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EU approves €12 billion German umbrella scheme to compensate companies for damages due to outbreak

January 25, 2021
The European Commission has found a €12 billion German umbrella scheme (final part of the Novemberhilfe package) to compensate companies for damages suffered due to restrictive measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak to be in line with EU State aid rules.

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Italy to take legal action over COVID vaccine delays to get promised doses

EU approves €12 billion German umbrella scheme to compensate companies for damages due to outbreak


Italy to take legal action over COVID vaccine delays to get promised doses

January 25, 2021
Italy will take legal action against Pfizer Inc and AstraZeneca over delays in deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines to secure agreed supplies rather than seek damages, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Sunday.

Kuwait emir appoints Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled as PM

January 24, 2021
Kuwait's emir signed a decree Sunday appointing Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah as Prime Minister and assigned him to form a government.

Turkey halts flights from Brazil due to new COVID-19 variant

January 23, 2021
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said that Turkey has temporarily halted flights from Brazil due to the rise in the more infectious COVID-19 variant, Trend reports citing Daily Sabah.

Norway launches strict lockdown through March 12 to fight mutated coronavirus outbreak

January 23, 2021
Norway is introducing strict infection control measures in the neighboring municipalities of Nordre Follo and nine other municipalities, following an outbreak of the mutated coronavirus.

UK launches £794 million investment to boost rail links in north and south

January 23, 2021
A £794 million investment package to reopen 2 important rail routes closed more than 50 years ago has been announced by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.

Belgium to ban non-essential travel starting from January 27

January 23, 2021
Belgium will start to ban non-essential travel from or to the country starting on January 27, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced Friday.

UK sets $1.37 billion for COVID financial firm collapses

January 23, 2021
Britain’s scheme for compensating consumers hit by financial company failures has set itself a billion-pound ($1.37 billion) budget for the coming year to cope with a likely surge in collapses due to COVID-19.

Biden signs executive orders to expand food stamps, raise federal pay

January 23, 2021
U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday signed two executive orders, one to expand food assistance to low-income Americans, and the other to raise minimum wage to 15 U.S. dollars for federal employees.

New York: New competitive program to retain existing renewable energy resources

January 22, 2021
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of a new large-scale renewable energy procurement program.
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