The flow of Russian tourists to Turkey grew by 19% over the year, but has not yet recovered to pre-Covid levels, Tinkoff Investments mistakenly canceled a tenfold commission, Richard Branson is creating a coalition of “Planetary Guardians” and RB talks about the main business events of this day.
The flow of summer tourists from Russia to Turkey grew by 19% over the year and amounted to 2.56 million people, but has not yet reached pre-pandemic levels. The main reason for the slow growth is the high cost of vacations.
Hollywood studios are close to reaching an agreement with striking writers and actors (Bloomberg).
The Russian government has allocated an additional 45 billion rubles to support farmers. This money will allow to subsidize more than 40 thousand preferential loans.
Tinkoff Investments admitted that it wrongly charged a 15% fee instead of 1.5% for over-the-counter transactions with frozen FinEx funds.
Tesla is considering building its plant in Thailand, Prime Minister Settha Thaweesin said.
Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson announced the creation of the Planetary Guardians coalition: 14 people will look for ways to protect the Earth, including from climate change.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched 22 more Starlink Internet satellites into orbit.
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