Tariff Protection

A clear position of the ECJ: zero support for zero tariff options

A zero-cost option is a business practice whereby an Internet service provider enforces a ‘zero tariff‘(or a more advantageous rate) to all or part of the data traffic associated with a specific application or category of applications, offered by the partners of this internet service provider. This data is therefore …

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Center Identifies UT for Project to Replace Electricity Meters with Smart Meters | Chandigarh News

[email protected] Chandigarh: The Union government has identified Chandigarh as one of the cities where all electric meters will be converted to smart meters. The works will be carried out by the agency finalized by the Union government. The plan is to replace all existing 2.40 lakh electricity meters with smart …

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U.S.-China trade war hasn’t brought U.S. businesses home, study finds

The trade war between the United States and China has failed to get American companies to leave the Chinese market, instead the costs of tariffs are passed on to consumers, according to a new study. In an article published on the SSRN preprint platform this month, researchers Samantha Vortherms and …

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OPINION-The policy of CPTPP applications: Beijing’s diplomacy and Taipei’s calculations

The demarches of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to request membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) on September 16 and those of Taiwan to follow suit on September 22 have illustrated not only the intense rivalries between the two sides, but also the complex …

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Martin Lewis warns millions will face tough choices this winter

UK households may have to make a grim choice this winter. Martin Lewis warns people may be forced to choose between food and heat as energy bills rise across the country. Martin, who founded MoneySavingExpert.com, called the situation “catastrophic” and said intervention was needed to help consumers. He says it …

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House approves funding for Israel’s Iron Dome

WASHINGTON – The House overwhelmingly approved $ 1 billion in new funding for Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system on Thursday, after a debate that revealed bitter divisions among Democrats over U.S. policy toward the one of his closest allies. The vote was 420: 9 to help Israel replace missile …

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What happens if your energy company goes bankrupt?

Household finances are under pressure as some energy companies are pushed to the brink. At least 1.5 million consumers have seen their suppliers crash in recent weeks after the energy sector was hit by soaring global wholesale gas prices. Here’s a look at how households might face a perfect storm …

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What are the main advantages of the AfCFTA in 2021?

The African Continental Free Trade Area is the world’s largest free trade area, which could transform the continent’s economic outlook. Created in May 2018 and entered into force on January 1, 2021, the AfCFTA aims to be a model of cross-border cooperation in an era of growing isolationism. In addition, …

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Fraudulent importers distorting the values ​​of import transactions, deplores customs

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has accused fraudulent importers of attempting to misinterpret and distort the values ​​of import transactions in order to evade or deceive the government when assessing duties on imported cargoes. In a message published Tuesday via social networks, the deputy national public relations manager of the …

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The foreign policy we need

Foreign policy is an essential component of any national development strategy. If that changes, foreign political and trade relations will have to change. Thirty years of neoliberal strategy have led to a trade opening without intermediary on the world economy, while our diplomacy has enthusiastically approached the developed countries, distancing …

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