Italian people will pay almost US $ 10,000 to move

A italian town unveiled a tempting offer for those who want to go live there.

According to what was reported by CNN, is about Santo Stefano di Sessanio, a idyllic medieval village located on top of a hill.

According to current figures, in place 115 people live. Half of them are retired and children under 13 are not over 20.

This is why the authorities have created a plan to repopulate the place. For that, offer up to US $ 9,500 per month for those who want to go live.

Further, They will be eligible for a subsidy of almost US $ 24,000 to start a business in the area. They can also rent a home by paying a symbolic lease.

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But not everyone can move to this town, since you must first meet some requirements.

The first is that You must be an Italian or European Union citizen. Also, you must live in an area far from this place.

Regarding age, those who want to go must have between 18 and 40 years old, since the aim is to have more young people.

By last, you must stay at least 5 years in the village.


This is how Infonavit AMLO reform will benefit

According to Infonavit, the acquisition of a new home only represents 30% of the 9.4 million actions required in housing matters and detected by Infonavit; the rest of the needs correspond to improvements, extensions, expansion and improvement, and replacement of housing.

Direct delivery

Direct mechanisms exist in Infonavit and are intended to strengthen with the reform, including traditional mortgage credit, as long as it is not done with the intermediation of a real estate agent, it is a direct transfer to the worker.

For example, the improvement credit is deposited on a card to the worker and from there he can buy his construction materials and pay masons for the remodeling of his home.

“What is intended is that the worker has total control over his savings. There he puts a challenge to us to do a more effective work of approach and advice. Then there are information asymmetries, where the worker does not even know how much he has in the (housing) subaccount, how it is used and others. Some take advantage of that, often fraudulently, so that the worker can take out the loan and receive the money, “he explained.

In addition, with the Official Mexican Standard (NOM) for the sale and purchase of housing issues – currently under discussion at the Ministry of Economy – which includes several chapters, the reform will be very well complemented.

Construction monitoring

We have electronic surveillance systems, especially on the subject of sharing information with points of sale, where the exercise of the resource in the purchase of materials and others can be traced.

With the self-construction loan, which we started on October 21, they will have electronic verification mechanisms, that is, workers will be able to upload progress of their work on an electronic platform.

Offer and demand

The manager explained that with regard to the housing supply, the developers are not taking sufficient risk in serving the population that they can serve.

“They have territorial reserves, they have construction experience and they simply are not serving that market. We are inviting them to do so. As for demand, this government has been emphatic in increasing the minimum wage, which clearly affects the contribution base to the housing subaccount, and that is very important because it increases credit capacity, “he explained.

In addition, Unamos Credits, for example -initiative that Infonavit undertook this year- allows a family to pool their housing subaccount and access a higher loan, it helps families with the minimum wage to access houses with a price of three or three four times higher than what they could access only with the minimum wage.


Prosecutor’s Office occupies six Alex Saab properties valued at $ 38,000 million

The Specialized Directorate for Extinction of Domain Rights of the Prosecutor’s Office with support from the CTI This Saturday imposed precautionary measures on six properties of businessman Alex Naim Saab Morán, appointed figurehead of the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro.

The investigating body indicated that these assets are valued at $ 38,000 million and the proceedings were carried out in Barranquilla and Cartagena, where these properties are located.

The decision for the process of extinction of the property right – affirms the Prosecutor’s Office – is related to the investigation carried out by the accusing body to Saab Morán, for the crimes of money laundering, illicit enrichment, fictitious export or import and conspiracy to commit a crime.


Portugal will take a decade to heal from the damage of the covid-19

The Portuguese economy may take about a decade to fully recover from the damage caused by the covid-19 pandemic, even with the help of the Recovery and Resilience Plan (PRR), showed the Prime Minister, António Costa, in the presentation of the document delivered this Thursday to the European Commission (EC).

The preliminary version of the PRR confirms all the great numbers advanced, also by Costa, less than a month ago, and is the backbone of the European Recovery Plan aimed at Portugal.

Between 2021 and 2026, the Government counts on 12.9 billion euros in grants (European non-refundable funds, which do not directly increase the debt), with the option of seeking another 15.7 billion euros in cheap loans.

The non-refundable amount then increases to 15.3 billion because the Government’s intention is to get money (grants) from other programs. This is the case with the 1.8 billion euros that come from React EU, the initiative that “aims to mobilize investment and anticipate financial support for post-covid-19 recovery”.

In addition, the Government is also counting 445 million euros that it can get from the Rural Development program and the Fair Transition Fund.

So, between 2021 and 2026, we may be talking about 31 billion euros of financial momentum coming from Europe. Even so, the new official document shows, Portugal will take ten years to recover the economy to the levels before the pandemic.


Krainová and Belohorcová: The end of friendship because of money ?!

