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Brits on board for expanding Vietnamese partnerships

The UK and Vietnam have a strong and growing bilateral trade relationship and share a strategic commitment to global trade and the free flow of capital and investment. In defiance of the raging global health crisis affecting trade and investment flows, a bilateral free trade agreement between Vietnam and the …

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Covid Omicron News Live: PM says UK is in a ‘incomparably better’ place this NYE ​​as South Africa’s Omicron wave peaks

[ad_1] Related video: WHO warns world faces ‘tsunami’ of Covid-19 infections Boris Johnson has said the UK is in a ‘incomparably better’ position this New Years Eve compared to last, while urging people to be cautious as they celebrate across the country. In a post to mark the start of …

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The decoupling prophecy – East African Business Week

[ad_1] Yu Yongding, BEIJING – In 2018, Steve Bannon, the chief strategist of then US President Donald Trump, argued that the United States must “decouple” from China. Since then, the term has become a staple in discussions of China-U.S. Relations – to the point that some, like former Australian Prime …

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My Vaccine Pass required to enter Queenstown facilities and sites

[ad_1] The Queenstown Lakes District Council has informed that people aged 12 and over visiting most of their departments, facilities and staffed locations will be required to show full proof of vaccination and wear a mask upon entry. New Zealand introduced My Vaccine Pass as a national vaccination certificate allowing …

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South Korea to supply 27.9 million tonnes of clean hydrogen by 2050, Auto News, ET Auto

It will also promote global renewable energy and hydrogen production projects using domestic capital and technologies to secure more than 40 hydrogen supply chains by 2050. The South Korean government will provide 27.9 million tonnes of hydrogen per year as 100% clean hydrogen by 2050. It is expected to generate …

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Agricultural potential: vested interests should not be allowed to turn India’s strengths into weaknesses

[ad_1] A year ago, the passage of three agricultural laws was the most radical reform adopted by the Narendra Modi government, the most ambitious reform since 1991. Today, the repeal of these same laws is the biggest fall policy of India’s first one-party majority government. since 1989. For Modi’s critics, …

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The Australian Open will require COVID vaccines. Will Novak Djokovic play?

[ad_1] The ball is back in Novak Djokovic’s court. Australian Open chief Craig Tiley confirmed on Saturday that everyone who attends the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of 2022 will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including all players. This continues to question the status of defending champion and …

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How Geoffrey Cox became involved in the Westminster Sleaze scandal

[ad_1] The sleaze scandal surrounding Boris JohnsonThe government of Ireland continues to harass the Prime Minister a week after the row that erupted over his decision to order MPs to rescue the former secretary of Northern Ireland Owen Paterson a six-week suspension after the Commons Standards Committee found him guilty …

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NP View: Trudeau should humbly listen to Alberta voters on equalization

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links NP Comment Inherent injustice is well understood by Canadians, even if not by their leaders Author of the article: View of the national post Release date : 23 October 2021 • 16 hours ago • 4 minutes to read • 609 reviews Edmontonians lined up at an …

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Roger Cook announces announcements to open WA before 80% vaccine hurdle hits

[ad_1] The WA Minister of Health said “announcements” on the government’s plan to open the state will be made before Western Australia reaches the crucial milestone of having 80% of its population aged. 16 years and over fully vaccinated. Key points: Health Minister Roger Cook says Western Australia has met …

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Stuck in disputes, 5G auction in Portugal drags on without end, Telecom News, ET Telecom

[ad_1] By Sergio Gonçalves LISBON: Already at war with the three companies that dominate the Portuguese mobile phone market, the national regulator ANACOM is criticized by the government for a 5G auction that has dragged on for endless months. Delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the auction of several batches of …

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Saudi takeover of Newcastle United is a symptom of England’s political failures | David Goldblatt

FFootball, not just the national game, is England’s political theater. The way the fan spasm of protest stopped the European Super League in its tracks in April, and which the Prime Minister wrongly claimed as his own victory, spoke to both a residual public sense – albeit often dormant. – …

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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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Shaping a fair, inclusive and sustainable recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities in our societies and economies – and the recovery is expected to be uneven. At the same time, the crisis has brought hope – and an opportunity to “build back better and more widely”. A new briefing paper outlines a three-step agenda for an …

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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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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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FTE Summit kicks off the decade of Mykonos

