September 19, 2021
  • September 19, 2021

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Russian entrepreneurs adapt to virus lockdown challenges

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MOSCOW (AP) – Valentina Konstantinova vividly remembers when Russia was locked down for the coronavirus a year ago. His 18-room boutique hotel, called Skazka, or “fairy tale,” was full and within days there was only one guest left. “I still don’t understand how people could have disappeared in a day, and where,” she recalls....

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The impacts of Covid-19 on the Vietnamese workforce

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In March 2021, Vietnam experienced 3 phases of the Covid-19 pandemic (phase 1: from March to April 2020; phase 2: from July to September 2020; phase 3: from January to March 2021), with 2,575 cases infected, 302 cases under treatment, 2,234 cured cases and 35 deaths. Like many other countries in the world, Vietnam...

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Keystone: Homeowners Show Market Confidence With Larger Loans

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According to data from Keystone Property Finance, mortgage products designed to offer exclusive rates for larger loan amounts are the most popular product among Rental Home Owners (BTLs). Keystone found that more than half (58%) of its customers have applied for their widest range of loans since December 2020. Specialist lender BTL’s wider loan...

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British Business Bank launched an investigation into Greensill Capital before the collapse | Banking

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The British public investment bank has opened an investigation into Greensill The capital and loans it made to the Sanjeev Gupta steel empire months before the lender fell under administration, the Guardian has learned. The news arrives as a former prime minister David cameron was cleared of any potential violation of lobbying rules relating...

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Pennsylvania Republicans Cite No Evidence of Election Fraud, But Say Wolf Administration Undermined Confidence in Election Results

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Republican state leaders said on Friday they had no evidence of fraud in Tuesday’s presidential election. But they claimed Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration had spent months “doing everything they could to destroy the security of the process.” “Let me be very clear. I am not aware of any electoral fraud. I am not aware...

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Chesterfield Faring hires trade veteran Steven Weiss

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NEW YORK, April 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Chesterfield Faring, Ltd. is happy to announce that Steven Weiss has joined our New York workplace. Steven will work as each an interim technical director and common supervisor. As Technical Director, he’ll oversee the deployment of the brand new state-of-the-art investor portal. He’ll innovate our...

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