US Department of Commerce imposes final duties on all imports of silicon metal from Malaysia, report by US producers says

WASHINGTON, June 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Globe Specialty Metals, Inc., a subsidiary of Ferroglobe PLC (NASDAQ: GSM) (“GSM”), and Mississippi Silicon LLC (“MS”), together accounting for the majority of US production of silicon metal, announced today that the US Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) will impose a final duty …

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Emburse expands to B2B payments

Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail stock Exchange rolled out its integrated payments offering Emburse Pay – B2B Payments, which allows employees to control and monitor invoice approval and payment workflow from start to finish, according to Wednesday, June 16. ad. “Our suite of Emburse Pay solutions was designed to …

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Europe reopens to Americans as travel awakens

Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail Today, the last big step of the journey has been taken: Europe is reopening its doors to travelers from all over the world. The European Union recommends its 27 member countries to start lifting the restrictions they have placed on travelers from the United …

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Move into real estate with REITs, ETFs

Rreal estate investment trusts (REITs) and Vanguard Real Estate ETF (VNQ) allow advisors to invest in real estate without actually owning it. REITs are an ideal option for investors looking to add additional income and liabilities. Additionally, investors can reap the benefits of price appreciation, especially in today’s real estate …

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Greeks in limbo against AstraZeneca’s jab – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today‘s edition of The Capitals, be sure to take a look at the interview “The Untapped Potential of Data-Driven Healthcare ”with Padraic …

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Kimiko Hirata tackles coal

The impact of the tsunami did not end there. At the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in the country’s Fukushima prefecture, waves passed the plant’s dike and flooded its reactors. Nuclear fusions followed, along with hydrogen explosions and radiation contamination. Authorities evacuated the area, shut down the plant and soon …

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bne IntelliNews – International banking groups seek to expand in Central and South-Eastern Europe despite pandemic

The last CESEE bank loan survey of the European Investment Bank (EIB) shows that international banking groups remain engaged in the region of central, eastern and south-eastern Europe, with their strategies tilted “towards expansion or stability” despite the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19). The survey, carried out in the spring of 2021, …

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Sanctions have proven ineffective: US economist

TEHRAN – Noting that sanctioning is a failed policy, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University says the United States is totally addicted to sanctions as a “weapon of economic war.” “The United States is totally dependent on sanctions as a weapon of economic warfare. Right now the …

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Western world leaders meet

Genocide is not a foreign concept in today’s world. However, while the reality (and the culprit) is not difficult to outline today, history is strewn with massacres that have been draped and hidden from the world beyond. Genocides that rivaled great wars and were so horrific that the ring of …

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Declassification of former Bosnia text to “distract” from allegations Janša wants to change the borders of the Balkans

STA, June 11, 2021 – Former Slovenian President Milan Kučan believes that the government’s declassification of a 2011 document on possible new paths in the process of constitutional reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina, compiled by him, is a step towards to divert attention from allegations that an unofficial document on …

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Revisiting the Bosnian War – Modern Diplomacy

Genocide is not a foreign concept in today’s world. However, while the reality (and the culprit) is not difficult to outline today, history is strewn with massacres that have been draped and hidden from the world beyond. Genocides that rivaled great wars and were so horrific that the ring of …

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The Face of Construction: Byron and Cameron Jones

Byron and Cameron Jones are the owners of BGJ Construction Ltd., operated as Jones Brothers Construction, a family owned business engaged in residential and commercial foundations and framing, renovations and project management. Born and raised in the Kamloops area, Byron and Cameron attended Thompson Rivers University, completing the carpentry program …

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Western Balkan leaders happy with EU investment plan

TIRANA, Albania (AP) – Western Balkan leaders meeting Thursday in Tirana, the Albanian capital, expressed satisfaction with a vast investment plan announced for the region by the European Union – which they hope all join one day. Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama described the investment plan as “the EU’s biggest …

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ORT Tool, the industry leader in fluid end machining

Providing unparalleled quality to the oil and gas industry for over 11 years We have 16 horizontal boring machines with day and night shifts to meet the production needs of machined fluid end blocks. – Angelo Milano, vice-president, ORT Tool ERIE, MICHIGAN, United States, June 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – ORT …

