Rohlík.cz expanduje na Moravě, nový sklad v Brně s dvojnásobnou plochou bude sloužit i jako lékárna a pekárna

Logistika - iHned - Pá, 03/27/2020 - 16:59
Společnost Rohlík.cz rozšiřuje své působení na Moravě. Stávající prostory v Brně už online supermarketu nestačí, proto podepsal další smlouvu s developerem CTP na pronájem přibližně dvojnásobné plochy v novém průmyslovém parku Brno Líšeň. Do nové...
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Nový jednatel Mediaprint & Kapa Pressegrosso posílí spolupráci s vydavateli

Logistika - iHned - Pá, 03/27/2020 - 09:30
Distributor tisku Mediaprint & Kapa Pressegrosso má od 5. března nového jednatele Jana Stibůrka. Jeho jmenování potvrdila valná hromada společnosti. Ve vedení nahrazuje Radka Vaňkáta, který firmu řídil jako jednatel od roku 2010. Jan Stibůrek...
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Nový jednatel Mediaprint & Kapa Pressegrosso posílí spolupráci s vydavateli

Moderní řízení - iHned - Pá, 03/27/2020 - 09:30
Distributor tisku Mediaprint & Kapa Pressegrosso má od 5. března nového jednatele Jana Stibůrka. Jeho jmenování potvrdila valná hromada společnosti. Ve vedení nahrazuje Radka Vaňkáta, který firmu řídil jako jednatel od roku 2010. Jan Stibůrek...
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Russia’s economy is isolated from the global rout

The Economist - Europe - Čt, 03/26/2020 - 11:03

VLADIMIR PUTIN is no doubt feeling smug. The Russian economy ought to be in crisis, but it is not. Covid-19 is causing a global meltdown. The price of oil has slumped below $30 a barrel, half what it was two months ago. Oil and gas traditionally account for two-thirds of Russian exports. That has sent the rouble sliding. The currency has lost nearly a third of its value since early January.

Yet even as the world’s richest countries are in turmoil, taking on vast sums of debt to cushion the blow, Russia’s economy shows few signs of panic. This is not because Russia has diversified, defeated corruption, protected property rights, or boosted competition, investment or growth. It has done none of those things. Rather, the Russian economy is less sensitive to the shock because it has already been self-isolating for the past six years. Ever since Mr Putin illegally annexed Crimea and fomented war in Ukraine, the West has imposed sanctions on Russia and Russia has imposed sanctions on the West.

Since then, the aim of Russia’s macroeconomic policy has been not to foster growth but rather to build a fortress economy that could withstand a severe shock. Underpinning this policy was a fiscal rule in 2017 that required the budget to balance with an oil price slightly over $40 a barrel. Anything above that figure was funnelled into...

Kategorie: Evropa, Souhrn

Germany offers cash for everyone

The Economist - Europe - Čt, 03/26/2020 - 10:33

IT WAS SHAPING up to be a bumper year for the Hotel Esplanade in Dortmund. On February 13th its owners threw a big party to celebrate a €2.5m ($2.7m) extension, and to mark the moment that Katja Kortmann took over as manager from her retiring father. Two weeks later the cancellations began: first a trickle, then a tidal wave of up to 300 a day. On March 27th the Esplanade will close its doors to guests and send its 40 staff home. The plan is to reopen on April 19th, but Ms Kortmann doubts that will happen. “It’s just tragic,” she says.

Desperate times, desperate measures. On March 25th Germany’s MPs—sitting the requisite two metres apart in the Bundestag—backed an extraordinary set of policies designed to shield the country’s workers and companies from the worst ravages of the virus. Even sceptical observers have been surprised by the government’s speed and boldness. Its package, the most comprehensive in Europe, includes several elements, some of them dusted off from previous crises.

Chief among them is an expansion of Kurzarbeit (short-time work), under which the state pays 60-67% of the forgone wages of workers whose hours are cut. The scheme, copied across Europe, helped Germany avoid mass lay-offs in 2008-09, but Ms Kortmann’s experience shows how things will differ this time. In the...

Kategorie: Evropa, Souhrn

Why Dutch swear words are so poxy

The Economist - Europe - Čt, 03/26/2020 - 10:33

IN MOST LANGUAGES, if someone said you had cancer, it would be a diagnosis. In Dutch, it is more likely to be an insult. Kankerlijer (“cancer-sufferer”) is one of a long list of Dutch profanities and expletives derived from diseases. An undesirable person might be told to “typhus off” (optyfussen) or “get consumption” (krijg de tering). If in (American) English you laugh your ass off, in Dutch you might “laugh yourself the pleurisy” (lachen je de pleuris). No one in England has been called a “poxy bitch” for centuries, but in the Netherlands you can still call someone a pokkenteef. A damned long way is a klereneind (“cholera-end”). And so on.

