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Kinshasa in battle of frozen chickens

Frozen chicken, deemed more convenient and cheaper than fresh poultry that must be killed and plucked, is extremely popular in Kinshasa where locals have become dependent on it. So much so that it is at the heart of a battle between the Congolese government, which has promised to lower the prices of basic products including frozen foods, and importers and ...

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Dishonest companies insist on payment in USD

Sunday mail Business journalist Some unscrupulous manufacturers and retailers openly insist on payments in U.S. dollars, while others set prices in Zimbabwean dollars at shockingly high exchange rates to force consumers to pay in hard currency, The Sunday Mail Business has established. Among the companies that engage in these abusive practices are large companies that obtain foreign currency from the ...

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Poor hard hit by rising prices

Rising prices for basic necessities are making people with limited incomes scream, currently trying to survive the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Townspeople complain about the way everyday items are sold at a price higher than the price set by the local government. Depending on the details, items like flour, wheat, lentils, tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, ginger, green peppers, ...

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4 reasons to avoid Robinhood

Over the past year, retail investors have flocked to mobile trading apps to go public, but Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ: HOOD) and its well-known trading app have had a rough 2021 so far. Here are four reasons why investors should avoid this recent IPO. 1. Robinhood uses a risky trading strategy to make money Options can be difficult for new investors ...

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Toilet paper is flying off the shelves again

It appears consumers are bracing for another winter outbreak of the coronavirus. Stores are reporting 14% less than normal for toilet paper, reports the Daily Mail. According to the Wall Street Journal, Proctor and Gamble (P&G) – the nation’s largest producer of toilet paper – is working tirelessly to meet demand. All of this stems from the proliferation of COVID-19 ...

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Albemarle plans to join regional council to pass local tax on cigarettes | Local government

If approved, localities are still expected to pass local cigarette tax ordinances before regional council collection begins in January. According to TJPDC’s estimates, one-time costs for the council would be around $ 212,650 for technology and equipment, a vehicle for the application, a reserve and other start-up costs, which would be distributed among the localities. concerned. In the first year, ...

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Generac unveils products that allow customers to sell electricity to the grid

Generac Power Systems said on Wednesday that its line of home backup generators, commercial and industrial generators and solar storage systems + PWRcell batteries are manufactured and offered as “Smart Grid Ready”, making it easier for customers to resell electricity to the grid and offset. their energy expenditure. Smart grid ready capabilities are offered through Generac’s Enbala Concerto platform. “With ...

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Chorus profits affected by tougher competition, effects of Covid-19

Telecommunications line company Chorus posted a decline in profits as its profits were hampered by stiffer competition. Photo: RNZ Chorus chief executive Jean Baptiste Rousselot said competing technologies and weak market demand due to the lingering effects of Covid-19 took a toll on his earnings, which he managed to offset by controlling costs. “Despite the market downturn following Covid-19, we ...

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Jim McKee: Trixie’s and Its Neighbors in the History of Downtown Lincoln | Nebraska

As things return to normal after COVID-19 and driving around Lincoln becomes more routine, you’ve probably noticed that the western half of Block 97, 12th to 13th Streets K to L, is now a grassed area in waiting for development. Over the years, this half-block has seen several apartment buildings, a music conservatory, restaurants, Lincoln’s First Lutheran Church, and Trixie’s ...

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South Plainfield bans marijuana retail stores

SOUTH PLAINFIELD – The Borough Council has voted to ban retail cannabis businesses from operating anywhere in the city. Cultivation and delivery are also prohibited, with the exception of the delivery of cannabis items and related supplies by a delivery service. However, the borough will authorize two cannabis manufacturing companies, two wholesale businesses and a distributor in designated industrial zones. ...

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