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Living longer with HIV: EU must do more to improve the well-being of people with HIV

Brussels, 26 November 2019: HIV Outcomes will today launch a Call to Action urging European policymakers to ensure that long-term health outcomes and the quality of life of people with HIV are high on the political agenda. At a roundtable event in the European Parliament, Members of European Parliament, the European Commission, European experts, patients and clinicians will discuss key findings from a new report, which highlights the unaddressed long-term needs of people living with HIV in Europe.

Greenway: the new CITA full Member

From 2019 all kind of vehicle registered in Georgia were obliged to pass through tech inspection. Until the law come into force, Greenway took part in state tender and won it.
 
Now Greenway is one of the biggest tech inspection company of Georgia: the company owns 26 service Centers all over the country (51 lines), and 3 mobile lines for high mountain regions. Greenway employed 341 person. They already carried out tech inspection to more then 250 000 vehicle, providing also ACMT and ADR inspection.

EU Agricultural Machinery demonstrates successful measures to tackle climate change

EkoTech project: Innovative agricultural machinery enhances fuel savings of up to 40%
 

GIGAEurope announced at Cable Congress 2019

Berlin, 13 November 2019: On the opening morning of Cable Congress 2019 in Berlin, Europe’s leading independent private telecoms companies announced the creation of a new industry association named GIGAEurope. Built on the foundations of Cable Europe, the association’s founding members include leading converged video, broadband and communications companies Liberty Global, Vodafone and Telenet.
 

New industry association GIGAEurope created to champion importance of connectivity to Europe

Berlin, 13 November 2019: Europe’s leading independent private telecoms companies have today announced the creation of a new industry association named GIGAEurope. Built on the foundations of Cable Europe, the association will promote the industry’s interests, and in the longer term become an umbrella organization for a broad section of the connectivity industry.
 

EU cable market sees revenue growth despite industry change and competition

Berlin 14 November 2019: The European Union cable industry continues to grow despite convergence and disruption in the sector, with total cable revenues increasing by 3% to €24 billion in 2018, according to IHS statistics released today at Cable Congress 2019 in Berlin, the annual conference organised by the industry’s trade association, Cable Europe.
 

Cable Europe Fellow Award 2019 winner is Telenet’s Hans Ooms

Berlin, 14 November 2019: Cable Europe Fellow Award 2019 winner is Hans Ooms, Director Build, Delivery Network Capacity & Upgrades at Telenet.
 
Each year at Cable Congress, the Cable Europe Fellow Award is presented to an employee within the industry who has made a positive contribution deserving of recognition. It celebrates operational achievements outside of the boardroom, achievements that make the business a reality.

Jenny Gu elected President of ACCA

Diversity and inclusion tops agenda for first woman from China to head global accountants’ body

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has elected the first-ever female member from China to serve as its President.

Jenny Gu will head the organisation, which has more than 219,000 members and 527,000 students across 179 countries, after ACCA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) in London confirmed her appointment on the 21 November 2019.

Hospice boss becomes ACCA’s deputy president

Mark Millar steps into new post at global accountants’ body

The chief executive of St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich is taking on a leading role at a professional body which represents more than 200,000 accountants from all over the world.

Mark Millar was named the new deputy president of ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in London on the 21 November.

Mr Millar will continue with his work at the hospice which has cared for terminally ill people from Suffolk, as well as their families, since 1988.

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