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

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. Pitchfork, …

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

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 produced …

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CIT grants duty-free treatment to Logitech cameras

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 categorized …

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Belarusian PM discusses results of EAEU summit

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 on …

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Freer trade | Indian express

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 policy. …

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“Quite optimistic GDP growth forecast”

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. This …

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

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 at …

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Ind-Ra, Telecom News, ET Telecom

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 by …

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Energy and water to know – July 2021

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 provisions …

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