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Topical Pain Relief Market Size, Scope, Revenue, Opportunities and Growth by 2028 – Shanghaiist

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research recently released a new report titled topical pain relief market Overviews, Size, Forecast to 2028. The report is prepared using primary as well as secondary research methodologies that provide precise and concise understanding of the Topical Pain Relief market. The analysts have …

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Firms seek refund after HC reaffirms pre-authorization benefit

Several companies that were under government scrutiny for taking advantage of duty-free benefits granted through a pre-clearance scheme are all set to approach the tax authorities for refunds following a court decision. The Delhi High Court recently dismissed the government’s petition for review of an earlier order which said these …

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Buyers seek price relief as dollar weakens

KARACHI: As the rupee strengthened against the dollar, potential auto buyers are wondering about a downward revision in car and motorbike prices at local dealerships. However, players in the automotive sector do not anticipate an immediate price drop. Speaking to Dawn, commodity traders also reiterated the same expectations from struggling …

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Chambers of Commerce and Industry: Qamar ensures government support to the business community

ISLAMABAD: Federal Commerce Minister Syed Naveed Qamar on Thursday expressed his determination to overcome the challenges faced by the business community and assured the government’s full support in this regard. He expressed these views in a meeting with delegations from different chambers of commerce and industry. The chambers include Peshawar …

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UNHCR Yemen Year-End Report 2021 [EN/AR] – Yemen

UNHCR Yemen Year-End Report 2021 [EN/AR] – Yemen

Attachments Operating Context In 2021, Yemen continued to face unrelenting conflict, triggering what the UN has described as one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. At the start of 2021, it was estimated that 21 million Yemenis, or 2/3 of the population, were in need of humanitarian assistance, and 80% …

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GIEWS Country Brief: Algeria 1-Aug-2022 – Algeria

Attachments FOOD SECURITY OVERVIEW Slightly below average cereal production expected to be harvested in 2022 Wheat import requirements expected to increase Strong economic recovery, rising price inflation Cereal production slightly below average expected in 2022 The 2022 winter grain harvest is expected to be completed by mid-August, with upland crops …

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Analysts welcome PM’s visit to Balochistan to assess flood situation

Analysts welcome PM’s visit to Balochistan to assess flood situation Farah Azeem Shah (Baluchistan government spokesperson): It is pertinent to mention here that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif did not care about security protocol during his visit to Balochistan. Instead, he visited flood-affected areas and took an aerial view of the …

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Celebrating 75 Years of American-Indian Partnership

This year we celebrate 75 years of Indian independence and diplomatic relations between the world’s two largest democracies and market economies. Over these 75 years, India has become the fastest growing major economy in the world, and the partnership between the United States and India has grown to be characterized …

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Gas prices have fallen more than 50 cents since June. How low could they go?

What is happening Gasoline prices have continued to decline since hitting an all-time average high of $5.02 in mid-June. why is it important Lower prices would help US households fight ongoing inflation. According AAAand within a penny of that threshold in seven others. Nationally, Monday’s average was higher — $4.36 …

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Tamil Nadu sends another relief shipment to Sri Lanka

The Tamil Nadu government has sent the third tranche of relief materials to crisis-hit Sri Lanka. With this, the total assistance from the government of MK Stalin crossed 40,000 tons of relief materials. Stalin had previously proposed a resolution in the Tamil Nadu Assembly to send humanitarian aid to Sri …

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Relief as FG eyes nationwide lumberyards

If all the plans work, the challenge posed by the shortage of wood and its products will soon be a thing of the past, as ELEOJO IDACHABA reports on the plans made by both government and private initiatives in this regard. Finally, what looks like a deliberate effort to alleviate …

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Allergy Relief Eye Drops Market is Expected to Reach $43.33 Billion by the End of 2031-Bausch + Lomb, Abbott, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis (Alcon), Allergan, Pfizer, Clear Eyes, Sager Pharma, Rohto, Similasan, TheraTears, Health Pharmaceuticals

