Day: January 25, 2021

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Netherlands: Prime Minister Rutte condemns Covid riots

  Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Monday condemned the riots that took place across the country this weekend. Demonstrators attacked the police and set fire to protest the night curfew to slow the spread of the coronavirus, calling it “criminal violence.”    Police said hundreds of people have been detained since the incident that […]

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Germany exhorts Taiwan to alleviate the semiconductor chips shortage

Germany has asked Taiwan to persuade Taiwanese manufacturers to help alleviate the shortage of semiconductor chips in the automotive sector, which is hindering its emerging economy recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.    Due to semiconductor delivery issues, automakers around the world are closing assembly lines. In some cases, the former Trump administration’s actions on China’s […]

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Portugal: President Rebelo de Sousa wins his second term

  Portugal’s center-right president Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa won his second term in the election on Sunday. The country’s election ended with a record abstention.    The country is struggling with serious Fight against the third wave of coronavirus infection. The 72-year-old former SocialDemocratic leader is known for his enthusiastic character and habit of taking […]

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All types of insurance available to Americans

  Scott W Johnson      There are so many different types of insurance available to Americans that it can be overwhelming. Whole life, disability, longevity ins, mortgage protection, pet ins, cell phone ins, but there are really three specific types of insurance that almost all adults need. Renters / Home Insurance: Renters or Home […]

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Switzerland: Hublot and Zenith sales expected to pick up significantly

  The CEOs of the two companies said on Monday that Swiss luxury watchmakers Hublot and Zenith, which are owned by the French luxury goods group LVMH, predict that after a difficult 2020 and a challenging new year, sales will rebound in 2021.     Last year, due to the impact of pandemic-related store closures and […]

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Apple faces lawsuit by Italian consumers for planned obsolescence

  The Italian Consumer Association (Altroconsumo) said on Monday that it had told Apple that it had launched a class action lawsuit against the US technology giant for its planned obsolescence.    Altroconsumo said in a statement that it is claiming 60 million euros ($73 million) in damages on behalf of Italian consumers. This practice […]

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How Modern Insurance Policy Systems Are Reinforcing the Insurance Industry

Sud Gover    It’s time insurers threw off the shackles of their legacy systems, which add to the oppression of market pressures by hampering the effectiveness of their operations. But to do so, they need to recognize the improved functionality and additional value a successful PAS transformation could bring to their businesses first. Truth is, […]

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