Economy & Politics

Column Hardly any movement at BASF

Personal-Financial.com columnist Bernd ZiesemerMartin Kress And it doesn’t move. Normally, the news that a corporation might divest a five-billion-euro stake…

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G7 agrees on minimum global tax

G7 finance ministers agreed on the taxation of multinational companies on Saturday. An “unprecedented” agreement, hailed among others by Pierre…

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Cameroon: a new president for the Association of Insurance Companies

AfricArena, in partnership with the DER / FJ (General Delegation for the Rapid Entrepreneurship of Women and Youth, Government of…

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PodcastWhy digitization is a key issue at Dussmann

Wolf-Dieter Adlhoch has been Dussmann boss since 2019Dussmann Artificial intelligence, blockchain and social bots – the future is digital. But…

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Tulsa Massacre: How Black Wall Street Was Destroyed

It was a golden age for Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Cinemas, pharmacies, hairdressers, shops and a vibrant community made up…

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BIL presents 2020 profits at half mast

The Banque Internationale à Luxembourg is also seeing its 2020 result affected by the crisis. With this year more customer…

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Crafts are still not out of the woods

The sector rocked but did not sink into the Covid storm. However, to ensure the viability of a number of…

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Lawyers self-regulate while waiting for the FATF

Postponed until the end of 2021 due to the pandemic, the visit of experts from the international body is pushing…

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Lex Delles wants to revise the right of establishment

During a meeting at the Chamber of Trades, the Minister for Middle Classes announced that the opening of certain craft…

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The Findel track (finally) begins its first facelift

Six years after the announcement of the implementation of an unprecedented project in the history of the airport, the bulk…

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