Towards the Establishment of the "Haiti-Dominican Republican Binational Arbitration Platform"

Port-au-Princ, Haiti, November 6, 2017: The Chamber of Conciliation and Arbitration of Haiti (CCAH) and El Centro de Resolución Alternativa de Controversias (CRC) of the Dominican Republic, signed on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to improve the business relations between both countries. It is envisioned that the MOU will enable greater dialogue and the exchange of mutual assistance offered to their nationals improving the overall business relations of both countries.

Pittella: Moving beyond the EU-Mercosur agreement, a strategic EU-Latin America alliance is needed to confront our common challenges

Brussels, 6 November 2017
Following a mission in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile to strengthen political ties with progressive sister parties and exchange views on the EU-Mercosur and EU-Chile trade agreements*, the president of the Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament, Gianni Pittella, stated:
"Latin America is a natural partner for Europe because of the history that bonds us, and the common culture and DNA that unites us.

Removal of the VAT de Minimis on E-Commerce items will cost the delivery industry 1 billion euros more, reveals Copenhagen Economics study

Brussels, 6 November 2017

Higher gas demand in 2017 helps lower emissions

Brussels, 6 November 2017 - Gas demand in the EU is expected to increase by 5.9% in 2017 year-on-year and reach 488.9 billion cubic metres, according to the new forecast by Eurogas. This data confirms a steady trend, not only in the weather-dependent heating and cooling sector, but also in power generation and in a new market for gas: transport. Together with renewable gas, natural gas has strong potential to reduce CO2 emissions even further and contribute to long-term decarbonisation.

International Diabetes Federation

Paradise Papers: No more excuses

Berlin, 05.11.2017

The Member of German Parliament and former Vice-Chair of the European Parliament’s Panama Papers Inquiry Committee, Fabio De Masi (DIE LINKE., formerly GUE/NGL) comments on the Paradise Papers published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists:

Ringing the Changes for Success across the Caribbean BPO Sector

Tourists often say one of the Caribbean’s unique selling points, which entice them to come back to the islands again and again, is ‘the people’. Caribbean people are renowned for their warm, approachable and friendly nature and this strength is being utilised in parts of the region to grow the developing call centre industry in which an estimated 55,000 Caribbean people are now employed.

NNWE Urges Government to Take a Stake in New Nuclear Power Plant Projects Following the Industrial Strategy Commission’s Final Report



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