Tariff Protection

New Delhi and EU resume free trade talks

India and the EU yesterday resumed talks on a free trade deal after a nine-year hiatus, as Western countries seek to wean New Delhi from its close economic ties with Russia. Dubbed the “tariff king” by former US President Donald Trump, India has become more open to lowering trade barriers …

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Guest Editorial: Finding a Cure | Special report

he start of the modern industrial age was based on a strong investment in fossil fuels. Countries with high availability and consumption of total primary energy (TEP) per capita have a high human development index (HDI). Realizing that fossil fuels contribute to climate change, the world is moving towards renewable …

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Big business fights bill to stop selling America to China

According to the Wall Street Journal, proposed legislation for the Bipartisan Innovation Act would allow the government to review corporate investment in China to protect US industries that the government considers vital to US national security. The US-China Business Council, an organization that counts more than 250 US companies as …

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Biden’s empty inflation rhetoric

WASHINGTON, DC — In response to soaring prices, US President Joe Biden said this month that “fighting inflation” was his “top economic priority.” He promises that his administration “will continue to do everything in its power to bring down prices for the American people.” Yet despite these declarations of commitment, …

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Magellan Midstream and Enterprise Products: Keep Calm and Collect High Returns (NYSE: EPD)

AsiaVision/E+ via Getty Images Stocks are crashing right now as historically high valuation multiples, soaring interest rates, runaway inflation and rising expectations of a recession combine to form the perfect storm for public markets. The S&P 500 (SPY) is firmly in bearish territory, as are REITs (VNQ). The Nasdaq (QQQ) …

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Industry body stresses need for import protection

The construction industry body Cement & Concrete South Africa (CCSA) is working with the government to legislate anti-dumping import tariffs and the protection of local cement materials and products. “We have the capacity to produce around 22 million tonnes of cement per year, and we only produce around 13 million …

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New government, new opportunities for climate action

The recent elections demonstrated that climate action has finally become a defining policy. Here’s a look at what we can expect from Labor politicians based on their election promises. Australia’s diet plan Australia’s push to net zero is Labour’s Powering Australia plan: Committing $20 billion to the Rewiring the Nation …

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The source of Adani’s billions. Looked

Adani Group has forged ahead, securing over 35 deals over the past few years The Adani Group has forged ahead, securing over 35 deals over the past few years. Taking the organic and inorganic path to grow, the flagship group has invested in a range of new sectors. From new …

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WTO: India against market access, tariff link with Covid response to WTO: Government

India has said it is concerned about the permanent disciplines in the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic and does not want to combine the challenges of the pandemic with areas such as such as market access, reforms, export restrictions and transparency. On the issue …

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85% of companies want an FTA between Bangladesh and Japan: survey

About 85% of local and Japanese companies operating in the two countries want their respective governments to sign a free trade agreement (FTA) so that they can continue to enjoy tariff advantages after Bangladesh is removed from the list. least developed countries in the UN in 2026, according to a …

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Struggling families tempted to ditch monthly policies risk paying hefty bills, experts warn

Hardened families who give in to the ‘temptation’ to cut a few pounds from their monthly expenses could find themselves facing hefty bills costing thousands of dollars, financial experts warn. The cost of living crisis has forced many households to reassess their dwindling finances, with services such as home insurance …

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Firearm Aiming Systems Co. Sues CBP, Claims Rights Error

By Nicole Rosenthal (June 1, 2022, 6:53 p.m. EDT) — A manufacturer of gun sighting systems has accused U.S. Customs and Border Protection of illegally imposing duties on its aiming aid imports, telling the US Court of International Trade that the imports should be classified as duty-free. In a lawsuit …

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Steelworkers urge Biden administration to preserve protective trade policies / Public Information Service

As the global economy faces an uncertain future, Virginia steel producers are pushing President Joe Biden to renew his commitment to trade policies designed to protect America’s steel industry. According to the American Iron and Steel Institute, Virginia’s steel industry employs nearly 5,000 people, who collectively earn about $357 million …

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Mnangagwa teams up with dictator Masisi to protect himself in Davos – ZimEye

