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Cuba expects over four million tourists despite blockade
Minister Manuel MarreroJuly 12, 2019 ET
Cuba expects to close the year with the arrival of 4,300,000 tourists, Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero announced Friday.
Ukrainian parliament ratifies free trade agreement with Israel
Ukrainian parliamentJuly 12, 2019 ET
Ukrainian parliament ratified the international agreement on a free trade zone (FTA) between Ukraine and Israel, information on the official parliament\'s website showed on Thursday.
EU commission proposes $3.4 billion budget for innovation
European Institute of InnovationJuly 12, 2019 ET
The European Commission on Thursday proposed to raise the budget of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) to €3 billion ($3.4 billion).
Trump demands Bitcoin, Facebook's Libra face banking regulations
FacebookJuly 12, 2019 ET
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday criticized Bitcoin, Facebook’s proposed Libra digital coin and other cryptocurrencies and demanded that companies seek a banking charter and make themselves subject to U.S. and global regulations if they wanted to “become a bank.”
Kenya mulls framework to bloc imports that threat local industries
KenyaJuly 12, 2019 ET
Kenya plans to put in place a legal framework to curb imports of goods that threaten local industries, a government official said on Thursday.
Mexico to reduce budget burden by state oil firm Pemex
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez ObradorJuly 12, 2019 ET
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Thursday his government will reduce the federal budget burden taken on by state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex).
Governor Northam announces support for Virginia’s Blackjewel workers
Kentucky miners employed by BlackjewelJuly 11, 2019 ET
Governor Northam announced additional support programs for former employees of Blackjewel, a West Virginia-based a coal mining operation that abruptly declared bankruptcy on July 1.
Polish ministry plans free medication for pregnant women
Jozefa Szczurek-ZelazkoJuly 11, 2019 ET
Pregnant women will be eligible for free medication under a new pro-family programme being readied by the Polish government, the country’s health ministry has said.
Russia lifts ban on rail transit of sanctioned EU products
Russian borderJuly 11, 2019 ET
Russia has lifted the ban on transit traffic for a range of products that were previously sanctioned, including agricultural products and foodstuffs.
138 million euros in Bavarian investments coming to Hungary
Péter SzijjártóJuly 11, 2019 ET
“Bavarian enterprises are preparing to invest 45 billion forints (EUR 138 million) in Hungary in the short term”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in a telephone statement to Hungarian news agency MTI from Munich, where he held talks with the leaders of Bavarian companies.
Switzerland signs post-Brexit security cooperation deal with UK
Justice Minister Karin Keller-SutterJuly 11, 2019 ET
Switzerland said it had agreed with Britain to maintain the flow of information on organized crime and terrorism even if Brexit begins without a deal with the European Union (EU).
Japan denies imposing South Korean trade embargo
South Korean Ambassador Paik Ji-ahJuly 11, 2019 ET
Japan denied imposing a trade embargo on South Korea.
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