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Conflict in Ukraine opens up diplomatic and energy opportunities in Qatar

* Qatar has suggested it could supply more gas to Europe * Foreign Minister coordinated with Washington ahead of Lavrov talks * Qatar’s contacts with the United States contrast with tensions between the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia * Gulf state serves as a link between the West and Taliban-ruled Afghanistan By Andrew Mills DOHA, March 20 (Reuters) – ...

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Greystone strengthens its CMBS platform with new recruits

NEW YORK, March 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Greystone, a leading national commercial real estate finance company, announced new senior executive hires on its CMBS platform as it expands to become the a leading provider of driven loans for the CRE market. Russ Avery has joined the CMBS team as Head of Structuring and is based in New York. He ...

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Lenawee County bars and restaurants see business rebound in 2021

With many indoor dining restrictions lifted in 2020, restaurants and bars have started to see business return after pandemic limitations in 2021. One measure is the amount of liquor establishments with liquor licenses purchased from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. While beer and wine are sold through a few distributors, spirits – whiskey, gin, vodka, etc. – are all sold ...

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ServiceNow: How manufacturers can meet the ESG challenge

When it comes to environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals, almost every company now feels the need to up their game. Investors are increasingly incorporating ESG indicators into valuations. Regulators are watching them more closely than ever; and a growing number of consumers and employees expect companies to measure their ESG impact. Yet less than half of executives have a ...

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Nigeria and others absent among the world’s leading LNG exporters

By Adewale Sanyaolu Nigeria and other African nations are missing in the list of countries with outstanding performance in global liquefied natural gas (LNG) export and demand markets. The country’s poor global LNG performance rating is contained in Shell’s annual LNG outlook released yesterday in London. Nigerians can now work and earn dollars EVERY DAY from home. Individuals can earn ...

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More agricultural export freight hikes loom, tip shipper body warns | Earth

The freight cost hammer may not yet have fallen on agricultural exporters as the fight for export space on ships intensifies, the Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) has warned. APSA has made a series of recommendations as part of an upcoming Productivity Commission review, calling on the federal government to make the waterfront more productive to help reduce costs for ...

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How much Central Coast residents pay in monthly bills

The central coast is certainly paradise and living here is the dream of many, but it also comes at a cost. KSBY took a closer look at new research showing how much people pay here in monthly bills compared to other regions and what you can do if those bills are hurting your wallet. Sergio Ahumada is one of many ...

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Why the cost of water in San Diego has overtaken Los Angeles, according to a new report

San Diego is at the end of the pipeline when it comes to importing water from the Colorado River and the Sacramento Bay Delta. It is therefore not surprising that its costs have exceeded those of Los Angeles and other parts of Southern California. However, a recent report from a leading expert reveals there is more to the skyrocketing price ...

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Stonehill PACE has doubled its origins in the past year, surpassing $300 million

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stonehill PACE announced that it has entered into approximately $150 million in Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Loans (“C-PACE”) over the past 12 months for renewable energy and energy-efficient components and seismic retrofit in the hospitality, multi-family, retirement home, industrial and mixed-use real estate sectors. “We effectively doubled the number of clean energy sources assessed by our commercial properties ...

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Tire Wholesalers to Expand from Troy to Oak Park with Large New Building on Former Detroit Arsenal Site

Tire Wholesalers Inc. is expected to move from its Troy headquarters to a new warehouse/distribution building more than doubling its current footprint under construction in Oak Park. The company, based at 1783 14 Mile Road, is breaking ground on the entire 275,000 square foot building on the former site of the Detroit Artillery Armory, growing from 100,000 square feet and ...

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Aerospace parts manufacturing market size worth $1,233.2 billion by 2030: Grand View Research, Inc.

SAN FRANCISCO, January 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The World aerospace parts manufacturing market size is expected to reach $1,233.2 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 4.0%, according to a new report from Grand View Research, Inc.. Rising passenger and cargo traffic in emerging economies is driving the demand for next-generation aircraft, which in turn is expected to drive the ...

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Aercap struck 438 deals with airlines and manufacturers last year, the company says

Irish aircraft leasing giant Aercap secured 438 deals with airlines and manufacturers last year, the company confirmed on Monday. Aercap buys planes and engines from manufacturers such as Airbus and Boeing and leases them to airlines around the world. The Dublin-based company became the biggest player in its industry when it completed the $24 billion purchase of GE Capital Aviation ...

