- Apple stores in the US remain closed until early MayAdministrator • 2020-04-04 06:30:04US tech giant Apple (Apple) stores in the US will remain closed until early May because of the coronavirus pandemic, Bloomberg agency said, which cited a work document.
- Sweden's central bank ready for new anti-crisis measuresAdministrator • 2020-04-04 05:30:16The Swedish central bank is ready to take further measures if this is necessary to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Eurozone business activity in March hits historic lowsAdministrator • 2020-04-04 05:30:04Business activity in the 19 eurozone countries fell record in March to a historic minimum, according to a survey by ISH Markit (IHS Markit) announced today, quoted by the French Press.
- Germany to accept seasonal workers from Bulgaria despite crisisAdministrator • 2020-04-04 04:30:16At the height of the crisis, Germany will still accept seasonal workers from Eastern Europe, for harvesting, but under strict rules.
- Temenuzhka Petkova: The money is not Bulgargaz's, it's the people's, let's return itAdministrator • 2020-04-04 03:30:17Second hour continues the meeting of the Energy Committee, which examines the possibility of introducing a mechanism for reimbursement under contracts concluded between the public supplier Bulgargaz and its customers, BNR reports.
- Double the number of signals for incorrect employersAdministrator • 2020-04-04 02:30:16Nearly 600 signals from citizens have entered the Labour Inspectorate since the start of the state of emergency so far. This is a growth of almost 50% in signals usually received over an identical period. Most of them are about labour pay — about 1/3 of all signals. Following are signals related to termination of the employment relationship.
- China releases for economy $56bnAdministrator • 2020-04-04 01:30:16China's central bank announced today that it is reducing the amounts small and medium-sized banks should hold as reserves. Thus, some 400 billion yuan ($56.38 billion) will be released for use in economic turnover, Reuters reported.
- Lemons, garlic and ginger have priced the most, CNSB study showsAdministrator • 2020-04-04 00:30:17Lemons, garlic and ginger have ripped up the most because of the coronavirus, an express study by the KNSB shows. Their experts did so between March 1 — April 1, 2020.