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Business Wire 09/17/2019 16:22
WOODBURY, New Jersey & PISCATAWAY, New Jersey--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EP Henry, le chef de file nord-américain de la fabrication des produits unitaires en béton, en collaboration avec Solidia Technologies®, une startup technologique spécialisée dans le ciment et le béton, présente les premiers produits au monde fabriqués à base de béton Solidia Concrete™ à faible teneur en carbone.
Rio Times (Brazil) 09/17/2019 16:19
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro sanctioned on Tuesday, September 17th, the Bill 3.715/19, which extends the possession of weapons on rural properties. The measure was approved by the House of Representatives on August 21st. Bolsonaro confirmed the sanction directly from the Alvorada Palace, where speaks on the first day of work, after […]. .
გთავაზობთ დღის ასტროლოგიურ პროგნოზს ზოდიაქოს თითოეული ნიშნისთვის, რომელიც დაგეხმარებათ, სწორად დაგეგმოთ დღე და მიიღოთ საჭირო გადაწყვეტილებები.
Business Insider 09/17/2019 16:15
The were the in 2016 from , the world's fourth-largest offshore law firm. Every year, about $70 billion that the US could be using for infrastructure, law enforcement, healthcare or education is missing. It's hidden deep within and anonymous entities in places like the . "Secrecy World" author Jake Bernstein explains how the super-wealthy hide billions using and shell companies. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: In 2016, 11.5 million files were leaked from Mossack Fonseca, the world's fourth largest offshore law firm. These were called the Panama Papers. Hundreds of thousands of offshore entities and shell companies connected to over 200 countries and territories appear in the papers. Prominent world leaders, politicians, bu.
Deccan Chronicle (India) 09/17/2019 16:13
Chennai: Biscuit makers hope that the GST Council meeting on Friday will reduce the rates on low-priced items. The Biscuit Manufacturers Welfare Association has made a representation to the council seeking revision of GST rate for biscuits priced below Rs 100 per kg on par with other processed food items which were exempt from excise duty during the previous regime. According to Mayank Shah, Category Head, Parle Products and Vice President, Biscuit Manufacturers Welfare Association, low-priced biscuits, breads and rusk were exempted from excise duty under the previous tax regime.

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