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Adriatic to step up exploration on new Balkan soil

Adriatic Metals has been granted an exploration permit for additional mining concession areas as part of its Vares silver-zinc-lead development project in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The dual ASX-listed company in London was awarded the concession areas covering 32 square kilometers last year and has already completed a first helicopter-borne magnetic …

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AP News Digest 3 a.m. Chinese Congress Alzheimer’s Virginia Biden

Here are the AP’s latest cover plans, top stories, and promotional content. Every hour EDT. For late-breaking information on AP’s coverage, visit the coverage plan at https://newsroom.ap.org. _____________ BEST STORIES _____________ CYBERSECURITY-COLONIAL PIPELINE – CEO of massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month is expected to detail his company’s …

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Route network update for Eastern Airlines

Cypriot company TUS Airways to sell 49.9% stake to Israeli company 27.05.2021 – 20:29 UTC After losing a majority stake in El Al Israel Airlines (LY, Tel Aviv Ben Gurion) last year, Knafaim Holdings is now aiming to acquire 49.9% of the capital of TUS Airways (U8, Larnaca). Under a …

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CBBH investigated bank lending activity

In the first quarter of 2021, the conditions for granting credit to households and businesses continued to be tightened, but with a slightly lower intensity compared to 2020, according to the results of a survey on bank credit for the first quarter 2021 led by the Central Bank. of Bosnia …

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Estonia bans fur farming

It happened with a narrow margin, but a bill proposing a fur ban in the northern European country Estonia was officially passed after a ten-year struggle. Estonia bans the breeding of fur animals throughout the country – in five years all fur farms in the country will have to be …

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Today in history

Today is Wednesday June 2, the 153rd day of 2021. There are 212 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On June 2, 1979, Pope John Paul II arrived in his native Poland during the first visit of a pope to a communist country. To this date …

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Financial innovations for a green recovery and restoration

Musonda Mumba (Moderator) Director of the Rome Center for Sustainable Development within the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Musonda Mumba is the Director of the Rome Center for Sustainable Development within the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Ecological Transition of the …

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Berlin shocked by Denmark-US spy deal – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, with on-the-ground coverage by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today‘s edition of the Capitals, be sure to check out the article “The Commission admits that the share of fossil fuels is’ …

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Rich Paul works to empower his players

Rich Paul, founder of Klutch Sports and LeBron James rep Anthony Davis and Jusuf Nurkic of the Portland Trail Blazers, detailed his approach to player empowerment in a recent article by Isaac Chotiner from the New Yorker who examined his own rise to power in the league. For Paul, empowering …

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Lake Balaton under threat: elsewhere in emerging Europe

Our weekly collection of articles on emerging Europe published elsewhere this week, all of which grabbed our attention and are well worth your time. However, listing them here doesn’t necessarily mean that we agree with every word, nor that they necessarily reflect Emerging europe editorial policy. Threats mount against Europe’s …

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Bronx burglary suspect caught on video

The New York Times Her high school said she was third in her class. So she went to court. Dalee Sullivan looked straight into his computer camera and began to present his case to the judge. She referred to the transcripts, emails and policies she had taken from the student …

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Woman assaulted and raped in Suffolk County

Bloomberg Cuomo’s political track clears as impeachment inquiry continues (Bloomberg) – The tsunami of public anger directed at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo just months ago got stuck in the quagmire of Albany politics. A legislative group met on Wednesday to the third time since his meeting in March to …

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CBCG reaction to Predrag Drecun statement

CBCG reaction to Predrag Drecun statement 05/28/2021 In cases where individuals, knowingly or due to a lack of knowledge and skills, place inaccurate information that may directly or indirectly affect developments in the banking market, as its primary competence, the Central Bank (CBCG) should respond to preserve the soundness of …

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Bosnia’s industrial production increases in April

