Tariff Protection

I blame Ofgem for the collapse of my energy company | Andy harris

[ad_1] I take no pleasure in saying to Ofgem, “I told you so. Thanks to a perfect storm in the energy sector, many suppliers have failed. But with all storms, you can see the clouds forming first. Utility Point, the company I helped create and grow with more than 220,000 …

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Why is the United States threatening to increase tariffs on imports from certain countries? Is a digital war on?

[ad_1] The United States recently announced tariffs of 25% on more than $ 2 billion in imports from six countries on its digital services taxes, but immediately suspended tariffs to allow time for tax negotiations international organizations to continue. What prompted the United States to take such steps? The US …

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Swiss Federal Council adopts message on Renewable Energy Supply Act – Commentary

[ad_1] BackgroundMain aspects of the Renewable Energy Supply ActComment The Federal Council recently adopted the Federal Law on the Security of Electricity Supply by Renewable Energies (Renewable Energy Supply Act). As requested by the participants in the consultation process, the law combines a revised version of the Electricity Supply Law …

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The president signs a decree to increase social contributions

[ad_1] October 16, 2021 4:02 p.m. (UTC + 04:00) 458 By Vafa Ismayilova Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev on October 16 signed a decree on further measures in the field of protection of the social welfare of the population, Azertag reported. Under this document, the Cabinet of Ministers was tasked with …

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Farmers seek to re-engage in CPTPP

[ad_1] Farmers involved in a virtual Farmers for Free Trade Roundtable on October 14 representing corn, pork, beef and milk farms, all supported a more multilateral approach to trade, such as reintegration into the Comprehensive and progressive agreement for the trans-Pacific, the predecessor of the TPP. An inward approach could …

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19 months to go, Buhari urges ministers to accelerate achievement of goals

[ad_1] • Asks SGF to convene quarterly meetings to review government priority areas • Okonjo-Iweala: the cost of Nigerian trade is too high to attract investment By Deji Elumoye With just 19 months and two weeks to complete his two eight-year terms, President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday called on ministers and …

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Treasury bans the use of imported cement on all government funded projects

[ad_1] The use of imported cement on government-funded projects was banned by the National Treasury from November 4, which will give local cement producers a boost. The announcement prompted shares of the JSE PPC-listed cement and building materials producer to rise 8.98% on Monday to close at R5.34 per share. …

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How to sustainably increase agricultural growth by at least 1%?

[ad_1] STAR PHILIPPINE / MICHAEL VARCAS TThe Philippine economy is expected to grow this year perhaps between 4% and 5%, coming out of a deep contraction last year largely due to economic lockdowns here and the global economic recession, all due to COVID-19 . If agriculture is to make a …

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Advocates to protect the most vulnerable as annual bills could reach £ 2,000 | Politics | New

[ad_1] Yesterday, charities called for more help to keep the elderly and vulnerable warm this winter. Critical energy industries also had crisis talks with Secretary of Business Kwasi Kwarteng. Experts say bills could rise by £ 800 to £ 2,000 a year. The energy price cap rose to £ 1,277 …

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The new order of commerce

The new order of commerce

What is the interest rate I can Expect for a Bad Credit loan? The interest rate that a lender will charge you plays an important influence on the ability of you to pay the loan amounts on time.If the interest rate you pay is excessive you might not be able …

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Osun Coven summons DisCo over power failure in Osun community

[ad_1] The Osun State House of Assembly passed a motion to convene the Managing Director of the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC), the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) and the Federal Commission for Competition and Consumer Protection (FCCPC) regarding the power failure in Ife Local Government Council North of Osun …

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30,000 provincial workers in British Columbia to be vaccinated

[ad_1] An offer by CP Rail to obtain a tax holiday due to an 1880 contract was rejected by a federal judge. The Blacklock Reporter said the railroad paid $ 758 million in income taxes last year. “Canadian Pacific has paid,” wrote Justice Alan Diner, noting that the 141-year-old contract …

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Ex-Facebook Director Frances Haugen Criticizes Company, Calls For More Oversight, Telecom News, ET Telecom

[ad_1] Former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen speaks during a hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation subcommittee on consumer protection, product safety and data security, at Capitol Hill on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon) WASHINGTON: While accusing the giant social network of …

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About 200 companies will participate in Energy Expo 2021

