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  1. The resilience, innovation and digitization of financial solutions, as well as strategic alliances largely explain the survival of small and large businesses during the pandemic, in addition to the emergence of new ventures and opportunities for sale, diversification and competitiveness. According to a recent study published by the Mastercard Economics Institute called Recovery Insights: Small Business Reset, during the pandemic, after indefinite closures, the number of small and large companies that digitized in Latin America for the first time exceeded 200% in 2020 , reflecting increased demand for an online sales channel, but speaking of resilience and strategic alliances in complex and challenging environments. Only in Mexico, the document points out, 31% of small companies that closed during the pandemic remained closed after six months, 3.6 times more than large companies. This is consistent with projections and trends in the rest of the world, where businesses and companies that closed early in the pandemic were three times more likely to remain closed in the long term than larger companies. However, the mutual support and solidarity characteristic of the productive ecosystem in Latin America, demonstrated that the resilience of its actors -businesses and consumers- could sustain businesses, promote entrepreneurship and open new commercialization channels, through digitization, triggering a pace of learning, adoption and implementation of innovative high-tech financial solutions. In this sense, support for local businesses was also accompanied by mutual recognition between users, clients, suppliers, brand designers, workers and other actors in the production and business chain, as part of the same ecosystem that should be involved and stand up to challenges, including different levels, dimensions, and technical, financial, interest, or degree of difficulty capabilities. Generation of QR codes for transactions, implementation of biometric registration, authentication and access tools for shielding, as well as a complete range of touchless and cashless tools have stimulated more and better businesses, reducing previously recurring eventualities around physical presence, time pressure or the presence of cash. Globally, a third more small and medium-sized industries (SMEs) were created in 2020 compared to 2019, almost eight times the number of large companies created, a trend that in Latin America resulted in new SMEs. Only in Brazil they grew 35% in 2020 compared to 2019, while in Mexico the increase was 13% in 2020 as opposed to 2019. On the other hand, a paradigmatic result is also the strategic impulse of financial leaders such as Mastercard, who pledged to incorporate 50 million small companies and 25 million women entrepreneurs into the digital economy by 2025. Only in Latin America has it introduced a series of initiatives including the launch of Mastercard Digital Partners, a coalition focused on accelerating the digitization of small businesses across the region. Faced with a diverse and challenging financial environment, but also full of opportunities and a voyant compendium of digital financial solutions that are increasingly better designed, modern, secure and easy to use, businesses have a much more convenient and accurate horizon than ever before, in where digitization and strategic allies are part of the same growth step for companies, regardless of their line of business, size or problem. Link:
  2. Napoleón Cabrera, union representative, said that they have asked the Government to pronounce itself in writing until October 26 or the dialogues could be broken. The next few hours are key to know if there will be an agreement between carriers and the Government on fuel prices or if the dialogues break down. This morning, Napoleón Cabrera, president of the National Federation of Mixed and Medium Light Transport of Ecuador and who is part of the transport commission that maintains the dialogues, that on Wednesday night they did not reach any agreement and that they have decided to ask the Government a written communication, until October 26, on the subject of targeting. Otherwise, the dialogue would be broken and the transport federations would be communicated so that each one can make the decisions that are considered necessary. The statements were made by Cabrera in the newscast La hora key del Austro. He explained that the approach of the carriers has been that the price is focused, and not that compensation be delivered. They propose a price of $ 2.39 for extra gasoline and $ 1.70 for diesel. But, according to him, the government plan is practically at international prices, at $ 2.70 for gasoline and diesel at $ 2.10, prices that have been rejected by the Commission. In such a way that this afternoon, the carriers await a new proposal from the Government, as Cabrera said that the intention of the carriers is to exhaust all dialogue options. Additionally, that in the dialogue tables, the carriers have shown the Government that the carrier's operation cannot continue to be maintained with the current price and even worse with the future price that is being raised. They have also indicated that gasoline, at the moment, is more expensive than Colombian. That is why they have asked to be shown with what parameters they are measuring international prices. He also explained that the Ecuadorian gasoline is euro 2, the Colombian euro 4, so it does not make sense that ours is more expensive. He also indicated that the transport sector seeks targeting for all modalities, that is, for the public and commercial. In any case, he said that the Government has already accepted that targeting is for everyone and that it has lowered its aspiration with respect to diesel somewhat. Link:
