Bosnia Industry

Cryptocurrency trading has some surprising side effects. And the brain drain is just one of them

Stories of self-made crypto millionaires create irresistible allure, but it’s an industry fraught with risk. Image: tdub303/GETTY When 31-year-old marketing professional Tale Anastasov first heard how much money could be made mining cryptocurrency, it sounded almost too good to be true. But when his friend sold his apartment and bought …

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With the introduction of taxation in Semberija, thousands of handicraft shops have been closed – Sarajevo Times

Ancient craftsmanship was once the backbone of the Sember Plain’s economic development. Today, we can count on the fingers of one hand the excellent masters of the trade who have known how to preserve the tradition. With the development of industry and the introduction of taxation, more than 3.000 craft …

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CPH:FORUM unveils the selection of its 2022 edition

02/11/2022 – A total of 30 projects and six Nordic works in progress have been selected for the industry event, which will take place physically in Copenhagen Megaheart by Emily Norling, one of the titles participating in CPH:FORUM From March 28 to 31, 2022, CPH:FORUM, the international creative documentary funding …

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Q&A with Tanya Cubric – Commerce at the Omnibus Theater

To exchange is one of 11 shows that moved to the Omnibus Theater following the cancellation of the VAULT Festival. The production is a thought-provoking new play that explores morality and power within the European sex trafficking industry. Commerce Cast. Credit Trade the game. Directed by Maddy Corner, the cast …

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Maja Medic • Director of I Want You To Know

“I have never been so sure of anything in my life as making this film” 02/07/2022 – In her project, winner of the Cineuropa Marketing Award at When East Meets West in Trieste, the director will delve into her personal experience of post-war trauma in Serbia Serbian cinematographer and director …

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Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan opens new office in China

Dar Al Arkan, a leading real estate company in Saudi Arabia, continued its growth momentum by announcing the opening of its office in Beijing, China. This is in line with its strategic expansion and builds on spreading leading Saudi brands to the world. Dar Al Arkan said the Beijing office …

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Sarantis SA: The group with the Sanitas Professional brand participates in HORECA 2022

The Sarantis Group with the Sanitas Professional brand participates in HORECA 2022, the fair that shapes the evolution of the hospitality industry in Greece. Sanitas Professional offers a wide range of products for food packaging, waste management, cleaning tools and detergents, meeting the needs of every professional. Find Sanitas Professional …

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Jamaat-e-Islami J&K distances itself from RToK conference on Kashmir in Bosnia

After recent allegations in the Dis InfoLab report against Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) J&K regarding its involvement in a conference held in Bosnia, the organization clarified on Wednesday that it had nothing to do with the “Tribunal of Russell” on Kashmir (RToK). The Jamaat, a politico-religious organization, has dissociated itself from RToK …

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What is soil pollution? Environmental impacts and mitigation

Soil pollution defines dangerously high concentrations of contaminants in the soil. While contaminants such as metals, inorganic ions, salts and organic compounds occur naturally in soils, these contaminants can exceed natural levels and become pollution. The impacts of soil pollution can be detrimental to soil, plant growth and entire habitats. …

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Industry, Media and Conflict – Daily Bulldog

I was among the first Marines to use a computer for work. At that time, we carefully separated devices that monitored vital systems or stored sensitive information from those that had Internet access. We did this because we were concerned that the Russians and others would use the Internet to …

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Get to know the other wine

Oenophiles, whether experts or simple enthusiasts, all know Red, White and Rosé Wines, the colors come from the manipulations during the production. Specifically, they come from the skin of grapes. Virtually all wine juices are clear and relatively the same. White wines produced by separating the juice from the greenish …

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Chino Legislator Connie Leyva bids for San Bernardino County Supervisor – Press Enterprise

State Senator Connie Leyva, D-Chino, will not seek re-election to the state Legislature in November. Instead, she will run for an office much closer to home — a seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. State Sen. Connie Leyva, D-Chino. Leyva, a former labor leader, was elected to …

