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Large Section Of Citizens Unhappy With Public Services & Benefits: OECD Survey

A new OECD survey, “Risks that Matter”, has revealed that there is not enough public services and social benefits and they are also inaccessible, many people in the OECD countries believe. And compared to the taxes that they pay, about half of the people surveyed complained that they do not get...

Largest companies reveal volumes of plastic produced by them

More than 30 companies in the world — manufacturers of food, consumer goods, packaging, retailers, and others — for the first time disclosed information on how much plastic they produce annually. More than 120 companies pledged to reduce plastic production as part of the Ellen MacArthur...

US Warning To Germany About Intelligence Sharing Over Huawei Ban

Following a number of back door requests and persuasion about not allowing Chinese tech firm Huawei doing any business in Germany, United States now has openly issued an ultimatum to its known ally. The US has warned German authorities that it would reduce the amount in critical; intelligence that...

Mercer reveals the world’s safest cities

Mercer consulting company has published a new rating of the world cities in terms of comfortable living. For the tenth year in a row, Vienna has been ranking first in the list. Analysts of Mercer consulting company compared almost 500 cities around the world using several dozen criteria, including...

No vaccinations, no school: Italy’s new law

Italy adopted a new law amid lower level of population vaccination and a new outbreak of measles. The law obliges parents to provide children with a mandatory set of vaccinations. Kindergartens in Italy now have the full right - and some have already taken advantage of it - not to accept...

Why the new Aachen Treaty cannot save France-Germany relation

Speaking at the signing of the Aachen Treaty, Angela Merkel dwelt in some detail on the fact that the new version will help the parties better understand each other. At the same time, she added that it will require a lot of work. Chancellor Merkel knew very well what she was talking about. Berlin...

The Netherlands and France are arguing over Air France-KLM

The French government did not appreciate purchase of a large stake in the airline by the Netherlands authorities. A diplomatic conflict is brewing between Amsterdam and Paris due to the desire of both countries to "respect national interests" when making decisions with regards to Air France-KLM....

Study: 6 of the 10 healthiest nations of the planet live in Europe

According to Bloomberg, the healthiest nation is the Spaniards. The United States ranks 35th in the ranking. Spain surpassed Italy and ranked first in the ranking of the healthiest countries in the world Bloomberg Healthiest Country Index 2019. In the past, the rankings, which was compiled in 2017,...

Countries On Huawei Technology Systems Won’t Be On U.S. Partner List

Pompeo of the U.S. cited security reasons to highlight the risk involved in using Huawei systems and announced the requirement for countries to end up the U.S. partner list. Last week, the “Secretary of State”, in the U.S., Mike Pompeo’s statement gave out a warning that the United States will not...

RAPEX: Europeans are wary of children's toys

Even such seemingly innocent objects like children's toys can be dangerous. This is evidenced by the data of RAPEX (Rapid Exchange of Information System), a system of prompt notification of hazardous consumer goods, operating in all EU countries. It allows control authorities to exchange...
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