Mnangagwa joins forces with dictator Masisi to protect himself in Davos Emmerson Mnangagwa, present in Davos at the World Economic Forum, allied himself with Mokgweetsi Masisi of Botswana and several other dictators. The development means Mnangagwa is saved from tough questions. Mnangagwa will co-chair a breakfast discussion around the African …

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Top 3 Virtual Data Room Software for Windows

Currently, companies and startups have encountered the need to optimize and stabilize routine operations, which can be coordinated using modern tools. virtual data rooms. The best of them allow not only to securely store and exchange data, but also to solve the problems of automating work with documents of companies …

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Could Zimbabwe’s Public Transport Chaos Catalyze the Adoption of Electric Scooters for Personal Mobility?

Siemens Stiftung “Testing e-mobility business models at WE Hub Victoria Limited in Kenya” report rightly stresses the importance of mobility in the introductory section of the report by stating that “Mobility is the basis for the overall development of a society: it allows people to access jobs, markets, social facilities …

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House and Senate set to scrap China competition bill

A semiconductor production facility in Nanchang, China (Costfoto/Future Publishing via Getty Images) Hello. It’s a busy week ahead on Capitol Hill. Are you a fan of congressional conference committees? If so, the 117th Congress hasn’t been particularly exciting for you, so far. Contest Conference Committee to be convened This week …

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NOTICE | Paying to protest: why is the city of Johannesburg asking for money?

A walk from Cosatu. The City of Johannesburg charges a fee if residents want to organize a walk. (GALLON) The city of Johannesburg imposes “duties” to be paid by those who intend to exercise the right to demonstrate in its vicinity. This, he says, is in line with the Municipal …

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No approval to increase other voice and SMS tariffs by network operators – NCC – The Whistler Nigeria

The Nigerian Communications Commission said no permission has been given to mobile network operators (MNOs) to increase tariffs. The reaction follows agitation by telecommunications operators under the umbrella of the Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON). This was in a statement signed by Dr Ikechukwu Adinde, director of …

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Duferco calls on DTIC to follow the data and rethink its approach to South African steelmaking

Duferco Steel Processing (Duferco) is calling on the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) to adopt a more far-sighted and impartial approach that will benefit the South African steel industry as a whole. Ludovico Sanges, CEO of DSP, says DTIC’s approach to protecting the local flat steel industry unfairly …

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Free electricity is a pipe dream for poor farmers in Tamil Nadu | Chennai News

Be it a small, medium or large farmer, the government of Tamil Nadu provides free power connections. However, the expense of digging new boreholes or renovating existing ones, and the money to be spent on greasing the authorities’ hands with electricity control are causing small farmers to drop out of …

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Charter of the economy absent from the terms of reference of the EAC

CARACHI: Welcoming the establishment of the Economic Advisory Council (EAC), the business advocacy group Pakistan Business Council (PBC) pointed out that trade and industry ministers have not been included in the council and that it also lacks representatives from sectors such as agriculture, IT, telecoms and startups. “While reviewing the …

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Here’s how a new US protectionist measure backfires on the US solar industry [update]

Here’s how a new US protectionist measure backfires on the US solar industry [update]

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) is investigating whether Southeast Asian solar cell makers are using parts made in China that would normally be subject to a tariff. Most players in the U.S. solar industry have claimed that the DOC investigation will devastate their businesses, as they depend on imports …

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Accelerate investigation into agricultural smuggling, DA urges DOJ

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Agriculture (DA) is urging the Department of Justice (DOJ) to expedite its investigation into the smuggling of agricultural products into the country to discourage similar actions. At a public briefing yesterday in Laging Handa, Agriculture Undersecretary Fermin Adriano said he was following the DOJ …

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EU trade relations with Brazil

The EU is negotiating a free trade agreement with Brazil as part of the EU Association Agreement negotiations with Mercosur countries (which also include Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay). Brazil is the largest economy in Latin America and its trade with the EU accounted for 30.8% of total EU trade with …

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As we are pushed into isolation supply chains, we must protect the open

Friday, April 22, 2022 7:30 a.m. Chip Bergh, CEO of Levi’s, said globalization is dead. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Globalization is dead. So said Chip Bergh, CEO of Levi’s, the maker of the iconic 501 jeans, at this year’s World Retail Congress. This does not mean that globalization is …