[ad_1] MINSK, October 5 (BelTA) – Some 200 companies are expected to participate in the 25th Belarusian Energy and Ecology Forum (Energy Expo 2021) which is to take place from October 12 to 15, the Belarusian deputy minister told media of Energy, Olga Prudnikova. at the BelTA press center on …

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Renewable energy certificates: how tech giants and banks can say they’re 100% green – even if they’re not

[ad_1] Oct 3, 2021 3:00 p.m. EDT Renewable energy certificates: how tech giants and banks can say they’re 100% green – even if they’re not The energy milestone that companies say they’ve reached is only due to the confusion of paper and contracts, but they appear to be the heroes …

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Energy company Bulb under fire for monthly bill increases of up to 80% | Energy bills

[ad_1] Energy company Bulb has been criticized by customers who say they use them like a bank. This forces them to pay higher bills even though many of them represent hundreds of pounds of supplier credit. The bumper increases – up to 80% – could be an indicator of what …

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U.S. trade strategy with China to be unveiled on Monday

[ad_1] U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai (戴 琪) is expected to unveil a long-awaited strategy for her country’s difficult trade relationship with China in a speech to a think tank in Washington on Monday, her office said. Tai will speak on his review of China’s trade policy at the Center …

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Illegal handset network prohibited

[ad_1] Illegal handsets will not benefit from network connectivity from today as the government seeks to stem the threat of tax evasion when importing mobile phones, which is also hurting the competitiveness of the devices. assembled locally. To this end, the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) on July 1 installed …

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Wamalwa moves on to defense as Keter is sent to devolution »Capital News

[ad_1] NAIROBI, Kenya September 29 – President Uhuru Kenyatta reshuffled his cabinet on Wednesday, sending Eugene Wamalwa to the Ministry of Defense where he will replace Monica Juma. Juma was taken to the Energy Ministry to succeed Charles Keter who is the new Cabinet Secretary for Devolution, a post previously …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] [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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Martin Lewis warns millions will face tough choices this winter

[ad_1] 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 …

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House approves funding for Israel’s Iron Dome

[ad_1] 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 …

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What happens if your energy company goes bankrupt?

[ad_1] 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 …

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What are the main advantages of the AfCFTA in 2021?

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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The foreign policy we need

[ad_1] 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, …

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Action on trade is needed for businesses to meet their net zero goals

[ad_1] The global economy is expected to rebound this year with growth of 5.3%, the fastest in nearly five decades, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). In its new report released on Wednesday, the agency said the rebound, however, was very uneven across regions, sectors …

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Government plans gas bailout as million families face rising energy bill prices

[ad_1] It is believed that several options are on the table. Industry sources have also suggested that VAT or green levies on energy bills could be frozen or reformed to ease the burden on prices. It can be difficult to suspend green levies, as the collected income is used to …

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SMC plans Operation Bulacan Water in January 2023 – Manila Bulletin

[ad_1] The diversified listed company San Miguel Corporation (SMC) aims to operate phase 3 of Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project (BBWSP) of 24.4 billion pesos by January 2023, following approval by the government of the company’s updated business plan (UBP) for the project. ANGAT DAM “We are targeting operations to …

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Refinery policy and its partial approval

[ad_1] ISLAMABAD: The Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCOE) has taken a diverse approach to dealing with two sectors of the same industry; power and refinement. Pakistan’s refining sector meets the country’s strategic requirements as it also produces jet fuel for airlines and the air force. However, for the second time …

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Some Rich People Count Their Antibodies “As Calories”

[ad_1] Before Juhi Singh, 46, owner of an upscale wellness center on the Upper East Side, flew to the Amalfi Coast last month, she packed her swimsuits and left her son behind. age 10 with his grandmother. Her personal driver also took her to Sollis Healthcare, a concierge medical service …

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How hope, fear and misinformation drove thousands of Haitians to the US border

[ad_1] The United States is home to around one million Haitians, with the largest numbers concentrated in Miami, Boston and New York. But Haitian communities have flourished in Maryland, Ohio, North Carolina and California. This week, the United States resumed deportation flights to Haiti under Title 42, an emergency public …

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826 spiders declared figurines, drugs seized in Pasay City

[ad_1] (Photo by BOC-NAIA) MANILA – The NAIA Port Customs Office (BOC) reported on Friday the seizure of some 826 spiders in three packages in Pasay City. In a statement, the office said a total of 809 spiders and 17 adult spiders were found inside air mail packages at the …

