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01/03/2012 18:08:31How would Google’s new privacy policies affect you?
How would Google’s new privacy policies affect you? On March,1st the Internet giant Google will launch its new fit-for all privacy policy, despite warnings from the EU that it may violate European law. The change will allow the search giant to share private data on its customers between its different online services. In short, the information collected from your internet searches will now be used to choose and target the adverts that ...
01/03/2012 18:05:28The unemployment rates in the Eurozonekeep growing higher.
The unemployment rates in the Eurozone keep growing higher. The Eurozone unemployment level has hit another record highin January. The percentage of people without a job in the countries from the Eurozone rose to 10.7% in January, while December's figure was revised up from 10.4% to 10.6%. This means that there are 16.9 million people out of work today. The situation in Italy is most concerning as the unemployment rate rose from8.9% in ...
23/02/2012 15:02:00Christie’s International Real Estate agency welcomes ten new brokerages
Christie’s International Real Estate agency welcomes ten new brokerages. Christie’s International Real Estate enlarged its affiliate network with six new firms in 2011 and a further four in January 2012 for a total of ten new brokerages.After the conjunctionthe new affiliates gain access to all proprietary marketing programs and services of Christie’s Real Estate, their award winning magazine and global web platform. Thus the f...
23/02/2012 14:55:30Positive signs for the US housing market
Positive signs for the US housing market. The slight increase in property sales has reduced the number of homes on the market to its lowest level since April 2006. This was made possible, as sellers reduced the offered prices of previously owned properties, which led to a rise in sales with 4.3% inJanuary. However this increase caused a drop of the median price, which fell 4.6% in the month to $154,700, down 2% from the same month last year. ...
20/02/2012 09:19:06Analysts are concerned with thedeclining exports and imports of China
Analysts are concerned with the declining exports and imports of China Chinese exports dropped 0.5% since last year hurt by stagnant demand and factories being shut down during the Lunar New Year.Imports also fell by 15.3%, resulting in a trade surplus of $27.3bn (£17bn). The fall in imports comes as China has been trying to boost domestic demand in an attempt to offset slowing exports. However, according to reports by the China Federation...
20/02/2012 09:16:44Тhe top 20 places in Europe to invest in property
Тhe top 20 places in Europe to invest in property According to a new report that came out in the end of last year, composed by the Global Property Guide and reported byUK’s Daily Telegraphnewspaper the most attractive destination for invest in real estate is the Hungarian capital city Budapest. Among the top 20 places in Europe are also the Macedonian capital Skopje - in second place, and the Bulgarian capital Sofia coming in 17th. Mos...
20/02/2012 09:14:14Should you buy a property during the winter season?
Should you buy a property during the winter season? Although, daylight is scares and the property you will be viewing is likely to be covered in snow, there are some advantages in purchasing real estate during the cold season. It is no secret that spring and autumn are traditionally the preferred seasons for viewing and buying property, however, experts claim that during winter, one can notice more problems with the property that become inst...
06/02/2012 12:22:12No rise in property prices in Bulgaria expected in 2012
No rise in property prices in Bulgaria expected in 2012. Latest figures reveal that property prices in Bulgaria in 2011 have dropped with 5 to 10% compared to the state of the market in 2010. Based on this data, experts predict that in 2012 prices will not fluctuate as real estate markets around the country remain stagnant. According to brokers, average prices in the capital city Sofia fell down from €1,100 in 2010 to around €920 ...
06/02/2012 12:18:46Australian property prices start rising for the first time since 2010
Australian property prices start rising for the first time since 2010. Experts believe that the Australian residential property market is set for a revival in 2012 after house prices went up nationally for the first time since September 2010. Although, those are tentative signs of recovery for the housing market, it is expected that the trend will continue in 2012. The latest figures from Australian Property Monitors show that Melbourne hou...
06/02/2012 12:16:48Overprices villas in Dubai, survey suggests
Overprices villas in Dubai, survey suggests. Brokers in the emirate claim that owners of villas in Dubai are asking for overarching prices taking account of the conditions of the current estate market. This leads to fewer enquiries translating into less sales. According to real estate website propertyfinder.ae there has been a 2% increase in searches for villas but a 13% fall in viewing. According to agents, this decline reflects a jump in villa...
06/02/2012 12:13:58Can Facebook transform small businesses?
Can Facebook transform small businesses? All social media services have the amazing potential to drive the growth of small and medium business start-ups. There is one in particular, that puts a special emphasis on supporting local enterprises. In the last decade, we have witnessed the rise and boom of the facebook social network. In an interview for CNN the director of policy for EMEA, Facebook Richard Allan explains all the pros and cons ...
01/02/2011 12:37:57Regional businesses call for clarity on LEPs plan
By Sarah Arnott Confusion over the role of local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) is hampering business growth and undermining the Government's rhetoric about a private sector-led economic recovery, local business groups have warned. Gaps are already appearing in business support services as the Regional Development Agencies (RDAs), which have been scrapped by the Coalition Government, are wound down. And uncertainty over how the LEPs s...

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