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Energy crisis ‘beyond what this industry can handle’ as suppliers push for greater government intervention

The size and scale of the current energy crisis and the impact on consumer bills are now “beyond what this industry can handle”, according to ScottishPower CEO Keith Anderson. Speaking alongside representatives from E.ON, Centrica and EDF at a Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) select committee meeting …

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The way forward to revive the economy

ISLAMABAD: Among the many challenges facing the new government, the most pressing will be to turn the economy around. This would only be possible if the ills of the economy were identified and dealt with appropriately. Some problems can be solved in the short term while others require a longer …

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Congress Votes to Impose Trade Sanctions on Russia and Belarus, Will Consider Fiscal and Procurement Measures | Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

On April 8, 2022, President Biden signed two trade-related bills: one revoking normal tariff treatment for Russia and Belarus, and the other banning Russian energy imports. After the April recess, Congress could take further action on two other bills targeting companies operating in Russia: one to ban federal purchases from …

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Senate warns MultiChoice not to go ahead with tariff increase

The Nigerian Senate has warned MultiChoice, owner of DStv, the largest pay-TV operator in Nigeria and Africa, not to dare the FG by raising its tariffs. This was ordered by Senate President Ahmad Lawan on Tuesday in Abuja during the inauguration of a seven-member ad hoc committee of the Senate …

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Benefit from the dynamics of RCEP | The star

JUST after the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Day, a freight train carrying an assortment of goods left the station in Nanning city in the southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. With 25 containers on board, the train – loaded with groceries, electronics, chemicals and other items worth around $10 …

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Up to 15,000 ESB retirees and employees benefit from huge energy discounts

Thousands of ESB workers benefit from cheaper electricity for life as soaring energy bills drive up the cost of living. he Irish Independent revealed last week that the workforce of 7,800 is at a significant discount. It has now emerged that this extends beyond retirement and almost the same number …

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Live Updates: Uhuru Kenyatta’s Latest Budget

National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani set to present highlights of 2022/23 budget to Parliament 2:34 p.m.: The CS leaves the Treasury building for a photo op before heading to the Parliament buildings. 2:40 p.m.: The CS gets into a car and is driven to Parliament. 2:45 p.m.: CS makes …

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5 trending titles | beef magazine

There’s a lot going on in the world of beef and we’re trying to give you a taste of what’s happening outside your door this week. Related: Nutrients, high quality water essential for pregnant cows 1. The British Columbia Cattlemen’s Association is running a pilot program to help stop wildfires. …

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The detail in the trunk that gets you a fine of 3,000 lei. All Romanian drivers should know what they should never miss

If you think you get rid of fines just by following the rules of the road and having exemplary driving behavior, you are wrong. In reality, the police can leave you without 3,000 lei in your wallet, if you don’t pay attention to certain details. A heavy fine of 3,000 …

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Electricity players call for collaboration between players for consumer satisfaction –

The main stakeholders in the country’s electricity sector have called for a synergy of all actors to meet the rights and obligations of consumers. The call is contained in a statement issued at the end of a one-day National Electricity Consumer Protection Awareness Forum held in Abuja on March 31. …

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The 20% rise in the price of sugar leaves a bitter taste

As Namibians continue to bend under sharp rises in commodity and fuel prices, the Namibian Agricultural Trade Forum (ATF) announced yesterday that the price of white sugar will increase by 20% from April 7. The ATF said in a statement: “Namibia, together with Botswana and Lesotho, are all net importers …

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High-level task force to tackle the market

REZAUL KARIM | Published: Mar 29, 2022 8:46:32 a.m. | Update: Mar 29, 2022 10:11:40 a.m. The government is setting up a high-level task force to examine commodity prices and market mores and do whatever is seen fit to keep supplies within the limits of the commoners’ ability to buy. …

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Boosting economic recovery together | Philstar.com

Canada and the Philippines can together spur economic recovery in the post-pandemic future that fortunately lies ahead. While Congress has moved effectively to pass important economic reform legislation such as CREATE, an amended Civil Service Act, and other policies to help bounce back better, more can be done. Final ratification …