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Report, Telecom News, ET Telecom

[ad_1] China is reviewing the new games to make sure they meet stricter criteria for content and child protection, Bloomberg News said Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. The media watchdog is reassessing titles submitted for approval by game developers from Tencent Holdings Ltd to Netease Inc to ensure …

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FERC Denies Cross-Sound Cable Company’s Request for Incentive Tariff Treatment to Meet IROL-CIP Costs | Man’s pepper with trout

[ad_1] On August 31, 2021, FERC denied Cross-Sound Cable Company, LLC’s (“Cross-Sound Cable”) request for incentive rate treatment to create a regulatory asset to recover costs incurred between 2016 and 2021 in order to comply to the operational limits of the reliability of the interconnection (“IROL”) Critical infrastructure protection costs …

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Bhagwanth Khuba discusses FICCI interaction and GCPMH 2021 launch

[ad_1] Shri Bhagwanth Khuba, Union Minister of State for Chemicals, Fertilizers and New and Renewable Energy, spoke today on the FICCI interaction and the launch of GCPMH 2021, in Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi. He discussed various key issues regarding the availability of feed stocks, the judicious use of pesticides and …

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Nigerian Government Introduces Businesses For Sale, Concession – (FULL LIST)

[ad_1] The Nigerian government hopes to sell or temporarily cede control of dozens of state-owned enterprises with the aim of resuscitating them in 2021 and beyond. An investor’s guide by the Office of Public Enterprises (BPE) invites potential investors to take advantage of the available opportunities and incentives offered by …

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Uncle of girl killed by Colin Pitchfork warns her release is “a very big risk” for children

[ad_1] Play video “Some crimes that are so notorious … some crimes that are just not ‘parole’ … that really deserve a lifetime price.” The uncle of one of the 15-year-old girls raped and murdered by Colin Pitchfork says his release endangers the safety of children wherever they are relocated. …

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On Modern Slavery, We Need Moral Leadership Rather Than Market Morality | The new daily

[ad_1] This week, the Senate passed a bill to amend federal customs regulations to ban the importation of any product made using forced labor. The government introduced the Modern Slavery Act in 2018. Do we need another law on this issue? Should we now make it illegal to import goods …

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CIT grants duty-free treatment to Logitech cameras

[ad_1] Law360 (August 24, 2021, 7:58 p.m. EDT) – The United States Court of International Trade on Tuesday granted duty-free treatment to video conferencing cameras from Logitech Inc. to apply a tariff of 2.1%. Logitech has wrangled with the government for years over the proper classification of its products, generally …

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Belarusian PM discusses results of EAEU summit

[ad_1] MINSK, Aug 23 (BelTA) – Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko summed up the results of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council meeting in Kyrgyzstan in an interview with Belarus 1 television channel, BelTA has learned. “This time, we did not have difficult problems or different positions. But there were many subjects …

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Freer trade | Indian express

[ad_1] After raising questions about the benefits India is getting from the Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) it has signed and choosing to withdraw from the Comprehensive Regional Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade agreement, the Minister of Union Trade has suggested in its recent comments that the government reorient its foreign trade …

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“Quite optimistic GDP growth forecast”

[ad_1] By financial securities The 2019/20 period has been difficult for Zimbabwe due to concerns over severe drought, Cyclone Idai and important but necessary economic reforms. 2020 has been hit by a pandemic. According to the World Bank, the pandemic resulted in an 8% reduction in national GDP in 2020. …

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Happiest Minds Technologies will hire 300 technicians in each of the next three quarters, Telecom News, ET Telecom

[ad_1] Bengaluru-based software company Happiest Minds Technologies, which has recently faced increasing levels of attrition, plans to hire 300 technicians in each of the next three quarters, its senior management said. The 11-year-old Ashok Soota-promoted company saw strong attrition of 14.7% in the June quarter, as its total headcount stood …

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Ind-Ra, Telecom News, ET Telecom

[ad_1] Calcutta: Bharti Airtel’s recent move to raise the floor prices for certain prepaid and postpaid plans will support its average revenue per user (ARPU) growth in the medium to long term, India Ratings & Research (Ind-Ra) said. According to the rating agency, this is because the phone company run …

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Energy and water to know – July 2021

