Wife of the Governor-General, Her Excellency the Most Hon. Lady Allen, is urging well-thinking Jamaicans to take the necessary steps to safeguard the society’s children and youth, and aid their holistic development.Noting that 33 per cent of the population are children and another 11.8 per cent are youth, aged 18 to 24, Lady Allen contended that “these are the leaders and nation-builders or tomorrow, and we want them healthy and happy”.“Our children and young people face many problems, and sometimes they need the help of us adults to see them through their difficulties. We need to do that because they have special needs, special interests, and special dreams. We must give them every opportunity to become the best that they can be,” she said.Her remarks were delivered by Chair of the Friends of the Bustamante Hospital for Children, Dr. Karla Hylton, during the opening ceremony for the annual Dr. Leila Wynter Commemorative Conference at the institution on Monday (November 5).Lady Allen said that when children are allowed to grow holistically, they will be “set on the right path to do those things that are good for them… and good for us too”.Lady Allen, who is the Bustamante Hospital’s patron, said she enjoys and takes this role seriously, pointing out that “it is a pleasure because I have always had a very great interest in children and young people”.“I have a special love for them. They give us as parents, grandparents, and older people a lot of joy as we see them learning, enjoying themselves, getting excited over their successes, or just being themselves without pretending to be what they are not,” she noted.Lady Allen said that the conference has been fittingly named in honour of one of Jamaica’s pioneers in paediatric and general healthcare, and is a welcome forum for exploring and discussing issues related to the welfare of the society’s youngsters.She noted that the range of topics for discussions were relevant, and praised all of the medical professionals, inclusive of doctors, nurses, surgeons and specialists, who volunteered to share information on and examine health-related issues “[impacting] the health of our young adolescents”.The annual Dr. Leila Wynter conference commemorates the life and work of the first senior paediatrician at the Bustamante Hospital for Children.Lady Allen highlighted Dr. Wynter’s groundbreaking work and invaluable contribution to paediatric healthcare.She noted her pursuit to become a medical doctor during the early1900s when, in the absence of a medical training school in Jamaica, only boys, men of the elite class, and others selected by the Colonial government of the day were facilitated to study abroad.“[She] made it against the odds to become the highly skilled and respected medical doctor, who served Jamaica well for some five decades until her passing in 1986. Therefore, [it] is only fitting that we pay tribute to her memory with the staging of these Annual Conferences,” Lady Allen added.This year’s conference, held under the theme ‘Disorders of Adolescence’, featured several focus area presentations and a symbolic commemorative cake-cutting exercise.Topics covered included: ‘The Adolescent with Congenital Heart Disease’, ‘The HPV Vaccine’, and ‘’The Pharmacist’s Role in Adolescent Patients Healthcare’.The Bustamante Hospital for Children, located in Kingston, is Jamaica’s and the Caribbean’s sole paediatric health institution, catering to children up to age 12. Noting that 33 per cent of the population are children and another 11.8 per cent are youth, aged 18 to 24, Lady Allen contended that “these are the leaders and nation-builders or tomorrow, and we want them healthy and happy”. “Our children and young people face many problems, and sometimes they need the help of us adults to see them through their difficulties. We need to do that because they have special needs, special interests, and special dreams. We must give them every opportunity to become the best that they can be,” she said. Story Highlights Wife of the Governor-General, Her Excellency the Most Hon. Lady Allen, is urging well-thinking Jamaicans to take the necessary steps to safeguard the society’s children and youth, and aid their holistic development.
Mumbai: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Maharashtra Women and Children Development minister Pankaja Munde were on Sunday absent from the executive meeting of the state unit of the BJP. BJP working president JP Nadda, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and newly-appointed state unit chief Chandrakant Patil attended the meeting. Munde was scheduled to move a political resolution along with state Finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar. Mungantiwar was present for the meeting despite being unwell for the past three days, Patil said. “He shouldn’t have strained himself but he still attended to move the political resolution,” he said. He said Munde could not attend as she was travelling abroad for her son’s college admission, while Gadkari, who was scheduled the address the gathering, had an important meeting.
