Monthly Archives: May 2022

Des Moines’ BLK & Bold Co-Founders Appear on “The Ellen Show” Thursday

Local business BLK & Bold Specialty Coffee Roasters is celebrating four years in business with a national television appearance this week. On Thursday, BLK & Bold co-founders Rod Johnson and Pernell Cezar will appear on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” as part of the program’s final season. BLACK and bold is a specialty coffee roaster and tea wholesaler from which Johnson ...

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How Battery Manufacturers Can Meet the Challenge of Current and Future Supply Chain Disruptions

In this article, UL provides some advice for battery manufacturers to deal with the enormous component shortage challenge that the electronics industry continues to face. Indeed, battery manufacturers must wait several months for delivery after ordering components. At the same time, the demand for lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries has risen sharply due to the automotive industry’s shift to electric vehicles as ...

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Modi’s trade restrictions are illogical unless there is a political reason behind them

A version of this article first appeared in The India Cable – a subscriber-only newsletter published by Thread and Ideas Galileo. You can subscribe to The India Cable by clicking here. According to conventional wisdom, economic policy must be consistent and predictable. U-turns do not bode well for broader economic growth. In mid-April, Union Trade Minister Piyush Goel outlined Prime ...

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Gazprom cuts gas supply to the Netherlands

The threat to cut off the gas supply, if not paid for in rubles, claims another victim. Russian gas giant Gazprom said it would cut off gas supplies to the Netherlands by Wednesday, in response to Dutch energy trader GasTerra’s refusal to pay in roubles. Gazprom’s decision was widely expected after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that all European gas ...

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Using His Abuela Recipe, This RI Founder Markets Traditional Puerto Rican Coquito

How did you start selling your coquito? Regino: I was a bartender for a long time and mixology has always been one of my passions. (Regino now works for the city of East Providence as an urban planner.) But my wife and I started making coquito in our kitchen and selling it to people who wanted it. After a while, ...

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Truck makers sue to keep polluting

On the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, the Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association (EMA) and their member companies filed a lawsuit to delay lifesaving California clean truck regulations: the Heavy-Duty Omnibus (HDO) rule. . The HDO rule significantly reduces air pollution from new diesel vehicles by reducing allowable nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from heavy-duty trucks by approximately 75% below current ...

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SA Government launches new program to showcase Limestone Coast wine to the world • Glam Adelaide

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Limestone Coast wine exporters have received support from the state government to showcase their products to the world through a program to improve skills and build better relationships for regional businesses in South Australia. Showcase SA’s Regional Business Accelerator Series arrived in Coonawarra today, with Trade and Investment Minister Nick Champion. The ...

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The flip of forex trading

Sheikh Mohammad Danial | Published: May 28, 2022 1:20:24 p.m. | Updated: May 28, 2022 1:22:30 p.m. A seesaw allows short-term perpetual motion of equal distribution of highs and lows for both ends. If we take a closer look at the influence of the taka rate on trading, the swing has been more in favor of currency (forex) buyers than ...

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iBorrow provides $20 million in financing for the acquisition of a 232-unit multi-family community in Dallas’ Oak Cliff neighborhood

DALLAS, TX – iBorrow, a nationwide private direct lender for commercial real estate, has provided a $20 million loan to support the acquisition of a 232-unit garden-style multifamily community in the Dallas neighborhood of ‘Oak Cliff in Dallas, Texas, according to Brian Good, CEO of iBorrow. “The borrower had the opportunity to purchase an exceptionally well-located multi-family property in the ...

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BizVibe Adds New Business Insights for Over 2,000 Electrical Equipment Manufacturing Companies | Risk assessment | Regional Analysis | Similar businesses

Company profiles provide the following information: Company Summary Product and service offerings Risk Level Report Financial reports and management team contacts Similar businesses and competitors (by region) Industry Trends and Challenges Real-time news updates Electrical Equipment Manufacturing Industry Overview: Trends and Challenges Smart grid technology creates many opportunities for the electrical equipment manufacturing industry as it enables electrical power conditioning ...

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Dairy groups endorse USTR dairy decision, urge vigilance

Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced on Wednesday that the United States is seeking, for the second time, dispute settlement consultations with Canada under the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement to address restrictions. imposed by Canada which, according to the United States, are contrary to its commitments to the USMCA. . Specifically, the United States challenges Canada’s tariff rate quota (TRQ) allocation measures ...