The Allergy eye drops The report is an in-depth examination of the general consumption structure, development trends, sales techniques and sales of the main nations of the product. The research covers well-known vendors in the global Allergy Relief Eye Drops industry along with market segmentation, competition, and macroeconomic climate. A …

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Managing the mega-crisis of 2022 by José Ramos-Horta, et al

In addition to the COVID-19 pandemic and the increasingly disruptive effects of climate change, countries around the world are experiencing dangerous levels of food and energy insecurity and over-indebtedness. And while the international community has taken some initial steps to address these issues, much more can and should be done. …

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The main changes to the GST rate come into effect from Monday

NEW DELHI : Products such as prepackaged and labeled groceries and services such as expensive non-critical care hospital stays are expected to attract the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from Monday, while the tax on certain medical supplies and Transportation services are expected to decline as a series of GST …

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Drop in global demand to counter gains from falling rupee: exporters

A 6.9% depreciation of the rupiah against the greenback since January will “certainly help” exporters, but a potential slowdown in demand in key markets – mainly the United States and the EU – due to fears recession turned out to be a major concern for them. The rupee recovered 8 …

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Priorities and Goals – Latest News – The Nation

The PML(N)-led coalition presented its first budget to the National Assembly on June 10, 2022. It has since been debated, passed and implemented on July 1, the first day of the new fiscal year.Key federal budget priorities, strategies and goals include revitalizing the development agenda, eliminating blackouts, increasing agricultural production …

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Zero fatalities in New Jersey? State considering an ambitious goal

Can you imagine a year without fatalities on the roads of New Jersey? A bill pending action in the state legislature would put New Jersey on the path to that goal. And with the number of fatalities in 2022 drastically exceeding last year’s figures, advocates suggest now is the time …

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Delay, Doubt, Difficulties and Uncertainty in Foreign Aid | Print edition

Views) : Foreign aid is urgently needed for the economic survival of the country. This should be followed by an Extended Financing Facility (EFF) from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to stabilize and revive the economy. Uncertainty There is currently great uncertainty about the prospect of the country securing bridge …

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“Oil prices will rise as long as the Russian-Ukrainian war rages” « Khabarhub

KATHMANDU: Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) recently submitted a 10-point suggestion to the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Commerce and Supplies to reduce fuel consumption. The Company’s board meeting decided to send a 10-point proposal to reduce consumption immediately, saying that fuel supply could be affected due to the …

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Iran and Venezuela should serve as warning signs to Russia

Four months into the war in Ukraine, Russia is raking in windfall revenue from its oil and gas sales – but experts say Moscow should consider other heavily sanctioned countries in recent history, including Russia. Iran and Venezuela, as a longer-term cautionary tale. “Oil-producing countries like Iran and Venezuela, which …

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India imposes $8.3 billion windfall tax on oil producers

India has imposed a windfall tax of 23,250 rupees ($294.3) per tonne of domestic crude output, as the government scrambles to reduce the country’s growing deficit amid sustained high oil prices . The government said the new windfall profits tax (tax) was imposed “through a special additional excise duty” and …

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American Invasive Species Hall of Fame, Part 2

Sequels are rarely as good as the original. But here are five other invasive species for the American Invasive Species Hall of Fame. You can see the top five from last week here. Burmese python (Python bivittatus) Native to Southeast Asia and one of the largest snake species in the …

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US inflation data offers no quick relief for Fed, but hints of spike | The mighty 790 KFGO

By Howard Schneider and Ann Saphir WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New U.S. data for May showed little immediate relief from the record pace of inflation pushing the Federal Reserve toward another oversized interest rate hike next month, but it added to growing sentiment that the worst could be over. Inflation as …

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Authorized release of timber consignments stranded in port – Pakistan

KARACHI: The government has authorized the release of timber shipments that were stuck at the port. The decision to release the timber shipments was taken at the request of the Karachi Timber Merchant Group and the Timber Association. A delegation from Karachi Timber Merchant Group and Timber Association consisting of …

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Promoting lassi, sattu to reduce tea import costs in Pakistan : Board of Education

