Public Affairs

The V shape recovery: EC unlocks €8 billion to boost SMEs

May 11, 2020

For this #mondaypost we will discuss about the main Covid19 aftermath theory – The V shape recovery. Some economists consider that the EC financing and the national schemes to restart the continent’s economy will boost the economy in a V shape recovery. The huge figures announced by most European countries are indeed impressive but some […]

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The aftermath of Covid19 and the disappearing liberties

April 12, 2020

by Daniel A. Bujorean, MBA, CIM “South Korea will strap tracking devices to the wrists of people who disobey quarantine mandates!” Police and local officials will enforce the societal control program as government monitors discovered a perfect pretext – phone records indicating some South Koreans had ventured out from their homes. – NYP “As Russian cities go […]

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3 correct premises to base the policy and state support for companies

April 6, 2020

Coronavirus is much more than a pandemic it is also a major economic crisis. In response for this economic recession, governments all over Europe are implementing countermeasures. Here are 3 correct premises to base the support for companies from the business & legal consultants Bujorean & Co.: 1. We understand that the national economy as […]

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Zuckerberg to abandon the political correctness ad censorship but What’s really changing?

February 10, 2020

During a speech at the Georgetown University, some of the students asked questions about Facebook’s decision not to ban what some deem as questionable political ads on his social media platform. “I believe that when it’s not absolutely clear what to do, we should err on the side of greater expression,” Zuckerberg answered. “In a […]

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Facebook introduces fact-checking tool – a grey screen warning and articles debunking the claims

December 6, 2019

Recently, in an effort to debunk the false articles that can manipulate the electoral process, Facebook introduced a new tool to warn people when they come across content that is deemed to be “illegal, false, or partly false” by its independent fact-checking partners. According to Rebecca Stimson, Head of UK Public Policy, Facebook “Helping protect […]

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