Sport for 2036: Indonesia is planning Olympic advertising
Alphabet share with win: Google mother grows-profit goes back
The Google mother Alphabet has opened its books for the past business district. © provided by finanzen.net yasuyoshi chiba/afp/getty images Google also feels the downturn in the online advertising market: the business grew more slowly in the past quarter and the profit of the parent company Alphabet was significantly back. At the same time, the online giant demonstrated that it is well positioned to get better than smaller competitors through the market weakness.
A possible German application for the 2036 Summer Olympics could receive competition from Indonesia.
is planning a possible German acquisition for the Summer Olympics 2036, competition from Indonesia - from a city that has not even existed: Like President Joko Widodo, according to the Insibethegames industry portal confirmed, the South Asian island state wants to apply for the games with Nusantara.
Nusantara is a plan city that is currently under construction on the island of Borneo, which is to be opened in 2024 and replaces the megametropolis Jakakarta as the capital of the 274 million inhabitant country. With Jakarta, Indonesia had already tried around the 2032 summer games, which ultimately went to Brisbane.
As the government announced by Widodo, numerous sports facilities are to be built in the course of an application, which should give the city of Nusantara an infrastructural push.
Marcos to visit Singapore and Indonesia in September .
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will make a state visit to Singapore next month at the invitation of Singapore President Halimah Yacob, immediately after a trip to Indonesia. In response to media queries, a spokesperson for Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Friday (August 19) that the visit would take place on September 6-7. "We look forward to welcoming President Marcos to Singapore." On Friday, Inquirer reported that Press Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles said Marcos will make state visits to Indonesia (September 4-6) and Singapore.