A leading educational body in Pakistan has come up with an innovative idea to boost employment and reduce the expense of importing tea to the cash-strapped country: promoting the consumption of local beverages such as lassi and sattu. The Acting Chairman of the Higher Education Commission, Dr …

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Russia offers wheat, fertilizer imports appear to decline

Clouds of uncertainty hanging over Bangladesh’s wheat imports will finally lift as Russia offers 3 lakh tonnes of wheat and senior US official says sanctions ‘do not prevent Russia from exporting its grain or its fertilizers”. Russia, the world’s biggest wheat exporter, on Thursday offered to export 3 lakh tonnes …

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Peter Obi, Oseni Rufai and the importance of a “no consequence” manifesto, by Rotimi Akinola

If left unchecked, Labor Party candidate Peter Obi will degenerate from 2023 election darling into comic relief just to punctuate our predicament. I seriously warn any serious Nigerian who wants to listen that this seemingly serious former Governor of Anambra might turn out to be a serious joke. Visit INEC …

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All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men – The Genoa Conference and the Gold Standard

One century ago, many great statesmen of the world gathered in the Italian city of Genoa build a monetary order for the post-war world. Prior to 1914, the world’s major economies were based on the classic gold standard. This was based on convertibility between paper money and gold at a …

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Sri Lanka’s schools and government offices will close as transport stops

Published on: 06/17/2022 – 16:16Amended: 06/17/2022 – 16:14 Colombo (AFP) – Sri Lankan authorities on Friday announced a two-week closure of government offices and schools, with public transport almost entirely at a standstill due to a lack of dollars to pay for imported fuel. The Ministry of Public Administration has …

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Merchant Navy Reform Act – The Federal Maritime Commission will take the helm | Adams and Reese LLP

A rare bipartisan effort is bringing much-needed reform to U.S. shipping to level the playing field through a new regulatory authority that will impact ocean carriers, marine terminal operators, shippers, motor carriers and others throughout the supply chain. The Ocean Shipping Reform Act is on its way to President Biden’s …

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High and hidden taxes driving up the price at the pump

presented by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation To Canadian politicians, the soaring cost of living is like winter’s slush, summer’s mosquitoes and other unfortunate forces of nature. They would like to help, but what can they do? Here’s an idea: our politicians just have to follow the example of other countries …

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Why the IMF says food subsidies shouldn’t go to everyone

Earlier this year, IMF President Kristalina Georgieva urged governments to subsidize rising food and energy prices “in a very targeted way”, with a focus on the poorest people. (via BBC). Now the fund has doubled down on that language, advising world leaders to think strategically about aid spending. In a …

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No time for a honeymoon

Faced with growing challenges at home and abroad, the Albanian government must focus on the long term Any thought of a honeymoon period for the new Albanian government is already diminishing as challenges mount both at home and abroad. The Reserve Bank of Australia raised interest rates for the second …

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How to control inflation

Policy makers must have breathed a sigh of relief upon hearing the news of GDP growth at 8.7% for the year 2021-22. Based on a 6.6% GDP contraction in 2020-21, it was somewhat in line with expectations. The economy now looks largely out of the shadow of Covid-19, and only …

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Biden’s Indo-Pacific economic framework lacks teeth

So far, the global conditions are still in the stage of economic recovery from the effects of covid 19. Even in the country where the outbreak originated, the country is still battling the outbreak. Not finished with the epidemic, in early 2022, the world was again shocked by the Russian …

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Student Debt Cancellation Relief Will Help Workers Today

Mr. President: do you want to be the most pro-worker and pro-union president? My advice is simple: cancel the student debt. Americans must collectively $1.6 trillion of federal student loan debt, affecting nearly 43.4 million American workers. The student debt crisis is fueled by a cycle of suppressed salaries, demands …

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Labor is likely to form a majority government, heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine and Eurovision winners sell the trophy

Hello. It’s Tuesday, May 31, and here’s a roundup of the latest news. Labor are likely to form a majority government Labor is likely to form a majority government after the tally shows the party secured the 76 seats it needs. MP for Macnamara’s seat in Melbourne, Josh Burns, posted …

