Tag: business

Can Russia bankrupt the Suez and Panama Canals

The shortest sea route between Europe and Asia passes through the Arctic Due to thick ice it is not traversable for most of the year. Russia has now decided to invest about $10 billion in the near future in order for the region to become an international transport corridor 365 days a year. Developing the route will require a huge investment, but the potential profit will be even greater.

Should Hungary replace the Hapless Brussels economic disasters

Due to the Hungarian government’s successfully handling of the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the number of those employed in Hungary has reached 4.7 million. Of these fortunate paying low taxes and supporting their families 4.5 million are in the primary labour market, while the number of registered job seekers fell to an extremely low level of 260,000, State Secretary for Employment Sándor Bodó said on Thursday.

Cashless Trap has sprung leaving millions snared

According to experts, the uniquely low use of cash money in Sweden leaves the country more vulnerable to emergencies and hack attacks, prompting the authorities to explore alternative options such as digital currency. The share of cash in Sweden’s money supply has reached a historic low at SEK 62 billion ($7.2 billion), the lowest level measured, at merely 1.33 percent of current transactions.

Polish Economy Soaring

The scale of rebound in (migrant-free – Ed) Polish industry is incredible and the services sector is soon to follow, said economist and market analyst Ignacy Morawski in a recent interview with Polish media outlet Gazeta.pl Next.

COPYWRITING, TRANSLATIONS AND GHOST-WRITING

Professional writing services are not something many business owners use despite their importance to their shops, hotels, restaurants, their business. Fact: A single spelling mistake on a website’s home page will reduce sales by 50 per cent as it suggests professional sloppiness and possible fraud. 

WHAT RECESSION

When businesses fail it is easy to blame the recession or Covid-19.  In all but a few cases that argument doesn’t stack up.  Failure is more often due to complacency and miserable management.  Obliged by business appointments to occasionally visit a splendidly situated restaurant I disliked doing so as the service was excruciatingly bad. Is the owner under the illusion that a little Spanish sunshine is enough to compensate for bone idle offhand staff? Rival restaurants lacking such beautiful surroundings thrive. It is service, not the location that puts bums on seats.