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Biden to waive tariffs for 24 months on solar panels hit by probe – Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden will on Monday declare a 24-month tariff exemption for solar panels from four Southeast Asian countries after an investigation froze imports and stalled projects in the United States, reports said. sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. The move comes amid concerns about the …

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The inflation conundrum: the protection provided by the government through tax cuts can be partial, and it can only be done to a certain extent

How effective are governments and central banks in controlling the economy? This question has become relevant in the face of high inflation across the world. Everywhere, central banks have started to raise their key rates or plan to do so. Governments are also trying to control inflation, a recent example …

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Pakistan’s economic dilemma: following in Sri Lanka’s footsteps?

US fears of the global economy’s “overreliance” on China have not resulted in a desirable shift from “made in China” to “made around China”, even whether the latest epidemic lockdowns have hit the Chinese economy hard. Ironically, the pandemic has forced some companies planning to leave China to scale back …

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Kipco acquires Qurain Petrochemical Industries to strengthen its financial position

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Saline Water Conversion Corp. will open six desalination plants by 2024 in a phased manner, starting with the launch of two plants by the end of 2022. Speaking to Arab News on the sidelines of the innovation-driven desalination conference, SWCC Governor Abdullah Al-Abdul-Karim revealed that these plants …

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Soybeans hold near three-month high

PARIS/MUMBAI, May 27 (Reuters) – Chicago soybean futures paused near a three-month high on Friday as traders assessed the risk of rain for U.S. plantings ahead of a three-day closure. Wheat rose slightly, led by Minneapolis spring wheat futures, as rainy forecasts for northern areas of the United States also …

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Inter-row hoes in action at the Normac demo day

The dwindling arsenal of active ingredients and increasing pressure from resistant grasses are forcing growers and contractors to reconsider mechanical methods of control. Once the preserve of the organic and specialty crop sectors, camera-guided weeders are becoming an increasingly attractive option for those looking to reduce their reliance on chemicals. …

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The Link Between DX and GX: How Technology Can Accelerate the Green Energy Transition | White & Case srl

White & Case’s Tokyo office webinar series brings together the company’s partners and industry experts to explore how digital transformation (or DX) and green energy transformation (or GX) are likely to affect strategic business decisions in Japan, Asia and globally. This article highlights the key points covered in the first …

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Corn farmers plead for 50% payment in USD

GMB BY KUDAKWASHE TAGWIREYI FARMERS are pleading with the Grain Marketing Board to increase US dollar (USD) supply to corn growers to 50%. Abdul Nyathi, president of the Zimbabwe Farmers Union (ZFU): “We welcome the 30% offered although we would have liked it to be 50% to start with. We …

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Russia symbolically cuts gas exports to Finland

Russia has suspended natural gas exports to neighboring Finland By JARI TANNERAssociated Press May 21, 2022, 1:27 p.m. • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article HELSINKI — Russia halted gas exports to neighboring Finland on Saturday, a highly symbolic move that came just days after the …

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The EU cannot be a green island in a dirty world

The author is director of the Open Society European Policy Institute and one of the authors of the International system change compasswritten with Systemiq and the Club of Rome The EU has a laudable history of climate leadership, having made legally binding commitments to climate neutrality and creating an ambitious …

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Global Misery Index Reflects Nigerians’ Misfortunes

From being a potentially prosperous haven, Nigeria is transforming into a place of excruciating misery. Further attestation of the country’s steady descent into a land of woes comes from Hanke’s Annual Misery Index, a global economic survey of countries in which Africa’s most populous country has plunged four places, falling …

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Export restrictions worsen global food crisis, warns UN

(Photo by Anadolu) ROME – A senior United Nations (UN) official on Friday warned countries against restricting food exports, saying it was the wrong response to a worsening global food crisis due to war in course between Russia and Ukraine which began on February 24. The poorest countries have had …

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Russian ruble firms at early 2020 levels near 65 against the dollar

One Russian ruble and one euro coins are seen next to a US one dollar banknote in this illustration taken April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov/Illusrtration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 12 (Reuters) – The Russian ruble strengthened on Thursday, crossing the 70 mark against the …