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SalamAir plans flights to Duqm and Masirah Island

Muscat – SalamAir, Oman’s budget airline, plans to launch domestic flights to Duqm in Al Wusta Governorate as well as Masirah Island in southern Sharqiyah. Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir, confirmed in an interview with the Omani News Agency that the company had submitted a request to the relevant …

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Sent: US will sanction those who undermine peace in Bosnia

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — The United States remains committed to Bosnia and will continue to impose sanctions on individuals who engage in corruption and “sow divisions” in the Balkan nation, which has failed to never fully recovered from its brutal 1992-95 war, a senior US official said on …

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Huey helicopters delivered to Bosnia and Herzegovina | military scene

In December, a team from the Multinational Office of Special Projects delivered four UH-1H Huey II aircraft and support equipment to the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The MASPO team coordinated contract actions, arranged transportation and assisted in loading helicopters onto an Antonov, An-124, Ruslan cargo plane at Huntsville …

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The Aquafarm show postponed for three months

The next editions of AquaFarm, NovelFarm and the new AlgaeFarm project are postponed from May 25-26 and 27, 2022 to February 25. A special conference day is scheduled for May 27. In the 2020 edition, the fair recorded 35% foreign exhibitors and an international audience of 15% of the total …

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Jasmila Zbanic is reviled in Serbia and ‘disobedient’ at home

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina – A famous Bosnian director always knew her latest film, the heartbreaking drama of a mother trying in vain to save her husband and two sons from the Srebrenica massacre in 1995, would be criticized by Serbian nationalists. But filmmaker Jasmila Zbanic was surprised again when …

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Slovenia and the Czech Republic to phase out coal by 2033

The Slovenian government has adopted the National Strategy for Coal Exit and Restructuring of Coal Regions in accordance with Just Transition principles, setting 2033 as the year of completion of coal phase-out. The new Czech government announced that the use of coal in the country would cease the same year …

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Croatia is part of Nestlé’s new market made up of 11 countries

January 13, 2022 – The Republic of Croatia has become one of the countries in Nestlé’s new market which spans eleven nations, according to Alessandro Zanelli, Market Leader for the Southern and Eastern European market. As Poslovni Dnevnik/Marta Duic writes, Nestlé, as one of the world’s leading and well-known companies …

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Crocs (CROX) 2021 opinion has risen on brand strength and stock dips

Crocs inc. CROX increased its 2021 revenue and adjusted its operating margin forecast to reflect the strength of the Crocs brand despite current supply chain challenges. At the same time, he reiterated his initial vision for 2022. Driven by the expected strength of the Crocs brand, the company reiterated its …

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2 Haitian journalists killed by a gang near the capital: Police

[ad_1] INTERVIEW: Advertising Guru Ahmad Abu Zannad Confronts Noam Chomsky in Latest Book “Adman vs. Chomsky” DUBAI: “As an industry, we may have lost our mojo,” writes Ahmad Abu Zannad in his book “Adman vs. Chomsky ”. He talks about the advertising industry, of which he has been a part …

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Tycoon-backed Serbian investment firm acquires Southampton FC

[ad_1] BELGRADE (Serbia), Jan. 5 (SeeNews) – Sport Republic, a London-based investment company whose main investor is Serbian billionaire Dragan Solak, founder of United Group, active in South-Eastern Europe, has finalized the acquisition of a controlling stake in Southampton Football Club, says the club. Solak has bought the majority stake …

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News that made us happy in 2021 – Sarajevo Times

[ad_1] Although 2021 in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was marked by different political and other moments that can hardly be characteristicerised as positive events, the lThe past year was also marked by several moments that made everyone smile. Among the sportsmening Success which delighted all the citizens of BH, the …

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What’s new in Denmark in 2022?