ZURICH and Athens, Greece, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – VIVA Investment Partners AG Announces its 12e Annual Follow The Entrepreneur (FTE) Investor Summit – FTE Mykonos 2021 – at the Royal Myconian Hotel which will start on 1st from October to 5e October – https://globalftenetwork.com VIP thinks Greece …

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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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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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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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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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Brexit news – live: Boris Johnson says UK must end ‘restrictive regulations’

[ad_1] UK-Australia trade deal will benefit UK farmers, insists Boris Johnson Boris Johnson said a future path needs to be cleared through a “thicket of onerous and restrictive regulations” to realize the UK’s potential outside the EU. The Prime Minister welcomed a report by a task force made up of …

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Covid lockdown: should England open on June 21? | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Data The key question is to what extent will the Delta variant infections first detected in India lead to hospitalizations and deaths. The problem is, it’s too early to tell. Due to the time lag between cases and hospital admissions, many experts say that a short delay could be …

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Gujarat breaks with signing of agreements for 3,979 solar projects with a capacity of 2,500 MW, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

[ad_1] Gujarat’s four state-owned electricity distribution companies have signed Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for 3,979 small-scale distributed solar projects with a total capacity of 2,500 MW, the government said on Saturday. These small-scale distributed solar projects, which will be commissioned in the next 18 months, will bring an investment of …

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Jaishankar reiterates unease over US withdrawal from Afghanistan | Latest India News

[ad_1] Ahead of the most expansive in-person engagement to date by an Indian cabinet member with senior officials in the Biden administration, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday reiterated India’s deep unease with the government’s stated plan. United States to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan for “political expediency.” The gains …

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UK government report warns deal will cut agricultural production

[ad_1] Reports have revealed that the UK government has agreed in principle to offer a 15-year quota-free, zero-rate transitional trade deal to Australia. This comes despite the fact that the UK government’s impact assessment on an FTA between the UK and Australia concluded that full tariff liberalization would lead to …

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Brexit News: Which nation should Boris target for the next post-Brexit deal? | Politics | New

[ad_1] Brexit: British imports and exports assessed by an expert Downing Street confirmed earlier today that Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes to agree to a 15-year transition to a tariff-free, quota-free trade pact with Australia, despite some concerns about how this will affect farmers British. The deal could be a …

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Financial group invited to supply clear roadmaps

[ad_1] ISLAMABAD: The Financial Consultative Council (ACE) has been requested to develop quick, medium and long run roadmaps for essential sectors of the economic system with a view to reaching sustainable financial growth, the federal government wishing to incorporate proposed mandates within the subsequent funds for the following fiscal 12 …

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Settlement for Sputnik V to fabricate doses in Cairo

[ad_1] CAIRO – Builders of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine say they’ve signed an settlement with a number one Egyptian pharmaceutical firm to fabricate greater than 40 million doses per 12 months in Cairo. The Russian Direct Funding Fund, together with Egyptian Minapharm and its Berlin-based subsidiary, issued a joint press …

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Robust commerce ties with India might put UK in pole place to hitch CPTPP and tackle China

[ad_1] Boris Johnson canceled his deliberate go to to India after coronavirus circumstances bought out of hand. Shifting the dialog on-line, as many people did final yr, under no circumstances diminishes the significance of the discussions he and Prime Minister Modi may have within the weeks to return. Their dialogue …

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Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus to attend UNECE Council session

[ad_1] Archive picture MINSK, April 21 (BelTA) – Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister, Council member of the Eurasian Financial Fee (EEC) Igor Petrishenko will take part in an internet session of the EEC Council on April 22 and 23, BelTA realized within the press service of the Belarusian authorities. The agenda …

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Ranger outcasts make invincible claim as he details 55 motivations

[ad_1] Rangers ruled out Jordan Jones insists Steven Gerrard will want to spend the season undefeated after winning the league title this weekend – and is adamant the focus has always been on winning the Rangers rather than stopping Celtic. Jones was loaned out after being caught breaking Covid guidelines, …

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Three years later, Malta awaits justice for murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

[ad_1] Through Crispy balmer, Stephen gray VALLETTA (Reuters) – When a bomb exploded on the island of Malta three years ago, killing militant journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, it rocked Europe, appearing to sum up a growing criminal threat to those who have challenged corruption. FILE PHOTO: A protester holds a …

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Special tax treatment on loan moratorium gives banks a soft landing

[ad_1] THE special tax treatment given to banks for the moratorium on loans they offer to customers will cushion the impact on their income, say bankers and analysts. On Monday, Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz estimated that the banking sector would suffer losses of RM 6.4 billion …

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