Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Europe Business

Ford to cut 5000 jobs in Germany

Carmaker Ford wants to reduce more than 5000 jobs in Germany. The workforce was informed on Friday, a spokeswoman said. The job cuts should therefore be achieved through severance payments and early retirement, operational redundancies wanted to avoid. The group...

Facebook breakdown brings ‘Telegram’ three million new users

Russian social media platform Telegram founder Pawel Durow proudly released the growth figures of his chat service over the past 24 hours. Durow has more than three million new users worldwide, according to Durow. The reason for the high...

Huawei plans to open first smartphone store in Austria

Huawei plans to open its first major smartphone store in Vienna, the first of its kind outside of China, as part of efforts to triumph the European market, where its future is facing a difficult test. The world's largest telecom...

Brexit exit effect: Honda to close plant in UK

Honda car factory in Swindon, UK, is threatening closure. According to a report, the Japanese carmaker plans to give up the plant with around 3,500 jobs. The plans are expected to be announced in the near future. They would be...

Brexit exit emitting effects, Flybmi announces bankruptcy

Brexit exit has started emitting the effects on UK economy. The British regional airline Flybmi has announced bankruptcy on Saturday night on its website. All flights were canceled with immediate effect. Flybmi customers were asked to contact Flybmi's credit card...

UK automobile industry is in Red Alert

UK, car production has already collapsed ahead of the industry's dreaded Brexit. The number of vehicles produced in the last year by 9.1 percent to 1.52 million, said the industry association SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) on...

Iran’s Mahan Air no longer allowed to fly Germany

The Iranian airline Mahan Air loses its operating license in Germany. justified the move with security concerns, but also as a sanction for the alleged military use of the aircraft.   Mahan Air flies in Germany so far Dusseldorf and since...

Hackers attack German SMEs

Sometimes it's just a single email, derived from a criminal sender. Disguised as a photograph of the Christmas party, an attachment hangs on it, which an unsuspecting employee opens - and the office computer may say next: "Sorry, your...

Austria to impose taxes on Internet giants

Including Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon to face Austrian taxes Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz said on Saturday that his country would impose taxes on Internet...

Czech PM announces ban on Huawei mobile phones? Government issued clarification

Earlier media reports said that Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babis announced that he had ordered the ban on use of Huawei mobile phones by government office personnel, which was related to the warning of the Czech National Network and...

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US Senate approves Trump trial rules

The US Senate approved early Wednesday morning the rules for the trial of President Donald Trump, and this included...

North Korea shuts the borders for tourists to prevent Corona virus

North Korea has taken measures to tackle the pneumonia caused by the Corona virus, which broke out in Wuhan, central China. The North Korean newspaper...

Corona virus deaths rose to nine: CNHC restricts Wuhan residents from leaving the city

The China National Health Commission today called on Wuhan residents restricted to the city and reduce public meetings to prevent corona virus outbreaks. The government...

Corona Virus: Canada enhances infection control measures

Canadian hospitals and airports are putting in place enhanced infection-control measures as they prepare for the possible arrival of Corona virus that China confirmed...

Facebook plans 1000 new jobs

In view of the increase in hate and false messages, the online service Facebook has announced that it will create 1,000 new jobs in...