[ad_1] While entry restrictions to Denmark remain tight, avid travelers and the Danish travel industry are hopeful that 2022 will see an early comeback for international travel after nearly two years of coronavirus restrictions. If you’re planning a trip to Denmark in 2022, there are several new attractions expected to …

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‘Waste Colonialism’: The world grapples with the West’s unwanted plastic | Plastics

[ad_1] ohn hundred and 41 containers filled with rotting plastic waste have been traveling for over a year. Scattered between Turkey, Greece and Vietnam, far from their German origins, the container journey sheds light on the hidden global trade in plastic waste. Arriving in Turkey in late 2020, shortly before …

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China Hosts International Media Dialogue on Combating COVID-19 and Promoting Global Development

[ad_1] Photo: Courtesy of China International Communications Group How can the media play a role in the fight against COVID-19? What can the media do to stimulate global development in the post-pandemic era? An online dialogue on Wednesday attended by major Chinese media, including the Xinhua News Agency, the Global …

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Military deal authorizing joint Turkey-Serbia exercises sparks debate in Turkish parliament

[ad_1] Levent Kenez / Stockholm A military framework agreement between Turkey and Serbia, signed in 2019, is being considered for ratification by the Turkish Parliament. The opposition opposed a number of articles of the agreement, which were first discussed in the Foreign Affairs Committee. The government claims this is a …

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Explore the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina at Expo 2020

[ad_1] Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina at Expo 2020 Dubai. Journalist, Gulf today Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of 192 countries participating in Expo 2020 Dubai. Its pavilion is located in the Opportunity district, giving you a glimpse of the uniqueness of the country. A heart-shaped country with a rich …

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Albania submits draft plan to reduce emissions by 2030 – Exit

[ad_1] Albania became the second country to submit its draft plan on decoupling economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions to the Secretariat of the Energy Community. The National Energy and Climate Plan (NCEP) includes targets and objectives such as savings in GHG emissions of 18.7%, a reduction in energy consumption …

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Cybercrime is everywhere: How safe is your country?

[ad_1] A weighted meta-analysis of major cybercrime indices by anti-fraud firm SEON sheds light on who is safest and who is most at risk – yet businesses, even in the safest countries, must remain vigilant and proactive, emphasizes Gergo Varga, Senior Content Manager at SEON Released at the end of …

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Fatima Fertilizer Marks Farmers Day at Pakistan Pavilion

[ad_1] Artists perform at the Pakistan Pavilion in Dubai. Inayat-ur-Rahman, Company editor Fatima Fertilizer took up her cause by promoting Pakistan’s agriculture and paying tribute to her farmers around the world by celebrating National Farmers Day, also known as Kissan Day, at the Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. Week-long …

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Jordan Morris, US submarines stand out in late victory – The Hamden Journal

[ad_1] Considering how their final game of 2021 was shaping up, the best the U.S. national team could have hoped for was likely a one-goal win. It finally materialized in the last minute. It took a slew of second-half changes by manager Gregg Berhalter, who picked the right substitutes to …

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Vaccines skeptics in Eastern Europe having changed their minds, Health News, ET HealthWorld

[ad_1] BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA: Some former vaccine skeptics in Eastern Europe have moved to the other side as coronavirus infections rise, countries make it harder for the unvaccinated to travel abroad and authorities are combating government mistrust and vaccine misinformation. When she rolled up her sleeve in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo …

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Bosnian ski resorts benefit from lax anti-virus measures

[ad_1] SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina – As most European countries impose new restrictions to curb the spread of the omicron variant, Bosnia is taking a relatively laissez-faire approach to the surge in COVID-19 infections in the region, for the delight in its winter tourism industry. Last week, thousands of skiers …

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Bosnian drama Vadis, Aida? Wins the best European cinema awards

[ad_1] A Bosnian wartime drama that tells the bitter tale of a UN translator helplessly watching one of postwar Europe’s worst atrocities won top prize and other top honors at the European Film Awards. In addition to the award for best film on December 11, Quo Vadis, Aida? won Sarajevo-born …

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Summary of world news: Tibetan students lock themselves in Olympic rings to protest Beijing games; Iran is serious about nuclear talks with world powers – the president and more