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Asia-Pacific coal prices near record high

Broker Global Coal’s Newcastle Index, a benchmark price for high-quality Australian coal (6,000 kcal/kg), was last priced up $5.83 in the week to Thursday at 434, 33 USD/t. On Monday, the index reached a record high of 463 USD/t. “Coal prices continue to face upward pressure as demand remains strong from India and China,” ANZ Bank said in a note. ...

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SEC Fines Ameriprise Affiliate $5 Million in Variable Annuity Case

By Katryna Perera (May 25, 2022, 5:58 p.m. EDT) — The United States Securities and Exchange Commission announced Wednesday that it has fined broker-dealer RiverSource Distributors Inc. $5 million for allegedly changing or improperly replaced variable annuities, in the first enforcement proceeding relating to a section of the Investment Company Act of 1940. Without admitting or denying the allegations, RiverSource ...

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Covered Holdings Announces Follow-Up Investments by Fortress and Westlake

Covered shares our mission to provide better financing solutions to Americans in need. Tweet that “The Covered team has built a disruptive business serving the underserved with affordable rates and delivering strong portfolio performance,” said Dominique Ruggiero, Managing Director of Fortress Investment Group. “We are pleased to increase our investment in the business to support its growth.” “Covered shares our ...

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Hillhead 2022 will feature multiple US manufacturers

The last Hillhead was in 2018. The next one is scheduled for June 21-23. Photo: P&Q Staff Six hundred exhibitors are expected to turn up at Hillhead 2022, which returns June 21-23 to the UK for the first time in four years. QMJ Group, which organizes Hillhead, projects up to 20,000 quarrying, construction and recycling professionals to attend the show. ...

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To control soaring prices, Center caps sugar exports: The Tribune India

Tribune press service New Delhi, May 24 In order to maintain domestic availability and price stability of sugar in the country during the 2021-22 sugar season (October-September), the Center has also decided to regulate sugar exports from June 1 until further notice. . India is the world’s largest producer India is the world’s largest sugar ...

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Import of fish, seafood products OK’d

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Agriculture (DA) has approved the import of 38,695 metric tons (MT) of frozen fish and aquatic products during the second quarter of the year, in a bid to stabilize the supply and market prices. The DA has published guidelines on the issuance of sanitary and phytosanitary import authorizations (SPSICS) for certificates of necessity to ...

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Tanfield Group raises more funds to fight legal battle for control of Snorkel

The Tanfield Group could raise a further £2m for legal battles at home and in the US in which it vies to retain control of its stake in cherry picking company Snorkel. The group told the London Stock Exchange it had issued a new loan note of up to £2m which attracted subscriptions of £950,000, including £700,000 from its investors ...

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Rocket Companies: Don’t Buy Yet

Khanchit Khirisutchalual/iStock via Getty Images I wrote about Rocket Companies on August 23 last year when the stock was at $17.57. At the time, I said: “I would rather invest with more fear in valuation, so I suggest waiting and seeing if Rocket can be purchased below $15. There’s no rush – there’s a good chance that over the next ...

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Bio-based Foam Market 2022 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2028 | Nomaco, KTM Industries, Inc, Eco-Global Manufacturing, Synbra Technology, etc.

bio-based foam market Global Market Reports offers a global study based on research and analysis on “Global Bio-based foam market Report, History and Forecast 2016-2028, Breakdown Data by Companies, Key Regions, Types and Application“. This report offers insightful insight into the drivers and restraints present in the market. Bio-based foam data reports also provide a 5-year history and forecast for ...

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Column: China’s recovery and supply concerns are causing iron ore to soar

The logo of Australian group Fortescue Metals (FMG) can be seen on a bulk carrier loaded with iron ore in the coastal town of Port Hedland, Western Australia November 29, 2018. Picture taken November 29, 2018. REUTERS/Melanie Burton Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LAUNCESTON, Australia, May 23 (Reuters) – Iron ore prices have applauded China’s decision ...

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Zimra will enforce full CBCA implementation

The Chronicle business journalistThe Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) will apply from June 1 inspection of imported goods at all entry points to ensure compliance with Consignment Based Conformity Assessment (CBCA). Under the CBCA scheme, all products regulated by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce imported into Zimbabwe must be accompanied by a CBCA certificate. Importers have therefore been urged to ...

