Tariff Protection

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

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 and …

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

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 support …

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SMC plans Operation Bulacan Water in January 2023 – Manila Bulletin

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 begin …

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Refinery policy and its partial approval

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 now, …

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Some Rich People Count Their Antibodies “As Calories”

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 in …

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

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 health …

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826 spiders declared figurines, drugs seized in Pasay City

(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 Central …

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Report, Telecom News, ET Telecom

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 they …

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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

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 (“IROL-CIP”) …

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Bhagwanth Khuba discusses FICCI interaction and GCPMH 2021 launch

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 achieving …

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