Tag: Global economy

22
Sep

The CETA agreement comes into force.

The European Union and Canada are beginning to reduce and abolish import tariffs on thousands of goods. The CETA trade agreement, which was negotiated for almost eight years, is partially due to take effect.

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13
Sep

Enlargement of the euro area.

Reform and enlargement of the euro zone and the European Commission‘s speech of Jean Claude Juncker in the EP were the main topics of the meeting.

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09
Sep

The European Union is worth joining. Andrzej Duda praises the EU at the Forum in Krynica.

President Andrzej Duda delivered a prounctive speech in Krynica. – It is worth joining the European Union, the European Union for the vast majority of Poles is a great value – he said at the opening of the Economic Forum.

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31
Aug

Polish companies have a chance to expand in Central Europe.

The idea of ​​Three Seas is a chance for expansion of Polish business. Only those companies that are able to obtain funding will use it.

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26
Aug

Balkan countries want to join the EU and tighten their co-operation.

Prime Ministers of the Western Balkans countries have agreed on a roadmap to deepen regional economic cooperation on Saturday. This is to be part of the process of integrating the countries of the region with the European Union.

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06
Aug

Dividend and share repurchase – returning cash to the company’s owners.

The beginning of the 21-st century has brought about profound and lasting changes in the architecture of the global economy. One of the symptoms is the growing pressure on the part of investors/shareholders for a regular, high return of cash to company owners. At least five important causes of this situation may be listed:

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22
Jul

The importance of new types of services for world trade.

Apart from macroeconomic and global factors, microeconomic conditions play an important part within these deep structural changes, compelling us to review various theoretical and practical issues related to enterprise competitiveness and enterprise development strategies.

New types of services have a key meaning in the knowledge-based economy. The new services are characterized by a new form of delivery to the recipient as well as by different ways of service management. What is also new here is the degree of intangibility. These services are heterogenic in nature. Literature in this field lists many different, ofter conflicting or controversial methods of classification.

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