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Global Minimum Tax Endorsed

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) announced that participants in October this year had agreed in Paris to apply a uniform corporate tax rate of 15 percent to multinational companies, including tech giants such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple, in order to make it harder for them to avoid taxation by setting up operations in and shifting their profits to low-tax countries.

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Happy Birthday Burgenland

The easternmost province of Austria is famous for its good wines, beautiful monuments as well as its friendly and hospitable inhabitants. Visitors are impressed by the regional and linguistic diversity, breathtakingly beautiful landscapes and gastronomic delicacies of the county. Burgenland, the region of sunshine, castles, chateaux, thermal waters and excellent wines is celebrating its 100th anniversary.

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Ageing Europe

In addition to climate change and digitalisation, ageing is one of the largest challenges facing society in the 21st century. Adverse demographic trends can be observed in almost all countries in Europe, as fertility rates are below replacement level in these countries. In addition to the fact that Europe today is the continent of empty cradles, it is well known that the world’s population is rapidly ageing.

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The Post-COVID Economy

The new coronavirus has accelerated changes that normally would take place over the span of several decades. Schools, workplaces have been transformed instantly, distance learning and the home office, although not entirely unfamiliar previously, have become the standard overnight. With many places still facing lockdowns and the chance of further waves far from being excluded, the world has started slowly reopening.

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New environmentally friendly jobs for the new decade

The world around us changes all the time; the only thing that is constant is change. Old things and old ways die out from disuse or undergo major changes, while new, previously unknown or little-known sciences and occupations emerge as a corollary of technical progress. However, the questions naturally arise not only which jobs will survive, and what jobs will emerge, but also how these jobs will relate to the environment. Human impact on the environment has never been greater than in the last hundred years.

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