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Ministry of Finance – News – The Nation

ISLAMABAD – The Finance Ministry has identified five major challenges facing Pakistan’s economy, including rising inflation and external deficit, currency depreciation, declining foreign exchange reserves and growing uncertainty.“Pakistan is currently facing several significant challenges: accelerating inflation, high external deficits, exchange rate depreciation, declining foreign exchange reserves and growing uncertainty,” …

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HUL, Britannia and ITC can now breathe easy, analysts say – worries about inflation and even stagflation

The Indian government recently announced a wheat export ban, reversing its stance the previous week. It added restrictions on sugar exports and waived import duties on palm oil, which could curb rising commodity prices for packaged food. This could provide much-needed relief to FMCG companies such as HUL, ICC and …

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Supreme Court Rules Against Levying Integrated Goods and Services Tax on Ocean Freight in Case of CIF Imports

The Supreme Court, in a highly anticipated judgment, has ruled that the Integrated Goods and Services Tax is not levied separately on importers with respect to ocean freight services under Cost Insurance Freight contracts. Background On June 28, 2017, the tax authorities published two notices (Notice n° 8/2017 – Integrated …

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Biden has little to urge Kim Jong Un to stop weapons testing

The last time a US president visited Seoul in 2019, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un agreed to restart nuclear talks in an impromptu meeting in the heavily fortified demilitarized zone. As Joe Biden prepares to land in Seoul on Friday, the White House has not indicated he will be …

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The dollar breaks all previous records and crosses the 200 mark on the open market

The US dollar continued to crush the pakistani rupee as it broke through the 200 rupees mark on the open market, the Daily Times reported. According to the Forex Association of Pakistan (FAP), the greenback gained Rs1.68 in the interbank market from the previous day’s close of Rs196.50 and climbed …

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Biden team sees few options on inflation ahead of November midterms

A gas pump is inserted inside an Audi vehicle at a Mobil gas station on Beverly Boulevard in West Hollywood, California, U.S., March 10, 2022. REUTERS/Bing Guan Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, May 16 (Reuters) – The Biden administration increasingly feels it has little control …

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India’s wheat ban dashes relief hopes

By Pratik Parija / Bloomberg India has banned wheat exports the world has relied on to ease supply constraints sparked by war in Ukraine, saying the country’s food security is at risk. Exports would still be allowed to countries that need wheat for their food security needs and based on …

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Forex: Import Coverage Falls Below December Levels As Forex Pool Shrinks

Kolkata: India’s foreign exchange reserves were sufficient to cover about 13 months of imports at the end of 2021, the Reserve Bank of India said in its semi-annual Foreign Reserves Management Report. At the end of December 2021, foreign exchange reserves stood at 633.6 billion dollars. It fell to $597.7 …

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Belarus expands military activities, Lithuania sees Russia as state sponsor of terrorism

WASHINGTON — Russian President Vladimir Putin has not scaled back his long-term goals in Ukraine and still seeks to control swathes of the country beyond the eastern region known as Donbass, where fighting is raging. , Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said on Tuesday. The withdrawal of the Russian …

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Energy experts fear India is turning to commercially unviable ‘dirty coal’

BY VISHAL GULATI New Delhi, May 8 (IANS): Amid the coal crisis where the Center invoked an emergency law to operate utilities based on importing unused coal, energy transition experts estimate that generating electricity for 1.35 billion people based on expensive imported coal for blending is not commercially viable …

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GIEWS Country Brief: Nepal 6 May 2022 – Nepal

FOOD SECURITY OVERVIEW Fertilizer and fuel shortages and high prices raise concerns about 2022 crop performance Average cereal production obtained in 2021 Cereal import requirements for marketing year 2021/22 forecast above average Food security has improved after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic Fertilizer and fuel shortages and high prices …

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Delay in import checks shows government working out Brexit ‘plan’ as it goes | Comment and opinion

