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Brexit Britain has set its sights on South Africa for trade boom – key area identified | Politics | New

MP Andrew Selous hailed the UK’s exit from the EU as an opportunity to further strengthen ties with South Africa in the future. He said the two countries were already doing a significant volume of trade each year – worth £ 8 billion in 2020 even with the pandemic – …

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Unprecedented farmer protests in India may cause political problems: UN

NEW DELHI: The unprecedented farmer protests recently seen in India may turn into a political problem, the United Nations warned in its latest World Social Report titled “Reconsidering Rural Development”. “Several recent events have highlighted the importance of rethinking current rural development strategies. Unprecedented farmer protests, such as the one …

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California Sets Green Goals for Ride-Hailers Like Lyft and Uber (1)

California air regulators on Thursday established the country’s first regulations for ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft, requiring 90% of fleets to be electric by 2030. The California Air Resources Board also set a goal of zero carbon dioxide emissions for fleets during the same period. Passenger car fleets traveled …

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UPDATE 2-US FDA to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 12-15 year olds early next week

Bloomberg Chinese tensions spill over as Europe heads to Biden (Bloomberg) – A major investment deal struck in December between the European Union and China – after seven years of painful negotiations – could end up being the culmination of rapidly deteriorating ties again. and Germany each formulated legislation that …

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Recovery and Resilience Facility: Belgium, Italy, Austria and Slovenia submit official recovery and resilience plans – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you in collaboration with the European Commission. The Commission has received official recovery and resilience plans from Belgium, Italy, Austria and Slovenia. These plans define the reforms and public investment projects that each Member State plans to implement with the support of the …

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FAO and BADEA sign memorandum of understanding to promote agricultural infrastructure development

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) signed a memorandum of understanding for future collaboration aimed at promoting the development of agricultural infrastructure and vocational training for women and young people. The deal would also advance climate-smart …

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Meet ‘Mochi’, the Chinese-made mobile charging robot for Envision’s electric vehicles

Envision, a technology company specializing in wind turbines and energy management software, presented its very first mobile charging robot. The new device, dubbed “Mochi”, will soon be available to charge electric vehicles (EVs), increasingly widespread in China, with 100% green electricity. A new device with a name that looks a …

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Blackpool Council 2021 by-election: Norbeck’s candidates and their priorities

Four candidates vie for the seat of Norbreck on May 6, vacant following the death of former council head Peter Callow in November. Mr Callow retained the seat in the 2019 local election as an independent not aligned with his wife Maxine, after the couple were deselected by the Conservative …

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Why the Sunrise (ASX: SRL) share price jumped 13% this morning

the Sunrise Energy Metals Ltd (ASX: SRL) The share price soared to the sky this morning, rising nearly 13% in early trading. At the time of writing, shares of the mining exploration company are down slightly and are trading at $ 2.35 – up 5.86% at Friday’s close. By comparison, …

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It’s consumers’ turn to support farmers: The Tribune India

RS Sidhu and BS Dhillon PROMOTING a free market economy in agriculture in India has been a subject of debate since 1991, when reforms in the industrial and financial sectors were introduced. Then came the WTO agreement in 1995, of which India was one of the first signatories. As part …

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