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Stories for November 15th 2013

  • Friday, November 15th 2013 - 17:01 UTC

    EC calls on Spain and Gibraltar for a “constructive dialogue” and cooperation on border controls

    Spain has been forcing long queues and delays in the border with Gibraltar as part of an ongoing dispute over control of the bay's waters

    The European Commission called on Friday for daily cooperation between Gibraltar and Spain regarding the ongoing dispute over border controls and “encourages all relevant authorities to strengthen their constructive dialogue with their counterparts for this purpose”.

  • Friday, November 15th 2013 - 16:27 UTC

    The anonymous millions of dollars spent in Chilean campaign donations

    How much will Sunday's presidential campaign have cost?

    It will come as no surprise to Chileans that some of the country’s biggest companies — and richest families — have donated millions of dollars to presidential and parliamentary campaigns this election season. However, until an investigative report was published last week, people were only able to speculate on the matter, as a law passed in 2003 allows donors and donations to remain completely anonymous.

  • Friday, November 15th 2013 - 16:15 UTC

    Deliver or Die: Financial Survival Challenges for Today’s Junior Oil Companies

    “The only way a junior can truly capitalize their program and fund their growth is through internal generation of cash,” says Nichol, Edge Resources CEO

    Long gone are the days of easy money, so it seems. Junior energy companies are finding today’s capital to be more expensive and harder to access. In the current market, juniors are fighting an ongoing battle just to balance sustainable growth, manage debt, and to compete with peers for dollars that just aren’t there. When assessing a junior, one must look at how they put their budgets together and maintain them if they’re to survive out there in the wild.