10-year safeguard duty saved PH steel producers and workers – Manila Bulletin

The Tariff Commission said the imposition of a 10-year safeguard duty saved the domestic steel angle industry, which generates P6 billion in annual revenue, and as such, the 21 steelmakers must strengthen their resilience and not waste the gains from tariff protection. This was the conclusion of the Tariff Board …

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Five Leeds United players could sign to repeat Marcelo Bielsa’s biggest transfer round – Elliott Jackson

Perhaps the most astounding part of Leeds United’s success under Marcelo Bielsa lies in the stories of those who have been integral to their rise. Patrick Bamford, a £ 5million misfit who has yet to really find a home or unlock the potential that had put him in the books …

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My wife has 125 lipsticks. Her $ 11,000 cosmetic bill is our household’s biggest expense – exceeding vehicles and housing

My wife and I have about $ 4,000 in expenses each month. She brings in 14% of our total income while me 86%. Before we got married, she lived with her wealthy parents, and from my perspective, she lacked vital adult experiences that she would have gained from fending for …

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Global real estate markets set to take off this year

A residential building construction site is seen, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Detroit, Michigan, United States, April 28, 2020. REUTERS / Rebecca Cook Residential real estate markets in major economies will soar this year thanks to huge monetary and fiscal support and in the midst of a recovery …

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Tune Protect Launches Affordable Home Insurance Products

Home Easy touted as the cheapest online home insurance on the market Includes free benefits; stackable add-ons for extra coverage TUNE Protect Malaysia has launched Home Easy and Home Shield, homeowner’s and homeowner’s insurance that covers residential buildings and home contents against loss or damage due to fire, lightning, explosion, …

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Solar storm G2 scheduled for May 26; Where could we see the Northern Lights

An active sunspot group sends magnetic energy back to Earth. Space meteorologists say we could see the Northern Lights, or Northern Lights, due to this geomagnetic storm. If you look at the NASA image just below, you can see the sunspot cluster facing Earth today. When the sunspots first appeared …

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Fisker shareholders (FSR) approve the merger of FS KKR Capital Corp. and FS KKR Capital Corp. II

What’s going on with Fisker? Fisker (FSR) announced that the shareholders of FS KKR Capital Corp and FS KKR Capital Corp. II (FSKR) approved the merger of FSK and FSKR at the special meetings of shareholders of each company held on May 21, 2021. The company’s shares were trading down …

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Is US trade policy going green?

Environment in the spotlight at USTR Stephen Olson | Published: May 24, 2021, 9:44 p.m. With just over two months of work, US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai has already crafted the most ambitious pro-environmental trade policy in US history. For decades, the dominant view was that trade and the …

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Cheese curds, 5/24: packers begin OTA practices on Monday

For the first time in 2021, the Green Bay Packers will enter the training ground today as a full squad, beginning their preparations on the pitch for the coming season. Well, at least that’s the goal. Organized team activities officially start today and the team is scheduled to organize practice …

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Edwin Poots: Australian FTA ‘will hurt’ NI meat trade

DUP chief-designate Edwin Poots wrote to the UK government expressing “ strong opposition ” to the prospect of a tariff-free, quota-free trade deal with Australia. Mr Poots, who is currently Minister of Agriculture for Northern Ireland before taking up his new post on May 28, said such a deal would …

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