  3. The study analyzed 575 scientific articles to determine the benefits and harms of these animals, including damage to agriculture and forestry or traffic collisions. An international study in which the Spanish University of Granada (UGR) participates concludes that hoofed animals, such as deer or wild boars, provide increasingly valued benefits compared to the possible damages they generate in their recolonization. Scientists from the UGR (southern Spain) participate in this research focused on analyzing the benefits and conflicts associated with wild ungulates on a global scale, a review to understand the increase in this type of animal in Europe and North America. Ungulates are recolonizing many areas, which according to this study responds to the increasing interaction between these animals and people. The study, led by the Ecology area of the Miguel Hernández University (UMH) of Elche (eastern Spain), analyzed 575 scientific articles to determine the benefits and harms of these animals, among which damage to agriculture and forestry or traffic collisions. According to the researchers, since the beginning of the 21st century, publications on wild ungulates and their interaction with people have increased, but also the benefits reported. Study conclusions In their conclusions, the researchers point out that, despite the negative aspects associated with wild ungulates, in recent years the benefits they bring to socio-ecological systems, such as tourism or habitat maintenance, have become evident. The multidisciplinary team that carried out this study adds that animals also provide benefits in hunting, for their use as food, or in environmental conservation. Scientists from several Spanish universities and from other countries such as the Institute of Nature Conservation Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland), WWF-US (United States), University of British Columbia (Canada) and Leuphana University of Lüneburg (Germany) participated in the research. Link:
  4. Agreement between Ducati and Dorna for the editions of the MotoE World Cup from 2023 Ducati is pleased to announce the beginning of its electric era: from the 2023 season it will be the sole official supplier of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup, the electric category of the MotoGP ™ World Championship. The agreement signed with Dorna Sports, organizer and promoter of the most important international two-wheel championships, lasts until 2026 and, therefore, will cover four editions of the MotoE World Cup. This is a historic step for the Borgo Panigale motorcycle manufacturer that, following its habit of using competition as a laboratory for technologies and solutions that later become a reality for all motorcyclists, enters the world of electric motorcycles from the sector sportier: the one in the electric category of the MotoGP World Championship. The objective is to develop knowledge and technologies in a world in constant evolution such as electricity, through a familiar experience for the company such as competition. This has been an established tradition for the Borgo Panigale company since the Ducati 851, which inaugurated the trend for Ducati racing sports bikes by revolutionizing the concept with its innovative new water-cooled two-cylinder engine, electronic fuel injection. Double overhead camshaft, four-valve cylinder heads, derived from the Ducati 748 IE, which made its drag racing debut at Le Castellet in 1986. Since then, this endless transfer of experience has always occurred since the World Superbike Championships, in which Ducati has participated since the first edition of 1988, and since MotoGP, in which Ducati is the only non-Japanese motorcycle manufacturer to has won a World Championship. That transfer is also evident in the Borgo Panigale manufacturer's most recent and prestigious products: in fact, the Panigale's V4 engine is strictly derived in its entire construction philosophy (from bore and stroke measurements to counter-rotating crankshaft) from the engine that debuted at the Desmosedici GP in 2015. The Granturismo V4 that equips the new Multistrada V4 evolved after the Panigale engine. All vehicle control software is also derived directly from those developed in the racing world. Not to mention the field of aerodynamics. The technological solutions developed in the world of competition, transferred to the products that make up the range, allow Ducati to offer its enthusiasts very high-performance and fun-to-ride motorcycles. The FIM Enel