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Supply Of Covid-19 Vaccine Under Global Program Higher Then Demand First The Time Since Pandemic

The global effort to exchange Covid-19 vaccinations is failing to put more than 300 million doses, indicating that the problem with global vaccination is now more about demand than availability.   Last year, affluent nations snatched up the majority of available vaccines to inoculate their...

Nord Stream 2 Sanction And Political Risks

The pipeline could be a pressure point? One can expect to see the gas transportation process from Russia to Germany through the “Nord Stream 2 pipeline” getting approval by mid-2022, reported stated one of the banker’s chief executives involved in financing the project.   The above mentioned...

Wales to experiment with paying young people $2,000 basic income

Welsh residents who turn 18 will be receiving £1,600 each a month for two years as part of an experiment in basic income payments. Authorities hope it will help support the most vulnerable population. All Welsh residents who turn 18 within 12 months will be able to take part in the basic income...

Romance scammers steal over $139M in cryptocurrency in 2021

According to a U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) report, romance scammers stole $547 million from victims in 2021. According to a new report from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), romance scammers stole a total of $139 million in cryptocurrency last year. In all, they defrauded victims of...

UNESCO: 10M creative industry workers lost their jobs during the pandemic

UNESCO conducted a study on the state of the creative industries during the pandemic. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic will result in the loss of 10 million jobs in creative industries around the world, The Guardian reports, citing a report by UNESCO. The organization calls the current cultural...

U.S. prosecutors seize a record $5B worth of bitcoins

The U.S. Justice Department reported a record seizure of bitcoins worth $5 billion. The cryptocurrency was stolen in 2016. Then, hackers hacked the Bitfinex cryptocurrency exchange and stole 120,000 bitcoins. The U.S. Department of Justice conducted the largest cryptocurrency seizure in history -...

UK energy authority to raise energy price threshold for consumers

UK energy authority Ofgem will raise the price threshold for gas and electricity for consumers from April 1 due to a sharp increase in global natural gas prices, the organization said. The energy price threshold in Britain is set by the authority twice a year for the summer (April to September) and...

Bloomberg: US is discussing possible increase in gas production

According to Bloomberg, which cited sources, the US and Qatar, as well as Nigeria, Egypt, and Libya, are exploring the prospect of expanding gas supply in the event that Ukraine destabilizes. "In addition, the White House is in discussions with gas producers such as Qatar, Nigeria, Egypt, and Libya...

Financial watchdog urges El Salvador to abandon Bitcoin as legal tender

The International Monetary Fund's board of directors has urged El Salvador to reject Bitcoin as legal cash. The fund's board of directors highlighted the legal status of Bitcoin in the country as a major impediment to the $1.3 billion loan. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) board of directors,...

International charities call on World Bank to unfreeze money for Afghanistan

The World Bank is being urged to unblock monies from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund. The World Bank (WB) and its key shareholders have been urged to unfreeze the $1.2 billion Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund by Afghan charities. According to The Financial Times, the money are...
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