On the trail of the elephants … in the parks of London

The London herd is part of a traveling project that obeys the name of CoExistence and that travels the world to raise funds for the protection of the effephants and their habitats The herd of elephants from the CoExistence project The herd of elephants was first sighted at the gates of the Buckingham Palace. From

Everything prepared for the most decaffeinated Mobile ever: "It is the fair that circumstances allow"

Both those who will attend and those who will skip the edition that begins this Monday agree that the Barcelona event will have little news but should be held An operator at the Mobile World Congress fairgrounds.EFE GUILLERMO DEL PALACIO Madrid GERARD MELGAR Barcelona Updated Saturday, June 26, 2021 – 03:13 Lounges Fira de Barcelona

johnson of light "verde" to the English to travel to the Balearic Islands but not to the Canary Islands

The doubts of the ‘premier’ despair the hosts of British tourism and Portugal threatens to impose quarantine on travelers from the islands Javi martinezWORLD Boris Johnson has finally given the green light to English tourists to travel to the Balearic Islands with hardly any restrictions. Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera have joined Malta in the

GDP fell 0.4% in the first quarter, one tenth less than advanced

The third wave of Covid-19, together with the storm Filomena in the center of the peninsula, was responsible for a relapse that contracted household consumption Two women look at a shop window.EFE The National Institute of Statistics (INE) has confirmed that the Spanish economy fell into the first quarter of 2021, compared to the last

The ‘turbine war’: the new front between London and Brussels that threatens Iberdrola and Siemens-Gamesa

The European Commission has expressed concern about the British Government’s policy of including “local content requirements” in new wind power projects. Installation of an offshore wind turbine in Scottish watersMike Brookes Roper After the “sausage war” and the “culture war” of television productions, a new front opens between London and Brussels, this time on behalf

Investors warn of political noise and regulatory changes: "If companies believe that no one is going to protect them, they do not come"

Risks to recovery Socimis, sicavs, CGPJ, labor reform and now, in addition, pardons. Analysts suggest that it could end up taking its toll at a key moment in the face of the recovery The Vice President of Economic Affairs, Nadia Calvio, in Santander. Change the taxation of the Socimis, delay the renewal of the CGPJ,