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Lisbon: a city of opportunity

Lisbon wins the heart of all those who visit. Historic monuments, sunshine, stunning beaches and delicious food are just a part of what the city has to offer. The tourism boom has […]

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Business news

ARCHE: with you every step of the way

One of Europe’s leading financial services companies, Arche Associates (Arche) consists of three independent entities. Therefore, depending on the type of advice required, clients can choose from one of the following: • Arche […]

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Technologies

Poland to invest in solar panels as power prices rise

Poland expects its power capacity to increase by at least 200 megawatts (MW) annually in coming years, thanks to planned incentives for smaller electricity consumers to invest in solar panels, according to […]

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Business news / Technologies

Technology is changing the way we look at risk

It seems like information overload is creating the potential for disruption in credit risk analysis. Every day, we are bombarded with information from new sources presenting us with a 180º reversal from […]

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Technologies

Where digital dreams become reality

Ask a stranger what they know about the island of Jersey and they may tell you that it’s a beautiful part of the British Isles just off the coast of France. They […]

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Сryptocurrencies

What Would Happen to the Bitcoin If the Internet Would Be Shut Off?

Despite the fact that the possibility of the internet shutting off completely is very unlikely, there are still various concerns regarding what would happen to the Bitcoin if such a scenario would […]

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Business news

The 73-year-old Vietnamese refugee is responsible for bringing Sriracha to American consumers

After settling in Los Angeles in 1979, Tran founded Huy Fong Foods Inc., named for the Huey Fong boat that brought him to the U.S., and started making hot sauces for local […]

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Expert opinion

The value of the customs union to the UK is overrated

The Corn Laws. The tariff reform debate of the early 20th century. Imperial preference in the 1930s. There have been times in Britain’s modern history when trade policy has really mattered, breaking […]

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Expert opinion

Turkish court overturns convictions against four human rights activists – JURIST

The Turkish Court of Cassation, the country’s highest appellate court, Tuesday overturned convictions against four human rights defenders including Honorary Chair of Amnesty International of Turkey, Taner Kılıç. All four were formerly […]

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Expert opinion

Australia forms multi-agency task force to combat cyber crime – JURIST

On Saturday, Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs and Cyber Security Clare O’Neil announced the formation of a multi-agency task force to combat cyber crime. Called the Joint Standing Operation (JSO), the task […]

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Expert opinion

‘Invasive’ two-finger test performed on sexual assault victims is misconduct, India Supreme Court rules – JURIST

The India Supreme Court Monday declared that performing the “two-finger” or “three-finger” vaginal test on victims of rape or sexual assault will be classed as misconduct.Also dubbed the “virginity” test, the test […]

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Expert opinion

China-run ‘police’ station in Dublin ordered to close by Ireland Department of Foreign Affairs – JURIST

The Ireland Department of Foreign Affairs Wednesday ordered a Chinese overseas “police station” in Dublin to cease operations, according to Asia-based human rights group Safeguard Defenders. The order comes after Safeguard investigated […]

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