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Rising costs add to pandemic pain for small businesses

NEW YORK — In just two weeks, the cost of pecans for pies at Peggy Jean’s Pies in Columbia, Mo., jumped nearly 40%, perplexing co-owner Rebecca Miller and driving up the cost of business. Miller will soon have to raise the price of its Southern Pecan, Chocolate Bourbon and German Chocolate pies from $2 to $24. While pecans have risen ...

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5 low-cost stocks to buy for a rewarding portfolio

[ad_1] IInvesting in equities after a valuation metrics analysis is generally considered to be one of best practice. When considering valuation metrics, the price / earnings ratio has always been the obvious choice. Indeed, calculations based on income are easy and useful. However, the sell price has become a practical tool for determining the value of stocks that suffer losses ...

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McKesson Corporation concludes agreement to sell its Austrian operations to Quadrifolia Management GmbH

[ad_1] December 20, 2021 11:00 UTC Follows recently announced agreements to sell McKesson Europe operations in the UK, France, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Belgium and Slovenia as part of a broader corporate strategy to exit completely the european region IRVING, Texas – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – McKesson Company (NYSE: MCK) today announced that it has reached an agreement to sell its Austrian ...

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Russia’s next-generation S-500 missile defense system is ready for war

[ad_1] India could become the first foreign customer of Russia’s next-generation S-500 “Prometheus” missile defense system, a senior Kremlin official said. “Without a doubt, once we deliver this system to our troops, India will be first on the list, if it expresses its desire to purchase these advanced weapons,” Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov said. to RBC Media earlier ...

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3 obvious stocks to buy right now for under $ 100

[ad_1] Price matters. That’s right, whether you’re talking about cars, computers, streaming services, or stocks. Of course, the price of a stock doesn’t really reflect the value of the company itself. A stock with a low stock price may in fact be more expensive from a valuation standpoint than a stock with a much higher stock price. However, high stock ...

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EXCLUSIVE China seeks to lock down US LNG as energy crisis raises concerns – sources

[ad_1] SINGAPORE / NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (Reuters) – Major Chinese energy companies are in advanced talks with U.S. exporters to secure long-term supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG), amid soaring gas prices and shortages electricity sources are compounding concerns about the country’s energy security, according to several sources. At least five Chinese companies, including Sinopec Corp and China National ...

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Eneos acquires Japan Renewable Energy Corp. for 200 billion yen

[ad_1] Oil wholesaler Eneos Holdings Inc. announced Monday that it will acquire Tokyo-based renewable energy company Japan Renewable Energy Corp. for about 200 billion yen. Under an agreement reached on the same day, Japan Renewable Energy will be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Eneos by the end of January next year. Eneos will acquire all shares in terms of voting rights ...

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How exporting and importing MSMEs will benefit from IFSCA’s decision to help India tap into the global $ 3 trillion factoring market

[ad_1] in July this year, parliament passed the Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill 2021 to assist MSMEs with better avenues of access to credit, in particular through TReDS. Credit and financing for MSMEs: Invoice discounting, factoring or trade finance is an extremely important market globally – over $ 3 trillion and is expected to be worth around $ 6 billion to ...

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Northern Australian cattle export trade lulls

[ad_1] A cattle export ship maneuvered alongside Darwin Harbor. LACK of supplies, high livestock prices and COVID-related disruptions in key markets have hampered the northern Australian livestock shipping trade since August. Export sources have warned in recent months that shipments will slow significantly in the face of increasing headwinds, including the speed at which the Delta variant of COVID has ...

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Arrival of Telsa’s Austin HQ has an effect on manufacturing

[ad_1] Manufacturing is already a booming industry in Austin with a high demand for workers. The move of Tesla’s headquarters to the Texas capital could be a double-edged sword. AUSTIN, Texas – With the relocation of Tesla’s headquarters to Austin, the Texas capital is making a name for itself nationally and internationally in the manufacturing industry. “It’s a very positive ...

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2021 SWOT Comparison Report and Strategy of Global Top 6 Agricultural Equipment Manufacturers

[ad_1] DUBLIN, October 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Comparative SWOT & Strategy Focus – 2021-2025 – Global Agriculture Equipment Manufacturers – John Deere, CNH Industrial, AGCO, CLAAS, SDF, Kubota Corporation” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research and Markets logo Global farm equipment demand and sales performed well in 2020, with net farm income in the United ...