Because expletives are based on social taboos, in most cultures they are linked to sex, excrement or religion. Many Dutch swear words are as well, but they often feel weaker than the medical ones. Schijt is less like its English cognate and more like the gentler French merde. Mierenneuker (“ant-fucker”) is an anodyne expression for someone who fusses over details. “Whore” is an insult in Dutch too, but when the rapper Lil’ Kleine had a beef with pop singer Anouk last autumn, he went...

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Spain has suffered more covid-19 deaths than any country save Italy

The Economist - Europe - Čt, 03/26/2020 - 10:03

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WITH ITS carefully spaced empty white beds laid across the dark floor, the pavilion of Madrid’s exhibition centre looked like an installation left over from last month’s contemporary art fair. In fact it is a field hospital, set up by the army in 18 hours on March 22nd. Three days later it housed more than 300 coronavirus patients, and was being expanded to take up to 5,500. It is the front line in what Spain’s Socialist prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has called “the most serious situation the country has faced since the civil war”.

After Italy, Spain is the country worst hit by covid-19, with 49,515 cases and 3,647 dead as of March 26th, with both numbers still rising steeply. It has now overtaken China on the death count. Officials see this week as crucial. With the health system in Madrid, the centre of the outbreak, close to breaking point, the government hopes that a state of emergency and lockdown imposed on March 14th will ensure that the peak...

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Why does Germany’s death rate look better than Italy’s?

The Economist - Europe - Čt, 03/26/2020 - 10:03

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A NEW PASTIME has emerged among people stuck at home: obsessively tracking how their country’s covid-19 death toll compares with those of their neighbours. Some divide the deaths by the number of reported cases of the disease to get a supposed fatality rate. That, in turn, often leads to the premature conclusion that some European countries are spectacularly better than others at keeping people with covid-19 alive.

Take Italy and Germany. On March 25th Italy had recorded 74,386 cases of covid-19 and 7,503 deaths, the highest number in the world. Germany’s tally that day stood at 37,323 cases and just 206 deaths. Going by these figures, the fatality rate would seem to be around 20 times higher in Italy than in Germany. In fact, this is a spurious number, for several reasons.

First, in any country the number of confirmed covid-19 cases is an unknown fraction of the actual number of cases. Both Italy and Germany have been testing lots of...

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How grasshoppers triumphed over ants in Europe

The Economist - Europe - Čt, 03/26/2020 - 09:03

TO EXPLAIN A complicated story, it helps to have a fable. Those who watched the last euro-zone crisis often turned to Aesop’s story of the ant, who worked hard all summer ahead of the coming winter, and the grasshopper, who lazed about during warm weather only to come begging for a handout when the cold arrived. The euro zone, in this simplistic telling, was split between ants and grasshoppers. On the one side were rich, northern countries such as Germany that reformed their economies and spent little during the long summer of the 2000s. On the other were profligate grasshoppers, such as Greece and Italy, that ran up chunky deficits or left their inefficient economies untouched, causing misery when the financial crisis hit. For the ants, this was vindication. When the grasshoppers came begging, they were forced to live like ants, with strict rules on spending and often painful economic reform. Chirps of complaint were ignored. Ants ruled.

Less than a decade later and the grasshoppers are in the ascendant. EU member states have agreed to rip up spending rules to cope with the economic wreckage caused by covid-19. Governments have gorged themselves at a fiscal buffet. Spain launched a stimulus worth 3% of GDP. France put out extra spending amounting to 2% of GDP. Even Germany, the queen of the ant colony, has joined in. Berlin burst...

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We’re hiring

Economist - International - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:03

Writers wanted: The Economist is looking for an international correspondent based in London; and also for paid interns to work on the foreign desk. For details, go to economist.com/foreignjobs

Kategorie: Souhrn, Svět

Scientists and industry are dashing to make more ventilators

Economist - International - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:03

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ONE OF THE most worrying symptoms of covid-19 is the way the coronavirus attacks the lungs of those infected. This means some patients need a ventilator to help them breathe until their lungs recover. But there is a dire shortage of these machines in hospitals, so intensive-care units will be overwhelmed. Urged on by worried governments, ventilator manufacturers are working flat out and forming partnerships with carmakers, aerospace firms and others to boost output as fast as possible.

