Tag "Ausztria"

A wave of bankruptcy is expected in the second half of the year in Austria

The number of corporate bankruptcies fell in Austria last year due to state aid to deal with the consequences of the crisis, but this year the AKV (Alpenländische Kreditorenverband), the...

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After a month-long closure, stores opened in Austria

After tha shutdown lasts since November 17 aimed at curbing the coronavirus pandemic, stores opened on Monday and teaching began in the lower grades of schools in Austria. However, Chancellor...

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Christmas fairs are not opened in Austria either

In addition to hotels and restaurants, Christmas markets will remain closed in Austria this year due to the coronavirus pandemic – the Austrian government has decided. Tourism Minister Elisabeth Köstinger...

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Shopping malls and schools are also closing in Austria

In Austria, schools will close, smaller shops may remain open, but shopping malls where many people can congregate will have to pull down the blinds to curb the spread of...

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A stamp made of toilet paper is coming

The Austrian Post issues a stamp made of three-ply toilet paper on the occasion of the coronavirus pandemic, for charitable purposes – index wrote. The shape and size of the...

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The summer tourist season in Austria proved to be relatively good

During the summer season, Austrian tourist traffic fell less than expected, and in July the number of guest nights increased in some areas, according to the Wifo Economic Research Institute....

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In the summer pre-season, Austrian tourist traffic fell by almost three-quarters

In May and June, the summer pre-season, the turnover of the tourism sector in Austria fell by 70 percent, according to a survey by the Austrian economic research institute Wifo....

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From Friday, the face mask will be mandatory again in stores in Austria

From Friday, face masks will once again be mandatory in enclosed public places such as grocery stores, shopping malls, banks and post offices – Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced in Vienna...

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Abolition of the compulsory closing time is requested by night catering workers in Austria

Those working in night hospitality in Austria are calling for the abolition of the mandatory closing time – Thomas Ratzenböck, a spokesman for the Association of Night Caterers (VÖNG), said...

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COVID-19 Drives Austrian Retailers To Strenghthen Online Presence, Study Finds

One in three or 33% of Austrian retailers started or strengthened their online presence amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study has revealed. Conducted by the Handelsverband Österreich (Austrian Trade...

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