[ad_1] Here is a summary of the news in the world. Tibetan students lock themselves in Olympic rings to protest Beijing Games On Saturday, two Tibetan students chained themselves to the Olympic rings outside the Swiss headquarters of the International Olympic Committee to call for an international boycott of next …

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Teleperformance wins fourth consecutive Great Place to Work® award in China

[ad_1] Regulatory news: Teleperformance (Paris: TEP), a leading global group in digitally integrated business services, today announced that its award-winning operations in China have received the prestigious Best Workplaces in Greater China® award from Great Place to Work® (GPTW®) for the fourth consecutive time. year. Highlights of the independent workplace …

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Slovak secret service labels party within Renew group “left-wing extremists” – EURACTIV.com

[ad_1] The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. A message from Goldman Sachs Discover Carbon Find out how we can achieve net zero carbon with Carbonomics – our research that models the net …

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Croatia’s largest food retailer Konzum accepts crypto in online stores

[ad_1] The largest food producer and retailer in the Western Balkans region – Konzum – has become the first retail chain in Croatia where customers can pay with digital assets. Currently, these transactions are only available in the online store, but the company plans to introduce the service to its …

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Croatia’s tourism sector lacks a third of the workforce for next year

[ad_1] A boat passes in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Porec, Croatia, April 20, 2021. REUTERS / Antonio Bronic / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register ZAGREB, Dec. 3 (Reuters) – Croatian tourist facilities will face a shortage of a third of …

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Kremlin spokesman confirms Putin received Milorad Dodik in the Kremlin – Russian Politics & Diplomacy

[ad_1] MOSCOW, December 3. / TASS /. Russian President’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that Russian President Vladimir Putin received Serbian member of the Presidium of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Dodik in the Kremlin. “We did not announce this. It is true that the leader of Republika Srpska met Putin face …

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Bosnian utility, striking coal miners strike deal to avoid blackouts

[ad_1] Bosnian electricity company Elektroprivreda and coal miners have reached a deal to end a strike that threatened to disrupt the Balkan country’s electricity supply as winter approaches. Thousands of coal miners had been on strike for more than a week over working conditions and wages, forcing state-owned Elektroprivreda to …

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Caregivers – a commodity? The questionable case of private recruitment agencies | Close-up – The current affairs documentary | DW

[ad_1] The majority of foreign nurses are hired through recruitment agencies, which is a lucrative business. Clinics can pay up to 21,000 euros to hire a single nurse. But the market is absolutely unregulated. “We wouldn’t be successful without international caregivers,” says the head of nursing at a large hospital. …

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Florida Sports Betting Ads Now Banned By Google Ads

[ad_1] Reading time: 2 minutes In the future, sports betting ads and services will be banned and cannot be promoted on Google Ads in Florida. This Google Ads update was taken into account after a federal judge in Washington DC overturned a Gaming Compact called the Florida-Seminole Tribal Gaming Compact. …

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AutoWallis completes technical delivery of new Jaguar and Land Rover showroom

[ad_1] The brand new Jaguar and Land Rover brand car dealership and service center, represented by the AutoWallis Group, located at the intersection of Váci út and Megyeri út in Budapest, was completed in just eight months, according to a press release sent. in the Budapest Business Journal. The technical …

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Bosnian power company warns of power cuts following protest by coal miners

[ad_1] Aerial view of the thermal power plant in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 18, 2021. Photo taken with a drone on October 18, 2021. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register now SARAJEVO, Nov. 24 (Reuters) – Power generation at the Tuzla …

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VPT rule, return to normal life or human rights violation? – Sarajevo Times

[ad_1] At the end of next month, the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FB-H) announced the hardening of epidemiological measures, which include the VPT rule, a evidence that people have either been “vaccinated, recovered or tested”.This means that employees in the health, social, and the public administration …

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Real Estate Token AG announces the launch of its platform

[ad_1] / EIN News / – TALLINN, Estonia, November 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Recently, Real Estate Token AG proudly announced the launch of its platform. The platform offers a chance to join hands for economic development in Europe while offering the best investments to investors around the world as …

