Showing posts with label jobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label jobs. Show all posts

Thursday, February 18, 2021

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Deutsche Bank envisage 10.000 supressions de postes

Deutsche Bank envisage 10.000 supressions de postes
Le géant bancaire allemand en difficulté Deutsche Bank a peaufiné ces dernières semaines un plan pour supprimer quelque 10.000 emplois dans le monde, soit environ un employé sur dix, rapporte mercredi le Wall Street Journal.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Germany to add 600,000 jobs in 2018: study

650,000 new positions created in 2017
Germany's labor market will be marked by enduring strength in 2018, the newspaper Neue Passauer Press reported on Tuesday, with reference to a study by the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK).

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Garbage piling up Greek cities as sanitation workers' protest continues

Tones of garbage are piling up in Athens and other major cities as a nationwide protest against job cuts called by unions representing municipal sanitation workers entered its second week on Monday.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Thursday, November 24, 2016

EU Kaos: After Barroso row, Juncker proposes tighter EU ethics rules

The European Commission proposed yesterday (23 November) lengthening the period of time its own former leaders must wait before taking up new jobs, following public uproar over its last president going to work for Goldman Sachs.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Switzerland rejects guaranteed income proposal in national referendum

The Swiss appear to have voted down a plan for the government to pay citizens a guaranteed income whether or not they are employed.

The proposal would have forced the government to pay each citizen the equivalent of nearly 1,800 euros, or about $2,045, each month.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Thousands of jobs in Slovakia could be threaten by border controls

Even though a terrorist attack in Slovakia isn't very likely to happen, the indirect economic consequences connected to stricter conditions around the world due to terrorist threats might become a very negative factor, Sberbank Europe chief analyst Vladimir Vano said on Thursday.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Ban to employ Turkish workers not to affect Russia’s job market

A ban to employ Turkish nationals will have no influence on Russia’s job market as they might be replaced by Russians residing in the regions along with citizens from former Soviet republics, the deputy chairman of the Russian State Duma (parliamentary lower house), Andrey Isayev, has told TASS.

Monday, September 28, 2015

India launches first space observatory

India successfully launched Monday its first high-tech telescopes into space to study the stars, as New Delhi seeks to take another major step in its ambitious and low-cost space programme.

Monday, December 22, 2014

European Commission Plans $980 Mln Investment in Greece by 2020

18 new EU investment programs to help Greece out of a financial crisis by creating jobs and other opportunities for economic development have been approved by the European Commission, Monday's press release by the Commission states.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

MEPs split over EU free trade deal with Canada (EP)

Hopes and fears for the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), which has been negotiated but still needs Parliament’s backing to enter into force, were aired in a debate with EU trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht on Tuesday.

EU trade negotiators’ achievements in securing access to the Canadian public procurement market and protecting 145 EU geographical indication marks were.warmly welcomed by MEPs. Many stressed the need to win access to new markets for EU firms so as to offset their loss of business with Russia.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Slovakia could lose thousands of jobs if Russia takes further counter-sanction (Robert Fico)

If Russia were to respond to the third round of the European Union's sanctions by banning car imports from Europe, 7,000 to 10,000 people could lose their jobs in Slovakia, warned Prime Minister Robert Fico during a televised political debate on Sunday.

Fico said the "sanctions' war" not only fails to address the problem, but it also produces more and more tension on both sides of the conflict.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

EU Producers Falsely Mark Products to Bypass Russian Ban. Under the guise of being produced in countries such as FYROM, Serbia, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Turkey etc (Rosselkhoznadzor)

MOSCOW, August 20 (RIA Novosti) - Attempts to import embargoed European products to Russia are on the rise, a spokesman for Rosselkhoznadzor, Russia’s agricultural watchdog, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday.
Attempts to import banned European food are on the rise, as EU manufacturers attempt to claim their products are produced in countries not affected by the ban, Alexei Alexeyenko, assistant to the head of Rosselkhoznadzor, said.
Products said to be made in countries outside the European Union have turned out to have only EU phytosanitary certificates, Alexeyenko said, noting that Rosselkhoznadzor believes them to be falsely marked to avoid the import ban.

EU farmers complain €125mn compensation is just drop in the ocean

The €125 million in emergency EU support to its food producers may not be enough to cover the damage, as some estimates have it more than a hundred times higher.
On Monday, the European Commission announced €125 million in emergency funding for European farmers hit by the Russian trade ban
Economists at ING estimate the embargo could cost the European Union €6.7 billion ($9 billion) during a year of lost production. The report also sees 130,000 jobs at risk in the trade row between Russia and the West over Ukraine.
The European statistics office, Eurostat, said the ban - which bars meat, dairy, cheese, fruit and vegetables from all 28 EU member states, affects €12 billion ($16 billion) worth of EU exports, or 10 percent of the total.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Turkey may woo Greek doctors to fill vacancies. (Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu)

Turkey is considering employing foreign doctors in order to fill vacancies in public hospitals, with Greek professionals being one of their main targets, Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu has said.

“We are thinking of employing doctors from Greece and other countries, who we believe would fulfill the needs of our people and who will be accredited by YÖK [the Turkish Higher Education Board] after the related legal regulations have been made,” Müezzinoğlu told journalists during an Eid al-Fitr visit to an Istanbul hospital on July 29.

“We [Turkey] have been increasing the capacity of our medical faculties since 2007, but such efforts will only start yielding results this year,” Müezzinoğlu added.

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Italian PM pushes ahead with promised reforms to revive economy (15,000 new jobs for young people)

The Italian government on Friday presented a package of reforms in a move to revive the country's economy plagued by bureaucracy and corruption.

The package, including measures to streamline public administration and fight corruption, is another step in newly-elected Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's promised plan to reform the country.

A spending cut will be introduced in the country's "malfunctioning" public service, which costs companies an average of 7,000 euros (9,480 US dollars) per year in paperwork and fees, according to a study released by Small Businesses Association of Mestre.

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