Chess Officials work to convince world Saudi Aramco still a good bet

Attacks laid bare the vulnerability of the world’s biggest oil exporter


Chess The European Parliament is Discussing Brexit

The European Parliament is discussing the current situation around the UK's withdrawal from the European Union. After two and a half years of negotiations - the Brexit scenario remains bargain-free. 31 October - the day on which Britain has to leave the EU already


Chess Bulgaria Will Finance Lung Transplants in Non-EU Countries

Bulgaria will also finance lung transplants in countries outside the European Union. This intention of the Ministry of Health has so far suppressed the protest of those waiting for a lung transplant in Bulgaria and their relatives. They protested in front of the h


Chess Worried About Your Next Business Presentation? 15 Ways to Calm Your Nerves

I’ve been doing a lot of presenting recently, especially online summits and I have no problem admitting that it’s tough. For those not born with natural eloquence, public speaking can be remarkably nerve-racking. How to Calm Down Before a Presentation


Chess Sirius Minerals shares sink again as investors weigh funding options

Shares halved in previous session after bond sale pulled and a funding package unravelled


Chess Donald Trump Is Ready to Approve a Initial Trade Deal with Japan

On Monday, President Donald Trump told the Congress that the United States and Japan are ready to enter into a restricted trade agreement that will reduce some of the bilateral tariffs and set conditions for digital commerce, Wall Street Journal reports. Trump and


Chess Fintech Startups Are Going to Take a Lot of Banks’ Revenue

The global payment business, which covers everything from card payments to remittances abroad, will generate about $ 1.5 trillion this year, according to Accenture. But new players are entering the market, TechNews.bg reports. Now banks dominate the payments sector


Chess FOCUS: The Parliament Adopts Amendments to the Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Act on First Reading

The Parliament has adopted amendments to the Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Act on first reading, Focus News Agency reported.  The bill was adopted with 122 votes in favour, one against and five аbstentions. The bill tabled by the Council of Ministers w


Chess The Innovative SIMPL Long-Term Car Service with Full Assistance Launches in Bulgaria for the First Time

The innovative SIMPL service launches for the first time in Bulgaria. SIMPL provides a long-term car rental with full assistance by a personal assistant. The proposal is from Eurolease Group and will provide individuals and small businesses with as much convenience


Chess New York Banned Flavoured E-Cigarettes

A second US state has banned flavoured e-cigarettes. New York complied with data linking the deaths of several people with the use of a product advertised as safer than smoking. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said an emergency law would be used to ban flavoured e-cigarettes.


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