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Taxing de minimis imports is a gift to big business

Since the United States increased the duty-free import threshold from $200 to $800, American businesses and consumers have had better access to small imports of consumer goods and commercial supplies. A recent legislative proposal called the “America COMPETES Act” would reverse these gains. While protectionist policies will always have political …

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A forward-looking ASEAN goods trade agreement in a changing world │ GMA News Online

In 2009, in the face of the worst global economic crisis since the Great Depression, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) signed the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA), strengthening its commitment to open and integrated regional trade. On March 16, 2022, in the face of the unprecedented COVID-19 …

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China becomes main export destination for Pakistani pine nuts

BEIJING: Pakistani pine nuts not only enjoy a high price premium in China, but at present, China has become one of the major export destinations for Pakistani pine nuts. According to Agriculture Marketing Information Service (AMIS), in fiscal year 2018-2019 (July 2018-June 2019, a good year) and fiscal year 2019-2020 …

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Wayne Couzens charged with four counts of indecent exposure before Sarah Everard murder

WAYNE Couzens was today charged with four counts of indecent exposure. The four alleged offenses took place between January and February 2021 – a month before he murdered Sarah Everard. 2 Wayne Couzens has been charged with four counts of indecent exposure Couzens was a police officer on duty at …

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“With the current tariff structure, exporters had better not export”

The Business Standard interviewed Dr. Zaidi Sattar, President of the Policy Research Institute (PRI), to better understand the issue of trade reforms March 14, 2022, 12:00 Last modification: March 14, 2022, 12:12 p.m. Doctor Zaidi Satan. Sketch: TBS “> Doctor Zaidi Satan. Sketch: TBS With the fall of the Berlin …

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2.5 million people fled ‘senseless’ war in Ukraine, says UN

“Unprecedented” flow UNHCR had been working on an estimate that four million people could eventually seek to leave Ukraine as the war continues. But spokesman Matthew Saltmarsh said: “It is entirely possible that this four million planning figure could be revised upwards. “We just hit 2.5 million and that in …

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Gregor Townsend calls Duhan van der Merwe ‘ridiculous’ ban and wants clarification on World Rugby transfers

The player’s forearm made contact with opponent Kyle Rowe’s face during a transfer attempt during the Gallagher Premiership game. Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise The Scottish manager fears that the art of the transfer will be lost and that van der Merwe will be punished …

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Volatility in the edible oil market has everyone worried

YASSIR WARDAD | Published: March 07, 2022 08:59:44 | Update: March 07, 2022 12:35:24 Volatility in the edible oil market has fueled concerns from government, consumers and trade bodies, as many grocery stores in the city are now operating without any bottled oils on their shelves amid the halt in …

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Pioneering Technology Announces First Quarter 2022 Financial Results

Mississauga, Ontario – TheNewswire – March 1, 2022 – Technology Pioneer Corp. (TSXV: PTE) (“Innovative“or the”Company”), a technology company and the North American leader in cooking fire prevention technologies and products his unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended December 31, 2021. Pioneering’s unaudited condensed interim financial statements and …

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Extensive protection planned for the local cement industry

Louella Desiderio – The Filipina star February 27, 2022 | 00:00 MANILA, Philippines — The government is weighing the possibility of further extending an extensive tariff shield to the local cement industry to protect the industry from cheap imports. In a notice, the Tariff Commission (TC) said it had initiated …

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Too many British prisoners are still serving indefinite sentences

February 25, 2022 IN 2006 LEROY, a 22-year-old, stole another man’s phone on the street. After being arrested and convicted, he was sentenced to a minimum term of 30 months. However, 16 years later, Leroy is still in prison without knowing when he will be able to be released. He …

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EABC calls for a common external tariff of 35% | The new times

The East African Business Council (EABC) insists that partner states adopt a Common External Tariff (CET) of no more than 35% as this, among other things, will promote industrialization and boost trade intra-EAC of $18.9 million. Rwandan economist John Bosco Kalisa, CEO of the six-member bloc’s main regional body for …

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Why the EAC tariff review is a big deal

