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Brexit: Britain asks: was it worth it? | Business | Economic and financial news from a German point of view | DW

Food shortages, departures of foreign workers and empty gas stations. Britain has certainly had its fair share of setbacks since the Brexit transition period – intended to facilitate the UK’s departure from the EU – ended a year ago. A supply chain crisis, exacerbated by a shortage of truck drivers …

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Eurozone bond yields rise as Omicron fears subside

By Stefano Rebaudo (Reuters) – Eurozone government bond yields were higher on Tuesday as concerns over the economic impact of the pandemic subsided and as investors focused on reducing monetary stimulus from the central bank. European stocks hit a five-week high on Tuesday, encouraging Wall Street to hit record highs …

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Russian gas flows through the Yamal-Europe pipeline are reversed for the 6th day

FRANKFURT / PRAGUE (Reuters) – The Yamal-Europe pipeline which usually delivers Russian gas to Western Europe was returning fuel to Poland for a sixth consecutive day on Sunday, according to data from German network operator Gascade. The data showed that flows at the Mallnow metering point on the German-Polish border …

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Russian scam meets armed finance: prepare for deterrence failure

Vladimir Putin, the “Tsar of Brinkmanship“, intensifies the pressure on Ukraine and its NATO supporters on a scale far beyond the events of 2014, much like Nikita Khrushchev used to squeeze West Berlin. In recent months, Russia has massed a deployment of joint forces significantly more efficient and exceeding 100,000 …

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Leading German broker FXFlat Bank AG arrives in France

FXFlat Bank SA, leader in multi-asset brokerage based in Germany and regulated by BaFin, is developing in the neighboring country of France in an important step which opens the door to the second largest market in Europe. “France has become one of the most active countries in terms of trade …

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Live news: Germany to impose new Covid restrictions after Christmas

Strong Nike sales in the United States and Europe helped offset pandemic challenges in China and Asia-Pacific in the second quarter and supported a better-than-expected result for the sportswear maker. Nike said on Monday it continued to manage the impact of supply chain disruptions on the market, but chief executive …

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German and French organizations will finance the Surat metro; Solar powered stations

The Indian government and the German Development Bank – KFW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau) – have signed a loan of 442.26 million euros for the Surat metro project, according to a recent official statement issued by the Ministry of Finance . The project aims to harness solar energy in the two …

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Shareholder and intra-group loans – beware of tax risks | Hogan Lovells

introduction Most business groups rely on shareholder and / or intragroup loans in order to manage liquidity needs within the group and easily transfer liquidity from one entity to another as needed. While discussions of debts to third parties can take days, weeks or months, shareholder and intragroup loans are …

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Scholz pledges to initiate the biggest transformation of the German economy in a century

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz speaks as he delivers a government statement at a plenary session of the lower house of the German parliament, the Bundestag, in Berlin, Germany, December 15, 2021. REUTERS / Michele Tantussi Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register Focuses on national issues by …

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French and German ministers say nuclear is a difficult subject

Steam rises from the cooling towers of the Electricité de France (EDF) nuclear power plant in Cruas, France on November 27, 2021. REUTERS / Eric Gaillard / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register PARIS, December 13 (Reuters) – French and German finance ministers, during …

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