Energy spike benefits exporters – World – Al-Ahram Weekly

Closed pumps at a gas station in Manchester, England (Photos: AP) As Europe anticipates an energy crisis this winter, others are satisfied that oil and gas remain the main dynamo fueling the global economy. According to some commentators, this is even more important than any increase in revenues for oil and gas exporters. Energy contract traders make big profits. Even ...

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Mosques and Kabrastans import ‘halal’ disinfectants from Turkey as places of worship reopen from October 7 in accordance with Covid protocols

Following the announcement by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray that all places of worship will reopen from October 7, there has been a demand for “halal” certified disinfectants in the Muslim community. Leaving no stone unturned to follow Covid security protocols, some mosques, kabrastans and dargahs Mahim and Haji Ali have imported “halal” disinfectants from Turkey, sourcing alcohol-free disinfectants for use ...

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Surplus food market with opening of the “Pay what you feel” policy to fight against food insecurity

Starting October 1, a Rescued Food Market will open in Vancouver, British Columbia, to provide surplus food to those in need as well as those looking to fight food waste and promote a healthy lifestyle. circular economy. Gathered by the Food reserve foundation, the market will be open every Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The foundation collects more ...

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Molex Gives Mobile Device Manufacturers More Design Freedom with New mmWave 5G25 RF Connector Series

According to Molex’s recent global survey, The Future of Mobile Devices, 82% of respondents believe consumers will see substantial benefits of 5G in their smartphones within five years or sooner. Survey respondents ranked ultra-fast 5G (eg, mmWave) as the main technology to disrupt the manufacturing of consumer smart mobile devices. Molex is a leading provider of advanced 5G RF board-to-board ...

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India, US agree on greater trade facilities for compliant exporters

NEW DELHI: The Central Indirect Taxes and Customs Council of India (CBIC) and the United States Customs and Border Protection have agreed to extend the facilities to exporters from their respective countries who meet certain compliance criteria . This was agreed as part of a mutual recognition agreement between the two agencies of the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) program, a ...

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Op-Ed: Potty Dispensaries Can Bring More Green To NJ

I was recently in Los Angeles visiting family in the San Fernando Valley. California legalized recreational pot for adult use in 2016. Now there are dispensaries tucked away in malls, across from car washes, and on main avenues in suburban towns. I visited two – strictly for research purposes, mind you – to get a taste of the new green ...

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Ford, SK to spend $ 11.4 billion to build two manufacturing campuses in the United States dedicated to electric vehicles and batteries – TechCrunch

Ford Motor Company and battery maker SK Innovation plan to spend $ 11.4 billion to build two sprawling campuses in Tennessee and Kentucky that will produce batteries as well as the next generation of F-Series electric trucks – a project that, according to the companies, will create 11,000 new jobs. The facilities on both campuses are designed to cover the ...

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Arrival in Tunisia of the very first shipment of American DDGS

A combination of competitive freight pricing and market-specific education efforts from the US Grains Council led to the very first shipment of Dried Distillers’ Grains with Solubles arriving in Tunisia. The shipment was delivered earlier this month and marked the opening of new opportunities for US growers and shippers to get product into the Mediterranean region. The USGC’s Middle East ...

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Shortage of truck drivers impacting Nottingham pubs and restaurants

Truck driver shortages are impacting Nottingham’s hotel business as many pubs and restaurant kitchens wait for supplies. Fish and chips is not on the menu at the Shepherds Pub in Radcliffe on Trent, while other restaurant chefs say many items that would normally be easy to obtain are temporarily unavailable. Customers also reported seeing several items off the menus due ...

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