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Euro-LP reageer op die aanval Alan Duncan se ondersoek Europese Kommissie na moontlike olieprys rigging

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olieprysEuro-LP, Arlene McCarthy, ondervoorsitter van die Europese parlement se komitee vir ekonomiese en monetêre sake en teken van die wet op die markmisbruik: "Die Europese Kommissie is verplig om ondersoek in te stel wanneer 'n klag ingedien word; hulle doen bloot hul werk. Die feit dat manipulasie van finansiële markte vir ons geen verrassing is nie. '

 "Ons het reeds gesien dat die Libor rentekoers rigging skandaal en gas mark manipulasie. Een van die voorste oliemaatskappye, Total het hulself aangedui dat misbruik en manipulasie het plaasgevind. Die Kommissie is eenvoudig te oefen due diligence. "

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 Arlene bygevoeg: "Aksie is lankal. Prys agentskappe verskaf belangrike inligting aan die oliemark wat op sy beurt het 'n impak op die prys van petrol by die pomp. Hierdie agentskappe werk in 'n ongereguleerde ruimte met geen toesig. Hulle het ook 'n botsing van belange as hul kliënte is diegene wat hulle die inligting verskaf word. "

 'Die Minister van Ontwikkeling toon 'n treurige onkunde oor Europa en sy prosedures. Hy tree beslis nie in die belang van verbruikers op nie. As verbruikers betaal ons steeds meer op die pomp terwyl oliemaatskappye groot winste maak. In April vanjaar BP wins Meer as verdriedubbel tot £ 10.7bn. "

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Die kommissie stel 'n pad na die digitale dekade voor om die digitale transformasie van die EU teen 2030 te bewerkstellig

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On 15 September, the Commission proposed a Path to the Digital Decade, a concrete plan to achieve the digital transformation of our society and economy by 2030. The proposed Path to the Digital Decade will translate the EUʼs digital ambitions for 2030 into a concrete delivery mechanism. It will set up a governance framework based on an annual cooperation mechanism with Member States to reach the 2030 Digital Decade targets at Union level in the areas of digital skills, digital infrastructures, digitalisation of businesses and public services. It also aims to identify and implement large-scale digital projects involving the Commission and the Member States. The pandemic highlighted the central role that digital technology plays in building a sustainable and prosperous future. In particular, the crisis exposed a divide between digitally apt businesses and those yet to adopt digital solutions, and highlighted the gap between well-connected urban, rural and remote areas. Digitalisation offers many new opportunities on the European marketplace, where more than 500,000 vacancies for cybersecurity and data experts remained unfilled in 2020. In line with European values, the Path to the Digital Decade should reinforce our digital leadership and promote human centred and sustainable digital policies empowering citizens and businesses. More information is available in this persverklaring, Q & A en inligtingsblad. President von der Leyen's State of the Union Address is also available aanlyn.

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EIB versterk die wêreldwye ontwikkelingsfokus en ondersteun nuwe finansiering van € 4.8 miljard vir energie, vervoer, COVID -entstowwe en besigheidsinvestering

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The Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved plans to strengthen its global development engagement. It also approved €4.8 billion of new financing for 24 projects to support climate action, COVID vaccines and economic resilience, sustainable transport and education.

“In June the Council of Ministers asked the EU Bank to enhance its contribution to the Union’s development efforts through dedicated strategies, stronger presence on the ground globally, and better co-ordination with partners in a genuine Team Europe approach. Today we responded to the Council’s call by proposing the creation of a branch of the EIB focused on development finance, and the Board endorsed this proposal. As a result, the EU Bank will be able to make a stronger contribution to boosting Europe’s strategic autonomy, by placing more experts on the ground, and be a more effective partner for other multilateral and national development banks. And we will be in a better position to pursue our global ambition in terms of the fight against climate change,” said EIB President Werner Hoyer.

Strengthening EIB’s development impact

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The EIB Board of Directors approved the bank’s proposal to set up a development branch to increase the impact of its activities outside the European Union. It underpins the EIB’s response to the call for action expressed in the 'Council conclusions on the enhanced European financial architecture for development (2021)' adopted on 14 June 2021. Through its development branch, the EIB will reorganise its activities outside the European Union and increase its presence on the ground, developing more targeted strategies and services in close cooperation with partners.

The bank will reinforce representations outside the EU and create a number of regional hubs, intensifying complementarity and cooperation with Multilateral Development Banks, national Development Finance Institutions and local partners, in a Team Europe approach. The hubs will focus on thematic sectors, product competences and services that respond to the needs of the region in which they are located. The first regional hub, strengthening EIB work in East Africa, will be located in Nairobi.

A new advisory group will advise the EIB for its operations outside the European Union. It will include

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EU development policy makers nominated by the Member States, the European Commission and the EEAS.

€2.2bn for climate action, clean energy and energy efficient homes

The EIB agreed new financing to increase wind and solar energy generation in Spain and Portugal, upgrade national energy networks in Poland and improve energy efficiency and cut heating bills in Hungary and Finland.

Targeted financing schemes to accelerate investment in small scale renewable energy and climate action projects in Austria and Poland, and across Latin America and Africa were also approved.

€647 million for COVID vaccine deployment, health and education

Building on the European Investment Bank’s backing for COVID vaccine development and deployment new programmes to finance purchase of COVID-19 vaccines for distribution in Argentina and across South Asia, including Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives were confirmed.

