As the world unites to fight and manage the challenges presented by the global Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic, a number of companies across the globe are doing their bit to protect staff, engage local community, educate customers and directly contribute to fight against the virus
And in line with this BE brings you a small list of what some of the biggest brands are doing
Archaeologists have shown that Ecuador’s capital Quito has a history which extends back over 5,000 years, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. This is at least in part due to the city’s famous geography: at an altitude of 2,850 metres above sea level, defenders of the city were able to see enemies coming a few hours in advance. These days, it just means the views are spectacular.
Metro de Santo Domingo: Un transformador cumple 10 años
El Metro de Santo Domingo, el sistema de metro más extenso de la región de America Central, cumple 10 años en 2019. Durante este tiempo, el metro ha transportado más de 500 millones de pasajeros en la ciudad, y cada año muestra un crecimiento significativo. Vale destacar que, diez años después de su apertura, un boleto de metro cuesta lo mismo que el día en que se abrió: RD$ 20 (cuarenta centavos de dólar estadounidense).
Sentenial Limited and its wholly-owned subsidiaries (“Sentenial”),and its Open Banking brand Nuapay, have been an early mover in the emerging Open Banking and Account-2-Account (“A2A”) payments sector in Europe. The acquisition broadens the EML product suite and positions EML to be able to take advantage of rapid scale growth in the Open Banking sector in Europe and to expand the capability across all regions.
When it comes to openness to trade, few companies top the rankings as regularly as Singapore. This openness is reflected in the investments the country has made to its trading infrastructure, not least its ports. For example, despite being only a country of 5.7 million people, Singapore Port was the second largest container port based on cargo capacity in Asia in 2018 with 36.6 million TEUs, coming second only to Shanghai.