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The Wider Image: Visiting Santa in Lapland

At Santa Claus’ Lapland home in Finland, his helpers sort out piles of letters from around the world, each detailing children’s requests for this Christmas.

In English, Italian or other languages, youngsters’ handwriting adorn the envelopes addressed to Father Christmas, some decorated with colourful hearts and stars.

The Wider Image: Visiting Santa in Lapland

Letters from around the world are stored at the Santa Claus’ Post Office in the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland

As the holiday nears, every day is busy for Santa’s team in Rovaniemi, which calls itself his official hometown, near the Arctic Circle.

“Santa Claus is getting more and more popular, he receives about half a million letters every year from all around the world,” Elina, who works as a postal elf, said.

“We are busy here in Santa Claus’ main post office at the Arctic Circle to help him open all the letters and get all the wishes ready for Christmas.”

A board in the post office says Santa can get some 32,000 letters a day at Christmas time. Last year, around 500,000 letters arrived. China, Poland, Italy, Britain, Finland, Japan and Russia top the list of senders.

The Wider Image: Visiting Santa in Lapland

Santa Claus talks to Eloise and Noah Seymour from England at Santa Claus’ Village in the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland

Thousands of visitors come to see the Rovaniemi Santa attraction each year ahead of Christmas, meeting the man himself, his reindeer and enjoying the magical scenery.

With just a few hours of light at this time of year, they make the most of sleigh rides among the snow-covered trees during the day.

The Wider Image: Visiting Santa in Lapland

Lapland tourism is a rare bright spot in Finnish economy, which is struggling to recover from a long stagnation. Traveling to Lapland increased 10 percent from January to October to more than 2 million overnight stays, and the number is expected to hit a new record in the full year.

The Wider Image: Visiting Santa in Lapland

“Another year is coming to its end and it has been a turbulent year with many big problems but also many very good things,” Santa said in his Christmas message.

“Now as Christmas is coming close, reach out for those who need a helping hand, do it with compassion – that’s the real Christmas spirit.”

Originally reported by Reuters

WISHING ALL OUR READERS AND YOUR FAMILIES A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS – MAY THE HOLIDAYS BE FILLED WITH LOVE, JOY & LAUGHTER !!

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Four of the world’s top carmakers have agreed to invest in thousands of fast-charging sites across Europe to boost mainstream acceptance of electric cars, the companies said on Tuesday.

Spurred by the success of U.S. rival Tesla, which has received huge pre-orders for its Model 3 car, German rivals Volkswagen, Daimler’s Mercedes, BMW an Ford Motor Co’s European division have entered a joint venture to develop 400 charging stations.

Overcoming “range anxiety,” the fear of running out of power before reaching a charging station, is key to widespread consumer acceptance of electric vehicles, which so far have filled only a niche market.

Figures on the total investment were not released.

A memorandum of understanding for the JV was reached late last week.

Government regulators have also been pushing electric vehicle infrastructure projects.

In the United States, it remains to be seen how an administration of Donald Trump will embrace such projects. The White House earlier this month, and a week before the presidential election, announced efforts to spur development of EV charging infrastructure.

After the German government agreed to help the auto industry with electric car subsidies, pressure has built for Germany’s carmakers to accelerate the development and rollout of electric car infrastructure.

German Economics Minister Sigmar Gabriel, a potential challenger to Angela Merkel in 2017, has called for Germany to become a leader in electric vehicle technology.

Electric vehicle infrastructure will also get a boost from Volkswagen’s diesel emissions settlement, which calls for investment in EVs, and Daimler recently announced investing 10 billion euros ($11 billion) in EVs.

Scarce charging points, as well as higher prices for electric cars compared with combustion models, have stifled mass-market demand despite sales incentives that often include government assistance.

“The availability of high-power stations allows long-distance electric mobility for the first time and will convince more and more customers to opt for an electric vehicle,” Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said.

A goal is to make charging an electric vehicle as convenient as refuelling at conventional gas stations, the automakers said in a statement issued on Tuesday.

Executives across the industry predict electric cars will become increasingly popular due to advances that make batteries cheaper and more powerful. Also, the VW emissions scandal has sparked a regulatory backlash against diesel-engine vehicles.

Diesel-powered vehicles accounted for 52 percent of new passenger cars sold in Europe last year, although they are a small fragment of the U.S. market.

The joint venture, which is open to other automakers, is to fund the establishment of charging sites beginning in the first quarter of 2017, the carmakers said.