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Bosnian miners fear green revolution – EURACTIV.com

[ad_1] For years, life in Breza in Bosnia has revolved around its coal mine, but the global shift from fossil fuels to renewables threatens the industry that was once the pride of Communist Yugoslavia. Armel Jekalovic and other miners, once hailed as local heroes who brought in stable incomes, now …

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Evoplay signs an agreement with Easit for the deployment of MaxBet

[ad_1] Evoplay enters into a partnership with Easit, which will give it access to operators of several regulated markets. Game development studio Evoplay has agreed to partner with established omnichannel platform provider Easit, as well as its associated operators. Easit is a growing Czech software provider that creates fully flexible …

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Seafood Processing Equipment Market 2021: Industry Overview, Growth, Trends, Opportunities and Forecast to 2026

[ad_1] SHERIDAN, WYOMING, USA, Nov 11, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Seafood Processing Equipment Market Size: Global Industry Trends, Share, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026 ”, the global seafood processing equipment market has shown XX growth during the period 2015-2020. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects …

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Newmark announces + 710,000 square feet of industrial renewals in Metro Detroit on behalf of owner, STAG

[ad_1] Newmark announces + 710,000 square feet of industrial renewals in Metro Detroit on behalf of owner, STAG November 1, 2021 11:30 a.m. Contact us Country Afghanistan Aland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados …

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Serbia is looking for weapons

[ad_1] ” VSOME WITH me, ”said Aleksandar Vucic, President of Serbia. “Now you are going to see a smile on my face!” From the terrace of the presidency in Belgrade, he points to the skyscrapers that soar and declares triumphantly: “Like a phoenix rising from its ashes!” Listen to this …

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Aligning with good practices – International Water Power

[ad_1] The International Hydropower Association has engaged with various stakeholders to help build capacity for sustainable hydropower in the Western Balkans. With industry-wide sustainability standards and tools available to help guide responsible developments, there would be no excuse for hydropower projects in 2021 not to be aligned with good environmental …

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Bosnian police say 6 people died in fire, some injured

[ad_1] Bosnian police say 6 people died in fire, some injured Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to personalize its online advertising and for other purposes. Find out more or change your cookie preferences. Rogers Media supports the principles of the Digital Advertising Alliance. By continuing to use our service, …

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Crocs Thrive Despite Covid Supply Chain Problems

[ad_1] Photo: Cate Gillon / Staff (Getty Images) Imagine for a moment, if you will, all the ills that afflict our society: a devastating situation global pandemic; generalized and accelerating ecological collapse; the imminent threat of a Swedish mafia from the house reunion tour. Now listen to this: we’ll literally …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina should focus on job creation

[ad_1] The Western Balkans region is recovering from the 2020 recession induced by COVID-19, thanks to a faster-than-expected recovery in 2021, says the latest edition of the Western Balkans regular economic report, Greening the Recovery. The outlook for the region has improved considerably, with GDP growth now projected at 5.9% …

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Global Paint, Varnish, Printing Ink, and Sealant Market Outlook to 2026: Historical and Forecast Data – ResearchAndMarkets.com

[ad_1] DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “World Paint, Varnish, Printing Ink and Mastic Market Outlook (2018-2026)” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The research includes historical data from 2018 to 2020 and forecasts to 2026, making the reports an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product …

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164 feature films at the 50th Wellington Film Festival next month

[ad_1] NZIFF NewsWhānau Mārama: The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) today announces its full schedule for Wellington, with the festival starting here on Thursday, November 4. The program announcement for Wellington follows last week’s announcement of the cancellation of NZIFF in Auckland. “We are delighted that even at Level …

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Croatia investigates police violence against migrants

[ad_1] SARAJEVO, Bosnia (AP) – Croatia on Thursday opened an investigation into new allegations that members of its police force are carrying out violent and systematic refoulements of migrants and asylum seekers attempting to enter the country illegally from the Neighboring Bosnia. The announcement came a day after the publication …