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Ambassador of Ukraine: EU countries must be ready for ‘economic sacrifices’ to stop Russia

EU countries should be ready to make “economic sacrifices” and approve the long-awaited ban on Russian oil imports, Ukraine’s ambassador to the EU, Vsevolod Chentsov, told Euronews. His comments come amid a diplomatic deadlock regarding the proposed oil embargo, the most drastic and consequential measure unveiled by the bloc since …

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Animal Health Market to Drive Data-Driven Innovation Intelligence at a CAGR of 4.8%

The Global animal health market should reach US$44,847.2 million year round 2025 to CAGR of 4.8%. Health systems have essentially focused on affordability as well as quality of medical services. However, now digitalization has arrived which would bring about a revolution in the same healthcare vertical. Life sciences would become …

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Wartime flexibilities for life sciences and healthcare sectors in Ukraine

Since Russia began its large-scale, unprovoked armed invasion of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers (the CMU), the Ukrainian Ministry of Health (the Ministry of Health), along with other state bodies, implemented numerous legislative changes aimed at streamlining and facilitating the supply of medicines and medical devices needed during the war …

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Quarterly update: The global pork market is in a phoney war

I ended my last post for this column in January with the words: “The data, in my opinion, is positive for pork prices, but there are external variables that we cannot measure or predict that can tip the market one way or the other. Well, that part about “external variables” …

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Some Indian companies quit Russia even as Delhi stays neutral on Ukraine war

NEW DELHI – India may have refused to budge from its neutral stance and has been buying discounted oil from Russia since the start of the war in Ukraine. But a small handful of Indian companies with strong exposure to Western markets have stopped doing business with Russia. Tata Steel …

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Jacob Rees-Mogg gave the game away – even this government knows Brexit is a disaster | Jonathan Freeland

Jhe definition of a gaffe is when a politician accidentally tells the truth. So decided veteran Washington journalist Michael Kinsley, who would surely welcome the classic example of the form served up on Thursday by Jacob Rees-Mogg, the satirically titled minister for Brexit opportunities. During a visit to the Eurotunnel …

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Inflation pushes 23 million Nigerians into food crisis – Report

The World Bank said inflation induced by the COVID-19 pandemic pushed around 23 million Nigerians into a food crisis in 2021. The Washington-based bank said this in its latest commodity market outlook report in reference to the Global Food Crises Report. According to the lender, rising food prices have worsened …

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The meaning of Nabiullina’s words about “structural transformation” — RealnoeVremya.com

An analyst from Finam FG explains what serious changes the main person at the head of the country’s financial regulator has warned of There are no plans to reduce inflation in Russia “by any means”, Central Bank President Elvira Nabiullin said last week, warning that serious changes await the country’s …

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Saudi Arabian shipping company Bahri sees 49% increase in first-quarter profits

RIYADH: Saudi non-oil exports, including re-exports, jumped 31% year-on-year in February 2022 to SR24.4 billion ($6.52 billion), from SR18.7 billion during the corresponding period of last year, according to the General Statistics Authority, also known as GASTAT. Figures include re-exports. Non-oil exports were driven mainly by chemicals which jumped 80% …

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Buenos Aires Weather | Game changer? Argentina calls for tenders for the construction of a huge gas pipeline

Argentina’s government on Thursday launched the tender for the construction phase of a gas pipeline megaproject that will eventually stretch over 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) from the southwestern province of Neuquén to north of Buenos Aires. If completed, the Gasoducto Néstor Kirchner, or Néstor Kirchner Pipeline, would be the largest …

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Everything you need to know ahead of Wednesday’s trading on the Saudi Exchange

Focus on China — The Asian giant imports 13% less crude oil from Saudi Arabia; Yuan weakens to 6-month low RIYADH: Saudi Arabia exported nearly 13% less oil to China in March compared to a year earlier, but retained its top supplier spot, while shipments from second-ranked Russia fell 14%, …

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Nigeria Imports N109 Billion of Malaria Drugs in Six Months, Local Pharmaceuticals Struggle

