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Center blames external factors for skyrocketing retail and wholesale inflation

Sitharaman said the government has reduced the central excise tax on gasoline and diesel prices by Rs 5 and Rs 10, respectively with effect from November 4, 2021. Our special correspondent | New Delhi | Posted on 11.30.21, 03:16 AM The Modi government on Monday blamed external factors – rising …

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Nigeria-China $ 2.5 billion currency exchange eclipse

The success story that has eluded the very famous Nigeria-China Bilateral Currency Exchange Agreement (BCSA) signed over three years ago is a national embarrassment. This underscores the widely held view that our policies are often not well thought out and supported by sufficiently scientific evidence. Given the bilateral level at …

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Principles and best practices in border carbon adjustment: a modest proposal

The carbon border adjustment (BCA) is coming; it is no longer just a controversial hypothesis. As described in our recent report, the European Commission has proposed to implement a BCA mechanism by 2023, Canada has launched formal consultations on the shape of its own regime, and the US and UK …

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New Quad could boost India’s presence in the Gulf: The Tribune India

Anita Inder Singh Founding Professor, Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution ARMY Chief General MM Naravane’s recent visit to Israel underscored the importance of last month’s virtual meeting of the Foreign Ministers of India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States to form an “international forum for economic …

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Remove subsidies, cut CBN loans, raise taxes on “sin” … 7 things the World Bank wants Buhari to do in 2022

The World Bank on Tuesday released its Nigeria Development Report for November 2021, which showed, among other things, that eight million Nigerians fell into poverty in less than two years as a result of inflationary shocks. The report also found that Nigeria no longer benefits from high oil prices, with …

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It’s not just cricket. Racism against South Asian Muslims in Yorkshire has a long history | Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan

ISince Azeem Rafiq testified about the racism he faced within Yorkshire County Cricket Club, people of color across Britain have been brought in to share their own accounts. But there is something distinct about Rafiq’s testimony, which reveals how Yorkshire fits into the national imagination and how South Asian Muslims …

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India-UK trade deal is essential and important, ease of doing business is just as vital: Ukibc

India and the UK are about to start negotiations on a trade deal. The two sides hope to finalize an interim trade deal followed by a full FTA next year. In 2020, bilateral trade between the UK and India was $ 25.3 billion, down 22% from 2019. India’s imports from …

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EU-proposed move could deprive clothing shipping of the tariff benefit

A measure proposed by the European Union could affect Bangladesh’s strong clothing shipments to the bloc, even if the country obtains Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Plus status after switching to a developing country. In the proposed SGP Plus scheme, the EU said that if the value of a particular …

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The naira appreciates more and trades 530 N to the dollar on the parallel market

The naira appreciated further against the dollar on the parallel market on Thursday to trade at 530 N to the dollar. The figure is N10 or 1.8 percent higher than the N540 he traded on Wednesday. Street traders in the foreign exchange markets in Lagos who spoke to TheCable on …

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Ludhiana: the IT department detects a hidden income of Rs 200 crore on the groups of dried fruits | Ludhiana News

LUDHIANA: The recent searches of the income tax department in several premises of the two main dried fruit companies in the country engaged in the processing and trade of dried fruits have led to the detection of unrecorded income of more than Rs 200 crore. While one company has its …

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IT Department Finds Unrecognized Revenue of Rs 200 Crore During Raids on Punjab Dried Fruit Companies and J&K | India News

LUDHIANA: Recent Income Tax (IT) searches of several premises of India’s two main dried fruit companies – one with its main base in Amritsar and Delhi and the other in Jammu – led to the detection unrecorded income of over Rs 200 crore. The action also resulted in the seizure …

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Senator Sherry Rehman slams PM Imran Khan’s ‘bizarre’ speech

LAHORE: Tackling Prime Minister Imran Khan, PPP Senator Sherry Rehman called the announced relief program in a speech to the nation “bizarre.” “The responsible Pakistani minister gave a bizarre speech in which he said that all the unprecedented inflation, oil tsunami, gas prices and essentials are due to past governments …

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National budget forecasts 2022 | 263Chat

By Victor Bhoroma Zimbabwe’s national budget for 2021 is expected to be presented within the next 30 days amid fears of a resurgence of high levels of inflation. The country’s annual inflation fell from 363% recorded in January to 55% recorded in October, making it the most important achievement of …

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Steel for Bourbon: US and EU bury the hatchet