Even the tall old Duke of York’s 10,000 men had their limits. They would probably have died of exhaustion had they served under Boris Johnson. So you can’t blame the food sector for growing weary as it is driven around by a government still looking for the sunny Brexit highlands. …

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Some “shopping” opened before Mother’s Day – Produce Blue Book

As Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting kicks off in Omaha, we’re reminded of a bit of timeless wisdom from Warren Buffet that couldn’t be more applicable to this week’s global fresh produce market. “It’s much better to buy a great business at a fair price than a fair business at …

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Dignity of work | Opinion of the applicant

In 2015, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte pledged to end labor contracting and challenged those who support it to ensure he loses in the 2016 presidential election. Mr. Duterte won, largely thanks to his pro-worker, anti-drugs and anti-corruption promises. Now, two months before his six-year term ends next June, the …

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Stanbic Bank Uganda issued Fitch ‘AAA’ rating

Kampala – Uganda April 26, 2022: Fitch, the international credit rating agency, has confirmed Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited’s (SBU) Long-Term Issuer Default (IDR) rating at ‘B+’ with ‘AAA’ being the highest possible rating while ‘D’ is the lowest. SBU is Uganda’s largest bank, accounting for 22% of banking sector assets …

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Trade with Afghanistan via Torkham has doubled in recent months – Pakistan

KHYBER: Commercial activities have surged at the Torkham crossing point here in recent months amid a decline in pedestrian movement across the border point due to strict enforcement of the arrangement system individual volunteer. Sources at the Torkham border told Dawn that Pak-Afghan trade had doubled in the past three …

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Myanmar Agrifood System Monitor 2022 – Understanding Rapidly Rising Vegetable Oil Prices – Myanmar

The prices of vegetable oils, and palm oil in particular, have risen rapidly in the country. Average retail prices increased nationally by 122% over the past year (March 2022 vs. March 2021). As vegetable oils typically account for 5% of consumer food expenditure in Myanmar, this price increase is causing …

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If paddy is damaged, rice prices will definitely increase: agriculture minister

Star digital report Sat Apr 16, 2022 8:38 PM Last updated on: Sat Apr 16, 2022 8:42 PM Doctor Abdur Razzak. File photo “> Doctor Abdur Razzak. File photo Agriculture Minister Dr. Abdur Razzak said today that rice price will definitely increase if paddy is damaged by floods in haor …

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WFP Critical Business Initiative: Climate Response Analysis for Adaptation, Burundi (December 2021) – Burundi

Key messages The majority of Burundians are smallholder farmers facing serious constraints that will be further exacerbated by climate change. Most agricultural systems in Burundi are highly vulnerable to climatic hazards, including floods, landslides, water deficit, drought and irregular rainfall (both in terms of movement of rainfall in time and …

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Yang takes music on a different path

Musician and impresario Jeff Yang’s journey has been long and unusual, beginning in Taiwan, where he was born in 1971; continuing to Seattle, where he moved with his family when he was eight; and ending in Evanston, where he earned his Masters in Music Performance from Northwestern University. Today, he …

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Microsoft claims to disrupt hacking attempts by Russian military spies

Ukraine is pressing NATO for more weapons as Russia is expected to reposition its forces before launching a major offensive in southeastern Ukraine. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met with NATO foreign ministers in Brussels on April 7, as well as ministers from the Group of Seven, who promised “additional …

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Why Biden extended tariffs on solar panels

President Joe Biden extended tariffs on imported solar panels in February 2022 in an effort to protect domestic manufacturing. These tariffs add a 14% to 15% tax on cheaper imports, increasing their cost in the United States. At the same time, the Biden administration is urging an expansion of renewable …

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War in Ukraine exacerbates food crisis in the Horn of Africa – Ethiopia

The impact of the war in Ukraine is worsening the devastating food crisis for millions of people in the Horn of Africa, warns Islamic Relief. Around 14 million people in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are already in urgent need of assistance due to the region’s worst drought in nearly 40 …

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Korea’s decoupling from China

Over the past two weeks, global financial markets have seen renewed relief on hopes of a resolution to the war in Ukraine and stability in the face of inflationary pressures. More importantly for Asian markets, the Chinese government has calmed investors with supportive language regarding political repression against big business. …

