Parallel Imports

Rising cost of cooking gas pushes Nigerian households to alternative fuel sources

Nigeria has not been able to deepen the penetration and use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in the country although it is theoretically able to produce enough LPG to meet local demand. Although LPG is a safer and more environmentally friendly fuel for cooking food compared to kerosene and charcoal, …

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Washington State: Five Reasons It Should Be On Your Radar

Washington state is the second largest wine region in the United States, but in British terms it has largely stayed under the radar. We summarize five reasons why we think Washington State should be firmly on your radar. Superb value for money One of the most obvious reasons to know …

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Argentina’s central bank will use “all its strength” to tame foreign exchange markets, source says

BUENOS AIRES, July 19 (Reuters) – Argentina’s central bank will use “all its might” to streamline runaway demand for dollars and tame the country’s volatile parallel currency markets, which have heated up due to tight capital controls, a banking source told Reuters. Monday. Earlier this month, the bank tightened the …

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US gas exporters face EU methane restrictions after carbon tax hiatus

U.S. oil and gas exporters have been warned they face yet another toughening of EU pollution control rules despite the exclusion of energy from a series of climate proposals introduced in Brussels last week. The European Commission’s new climate strategy, unveiled on Wednesday, confirmed that while steel, fertilizers and other …

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Replica of obsolete amendments to the NAB law being reintroduced

ISLAMABAD: A copy of a lapsed presidential ordinance on the powers of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is likely to be re-enacted. The ordinance removed from the jurisdiction of the NAB decisions by bureaucrats and public office holders that resulted in no monetary gain and no increase in their assets …

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Lebanon is slowly dying

Lebanon is currently in the throes of the worst economic crisis in its history. There are daily fuel and electricity shortages, a chronic lack of medical supplies and a lack of essential drugs in hospitals. Some 77% of Lebanese households are unable to buy enough food. The Lebanese pound has …

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Officials discuss the Twin Ports Interchange-Garfield Ave. | The daily briefing

On July 7, US Congressman Pete Stauber met with selected stakeholders at the Duluth Port Authority for a panel discussion on the Interchange-Garfield Ramp projects. Along with the congressman were members of the Labor Party, business advocates and the Minnesota Department of Transportation, District 1. After a substantive discussion of …

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Gasoline crosses 100 rupee mark at UP, Chhattisgarh, Nagaland, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

NEW DELHI: Gasoline prices crossed the 100 rupees per liter mark in parts of Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Nagaland on Saturday after fuel prices rose again. The price of gasoline was increased by 35 paise per liter and that of diesel by 26 paise, according to a price notification from …

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I had planned to keep my manual Mazda3 forever, but it ended! Which car should I buy?

Picture: Mazda Emily loved her 2013 Mazda3 manual. She planned to keep it for a long time at least until the electric vehicle market gave her something fun. Sadly, she was in an accident and although she and her daughter were not injured, the Mazda did not survive. Which car …

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TC Energy again seeks more than $ 15 billion in damages from the Biden administration for Keystone cancellation

TC Energy Corp. revived a five-year-old commercial damages claim exceeding $ 15 billion against the U.S. government for refusing to allow the Keystone XL oil export project to have a building permit. The notice of claim, based on the fairness rules of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), was …

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