Nigeria has continued to import anti-malarial drugs worth billions of naira every year amid foreign currency shortages and struggling local pharmaceuticals, reports ODINAKA ANUDU At a time when Nigeria’s pharmaceutical industry is struggling for lack of patronage, Africa’s most populous nation has imported anti-malarial drugs worth N109.46 billion in six …

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Malaysians’ interest in electric vehicles is growing, but the local ecosystem is still lacking – MyEVOC

It seems EVs really are the cars of the moment, at least according to Bernama. The state news agency spoke to Malaysian Electric Vehicle Owners Club (MyEVOC) chairman Datuk Shahrol Halmi, who said the market is reacting favorably to the influx of new zero-emission vehicles. Shahrol said there are about …

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US dollar inflation badly affects Nigerians: Jack Dorsey

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says the effects of US dollar inflation are being felt negatively by Nigeria and other developing countries. On Tuesday, Mr Dorsey made his comments in response to the White House, saying it expects its inflation to rise and the United States printing its currency over the …

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Saudi stocks slide in early trading even as oil gains: Opening bell

RIYADH: Major Saudi players, including Saudi Basic Industries Corp. and Al Rajhi Bank, are expected to see increased profits in the first quarter of 2022, Argaam reported, citing a report by SNB Capital. SABIC’s profit growth is estimated at 4% from the same period a year ago to SR5.04 billion, …

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US rejects criticism, says no sanctions on India’s Russian oil purchases

WASHINGTON, DC (IANS) – Given the outcry in some US media and among politicians criticizing India for buying oil from Russia, President Joe Biden’s spokeswoman Jen Psaki clarified that its imports were tiny and that the energy payments were not subject to US sanctions. “At the moment, just to give …

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CBAM advances, but big battles remain

The EU is pushing ahead with plans to introduce a carbon border tax, with member states agreeing on March 15 on what the controversial Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) should look like. However, the agreement, which sidesteps some of the most contentious issues, comes against a radically changed economic and …

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Eastern Europeans demand new sanctions as EU sanctions fail to end Putin’s war – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Poland and the Baltic states are proposing new punitive measures against the Russian economy, arguing that the first rounds of EU sanctions failed in their stated aim of ending President Vladimir Putin’s ability to wage war. In the days following the invasion, European …

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Authorities carry out surprise raids on gas companies in Germany

BERLIN — European Union and German regulators have carried out unannounced inspections of several companies involved in the supply, transportation and storage of natural gas suspected of breaching EU competition rules, officials said Thursday. authorities. None of the companies targeted in the raids, which took place on Tuesday, have been …

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RBZ releases $100 million to clear auction backlog

the herald business journalist The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has released $100 million to clear the backlog of foreign exchange allocations at the weekly RBZ auctions, Governor Dr John Mangudya has said. The central bank introduced weekly foreign exchange auctions in 2020 to improve access to foreign currency by …

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If Europe Reduces Imports, Russia Will Look For Business Elsewhere

International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol speaks during a news conference, in a file photo. [AP] Europe could adopt a three-point plan to cut dependence on Russian natural gas by a third by the end of 2022, International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol said in a statement. interview …

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Parallel Walled Dental Implants Market Size and Analysis by 2022-2029 – Institut Straumann AG (Switzerland), Dentsply Sirona Inc (US), Zimmer Biomet (US), Danaher Corporation (India), 3M ( USA), CAMLOG Biotechnologies AG (Switzerland), BioHorizons IPH (USA), Osstem Implant (Turkey), Bicon (USA)

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Dental implant with parallel walls covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). The Global Parallel Walled Dental Implant explores an in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales …

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Parallel Systems Market 2021 Business Development – ​​Parallel Systems (UK), ACM Instruments (US), Cleaver Scientific (UK), IBM (US), Cummins (US)

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Parallel system covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). The Global Parallel System explores an in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and overall growth of key …

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UK should ‘reduce dependence’ on Eastern Europe for cereal crops

The UK must reduce its dependence on Eastern Europe for grain crops, just as it does for oil and gas, said the farm manager of Bradford Estates. Oliver Scott, who is responsible for managing 4,000 acres of farmland in Shropshire, warned that Britain’s farming industry had “tough challenges ahead”. The …

