Fears Of China Stealing Jobs Blocking EU Deal
European Chamber of Commerce in Beijing says EU unlikely to lift trade barriers later this year because of growing concerns Chinese goods are leading to untold losses of jobs on continent
French President Declares Economic State Of Emergency
French President Francois Hollande has declared what he called “a state of economic emergency” and says it’s time to redefine France’s economic and social model. In an annual speech to business leade...
Greek leader makes a deal with Europe but faces a revolt at home
It was unclear whether Alexis Tsipras’s acquiescence would bring new elections, a new government — or his resignation. On Monday morning, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras capitulated in Brussels to...
Quantum revolution: UK strategy outlines research into 6G smartphones and quantum computers
A new £270m strategy into quantum technology growth has been established, designed to guide research into everything from 6G smartphones to quantum computers. The UK National Quantum Technology Progra...
Economy of Bulgaria
The economy of Bulgaria functions on the principles of the free market, having a large private sector and a smaller public one. Bulgaria is an industrialised upper-middle-income country according to t...
Economy of Bulgaria - Wikipedia
Economy of Greece
The economy of Greece is the 43rd or 50th largest in the world at $242 billion or $283 billion by nominal gross domestic product or purchasing power parity respectively, according to World Bank statis...
Economy of Greece - Wikipedia
Economy of Romania
Romania has a developing, upper-middle income market economy, the 17th largest in the European Union by total nominal GDP and the 13th largest based on purchasing power parity. The collapse of the Com...
Economy of Romania - Wikipedia
Maltese lira
The lira or pound (Maltese: lira Maltija, plural: liri, ISO 4217 code : MTL) was the currency of Malta from 1972 until 31 December 2007. The lira was abbreviated as Lm, although the traditio...
Maltese lira - Wikipedia
Fears Of China Stealing Jobs Blocking EU Deal
European Chamber of Commerce in Beijing says EU unlikely to lift trade barriers later this year because of growing concerns Chinese goods are leading to untold losses of jobs on continent
French President Declares Economic State Of Emergency
French President Francois Hollande has declared what he called “a state of economic emergency” and says it’s time to redefine France’s economic and social model. In an annual speech to business leade...
Czech koruna
The Czech koruna or Czech crown (sign: Kč; code: CZK) has been the currency of the Czech Republic since 8 February 1993 when, together with its Slovak counterpart, it replaced the Czechoslovak koruna ...
Czech koruna - Wikipedia
Royal Patriotic Society
The Royal Patriotic Society (Kungliga Patriotiska Sällskapet) is an organisation founded in 1766 with the aim of improving Sweden's economy, particularly agriculture, mining and the textile industry. ...
Vaisala
Vaisala ([ˈʋæi̯sælæ]) is a Finnish company that develops, manufactures and markets products and services for environmental and industrial measurement.The major customer groups and markets are national...
Vaisala - Wikipedia
Greek leader makes a deal with Europe but faces a revolt at home
It was unclear whether Alexis Tsipras’s acquiescence would bring new elections, a new government — or his resignation. On Monday morning, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras capitulated in Brussels to...
Quantum revolution: UK strategy outlines research into 6G smartphones and quantum computers
A new £270m strategy into quantum technology growth has been established, designed to guide research into everything from 6G smartphones to quantum computers. The UK National Quantum Technology Progra...
Economy of Spain
Spain has the thirteenth-largest economy by nominal GDP in the world, and sixteenth-largest by purchasing power parity. The Spanish economy is the fifth-largest in the European Union, and the fourth-l...
Economy of Spain - Wikipedia
Nuclear power in Italy
Nuclear power stations in Italy (view) Closed plants Canceled plantsNuclear power in Italy is a controversial topic. Italy started to produce nuclear energy in the early 1960s, but all plant...
Nuclear power in Italy - Wikipedia
Swedish Standard Industrial Classification
The Swedish Standard Industrial Classification, commonly referred to as SNI, is a Swedish industry standard economic classification system, consisting of a hierarchy of codes that are up to 6-digits l...
Tourism in Romania
Tourism in Romania is focused on the country's natural landscapes and its history, and forms a major component of the economy of Romania. The number of tourists increased from 4.8 million in 2002 to 8...
Tourism in Romania - Wikipedia
Flemish Diamond
The Flemish Diamond (in Dutch: Vlaamse Ruit) is the Flemish reference to a network of four metropolitan areas in Belgium, three of which are in the central provinces of Flanders, together with the Bru...
Flemish Diamond - Wikipedia
Polish Mint
The Mint of Poland (Polish: Mennica Polska) is a private company (Mennica Polska S.A.) which is the only body permitted to manufacture (mint) coins and investment products in Poland. It is located...
Economy of the Czech Republic
Of the countries in central and eastern Europe, the Czech Republic has one of the most developed industrialized economies. It is one of the most stable and prosperous of the post-Communist states of C...
Economy of the Czech Republic - Wikipedia
Economy of Bucharest
Bucharest is the most economically developed and industrialised city in Romania, producing around 21% of the country's GDP and about one-quarter of its industrial production, while only accounting for...