[ad_1] Home Energy Retailer Consultation: Opt-in Switching and Opt-Out Switching Test A BEIS consultation proposes to create a framework to introduce an opt-in switching system, where households with the more expensive tariffs are offered a simple method of switching to a cheaper tariff. As part of examining how the default …

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U.S. clean energy industry facing forced labor issues

[ad_1] This is the first of three articles on the solar industry and forced labor. Here we focus on regulation. Articles in the coming weeks will focus on the issues facing importers and their suppliers, as well as investors and their demands. Your shipment of solar equipment is stopped by …

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BRICS Trade Minister to meet in September to advance India’s trade proposals

[ad_1] BRICS Trade Minister to meet in September to advance India’s trade proposals New Delhi, Jul 21 (KNN) Trade ministers from five BRICS countries will meet in September to push forward a series of proposals from India to strengthen and increase intra-BRICS cooperation and trade. According to an official statement …

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US Reports Aggressive Approach On Forced Labor And New Risks For Businesses | Arent Renard

[ad_1] Amid daily reports of human rights atrocities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the Biden administration is living up to its G7 pledge to end forced labor in chains. global supply. In the past few weeks alone, the US government has …

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India chairs 2021 meeting of the BRICS of the contact group on economic and trade issues

[ad_1] BRICS members agreed to push forward India’s proposals circulated at the 2021 BRICS meeting on the Contact Group on Economic and Trade Matters (CGETI). The CGETI meeting was held from July 12-14, 2021. During the three-day meeting, BRICS members deliberated on the following proposals circulated by India, to strengthen …

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With the very first Sukuk, Beximco is betting big on the green

[ad_1] The five-year asset-backed Green Sukuk is convertible, redeemable and participating Beximco released the information memorandum for Bangladesh’s first green sukuk for Tk 3,000 crore after obtaining approval from the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) last Thursday. The five-year asset-backed Green Sukuk is convertible, redeemable and participatory, the memorandum …

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The 5 main developments in international trade in 2021: mid-year report

[ad_1] Law360 (July 16, 2021, 8:04 p.m. EDT) – The first half of 2021 saw the Biden administration settle a years-long plane subsidy feud and prioritize vigorous labor enforcement, while the bar Trade continued to struggle with the tariff authority scope of national security. Here, Law360 breaks down the biggest …

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How Uganda plans to expand industrialization with taxation

[ad_1] Some of the tax measures that have been taken in this regard have included changes to the Income Tax Law, Excise Duty Law and VAT Law, among others, affecting areas such as rental income tax, fuel tax, internet data taxes, among others. These were primarily aimed at increasing revenue …

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Obstacles to export-led growth – Opinion

[ad_1] Pakistan’s exports have stagnated over the past decade, while competing economies have experienced commendable export growth rates which have significantly strengthened their economies. Pakistan’s inward-looking trade policies have been a major obstacle to the economy’s ability to keep pace with its regional competitors. This is allegedly demonstrated by research …

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US Judge Ends Amazon Challenge Over $ 10 Billion Cloud Contract After Pentagon Cancels, Telecom News, ET Telecom

[ad_1] A U.S. judge on Friday dismissed Amazon.com’s legal challenge to the Defense Department’s 2019 decision to award a $ 10 billion JEDI cloud computing project to competitor Microsoft Corp after the contract was canceled by the Pentagon. Amazon.com had accused then-President Donald Trump, alleging that the former president improperly …

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UK Government sets out its strategic approach to CPTPP accession and call for evidence reopened

[ad_1] The parties to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) have agreed to formally begins an accession process with the UK. Ahead of the start of formal negotiations, the UK Government has set out its strategic approach to accession. The CPTPP is a trade agreement between 11 …

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Latest Brexit News: Norway Makes Landmark Deal With UK After Heated Debate In Oslo | Politics | New

[ad_1] Storting politicians held a heated debate over support for the deal, which raised concerns that the deal could see Norwegian farmers and agriculture sold off to their British counterparts. Emilie Enger Mehl, leader of the Center Party in the Storting, said the trade deal weakens “tariff protection for chicken, …

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IT News Online – US Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management to Deploy BK Technologies BKR 5000

[ad_1] MELBOURNE WEST, FL / ACCESS WIRE / July 6, 2021 / BK Technologies Corporation (NYSE American: BKTI) announced today that the United States Department of the Interior (BLM) has selected BK’s new BKR 5000 portable communications technology for purchase and deployment. The BLM manages 245 million acres of public …