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Petrol and diesel prices will not increase in India now! people to get relief

New Delhi: On April 1, India’s Petroleum Marketing Corporations (OMC) made no changes to gasoline and diesel prices. This has brought great relief to ordinary people as the prices of gasoline and diesel have seen a steady increase in recent days. In the meantime, development has come to the fore, …

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Soaring construction costs are expected to drive up property prices

New Delhi: Over the past year, developers’ average construction cost has increased by 10-12%, due to rising input costs due to supply-side constraints. This cost spike comes at a time when developers have been under pressure due to higher debt and liquidity issues in recent years. The cost of key …

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As sanctions hit Russia, fertilizer shortage threatens global food supply

Reuters CHICAGO — Skyrocketing fertilizer prices are pushing farmers around the world to cut back on their use and reduce the amount of land they plant, fallout from the Ukraine-Russia conflict that has warned some agriculture industry veterans of shortages food. Western sanctions against Russia, a major exporter of potash, …

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Secretary-General Expresses Deep Concern Over Shortfall in Yemen Appeal Fund, During Security Council Meeting on Cooperation with the League of Arab States – Yemen

The following are the opening remarks of United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres during the Security Council briefing on cooperation between the United Nations and the League of Arab States, in New York today: I welcome this opportunity to address the Security Council on cooperation with the League of Arab States. …

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Younes Nazarian Obituary (2022) – Los Angeles, CA

January 31, 1931 – March 18, 2022 Younes Nazarian, philanthropist, businessman and community leader died March 18, 2022 at his home in Los Angeles, surrounded by his wife of 61 years, Soraya Sarah Nazarian, and family. He was 91 years old. Younes Nazarian was born in Tehran, Iran on January …

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House relearns history of legislative surprise rule

Many sages, from Burke to Santayana to Churchill, have believed that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. This warning came to mind on Wednesday, March 9, as I witnessed a bizarre debacle in the House of Representatives. It was ‘Groundhog Day’ (the movie), once …

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Global Modern Bas Relief Market 2021-2027

The Global Modern Bas Relief Market report provides an in-depth analysis of key players, geography, end users, applications, competitor analysis, revenue, price, gross margin, market share, import-export data, trends and forecasts. The report offers a comprehensive overview of development policies and plans in addition to manufacturing processes and cost structures. …

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Rupee Could Be Hit By Global Commodity Prices

KARACHI: The rupee is likely to remain under pressure against the US dollar over the coming week due to soaring global commodity prices, forex traders said on Saturday. The local currency closed at Rs178.51 at the end of the trading week on Friday from the closing level of Rs178.50 last …

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Senator Casey’s bill would bring gas pump relief – Daily Local

As gasoline prices have risen in recent days amid continued Russian aggression in Eastern Europe, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) joined his Senate colleagues in presenting the oil windfall tax law to curb oil company profits and relieve Americans. at the gas pump. The legislation would impose a new excise …

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Russo-Ukrainian War: Live Updates and Breaking News

KYIV, Ukraine – They met in high school but became friends a few years later after meeting on a dance floor at a Ukrainian nightclub. Married in 2001, they lived in a dormitory community outside Kiev, in an apartment with their two children and their dogs, Benz and Cake. She …

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ECC accepts Rs 303 billion for PM’s relief package – Reuters

ISLAMABAD: The government on Monday approved a supplementary budget worth 303 billion rupees to cover the cost of financing a series of populist measures – reduction of 5 rupees per unit in electricity tariffs, partial payments to the oil industry for a freeze in the prices of petroleum products and …

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Durbin and Grassley introduce bipartisan legislation on H-1B, L-1 visa reform

Durbin also introduces bill to eliminate green card backlog, protect ‘aging’ children and lift country limits Two leading US senators have introduced bipartisan legislation that would prioritize holders of advanced US degrees in the distribution of highly skilled work visas, scrapping the current lottery system. Legislation “to reform and close …

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inflation and debt burden aggravate economic crisis

