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    How to Price a Product?

    Consulting | Sep, 2021

    Product pricing strategy is both an art and science. While under-pricing the product can result in losses and project the brand as cheap and unreliable, overpricing can risk the product's affordability for the target audience.

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    Why Europe Needs Anti-Money Laundering Software ?

    ICT | Sep, 2021

    Despite the toughest laws on money laundering, huge sums of money of illegal origin are channeled into the regular economy. Some of the EU members states have been too lax in supervising and scrutinizing suspicious financial transactions. Now, the European Commission has prepared a comprehensive reform plan to tackle the rising money laundering problem by monitoring and auditing large transnational financial institutions that are a potential risk.

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    EU Regulations Boosting Battery Recycling Industry

    Automotive | Aug, 2021

    With the emerging need for electrification, batteries are about to become new “gold” in Europe. The European Union’s goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050 would only be accomplished if batteries start replacing oil for generating power. However, batteries could add to pollution if not properly re-used and recycled, or ethically sourced or produced with clean energy. Can EU new battery law lead to sustainable future and boost recycling industry?

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    Top Five Electric Buses in the United States of America

    Automotive | Aug, 2021

    With an aim to take the USA towards zero-emission transportation, the Joe Biden government has proposed a USD174 billion program for bolstering electric vehicle adoption. Innovation in the emerging heavy-duty electric bus sector by the major players operating in the market is boosting the efficiency and reducing maintenance costs of e-buses, which is boosting its market growth.

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    How Will Nord Stream 2 Drive the European economy?

    Oil and Gas | Aug, 2021

    The Nord Stream 2 project intended for safe and secure supplies of natural gas to the European Union, covering 28 countries has created a lot of geopolitical tensions ever since its inception. The construction of a gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea between Russia and Germany is expected to lower gas transport costs, reduce Europe’s import dependency, and narrow the supply gap. The new gas pipeline would make Europe heavily dependent on Russia for accomplishing their natural gas supplies but how would the largest infrastructure project influence economies?

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    How Will Europe Recycle Mounting Plastic Waste?

    Consumer Goods and Retail | Aug, 2021

    Responsible disposing of trash is a concern for communities around the world. For years, wealthy nations have been discarding their trash to Asian countries, which are incapable of managing the piling waste. Recently, the European Union made a decision to ban export of plastic waste that came into force from January 2021. Although the ban is a decent step taken in the right direction, achieving the goal of becoming a plastic free region by 2030 seems over-ambitious for Europe.

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