By Jaindi Kisero Very significant changes in the East African Community’s trade relations are expected to occur in the current budget cycle as member states begin to implement a comprehensive new Common External Tariff (CET). From what I understand, the partner states of the regional economic bloc have agreed to …

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Support for human rights defenders in Sri Lanka

The Sri Lankan government’s statement after a human rights lawyer, Ambika Satkunanathan, spoke to the European Parliament about the human rights situation in Sri Lanka amounts to harassment and intimidation, eight people said today. human rights groups, including Human Rights Watch. Here is their statement: JOINT STATEMENT BY NGOS IN …

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Africa: Competition Law – A Year in Review, 2021

By Nazeera Mia, Advocate for Knowledge and Learning: Competition, Bowmans South Africa Regulators across the continent have spent much of the last year assessing and consulting on options to strengthen existing competition law, strengthen enforcement powers and increase transparency and predictability in enforcement. competition law. There has also been a …

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US calls for talks with Mexico on endangered porpoise

Published on: 02/10/2022 – 20:08Amended: 02/10/2022 – 20:06 Washington (AFP) – Washington has invoked the environmental provisions of the North American Free Trade Pact to urge Mexico to do more to protect the critically endangered vaquita porpoise, officials said Thursday. The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) said …

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Supply chain forecast for 2022

After the many supply chain issues of the past two years, companies are hoping for an improved logistics landscape in 2022. logistical problems and government actions continue. Some pressures on the logistics part of the supply chain may ease, but shipping costs will continue to rise. Additionally, new issues are …

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Unisame urges government to consult SME sector in policy-making

KARACHI: The Union of Small and Medium Enterprises (Unisame) has urged Federal Minister of Industry and Production Khusro Bakhtiar to involve the SME sector for consultation in forming industrial policy, a statement said. Unisame Chairman Zulfikar Thaver said small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of large industries and …

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US Customs uncovers tariff evasion by Simpli Home | News

MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 3 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is taking action against Simpli Home after Cambria alerted the agency to the company’s alleged activities regarding the escape tariffs/taxes on imported quartz products. U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a final determination of the …

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Brexit Freedom Bill again promises GDPR reform • The Register

The UK government is making a second attempt to whip up Brexit benefits, if any, in a new bill that promises to speed up work on AI and gene editing. The so-called Brexit Freedoms Bill – its actual title to be decided by the Clerks of Parliament – ​​will also …

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First thoughts on the ‘new’ maritime contract regulations – The Medi Telegraph

Genova – With the conversion of Legislative Decree no. 152/2021 in the law of December 29, 2021 n. 233, the reform of the regulation of the maritime contract has finally seen the light of day. The evolution of the international transport sector in recent decades (and the development of modern …

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Customs Ruling of the Week – Classification of Pet Collar Accessory Suitable for Use with AirTag Tracking Device

In NY Decision N323568 (January 19, 2022), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) discussed the classification of two pet collar accessories. The primary use of the two pet collar accessories – Product A and Product B – is to hold Apple AirTag tracking devices. The first version, Product A, consists of …

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Permanent tariff reductions, higher quota on pork imports in sight

Louise Maureen Simeon – The Filipina Star January 27, 2022 | 00:00 MANILA, Philippines — President Duterte’s economic team is now considering whether to make reducing the tariff and increasing the volume of pork imports a permanent policy to further address inflation concerns in the country. According to the private …

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NERC: 8.1 million of Nigeria’s 12.8 million electricity customers are still unmetered

.The figure represents 64% of the total meter deficit.Ibadan, Abuja, Ikeja Discos lead measurement efforts By Emmanuel Addeh After decades of efforts to provide meters to electricity consumers in Nigeria, the device has yet to reach at least 8.1 million of the country’s current 12.8 million customers, according to new …

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Brits on board for expanding Vietnamese partnerships

The UK and Vietnam have a strong and growing bilateral trade relationship and share a strategic commitment to global trade and the free flow of capital and investment. In defiance of the raging global health crisis affecting trade and investment flows, a bilateral free trade agreement between Vietnam and the …

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Reduced carbon emissions, new waste and energy charges and more ‘clean energy’ public transport included in the government’s 2021-2025 environmental protection plan

