Trade Wars

Presidential War Powers Debate Sets Up Test for Divided GOP

WASHINGTON – When it comes to curtailing presidential war powers, Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri, seen as a prominent prospect for the 2024 Republican nomination, agrees with President Biden. Mr Hawley supports the repeal of a decades-old law allowing the use of military force in Iraq, which has been cited …

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New book from Procurement’s toughest reviewer – and most vocal champion

Yet Epstein is also an “enthusiastic cheerleader” who insists “today is the best time to shop.” Why? The author sees sourcing becoming “a destination of choice for visionary leaders and high-performing employees looking to engage in goal-oriented work.” Of course, digital transformation is the essential catalyst for all this value-driven …

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 13 Easter Eggs Explained

– He looks a bit like a young Cikatro Vizago, a crime lord of the same species who appeared in Rebels and part of its connection material. They both have yellowish green skin and brown eyes with a red tint, but they are not related or canonically related in any …

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UAW President hails ‘union-management’ partnership after Volvo strike is liquidated

Less than a week after United Auto Workers chairman Ray Curry conspired with Volvo Trucks management to end the five-week strike in Virginia and pass a contract previously rejected by workers, he wrote a chronicle in the Detroit News Tuesday titled “UAW Works with Employers for Union Members”. the Detroit …

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Culture Wars: Leeds City Council to investigate Parkin and Yorkshire Tea links to slavery | United Kingdom | New

Parkin is a traditional ginger cake that North Britons have enjoyed since the 18th century. However, the cake may have links to colonialism and the slave trade due to its ingredients. The Black Lives Matter movement that swept across the nation last year after the tragic death of George Floyd …

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Private equity funds bet on resilience – Opinion

Usman Akhtar and Soegeng Wibowo Singapore / Jakarta ● Wed, July 21, 2021 2021-07-21 01:25 0 c78papa32e3af0945bdb46490a823808e 2 Notice equity market, COVID-19, Asia-Pacific, resilience, loan, NPL, finance Release The COVID-19 pandemic hit Southeast Asian economies in 2020 and prompted private investors to take shelter. The value of transactions fell 26% …

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Taliban expand drug trafficking from heroin to methamphetamine

KABUL — The escalation of the war in Afghanistan is directly linked to the multi-billion dollar global trade in illicit drugs, as the Taliban seek to expand and consolidate control over drug production and trafficking and to diversify from methamphetamine heroin, in what an Afghan anti-drug officer called “a coming …

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H&P Insights: demystifying digital transformation; “This new normal”

Demystifying digital transformation For the oil and gas industry, hydropower is both the end product and a critical operation within plant operations. Understanding the health of the equipment within the facility is essential. This is where digital transformation comes in. In a new Hydraulics & Pneumatics article, authors Amit Patel …

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Why Canada Matters to Texas

For over 150 years, Canada has been more than just a neighbor: we are your best customer, your closest security partner and your largest energy supplier. Texas is an important part of all of these mutual benefits. Texans may think of other countries first when considering international trade and cooperation. …

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Friendly Fire: Sacco’s jackpot, Kean’s bedmate, Booker’s quest for justice

Can Americans still have a sensible and friendly political discussion across the partisan divide? The answer is yes, and we intend to prove it. Julie roginsky, a democrat and Mike DuHaime, a Republican, are consultants who have worked on opposing teams throughout their careers but remained friends throughout. Here, they …

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