After reaching the initial goal of about 400 charging sites along major highways in Europe, the group aims to have “thousands of high-powered charging points” on the continent by 2020, the statement said.

The JV is to include Volkswagen’s Audi and Porsche brands.

A Ford spokeswoman in the United States, Angie Kozleski, said the JV is in discussions with power generation providers but is not ready to announce which company or companies will supply electricity to the charging stations.

The initial focus of the JV, Ford’s Kozleski said, “will be building the network in Europe and the joint venture will decide on possible expansion, based on market insights, when it is appropriate.”

She would not comment on Ford or other automakers’ efforts to develop charging networks in the United States or Asia.

In September, ChargePoint Inc, the world’s largest electric vehicle charging network, said the U.S. divisions of Volkswagen and BMW are collaborating on charging networks on the two U.S. coasts.

The European network will be based on so-called combined charging system technology, enhancing existing AC and DC charging standards and allowing for ultra-fast power levels of up to 350 kilowatt-hours.

Originally reported by the Reuters.

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The Dutch economy grew 2.4 percent year-on-year in the third quarter and unemployment fell sharply in welcome news for Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government, which trails the far-right Freedom Party four months before a parliamentary election.

Unemployment declined to 5.9 percent from 6.3 percent in the second quarter, the largest quarter-on-quarter decline in a decade, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) said.

The economy grew 0.7 percent from the previous quarter. That compares with a revised 0.7 percent growth in the second quarter of 2016, and 2.3 percent year on year. The agency described growth as “steady”, with 10 consecutive quarters of growth.

The economy is benefiting from a strong recovery in housing prices, which is boosting consumer confidence and spending, as well as a continuing large trade surplus.

“Apart from a dip in February and March of this year, the mood among consumers has been positive for almost two years,” CBS chief economist Peter Hein van Mulligen said.

He said consumer confidence, especially willingness to make major purchases, rose in October to its highest level since 2007. The housing boom was contributing to both declining unemployment and strong growth in investment, he said.

Campaigning for the March elections is due to begin shortly after the winter holidays, with most polls currently showing Rutte’s conservative VVD Party trailing the far-right Freedom party of populist lawmaker Geert Wilders.

Originally reported by the Reuters.

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A vintage wheelcap of a BMW is pictured before a news conference marking the company's centenary celebrations in Munich

A vintage wheelcap of a BMW is pictured before a news conference marking the company’s 100th birthday festivities in Munich, southern Germany March 7, 2016

BMW wants to boost sales of electric cars by two-thirds next year to 100,000 vehicles as the luxury automaker is offering more battery-powered models, Süddeutsche Zeitung reported, citing Chief Executive Officer Harald Krüger.

Munich-based BMW expects to increase its deliveries of fully electric and hybrid vehicles to around 60,000 units this year, Krüger said in an interview published on Monday. Sales of battery-powered BMW models have totalled about 100,000 cars since 2013, he noted.

“Electric mobility will come, but demand is not going through the roof at the moment,” the newspaper quoted Krüger as saying.

To help improve sales, BMW is also increasing the battery range of its i3 city vehicle by 50 percent this year. The i3, BMW’s only fully battery-powered car, sold only 25,000 units last year.

The company, which has dropped behind Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz in global luxury-car sales rankings, wants to expand the share of electric cars and hybrid models to between 15 percent and 25 percent of sales by 2025, the newspaper reported.

Originally reported by Reuters

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With new technology and a crackdown on logging, Romania is racing to save some of Europe’s last virgin forests, home to wolves and brown bears.

To speed the process, the European Union state has invited environmental NGOs to join official administrators in mapping the threatened woodlands and adding them to a newly established national database to guarantee their protection by law. The database should go online within six months.

Some beech forests are candidates for UNESCO’s world heritage list, which could enhance Romania’s appeal as a destination for wilderness hikers and wildlife enthusiasts.

On a recent wet afternoon in the Fagaras mountains in central Romania, Greenpeace volunteers emerged from a deep forest. They shared snacks as they discussed a day spent charting trees in a virgin area of 140 hectares, some bearing scratch marks from large animals.

“Virgin forests were preserved on valley bottoms, rocky areas, near alpine terrain,” said Valentin Salageanu, Greenpeace forest campaign coordinator for Central and Eastern Europe. “They are forests that were hard to reach, maybe that is why they were saved.”

He estimated their area had halved in the decade since 2005, when a partial inventory indicated Romania could have 250,000 hectares of virgin forests left.

“Many of them were destroyed in the last 10 years … partially as a result of both illegal and poorly executed legal logging,” Salageanu said. Corruption is also a factor.