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wsu Cougar Baseball ends pac-12 season on a high

Hello. Your Washington State Cougars baseball team did something over the weekend that they had never done in their storied history, sweeping a three-game series over the Arizona State Sun Devils with a resounding 10-3 win. Over Thursday/Friday/Saturday, WSU — playing its best baseball of the season — beat ASU 22-9 and hit double digits in each of the final ...

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Global Market Manufacturers, Outlook, Growth and Forecast 2030 – The Daily Vale

The global District Energy Management Iot And Software industry research report provides an in-depth and methodical assessment of regional and global markets, along with the latest service and product innovations and forecasted global market size. The District Energy Management Iot And Software research performs a comprehensive analysis of the market to find the major vendors integrating all relevant products and ...

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NSW, Victoria, Qld add 28,000 virus cases | the islander

Australia’s most populous states have recorded nearly 28,000 new cases of COVID-19 and 39 virus-related deaths. Victoria reported 21 deaths on Saturday, NSW 14 and Queensland four. With data yet to be published elsewhere, there are nearly 2,900 patients in hospital with coronavirus nationwide, more than a hundred of them in intensive care. Meanwhile, a person in NSW has been ...

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Latest news on Russia and the war in Ukraine

Italy submits peace plan for Ukraine to UN Italy’s foreign minister said Italy had submitted a peace plan for Ukraine to UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres. Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio told a Council of Europe meeting in Turin, Italy that the plan submitted on Thursday calls for local ceasefires to evacuate civilians along the humanitarian corridors and creates the conditions ...

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UK manufacturers lost £24billion last year due to cross-border tax complexities

Cross-border tax complexity cost UK manufacturers £24 billion in lost revenue last year, according to new research commissioned by tax compliance technology firm Avalara, Inc. from the Center for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) . The report finds that the constraints of navigating complex post-Brexit regulations continue to hamper the growth of UK manufacturers and cause significant anxiety among business ...

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Growers and exporters relieved Chinese market opens again to Canadian canola seeds

Before the trade tensions, the Chinese market accounted for 40% of Canadian canola exports. The Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) has welcomed China’s removal of restrictions on Canadian canola exports. CCGA President Mike Ammeter said restored access is integral to the competitiveness of canola growers. “With 90% of canola exported, open and predictable trade is critical to the success of ...

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CIT Covers Importer Error Following Duties Waiver

By Alex Lawson (May 18, 2022, 5:07 p.m. EDT) – The U.S. Court of International Trade has rejected a steel importer’s bid to recoup national security tariffs the company says were levied by mistake because of minor errors in his request for exclusion, judging that the government was following its own regulations. The importer VoestAlpine USA Corp. and buyer Bilstein ...

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BIMI INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL INC. : Change of Directors or Principal Officers, Financial Statements and Schedules (Form 8-K)

Article 5.02 Departure of directors or certain officers; Election of directors; Appointment of certain leaders; Compensatory provisions of certain executives. On May 12, 2022the board of directors (the “Board”) of BIMI Medical International Inc. (the “Company”) elected Ms. Sammi wins Seok Ang as an independent director of the Company with immediate effect to fill a position that recently became vacant ...

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Manufacturers want state to scrap sales tax

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — California manufacturers want the state to remove taxes on the purchase of new equipment, saying such taxes are hampering the industry. It comes as manufacturers aim to modernize production and make it more efficient as supply chain issues continue to impact the country and the world. “It’s simple. We didn’t come up with a complicated formula. ...

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EEG: FEC approves payment of N375 billion to 285 exporters

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the disbursement of N375 billion for Export Expansion (EEG) to 285 beneficiaries. With approval, it will pass to the National Assembly at any time for legislative approval. The Executive Director/CEO of the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), Dr. Ezra Yakusak, confirmed this weekend in Abuja, adding that the sum would effectively clear the ...

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Saudi fund invests $320 million in new green coffee companyDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Image from Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) plans to invest approximately US$320 million in the development of the Saudi Arabica coffee sector, with the aim of becoming an international player in coffee exports. The PIF – Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund which is believed to hold some $600 billion in assets – says ...

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The Czech subsidiary of the British supermarket chain Iceland has filed for bankruptcy

Eurocash Group announces a “significant improvement” in its profitability in the first quarterPolish retailer and wholesaler Eurocash Group reported a 12% increase in revenue in the first quarter of its fiscal year, as well as what it described as a “significant improvement” in its profitability. The operating profit for the period increased by more than 30% to PLN 151 million ...

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SBI Increases MCLR Again, Second in a Month; What impact will this have on auto and home loan EMIs?