United States President Joe Biden and European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen on Sunday in Rome celebrated “a new era” in the transatlantic relationship after reaching an agreement on steel and aluminum . “The United States and the European Union are entering a new era of transatlantic cooperation,” Biden, …

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United Steelworkers Backs Interim Agreement with EU on Section 232 | State

PITTSBURGH, October 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – International President of the United Steelworkers (USW) Tom conway today issued the following statement in response to the announcement that United States and the European Union had reached an interim agreement on Article 232 relief measures for steel and aluminum: “Steel and …

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Fortune of Indian iron ore producers linked to China-related trade

When it comes to iron ore exports, India’s main destination is China. By Kunal Bose India’s largest government-owned iron ore producer, NMDC, recently reduced the price of lump material containing 65% iron (fe) from Rs 200 to Rs 5,950 per tonne and the price of fines by 64% of Fe …

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Iraq opts for clean energy in ambitious energy reform agenda

Iraqi plans to develop 7.5 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy by 2023 in accordance with the decision of the Ministerial Energy Council are on track. This was confirmed in a statement from Iraqi Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar Ismail broadcast on October 3 on SkyNews Arabia. The projects are part …

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Nigeria’s lame economy – where do we go from here?

As much as one would like to see the bright side of things with a strong hope of rebirth, as the current macroeconomic data of Nigeria is not encouraging because it presents the image of a lame economy without clutches. From economic production data to investment flows, consumption levels and …

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Day – Lebanon is sinking

Off the Lebanese coast about 40 miles north of Beirut, a 340-foot battleship rises vertically, with its bow and about 100 feet of its length plunged into the mud. The seabed is 140 meters deep, but you can even scuba dive in the back if you are a technical diver. …

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GWYNNE DYER: Lebanon is sinking

Off the Lebanese coast, about 60 kilometers north of Beirut, a 104-meter battleship stands upright, with its bow and some 30 meters long immersed in the mud. The seabed is 140 meters deep, but you can even scuba dive in the back if you are a technical diver. The ship …

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Recon: the CDC panel meets on Moderna, J&J boosters, ‘mix and match’; FDA issues filing denial letter f

Posted on October 21, 2021 | Through Michel mezher Welcome to Regulatory Reconnaissance, your daily briefing on regulatory news and intelligence. Focus: United States FDA clears Moderna, J&J Covid-19 boosters, clears mixed fire (Politico) (Reuters) (FDA) A CDC panel meets to discuss boosters and the “mix-and-match” strategy. (NY Times) 30-year …

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RBZ closes Forex platform to stem currency decline

Bloomberg ZIMBABWEAN authorities shut down a popular black market currency tracking platform, the latest move to try and stop an accelerating decline in its currency. The central bank has ordered the shutdown of marketwatch.co.zw and other sites that publish the parallel market exchange rate, Governor John Mangudya said in a …

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Guess who is behind the paralysis over COVID19 at the United Nations Committee on World Food Security

Aid, Civil Society, COVID-19, Economy and Trade, Food and Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition, Global, Headlines, Human Rights, Humanitarian Emergencies, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, TerraViva United Nations Opinion ROME, October 19, 2021 (IPS) – “COVID 19 has multiplied the challenges of hunger and malnutrition. We need transformative action! ‘ …

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Nigeria-China currency exchange collapses

Through Omodele Adigun and Uche Usim, (Abouja) Three years after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) signed a currency swap deal with the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), Nigerians have yet to feel the impact of this deal, especially that the free fall of the naira, which currently stands at …

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It’s time to unplug the black market from forex

Sunday mail Victoria Ruzvidzo Zimbabwe has a legendary penchant for miscarrying or shooting themselves in the foot at the most inopportune moment. The current chaos in the foreign exchange market is of no use and threatens to wipe out much of the economic gains recorded so far. But that shouldn’t …

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“Imported mushrooms could take precedence over French mushrooms”

It’s the start of the French mushroom season and a lot of imported mushrooms can still be found on the shelves. “In recent years, there was a shortage of French mushrooms on the market, especially around the Christmas holidays,” says Chris Chamballu of France Champignon. “Large retailers and wholesalers have …

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Eurasian brand system creates new opportunities for brand owners

The Eurasian Trademark System is a regional system that allows a trademark to be registered in all Eurasian Economic Union (EAE) countries by submitting a single application. The EAEU member states currently include Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. A single customs area operates within these territories and lays down …

