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The FNANCIAL -- KYIV -- Olha Pavlenko, an activist from Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, has fled the Russian-occupied region after her home in Simferopol was searched by Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) and she was questioned by agents from Russia's Investigative Committee.
The FINANCIAL -- Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says he intends to speak with U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo about Washington's decision to cut $300 million in U.S. payments to Pakistan's military.
The FINANCIAL -- In August 2018 the Consumer Price Index increased by 0.5 percent compared to the previous month, while the annual inflation rate amounted to 3.1 percent.
The FINANCIAL -- The European Commission has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Georgia for Macro-Financial Assistance (MFA) of up to €45 million to help Georgia cover part of its external financing needs and support economic reforms.
The FINANCIAL -- According to the Foreign Minister "This is the European Commissioner's second visit to Georgia over the year. The visit coincided in time with the opening of the European School for Eastern Partnership in Tbilisi. One of the main goals of the visit is to establish European School for Eastern Partnership. Johannes Hahn’s personal contribution to the opening of this school in Georgia is really great" - said the Foreign Minister.
The FINANCIAL -- Workers worry about what AI will do to their jobs -- and with good reason. Experts believe AI will replace 800 million jobs over the next 13 years, and 73% of workers in the U.S. say an increased use of AI will eliminate more jobs than it creates. In fact, 23% of U.S. workers tell Gallup they're "very worried" or "somewhat worried" they might lose their own job to new technology.
The FINANCIAL -- The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to begin confirmation hearings on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. If confirmed, Kavanaugh would replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, who retired in July after three decades on the court.
The FINANCIAL -- The agreement on the full acquisition of non-life insurer Seesam Insurance AS was signed on 18 December 2017. Following the approval from local authorities, the acquisition was completed.
The FINANCIAL -- Rates of entrepreneurship are higher in some countries than others and it may be because they are generally less risk-averse and more overconfident, according to a new LSE study.
The FINANCIAL -- SAN FRANCISCO, -- Trulia, a home and neighborhood site for homebuyers and renters, released the results from a research survey to find out how many Americans experience "neighborhood regret," and discover new strategies to prevent buyer and renter remorse in the future. The survey, conducted online by Wakefield Research of 1,000 Americans found that 36% of those who recently relocated would have moved to a different neighborhood than their current one; additionally 77% agree there is no single reliable source for complete neighborhood information. This research was released in conjunction with the launch of Trulia Neighborhoods, a first-of-its kind product giving people a genuine feel for what it's like to actually live in a neighborhood.
The FINANCIAL -- Perfectly recreating the organic design lines of the world’s fastest production car – the iconic Bugatti Chiron – the LEGO Technic life-size model pushes the boundaries of what LEGO builders imagined was possible to build in LEGO elements.
The FINANCIAL -- Water is one of the greatest challenges humanity faces. Belonging to an industry in which water plays a critical role – from growing cotton and dyeing fabrics, to washing our clothes at home – H&M group has a great responsibility.
The FINANCIAL -- ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (3 September 2018) — The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Board of Directors has approved a $100 million loan to address chronic water shortages and increase earnings on farms in Balochistan, Pakistan’s largest and poorest province.
The FINANCIAL -- Fifteen years ago, when the Iraq war divided the NATO Allies and some even talked of the end of the Atlantic Alliance, veteran journalist Jim Hoagland remained calm. Predictions about the imminent demise of NATO had been around for ages, he said during a brainstorm with NATO ambassadors. And, with a wink, he even put some of the blame on fellow journalists: “Whenever we at the Washington Post have a slow news day, we publish a ‘Whither NATO?’ piece.”
The FINANCIAL -- In the first half year of 2018 e-commerce accounted for approximately a third of the total value of technical consumer goods (TCG) sold globally to consumers. Across 18 European countries though, online shares are still below that mark at currently 25 percent. However, European e-commerce retailers were able to steadily increase their shares over the past years (2015: 21 percent). This is because not all product categories are equally popular when it comes to buying online. This may change as the European online retail sector is undergoing a massive change.
The FINANCIAL -- Over the past decades the mobile phone industry has transformed itself into a highly sophisticated ecosystem. With the bar of consumer expectation about what smartphones can do constantly rising, smartphones remain the key personal device. In the first half of 2018 a total of 693.5 million smartphones were sold globally.
Georgia will hold presidential elections in less than two months’ time and will take an electoral year off until 2020 when parliamentary elections are scheduled. We are a parliamentary republic and the president is granted very limited power. The directly-elected president will serve until 2024 after which presidents will be elected by members of parliament.
The FINANCIAL -- Parts of the factory were adapted specifically for the model. The vehicle in the exterior colour Mamba Green Metallic goes to a Chinese customer. China has become the top-selling market for Porsche and with more than 100,000 deliveries since its market launch in 2014, the Macan is particularly popular.
The FINANCIAL -- Zhonghong Holding Co., Ltd. disclosed the Announcement on Signing Agreements on Debt Restructuring and Management Trusteeship. On the next morning, JDB Group released a statement in its official web to deny the signing of the aforesaid agreements, which becomes a great market concern.
The FINANCIAL -- Geneva - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced healthy global passenger demand for July with all regions reporting growth. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 6.2%, compared to the same month last year.