The State Bank of India or SBI raised its marginal cost of lending rate (MCLR) by 10 basis points across all mandates. The new rates will come into effect on Sunday, May 15. This is the second rate hike by the public lender in the past month. Following the revision of the rates, it is necessary to pay more for ...

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Fiberon Manufacturing Co. to bring jobs to Columbia, TN

COLUMBIA, Tenn. (WTVF) – The new and future 500,000 square foot Fiberon manufacturing facility opened at Columbia on Tuesday. It will create more than 300 full-time jobs over the next five years. The facility will be built on 130 acres of land and will manufacture PE decking and composite liners. It will include a variety of sustainability practices in its ...

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Relief for 285 companies as FG approves payment of N375bn export debt – The Whistler Nigeria

The Federal Executive Council chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the payment of N375 billion as backlog of export expansion grants to 285 non-oil exporters. The amount was confirmed by the Executive Director/Chief Executive of the Nigerian Export Promotion Council, Dr. Ezra Yakusak during an interview on the sidelines of the Export for Survival Walk in Abuja. The EEG ...

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Cases “ex officio”: the FTO completes its investigations – Business & Finance

ISLAMABAD: Federal Tax Ombudsman (FTO) has investigated several ex officio cases including misuse of unaccompanied baggage facility, customs clearance of imported goods, ongoing investigations against 180 FBR officials , a tendering process for unpaid vehicles, and corrupt practices by the customs authorities in Balochistan. Sharing details of some major cases, said a senior OTF office official company registrar here on ...

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Student loans will get more expensive – Here are the new rates

President Joe Biden (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Student loans will become more expensive this year. Here are the new prices. Here’s what you need to know — and what it means for your student loans. Student loans Bad news for student borrowers: Federal student loan interest rates are increasing significantly over the next ...

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Top 10 businesses for sale in May

What are the benefits of buying an established business? If you decide to buy an existing business, you’ll get an established brand, customer base, cash flow, established supply chain, work process and trained staff, and better financing options. From a sport fishing charter to a laundromat, 100% grass-fed lamb, mobile beverage canning, and more, this month there’s a range of ...

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Manufacturers delivered after tax cuts | Journal-news

Jon Freund Martinsburg Makers have stayed strong during the pandemic, and they never stop when it comes to making the things our people need. It’s hard to imagine anyone in Congress ignoring this and suggesting that raising taxes on business and industry is a good idea, especially as we struggle to recover from the effects of the pandemic. And yet, ...

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A Closer Look at the WASDE Report

USDA forecasts show that Ukraine’s exports will drop from 19 mmt in 2021-22 to 10 mmt in 2022-23. The USDA forecast also shows that India will increase its exports in 2022-23 from 8.15 mmt to 8.5 mmt. This is despite ongoing concerns that a heat wave has robbed the country of production potential, prompting some analysts to call for a ...

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KCCI suggests removal of VAT for commercial importers

The Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has suggested to the tax authorities to remove the Value Added Tax (VAT) imposed on commercial importers to rectify an anomaly in the law. The KCCI, in its 2022/2023 budget proposals submitted to the Federal Revenue Board (FBR), said that a 3% value-added sales tax at the import stage for commercial importers ...

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Rising costs frustrate garden stores | News, Sports, Jobs

Roaring Spring’s Jennifer Weaver waters celosia at Roots in the Cove in Roaring Spring. Mirror photo of Patrick Waksmunski Like plants and flowers, the cost of gardening increases. Local garden centers report that wholesale prices have increased by up to 20%. Travis Russell, partner of Roots in the Cove, Roaring Spring, attributes the rising costs to ...

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Rice exports dry up due to foreign exchange restrictions and rising prices

The surprise move to fix the kyat rate has hurt the competitiveness of Myanmar’s rice exports, traders say, and overseas orders are already starting to decline. By FRONTIER Rice traders are warning that the regime’s recent move to peg the exchange rate could cripple exports, with potentially big effects on the country’s farmers. The sector was showing strong signs of ...

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Public Hearing Provides Insight into Possible Application of Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Law | Womble Bond Dickinson

What is the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Law (UFLPA) and how might it impact your business? Issues surrounding the UFLPA Key Dates for Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Guidelines and UFLPA Implementation What you need to do to be ready The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) was signed into law by President Biden on Dec. partly in Xinjiang Uyghur ...

