Archive for the ‘Europe and economic’ Category

Software outsourcing company

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

iTechLogic is a leading custom offshore software outsourcing company from Eastern Europe having years of software development experience when a wide range of software projects were done on time and within required budget.
Their software outsourcing competence would ensure that we provide excellent IT outsourcing services to the clients. This software outsourcing company employs skilled experts and utilized high standards that allow them developing reliable software and web applications of any complexity.

Outsourcing web development to OWS

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

Over the last years OffshoreWebSolutions participated in the Internet evolution of the web and developed web sites for a great number of various businesses that decided to outsource their web project to our offshore web development company located in Eastern Europe.
There are several critical things that make successful site. It’s not just creative web graphics, cutting edge technologies like .NET, Java, or PHP. When outsourcing web development of your site to offshore web development company one of the most important requirements of the successful site is a elaborated design of the system tailored exactly for the client’s business.
In result customer’s oriented website development by this web development outsourcing company would lure as many new customers to your product as possible.

Buy goods much cheaper in Cyprus shops

Monday, March 29th, 2010

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Germany’s Constitutional Court

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

The Constitutional Court is often called the third chamber of the legislature in Germany. They take care of important decisions like whether commuters can deduct transport costs from taxes or whether bars can let smokers light up. Now they face their biggest decision yet. They will be the ones to decide on the Lisbon Treaty. Should they let it pass, like they are expected to do so, it could take away the power they posses. Lisbon would transfer some of the power to Luxembourg.
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No more tax havens

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

In the wake of the global financial meltdown the whole EU is trying to put a clamp down on tax havens around Europe. There is a demand for more information to be shared when one country suspects someone or some company of tax evasion. Traditional tax haven countries like Austria, Luxembourg and Belgium are putting up a fight against more openness. They all believe in secrecy since that is where alot of their money comes from. They have long been safe guarding the money of those that don’t want it to be found.

Bulgaria open to more EU Control

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

In past years Bulgaria has accused the EU of being unfair and prejudice with its money. Claiming that with holding EU money was done for political reasons of control. Now the Bulgarian leaders themselves are asking the EU to help them run their country better. Prime minister, Sergei Stanishev, wants to create a commission where EU members would get power to intervene where “weaknesses may be qualified as structural and persistent and…cannot be resolved by the Bulgarian government alone”

Could a full time EU President save Europe

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

The EU has a rotating presidency of 6 month terms and is currently lead by the Czech Prime Minister Mr. Topolanek. There is lots of talk of having a full time EU President to avoid embarrassments like the ones in recent months. Topolanek is the leader of a small country with little economic weight and his own government was recently toppled. During Obama’s visit to Europe Topolanek called his economic plans a “way to hell”. Some think that leadership of the EU should be left to the real economic powers.