The UK Government has agreed to support supermarkets in supplying shops in Northern Ireland. The special status of Northern Ireland under the Brexit treaty concluded by the United Kingdom with the European Union threatens to cause problems. Supermarkets have problems adapting to the new processes and changed procedures.
The major French supermarket chain Carrefour is interested in a takeover by the Canadian retail company Alimentation Couche-Tard. The two sides are conducting exploratory talks on this and it is not certain that a deal will be made.
The South Korean car company Hyundai continued its advance on Monday. The company continued to benefit from reports of possible collaboration with the American technology company Apple. The stock exchange meters in the Asian region showed a mixed picture. Investors took back some gas after the strong first week of the New Year and processed the disappointing US job report. President-elect Joe...
According to the Eurostat statistical office, sales of car fuel clearly decreased because people started working in large numbers from home and living much more at home. The sale of clothing and footwear also fell sharply due to mandatory shop closures.
Due to the recent outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Ireland means of transport for poultry meat, such as poultry or eggs, that are blank, to return or to come out of Ireland immediately after their arrival in the Netherlands for a second cleaning and disinfection (R&D) are treated.
Ireland is going to allow travel from the United Kingdom again, but wants travellers entering the country to be tested more strictly. That’s what the Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Friday.
The growth of China’s large industry in December was slightly less than a month earlier. Also in the services sector of the second world economy, growth this month was somewhat less strong.
Social media company Facebook has shut down a few Irish departments. Those parts were used in fiscal constructions that allowed Facebook to pay less tax.