The Board decided to support  the expansion of long-term care for disabled patients in the Netherlands, the roll-out of digital learning technology in primary and secondary schools and upgrading scientific research in Croatia was also agreed.

€752m for sustainable urban, regional, air and maritime transport

Tram passengers in the Slovak city of Košice and commuters in the Polish cities of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot, and across Moldova, will benefit from new EIB backed investment to modernize and improve transport links.

The Italian ports of Genoa and Savona will receive EIB financing to upgrade rail access and better protect the ports from flooding and more extreme weather through the construction of a new breakwater.

The EIB also agreed to finance the replacement and upgrade of air traffic control and navigation equipment to maintain safety and security standards in Hungarian airspace.

€500m for private sector investment and COVID-19 economic resilience

The EIB board also approved new financing programmes managed by local banking and investment partners to support investment by businesses across Spain, Poland and South East Asia facing COVID-19 challenges.

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Die Europese Investment Bank (EIB) is die lang termyn uitleen instelling van die Europese Unie in besit van die lid-State. Dit maak die langtermyn finansiering beskikbaar vir 'n goeie belegging ten einde by te dra tot die EU beleid doelwitte. Oorsig van projekte wat deur die EIB-raad goedgekeur is.

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Die Master in Management -program van GSOM SPbU het onder die top 25 van die toonaangewende FT Global Masters in Management 2021 gelys

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Die Master in Management (MiM) -program van die Graduate School of Management van die Universiteit van St. Petersburg (GSOM SPbU) was op die 25ste plek onder die top 100 meestersprogramme ter wêreld Volgens die Financial Times. GSOM SPbU is steeds die enigste Russiese skool wat in hierdie posisie verteenwoordig word. 

In 2013 het die Master in Management -program die Financial Times vir die eerste keer op die 65ste plek in die lys van die beste programme. Die MiM -program het die afgelope agt jaar daarin geslaag om sy posisie te verbeter en in die posisie van 40 lyne te styg, danksy die uniekheid van opvoedkundige inhoud en die ondersteuning van alumni en korporatiewe vennote.

“Die hoë posisie in die FT Die posisie van die Master in Management -program is die gevolg van die daaglikse werk van baie afdelings, die ondersteuning van vennote en die bydrae van elke onderwyser wat aan die program werk. Ons is natuurlik verheug oor die nuwe behaalde resultaat, wat die program op 'n spesiale plek plaas, nie net op die Russiese mark vir sakeonderwys nie, maar ook in die wêreldwye. Maar vir ons is dit in die eerste plek 'n aanduiding dat ons op die regte pad is, wat beteken dat ons moet voortgaan om voortdurend te werk aan die geleerde dissiplines, studente -ondersteuning, verdere ontwikkeling van die internasionale omgewing, versterking van samewerking met werkgewers, insluitend met maatskappye wat lede van die GSOM -adviesraad is. Ek wens almal wat by die skepping en ontwikkeling van die program betrokke is, opreg geluk, en ek wens studente en alumni geluk, en ek hoop dat ons sal voortgaan om saam te werk; ons sal nuwe hoë resultate behaal! ” gesê Yulia Aray, medeprofessor, Departement Strategiese en Internasionale Bestuur, Akademiese Direkteur van Master in Management -program.

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Die akademiese vennote van GSOM SPbU - Swiss University of St. Gallen en die Higher Commercial School of Paris het die eerste en tweede plek behaal in die Global Masters in Management 2021 -posisie. Ander akademiese vennote van GSOM SPbU het die volgende aangeneem: Business School, Universiteit van Mannheim (Duitsland), het 'n 24ste posisie; Indian Institute of Management (Ahmedabad) is op die 26ste lyn.

Die Financial Times Die lys bevat 100 opvoedkundige programme. Die publikasie stel 'n ranglys saam op grond van 'n ontleding van data wat van sakeskole ontvang is en anonieme kommentaar deur alumni. Slegs sakeskole met ten minste een van die internasionale akkreditasies: AACSB en EQUIS kan aan die posisie deelneem. 'N Totaal van 17 kriteria word in ag geneem: die tempo van salarisgroei oor drie jaar, loopbaangroei, ondersteuning vir 'n sakeskool in loopbaanontwikkeling, die persentasie alumni wat drie maande na die gradeplegtigheid werk gekry het, die aantal buitelandse onderwysers en ander. En natuurlik is een van die belangrikste aanwysers die gemiddelde salaris van alumni drie jaar na die gradeplegtigheid - by GSOM SPbU is dit meer as $ 70,000 per jaar.

Die ranglys van die internasionale sakekoerant Financial Times (FT) gepubliseer in meer as 20 lande. Dit is 'n algemeen aanvaarde aanduiding van die kwaliteit van 'n sakeskool of 'n individuele program.

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GSOM SPbU is 'n toonaangewende Russiese sakeskool. Dit is in 1993 gestig aan die Universiteit van St Petersburg, wat een van die oudste klassieke universiteite is, en die grootste sentrum van wetenskap, opvoeding en kultuur in Rusland. Vandag is GSOM SPbU die enigste Russiese sakeskool wat opgeneem is in die top-100 beste Europese skole in die Financial Times-posisie en het twee gesogte internasionale akkreditasies: AMBA en EQUIS. Die GSOM -adviesraad bevat leiers uit die sakewêreld, die regering en die internasionale akademiese gemeenskap.

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