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naira devaluation: the problems arise | THIS DAY

Yemi Osinbajo Obinna Chima The perennial debate on the devaluation of the naira was reignited on Monday, during the two-day retreat on the mid-term ministerial performance review, chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari, when the vice-president, Prof Yemi Osinbajo openly advised the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to adjust the naira …

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Economic instability set to prevail despite central bank roadmap

The rapid growth of the money supply propelled by substantial bank loans to the government since last year has been a major cause of economic stability. The Central Bank has no room for maneuver to mop up this excess liquidity, in the absence of fiscal discipline. The Roadmap did not …

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“We must fight against the factors of inflation, unemployment and insecurity”

The Nigerian economy is growing, but the reality with the common man is that life is more difficult. Are we seeing an impact of the numbers on living conditions? Yes, beyond the SNB’s GDP figures each quarter, we need to look at how the high rate, double-digit inflation at 17.38% …

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Trade gears up for tough duties on Indian wind towers

By Jennifer Doherty (October 8, 2021, 5:38 p.m. EDT) – The US Department of Commerce has doubled the penalties it imposed on some Indian wind tower producers during the first phase of its investigations into dumping and subsidies on imports, preparing tariffs of up to 397.7% on recalcitrant companies. According …

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Government machines used but money goes to CFTC daily – Pajhwok Afghan News

MAIMANA (Pajhwok): Aqena port crude oil businessmen said the Therapeutics Chemical Research Corporation (TCRC) resumed operations in the port after the company shutdown and now charges 7 $ per tonne of imported fuel while laboratory equipment is government owned. The businessmen called the CFTC’s 7% per tonne charge unfair and …

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Forex black market: new arrests looming

The herald Farirai Machivenyika Senior reporter More people illegally smuggling foreign currency will soon be arrested and more financial institutions indicted as the government flings the whip against those who drive and manipulate the black market, despite the fact that Zimbabwe’s foreign currency inflows are more than sufficient to purchase …

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Libya: war crimes have probably been committed since 2016, according to UN investigation

Food insecurity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is a growing challenge. Even before COVID-19, UN agencies estimated that more than 55 million of its population of 456.7 million was undernourished. The pandemic, protracted conflicts and other factors make hunger more common. In 2020, the MENA region’s share …

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Nike ends sales in Israeli stores

Israeli retailers are furious after international sporting goods giant Nike announced on Sunday that it would stop working with them to market its products. The measure will take effect on May 31, 2022, Nike said. As one of the most popular sports brands in the world and in Israel, the …

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Flood damaged vehicles could head to Nigeria from US – Nairametrics

Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc in the United States a few weeks ago, destroying approximately 350,000 automobiles. The hurricane is expected to increase auto costs, and some of the damaged vehicles could be rebuilt or sold as fairly used to other countries. According to some analysts and car dealers, many of …

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RBZ sees sustained decline in inflation

Sunday mail Golden sibanda The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) expects the annual inflation rate to continue falling through the end of the year, but has raised its December 2021 target to between 36% and 53 %, from 25% to 35%. But the central bank estimates that this will not …

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As India played a wait game on international prices, here’s how the coal shortage hit home

When the world’s two largest coal producers complain about a supply shortage, it’s time to prepare for bad weather. China has been forced to cut off the electricity supply to industries and homes amid a severe coal shortage. And, now, stocks at three out of four coal-fired power plants in …

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“We need consumer confidence” – The Zimbabwe Independent

By Tatira Zwinoira A recent report from the United States Agency for International Development’s food security agency, Famine Early Warning Systems Network (Fewsnet), found household food stocks across the country are starting to run out. . It comes at a time when commodity prices have skyrocketed beyond the reach of …

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Overview: Trademark application in Mexico

Enforcement Trademark enforcement procedure What types of legal or administrative proceedings are available to assert the rights of a trademark owner against an alleged infringer or dilutive use of a trademark, apart from the opposition and cancellation actions discussed above? Are there specialized courts or other tribunals? Is there a …

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Who is driving the parallel market rates up?