But their efforts will still be not enough to meet soaring demand. So hope is riding on scores of new projects to develop breathing devices that could be made rapidly by non-specialist companies and small workshops. These are mostly simpler devices; some could even be assembled by DIY enthusiasts. The response to this call to arms is unprecedented.

Yet difficulties and dangers lie ahead. At present ventilation is about the only way doctors have to treat...

Kategorie: Souhrn, Svět

Crowdsourcing to fight covid-19

Economist - International - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:03

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“WE ARE TRYING to fly the plane while we are building it.” That is how Richard Hunt from America’s department of health described caring for patients seriously ill with covid-19 in a training session on the subject on March 24th. The session was webcast to almost 2,000 people in 39 countries (most were in America). The questions sent in advance filled 25 pages, said Mr Hunt.

The thirst for clinical guidance is desperate. Three months after doctors in the Chinese city of Wuhan encountered the world’s first covid-19 patients, medics in more than 150 countries are treating growing numbers. British scientists reckon that 4.4% of those infected will need hospitalisation; about one in three of those requires treatment in an intensive-care unit (ICU). Doctors in ICUs treat severe pneumonia, the hallmark of a serious case of covid-19, all the time. But with this new disease they do not yet know which changes in a patient’s symptoms, blood tests or vital signs...

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Sedm zásad pro ekonomiku doby koronaviru

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Čeká nás velmi těžké období. Když ale za­reagujeme rychle a nezapomeneme na širší souvislosti, tak jím nakonec projdeme v pořádku. 1. Zmrazit, ochránit a pak probudit Ekonomiku zpomalit, zmrazit a přitom uchovat co nejvíce zaměstnaneckých vazeb v...
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Česko hledá návod, jak uzdravit ekonomiku. Nejpravděpodobnějším lékem budou masivní zásahy státu

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Koronavirová epidemie přináší české ekonomice hluboký pokles: zahraniční obchod se bortí, firmy zavírají výrobní linky a mnohé služby přestaly fungovat úplně. A podle epidemiologů bohužel existuje i černý scénář: může totiž přijít druhá či třetí...
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Přehled vládních opatření: Stát pomůže firmám se mzdami a pozastaví EET

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Vláda v pondělí schválila několik zásadních opatření na podporu firem a jejich zaměstnanců před dopady koronavirové krize. Pomoc je určena pro podnikatele i velké firmy, které mohou v době epidemie počítat nejen s úlevami při odvádění daní a...
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Příležitostí je nyní nespočet, stačí je využít, říká investor Daniel Gladiš

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Současný vývoj na akciových trzích nabízí investorům obrovské příležitosti, které byly k vidění naposledy za poslední finanční krize v roce 2009. Podle českého investora Daniela Gladiše, šéfa investiční společnosti Vltava Fund, vyletí některé akcie...
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Ze soudních sporů se stává byznys. I v Česku se už do nich dá investovat

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Soudní spory se začínají stávat lukrativním byznysem. Spotřebitelé nemají na to, aby platili drahé soudní poplatky a náklady na advokáty, podniky si v nich zase nechtějí vázat peníze. A tak se už i v Česku začínají objevovat společnosti, které za ně...
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Svět je v karanténě, začíná hvězdná hodina on-line učitele Salmana Khana

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Minuty na hodiny, centimetry na metry. Banální převody, které v roce 2004 tehdy dvanáctileté Nadie Khanové činily při hodinách matematiky velké problémy. Takže rodina hledala doučovatele. Našel se v Bostonu. Stal se jím bratránek Salman, finanční...
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Virus zabiják a virus kamikaze

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Současná pandemie pochopitelně vede k tomu, že její původce je vnímán jako podlý zabiják, který má masové vraždění vepsané v genomu, ale to je nejspíš omyl. Virus je parazit, což znamená, že je na svém hostiteli závislý − a to je důvod, proč...
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Hledá se lék proti zákeřnému viru, před vědci je ale ještě dlouhá cesta

Ekonom - iHned - St, 03/25/2020 - 23:00
Největší problém současné virové epidemie je, že všechno, co může v dané chvíli medicína nabídnout, je jen potlačování projevů a boj s druhotnými infekcemi. Skutečný lék se snaží najít řada špičkových pracovišť, ale cesta k němu nebude krátká ani...
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