Book publishing

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(Printer working an early Gutenberg letterpress from the 15th century. (1877 engraving)) Publishing consists in presenting, reproducing, then legally marketing the intellectual production of an author. Publishing, in the broad sense, covers all forms of content production: literary, scientific, musical … Read More

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the book market

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One of the most important economic effects of the current COVID-19 pandemic is the awareness of the importance of supply chains for all products that eventually reach consumers. Supplying both the components needed to manufacture a product and the finished … Read More

MultiMedia, nominated for Achievements Award in the Business and Economy category

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ACHIEVEMENTS FORUM To: Nicolae Sfetcu CEO MultiMedia, Romania   Dear Nicolae Sfetcu, Re: Achievements Forum 2020 (London UK) & official ‘Achievements Project’ I am writing to cordially invite you to attend the Achievements Forum 2020, where I have the pleasure … Read More

Consequences of global warming in economy, health and geopolitics

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Access to the Arctic Ocean A decrease in Arctic polar ice has opened up new trade routes for ships, and would make undersea resources of oil or raw materials accessible, but with adverse consequences for many species, such as plankton … Read More

Human consequences of global warming (1) – Agriculture

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Faced with global warming, the American Academy of Sciences notes, in a 2002 report: “It is important not to adopt a fatalistic attitude in the face of the threats posed by climate change. (…) Societies have had to deal with … Read More

Effects of global warming on Earth geophysics, agriculture and and biodiversity

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Geophysical and seismic effects  (Projections of global mean sea level rise by Parris and others. Probabilities have not been assigned to these projections. Therefore, none of these projections should be interpreted as a “best estimate” of future sea level rise. … Read More

Romanian road hauliers accuse the European Commission of favoring Western countries

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The National Union of Road Hauliers from Romania (UNTR) states that the European Commission applies a double standard in the interpretation of Regulation 561/2006 on the right of truck drivers to spend their weekly rest in the cabs, depending on … Read More

Economy and infrastructure of Bucharest

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(Financial Center Plaza, https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fi%C8%99ier:Financial_Plaza_Bucuresti_1.jpg) Bucharest is the largest economic center of Romania. In 2010 the capital has made about 22.7% of the GDP of Romania and, together with Ilfov county, 25.3% according to specialized institutions, and GDP/inhabitant was with 240% … Read More

VAT for publications in EU member states

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VAT is currently regulated by Council Directive 2006/112/EC of 28 November 2006 on the common system of value added tax (the “VAT Directive”). Under the current rules, Member States may apply a reduced VAT rate to books, periodicals and newspapers … Read More

Macroeconomics

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Macroeconomics is a field of economic sciences. Unlike microeconomics, macroeconomics working with aggregates, investigates the behavior of the economy in general, such as total income or workforce employment, inflation or cyclical fluctuations. Macroeconomics trying to find explanations for these oscillations … Read More

Drama of a city in Romania – The Romanian government no longer pays his employees

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While heavy water plant employees protest in front of the RAAN headquarters despairing that they have not received wages for months for their work, and asks themselves worried how their children will warm during the winter approaching, while other large … Read More

Economics

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Economics (from the Greek οίκος [oikos], ‘home’ and νομος [nomos], ‘leadership’) is a social science that studies the production and sale, trade and consumption of goods and services. According to the definition given by Lionel Robbins in 1932, the economics … Read More

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