The Bank of Cyprus sent notifications to the Russians about the closure of their accounts, the Italian technology brand Candy suspended the work of a plant in Kirov, Yandex began hiring philologists to train the Russian analogue of ChatGPT and other news on April 19 .

Bank Of Cyprus closes Russian accounts, Yandex hires philologists to train neural networks: the main thing April 19


  • The largest bank in Cyprus, Bank Of Cyprus, sent notices to the Russians about closing their accounts within two months.


  • Italian brand Candy, owned by China’s Haier, amid declining demand and increased competition from cheaper Chinese and Russian equipment brands, has suspended work at a plant in Kirov, Kommersant reports.
  • The Avtodom dealer group has completed an agreement to buy the Russian business of German automaker Mercedes-Benz, including a plant in the Moscow region, Interfax reported.
  • The Russian stores of the Spanish lingerie and homewear seller Women’secret, which have been closed for a year, may resume their activity under the same brand, Kommersant has learned.
  • Yandex began to hire philologists, journalists and teachers to teach the Russian analogue of ChatGPT. Both VK and Rostelecom became interested in such specialists.
  • Sberbank will completely abandon American ATMs within two to three years. If necessary, the bank can switch to other ATMs faster, writes Kommersant.

Services and technologies

  • MyOffice introduced the Russian analogue of Microsoft Teams – the digital workspace for collaboration Squadus.


RB team

Source: RB

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