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Airgraft’s Davor Krvavac on creativity at Cannatech

[ad_1] Davor Krvavac is a creative leader with a long history of combining technology with storytelling to create culturally relevant brands and products. As the Creative Director of cannabis technology company Airgraft since its inception, he has focused on leading the development of the Airgraft brand, communications and a series …

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COP26: Scottish soap will provide a “gentle” wake-up call to United Nations climate talks in Glasgow

[ad_1] Delegates attending the UN talks will be treated to special eco-friendly soaps, locally made and capturing the essence of Scotland. Its creators, Soapworks, hope the Coastal Shores Cleansing Bars – which take inspiration from Scotland’s spectacular coastline, fresh sea air and crashing waves – will serve as a “gentle” …

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Global Furniture Industry Review 2011-2020 and Forecast 2021/2022

[ad_1] DUBLIN, October 05, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The “World Furniture Outlook 2021/2022” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The World Furniture Outlook 2021/2022 provides an overview of the global furniture industry through historical series of basic data (furniture production, consumption, imports, exports 2011-2020) and the furniture market outlook …

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Newmark: organizes the sale of an industrial portfolio of five buildings in the San Fernando Valley

[ad_1] September 30, 2021 9:00 AM Newmark Knight Frank (“Newmark”) announces that it has organized the sale of an industrial portfolio of five buildings in Pacoima, California. Chase Partners acquired the portfolio from a private local family. Both parties were represented by Newmark Executive Managing Director John DeGrinis, SIOR and …

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Bosnian industrial production growth slows in August

[ad_1] Regional today Wednesday 29 Sep 2021, 13:25 Manufacturing Industrial production in Bosnia and Herzegovina increased by 9.1 year-on-year in August, slowing from a 10.5% increase in the previous month, according to figures released by the Sarajevo-based Statistics Agency (BHAS) . Production slowed down for manufactured products (11.6% vs. 13.2%); …

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Hungary signs 15-year gas contract with Gazprom

[ad_1] Hungary has signed a 15-year gas purchase agreement with Gazprom that will ensure the country’s long-term energy security, Foreign and Trade Minister Péter Szijjártó said on Monday. The agreement led to diplomatic tensions between Ukraine and Hungary. Under the deal, Hungary has pledged to buy 4.5 billion cubic meters …

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bne IntelliNews – bneGreen: Western Balkan power plants in doubt after China abandons its overseas coal projects

[ad_1] Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged at the United Nations General Assembly on September 21 not to build new coal-fired power plants abroad. The announcement is important for the Western Balkans region, as China has supported several projects to build new coal-fired power plants, concentrated in Bosnia and Herzegovina and …

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Review: Sava – Cineuropa

[ad_1] 23/09/2021 – The first feature-length documentary by young British director Matthew Somerville tells the story of the river that runs from Slovenia to Croatia and from Bosnia to Serbia The young British filmmaker’s first feature-length documentary Matthieu somerville, Sava, deals with the titular river, 990 km long, which goes …

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Belarus Attends 2021 Novi Sad Agricultural Fair in Serbia

[ad_1] Photo courtesy of belinterexpo.by MINSK, September 20 (BelTA) – Belarus presented its national pavilion at the International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad in Serbia, BelTA learned from the Belinterexpo exhibition company of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Belarus became the biggest foreign participant of the exhibition, with …

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Glovo acquires Spanish and Portuguese companies

[ad_1] 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 …

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the goal of Serbia’s global “vaccine diplomacy”

[ad_1] 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, …

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Is Moscow using the S-400 against Turkey?

[ad_1] 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 …

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Accurately interpret Turkish foreign policy

[ad_1] 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 …

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EU, Germany allocate three million euros to mitigate impact of Covid-19 crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina

[ad_1] As part of the joint project of the European Union and the German government – EU4BusinessRecovery, to help companies mitigate the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH has launched a public call for proposals projects in the metallurgy and wood processing sectors. Under …

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