Price limits, vouchers, and tax cuts: Unlike Austria, most governments are trying to fight inflation

Energy prices are going through the roof. But for the first time, the Austrian government did not decide on anything at the energy summit. Many other European governments have already taken measures against inflation in the summer and are now extending them—relatively unattached to the ruling party’s colour. Whether Orbán […]

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Best Nightlife in Europe – Discover Best Cities for Great

Parties If partying is what your soul craves, then off to Europe you go. The diverse nature of this continent was fruitful soil for future nightlife hotspots with legendary status. Wherever you go, you’ll find a place that speaks to your party soul, but some destinations rank higher in the […]

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Top 10 destinations for a luxury vacation in Europe

The charm of the old continent is undeniable; it almost calls us to visit it and spend copious amounts of money touring its many beautiful countries. Whether you like the appeal of the Mediterranean sea, want to live out your backpacking fantasy, or intend to have an extraordinary bragging story […]

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Effective and cheap: Cuba’s vaccines brings hope to poorer countries

With Abdala, Soberana 02, and Soberana Plus, Cuba has developed three highly effective protein vaccines against Covid-19. After the third vaccination, they provide 90% protection against severe symptomatic courses. Unlike mRNA and vector vaccines, protein vaccines are cheaper and easier to produce and store. Cuba’s willingness to share knowledge of […]

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EU-Commission: Platforms like Uber, Mjam, and others should hire employees

Digital platforms profit from the self-exploitation and bogus self-employment of their “employees”. The EU Commission is now proposing guidelines for European countries to prevent this. The aim is to control working conditions with the aim of employing suppliers and other bogus self-employed workers. What is the problem? – Bogus self-employment […]

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Icelandic explorer Haraldsson: “We should have a goal of 30 workhours per week as a society”

The world’s largest nationwide attempt to reduce working hours has made international headlines – that’s how positive the results in Iceland were. The study showed: Reducing working hours while maintaining full pay makes workers happier, healthier, and more productive – and pays off economically. Kontrast has spoken to one of the co-authors […]

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