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Working for Climate Resilient Farming Systems in Zimbabwe – Policy Brief 38, November 2021 – Zimbabwe

Ongoing collaboration between decision makers and researchers is crucial for effective and dynamic climate smart solutions Key messages Climate action is urgently needed: Successive droughts and unusual weather events in Zimbabwe have already taken their toll on the country’s economy. Climate projections indicate drier conditions Rainfed agriculture will be the …

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Guide for Short-Term Loans for Bad Credit

Finding a short-term loan if you’re stuck with low credit scores isn’t easy and can even be daunting. But, we’ve explained the entire procedure to make it easier for you. The following are the features you need to look at when looking into short-term loans from these websites shortern @ OakParkFinancial. …

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Former Perry County Agricultural Society Treasurer Charged With Fraudulent Spending $ 100,000 | Crime and courts

PINCKNEYVILLE (WSIL) – The former treasurer of the Perry County Agricultural Society (“PCAS”) is facing federal indictment for defrauding the PCAS over $ 100,000. Billy E. Harris, 47, is charged with 10 counts of mail fraud. Harris was PCAS Treasurer from 2011 to 2018 and currently lives in St. Louis, …

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Colony Capital reports $ 3.2 billion in defaults on portfolio loans

(Reuters) – Real estate and investment company Colony Capital Inc CLNY.N said on Friday that its holding companies had defaulted on $ 3.2 billion in debt guaranteed by hotels and health-related properties. Colony Capital Received “Acceleration Notice” Covering $ 780 Million In Defaulted Debt, Says In Regulatory File bit.ly/2SOt8wl. The …

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Coronavirus cases confirmed in Muskegon second prison

MUSKEGON, MI – Coronavirus entered a second Muskegon prison, months after Muskegon Correctional Facility became home to the world’s worst prison epidemic in the state. Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Institution at 2500 S. Sheridan Drive confirmed two cases of COVID-19 among its inmates on Thursday, Oct. 22, according to Holly …

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Beach Boys to sell music catalog to company run by Irving Azoff

Beach boys confirmed to have sold their catalog of music and other assets. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers announced Thursday that Iconic Artists Group, led by music executive Irving Azoff, has acquired a controlling interest in their intellectual property, including “their sound recordings, branding, selected musical compositions and …

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US demands rights on Indian manufacturers of wind power equipment

The International Trade Administration (ITA), under the United States Department of Commerce, has recommended the imposition of a countervailing duty on Indian manufacturers of wind power equipment. The recent measures are a stark reminder of the Obama-era battle within the World Trade Organization (WTO) between India and the United States …

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The PPP program opens to all lenders

January 19, 2021 After reopening the paycheck protection program to small lenders on Friday, the US Small Business Administration is now opening the program to all lenders. Lenders with less than $ 1 billion in assets were able to file first and second drawdown requests on Friday, according to information …

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Folk Unlocked Festival Unlocks Pandemic Aid for Folk Musicians

The festival will launch the Village Fund, a collection of grants for struggling musicians and … [+] industry workers. International Folklore Alliance Many articles covering the shutdown of live musical performances during the COVID-19 pandemic featured photos of empty concert halls, high-capacity areas with 10,000 folded seats. There were fewer …

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Vineyards hope warmer weather will bring recovery from pandemic

SPRINGFIELD – Illinois wineries and vineyards are hoping for a strong recovery after more than a year of widespread disruption caused by the pandemic. Wineries and vineyards have faced significant drops in income as costs skyrocket as they seek to comply with complex health and safety regulations, including investing in …

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Biden administration expands SME loan program

President Joe Biden has extended the period during which small businesses must apply for loans to offset costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Bloomberg, Biden signed the legislation in a short ceremony Tuesday, March 30, calling it a bipartisan effort that gives businesses two extra months – from …

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RBA review could look for ways to avoid next crisis

As Australia plans its economic recovery from the pandemic, public attention naturally focuses on politicians, but this week the Herald also felt it was equally important to highlight the policies of the Reserve Bank of Australia. As we reported on Tuesday, the fictitious treasurer Jim Chalmers has joined a growing …

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Companies supported by a tax relief program | New

BOSTON – Businesses facing double-digit increases in unemployment insurance and federal disaster loan taxes are now breathing a sigh of relief. $ 350 million pandemic relief program, signed by Gov. Charlie Baker last Thursday, rolls back unemployment insurance rate increases for businesses, rolls back state taxes on federal protection program …

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Democrats, unions ignore plight of unbridled professors

Democrats project the public image of standing up for the little guy, favoring unions and workers over management, promoting equality and fairness, and condemning discrimination and systemic racism. But good intentions can be deflected when the so-called good guys fuel inequity and discrimination. While Democrats have touted colleges as engines …

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Maine Credit Union proposes to defer loans to its members

The company says the optional 3-month program will be offered to members whether or not they have been directly affected by the virus. HAMPDEN, Maine – One Maine Credit Union has come together to help Mainers feeling financial pressures caused by the COVID-19 virus. Maine Savings Federal Credit Union is …

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United Airlines sets new diversity target

50% of the students of the new pilot training academy must be women and people of color Apr 6, 2021 United Airlines, the only major U.S. airline to own a flight school, to start accepting applications as it embarks on an ambitious plan to train 5,000 new pilots by 2030, …

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Woodgate: Ex-teammate Begovic was ‘first class’

JONATHAN Woodgate praised “top class” Asmir Begovic insisting that the goalkeeper remains “exactly the same” as when the duo played together at Stoke City. Begovic has been one of Cherries’ most notable performers this season, following his surprise return to the club. The Bosnian plug fell out of favor under …

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Eastern Union closes trio of loans for $ 74 million

A team of two-person brokers with Eastern Union closed three transactions with a total value of $ 74.3 million. Two of the agreements took place in Alabama and the other in Florida. Funding was secured by the company’s “chairman’s team” made up of company president Ira Zlotowitz and Michael Wyne, …

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Travel boom threatens COVID-19 recovery: doctor

Dr. Andre Campbell, UCSF & ICU Professor of Surgery, Physician and Trauma Surgeon at Zuckerberg General Hospital in San Francisco, joins Kristin Myers and Brian Cheung of Yahoo Finance to discuss the latest information on the coronavirus. Video transcript BRIAN CHEUNG: As the vaccine rollout continues, there are concerns about …

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The recovery boom will last until 2023

United States Full heroes of Post-government recovery. U.S. Power Growth and Forecast Pace Look Unmatched Increase For the next few months. This climate of hope was also confirmed Jamie Timon d JPMorgan Chase: A series of lucky factors set in motionAmerican economy For at least two more years. United States …

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