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Insolvency can be complex, time consuming and emotional for shareholders. It’s important to find insolvency specialists who appreciate this and to make the process as painless as possible.

Many clients come to us knowing exactly what they want to achieve. Others come with concerns about restrictions the law places on them. No matter if you are creditor or debtor in an insolvency procedure: we help you think ahead, plan new ventures, and look beyond this journey to the next.

Arab nations express willingness to begin talks with Qatar regarding demands

[JURIST] Foreign ministers from Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates stated on Sunday that the four nations are open to dialogue with Qatar regarding the 13 demands [AP, materials] imposed against the Gulf state early last month. The demands against Qatar were prompted [Reuters report] by allegations that Qatar condones and funds terrorist activity.


Fresh claims of Azerbaijan vote-rigging at European human rights body

One of Europe’s oldest human rights bodies is being urged to set up a far-reaching anti-corruption investigation next week, amid fresh allegations of vote rigging that have put its credibility on the line.

Two people with high-level experience of the Council of Europe’s parliamentary assembly (Pace) have told the Guardian they believe its members have been offered bribes for votes by Azerbaijan. The 324-member body is made up of delegates from national parliaments who meet four times a year in Strasbourg.

Romania’s exports and imports accelerate in March to new record highs

Romania’s exports reached EUR 5.71 billion in March 2017, a new all-time high, after a 15.9% increase versus the same month of 2016. The imports also set a new record, reaching EUR 6,77 billion in March, up 14.8% year-on-year. The trade deficit thus reached EUR 1.06 billion, up from EUR 965 million in March 2016, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (INS).


Pope to FAO: int. cooperation must be rooted in solidarity

2017-07-03 Vatican Radio

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Monday said that the Food and Agriculture Organization – FAO - must always be in a position to intervene when people do not have enough to eat.

The Pope was addressing staff and employees of the Rome-based United Nations food agency gathered for their 40th General Conference.