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Exclusive: Chevron set to swap Venezuelan oil if US eases sanctions, sources say

HOUSTON/WASHINGTON, March 14 (Reuters) – Chevron Corp. is preparing to take operational control of its joint ventures in Venezuela if Washington eases sanctions on Caracas to boost crude supplies after it banned Russian oil imports, according to three people familiar with the matter. The U.S. oil major has begun building …

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The economy faces headwinds, a crucial test

As the 2022 financial year kicks off, developments on the national and international scene have raised serious concerns about Nigeria’s economic prospects. Maintaining its growth forecast at 2.6%, the World Bank reiterated its dire warnings about the sharp decline in government revenue, exchange rate volatility, fiscal deficits and the trajectory …

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Europe’s only new and improved parallel business conference

Parallel Trade 2022 16th Edition Navigating Parallel Trade Challenges and Legal Landscapes The conference is now in its 16th year and as the only event of its kind in Europe it is established, but we have taken into account all the suggestions from last year to make it better than …

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A Ukrainian family has finally been allowed to enter the United States after being arrested earlier at the US-Mexico border

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield speaks to the press March 2 in New York City. (John Lamparski/NurPhoto/AP) US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said on Thursday that Russia’s actions against the Ukrainian people are “war crimes”. “They constitute war crimes; these are attacks on civilians …

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US officials identify 3 areas where US may soon take action against Ukraine

The ongoing urgent talks between top aides to President Joe Biden and between the United States’ European allies came as efforts to evacuate civilians from Ukrainian cities were thwarted by Russian bombing and the Ukrainian president pleaded with the West to do more. Senior US national security officials have said …

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Sri Lanka monitors exchange rate, appropriate current level: BC Governor

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s central bank may make changes to the exchange rate in the future if necessary, but the current level is appropriate, Central Bank Governor Nivard Cabraal said amid calls to float the currency and to stop reserve sales for imports. The Sri Lankan rupee is pegged to …

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Exhaustion of patent and trademark rights in France

In France, the question of whether an intellectual property (IP) right (such as a registered trademark or a patent) can be exercised through an infringement action against the sale of genuine goods placed on the market in another countries then imported in parallel into France, is governed by an area …

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AMA Group posts an operating loss of $52.5 million

AMA recorded a loss of $52.435 million in its first-half 2022 results. This follows a loss of nearly $100 million for 2020. Its share price fell to 32 cents after the earnings release and , again, no dividends to shareholders were paid. An EBITDAI profit of $4.228 million was recorded …

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Kogan takes a big hit. Is it safe to buy?

Online retailer Kogan (ASX:KGN) saw its shares fall from a high of $14.43 a year ago to $5.26 at the close on Friday February 25, 2022. Trading in the shares is now in pause. Now, it is not CyberShack’s purpose to comment on the indescribable and incomprehensible workings of the …

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Russian invasion of Ukraine reduces EU strategic autonomy over Moscow and Beijing

By Amb. Gurjit Singh The Russian decision to grant independence to the Ukrainian provinces, Luhansk and Donetsk, and to “conquer” Ukraine tipped the scales. The nuanced differences between Europe and the United States on how to deal with Russia are softened. Strategically, Europe seeks autonomy over Russia and China and …

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Nord Stream 2: What you need to know about the controversial gas pipeline linking Russia to Europe

Former National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien explains how to deter Putin and not recognize a new leader he could install in Ukraine on ‘Kudlow’. With Russia’s renewed invasion of Ukraine, attention has once again turned to the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline linking Russia to Europe via Germany. The …

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Sri Lankan companies to sell dollar shares on stock exchange

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) will soon allow listed companies to sell shares denominated in foreign currencies as long as they have foreign currency earnings under rules approved by the regulator. The new CSE decision, which was approved by regulator Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) last week, …

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TASI extends day 3 gain amid strong earnings season: opening bell

RIYADH: The Saudi stock market extended gains for a third straight day on Wednesday as strong earnings results and rising oil prices continued to boost investor sentiment. TASI closed up 1.17% to a 16-year high of 12,495, with PIF-owned digital security company Elm leading the gainer in its trading debut …

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ITC votes to continue probing nail imports from 5 countries

By Alyssa Aquino (February 14, 2022, 6:52 PM EST) – The United States International Trade Commission has agreed to advance an investigation into steel nails imported from five other countries, saying it has reason to believe that these products are economically harmful to manufacturers of steel nails in the United …

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Why is India’s largest insurer listed?

