Complete plan to prepare Qeshm for the tourist lift

Tehran – The Qeshm authorities are in the process of formulating a comprehensive plan, which is considered a prerequisite for the development of tourism in the south of the Iranian island. Qeshm Island in the Persian Gulf is an ecotourist’s paradise as it encompasses many attractions such as the marine …

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Indonesia unveils strategies to chair 2022 G20 presidency

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Economy Coordination Minister Airlangga Hartarto unveiled Indonesia’s strategies to chair the G20 Sherpa in 2022 as members of this international forum work to tackle huge impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy and public health. “The global COVID-19 pandemic has made this forum face more complex …

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Integrate resilience into a Supply Chain 4.0 strategy | Digital supply chain

Companies are looking to streamline and improve supply chains, but are also under pressure to manage supply chain disruptions and meet the corporate social responsibility requirements associated with their supply chains. All of this has only been bolstered by COVID-19, but companies can build the resilience of their supply chains …

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AIF warehousing: the next frontier of investment?

In recent years, we have witnessed some disruptive trends in the investment community: access to financial products is now more inclusive, innovation has a premium, and awareness of the importance of investing. is at an all time high. It is the era of the democratization of finance. This democratization had …

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 5 Recap: Monsters And Men

In Star wars: The bad lot Episode 5, “Rampage,” Clone Force 99 finds itself in dire straits and it’s up to Omega to save them. Easier said than done when there’s a monster on your tail. Star wars fans enjoyed the flashbacks on this Disney Plus show, and there’s a …

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Coup in Mali, vaccine production in Africa and volcano eruption in DRC

Malian transitional president and prime minister dismissed in coup Mali’s transitional vice-president, Assimi Goïta, announced on Tuesday that he had resigned from his post the transitional president Bah N’Daw, the transitional prime minister Moctar Ouane and several advisers during another coup. Goïta – who also led last year’s coup – …

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Global tax deal draws closer as G-7 seeks common ground | Economy

A global deal that could reshape the tax landscape for the biggest corporations is approaching a crucial first step as the Group of Seven nations focus on a deal that could feature both a minimum rate and encompass digital giants. If the finance ministers, who were to meet virtually on …

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Arvand Free Zone non-oil exports to $ 61 million in 1.5 months

Tehran – Non-petroleum products worth $ 61 million were exported from the Arvand Free Trade Zone (FTZ) in Khuzestan Province, southwestern Iran, during the 1.5-month period since the start of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21), according to a provincial official. Seyed Ali Mousavi, deputy director of the Arvand …

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Sri Lankan President imposes strike ban on public sector workers

Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya Rajapakse published an extraordinary newspaper on Thursday, declaring that most sectors of the state were “essential services”, effectively banning industrial action. The purpose of this draconian order is to quell growing anger and popular unrest over deteriorating living conditions and escalating attacks on democratic rights as …

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Tax hikes alone won’t pay for Biden’s budget plan. The bond market will have to take over.

There was a saying in Chicago’s bond pits – back in the days when there was a physical trading floor populated with living, breathing traders – that bonds were the culture that never failed. While this was originally a WWII advertising slogan for US war bonds, its more contemporary meaning …

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