The ECB (European Central Bank) has now sudo rights through the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program, (PEPP). It can now buy up to 100% of a state's obligations, meaning that it can own a country and squeeze it like Greece.
The scorched earth policy would be effective and it could be implemented now - no need to wait for a vaccine that might be developed sometime in the future.Meanwhile it really doesn't affect what we need to do right now to isolate cases and find a decent vaccine for this, which will allow us to forget about it and go back to our normal lives.
Maybe the "high environmental temperature that kills viruses" story, could be true then...So far in brazil we are at 7 deads per millon. That is super low considering we only started doing the confinments at the same time as the US and political battles here dictates every state and city is acting by its own. We are a turism country and we just had summer and carnaval all going loose.
In the US the same is happening I think, the FED is just buying everything and eventually tanking the dollar. But the stocks are still okay, so no worriesThe ECB (European Central Bank) has now sudo rights through the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program, (PEPP). It can now buy up to 100% of a state's obligations, meaning that it can own a country and squeeze it like Greece.
But then sushibars can open again if they have a conveyor belt?Gastronomy want be Ree Open that close, as its not that easy to keep the Distance for the Waiter etc..
There will be a digital one, not sure what that will be like. And it's not communicated what will happen yet with the physical one, I assume there won't be any but they didn't say this yet:Oh and Big Events are Canceled until the End of August, so there want be a Gamescom this Year, and no Rockfestival in my Town where i anyway ditnt go as they also have Hip Hop and not that good Acts..
So there is no Chance to see the Pyra this Year in Real Live, as long you ditnt order one ^^
It just feels unreasonable to ask lower tariffs. Small companies and individuals are in a bad position, and they probably don't their old higher tariff when it's over.Bigblue asks a cut of 25% to all businesses it is working with: