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Russian oligarchs lost $93.6 billion in 2022

The wealth of the richest businessmen in Russia has decreased by $93.6 billion since the beginning of 2022. The list of the most impoverished...

Bulgaria refuses long-term contracts with Gazprom

Bulgarian Economy Minister Nikola Stoyanov confirmed that in the long term, Bulgaria refuses to supply natural gas to Gazprom. According to the minister, the government's...

120,000 businesses in Italy may close due to rising electricity prices

The Confederation of Italian entrepreneurs - Confcommercio - said on Thursday that around 120,000 businesses are at risk of closing in the first half...

The Hague will seek exemption from EU sanctions against Russia

The Dutch city of The Hague announced today that it will seek a temporary exemption from European Union sanctions against Russia, BTA reports. Under EU...

Britons to receive up to £6 for every kilowatt-hour of electricity saved

According to the Daily Express - National Grid, the operator of the UK's power grid, plans to encourage residents of the country to reduce...

The US begins trade talks with Taiwan

The US government has announced that it will start negotiations with Taiwan on a trade deal, the Associated Press reports. The information was released by...

Coal fever has gripped Germany: Germans are stocking up on fuel briquettes

Due to the energy crisis, coal fever gripped Germany. More and more households are stocking up with briquettes, which has turned the raw material...

Musk made the largest sale of shares of Tesla because of Twitter

CEO of Tesla Inc. Elon Musk has sold $6.9 billion worth of shares in the Austin, Texas-based electric car maker, saying the proceeds could...

Ankara: TANAP is an alternative to Gazprom for Europe

The press secretary of the President of Turkey, Ibrahim Kalin, said that the Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP/TANAP) could become an alternative to Russian gas...

The war in Ukraine has greatly affected the global brewing industry

Global beer production is expected to decline this year. As Managing Director Peter Hintermeier explains, the world's largest hop producer, Nuremberg-headquartered German company Barthhaas,...

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