In response, the environment ministry has overhauled forest management, strengthened the role of guards and imposed steep fines for those who cut, ship or trade logs illegally.

It has launched a mobile app called Forest Inspector, enabling citizens to track timber trucks. For the first time, it has allotted funds to help small private owners protect their forests, a legal requirement that many can’t afford.

Environment Minister Cristiana Pasca Palmer highlighted the role of an electronic tracking system that monitors logs at every stage, from sawing to factory gate.

“This is super-important because I believe in the future it’s only through this electronic monitoring that we can in fact reduce illegal logging,” she said.

Originally reported by Reuters.

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By all means visit our shores, but keep your filthy water to yourselves. That’s the message coming from the Baltic Sea this year, as the North European body of water becomes the first in the world to ban cruise ships from dumping waste water offshore. According to a decision announced by the International Maritime Organization this May, starting in 2019 all new ships entering the Baltic must either take their waste water away with them or pump it on land to be treated. In 2021 the rules will be extended to include older ships as well.

The timeframe still leaves the sea vulnerable in the interim. Currently, untreated waste water can be dumped 12 nautical miles (13.8 land miles) offshore and treated sewage just 3 nautical miles (3.5 land miles), which is why the Port of Helsinki announced sweeteners this week that will encourage visiting ships to stop dumping at sea now. Taken all together, they show the Baltic region taking a lead that other heavily frequented or vulnerable marine areas could well follow.

If the Baltic region is showing leadership here, it’s because it badly needs to. This year, the European Commission pronounced it “one of the most polluted seas in the world.” Cruise ships aren’t the key problem behind this of course. The Baltic’s waters have actually been most heavily blighted by two other factors. One is poor urban wastewater management, especially in the numerous cities along the sea’s Eastern and Southern coasts. The other is agricultural waste and fertilizer run-off. Combined, these two pollution sources fill the sea with nutrients that cause regular, vast algae blooms (already proving a problem this summer) that severely deplete the water’s oxygen levels. Exacerbating the issue is the Baltic’s shallowness (its average depth is around 180 feet) and the narrow outlet it has to the Atlantic from the Kattegat Sea dividing Denmark and Sweden.

The Baltic Sea Action Plan, introduced in 2007, has done much to help matters, improving waste water management in Saint Petersburg (the sea’s largest coastal city), the Baltic States and Poland, albeit not yet in the heavily polluting Russian city of Kaliningrad. But with algal blooms still commonplace, the region’s countries still need to attack pollution on all fronts, and even if they aren’t the main problem, cruise liners are nonetheless a major source of all sorts of filth. According to Friends of the Earth, a single week’s voyage for a large cruise ship creates an estimated 210,000 gallons of human sewage and one million gallons of grey water from showers, sinks, laundry and the like. Add all this together with extras such as bilge water mixed with oil, float the vessel discharging it all into vulnerable or heavily charted waters, and you have a veritable plague ship that risks contributing to a slug trail of eutrophication in which ever direction it turns its keel.

That’s why the city of Helsinki isn’t waiting until 2019 for the no-dump laws to kick in. It can’t really afford to. Over 236 ships will dock in the city’s harbor this summer, according to Finnish broadcaster YLE, and 12 large cruise liners will dock there within the next fortnight alone. In order to keep its waters relatively clear, the Port of Helsinki is offering a 20 percent discount to vessels that pump their waste on land to be treated. The uptake for this offer is likely to be all but unanimous, because ships that dock in the port must all pay the fee, whether they actually off-load waste there or not. Simply by taking advantage of a service they’ve already paid for, ships can cut their overheads. The offer should also get them used to using a service that will be mandatory for all ships after 2021.

Meanwhile, owners of some cruise ships, such as TUI Cruises, have been attempting to do their bit by reducing water consumption and adapting systems to ensure that less discharge of water into open seas is necessary. Taking a cruise may never become the most eco-friendly vacation option, but at least in the Baltic, the industry is being steered towards leaving far fewer problems in its wake.

Originally reported by CityLab.

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The need to protect citizens from the consequences of both intentional and unintentional human acts, as well as natural hazards and technical failures, has become an important strand in the European security discourse. While the military dimension remains present in Europe, the security of European citizens, societies and states is no longer equated exclusively, or even principally, with the defence of borders from external attack or defending against attacks by internal armed groups.