Fun by the sea, sexy bodies and lots of fun. Everyone could see that in the photos Simona Krainová a Zuzana Belohorcová. The former presenter invited model Simona Krainová to the USA a few months ago, with whom she really enjoyed it. The blondes posted a few photos a day and most fans could only envy them. According to the editorial staff, however, it is no longer visible and obvious that they would sometimes be such great friends. What’s behind that?

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In the opinion of the editor from the already mentioned competing newsroom, this could be due to the fact that their fun by the sea would no longer have to bring them money. People are not in the mood to look at sexy asses by the sea right now and they definitely don’t want to stare at how celebrities show off their luxury. Therefore, it would not be financially worthwhile for them to share these moments with the fans, as they could lose followers on social networks, and thus possibly even money for various internet collaborations. And that would hurt!

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For investors: how funds that bet on technology are handled

For its part, the BlackRock Technology Opportunities Fund is another of the most profitable funds, with an annual return of more than 30%. Although its portfolio is made up of 120 stocks, its biggest bets are: Apple (4.2%), Microsoft (3.5%), Amazon (2.8%), Tencent (2.1%), Alibaba (2 %), Alphabet (1.7%), Paypal (1.7%), Twilio (1.6%), Tesla (1.6%), Square (1.4%) and AMD (1.4%) . It is managed by Tony Kim and Reid Menge and is also committed to other values ​​such as ZoonInfo. According to BlackRock, the largest exposures of industry groups were in software and the internet; These industries have the best secular organic growth prospects, driven by innovation, as well as the least sensitivity to late-cycle macroeconomics. Of course, the fund also highlights that it had a substantial allocation to the issue of digital transformation, as global companies continued to modernize their operations. Looking at the long term, the fund believes that the investment thesis is not hampered by the medium-term effects of covid-19, as many of these companies are in fact seeing increased demand as global companies rush to Invest in digitizing your operations.

Lastly, the Global Technology and Innovation Fund, owned by the manager Janus Henderson, has obtained a return of close to 25% so far this year. Its main positions are: Apple, with a portfolio weight close to 9%, Microsoft (7.84%), Amazon (4.55%), Adobe (4.24%), Facebook (4.22%), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (4.03%), Mastercard (+ 3.69%), (3.06%), ASML (3%) and Texas Instrument (2.91%), which account for 46.51% of the total. In addition, it invests in other stocks such as Alavara and MercadoLibre. It is managed by Denny Fish and aims to achieve at least an annual return that is 2% above the MSCI ACWI Technology Index. Invests 96% in equities, 80% in US stocks and 16% in foreign stocks. For the fund, technology stocks generally outperformed broader equity markets and all subsectors delivered positive returns, led by remarkably strong performance from internet services and application software companies.


CBS: Rotterdam least wealthy municipality in the Netherlands

Households in the municipality of Rotterdam were the least wealthy in 2019. An average Rotterdam household has a capital of 6.1 thousand euros, while the average in the Netherlands is 49.8 thousand euros. This is evident from figures from the Central Bureau of Statistics.

According to the bureau, households with average low power are mainly located in large cities. That explains the big difference between Rotterdam and the rest of the country.

According to Statistics Netherlands, household wealth strongly depends on the stage of life. Usually the wealth is built up in a lifetime. Older people often have a lot of wealth and young households hardly have.

After Rotterdam, the least wealthy municipalities in the Netherlands are Groningen (6.9 thousand euros), Amsterdam (8.4) and Heerlen (8.9). The average capital in other large cities in the Randstad is 17.8 thousand euros in Utrecht and 13.5 thousand euros in The Hague.

Rijnmond region

In the Rijnmond area, after Rotterdam, households in Schiedam (14.6 thousand euros), Vlaardingen (20.4) and Nissewaard (28.4) on average have a lower income. The most wealthy municipality in the region is Westvoorne with 164.3 thousand euros. This is followed by Lansingerland (142) and Molenlanden (137.1).

The national top three is completed after Bloemendaal by the North Holland Laren (375.6 thousand euros) and Rozendaal (299.1).

According to Statistics Netherlands, the average assets in 2019 are 12 thousand euros higher than in 2018. This is mainly because homes have continued to increase in value. The assets are back above the level of 2008 when an economic crisis broke out


The CBS calculates assets based on financial assets (bank balances and securities), real estate and business assets. Possession of cash, expensive consumer goods, and jewelry and antiques do not count.


New pandemic social support with a maximum duration of six months

The Government proposes that the new social benefit for those who lost income due to the pandemic should have a maximum duration of six months, which can be followed or interpolated, Dinheiro Vivo learned from the source of the negotiations.

The new support is on the table and the parties of the parliamentary left are opening up, but the minimum value, the period of application and the calculation formula are still open matters. For example, the Executive wants to limit the duration of support to six months, except for workers in which the unemployment benefit has ended, but the Bloc defends that the benefit lasts for the entire next year, with an assessment being made.

