La Línea de la Concepción cries out for its uniqueness one month from the abyss of Brexit

Soraya Fernandez The line Updated:11/29/2020 8:57h save Related news La Línea de la Concepción fears, more than any other population in Spain, the impact of Brexi, which will materialize on December 31 and for which there is still no agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU). It is the municipality most affected … Read more

Dividends Will Rebound Globally After Coronavirus Abyss

LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Dividend payments from the world’s largest companies in 2020 will decline by 17.5% -20%, equivalent to about $ 263 billion, as a result of the coronavirus crisis, according to a report released Monday, although it could rebound strongly next year. FILE PHOTO: Sunrise view of Canary Wharf financial district in … Read more

The December bridge, between the fiscal abyss and the mountain of bad debts

Bridges, in their different forms, serve to cross insurmountable obstacles of geography without difficulty. The floor of the economy was opened under our feet in 2020 in the face of the great paralysis of Covid-19, but all kinds of monetary and fiscal viaducts were deployed so that public administrations, banks, companies and homes could overcome … Read more

Uncertainty in the face of the Brexit abyss

Fishing, governance, fair competition. They are the three big areas that hinder progress in the negotiations on the relationship of the United Kingdom and the European Union after Brexit. And less than six weeks before the end of the transition period, on December 31, the uncertainty grows as to whether there is political will to … Read more

Uncertainty in the face of the Brexit abyss

Fishing, governance, fair competition. They are the three main areas that hinder progress in the negotiations on the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union after Brexit. And less than six weeks before the end of the transition period, on December 31, the uncertainty grows as to whether there is political will to … Read more

Uncertainty in the face of the Brexit abyss

Fishing, governance, fair competition. They are the three big areas that hinder progress in the negotiations on the relationship of the United Kingdom and the European Union after Brexit. And less than six weeks before the end of the transition period, on December 31, the uncertainty grows as to whether there is political will to … Read more

The ‘missile’ of the Celaá law puts concerted education on the edge of the abyss

The Ministry of Education, led by Isabel Celaá, advances based on controversy and division towards the approval of the new educational reform that the LOMLOE implies. The so-called ‘Celáa Law’ has opened a gap between public and subsidized and private educational centers, making it clear that the sensitivities regarding the new law and the concept … Read more

The pandemic pushes theaters into the abyss

Movie theaters they go to disgust per week. Every time a ‘major’ production company decides to postpone one of their great releases, their spirits darken. In fact, They no longer have much hope to save the numbers this last quarter of 2020Well, just an overproduction, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, maintains (for the moment) its release date … Read more

Twilight of the seventh art? Cinema looks into the abyss in times of coronavirus

The rooms that are best weathering the crisis are those attached to large chains and also the rooms of an independent nature because they are at the mercy of a usually very loyal audience. Image author: asae studio Among the industries that have suffered the most coronavirus rampages the seventh art is counted without a … Read more

Subsisting in times of pandemic. Film industry begins to play its cards to save itself from the abyss

The covid-19 has caused a paralysis in the sector that keeps millionaire productions on fire JIM LO SCALZOMid-machine cinemas in the United States and the world reopen. The film industry navigates troubled waters as anxiety takes hold of its constituents about what the future holds in the new normal. poscovid-19 while many wonder if they … Read more