Regional today Friday May 28, 2021, 12:25 PM The figures Bosnia’s industrial production rose 25.5 percent year-over-year in April, after increasing 15.1 percent annually in March, according to data from the statistical agency (BHAS) based in Sarajevo. Manufacturing grew 33.5% per year in April and utilities grew 24.8%. Meanwhile, mining …

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Chuck Foresyth joins Signature Wealth Group

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Signature Wealth Group (an independent organization aligned with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., a FINRA / SIPC member) is pleased to announce that Chuck foresyth, CFP®, (Wealth Advisor, RJFS), joined the practice in the Charlotte, North Carolina branch. “With the …

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Goldman is one of SoftBank’s largest lenders

Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Goldman Sachs loaned over $ 5 billion to SoftBank, making New York Investment Bank one of the Japanese conglomerate’s largest lenders. As Bloomberg News reported Thursday, May 27, Goldman was SoftBank’s fourth-largest lender for the 12-month period ending March 31, providing 593.2 billion yen, …

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Glovo buys the Balkans Biz from Delivery Hero

Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail In current payments news around the world, Glovo will buy Delivery Hero’s operations in the Balkans, while Paysend has closed a $ 125 million Series B funding round led by One Peak. Additionally, Paytm is reportedly considering an initial public offering (IPO) of $ …

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The Cyprus problem: a tragic farce

By Victor When Turkey invaded and occupied a third of Cyprus in 1974, the international community condemned Turkey’s actions, but its strong words produced neither action nor results. To this day, Cyprus remains divided. One of the reasons for the current stalemate is that little Cyprus has lost the information …

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Future Jews 2048 – Web Episode 3: Social Impact and Influence of the Global and Local Jewish Community – The Australian Jewish News

Explore evolving Jewish social capital and its impacts and influences on the shaping of future Jews, and society at large, in 2048. This fireside chat series seeks to inspire, inform and provoke a pragmatic, forward-looking community discussion about the possible future of Jews and Judaism in Australia and around the …

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European equities advance on economic optimism

(RTTNews) – European stocks rose on Wednesday as inflation fears eased and positive data on business and consumer confidence in France boosted hopes for an economic recovery. The consumer confidence index in France rose to 97 in May against 95 in April, said the statistical office Insee. The score is …

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Euro Jet ready for summer 2021 in Adriatic countries

Euro Jet, a provider of ground support services in Europe and Central Asia, is ready for the upcoming summer travel season and will provide comprehensive ground support services in all countries surrounding the Adriatic Sea, including Croatia , Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania. Euro Jet provides ground handling …

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Serbia, Greece sign MoU to cut roaming charges

BELGRADE (Serbia), May 24 (SeeNews) – Serbia and Greece have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to reduce roaming charges for calls between the two countries, the Serbian government has said. As part of the deal, Serbia and Greece will encourage mobile operators to reach mutual agreements regarding the permanent …

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Factsheet: Strengthening social and health protection in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Bosnia and Herzegovina

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected all countries and global markets. In Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), disjointed health and political systems have not been able to adequately cope with the pandemic. COVID-19 has significantly slowed expected economic growth, disrupting the incomes and earnings of many people in Bosnia and Herzegovina …

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Anti-graft performance as an eye revealer

It was painful to watch even if it was wrong. For an entire day, a young man wearing a white mask sat at the most frequent spot in Sarajevo’s largest shopping mall and shredded counterfeit 200 convertible mark (US $ 125) bills. Shredding money as an illustration of corruption. (Photo: …

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What is the $ 1.2 trillion independent economy?

Sarah Archer, Independent Marketing Manager with expertise in cutting edge content strategy, SEO and PR … [+] in various industries ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Sarah archer 29% of workers say they will leave if they are forced to return to the office. But there is one force …

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Bosnian court releases ex-Dinamo Zagreb coach

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) – Former Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic was released by a Bosnian court on Wednesday after being… SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) – Former Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic was released on Wednesday by a Bosnian court after being held under an international arrest warrant …

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Greece, leader of the Balkans

After a lost decade, due to the economic crisis and then to the pandemic, Greece is back to playing its natural role as the first power in the Balkans. It is a role that is welcomed by most countries in south-eastern Europe. We may not have the kind of economic …

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