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Should discrimination against Trump supporters be illegal?

American conservatives have become obsessed with the cultural stigma they face in elite institutions, both from old enemies, like universities and Hollywood, and new ones, like K-12 schools and even some companies (“capital awakened”). Eric Kaufmann, professor and member of the right-wing Manhattan Institute, wants to do something. Conservatives must …

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US and India have a lot of work to do on digital cooperation | Business and Economy News

New Delhi, India – It’s a drama that unfolds worthy of a Bollywood film. In February, Twitter deleted hundreds of accounts that posted continued farmer protests against three farm laws passed in India last year, only to restore some after a massive public backlash. Twitter said the accounts were deleted …

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Take advantage of the EU carbon tax

After a period of notice, a draft EU carbon border tariff was finally announced. To avoid getting caught up in trade disputes, the EU does not mention the word “tariff”, but rather uses the term “carbon border adjustment mechanism”. Although it is a bit long, it clearly states the purpose …

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On the open path to growth

On the open path to growth Royal Enfield is determined to increase its business by increasing production in Thailand, introducing new models for local consumers and focusing on electric vehicles in line with global trends and government policy, writes Lamonphet Apisitniran Mr. Sumbly sees business opportunities for sales of midsize …

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Coal Creek Station Finds New Owner in Bismarck Company | Local News for Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota

North Dakota’s largest coal-fired power station, Coal Creek Station near Falkirk. Tom stromme The search for a new owner for Coal Creek Station is over, as a Bismarck-based company has entered into a deal with operator Great River Energy to purchase the power plant. The subsidiaries of Rainbow Energy Marketing …

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IMF Executive Board concludes 2021 Article IV consultation with Hungary

Washington, DC: On June 18, 2021, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation with Hungary and approved the staff appraisal without a meeting.[1] The economy has been hit hard by the pandemic. GDP fell by 5% in 2020. Average inflation was 3.3% but, …

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Land tax bill faces odd day in state legislature | Legislature

Trip Senate Bill 293, Think of it as an attempt to lower property taxes on multi-family units, or November voteIt got a little strange on the first full day of the General Assembly. The first hearing with the Senate Finance Committee drew a small delegation of people who are generally …

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Can solar farms help save bees?

The solar boom is here. According to the Solar Energy Industry Association, prices for solar energy have fallen by more than 70% over the past decade. New solar installations have grown almost exponentially during this time, and they will need to continue to grow even faster to meet climate targets. …

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5 winning construction stocks to harness the continuing strength of demand

The construction sector is doing well at this time, mainly due to continued strength in residential housing. And residential housing is made up of two parts, existing houses and new houses. Existing homes are by far the larger of the two segments, so the numbers should ideally be read together, …

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CNOOC Limited announces the start of production of China’s first independent large-scale independent deep-water gas field, Lingshui 17-2

HONG KONG, June 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CNOOC Limited (the “Company”, SEHK: 00883, NYSE: CEO, TSX: CNU) today announced that the from China The first independent large-scale deep-water offshore gas field, the Lingshui 17-2 gas field has started production. CNOOC Logo (PRNewsfoto / 中國 海洋 石油 有限公司) The …

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