The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has had a catastrophic effect on many industries around the world, especially the travel and hospitality industry. However, some industries are actually experiencing surprising growth either directly or indirectly due to the corona crisis. We will have a look at a few of these industries that appear, at least temporarily, to be the winners of the pandemic.
MINISTER OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Mika Lintilä (Centre) on Thursday announced the Finnish government has decided to allocate nearly one billion euros for a new industry-independent subsidy for businesses affected negatively by the coronavirus pandemic.
The subsidy will be a minimum of 2,000 euros and a maximum of 100,000–200,000 euros per business.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a war between human beings and the virus. At this special moment when countries must fight together for a shared future, the media is not only a disseminator of information, but also a major participant.
As the world begins to modify lockdown restrictions, Finnair has been working hard to develop a new look, post-coronavirus network. Having reduced operations from our usual capacity in April, we plan to start operating services to key cities throughout Europe and Asia from July 1.
European Union leaders have agreed to prepare a recovery fund to help its member states salvage their economies, which have been hit hard by the the COVID-19 pandemic, but details of the plan have yet to be worked out.
Bloomberg reported that the findings align with the initial results released in early 2019. More than 2,000 unemployed people aged 25 to 58 were randomly selected and given a monthly stipend of 560 euros (or $600).
The promotion and preparation efforts for the third edition of the China International Import Expo has not be affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak as staff resumed work online in early February, according to the CIIE bureau.
After two months of complete isolation of Central China's Hubei Province, especially its capital Wuhan, authorities announced on Tuesday to lift outbound travel restrictions on cities excluding Wuhan beginning Wednesday and to end the lockdown of one of the most virus-stricken cities on April 8, signaling that the domestic battle against the deadly coronavirus will score victory.
BRUSSELS, March 2 (Xinhua) -- The risk for people in Europe to be infected with the COVID-19 was leveled up by the European Center for Disease Prevention Control (ECDC) on Monday, but the European Union (EU) insisted not to close the borders between its member states.
The novel coronavirus epidemic is not a pandemic, and the World Health Organization (WHO) will not raise its risk assessment in the global context, said the UN health body at a Monday press conference held in Geneva, Switzerland.