation,...

Amsterdam subway to extend to Schiphol Airport

Billion euros raised to stretch out the Amsterdam tram to Schiphol Airport Amsterdam magistrate Sharon Dijksma agreed on broadening the Noord-Zuid metro line to...

US elections: China compliments Biden after long silence

China has at last congratulated Joe Biden on his extended success in the US official elections, ending a chilly time of quietness. "We regard the...