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Steel tariff decision calls for protection of agriculture

[ad_1] The government’s decision to extend import limits on steel products is expected to trigger “grim reflection” on the impact of trade deals that open up markets to cheap food imports, a union has warned. The government announced last week that it would extend defense measures for the steel industry …

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Textile policy to be approved by August: Dawood

[ad_1] ISLAMABAD: The government is set to unveil an ambitious 2020-25 textiles and clothing policy by next month, as consultation to finalize the policy is nearing completion. This was stated by the adviser to the Prime Minister of Trade and Investment, Abdul Razaq Dawood, during a press briefing here Thursday. …

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Mitsubishi Electric boss resigns after decades of falsified data, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

[ad_1] Tokyo: The boss of Mitsubishi Electric resigned Friday after the Japanese electronics conglomerate admitted to tampering with some inspection data for more than three decades. Earlier this week, the company said it improperly inspected some of its train car air conditioners and brake compressors. The oldest of the inspection …

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The oil refining policy soon presented to the cabinet

[ad_1] ISLAMABAD: The Standing Senate Petroleum Committee was informed on Wednesday that the new petroleum refining policy, which was primarily aimed at attracting maximum investment in the sector, would soon be presented to the federal cabinet for approval. The policy would attract huge investment in the petroleum refining sector by …

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Crisil, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

[ad_1] Mumbai: Rising module prices could lower yields of 12 GW from bidding solar projects by 200 basis points and inflate future bid prices by 10 to 15 paise per unit, according to Crisil Ratings. Solar modules account for over 50 percent of the total project cost and the bulk …

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Small farms perish, troll farms thrive

[ad_1] All of France’s presidential candidates have a cherished ritual. They begin their campaigns in rural areas to pledge allegiance to the small farms and their livelihood. There is a phrase for it, something very close to “love of the land” but expressed with more passion and fervor. Whether the …

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Japan ratifies world’s largest free trade deal involving China and ASEAN

[ad_1] Japan on Friday ratified the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), a free trade agreement between China, Australia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Tokyo becomes the third member to ratify the agreement, which was signed by 15 countries in November last year. Of the signatories, Singapore and China …

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Japan: A Sophisticated and Reliable Market for Australian Exporters

[ad_1] Listen to this story Japan became Australia’s largest trading partner in the early 1970s and maintained this position for 26 years. Although it became our second largest export market in 2009-2010, the economic relationship between Australia and Japan remains vital, supported by complementary strengths, needs and opportunities. Japan has …

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NFU demands a strategy to mitigate the impact of trade agreements

[ad_1] The NFU demands that the government develop a comprehensive strategy to mitigate the impact of cheap food imports on UK farmers. The UK government has agreed in principle to a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Australia, which includes the phasing out of tariffs on imported foods, including beef, lamb …

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UK Starts Negotiations to Join Asia-Pacific Trade Treaty CPTPP | International exchange

[ad_1] The UK is starting negotiations to join a free trade alliance with Asia-Pacific countries, a key part of its attempts to divert trade from Europe after Brexit. Britain will hold virtual talks to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), strengthening trade ties with the group’s …

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Is he a cockroach or a political freak and will the push to replace him be successful?

[ad_1] A campaign for change It’s a spring day in Canberra and Labor Senator Kristina Keneally is standing in the Red Chamber of the Australian Senate, debating a motion denouncing the Morrison government’s Minister for Aging Care, Richard Colbeck. The Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate is excited, …

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Struggling Cambs farmers could be undermined in UK-Australia post-Brexit trade deal

[ad_1] Cambridgeshire farmers say they are worried about how the UK’s post-Brexit trade deal with Australia could undermine them with cheaper imports. Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted the deal, the first to be negotiated from scratch since Brexit, would benefit British farmers. There will be a cap on duty-free imports …

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The Day – Ineos, a new automaker, seeks to fill a niche abandoned by Land Rover

[ad_1] Does the world need another SUV? It just might, if you ask Sir Jim Ratcliff, a 4×4 enthusiast who has always loved the Land Rover Defender, a basic British-built SUV that has proven itself for decades during war and peace, in Botswana and Belgravia. By 2017, however, the Defender, …

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World Bank Releases Economic Update Report on Nigeria

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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IZA campaigns to develop the local zinc industry

[ad_1] 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 …

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