By Dr Tim Rainhard Over the past 18 months, Zimbabwe’s economy has rebounded, helped by better performance in the agriculture and mining sectors, an improvement in the balance of payments and the position of the external sector, as well as the introduction of ‘an auction system that improved access to …

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ENaira website goes live showing features of CBN digital currency – ::: … The Tide News Online ::: …

Economic operators and actors in the productive sector of the economy deplore the difficulties they encounter in accessing foreign currency to do their business.They noted that the situation worsened when the Central Bank of Nigeria banned the Bureau de Change from not trading in forex.Speaking on the matter, a businessman, …

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CBN governor fails, but finance and trade ministers fail to play their part

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor Godwin Emefiele bears most of the blame for his mismanagement of the foreign exchange market, but Finance Minister Zainab Ahmed and Trade and Investment Minister Niyi Adebayo should not be absolved of the guilt of economic mismanagement in the country, the findings of ICIR …

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China’s energy crisis will shake the whole world

Large parts of northeast China face power cuts for several hours each day, hitting traffic lights and cell phone masts. Yicai Global has warned of power outages and water shortages until next March. Guangdong in the south will stop using elevators in office buildings below the third floor. Air conditioners …

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Gas flaring deals could solve one of Iraq’s biggest problems

As a corollary to its new oil production target of seven million barrels per day (bpd) by 2025, Iraq has repeatedly said it will stop gas flaring at the same time. As with all Iraqi statements, this commitment should be viewed with skepticism, but any move in this direction will …

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No information leaked from Google probe, CCI told HC, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi: The Indian Competition Commission (ICC) told the Delhi High Court on Monday that it had not disclosed any information to the media regarding an investigation into Google’s Android smartphone deals. Taking note of the ICC’s submissions, the High Court said nothing survived the petition filed by internet giant …

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With rising inflation, how can you best protect your investments?

The accelerating pace of inflation is one of the main economic trends for 2021. The Consumer Price Index or CPI, the government’s main indicator of inflation, has hovered around an annual rate of 5% in recent months, well above the 1.4% rate of the last year and the 50-year average …

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Many countries join call for no new coal-fired power plants ahead of COP26, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New Delhi: Following China’s announcement to stop financing coal-fired electricity abroad, a group of countries such as Sri Lanka, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Montenegro and the UK announced a ‘No New Coal Power Compact’, aimed at encouraging all other countries to commit to halt construction of new coal-fired power plants …

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US issues additional sanctions against Russian pipeline projects and chemical weapons programs

In recent weeks, the US government has imposed a series of additional sanctions on Russia consisting of additional measures focused on the energy pipeline sector, as well as other measures in response to the alleged poisoning of Alexy Navalny. This latest escalation in sanctions against Russia builds on the April …

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Sri Lanka to stop building coal-fired power plants, aims to be net-zero by 2050, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

COLOMBO (Reuters) – Sri Lanka to stop building new coal-fired power plants and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said on Friday in a speech to the Nations International Energy Forum United. Sri Lanka has set a target of reaching 70% of all its energy needs …

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Implications for currency and fiscal position

Friday, September 24, 2021 / 3:35 p.m. / by CardinalStone Research / Header image credit: Ziraat Bankasi Event Nigeria successfully entered the international capital market on Tuesday, issuing $ 4.0 billion in Eurobonds. The issue was split over three maturities, $ 1.25 billion over the 7-year, $ 1.5 billion over …

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Government offers 15 CBM blocks in first round of auction

New Delhi: The government offered 15 blocks for coal seam gas extraction (CBM) in the first tender in over a decade. The blocks are located in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha and Chhattisgarh, according to a tender notice issued by the General Directorate of Hydrocarbons (DGH). Offers under …

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Small farmers have the answer to feed the world. Why isn’t the UN listening? | Elizabeth Mpofu and Henk Hobbelink

TThursday’s United Nations Food Summit proposes to help address the global nutrition crisis, with 800 million hungry and 1.9 billion obese, by better aligning food systems with development goals. But he will achieve nothing. The summit was hijacked early on by powerful business interests – but people are resisting. Hundreds …

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The average Nigerian can feed on N500, the naira still strong – former CIBN chairman

Posted September 22, 2021 Former Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria President Professor Segun Ajibola said the naira is still strong in the Nigerian economy, adding that an average Nigerian can still feed himself on N500. Babcock University economics professor spoke on NTA’s “Good Morning Nigeria” breakfast show on Wednesday, …

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Vietnam opens anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs from Malaysia and China – International law

Worldwide: Vietnam opens anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs from Malaysia and China To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. On September 1, 2021, the Vietnamese government initiated an anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs originating in Malaysia and China (“some …

