Tag: economy

Will #Eurasian continent shape future of the world?

Will #Eurasian continent shape future of the world?

| June 13, 2019

On 6-8 June, the former Russian imperial capital, Saint Petersburg, turned into one of the world’s political and economic centres. Politicians, businessmen, analysts and journalists from 145 countries gathered there in a rebuttal of the myth that Russia and Vladimir Putin have been isolated by the international community, writes James Wilson. The Saint Petersburg Economic Forum […]

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Is Europe’s “#Industrial Renaissance” in jeopardy?

Is Europe’s “#Industrial Renaissance” in jeopardy?

| June 12, 2019

The outgoing Juncker Commission has been adamant about the need to prompt an “Industrial Renaissance” in the European Union, recognising as early as 2014 that European industries are intimately intertwined with the entirety of the bloc’s economic fabric and setting an ambitious target of 20% of the Union’s GDP coming from manufacturing by 2020. Is […]

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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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Europe’s new #Research programmes will strengthen EU industrial capability

Europe’s new #Research programmes will strengthen EU industrial capability

| June 3, 2019

The overall average investment in Europe in the field of research is 2%. This figure falls behind both the Americans and the Chinese. This year China will be investing 2.5% per cent GDP into research activities and the USA will be investing circa 2.85%, writes Huawei Technologies Vice President for Global Public Affairs David Harmon.  That said, […]

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#Brexit uncertainty hits business confidence in Europe, survey shows

#Brexit uncertainty hits business confidence in Europe, survey shows

| May 30, 2019

Uncertainty over Britain’s departure from the European Union has triggered a sharp drop in business confidence in Europe over the past six months, a survey showed on Thursday, according to Reuters’ Carolyn Cohn. Only 50% of European business leaders said they were confident about the ability of their firms to grow and prosper, compared to 70% […]

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The best #AI on the market is Authentic Intelligence

The best #AI on the market is Authentic Intelligence

| May 24, 2019

Artificial Intelligence and how it might transform our economy and society is a hotly debated issue, dominating news headlines, conferences and business plans across the globe. Sales and marketing teams are no exceptions, trying to understand how AI can be effectively harnessed to sell more goods and better promote services. The potential this technology has, […]

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