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LA plans to impose twice-weekly landscape watering limit

FILE – In this April 8, 2015 file photo, water flows from a sprinkler in Mount Olympus, a neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills area of ​​Los Angeles. The City of Los Angeles is set to force its nearly 4 million residents to reduce outdoor watering from three days a week to two as California’s drought lengthens, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced ...

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How manufacturers can adapt to the new normal

by Research repeatedly confirms that adaptability is the key differentiator between entities that thrive in the midst of systemic change, transformation, and uncertainty and those that do not. The tech industry – including electronics manufacturers and supply chain operators – has had a lot to do in recent years: Pandemic work disruptions and waves of resignations More credible competition from ...

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Freight rates draw fruit industry’s ire | Article

Show in full screen The news that some of the world’s leading shipping companies posted record profits in the first quarter of 2022 has not gone down well in South African fruit circles. Justin Chadwick, chief executive of the South African Citrus Growers’ Association (CGA) was one of the most vocal critics, pointing out that shipping companies and other parts ...

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EXCLUSIVE German gas importer VNG will transfer euros to Russia for payment

DUESSELDORF, May 9 (Reuters) – Germany’s VNG (VNG.UL) will in future transfer euro payments for Russian gas to Gazprombank (GZPRI.MM) and expects no problems with a conversion in rubles, he said Monday during a meeting with top Moscow officials. claims under a new payment scheme. VNG’s first detailed comments on the matter come as European buyers of Russian gas must ...

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Australian broker to buy UK wholesaler Tysers for $620m

(Reuters) – Australian insurance broker AUB Group said on Monday it would buy London-based wholesale insurance broker Tysers Lloyd’s of London for 880 million Australians ($620.5 million) to expand its product range. Tysers, the sixth largest wholesale broker in the Lloyd’s market, has around 1,100 employees and writes annual gross premiums of A$3.6 billion. “Tysers offers the AUB Group the ...

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FSA agricultural loans available | News, Sports, Jobs

According to staff reports MIFFLINTOWN — The Federal Agricultural Services Agency has funding set aside specifically for use by targeted underserved groups and beginning farmers, designed to help farmers buy and operate family farms, Robert E Zeigler Jr. of the USDA’s FSA office which covers Mifflin, Juniata, Perryt and Dauphin counties, the growers are reminded today. “With these ...

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Battery cells to charge the next mining and manufacturing boom

It is unclear how much of the battery supply chain Australia can wrest from Asia, the EU, the US and the UK, however, some companies are promising to undertake different parts of production in Australia. Loading “These nations are executing comprehensive and well-funded strategies to strengthen their strategic positions,” O’Rourke said. “Their strategies are looking to buy directly from the ...

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Port labor talks pose new complication for supply chain

West Coast dockworkers and stevedoring companies are set to begin contract negotiations this week that carry high stakes for a U.S. economy that has been ravaged by supply chain disruptions. The labor negotiations cover approximately 22,400 workers at 29 ports, including major Southern California facilities that are the nation’s busiest gateway for imported goods. Similar negotiations have been lengthy and ...

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Two Warriors Meadery to rebuild after fire

WEST MONROE, La. (AP) — “I will never accept defeat. I’ll never give up. These statements are part of the US Army Soldier’s Creed, so it’s no surprise that two Army veterans take this approach after losing their businesses. In December 2019, Curtis Sims and Cameron Myers opened Two Warriors Meadery in West Monroe, the first such facility in the ...

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Dust off the growler: This could be the year Minnesota’s liquor laws change

For the past few years, thirsty tourists visiting the Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors have been asking the same question. “All day, it’s a continuous: Why can’t I buy a growler? Why can’t I buy takeout?” said co-owner Lon Larson. But a change in Minnesota’s liquor laws — and an end to customer confusion — could be on the ...

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The Ford F-150 Lightning gets its first financing deal

Ford’s highly anticipated F-150 Lightning pickup is eligible for a financing deal. According to a newsletter sent to dealers, the all-electric pickup truck and the Ford Mustang Mach-E are offering an unusual financing program starting today. Our analysis reveals that there may be pros and cons with the first F-150 Lightning financing deal. Starting May 6, Ford Credit is offering ...

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Circular Systems Co-Led Pilot Shows Yarn and Fabric Manufacturers Are Ready to Lead Change to End Modern Slavery

“YESS: Yarn Ethically & Sustainably Sourced” helps manufacturers identify and eliminate forced labor in cotton harvesting We are delighted to be one of the main players in YESS. We felt compelled to be the catalyst for integrating the circular economy and the global recycling standard into the due diligence implementation plan. — Scott Leonard, CSO of Circular Systems LOS ANGELES, ...