MotoE Championship will not be an exception in this regard either and will allow the company to develop the best technologies and testing methodologies applied to light and powerful sports electric motorcycles. At the same time, the fact that Ducati is part of the Volkswagen Group, which has made electric mobility an essential element of its 2030 "New Auto" strategy, represents the best prerequisite for an extraordinary exchange of knowledge in the field of automotive. electric propulsion systems. The announcement of the agreement was made during a joint press conference in the press room of the Misano World Circuit 'Marco Simoncelli' on the eve of the Grand Prix of Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna, the third to the last round of the World Championship of MotoGP 2021. Present were Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of Dorna Sports, and Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding. Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding: "We are proud of this agreement because, like all the first times, it represents a historic moment for our company. Ducati always projects towards the future and every time it enters a new world, it does so. for the product with the best possible performance. To make available to all participants of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup high-performance electric motorcycles characterized by lightness. It is precisely weight, a fundamental element of sports motorcycles, where the biggest challenge will be played. Lightness has always been in Ducati's DNA and thanks to rapidly evolving battery chemistry and technology we are convinced that we can deliver an excellent result. We test our innovations and our futuristic technology on circuits from all over the world and then we will make interesting and desirable products available to the Ducatists. I am convinced that once "More we will take advantage of the experiences we have had in the world of competition to transfer them and also apply them in series motorcycles". Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of Dorna Sports: “We are very proud to announce Ducati as the new and only manufacturer of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup. With their incredible racing history, it is an honor to welcome this commitment from one of the best-known manufacturers in the paddock and take on this new challenge together. We can't wait to see what the future holds and we continue to see this technology develop and grow, with the MotoGP and MotoE paddock continuing to drive innovation and evolution in the motorcycle industry, while creating an incredible spectacle. on the track ". Claudio Domenicali, Ducati CEO and Carmelo Ezpeleta, Dorna Sports CEO This first step for Ducati in the world of electric motorcycles will also influence the evolution of the product range. Now, the most important challenges in this field continue to be those of size, weight, autonomy of the batteries and availability of charging networks. Ducati's experience at the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup will be a fundamental support for product R&D, along with the physiological evolution of technology and chemistry. The goal is to study how to produce, as soon as technology allows, a Ducati electric vehicle that is sporty, light, exciting and capable of satisfying all enthusiasts. Link:
  5. The members of the first promotion of the Hall of Fame receive their recognition in an event organized by the Spanish Federation and the Diario As They are not all who are, but in the ceremony of the first promotion of the Hall of Fame of Spanish basketball that has been held this afternoon in Seville, they were all who were. Pioneers, benchmarks, examples of talent and individual and collective effort that for generations have contributed to making the sport of the basket great. Living figures, such as Juan Antonio Corbalán, Juan Antonio San Epifanio, Epi, Juan Carlos Navarro, Amaya Valdemoro, Arvidas Sabonis or the members of the 1993 senior team, the former obtaining a gold medal; and others who remain in the memory turned into legends, such as Fernando Martín, coach Antonio Díaz-Miguel or commentator Andrés Montes, have been recognized in an initiative promoted by the Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB) and Diario As. The Cartuja Stadium, the recent venue for the European Football Championship, has welcomed - with a delay of a year, like everything that has been conditioned by the pandemic - to the members of the 2019 class. It has done so the Minister of Education and Sports of the Junta de Andalucía and former national basketball coach and coach, Javier Imbroda. “I was born with a poster of the Spain of the generation of 73 directed by Díaz-Miguel. You have always been a benchmark ”, he said excitedly. This recognition of teachers has been a constant in all the winners, in one example the importance of the communicating vessels between past and future necessary for the evolution of any sport. Jorge Garbajosa, president of the FEB, has highlighted the importance of an event that represents the first stone of the birth of the Hall of Fame with