Parallel Imports

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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