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Changing trends and challenges facing the European #Entertainment industry in 2019

Changing trends and challenges facing the European #Entertainment industry in 2019

| June 17, 2019

How we pursue entertainment is changing thanks to improvements in technology. Europeans now enjoy faster internet and more readily available mobile technology than ever before, with performance and connectivity improving year on year. For consumers, the cost of entertainment enjoyed via technology is also continually falling in price, meaning it’s often cheaper to stay at home than […]

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#FoodUnion heritage brands scoop ice cream market in countries ignored by multinationals

#FoodUnion heritage brands scoop ice cream market in countries ignored by multinationals

| June 7, 2019

Having emerged from the rubble of the global financial crisis in 2008, the dairy giant Food Union has not only gone on to conquer a highly competitive Latvian market but now, with the continual financial support from founding investor Meridian Capital, have set their sights on major global expansion. With their headquarters situated in Hong […]

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#FoodUnion launches digital tool for #Latvia dairy industry

#FoodUnion launches digital tool for #Latvia dairy industry

| June 6, 2019

Since their emergence in 2012, pan-European dairy and ice cream company Food Union have placed an emphasis on consistent innovation to maintain their place at the top of the industry. The latest example comes in the form of the interactive platform Smart Dairy Farmer, introduced in May with the stated goal of helping the Latvian […]

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Pro-#Putin alliance to shape the future of Europe?

Pro-#Putin alliance to shape the future of Europe?

| May 30, 2019

Were the European Parliament elections a referendum on attitudes towards Putin? Now that the European Parliament elections have been completed, a question arises: how will their results change the face of the European Parliament? The fact that many centrists and social-democrats (with their moderate views and agendas), who dominated the parliament for the last term, have […]

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#CzechRepublic ripe for Russian influence

#CzechRepublic ripe for Russian influence

| May 9, 2019

For all the countless problems that have emerged from the seemingly endless Brexit process, the sharing of future national intelligence has often flown under the radar. For the sake of our national security, this issue must no longer be overlooked. When the defining political issue of our generation, in or out, is finally put to […]

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#Turkey – Doubts abound over tale of “Spy” suicide

#Turkey – Doubts abound over tale of “Spy” suicide

| April 30, 2019

Turkish authorities are facing mounting questions over the suicide behind bars of a man incarcerated on alleged espionage claims. According to official reports, Zaki Y.M. Hasan was discovered dead in his cell on Monday morning, with the tragedy of the death compounded by the widespread perception that he was being held, along with another person, […]

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Many People In Ukraine Believe That The Country Made A Mistake With Its Geo-political Choice In 2013 When Preferred EU Association Agreement To Eurasian Customs Union”

Many People In Ukraine Believe That The Country Made A Mistake With Its Geo-political Choice In 2013 When Preferred EU Association Agreement To Eurasian Customs Union”

| April 25, 2019

Today Ukraine is at the crossroads. A state in Eastern Europe is trying to puzzle out what went wrong in 2014. A revolution defined a Western vector of country’s development then. The country has signed the Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement and declared its movement towards entering the European community in the future. However, the presidential […]

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