the presence of the protagonists who have cemented Spanish basketball with their feats. An idea in which Vicente Jiménez, director of Diario AS, has abounded, who has stressed that this hall of fame does not reward "a season, but the construction" of this sport in Spain. Antonio Díaz-Miguel has been recognized in memoriam as a coach. Absolute national coach for almost 27 years, he infected the style of American basketball - especially university basketball - in a handful of generations to which he inoculated basketball maturity and made them believe that they could dispute the world basketball scepter dominated by Americans, Russians and Yugoslavs. The historic silver of Los Angeles 84 confirmed his convictions and finished consecrating two of his pupils who have also entered the Hall of Fame like him: Epi and Corbalán. "To speak of this recognition is to speak of a legacy," said the ex-base of Real Madrid and the Spanish team, to whom the president of the Higher Sports Council, José Manuel Franco, presented the award. "Getting the silver medal in Los Angeles changed the course of basketball in Spain," acknowledged Epi, who obtained his golden ball and the insignia from the Executive President of PRISA Media, Carlos Núñez. The forward was for more than 20 years the player with the most caps until he was surpassed by Navarro, the conductor of the Juniors of Gold led by Pau Gasol. “He received many awards, but this is definitely something special. Being with this group of legends who have done so much for basketball means a lot to me, ”Navarro said. Navarro is a benchmark for new generations of footballers, like Amaya Valdemoro, the second player with the most appearances for the senior team, after Laia Palau. She won gold at the 2013 European championship, just 20 years after the women's team led the way at the Eurobasket in Perugia. "He had no female references, only male, except for the generation of '93 which is the one that taught us what it was to win," said Valdemoro. All the members of that team, except Pilar Valero, who has not attended, have been present in Seville to commemorate a historical milestone, as recognized by its captain, Carolina Mujica: “We were not a legendary team, we were simply the first in the basketball team to win a gold medal in Spanish basketball ”. The first to lead the way Valdemoro and the 93 champions have been a stimulus at a time when successes go viral and become close and global. The 93 players led the way in every way. When Maribel Lorenzo, with her height of 1'85, began to play in her native Vigo in the 70s or when María Planas sat down to direct a bench in that same decade or to direct the women's team, the only woman to do so, between 1978 and 1985, there was hardly any media coverage. Both set their own path and therefore occupy a position in the first promotion of the Spanish Basketball Hall of Fame. The first in memorian: he passed away at the age of 34 while training with some friends. "If everything I have done has been a grain of sand for women's basketball, I am satisfied," said Planas, who received the biggest standing ovation of the night with the entire audience standing. Basketball, like all sports, thrives on epics and legends. The private Spanish basketball hall of fame has recognized the Lithuanian Arvidas Sabonis in his category of international player and the late Fernando Martín, the first to step on an NBA parquet. His award was presented by Vicente Jiménez, director of Diario As, to his brother and president of the ACB, Antonio Martín. Martín and Sabonis wore the Portland Trail Blazers jersey and in Spain we were able to enjoy Martín's American adventure in that team thanks to the comments of Ramón Trecet through his program Cerca de las Estrellas. Trecet is another of the first generation members of the FEB hall of fame who has been recognized as a contributor. If Trecet discovered the NBA to the Spanish, Andrés Montes narrated his games with a particular and inimitable style that has earned him recognition in memoriam as a journalist. Juan Cantón, PRISA Media General Director of Press, has presented the golden ball to his sons Nelson and Orson. Others who have entered the Olympus of Spanish basketball have been Anselmo López (in memoriam), promoter of the minibasket in Spain; Emiliano Rodríguez, the first modern national basketball player and member of the mythical generation of '73; the versatile referee Miguel Ángel Betancor; Pedro Ferrándiz, the most successful Spanish coach and founder of the International Center for Basketball Documentation and Research, current headquarters of the FEB Museum in Alcobendas, a city - where Amaya Valdemoro was born - that has also been recognized with an extraordinary award. None of this would have been possible if 100 years ago the Esportiu Laietà Club had not founded the first basketball team in Spain or played the first documented match between two clubs, in December 1922. A century later, its sporting activity has diversified although maintains 13 teams and three schools. That historic dedication has earned him recognition as a contribution. Link:
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