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  • 2021年04月08日
    Hanover Fair 2021

    08 April 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: Jochen Köckler, CEO of Deutsche Messe AG, gives a TV interview in the studio for the broadcast of the digital version of Hannover Messe. This year, the Hannover Messe industrial trade fair aims to establish itself as the leading digital platform for industrial change. Due to Corona, the world‘s largest industrial show takes place entirely online. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月18日
    Middle East News - March 18, 2021

    March 18, 2021, Gaza city, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory: Palestinian workers demolish an old house, in Gaza city on March 18, 2021. A difficult year is already assured even with no further escalation of public health measures. While some measures to curb the movements and gatherings are still in place, the great majority of activity remains open. Assuming that the lockdowns remain limited, the severe first half contraction will likely avoid repetition, though not sufficiently to offset the losses in the first half. Consequently, GDP for 2020 is expected to contract by about 8%. A modest bounce back is expected in the forecast period with growth averaging 2.5% as full normalization of activity is not expected to occur before the second half of 2021. The poverty rate is projected to stall around 27.5% in 2021 (Credit Image: © Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Mahmoud Ajjour/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月16日
    International public tender for the new bridge in Porto, Portugal - 16 Mar 2021

    March 16, 2021, Porto, Portugal: Tiago Braga, CEO of the Board of Directors of Metro do Porto gives the inaugural speech during the ceremony at Gardens of Palácio de Cristal..The Board of Directors of Metro do Porto, SA carried out the assignment of works for the new lines - pink line and extension of the yellow line. At the same time the international public tender for the new bridge over the Douro river took place. The event was attended by Prime Minister, António Costa, Minister for Environment and Climate Action, João Pedro Matos Fernandes and Secretary of State for Mobility, Eduardo Pinheiro. The tender represents the opening of a contest of ideas for the des. (Credit Image: © Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月16日
    International public tender for the new bridge in Porto, Portugal - 16 Mar 2021

    March 16, 2021, Porto, Portugal: Tiago Braga, CEO of the Board of Directors of Metro do Porto gives the inaugural speech during the ceremony at Gardens of Palácio de Cristal..The Board of Directors of Metro do Porto, SA carried out the assignment of works for the new lines - pink line and extension of the yellow line. At the same time the international public tender for the new bridge over the Douro river took place. The event was attended by Prime Minister, António Costa, Minister for Environment and Climate Action, João Pedro Matos Fernandes and Secretary of State for Mobility, Eduardo Pinheiro. The tender represents the opening of a contest of ideas for the des. (Credit Image: © Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月16日
    International public tender for the new bridge in Porto, Portugal - 16 Mar 2021

    March 16, 2021, Porto, Portugal: Tiago Braga, CEO of the Board of Directors of Metro do Porto signing the agreement during the ceremony at Gardens of Palácio de Cristal..The Board of Directors of Metro do Porto, SA carried out the assignment of works for the new lines - pink line and extension of the yellow line. At the same time the international public tender for the new bridge over the Douro river took place. The event was attended by Prime Minister, António Costa, Minister for Environment and Climate Action, João Pedro Matos Fernandes and Secretary of State for Mobility, Eduardo Pinheiro. The tender represents the opening of a contest of ideas for the des. (Credit Image: © Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年03月16日
    International public tender for the new bridge in Porto, Portugal - 16 Mar 2021

    March 16, 2021, Porto, Portugal: The Minister for Environment and Climate Action, João Pedro Matos Fernandes, the Secretary of State for Mobility, Eduardo Pinheiro, the CEO of the Board of Directors of Metro do Porto, Tiago Braga and the Mayors of Porto and Gaia, Rui Moreira and Eduardo Vítor Rodrigues prepare to welcome Prime Minister, António Costa, during the ceremony at Gardens of Palácio de Cristal..The Board of Directors of Metro do Porto, SA carried out the assignment of works for the new lines - pink line and extension of the yellow line. At the same time the international public tender for the new bridge over the Douro river took place. The event was attended by Prime Minister, António Costa, Minister for Environment and Climate Action, João Pedro Matos Fernandes and Secretary of State for Mobility, Eduardo Pinheiro. The tender represents the opening of a contest of ideas for the des. (Credit Image: © Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Teresa Nunes/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イ...

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