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Goyal urges Indian project exporters to explore developed world markets

Union Trade and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday (5 May) urged project exporters to diversify and enter developed world markets and urged them not to limit themselves to line projects government credit and projects in the developing world. Goyal said this during his keynote speech at the “Summit on Enhancing Global Opportunities for Indian Project Exporters” hosted by Exim ...

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India, main importer, could cut taxes on edible oils to cool prices: report

India plans to cut taxes on some edible oils to cool the domestic market after war in Ukraine and Indonesia’s ban on palm oil exports has sent prices skyrocketing, people close to the government say. case. India, the world’s largest importer of vegetable oils, is seeking to cut agricultural infrastructure and development taxes on imports of crude ...

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ITV Coronation Street fans discover Stu’s secret as his dark past is revealed

ITV Coronation Street fans have predicted Stu Carpenter could be a serial killer after it was revealed he was in jail. A few weeks ago, Stu was arrested after a police officer believed he was breaking into wholesalers. Stu was eventually released, but it was revealed that he had recently been in jail. The character was introduced last year and ...

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Cashion Rods in Sanford one of the few American based fishing rod manufacturers :: WRAL.com

One of the only places in the country that makes fishing rods is right here in Lee County, and it’s open to the public for tours. View Transcript FIND IT IN LEE COUNTY, SCOTT MASON VISIT A FISHING ROD MANUFACTURER IN SANFORD. >> SAID FOR NOT NEAR THE COAST, NOT KNOWN FOR FISHING. BUT FISHING ROD. WELL, THAT’S THE KEY. ...

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Brazil’s commodity sales to Arab countries soar as importers stock up on food

SAO PAULO, May 3 (Reuters) – Brazilian exports to the 22 countries of the League of Arab Nations rose in the first quarter amid soaring prices for agricultural raw materials and a drive to stock up on food, according to a statement sent to Reuters on Tuesday. Brazil’s total exports to the group reached $3.86 billion during the period, an ...

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Why do Spain and Portugal get special energy treatment?

Placeholder while loading article actions Spain and Portugal have pulled off a diplomatic coup with a new alliance to tackle soaring energy prices. Not against Putin’s Russia, which has its boot on the trachea of ​​European gas importers, but against their fellow partners in the European Union. In the short term, this will protect consumers in Spain and Portugal, whose ...

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Pedata RV Center Offers Local Arizona Sale on Used RVs and RVs

Pedata RV Center offers huge discounts on high-end used RVs and RVs and also buys used RVs and RVs at the best price through Sell My RV Today. Tucson, AZ – May 02, 2022 – Pedata VR Center launches the month of May on a splendid note. The leading used RV wholesaler and reseller is pleased to announce that it ...

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Global Aircraft Manufacturing Industry to 2030 –

Dublin, May 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Aircraft Manufacturing Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Product; per app; by region; segment forecast, 2022-2030” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. According to a new study, the global aircraft manufacturing market size is expected to reach USD 626.25 billion by 2030. The report provides a detailed overview ...

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More Coffee Buying Stalls Appear

Coffee-buying stalls are springing up at strategic locations in Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province, as the 2022 coffee year approaches. Stalls can be seen from Paragon to Faniufa to Mambu and even to the western end of Goroka serving parchment coffee from Henganofi, Okapa and Lufa districts and local government areas of Unggai and of lower Bena of the district of ...

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CEPS says business is picking up at Hamile border

Hamile border Commercial activities at the Hamile border in the Upper West region are slowly resuming with the reopening of Ghana’s borders with neighboring countries. Borders have been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Importers from Burkina Faso, Mali, Guinea, Senegal and Mauritania, which frequent the Hamile border, had started arriving with goods and services. Mr. Clever Attuh-Ndro, second in ...

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Kenyan mitumba dealers push for establishment of re-export facilities

By LUKE ANAMI Second-hand clothes dealers (mitumba) in Kenya want the government to introduce sorting centres, saying such facilities would allow the country to export clothes to high-demand markets in the United States and Europe. “The sorting facilities will help achieve Kenya’s goal of becoming one of Africa’s leading high-value, high-wage and high-skilled economies,” said Teresia Wairimu, Chairperson of the ...

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