Although Hollywood refers to Vancouver as its go-to Canadian production centre on the West Coast, a new study says Burnaby is the site of a booming trade in the industrial real estate where films and TV series are actually being produced.The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate study, prepared by the Colliers International Group and released Tuesday, found that 48 per cent of the 2.1 million square feet of Metro Vancouver studio space – a mix of purpose-built studios and former industrial spaces – is actually in Burnaby, to the east of Vancouver. Just 19 per cent is in the city of Vancouver.The new study from the global real-estate services company offers a rare overview of how industrial real estate is being used for productions, largely funded by Hollywood, in an industry that employs more than 20,000 British Columbians. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook Twitter
Advertisement TIFF’s board of directors says it will begin searching for its new CEO in the coming months. “The film that won the prize today may well be that film,” said Handling in reference to “Les Affames.” “It’s a quarter of a century running an organization. I’ve loved every single of it,” Handling said in an interview on Sunday following the TIFF awards ceremony. He will have been CEO for 24 years by the time he steps down next year. “I will have had eight years as CEO in the building, too. I wanted to see us in the building and very successful. So, I just felt it was time. It was right for me emotionally, and I think probably it’s right for the organization,” he said. Advertisement But the long-serving executive says while he has relished his role in leading TIFF, the time has come to step aside. Login/Register With: Facebook The director and CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival still has another year to go before he steps down from his post. When asked about a potential Canadian contender for the foreign-language film prize at the upcoming Oscars, Handling said he didn’t think there was a clear frontrunner. TORONTO — Piers Handling says he is looking forward to enjoying a luxury he hasn’t had in 35 years — a summer break. “(Director) Francois Girard’s “Hochelaga” perhaps. We had that here this year,” he said of the Montreal historical drama screened during the festival. “But that’s a bit of a mystery this year, I think. It will be a surprise for all of us.”By: Lauren La Rose LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Handling said he was happy to have been able to help establish the TIFF Bell Lightbox, which is a central hub for TIFF programming during the festival and throughout the year. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” was the big winner at the TIFF Awards capturing the People’s Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival. The $30,000 Canada Goose Award for best Canadian feature film went to Robin Aubert’s zombie film “Les Affames.” Twitter “It’s been so demanding. It’s taught me so much, matured me as an individual, allowed me to fulfil my dreams. But after that period of time, I just want a little bit of my own life back, my own freedom to do other things.“I’ll be 69 when I step down next year and obviously I’m thinking about other things. I’m a big outdoor person, I want to enjoy summer,” Handling added. “Seriously, I have not had a summer for 35 years. You’re in dark screening rooms, you’re travelling, you’re trapped by the festival.” Artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival Cameron Bailey, left, and director and CEO Piers Handling introduce the winners of the TIFF Awards in Toronto, Sunday, Sept.17, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Donovan He suggested one potential candidate could be “Ava,” from Iranian-born, Montreal-based Sadaf Foroughi, which captured the Discovery program prize and earned an honourable mention for best Canadian first feature film. Handling has been working for the festival since 1982.
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India Thursday cut benchmark interest rate by 0.25 per cent for the second time in a row to bring interest rate to the lowest level in one year on softening inflation. The central bank, however, kept monetary policy stance at ‘neutral’. In the second policy review under Governor Shaktikanta Das, the six-member Monetary Policy Committee voted 4:2 in favour of the rate cut. The benchmark interest rate was cut by 0.25 per cent to 6 per cent, a move that will result in lower cost of borrowing for the banks that are expected to transmit the same to individuals and corporates. The RBI had on February 7 had last cut interest rate to 6.25 per cent from 6.5 per cent. Last time repo rate stood at 6 per cent was in April 2018. The rate cut is in consonance of achieving the medium term objective of maintaining inflation at the 4 per cent level while supporting growth, RBI said in a statement.
by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 11, 2016 8:00 am MDT Last Updated Sep 11, 2016 at 8:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week TORONTO – Five things to watch this week in Canadian business:Insurance Conference: The Risk and Insurance Management Society Canada Council holds a four-day conference in Calgary beginning Sunday. Rising insurance claims that are the result of natural disasters such as floods and forest fires are bound to come up as a topic of conversation.Securities Hearing into Amaya: A tribunal with Quebec’s securities regulator begins hearings Monday in the Amaya insider trading case. Thirteen people are alleged to have used their access to information to rake in nearly $1.5 million in profit over five years. They haven’t been charged but have been ordered not to trade shares or gain access to proceeds from their activities.Rogers CEO Speech: Guy Laurence, president and CEO of Rogers Communications, speaks Wednesday before the Canadian Club of Canada in Toronto. The company, among other big TV service providers, has faced criticism for the rollout of its so-called “skinny basic” television packages. Last week during CRTC hearings, Rogers said it’s adapting its marketing practices in response.Real Estate: Another batch of real estate data is expected to come out Thursday when the Canadian Real Estate Association reports home sales figures for August. Property sales have been down nationally for three consecutive months. And the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reported last week that sales were down 26 per cent in August compared to the same month last year.Empire Annual Meeting: Empire, the parent company of grocer Sobeys, will report its first-quarter earnings and hold its annual meeting Thursday in Stellarton, N.S., where it’s headquartered. Two months ago, Empire CEO Marc Poulin left abruptly, after a turbulent fiscal year that saw more than $2 billion in net losses.
