first_imgDue to the consequences caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) enabled tourist communities to finance current operations and settle short-term liabilities through the “Working Capital” lending program implemented through commercial banks.  For loans with a repayment period of 5 years or less, it is possible to grant a grace period of up to 1 year, and for loans up to 6 years, a grace period of 2 years is granted. The fixed interest rate for short-term and short-term revolving loans is 2,00% per annum, while for long-term loans 3,50% per annum. Find out more details about the terms of lending through HBOR HEREcenter_img Attachment: HBOR / Download the full text of the program “CURRENT ASSETS” / / / HBOR INTEREST-FREE LOANS SECURED FOR ENTREPRENEURS IN THE TOURIST SECTORlast_img read more


first_imgELLSWORTH — The George Stevens Academy baseball team bounced back from last week’s loss to Mattanawcook (7-3) to win its past three games.Most recently, the Eagles (10-1) knocked off Orono (5-6) on Monday. Jacob Keenan struck out five over five innings to secure the 9-3 win for GSA.Keenan and Dakota Chipman sparked the Eagles’ offense, combining for five hits and four RBIs. GSA took the lead for good in the first inning, scoring two runs on a homer by Keenan.On Friday, Beckett Slayton struck out 11 to lead GSA past Washington Academy (6-4) for the 3-2 win. Tyler Snow had two singles and an RBI to pace the Eagles’ offense.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBucksport 5, Central 1Bucksport (5-5) has also won its past three games, notching its most recent victory on Tuesday over Central (5-6).Foxcroft 16, Ellsworth 1Jack Lee, Jared Hamilton and Hunter Cote paced Ellsworth (3-7) with a hit each en route to their loss to Foxcroft (8-3) on Tuesday.Searsport 6, Sumner 2Nathan Donovan led Sumner (3-7) with a fifth inning RBI-single en route to its loss to Searsport (9-2) on Monday.DI-S 14, Jonesport-Beals 0Deer Isle-Stonington (3-4) rolled past Jonesport-Beals (0-7) on Monday.Sumner 10, DI-S 1Sumner beat DI-S on Saturday.MDI 3, Hermon 1Mount Desert Island (4-6) topped Hermon (9-2) on Friday.Sumner 5, Orono 4Sumner edged Orono on Friday.Old Town 2, Ellsworth 0Kaleb Gifford threw 83 pitches in a complete-game effort for Old Town (9-1) to shut out Ellsworth on Friday.For Ellsworth, Conner Wagstaff pitched six strong innings, allowing eight hits and an earned run. Avery Anderson, Hunter Cote, Sam Giffin and Austin Baron each had a hit.Bucksport 8, WA 4Andy Ames doubled, singled twice and drove in two runs to lead Bucksport past WA on Thursday. Chase Carmichael added two singles and scored three runs while John Allan had a single, double and an RBI.MDI 3, Hermon 1Dylan Collins scattered six hits, striking out three in a complete-game effort to pace MDI past Hermon (9-2) on Thursday.Riley Swanson and Jacob Mitchell each singled while driving in runs for MDI. Nick Stanley singled and scored a run.Bucksport 10, Sumner 0Bucksport tallied runs in each inning to roll past Sumner on Wednesday.Andy Allan led Bucksport with three hits and two RBIs. Chase Carmichael had two hits and an RBI, and Hayden Craig had a two-run double. Noah Lenor pitched six strong shutout innings.Issiac Christiansen and Brandon Grinnan led Sumner with two hits each.last_img read more


first_imgA380 to run Guangzhou-Sydney route from October. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T. China Southern will utilise one of its five A380s on the Guangzhou-Sydney route as part of a major overhaul to Australian operations.The A380 will begin flying the route on 27 October 2013, replacing the current A330-300.“Australia remains our most important overseas market and the test bed for our global strategy,” China Southern executive vice president Chen Gang said.Both Melbourne and Sydney will receive China Southern’s latest A330-300 and A330-200 aircraft, containing flatbeds in business and personal screens throughout, by the end of October this year.The airline introduced new A330-223 aircraft on Brisbane and Perth routes earlier this month.Australian and New Zealand passengers travelling on the Canton route will soon be able to obtain visa-free entry to Guangzhou.“Our Canton Route via Guangzhou is the new and exciting way for Australians to fly and we are absolutely thrilled that they will soon be able to stop over in this vibrant city with a free transit permit for up to 72 hours to try some authentic Cantonese Yum Cha, enjoy the local culture and shop ‘til they drop,” Mr Chen said.last_img read more