The reference value for the new benefit would be the poverty line, that is, no one could have an income below 502 euros.

The proposal that the Executive presented in the scope of the negotiations for the State budget 2021 points to a minimum value of 50 euros, rising to 219.4 euros for those who had losses equal to or greater than 1 Social Support Index (IAS) that it is currently at 438.81 euros, but which should be updated in 2021, counting on the commitment made in the Great Options of the 2021-2023 Plan.

The minimum value is considered too low by former “contraption” partners. For example, in the reply sent to the Government, BE argues that the minimum threshold is 0.5 IAS (or 219.4 euros, considering the value of this year’s index).

Who gets it?

The scope of the provision is one of the issues yet to be closed in the negotiations. Dinheiro Vivo knows that Bloco de Esquerda, for example, argues that the beneficiaries of support must be all workers who have lost income due to the crisis and do not have access to unemployment benefits.


Was offered Rp. 3 billion, Inspector General Bonaparte asked for Rp. 7 billion to delete Djoko Tjandra’s Red Notice – The Bareskrim Polri legal team answered the argument of the petition submitted by Napoleon Bonaparte in the pretrial proceeding trial that took place at the District Court Jakarta South, Tuesday (29/9).

At this trial, the Bareskrim Polri legal team said that Napoleon, who at that time served as the Head of Police Hubinter Division, had agreed to an agreement worth IDR 7 billion to remove Djoko Tjandra’s red notice on April 13, 2020.

They continued that the agreement occurred between Napoleon Bonaparte and Tommy Sumardi, who was also a suspect of gratification in the removal of red notice Djoko Tjandra. This fact is known over Police do research.

It should be noted that in the agreement, the initial value of the money offered was Rp 3 billion. However, this figure was canceled so the agreement met at Rp. 7 billion.

“The fact of the Petitioner’s actions is that after a meeting of an agreement about the amount that was originally Rp. 3 billion, which was finally agreed upon to be Rp. 7 billion,” answered the legal team of the Police Criminal Investigation Unit.

They continued, the Rp7 billion worth of money was given in US Dollar and Singapore Dollar denominations gradually. Furthermore, the Bareskrim Polri camp stated that it had adjusted a number of quality evidence such as witness testimony, as well as other documentary evidence.

“CCTV evidence clearly saw that the money was handed over to the applicant. The handover of the money has implications for making decisions that are more favorable to the bribe giver,” said the Bareskrim Polri legal team in a pretrial hearing at the South Jakarta District Court, Tuesday (29/9).

Thus, the Bareskrim Polri legal team asked the judge to reject all the arguments put forward by Napoleon as the petitioner. Not only that, the defendant also did not answer one by one the petitions read out at the previous trial.

“That the respondent firmly rejects all the arguments for the pre-trial petition submitted by the petitioner, except for those that have been expressly acknowledged by the respondent,” they replied.

Call No Evidence of Bribery

At the previous hearing which was held on Monday (28/9), the Napoleon Bonaparte camp read out a petition letter before the panel of judges. They considered that Bareskrim Polri as the defendant did not have proof of receiving a bribe against his client.

“The Petitioner also believes that until now investigators do not have evidence of bribery as is suspected in the criminal articles listed in the investigation warrant,” said Napoleon’s attorney, Putri Maya Rumanti, reading out the petition.

Putri added that a lawsuit was also filed so that the status of the suspect who abused his client could be tested in a pretrial hearing. Tal was only that, he said that Napoleon did not accept bribes or money from a number of parties in the case.

“The Petitioners have never received bribes or promises of any kind related to red notice on behalf of Djoko S Tjandra,” he continued.

Putri continued, before entering the investigation stage, the Police as the defendant was said to not have sufficient evidence to charge the suspect as stipulated in Article 184 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

The pretrial lawsuit was filed by Napoleon on September 2, 2020. The South Jakarta District Court had previously scheduled an inaugural hearing on Monday (21/7/2020).

In the case of alleged gratification related to the removal of red notice Djoko Tjandra, so far the investigators from the Directorate of Criminal and Criminal Investigation have named four suspects. The four suspects, namely, former Head of Police Hubinter Head of Police Inspector General of Police, Napoleon Bonaparte, Kakorwas PPNS Bareskrim Polri Brigadier General Pol Prasetijo Utomo, Djoko Tjandra and Tommy Sumardi.

Investigators have named Djoko Tjandra and Tommy as suspects who gave gratuities or bribes. Meanwhile, Napoleon and Prastijo were named as suspects who received bribes.

In the disclosure of the case, the investigators had confiscated a number of evidences. Some of the pieces of evidence that were confiscated were USD 20 thousand, documents, cellphones, laptops and CCTV.

Meanwhile, the investigators themselves plan to hand over the case files to the Indonesian Attorney General’s Office in the near future.

After previously the Attorney General’s Office returned the case file to investigators because it was deemed incomplete or P19.