Glovo acquires Spanish and Portuguese companies

The Spanish courier / delivery service Glovo purchases two delivery companies: one in its home country, the other in Portugal. As Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, September 14, the company has reached a deal to buy Lola Market in Spain and Portuguese company Mercadao for undisclosed amounts. The two companies …

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the goal of Serbia’s global “vaccine diplomacy”

Foreign policy buffs have already become accustomed to the term vaccine diplomacy. The term refers to governments trying to increase their prestige and influence by donating vaccines to foreign countries in the age of Covid-19. This policy has been associated with great powers like China, Russia and India. However, smaller …

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Is Moscow using the S-400 against Turkey?

The military logic of Turkey’s highly controversial purchase of S-400 ballistic missile defense systems from Russia in 2017 continues to challenge many analysts. The subject remains a major sticking point in Turkey’s strained relations with the United States and its European allies. He also deprived Ankara of a strategic asset, …

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Autumn 2021: Political forecasts and panorama

Anton Rovenskyy, Master in international relations, international political scientist The season of low political activity, which traditionally falls in August, is over. September is widely regarded as the first month of a new political season, so let’s take a look at its main storylines in a document below. Federal elections …

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VAT refund to foreign legal entities – Tax

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Refund of VAT to foreign legal persons September 02, 2021 Eurofast To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Foreign citizens or legal persons who have purchased certain goods or services in Bosnia and Herzegovina are legally entitled to a VAT refund for such goods …

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Accurately interpret Turkish foreign policy

Those people who put on their ideological glasses before watching Turkey’s foreign policy cannot interpret new developments with precision. Sometimes, under the influence of Western media opposition to Turkey’s use of hard power, they use labels such as “adventurism”, “Islamism” and “neo-Ottomanism”. Other times, intimidated by Turkey’s active demarches in …

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