People queue outside a supermarket in Colombo, following Sri Lanka’s declaration of a state of emergency due to food shortages as private banks ran out of foreign currency to finance imports. August 31, 2021 Ishara S. Kodikara | AFP | Getty Images For Zahara Zain, current times in Sri Lanka …

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Exhaustion of patent and trademark rights in Canada

Do you know what “exhaustion” of intellectual property rights means? Or that the law in this area governs whether importing genuine IP-protected goods is lawful or not? If your company is involved or interested in the movement of goods protected by an intellectual property right into Canada, you need to …

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House Dems seek Court of Appeal ruling on remote access to sessions

By GARRY RAYNO, InDepthNH.org CONCORD — Disabled Democrats who sued for remote access to House sessions are seeking an expedited ruling from the First Circuit Court of Appeals in a motion filed Monday. The plaintiffs, six Democratic House members with health issues and the state Democratic Party, seek an order …

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A big shock

ISLAMABAD: A massive rise of Rs 12/litre in the price of petrol has come as a big shock to van driver Atiq Khan, who provides a pick-and-drop service to school children. Atiq Khan said he raised transport costs last month, but the recent rise in petrol prices has made it …

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Daily Markets: Stocks Seek Relief, But Geopolitical Unknowns Remain

The big picture today Asian markets closed today’s trade mixed, with India’s Sensex down 0.12% while South Korea’s KOSPI gained 0.47%, Taiwan’s TAIEX closed up 0. 48% and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng and China’s Shanghai Composite closed ahead 0.60% and 0.93% on the day. Japanese markets are closed today to …

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Taxes Made Easy: How TaxAct® Serves Newlyweds and New Parents

Tax tips for newly married couples and new parents filing in 2022 There are few days as memorable as her wedding day or the birth of her first child. These events signal new chapters of life. However, the first thought at these times is rarely about how taxes will be …

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ST collection of POL products down 40% in the first half

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) recorded a 40% drop in sales tax (ST) collection on petroleum products (POL) in the first half of the current fiscal year, documents show officials made available to PkRevenue. com According to official statistics, sales tax collection fell to Rs 69 billion from …

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Check what the universe has in store for all zodiac signs this Friday

Under the Friday sky, most zodiac signs will find favorable conditions to start a new job or task. Some will see huge profits from import-export business while others will have a hectic day at work Representative image. News18 The daily horoscope for February 18 is here! Under the Friday sky, …

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SC Ports Prepares for Influx with Expanded Chassis Pool > GSA Business

A flood is predicted for Charleston Harbor – no water, but ships. West Coast ports are looking forward to July 1 and weeks late: the day marks the deadline for the International Longshoremen’s Worker Union contract. The last contract negotiations in 2014 closed ILWU ports for four months, according to …

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CBN’s 100 percent policy as a path to macroeconomic sustainability

Finance James Emejo writes about the Central Bank of Nigeria’s latest intervention to bolster the non-oil industrial and export sectors that have been crying out for support over the years It was only recently that the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele, officially inaugurated the …

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Middle class unimpressed by critics of fiscal plan who say it does too little for too little

Kobi Yusov, a married father of three from the town of Yavne, earns what he calls a “respectable life” and considers himself middle class. Like many other Israelis in his situation, however, each month is a struggle to cover his family’s expenses and make ends meet. “I can’t complain about …

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Congestion at container ports should ease temporarily

Washington – Import volumes remain high and are expected to grow in the first half of 2022 – but not at the explosive pace of last year, according to the latest Global Port Tracker report. While the modest growth should provide some room for relief in the country’s congested container …

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Vacuum Relief Valve (VRV) Sales Market 2021 Report Examines Recent Trends – Cleveland Sports Zone

GET A SAMPLE REPORTBUY THE FULL REPORT Global Vacuum Relief Valve (VRV) Sales Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of …

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St. Anthony: Trump’s Chinese tariffs continue to vex small Minnesota importers