Carbon emission reductions, new energy and waste charges and a big increase in the number of sustainable energy vehicles are proposed in the five-year Macao SAR environmental protection plan for 2021-2025 published today (Wednesday) by the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA). Macao SAR’s second five-year economic and social development plan for …

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Man arrested after discharging a gun in his apartment

A Rome man is facing numerous charges following a ‘shots fired’ incident on East Bloomfield Street. The Rome Police Department said André Ferrier, 30, negligently discharged a firearm inside his apartment, with the bullet passing through walls into another apartment. Fortunately, they say no one was hurt. According to police, …

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US President set to sign Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

The compromise version of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (HR 6256) (“Act”) was recently passed by both houses of Congress, and the legislation is now approved for President Biden’s signature. President Biden is expected to sign the legislation soon. With strong bipartisan support, earlier versions of this legislation had …

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Face of a killer – how a Corby boy who ‘never got in trouble’ was convicted of murder

A photo Draca posted of himself on social media The face of a teenage killer may be revealed for the first time after his conviction for the murder of Rayon Pennycook. A court order had been in effect prohibiting the boy from being named at his trial. But after turning …

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The bill proposed by the Democrats in the State House violates the cover-up laws?

A bill proposed by 35 members of the Democratic House in Washington state at first glance appears to be a moot point. DEMS WANT TO BAN OPEN TRANSPORTATION IN ELECTORAL OFFICES At the start of the 2022 legislative session, House Democrats introduced a curious bill. HB1618 (domestic bill) would ban …

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‘Pathetic’ exports prompt Nepal to review trade strategy

The government is revising Nepal’s trade integration strategy for the third time after failing to boost exports in a changing global trade landscape. Nepal developed and adopted the Nepal Trade Integration Strategy (NTIS) 2010 as an updated version of the 2004 Nepal Trade and Competitiveness Study which focused on the …

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BOC-NAIA stops illegal trade in bearded dragon and tegu lizards declared as children’s toys – UNTV News

Manila, Philippines – The Customs Office (BOC) has recorded levies amounting to £ 3 billion from pigmeat imports under a reduced tariff system, the Department of Finance (DOF) said. In a statement, the DOF said the BOC reported 197 million kilograms (kg) of pork imports from April 7 to November …

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Key consumption invoices for 19th Congress listed

A CONSUMERS group is calling on the next group of lawmakers to prioritize measures that will improve consumer protection and better regulate the prices of key commodities such as fuel and petroleum. Laban Konsyumer Inc. (LKI) President Victorio Mario A. Dimagiba cited in a recent statement several initiatives that the …

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The prices have fallen: BICMA | Kuensel online

Journalist With its interventions in the market, despite rising prices of all essential items, a significant reduction in voice, data and SMS tariffs has been achieved, according to Bhutan InfoComm and Media Authority (BICMA). From 2017 to 2020 (12 FYP), the Internet data rate was reduced by 40% and the …

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NEM 3.0 erodes solar value, makes batteries essential, and weakens grid flexibility in California – pv magazine USA

Batteries are considered a necessary part of a residential solar panel to achieve energy bill savings under the proposed California NEM 3.0 changes. But the way batteries should be used accordingly will be a loss for society. 23 December 2021 Ryan kennedy Proposed changes to California’s net metering program, the …

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BK Technologies achieves record bookings | 2021-12-21 | Press Releases

WEST MELBOURNE, FL / ACCESSWIRE / December 21, 2021 / BK Technologies Corporation (NYSE American: BKTI) announced today that the company expects to end fiscal 2021 with record bookings of more than $ 54 million. The Company expects to ship and earn revenue from these reservations in 2021 and the …

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Don’t rush into trade deals

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia needs to ensure that its national business ecosystem is ready to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and train highly skilled people, thus becoming a high value chain country before signing or ratifying a commercial agreement. UiTM Sabah political scientist and lecturer Firdausi Suffian said: “We need …

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ITC bans imports of Chinese massage weapons over violation

By Grace Dixon (December 17, 2021, 9:16 p.m. EST) – The U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to block imports of handheld massage guns from China that infringe Hyperice Inc.’s patented technology for vibrate. The ITC on Thursday issued a blanket exclusion order, a type of import ban that applies …

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