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The FINANCIAL -- Two leading U.S. national security officials said a military confrontation with North Korea is not imminent, but they indicated the possibility of war still looms.
The FINANCIAL -- On 21 July 2017, the Minister of Finance of Georgia, Dimitri Kumsishvili, at the annual gathering of the heads of Georgia’s diplomatic representations, stated: “In order to accelerate infrastructural projects, GEL 1,143,800 from the consolidated budget was allocated for capital expenditures. This is GEL 269.7 million more as compared to the figure of the previous year.”
The FINANCIAL -- United National Movement member, Roman Gotsiridze, in his speech before the Parliament of Georgia, stated:
The FINANCIAL -- Economy
The FINANCIAL -- Americans' economic ideology has tilted conservative over the past two decades, with only modest variation in conservatives' lead over liberals.
The FINANCIAL -- The EBRD is increasing financing for its popular Women in Business programme with a new US$ 55 million loan to QNB Finansbank, a Turkish commercial bank, which will on-lend the funds to businesses either owned or run by women.
The FINANCIAL -- The new definition for dry eye disease (DED) was the last section finalized for the recently released, landmark 2017 Report of the TFOS International Dry Eye Workshop ll, known as DEWS ll.
The FINANCIAL -- The total worldwide wearable band market grew 8% year on year in Q2 2017, led by Xiaomi with shipments of 3.5 million units, closely followed by Fitbit, which shipped 3.3 million units, a 34% year-on-year decline.
The FINANCIAL -- Acer Inc. announced on August 10 the financial results for Q2 2017: consolidated revenues of NT$53.6 billion, impacted by the Taiwan (NT)/US dollar exchange rate, were down 4.6% year-on-year (YoY) in terms of NT$, but grew by 2.3% measured in US$; gross profits were NT$6.09 billion with 11.4% margin, showing steady improvement; and operating income was NT$992 million with 1.8% margin, marking its highest in six years.
The FINANCIAL -- On August 10, Microsoft announced a new framework that enables businesses to adopt blockchain technology for increased enterprise privacy and security, and named Intel as a key hardware and software development partner.
The FINANCIAL -- Wizz Air on August 11 announced that it will further expand its Iasi operations, adding a second Airbus A320 aircraft at its Iasi base in April 2018.
The FINANCIAL -- Ryanair on August 10 released its July customer service statistics, which confirm that Ryanair remains Europe’s No 1 customer service airline with:
The FINANCIAL -- SpiceJet reported a profit of INR 175 crore for the three months ended June 30th, 2017 as against 149 crore in the same quarter last year, making it the 10th successive profitable quarter for the airline.
The FINANCIAL -- WestJet on August 10 announced July 2017 traffic results with a load factor of 85.6 per cent, an increase of 0.4 percentage points year over year.
The FINANCIAL -- W Hotels Worldwide on August 10 announced the opening of W Bellevue, marking a new era of design for W Hotels in North America that celebrates the local as never before.
The FINANCIAL -- LendInvest is also the first UK company on ELITE, LSEG’s business support and capital raising programme, to access the debt capital markets to support its growth.
The FINANCIAL -- Statoil has signed a swap agreement with Innogy and SSE for equity interests in the Dogger Bank offshore wind development project.
The FINANCIAL -- Caterpillar Inc. on August 10 announced its board of directors has elected Kelly Ayotte as a member effective immediately.
The FINANCIAL -- Global demand for ŠKODA’s models continues to rise: the traditional Czech brand delivered 87,000 vehicles to customers in July, surpassing the previous year's result by 4.0% (July 2016: 83,700 vehicles).
The FINANCIAL -- Raiffeisen Bank Aval continues to demonstrate high financial results: in 2Q 2017, the bank posted a profit of almost UAH 1.29 billion. Since the beginning of the year, the bank’s profit has reached about UAH 2.74 billion on a cumulative basis.