The COVID-19 virus and its impact on public life is the conversation of the day and will likely remain the conversation for many days to come. Where the corona outbreak is in the first place a public health crisis, it has not in the last place also an adverse economic impact.
The last few months the corona crisis has taken its toll on the global economy. From all corners of the world negative messages enter on how each country faces this crisis.
Some may have missed it, but there is currently a lot to do around the global oil production. Consumers see this mostly because of low prices at petrol station. The price of crude oil went down by 30% at the beginning of March and the stock markets are having bad times.
On Friday morning at 8 a.m., we were all waiting for the bus at the station to go to Luxembourg! Because the usual person had overslept himself again, we left a few moments later. After a 4 hour bus trip we arrived at our hostel.
On Friday morning at 8 a.m., we were all waiting for the bus at the station to go to Luxembourg! Because the usual person had overslept himself again, we left a few moments later.
Last month, the price of the Bitcoin came close to €10.000, thereafter the price has dropped again to approximately €8.000. Probably, these fluctuations have something to do with the speculation about the upcoming halving of the Bitcoin in May.
The 31st of January the Brexit finally occurred, more than three years after the notorious Brexit-referendum the United Kingdom (UK) finally left the European Union (EU). The UK moved into the so-called transition period, scheduled to the end of this year, in which she still follows EU regulation and trade on free terms with the continent.
On Tuesday, April 21st, the time has finally come! The ESV congress will take place for the first time at an external location, namely at brasserie Bikkels in the NEC stadium. Sustainability, fair trade, green, environmentally friendly, ecological, vegan and biological. These terms have become inescapable and are thrown into every conversation.
The past month the Corona virus has been in the news a lot. Ever since the beginning of the year when the virus was identified, it has spread rapidly from Wuhan to the rest of the world.
On Saturday, January 25, it was finally time. We left with 27 ESV members to Risoul. The bus ride took quite a few hours, but the trip was not too bad with the pleasant bus drivers, playing cards for anytimers and with songs such as El Toreador and Smoorverliefd!