Download AMAN Application from Apple store and Google play                                Follow us on : Twitter - Facebook - YouTube - Instagram

STATUTES GENERAL ASSEMBLY SECRETARY GENERAL CONTACTS Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram
Daily News
MedNEWS HOME
APS - Belhimer: Public media must be 'thouroughly' reorganized
APS - ALGIERS- Minister of Communication, Government Spokesman, Ammar Belhimer called on the public audiovisual and written for a thorough...
APS - Covid-19: Over 2,700 artists benefited from financial aid
APS-ALGIERS-A total of 2,795 artists benefited from a financial aid as part of the support operation to the people affected...
APS - Goods' prices: Exports down by 14.3%, imports up by 1.3% in 1st quarter of 2020
APS-ALGIERS- Export prices of goods in dinars, including hydrocarbons, recorded a drop of 14.3% during the first quarter of 2020...
NNA - Middle East Airlines-Air Liban receives first A321neo
NNA-Middle East Airlines-Air Liban received from Airbus Factory in Hamburg-Germany the first A321neo.
The aircraft was delivered in the presence of...
NNA - وزارة الصحة: 166 اصابة كورونا جديدة رفعت عدد الحالات المثبتة الى 2344
وطنية - اعلنت وزارة الصحة العامة تسجيل 166 اصابة كورونا جديدة رفعت العدد التراكمي للحالات المثبتة الى 2344
(مراجعة الصور البياتية)
NNA - Hariri Hospital: 5 critical cases, 378 tests performed
NNA-Rafic Hariri University Hospital announced on Sunday,in its daily report on the latest COVID-19 developments, that the number of examinations...
APS - وسائل الإعلام العمومية مدعوة لإعادة تنظيم نفسها 'بعمق'
APS - الجزائر - دعا وزير الاتصال، الناطق الرسمي للحكومة، عمار بلحيمر، وسائل الإعلام العمومية السمعية البصرية والمكتوبة إلى إعادة تنظيم نفسها "بعمق" حسب المقتضيات الجديدة التي تستلزم تحديثها وتحويلها...
APS - كوفيد-19: استفادة أزيد من 2700 فنان من إعانة مالية
APS - الجزائر - تحصل 2795 فنان من مساعدة مالية في إطار عملية دعم الفنانين المتضرّرين من وباء كورونا، حسبما أفاد به الديوان الوطني لحقوق المؤلف والحقوق المجاورة (أوندا)....
APS - انخفاض أسعار الصادرات بـ 14.3% وارتفاع أسعار الواردات بـ 1.3% في الثلاثي الأول من 2020
APS - الجزائر - سجلت أسعار تصدير السلع بالدينار، بما في ذلك المحروقات، انخفاضا بنسبة 14.3% خلال الثلاثي الأول من سنة 2020، مقارنة بالفترة نفسها من سنة 2019، فيما عرفت...
NNA - Ambassador Khalil Karam elected President of (SMLH)
NNA - The administrative body society of the members of the Legion of Honor in Lebanon, elected Ambassador Khalil Karam...
NNA - مستشفى الحريري: 5 حالات حرجة وإجراء 378 فحص
وطنية - أفاد مستشفى رفيق الحريري الجامعي، في تقريره اليومي عن آخر المستجدات حول فيروس كورونا Covid- 19، والذي يبين بالأرقام الحالات الموجودة في مناطق العزل والحجر داخل المستشفى، أن...
APS - Belhimer: les médias publics doivent se réorganiser 'de manière profonde'
APS - ALGER - Le ministre de la Communication, porte-parole du gouvernement, Ammar Belhimer a appelé les médias publics audiovisuels...
APS - Covid-19: plus de 2.700 artistes ont bénéficié d'une aide financière
APS-ALGER-Un total de 2.795 artistes ont bénéficié d’une aide financière dans le cadre de l’opération de soutien aux personnes impactées...
APS - Marchandises-prix: baisse de 14,3 % à l'exportation, hausse de 1,3 % à l'importation au 1er trimestre 2020
APS - ALGER - Les prix à l'exportation des marchandises en dinars, hydrocarbures compris, ont enregistré une baisse de 14,3%,...
NNA - الرئيس اناستاسياديس: قرار تحويل آيا صوفيا إلى مسجد هو استفزاز للعالم المتحضر
وكالة الأنباء القبرصية - قبرص / نيقوسيا - مهى ميخائيل
كتب رئيس الجمهورية في تغريدة له على تويتر أن تحويل آيا صوفيا إلى مسجد هو استفزاز آخر للعالم المتحضر والهيئات الدولية...
Lusa - Business News - Cabo Verde: Interilhas rejects controversy over maritime connections




Praia, Nov. 20, 2019 (Lusa) - The executive director of CV Interilhas, which has had the concession of maritime transport in Cabo Verde since August, said that there have been improvements but regrets the often unfair controversy involving the company, led by Portuguese firm Transinsular.
CV Interilhas has transported 140,000 passengers between all the islands of Cabo Verde since 16 August, above initial expectations, but has been targeted by criticism from the opposition to the alleged lack of transparency in the award of the concession, for 20 years, and by systematic complaints, especially on social networks, of passengers unhappy with the service.
"We strongly believe in this project, which is very intelligent and without any political connotation and which, I think, has the conditions to better serve the population. That is what attracts and stimulates us every day, despite so much controversy, we often find a little unfair. But we must listen to them and try to learn from them [complaints]," said Paulo Lopes, executive administrator of the Interilhas CV.
The new company that manages the concession of the public service of maritime transport of passengers and cargo, according to a tender launched in late 2018 by the Cape Verdean government, is led by the Portuguese Transinsular (from the ETE group), which holds a share of 51% of CV Interilhas. The remaining 49% is owned by Cape Verdean shipowners, who also supply ships to ensure connections.
In an interview with Lusa, he said that there is still much to improve in this new model, which has five ships chartered by CV Interilhas, especially from Cape Verdean shipowners, but regrets the complaints.
For Paulo Lopes, the most important thing is knowing how to learn from these complaints.
CV Interilhas will receive compensation of €3.3 million from the Cape Verdean state in 2020, to support the costs of the loss-making connections it currently provides.
"Since our operating result has been much higher than what was projected, let us say we are comfortable with these amounts [of state compensation]," he said.
Lusa reported in October that the government expects to spend an additional 11.5% on subsidies paid through the state budget next year, compared to 2019, an increase justified by the increase in compensation for maritime transport lines that run a deficit.
The information is contained in the draft law of the state budget for 2020, providing a total budget allocation of 645 million escudos (€5.8 million) for subsidies.
This is an increase of 11.5% compared to the estimated implementation of the 2019 budget, justified in this proposal, essentially by the increase in the amount planned to make compensatory compensation for loss-making maritime lines.
This compensation, which in 2020 will rise to 368 million escudos (€3.3 million), represents an increase of more than 22% compared to 2019 and will be financed through revenues allocated to the Autonomous Fund for Development and Safety of Maritime Transport.
PVJ/RIPE/IMYN // ADB.
Lusa


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2019-11-21 09:02:54







 

Copyright © Alliance of Mediterranean News Agencies 2017