The German now feels the move has not worked because European leagues have not followed suit.Boss Poch announced Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has agreed to accept his advice and back European alignment.Most Read In FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by Celtic LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Liverpool, Rangers vs Celtic and Arsenal vs Spurs scores this weekend and win £100Chelsea remain a stand-out in opposition to the move. The Blues’ stance is that clubs can simply say ‘No’ to potential suitors.Prem clubs can debate the issue at the first shareholders meeting of the 20 members on September 12.With a simple majority required, it is expected the matter will be formally put to a vote — with England getting in line with Europe.2 Jurgen Klopp was forced to bring in free agent Adrian when No1 Alisson got injuredCredit: Getty PREMIER LEAGUE clubs will have until September 1 to do their transfer business next summer.The about-turn comes after Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs agreed closing the window early simply had not worked.2 Mauricio Pochettino has been left struggling to maintain his star man Christian Eriksen’s focusCredit: Richard Pelham – The SunEuropean clubs had until yesterday to complete their squads for the new term.Prem sides’ window for registering players shut on August 8, one day before the season started.But August saw Mauricio Pochettino distracted by the Christian Eriksen saga at Spurs.And Liverpool had to bring in Adrian as an emergency back-up for injured keeper Alisson.FIVE OF BIG SIX AGREESo five of the Big Six are now supporting a return.Manchester United and City were outvoted in November after trying to put the Prem in line with Europe.Arsenal had pushed for the early window closure when Arsene Wenger was furious at losing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Liverpool in 2017, two weeks into the season.CHELSEA GOING IT ALONEBut they have now changed their stance.Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was also initially in favour of the early closure.
The Costa Rican Chamber of Industries (CICR) on Wednesday said that next year they will begin a preparatory stage for building an industrial park that will host only small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).The Millennium Industrial Complex will house approximately 40 SMEs that have “export potential,” chamber president Enrique Egloff said.The project is in a planning stage, and CICR experts are outlining logistics including financing strategies and a location.“The exact site has not yet been defined, but it most likely will be somewhere west of the Greater Metropolitan Area,” Egloff said.In coming weeks the CICR will disclose a list of requirements and procedures for businesses to apply for a spot in the park.The industrial complex will be the first of its kind in Costa Rica and initially will be financed by a trust fund created by CICR associates, public banks and international cooperation organizations.The CICR hopes the model can be replicated in other parts of the country. To do so, the chamber will solicit support from public agencies that are part of the government’s SMEs Support Network, including the Foreign Trade Ministry, the Science and Technology Ministry, the Foreign Trade Promotion Office, and the National Training Institute, among others.International aid organizations and partner countries with which Costa Rica has bilateral cooperation agreements also will be invited to join the project.The complex is expected to provide companies with infrastructure and “a number of technological platforms to supply all their logistics, financing, training, marketing, health and other services to facilitate their operations,” Egloff said.The Economy Ministry in 2013 reported that 10,200 SMEs are officially registered in the country, and only 6 percent of them export products or services.SMEs last year produced the equivalent of 33 percent of Costa Rica’s gross domestic product and provided some 30,000 jobs, the Economy Ministry study found. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rica’s capital is the second best city in the region for doing business, World Bank says Costa Rican company begins exporting wood-burning stoves Ticos abroad: Which Costa Rican products do you miss the most? Employment outlook among industrial sector shows no improvement