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Evergrande is a Lehman-style lesson for China

gGlobal markets faced a massive selloff on Monday as investors feared the collapse of a major Chinese real estate company could have a contagious effect and undermine the financial stability of the world’s second-largest economy. A large real estate developer in China, Evergrande, which has unusually large debt, is in …

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US finalizes aluminum foil tariffs for 5 countries

By Alyssa Aquino (September 20, 2021, 6:29 p.m. EDT) – The US Department of Commerce has finalized a series of anti-dumping and countervailing duties on aluminum foil from five countries, claiming imports are subject to a dumping in the United States at unfair prices. The department on Friday unveiled tariffs …

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CBN remains hawkish on BDCs and FX arbitrageurs as MPC keeps rates stable – Businessamlive

Exchange rates now come from CBN, not speculators Analysts say Nigerians and businesses face tough short-term period The general expectations of the economic experts of the monetary policy committee (MPC) of the CBN were ultimately not exaggerated, as the committee moved in the direction anticipated by several analysts who had …

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A decade of information on building beauty brands in China

The breakneck speed at which the Chinese market is evolving, consumer sophistication and cultural nuances make it an incredibly difficult market to navigate. Without the right partner, it is almost impossible to be successful. What criteria does GED take into account when evaluating the partner brands that you want to …

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Nord Stream II: geopolitical and environmental hazard

19.sept. September 19, 2021 While much of the controversy surrounding the construction of the 1,224 km Nord Stream 2 pipeline has revolved around geopolitical concerns, its environmental implications have been at best underestimated and at worst explicitly ignored. Owned by the famous Russian energy company Gazprom, Nord Stream 2 will …

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Zera probe finds fuel scam

Sunday mail Martin Kadzère An investigation by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has uncovered a “massive abuse” of the Zimbabwean dollar fuel facility by oil traders who insist on payments in US dollars despite access to foreign currencies on the auction market. There are huge gaps between the currencies …

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Connectivity is the new battleground

Most predictions about the future of technology age badly, but even the least premonitory of them can tell us a lot about the present. If a single statement could capture the mixture of Western pride and techno-utopia that marked the dawn of the 21st century, it was a remark by …

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Lebanese new government raises oil price, signs audit agreement

Newly appointed Lebanese Finance Minister Youssef Khalil attends a handover ceremony in Beirut, Lebanon on September 14, 2021. REUTERS / Mohamed Azakir Rising gasoline prices reduce unaffordable subsidies Government signs new contract for central bank audit IMF says it had “courtesy calls” with members of the government Depleted reserves bolstered …

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In the right direction

The Union Cabinet approved a Rs 26,058 crore Production Incentive Program (PLI) for the automotive, automotive components and drone industries to promote domestic production and boost domestic production. ‘use. The program also aims to facilitate the transition from an automotive sector based on fossil fuels to one based on renewable …

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Importers, Manufacturers & Others Lament Naira Approaching N600 / $ – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

Importers of goods and services and other businessmen who depend on foreign currencies for their transactions have warned that prices of goods and services could skyrocket as the naira’s fortunes worsen against the US dollar and other international currencies. The parallel market exchange rate depreciated again to another all-time low …

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Shell pledges 7.5 MW of electricity to Rivers community to quell protests

By Adedapo Adesanya On July 27, the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele, in his usual attire of black suit and lemon tie announcement that the bank will stop selling foreign exchange (FX) to exchange bureaus (BDC). This was not without precedent, as such an …

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Air pollution from coal-fired power plants in Balkans kills around 19,000 people, study finds

According to a report published on September 7 by the CEE Bankwatch Network and the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air, around 19,000 people have died in the past three years as a result of air pollution from coal-fired power plants. of the Western Balkans. . The report, …

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Polluting coal-fired power stations in Western Balkans are responsible for thousands of deaths in new report

This photograph, taken on January 30, 2018, shows smoke rising from the chimneys of the Kosovo Power. … [+] factory in the village of Hade near the town of Obiliq on the outskirts of Pristina – Every winter morning, workers wrap scarves around their faces and emerge from the fog …

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What do the food and currency crises hold in Sri Lanka?

