For those on the verge of rocking, Nwaka Onwusa is a pivotal figure

The Washington Post examines how Ohio and other states “are trying to make it harder for needy families to access federal food assistance programs.” From the article: Republican lawmakers in Ohio, Arizona, Arkansas, Missouri, Montana and others have proposed more restrictive policies to qualify for food aid, cutting benefits to …

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World Bank Releases Economic Update Report on Nigeria

Featured Image: Stock The Latest Nigeria Development Update Report, Resilience through reforms, says Nigeria has emerged from its deepest recession in four decades as COVID-19 restrictions were relaxed. With poverty increasing in 2020 due to the combined effects of COVID-19 and rising prices, the report recommends policy options that can …

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The national team is not a factory to produce players: head coach Igor Stimac | Football news

Indian head coach Igor Stimac on Friday expressed concern over the lack of quality footballers nationally and urged the Indian Super League and top I-League to play a proactive role in producing players like Sunil Chhetri . The lack of a quality striker was once again evident in India’s recent …

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Trade agreement with Australia “risks the competitiveness of British sugar beet”

An increase in sugar imports from Australia will make it “very difficult” for UK sugar beet growers to remain competitive, the NFU has warned. Cambridgeshire beet grower and NFU Sugar board chairman Michael Sly issued the warning after reports revealed Boris Johnson’s government agreed to an immediate duty-free quota for …

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Xos Highlights How Its Flexible Manufacturing Strategy Is More Cost and Time Efficient

LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Xos, Inc., a leading manufacturer of Class 5-8 fully electric utility vehicles (“Xos” or the “Company”) which recently announced a proposed business combination with NextGen Acquisition Corporation ( NASDAQ: NGAC) (“NextGen”), highlighted how its flexible manufacturing strategy, factory management systems and line design will reduce costs, …

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25 second interview questions employers might ask (more, 25 you should ask them!)

Hooray! You’ve been interviewed for a job and you’ve just been called back for another round. Usually that means you’re about to get that job offer, whether it’s your dream job, working from home, or part-time job you’re passionate about. Celebration is in order now that you’ve passed the first …

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IZA campaigns to develop the local zinc industry

International Zinc Association The lack of government planning, commitment and obscure tariff protection for the steel producer has had major consequences. President’s promised R100 billion infrastructure fund Cyril Ramaphosa in his State of the Nation address will hopefully lead to increased demand for galvanized steel. This news is a Preserver’s …

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Every striker linked to Middlesbrough so far this summer and where the ‘interests’ currently lie

With Neil Warnock desperate to add three forwards to Middlesbrough’s ranks this summer, a huge list of potential targets has been drawn before the end of last season. Warnock and his trusted lieutenants Kevin Blackwell and Ronnie Jepson got down to work looking at as many as possible as they …

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Indonesia’s central bank keeps policy rate at record high amid rupee and virus concerns

The Bank of Indonesia (BI) kept the benchmark 7-day repo rate at 3.50% for a fourth consecutive meeting, as predicted by 26 economists in a Reuters poll. Its other two main rates also remained unchanged. Gov. Perry Warjiyo has reiterated his commitment to keeping interest rates low and liquidity plentiful …

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New poll shows support for filibuster reform | News, Sports, Jobs

CHARLESTON – With comments leaked from US Senator Joe Manchin showing a relaxation of his stance on filibuster, a new poll shows some support for reform of the blockade procedure. A poll commissioned by Fix Our Senate and conducted by Global Strategy Group – a pollster often used by Manchin …

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