Economy of Germany

German output figures in March show impact of Ukraine war

German factory output fell in March, official figures published on May 6 showed, as Europe's economic powerhouse registered the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.     

Production was down by 3.9 percent on the previous month, according to the federal statistics agency Destatis, having risen for five months in a row.    

CSO appoints first female manager

A woman has been appointed for the very first time as the manager of the Turkish Presidential Symphony Orchestra (CSO) since the institution's establishment in 1826.

Flute artist Sibel Ayhan Bayer will serve in the CSO's top post for a year.

"We have many female artists in the orchestra, and I think women can also succeed in management," Bayer told Demirören News Agency.

Slovenia’s Expo pavilion and partners to launch new sustainable initiative

Ljubljana – An initiative in which the company Knauf Insulation and its partners Riko and Sophia Academy focus on a comprehensive approach to sustainable development and living will be launched in Dubai in January as part of Slovenia’s Expo showcase under an agreement signed on Thursday.

Tourism – Optimism for occupancy with an eye on the Delta mutation

Hotels in Attica and almost all over the country are experiencing increased occupancy as we are now in the heart of the summer season, creating optimism for the course of tourism and revenues that will be particularly critical for the Greek economy this year in its effort to recover from the crisis. of the pandemic.