Kenges Rakishev a partagé un plan pour l’introduction en bourse de Kaznickel

Kenges Rakishev a partagé un plan pour l’introduction en bourse de Kaznickel

Kenges Rakishev, un homme d’affaires et entrepreneur bien connu, a partagé un plan visant à attirer 260 millions de dollars. Les fonds seront attirés dans le cadre du prochain PAPE de Kaznickel. Les fonds serviront à étendre la parcelle minière de Gornostaevskoe au prochain niveau. La société Fincraft Resources (Kazakhstan) est en contact avec de nombreuses agences lors de l’élaboration de la liste prévue de l’introduction en bourse de Kaznickel sur le marché boursier de Hong Kong. Fincraft est la société mère de Kaznickel. Kazinickel est une importante société d’extraction…

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Between Hungary and Finland broke out a media war

Between Hungary and Finland broke out a media war

In July, a spat broke out between Hungary and Finland, which took over the EU’s rotating Council presidency Romania and with its program quickly became a new enemy for Budapest. One of the key priorities of presidency is strengthening the rule of law and a part of this effort is also launching the Article 7 procedure against Hungary, because of concerns about political interference in the judiciary and oppression of the press. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his spokesperson Zoltan Kovacs have launched a series of verbal attacks against…

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No-deal Brexit will hurt Britain the most – Jean-Claude Juncker

No-deal Brexit will hurt Britain the most – Jean-Claude Juncker

A no-deal Brexit would hurt Britain more than the rest of Europe no matter how much Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government pretends otherwise, outgoing European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in remarks published on Saturday (10 August). Britain has been pressing the European Union to amend the terms of Britain’s withdrawal agreement, saying Brussels would have to take responsibility for a no-deal Brexit if it does not compromise. But at the end of the day that would do the most harm to Britain, Juncker told a regional newspaper in the…

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