The Ministry of State Property is starting to sell shares in tourism companies

first_imgCERP’s board of directors held a session ahead of the holidays and gave the green light to sell shares in a total of five companies. The first are concrete steps, ie the privatization procedures of the new Minister of State Property, Mario Banožić. The shares of the Pula group Arena Hospitality are put up for sale through an authorized investment company on the stock exchange, namely a package of 1 percent with an estimated value of HRK 19 million, then 0,93 percent of shares of Zagreb’s FTB Turizm with an estimated value of HRK 3,87 million and Rovinj’s Maistra. whose 0,03 percent of the shares are valued at $ 1,04 million, find out Business diary. A public tender will also offer a package of 0,70 percent of the shares of Novigrad Laguna, with a starting price of HRK 252 per share, or HRK 1,56 million for the entire package. By the same procedure, 0,17 percent of the shares of Tankerska plovidba Zadar are put up for sale, with a starting price of HRK 1745 per share or a total of HRK 1,62 million for the package. In both cases, the price step of the tender was set at five thousand kuna. Source: CERP Source: Poslovni dnevnik / Photo: Maistralast_img read more

Završje won 2nd place in the selection for the best film location

first_img“Silver” second place is a great success for our Završje, Istria and Croatia! The voices and support we received from all over the world put Završje in the European film map and the very top of desirable locations for filming. Impressive locations, as well as state incentives, influenced the arrival of large film productions in Istria. A lot is being shot in Istria, and we believe that this result will contribute to greater visibility of Istria and Croatia, as desirable film destinations. Congratulations to the winners, we thank all the voters of Završje, and the second place we won gives us the wind in our sails for new nominations in 2020! At one of the most important film festivals in Europe and the world, the Berlin Berlinale, after almost 3 months of uncertain struggle in the race for the Location Award, the winner was announced. Among the 10 shortlisted locations, the Istrian town of Završje, a candidate of the Istrian Film Commission, which is in charge of promoting Istria as a film destination within the Istrian Cultural Agency, was also included. Let us remind you that in Završje, in the municipality of Grožnjan, the film Robin Hood was shot three years ago.. It has been organizing the selection for the best film location for the third year in a row European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN) in collaboration with the film portal Cineuropa.center_img Competing with other, magnificent 9 locations, being alongside nominated locations, European metropolises, beautiful millennial locations, breathtaking landscapes, was a real challenge for Istria and our little Završje, which has only 40 inhabitants. Ten European locations, all of which emphasize the beauty and diversity of Europe, were nominated by film offices / film commissions, members of the European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN).Voting began in late November, and 31.12. the voting deadline was extended until January 20, 2020. Until the very end of the voting, a close battle was fought between the Croatian Završje and the Spanish El Hierro, the candidate of the Canary Island Film Commission. El Hierro is the location where the thriller TV series “Hierro” was filmed. In the end, by a majority vote, the primacy went to El Hierro. Source: Istrian Cultural Agency and Istrian Film CommissionPhoto: TZ Grožnjanlast_img read more

Return property to its rightful owners

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionI have a question for Rep. John Faso, who when running for Congress in 2016 spoke of living the American dream. The Constitution Pipeline, who paid you very well in your days as a lobbyist, was denied the water permits by New York state to proceed with their unneeded pipeline. We both were born and raised in New York and we both chose to stay in New York to raise our children and live that American dream. Last August, a federal appeals court upheld New York’s rejection of this unnecessary pipeline. Then in October, a federal court refused to grant the Constitution Pipeline a rehearing on that rejection. Now just last week, FERC rejected Constitution Pipeline’s petition to overturn New York’s ruling. Mr. Faso, I will never forget that it was the company you worked for that badgered and harassed my family for years because of our refusal to give them a piece of our land. This little piece of land that my wife and I worked very hard to acquire in Schoharie County is special to our family and is filled with many memories. Mr. Faso, our American dream never included having a piece of our land confiscated from us to bury a 30-inch natural gas pipeline. We refused the measly one-time payment for the piece of our land that was needed for this unwanted (my opinion) pipeline. As you well know, we were then sued and taken to court. Now some big corporation owns a piece of our land and has most certainly disrupted our American dream. There are many other families who have gone through the same ordeal as we have.This has been going on for about four years now. Time and time again, Constitution has been stopped, blocked and told no. Now back to my question Rep. Faso: Can we have our land back now? Jerry FioreSummit More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationlast_img read more

Dems undermining our democracy

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionThe Democratic Party and the Republican Party are fighting a political war. The Republicans are fighting a conventional war with a structured chain of command, political generals, and political ground troops that for the most part follow the political general’s orders. On the other side, the Democrats are fighting an unconventional war; there is no “front” or “rear,” an attack can come from anywhere,, including inside the enemy’s leadership.The Democrats led by the progressive movement are dangerous to our republic because they go any lengths and nothing will hold them back. They’ve assimilated the Marxist conception of enlisting the masses and, like the Communists, they are beyond the conventional notion good and evil.Only the Marxists’ methods of war are efficient. While we are fighting “Russian collusion,” some men were being paid a fat fee for betraying us to the progressives’ advantage: a collection of perverted journalists and highly placed officials, untrustworthy generals and shady politicians.Former President Obama has set up a group called “Organization for Action” (OFA). OFA is working to disrupt everything that our current president is trying to do. The aim is to keep the country divided so it can attain its goal of turning the country into a socialist society. This organization goes against our democracy and Constitution. When the progressives take power, we can all say goodbye to the best country ever created by man. Wake up, America before it’s too late.Rafael PoloNorthvilleMore from The Daily Gazette:Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesBroadalbin-Perth’s Tomlinson seizing the day by competing in cross country and golf this fallEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

Keep tobacco products out of all pharmacies

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Your March 29 editorial was highly critical of Albany County’s tobacco-free pharmacies bill. One of your criticisms was that Albany County sought only to ban tobacco products in pharmacies, while allowing the sale of other unhealthy products such as candy and sugary drinks.Smoking kills 600,000 Americans each year. Of the 580,000 people you mentioned who die of heart disease, it should be noted that one-third of these deaths are from smoking. While tobacco products kill when used as directed, candy and soda do not.Your statement that “many big grocery stores and department stores … all have pharmacies inside them” is in error. The majority of these don’t. You go on to point out that “the county isn’t seeking to ban them from selling tobacco.” Yes, the county Legislature is if the stores contain a pharmacy. I have to wonder if you actually read the bill.Selling a deadly product where people go to buy products to improve their health sends a message, especially to youths, that tobacco may not be hazardous to their health. Selling tobacco there is excellent free advertising for tobacco products. The picture of a wall of cigarette packs that accompanied your article may be even better free advertising. Tobacco companies are not allowed to post such a picture in your newspaper. So, why did you?Carol WatermanAlbanyMore from The Daily Gazette:Feds: Albany man sentenced for role in romance scamEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

NHP recovers its health

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Delancey relaxes its grip on Colliers CRE

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Dome decision looms

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Residential: In the public interest

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Homes, sweet homes

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