Hungarian group Indotek accepts purchase of Belgrade office portfolio

The GTC FortyOne II building, part of the Belgrade office portfolio acquired by the Hungarian-American group Indotek. Regional developer and investor GTC has reached an agreement to sell its Belgrade office portfolio to Hungarian investor Indotek Group. The proposed acquisition price is € 267.6 million. The agreement will cover the …

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“Greater determination” to eliminate Bahamas from financial services

Former Prime Minister Perry Christie. • Ex-PM says “answers seem obvious” on tax reform By NEIL HARTNELL Editor-in-chief of the Tribune [email protected] A former prime minister yesterday warned that COVID-19 had “only strengthened the resolve” of major nations to eliminate the competitive threat posed by the Bahamas and other Caribbean …

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Woman “kicked out of the gym” for showing her belly

A woman posted a moving video claiming she was forced to leave her local gym for ‘flashing’ her stomach. Tearful Shelby posted on her TikTok account @ shelby.bellz to explain her side of the story. You can watch the video here. “So I just went to the gym,” she explained, …

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Great e-book reading event at ESPL

ACCOMAC, VIRGINIA – June 25, 2021 – Local book lovers can join thousands of readers around the world to read their first mystery / thriller e-book during the Reading the great library, the world’s largest digital book club. Until July 12, Eastern Shore Public Library (ESPL) patrons can borrow and …

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Residents of Veliki Crljeni sue EPS electricity utility due to pollution at Kolubara A coal-fired power plant

Fifteen residents of Veliki Crljeni have sued Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) for water, air and soil pollution caused by the Kolubara A coal-fired power plant, a coal dump, an ash dump, a pond of residues as well as a heating plant in Vreoci. It is the first time that Serbian citizens …

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German companies clash over Kurzarbeit leave scheme

FOR THE For the first time in its august history in over 100 years, the Adlon, a glitzy hotel with a view to Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, used Kurzarbeit, a scheme in which the German government pays the bulk of the wages of people who temporarily stop working or work reduced …

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Hospitality job fair at the municipal arena Thursday

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – About 50 employers in the restaurant and hotel sectors participate in a job fair Thursday in Kansas City, Missouri. The fair takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Municipal Arena, 301 West 13th Street. It is free for everyone to attend. Restaurants, hotels, …

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University of Alabama student writes anti-bullying children’s book

Editor’s Note: If you are at risk for suicide or know someone who is, please stop here and contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for assistance at 1-800-273- 8255. University of Alabama student Noelia Voigt used her passion for writing to create an anti-bullying children’s book as part of her …

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EBRD invests € 42.5 million in CTP’s Green Eurobond to support expansion in Romania and Serbia

BUCHAREST (Romania), June 23 (SeeNews) – The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development announced on Wednesday that it is investing 42.5 million euros ($ 50.7 million) in the euro issue. € 500 million green bonds from Czech property developer CTP to support CTP’s expansion in Romania, Serbia and three other …

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Former Textile Showroom at 295 Fifth Avenue Becomes Boutique Offices – Commercial Observer

When Tribeca Investment Group, PGIM Real Estate and Meadow Partners took over 295 Fifth Avenue in 2019, they decided to convert the 1920s loft from a textile showroom into a high-end office space. After acquiring the 99-year lease for the 700,000-square-foot building for $ 375 million, they decided to keep …

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