St. Paul-based manufacturer Dan Digre is still suffering from tariffs on imported Chinese products put in place by former President Donald Trump, to the tune of 25% on the raw components his company uses to produce high high-end industrial speakers. “The Chinese don’t pay it, like Trump said. We do,” …

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Non-UAE Resident Indians, Follow These Customs Duty Rules

Dubai: A large majority of the expat population in the UAE are Indian citizens, some of whom have spent decades in the country and face the prospect of one day having to return to their home country. When arranging to bring their belongings back to India, expats most often consider …

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The budget raises hopes of job creation, but more was expected: Business | News Ludhiana

Ludhiana: The 2022 budget may have failed to make a good impression on micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), but businesses in Punjab seem mostly happy with the announcements made. However, they feel there was room for more. Vijay Munjal, Chairman of Hero Ecotech, said, “This year’s budget will lead …

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Gold Rate Today, Gold Price Feb 1, 2022: MCX Gold is Trading Flat Ahead of Union Budget 2022, May Touch Rs 48,000 Today

Gold Rates Today, India Gold Price Feb 1, 2022: Gold prices were trading flat with a positive bias on Tuesday ahead of the 2022 Union Budget presentation. Gold price today, gold price outlook, gold price forecast: Gold prices were trading flat with a positive bias on Tuesday, ahead of the …

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How to Create Your Own Pedal Controller with Raspberry Pi Pico

When Elgato announced its new Stream Deck pedal, the maker world said, “Hey, I can make one for less money.” And with this battle cry we reached our faithful Raspberry Pi Pico (in our case Adafruit KB2040) and looted the switch box to create our own alternative. The Elgato Stream …

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The stranglehold of the Rajapaksa family on Sri Lanka

Author: Shyamika Jayasundara-Smits, Erasmus University Rotterdam In 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic provided further cover for a regressive turn in Sri Lankan politics. The consequences of the economic and political crisis became evident shortly before the end of the year as the grip of the Rajapaksa family on the Sri Lankan …

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Iranian Foreign Minister’s visit to India this weekend : The Tribune India

Sandeep Dikshit Tribune press service New Delhi, January 27 Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian will visit New Delhi at the end of the week amid Tehran’s talks with world powers on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and urgent diplomatic affairs with the India. Iranian Foreign Minister’s talks with …

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IOC will pump fuel directly to the electricity supplier in Lanka

Colombo, Jan 25 (IANS): Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) will supply fuel directly to the state-owned utility Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) to ensure a continuous supply of electricity to the island nation. Sri Lankan Energy Minister Gamini Lokuge announced on Tuesday that arrangements have been made to obtain fuel directly from …

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Tips from the IRS to get your tax refund faster

(NEXSTAR) – It’s almost that time of year again, when we keep our fingers crossed and hope to get some money back after filing our taxes – and for those who owe money, the IRS has a few advice on prompt refunds. The majority of Americans already use direct deposit …

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DHL Beats Claim It Overcharged Garden State Residents

By Craig Clough (January 21, 2022, 8:15 PM EST) – A federal judge in New Jersey on Thursday dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit against DHL that accused the package delivery company of adding a $17 fee for residents of Garden State claiming that the charges represented import duties, ruling …

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Covid updates: US website for free home testing is live

Video transcription Return transcription NYC is ‘winning’ the fight against Covid-19, mayor says Mayor Eric Adams of New York expressed optimism in the fight against the Omicron surge, citing declines in the average number of daily recorded cases and hospitalizations. We just want to give you good news on the …

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NK train enters China for first time since pandemic

A North Korean freight train entered China on Monday, following another train’s journey north in the first such crossing since the border was closed due to the pandemic in early 2020, this which suggests that the two countries could be gearing up to fully resume land trade soon. The second …

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Elon Musk’s Tesla wants import duty reduction but won’t commit to manufacturing in India: government sources

Two days after Tesla founder Elon Musk tweeted that the e-car maker was still working on numerous challenges with the government, sources said Tesla wanted the Center to lower import duties on cars without no production commitment in India. Currently, Tesla can bring cars in completely knocked-down form (CKD) duty-free …

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