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In Memoriam Princess Marina Sturdza passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 22, in New York, after a long illness, that she fought with her characteristic dignity, until the last moment of her life.
On Saturday Iran marked the National Exports Day while official reports indicate that over the first half of the current fiscal year (March-September)
The cabinet minister says a lack of affordable housing is the "biggest barrier to social progress".
  THE GOVERNMENT plans to submit coordinates, regarding its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the sea north of the island, to the United Nations in the coming days. It would also try to engage in
  THE GOVERNMENT plans to submit coordinates, regarding its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the sea north of the island, to the United Nations in the coming days. It would also try to engage in
Emily Thornberry predicts the UK's "intransigence" will stop agreement being reached with Brussels.
Irish customers are charged the highest interest rates by banks in the eurozone, according to new data.
The Cooperative Cyprus Bank (CCB) is exploring “more radical solutions” in a bid to achieve a swifter reduction of the non-performing loans (NPLs) weighing on its balance sheet, the CCB’s Chief Execu
Wages are at their lowest level since 2006 when inflation is taken in to account.
Ministers are asking the industry how best to streamline the home-buying process in England.
The "wonder from down under" has been free from recession for more than a quarter of a century.
David Davis will travel to Paris on Monday for Brexit talks days after French President Emmanuel Macron suggested Britain would need to up its divorce payment offer to unlock trade negotiations.
In recent weeks around US President Donald Trump’s announcement of his new policy on Iran, European leaders have been talking up the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, aka JCPOA, which freed Iran of nuclear-rela
President Nicos Anastasiades departs on Sunday night for Moscow for a two-day official working visit that will include meetings with senior state officials. According to a statement, Anastasiades, fl
A “radical culture change” is needed if customer trust in the banks is to be repaired and restored, according to the deputy governor of the Central Bank.
The developer behind the transformation of King’s Cross — the biggest such project in a European capital at the time — into one of the most desirable locations in London has said eng
The bosses of a company whose burgeoning global reputation has attracted clients such as Disney, PayPal, eBay, and Spotify have been named as Cork’s Tech Persons of the Year by their peers.
The M20 motorway between Cork and Limerick will enhance the entire region economically and socially while bringing new life to towns like Charleville, Co Cork.
Cabot Credit Management, the UK’s biggest debt collector has confirmed it will list on the London Stock Exchange, targeting a £1bn (€1.1bn) market capitalisation.
BP’s 2017 Statistical Review says Uzbekistan produced only 2.6 million tons of oil in 2016, which is a miserable amount for a country with a population of 30 million
The Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has said the banks need to do more to tackle the tracker mortgage scandal.
  Fitch Ratings has upgraded Cyprus’ long-term debt in foreign currency by one notch to ‘BB’, one upgrade short of an investment-grade rating, it announced on Saturday. In a statemen
Fitch Ratings has upgraded Cyprus’s Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to ‘BB’ from ‘BB-‘. KEY RATING DRIVERS The upgrade of Cyprus’s IDRs refl
Around 600 people from the region’s hospitality industry gathered at The Principal Manchester
Mortgage applicants are unable to rely on rent payment history as proof that they can afford a home loan.
Inflation-busting increases are looming for thousands of shops in England, says research firm CVS.
With the economy on an uncertain footing, but inflation crushing wage growth, should rates rise now?
The pound surged against the euro today amid jitters over Catalonia's independence and news that EU member states will start preparing for the second phase of Brexit talks.
The industrial giant also posts a quarterly loss ahead of the unveiling of a restructuring plan.
EU investigators are looking into allegations of a cartel involving BMW and four other German car giants.
Officers are looking into a division of the bank set up to help failing firms, the BBC understands.
Official exchange rate of Azerbaijan’s national currency, the manat, against the US dollar was set at 1.7001 AZN/USD for Oct. 23, the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) said on October 20.
The benchmark share index comes within range of hitting a fresh high, but closes just 0.19 points up.
Two city areas for the construction of skyscrapers will be established in Sofia, in the center of the city the construction will be up to 75 m. This is how the chief architect Zdravko Zdravkov imagine
Environmental pollution takes more lives than wars, natural disasters, hunger, smoking, world news agencies said, quoted by bTV. More than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria put together. Every sixth prem
The industrial giant cuts its profits guidance ahead of the unveiling of a restructuring plan.
A new industrial zone will be built near Sandanski. Its development will depend on the investor's interest, Deputy Minister of Economy Aleksandar Manolev announced on Friday, reports Mediapool.  A mem
A new greenhouse was inaugurated in Timis County this Thursday following an investment of EUR 2.5 million. This is the largest greenhouse in Romania opened in the past 12 years. The greenhouse is loca
Headquartered near Cheetham Hill, Rayburn Trading was founded by Benny Goldman after the end of World War II.
Azercell Telecom LLC, the official presenter of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in Azerbaijan, is pleased to launch the new iPhone 8 smartphone with an attractive campaign for its customers.
Sir Michael Fallon claimed no other industry had as much certainty as shipbuilders on the Clyde.
Azerbaijan will export products worth $13.4 billion next year, according to the forecasts of the Azerbaijani government.
The government generated a fiscal surplus of €82.5m, or 0.5 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP), last year, against a 1.2 per cent deficit in 2015, the statistical service said citing revised fi
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