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s main stock index closed lower in the final minutes of Sunday as cautious investor sentiment weighed on share prices. As of 3:30 p.m. KST, the main index, TASI, fell 1.95% to 12,029. The parallel market, Nomu, fell 1.65% to 24,801. Shares of oil giant Aramco fell 0.67% …

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Suspension of Release Orders (WRO): Supply Chain Diligence, Compliance and Best Practices | Benesch

The Biden administration’s interest in reducing the occurrence of forced labor or child contract labor in the global supply chain, and parallel corporate social responsibility goals, draw increased attention to the orders Suspension of Release (WRO) orders enforced by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The challenge of strategically implementing …

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Logistics skills – the panacea the pharmaceutical sector needs

By Leigh Anderson, Managing Director, Bis Henderson Recruitment The retail, wholesale and pharmaceutical distribution sector is “in play”, as they say in the markets. The group around Lloyds Pharmacy (retail) and AAH Pharmaceuticals (wholesale) was acquired by Aurelius; Walden acquired Movianto, joining Eurotranspharma and Ciblex and thus reinforcing their claim …

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European Commission pledges to phase out cage farming – Food Tank

The European Commission (EU) recently pledged to ban cage farming in Europe. The proposal will cover animals, including various species of chickens, calves and rabbits, and will come into full force by 2027. By the end of 2023, the European Commission promises to present a legislative proposal to phase out …

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ITC to probe TCL smart TV imports over patent claims

By Grace Dixon (February 1, 2022, 6:47 PM EST) – The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to launch an investigation into TCL Technology’s imports of certain video processing devices used in “smart” TVs after DivX LLC has accused the TV maker of infringing on its intellectual property. The ITC …

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What does Russia want with Ukraine? Tensions between Putin and NATO explained

Why is Ukraine important for Russia? Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union before its collapse at the end of the Cold War in 1991 and borders Russia to the east. The disintegration of the Soviet Union left Russia with a greatly impoverished population, territory and economy. It also diminished …

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FG should consider dual gas pricing to reduce subsidy payment – Yusuf

Published January 30, 2022 The Managing Director of the Center for Promoting Private Enterprise, Dr. Muda Yusuf, former Managing Director of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, tells TUNDE AJAJA his views on how government can reduce the amount paid as a gasoline subsidy Despite its limited resources, the …

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UK and US sit down to resolve Trump-era trade dispute

As an example of how trade disputes often have little to do with trade, the announcement this week that the US and UK would sit down for talks to resolve the EU’s ‘trade dispute’ Trump era on steel and aluminum tariffs is an example. In March 2018, when the former …

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Stay or go: the dilemma of multinationals in Myanmar

In 1977, Leon Sullivan, an African-American minister and member of the board of directors of General Motors, undertook a seemingly impossible task: to develop guidelines for companies seeking to do business, but not harm, in South Africa. Apartheid South. The principles were written at a time when many activists wanted …

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Sanctions in the Kremlin, America-EU disagreement and Putin ignite – Corriere.it

from Federico Fubini The Russian president is trying to build a fortress country. Europeans are increasingly dependent on Moscow for energy. A year after Moscow’s 2014 attack on Ukraine, the European Union cut Russian gas imports to 37% of the total. It was an act of homeopathic caution, but the …

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Lebanon’s draft budget applies exchange rate band, official source says

Lebanon’s draft budget for 2022 applies exchange rates of between 15,000 and 20,000 Lebanese pounds to the dollar for operating expenses, an official source told Reuters on Friday, moving away from the previously official rate of 1,500. used. The pound has lost more than 90% of its value since Lebanon …

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iibx: the launch of the iibx is postponed again | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: The launch of the first international bullion exchange in India has been postponed for the second time. According to well-placed sources, the India International Bullion Exchange (IIBX), which was to be operational from Monday January 17, will now be operational in the first week of February.Earlier, the Prime Minister …

