aA
Judging by its largest banks, you’d hardly know Europe was in the grip of a worsening pandemic.
Bonuses, Dividends Pit Europe Banks Against Economic Wardens
Bonuses, Dividends Pit Europe Banks Against Economic Wardens
© Scanpix
Visą straipsnį gali skaityti tik prenumeratoriai
Tapdami prenumeratoriais, jūs remiate nepriklausomus autorius ir žurnalistus. Stipri ir laisva žiniasklaida – demokratijos ramstis ir vertybė, kurią būtina puoselėti.
Kviečiame prisijungti prie Delfi prenumeratorių bendruomenės.
Bloomberg

Balzekas takes office as CEO of 15min and BNS Lithuania

Tomas Balzekas has taken office as the chief executive officer of UAB 15min, the owner of the 15min...

Delfi PliusTom Randall

When will life return to normal? In 7 years at today's vaccine rates

When will the pandemic end? It’s the question hanging over just about everything since Covid-19 took...

Delfi Plius

Super-rich and punctual Switzerland is also behind on vaccines

Being famously wealthy, a model for efficiency and punctuality and having a big pharmaceuticals...

Delfi PliusIsis Almeida, Ann Koh and Michael Hirtzer

The global food trade has been upended by a container crisis

Food is piling up in all the wrong places, thanks to carriers hauling empty shipping containers.

Delfi PliusChris Kay

Controversy swirls around India’s homegrown Covid vaccine

A year ago, Krishna Ella was simply known for running a small Indian pharmaceutical company with a...

Top news

Landsbergis: PM has not shown much ambition to become Conservative party’s leader

Leader of the Homeland Union-Lithuanian Christian Democrat party (TS-LKD) Gabrielius Landsbergis...

Independent electricity supplier Perlas Energija ceases operations

A fortnight after announcing that its customers would be moved from fixed-price plans to...

Minister: China hasn't officially informed Lithuania of cut in transport ties

China has not yet officially notified the Lithuanian Transport Ministry that it is severing transport...

President and PM see protecting electricity consumers as top priority

President Gitanas Nauseda and Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte on Thursday discussed the situation in...

Presidency hopes new additions to Ministry of Foreign Affairs will bring positive change

The Office of the President welcomes changes in the political team of Foreign Minister Gabrielius...