After declaration of food emergency, island nation must navigate difficult situation Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s promulgation of a “food emergency” in the face of a never-ending currency crisis has shocked locals and surprised friends and adversaries, both inside and outside the heartbreaking nation . Civil society activists have also …

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Analysis: Nigerian economy grows 5%, but human development continues to stagnate under Buhari

Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew 5% in the second quarter (Q2) of 2021, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), but economists think there is not much to celebrate on this subject. Indeed, unless the 5% GDP growth is sustained in the third and fourth quarters of 2021, …

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Local production of Covid-19 vaccines

Md Towhidul Islam | Posted: Aug 28, 2021, 9:22 p.m. As intellectual property rights, including patents, reward and encourage innovators for more research and development (R&D) leading to inventions, a least developed country (LDC) like Bangladesh that will graduate in 2026 could look for different solutions, in particular the local …

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Research firm sees stainless steel boost in 2021

An event held in July in Boonville, Calif., Involved the presentation and tasting of more than 300 canned aluminum wines from around the world. The event was created in part to help show the design possibilities of aluminum packaging in the wine industry. At the Third International Canned Wine Competition, …

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Rebar Splicing Products Market Global production, growth, share, demand and forecasted applications to 2026

The rebar splicing products market business intelligence report presents all the crucial aspects such as growth stimulants, restraints, and opportunities that will shape the market dynamics in the coming years. According to the report, the market is expected to generate significant returns, registering a CAGR of xx% over the forecast …

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The naira remains under pressure in the forex market as foreign exchange reserves lose $ 63.11 million

The Naira traded negatively this week as it depreciated in both the parallel market and the 0.97% I&E window and0.21%, respectively to close Friday at 520 / USD and 411.67 / USD. The currency was listed at 505 naira on the unofficial market ahead of Tuesday’s announcement. The central bank …

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PIA: Financial Experts Increase Prospects for Foreign Exchange Market Stability

The enthusiasm for the entry into force of the long-awaited Petroleum Industry Law has sparked a new wave of optimism that the planned wave of investment in the petroleum sector and the planned removal of fuel subsidies will boost simultaneously the supply of currencies and will reduce market pressure. , …

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Trade: the Benelux calls on Brussels for help

€ 14 billion per year: this is the estimated cost of territorial supply constraints (CST) in retail trade for European consumers, according to a study by the European Commission published in July 2020. The Benelux Union announced on Tuesday that it was asking Brussels to consider legislative measures to mitigate …

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SDS Imports appoints its CEO | SGB ​​online media

SDS Imports has announced that it has appointed Tim Mulverhill, a 16-year veteran of the firearms industry, to the role of general manager. Mulverhill will be responsible for restructuring the company to expand its domestic manufacturing, drive branding and focus on its import arm. Drawing on his manufacturing experience as …

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Kisan Sansad: Farmers File ‘No Confidence’ Motion Against Modi’s Government | Chandigarh News

Bathinda: With 12 opposition parties participating in the “parallel parliament” organized by an agricultural organization in Jantar Mantar in Delhi, protesting farmers on Friday tabled a “motion of censure” against Narendra Modi’s government. On the 12th day of “Kisan Sansad”, MPs from opposition parties, led by Congressman Rahul Gandhi, told …

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Why is the United States paranoid about China’s growing role in Africa?

“The Chinese are outsmarting the United States in some African countries,” AFRICOM commander General Stephen Townsend said. Associated press in April. He said the Chinese “were looking for a place where they could rearm and repair warships …” Deborah Brautigam, director of the China Africa Research Initiative at the Johns …

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Foreign exchange market: experts urge CBN to deepen market reforms

FINANCIAL analysts have called on the Central Bank of Nigeria to move beyond stopping dollar sales to Bureau de Change operators, BDCs and pursue reforms that tackle price distortions on the market. Nigerian foreign exchange market. They further called on the Central Bank to guarantee a market determined price that …

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Mandaviya, Health News, ET HealthWorld

** EDS: VIDEO GRAB ** New Delhi: Union Minister Mansukh L Mandaviya speaks at Lok Sabha during the monsoon session of Parliament in New Delhi. (Photo LSTV / PTI) ( The government has taken various measures to increase the supply of essential drugs, such as granting early approvals to new …

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Carbon pricing in the EU is going global: how much will it cost your business? | Dentons

On July 14, 2021, the European Commission published a proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a carbon border adjustment mechanism (“CBAM”). CBAM is a new form of carbon pricing. It would apply to a subset of products whose production in the EU is …

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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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