Council conclusions agreed by EU member states in early 2014 direct attention to both the eastern and the southern parts of the EU Neighbourhood. There are some 60 fragile countries in which the UN’s Millennium Development Goals are not being reached, and many of these are either neighbours of, or otherwise close to, the EU. These countries face enormous governance problems, and experience extensive violence – not limited to armed conflict.

Responding to the negative implications of globalization, including combating terrorism and organized crime, is also recognized by the EU as a critical and urgent priority that requires action on a trans-regional basis—something which is reflected in many existing programmes and backed by substantial investment.

In light of these developments, applying the comprehensive approach will mean going beyond conflict analysis. The approach will have to take account of the nexus between security and development, link the external and internal dimensions of EU actions on issues such as migration, and develop effective means to facilitate positive flows (and block negative flows) associated with globalization.

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Office Hours :
Monday to Friday : 10.00 – 17.00 CET.
Saturday : 10.00 – 14.00 CET.
Sunday : Closed.

The Corporate Communications Team would require minimum a fortnight for Reviewing & Responding to Queries, which please note.

Cyprus has for a long time been an ideal business centre for foreign companies and investors to start or continue their business. Due to its strategic location and its favourable economic environment, foreign companies and enterprises can build a bridge, through Cyprus, to Europe.

Foreign companies and business can in fact benefit from the advantages that Cyprus’ market has to offer and therefore utilize the island as a base for direct investments and for supplying expanding markets in the region and most importantly in the European Union (EU).

The said benefits include the lowest corporate tax in the EU (10%), a transparent and stable legal framework, a liberal foreign direct investment regime that allows up to 100% foreign participation in most areas of the economy and modern and efficient legal, accounting and banking services. Moreover Cyprus is an important shipping management center and one of the major transit trade centers in the Eastern Mediterranean.

As a corollary of the above, since 2004, when Cyprus joined the EU, the number of foreign registered companies has increased by over 20% per year. This serves as an indication that Cyprus is an ideal place to start a business within Europe. In any case Cyprus follows the trade policy of the EU, while a high rate of economic and trade freedom exists.

Starting your own company is serious business and for that professionals should always be consulted to guide you in proper directions.

These materials are not intended and should not be used as legal advice or other recommendation. If you need a legal opinion on a specific issue or factual situation, please contact a lawyer. Anyone using these materials should not rely on them as a substitute for legal advice.

Consulting CWIIL Group of Companies, for any / all matters relating to your business startup, ensures advise based on highest level of knowledge which are given to you by a team of select research-oriented experts whom each will do their own assessing of your matter, and also assess it together, thus ensuring that in case a mistake has been made by one, it will be noticed and corrected even before it is being passed on to you. Receiving incorrect and unknowledgeable business advice can be disastrous and thus should be avoided.

Remember, no problem has a quick fix solution. Thus, always ensure to consult highly knowledgeable group of professionals whom would provide you with a collective advice, never individual advice. This group advise and approach is unique with CWIIL Group and is based on the overall Management Philosophy of all CWIIL Group Companies.

CWIIL Group of Companies is a global group of multi-specialized units with diversified interests and activities, wherein each company is a separate legal entity registered under prevailing laws in different parts of the world. CWIIL Group of Companies Products, Services, Project and Solutions are in a multitude of Verticals including, but not limited to, Infrastructure, Power, Oil & Gas, Legal, Media, Technology, ITES, HR, Shipping, Aviation, Real Estate, Hospitals, Health and Medicine, Education, Funding & Investment, Business and Legal Consultancy, and Public Private Partnerships, and other CWIIL Group Units, worldwide, to name a few.

For Further Queries or to Request a Personal Quote Feel Free to Contact :

Mr. Gregor Novak,
Deputy Global Director, No. 11,
Operations Research & Implementation Division,
Email : deputy.gd.11@cwiilgroup.eu
Voice : +45.8176.1946
Social Media : LinkedIn l Twitter l Facebook

For Queries Specific to EU:
Email: eu@cwiilgroup.com , hq@cwiilgroup.eu
Web: www.cwiilgroup.com , www.cwiilgroup.eu

CWIIL Group Global Regional Headquarters Denmark,
Address : No. 1, Klokkebjergevej, DK6900 Skjern, Denmark
Voice : +45.5148.3608
Fax : +45.7014.1498
Email : corpcomm@cwiilgroup.eu
Web : www.cwiilgroup.eu

Office Hours :
Monday to Friday : 10.00 – 17.00 CET.
Saturday : 10.00 – 14.00 CET.
Sunday : Closed.

The Corporate Communications Team would require minimum a fortnight for Reviewing & Responding to Queries, which please note.

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