Shoppers walk along a shopping street in Rome, Italy. Reuters
Eurozone business activity bounced back to growth last month, underpinned by a record expansion in manufacturing, according to a survey on Wednesday that also showed the service industry was coping better than expected with new lockdowns.
Economic growth in the eurozone jumped sharply in February as coronavirus restrictions were eased, a key survey showed on Monday. Growth accelerated to a five-month high, IHS Markit said in its closely watched monthly
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde pushed back against pessimism on Wednesday, predicting an economic rebound as COVID-19 uncertainty subsides and saying that Europe has all the tools needed to overcome the crisis.
The bonfire of good ideas lit by Boris Johnson’s government just keeps on getting fuelled. The latest to be thrown on the flames: a leaked Department of Health paper suggesting everyone testing positive for coronavirus in England be paid £500 to help
Moscow is emerging as a vibrant tourist destination, with particular emphasis on fostering ties with Gulf countries, especially the UAE. In recent years, various measures have been implemented to enhance the travel experience to Moscow and make it more convenient and enjoyable for
Gregonis praised Dubai as an innovative city with 12 US companies that have innovation centres where they showcase their latest technologies. She expressed her pride in the American national companies that are showcasing their latest achievements, especially in the field of the automotive industry.
The announcement was made following FATF’s plenary meetings, held between 19th to 23rd February, in the capital of France, Paris.