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Is your parts cleaning an imminent accident?

[ad_1] Keeping parts and components clean is a common aspect of manufacturing. But industrial cleaning products are generally corrosive and flammable. Their use and storage pose a risk to companies. A serious accident at work or a fire on site and an organization risks losing much more than its reputation. That’s why more and more companies are choosing to take ...

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State sues major Minnesota egg farmer, accuses it of price hikes in pandemic

[ad_1] Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is suing Sparboe Farms, alleging the Litchfield-based egg farmer scammed consumers during the pandemic’s initial food-buying spree. Sparboe retaliates, saying the attorney general’s office either does not understand how the industry works or wrongly blames it for forces beyond the control of the company. It is the latest in a series of lawsuits filed ...

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What’s on the horizon for UK meat exports to the EU?

[ad_1] Despite home to the lion’s share of red meat and dairy exports, shipments to the EU have steadily declined over the past 18 months – factors such as Brexit, COVID-19 and the subsequent closure of the restoration having a major impact. However, according to AHDB’s latest Horizon report, “Exploring the EU: Understanding Consumers’ Needs”, opportunities still exist to increase ...

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AMZN vs WMT: Amazon rejects monopoly fees

[ad_1] Amazon faces an expanded antitrust complaint from District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine, this time focused on the e-commerce giant’s dealings with wholesalers and allegations of anti-competitive acts. Racine previously sued Amazon in May, claiming the company had monopoly powers due to its pricing contracts with third-party sellers. The new record says that Amazon’s “minimum margin agreement” with ...

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AMONG THE MANUFACTURERS – Fire Engineering

[ad_1] AMONG THE MANUFACTURERS Ludlow double gate valve. The sectional view shown in this article is of the Ludlow Double Knife Gate Valve, which is constructed from both bronze and iron. By the action of the rod, which acts through the bronze nut of the upper shim, the doors descend parallel to their seats until the lower shim hits the ...

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Commercial Lenders – Lexology

[ad_1] This article is an extract from The Project Finance Law Review – Edition 3. Click here for the full guide. I Commercial lending in project financings i Introduction Commercial lending has formed the bedrock of financing sources for large-scale project financings ever since their emergence, with the product being refined in financings for the UK North Sea oil field in ...

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Golub Capital adopts beqom compensation management platform and offers growth financing

[ad_1] NYON, Switzerland – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –to become, a cloud-based compensation management company, announced that Golub Capital has provided funding to accelerate growth and selected its platform to manage long-term salary, bonus and incentive compensation processes ( LTI). “Beqom has established itself as the best compensation management solution and we are delighted to work closely with the beqom team as ...

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Beam Suntory announces partnership with Boston Beer

[ad_1] Beam Suntory has announced a long-term strategic partnership with the Boston Beer Company that will bring iconic brands in some of the fastest growing alcoholic beverage categories. The collaboration will see tequila brand Sauza enter the ready-to-drink (RTD) category and Truly Hard Seltzer make their way into the bottled spirits segment. Sauza’s expansion into RTD format will leverage Boston ...

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Northam Announces Return of Xaloy to Virginia and Reopening of Pulaski Manufacturing Plant

RICHMOND — Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Xaloy, a leading manufacturer of plastic processing components for injection and extrusion machines, will move its barrel manufacturing plant from Ohio to Virginia and will reopen its old factory in Pulaski County. The company will invest $ 1.75 million in its 100,000 square foot, 30 acre site at 102 Xaloy Way in ...

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Sri Lankan rupee parallel markets diverge and bonds stagnate

[ad_1] ECONOMYNEXT – The Sri Lankan Rupee was largely inactive in the forex market with the official selling rate for importers around 203 and the parallel market diverged slightly with the market falling from previous highs, market participants said . In the interbank market, direct trades are rare and there are usually offers at 199.90 without offers, although the swap ...

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CBOT agricultural futures drop in rain forecast

[ad_1] Chicago, July 10 (Xinhua) – CBOT agriculture futures fell last week and corn is one of the main factors driving prices down, Chicago-based research firm AgResource said. However, AgResource remains bullish as the expanding variant of COVID-19 raises concerns about the recovery of emerging markets. CBOT corn futures prices fell sharply due to heavy rains last weekend in Iowa ...

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