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Gardening with Dave Allan: Stay Scottish and beware of foreign stone imports

Stone is a durable and long-lasting garden material, so when planning changes to the garden this year, why not use it. But, as with all things gardening, choose your product carefully and consider any environmental damage. Natural sandstone slabs could be a much more durable alternative to concrete, often referred …

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INTA intervenes before the CJEU on the EU parallel imports case

“The referring court argues that there is a risk that [the existing language] may lead to the seizure, destruction or granting of an injunction concerning lawful goods when the trademark right has been exhausted. This restricts the free movement of goods, which is a fundamental principle in the EU. The …

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Briefing to the United Nations Security Council by the Special Envoy for Yemen – Hans Grundberg, 12 January 2022 – Yemen

Thank you, Madam President. Allow me first of all to welcome the newly elected members to this Council and I look forward to cooperating closely with them as with all Council members. Madam President, 2022 is starting on an uplifting note. The military escalation that I described to this Council …

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Another year begins with optimism in China

Tackling the COVID-19 pandemic has been China’s top priority since early 2020. The battle continued last year under relatively better conditions. The 2020 experience and massive vaccinations have facilitated the Chinese government’s effort to bring the virus under control and prevent dangerous contractions in the case of new strains like …

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High cotton prices drive demand for raw materials at reasonable prices

CURRENTLY, cotton and soybean producers have more than one common cause among themselves. Producers of both crops are profiting from a rare price hike even as other participants in the value chain cry foul. If the poultry industry had complained about the exorbitant prices of soybeans, it is now the …

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The opportunities of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh of the next BIMSTEC summit – OpEd – Eurasia Review

BIMSTEC or Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multisectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation has 7 members: India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand and Sri Lanka. The grouping is over 20 years old and was formed in 1997. The last summit was held in Kathmandu in 2018 with PM Modi and other …

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Opinion: Government cumbersome to blame for our monetary problems – Lanka Business Online

By Vinuja Singharachchige: There is a lot of talk these days about the pressures the Sri Lankan Rupee faces, but it is important that we understand the mechanics and the broader economic context. Currency crises have been common in our modern history with countries facing sudden devaluations to the point …

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Car sales grow 24% in nine months in 2021

The Cambodian auto industry is largely made up of used cars, which account for nearly 72% of the market, but this trend is likely to change in the near future. The Kingdom’s vehicle sector has seen notable growth in both sales and imports, by around 24% in the nine months …

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Lanka prepares an agreement on an oil park with India; Wang to travel to Colombo after spitting, and may offer sweeteners

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Sri Lanka next week amid a crippling economic crisis that has seen Colombo look to Delhi for help and swiftly execute the long-delayed India-Sri Lanka plan to the joint development of the Trincomalee petroleum reservoir farm. Wang Yi’s two-day visit, scheduled for Jan. …

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Prospects for India’s Strategic Relations in 2022: The Chinese Challenge | Latest India News

Deep winter has arrived in the Karakoram Range with freezing winds blowing from the 25,171-foot-high Saser Kangri to the Indian Army outpost of Daulet Beg Oldi (DBO) in the Ladakh sector. At the eastern end of the Himalayas, the 25,531-foot-high Namcha Barwa in Tibet’s Nyingchi Prefecture does the same thing, …

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Spices increase farmers’ income

Sun 26 Dec 2021 00:00 Last update on: Sun 26 Dec 2021 00:45 A field of ginger in the village of Uttara Shoshi in the sadar upazila of the district of Nilphamari. Farmers bring more land to growing spices because growing them is more profitable than growing crops such as …

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The future of brand exhaustion is still unclear for brands after Brexit

The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union has brought about a series of legal and procedural developments – and still imminent changes – which are expected to have a significant impact on the functioning of fashion brands and luxury product groups. Among the key legal principles which the new post-Brexit …

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Eurofer says climate regulations will encourage “dirty” steel imports • Recycling International

European steelmakers have warned that the industry’s decarbonization efforts are threatened by prohibitive energy prices coupled with “skyrocketing” carbon prices. The warning from the European Steel Association (Eurofer) coincides with a meeting of the European Council and ahead of the Environment Council next week. “Key European industries such as steel …

