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Behind the push to freeze Moscow’s foreign cash

“The response from Canada and our allies will be swift and biting,” Freeland vowed after Putin’s forces crossed the border. “This barbaric attack cannot and will not be allowed to succeed.” Freeland was born in Canada to Ukrainian parents – her mother helped draft Ukraine’s constitution. Before Saturday evening, European …

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US Treasury official details Russia sanctions

Western leaders are warning that Russia has set in motion its plan to launch a full invasion of Ukraine, while announcing the first round of sanctions against Moscow. US President Joe Biden described the unfolding events in Ukraine as “the start of a Russian invasion”, as he unveiled tough new …

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‘Opposite Dynamics’: Growing Supply Chain Problems Hinder Solar Advances in US

United States installed 5.4 GW of direct current solar power plant to set a third quarter record, but escalating supply chain constraints and costs in all market segments will lead to lower installations by 25% over the next 12 months, depending on the solar energy industries. Association (SEIA). Focus your …

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US-China trade dispute: geopolitics alone may not help Indian manufacturers

Against the backdrop of restarting sustainable growth after the pandemic, it is often heard that India’s participation in the Quad can give it the opportunity to be part of the “secure supply chains” the United States wants. As US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo recently said, “we are talking about …

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The long and frustrating quest for a “smart wall”

Every president since Bill Clinton has pursued this technological dream. A physical wall is expensive. Yet he still doesn’t measure up against a ladder. But one clever wall, a line of south-facing watchtowers, promises to seal the border through innovation. This would not only save money by reducing the number …

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Iowan lashes out at Biden for cuts in ethanol production

KIMT-TV 3 NEWS – Political and biofuel industry leaders in Iowa slam Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to reduce ethanol production targets. Under President Trump, the EPA set a 2020 production target of 15 billion gallons of ethanol. This has now been reduced to 12.5 billion gallons. US Senator Joni …

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EXPLANATION: What are the rules for travelers entering the United States?

President Joe Biden’s latest measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 will increase the hassle factor of flights to the United States, even for American citizens returning from overseas. From next week, travelers to the United States will be required to show evidence of a negative test for the virus …

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Rare wild flower blocks US lithium mine

U.S. domestic production of lithium, a key material for electric car batteries, broke another hurdle this week after a government order to protect a rare flower growing in Nevada. The US Fish and Wildlife Service said it had offered to protect Tiehm’s buckwheat, a wildflower, under the Endangered Species Act, …

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A Curse Worse Than Money By Kenneth Rogoff

While prominent cryptocurrency advocates are politically connected and have democratized their base, regulators simply cannot sit idly by forever. Malicious ransomware attacks targeting a growing number of businesses and individuals could prove to be the tipping point. CAMBRIDGE – Ransomware – a type of malware that restricts access to a …

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Biden and Trump shoulder to shoulder in Georgia and Texas

Top line Just over two weeks before Election Day, polls show Joe Biden and President Trump neck and neck in Georgia and Texas, two states that have not opted for a Democratic presidential candidate in decades and who exert a great influence on the Electoral College. (COMBO) This combination of …

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Mother who lost three children and mother to fire in Texas power outages speaks of tragic night

Like texas limp back to a normal life after a devastating winter storm, a mother is still trying to come to terms with a heartbreaking and unfathomable personal tragedy. Jackie Pham Nguyen lost her mother, Loan Le, and three children, Olivia, 11, Edison, 8, and Colette, 5, to a fire …

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Alternative Credit Data, Fair Loans May Focus Under Biden

Editor’s note: This story is part of a series on the trends that will shape the industry in 2021. You can find all the articles on our trend line. After President Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday and a run-off election in Georgia that gave Democrats control of the Senate, financial …

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Student loan exemption: what it means for SSU

PORTSMOUTH – Joe Biden has signaled throughout his campaign and now as president-elect the possibility of forgiving student debt, a move that could affect thousands of students at Shawnee State University. Originally a part of the Heroes Act of the United States House of Representatives, Biden supported federal payments of …

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Council shows how it’s done | Editorials

As President Joe Biden prepares to commit future generations to nearly $ 2 trillion in further debt, the town of Laurel and Jones County have shown the benefits of paying their debts on time and living on time. their means. The city funded a million dollar bond with an incredible …

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PPP reopens Tuesday for more loans, including second round

WASHINGTON – In a December Capitol Region Chamber of Commerce survey, local businesses overwhelmingly said “cash” was their greatest immediate need to weather the pandemic. With the restart of the paycheck protection program, much-needed funds will now be available for many of these businesses. The Small Business Administration reopened the …

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Federal student loan forbearance with additional extension

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced on Friday evening that the U.S. government would extend federal forbearance on student loans to borrowers by one month as more businesses close due to an increase in cases of coronavirus. This means that federal student loan payments will not be due in January. The …

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