Il covid-19 ha messo in ginocchio l’economia della Penisola. E anche se la crisi sanitaria non è ancora passata, le aziende si stanno organizzando per recuperare il terreno perduto in questi mesi. Ma dovranno vedersela con un mercato che è molto cambiato, visto che la pandemia ha influenzato le abitudini di consumo degli italiani.
Finding the best ways to do good. The coronavirus crisis in the United States quickly went beyond a public health emergency to become a dire economic threat. It’s not hard to see why.
The COVID-19 outbreak has provided one last opportunity for fossil fuel stakeholders to beat back the renewable energy revolution. One especially interesting example is the notorious Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline. The once-dormant project suddenly sprang into action last week, while protesters have been sidelined by the virus.
It took Matthias Knauer only a minute or two to complete and scan the single-page form for a liquidity lifeline from the Swiss government. About 30 minutes after sending it, the money was in his company’s account. The comparison with his computer hardware support company’s UK subsidiary, based in the North Yorkshire town of Ilkley, could not be starker.
OVER 2,300 businesses have registered to receive support during the Covid-19 pandemic, the chief executive of the States of Guernsey has said.