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LA movie critics choose ‘Drive My Car’ as best of the year

It was a showdown between “Drive My Car” by Ryusuke Hamaguchi and “The Power of the Dog” by Jane Campion for members of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, but the group managed to hand the honors back to both on Saturday. The Japanese film “Drive My Car” was named …

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How Congress plans to ban goods produced by Uyghur forced labor

Congress eventually came to a compromise on a law to tackle China’s use of forced labor among the country’s Uyghur population. Tuesday, Sens. Marco rubioMarco Antonio RubioHow Congress Plans To Ban Goods Produced By Uyghur Forced Labor Rick Scott Says White House Hangs Up On Him The Hill’s Morning Report …

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Kenyan shilling to weaken, Zambian kwacha also penalized by demand from importers

KENYA The Kenyan shilling is expected to face pressure in the coming days, but traders said they expected demand for dollars to decline as the Christmas and New Year season progressed. Commercial banks quoted the shilling at 112.90 / 113.10 per dollar, from last Thursday’s close at 112.85 / 113.05. …

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‘Restraint, de-escalation and dialogue’ are needed to stem war in Yemen |

“Even though the parties to the conflict all profess to me their desire for peace, their focus remains on military options…[which] will not lead to lasting solutions, ”he said. Grundberg at #UNSC“The process should be designed to allow parallel progress on different agenda items important to Yemenis. It will address …

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Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds Tega Industries INE011K01018, TEGA, 543413 Vodafone idea INE669E01016, IDEA, 532822 Yes Bank INE528G01035, OUIBANQUE, 532648 IEX INE022Q01020, IEX, 540750 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds Tega Industries INE011K01018, TEGA, 543413 Vodafone …

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Next year, EU countries will lose a market of 400,000 tonnes

As noted here, from January 1, Belarus will no longer allow certain imports from multiple countries. These include those of the European Union. Prohibited products include fresh fruits and vegetables. Over 400,000 tonnes of fresh fruit and vegetables were exported to Belarus from / via EU countries last year. This …

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Euro Roundup: EMA supports blended approach for COVID-19 vaccine courses and recalls

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has supported the use of a mixed approach for initial COVID-19 vaccine courses and booster injections, for example two injections of AstraZeneca followed by a booster dose of the vaccine Pfizer-BioNTech. Many countries in the European Union and beyond already allow people to receive two …

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Commission imposes anti-dumping duties on Chinese imports of aluminum foil for converters

Commercial defense | Brussels, December 8, 2021 Today, the European Commission imposed definitive anti-dumping duties on imports of aluminum foil for converters originating in the People’s Republic of China. The duties vary from 15.4% to 28.5%. Aluminum conversion foil is an important product in the EU market with a market …

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Sri Lankan business leaders bemoan currency shortage amid printing money

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lankan business leaders have said business activities have been disrupted by currency shortages from an unreliable 200-per-US dollar peg to which the central bank no longer offers full convertibility. The partial suspension of convertibility led to parallel markets of 240 per US dollar in the edge market …

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Imported tire prices rise 25% in one year – Journal

KARACHI: Imported tire prices have increased an average of 25 percent from January to date due to the massive devaluation of the rupee, the imposition of regulatory fees (RD) and an increase in import prices. Importers are worried about reports of a further increase in R&D and additional tariffs on …

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More Sri Lankans switch to hawala as money printing drives parallel exchange rates

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lankan migrant worker Sampath * is now determined to send his salary from Dubai to his family via hawala, a traditional net settlement system that has facilitated trade for centuries. “Last week I found out that my friends were getting an extra 10 rupees for every dirham …

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Morning Mail: Visa Holders in Travel Limbo, Jenkins Calls for Review Action, A-League Women Guide | Australia News

gHello. Skilled workers face threats of residency in Australia, government advisers call for swift action against gender discrimination in parliament, and more countries are tightening their borders against Omicron. Thousands of skilled workers and transitional visa holders plan to leave Australia permanently due to inconsistencies in the government’s response to …

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