FILE – In this Friday, March 17, 2017, file photo, German Chancellor Angela Merkel listens as Ivanka Trump speaks during a meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington. Ivanka Trump’s company continues to grow. Ethics lawyers fear the more her business expands, the more it may encroach on her ability, and husband, Jared Kushner, to credibly advise the president on core issues. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File) by Erika Kinetz And Anne D’Innocenzio, The Associated Press Posted Apr 18, 2017 1:12 am MDT Last Updated Apr 19, 2017 at 7:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Ivanka’s biz prospers as politics mixes with business SHANGHAI – Since her father was elected president of the United States, global sales of Ivanka Trump merchandise have surged and the company has applied for at least nine new trademarks in the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Canada and the U.S. The commercial engine of the first daughter’s brand is stronger than ever even as she builds a new political career from her West Wing office.Sales hit record levels in 2017, despite boycotts and several stores limiting her merchandise. U.S. imports, almost all from China, shot up an estimated 166 per cent last year.The brand, which Ivanka Trump no longer manages but still owns, says distribution is growing. It has launched new active wear and affordable jewelry lines, and is working to expand its global intellectual property footprint. In addition to applying for the new trademarks, Ivanka Trump Marks LLC has won provisional approval from the Chinese government for at least five since the inauguration.The commercial currents of President Donald Trump’s White House are unprecedented in modern American politics, ethics lawyers say. They have created an unfamiliar landscape riven with ethical pitfalls, and forced consumers and retailers to wrestle with the unlikely passions now inspired by Ivanka Trump’s mid-market collection of ruffled blouses, shifts and wedges.Using the prestige of government service to build a brand is not illegal. But criminal conflict-of-interest law prohibits federal officials, like Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, from participating in government matters that could impact their own financial interest or that of their spouses. Some argue that the more her business broadens its scope, the more it threatens to encroach on the ability of two trusted advisers to deliver credible counsel to the president on core issues like trade, intellectual property and the value of Chinese currency.“Put the business on hold and stop trying to get trademarks while you’re in government,” advises Richard Painter, who served as chief White House ethics lawyer under George W. Bush.In fact, on April 6, Ivanka Trump’s company won provisional approval from the Chinese government for three new trademarks, giving it monopoly rights to sell Ivanka brand jewelry, bags and spa services in the world’s second-largest economy. That night, the first daughter and her husband sat next to the president of China and his wife for a steak and Dover sole dinner at Mar-a-Lago.The scenario underscores how difficult it is for the president’s daughter, to separate business from politics in her new position at the White House.In a statement Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Ivanka Trump brand said that all 2017 Chinese trademarks were defensive, filed to prevent counterfeiters or squatters from using her name.To address ethical concerns, Ivanka Trump has shifted the brand’s assets to a family-run trust valued at more than $50 million and pledged to recuse herself from issues that present conflicts. She is also no longer running her design business and has given day-to-day responsibility to Abigail Klem, president of the brand. Meanwhile, her husband has taken steps to distance himself from his sprawling New York real estate business, divesting some of his business interests including his stake in a major Fifth Avenue skyscraper.“Ivanka will not weigh in on business strategy, marketing issues or the commercial terms of agreements,” her attorney, Jamie Gorelick, said in a statement. “She has retained authority to direct the trustees to terminate agreements that she determines create a conflict of interest or the appearance of one.”China, however, remains a nagging concern.“Ivanka has so many China ties and conflicts, yet she and Jared appear deeply involved in China contacts and policy. I would never have allowed it,” said Norman Eisen, who served as chief White House ethics lawyer under President Barack Obama. “For their own sake, and the country’s, Ivanka and Jared should consider stepping away from China matters.”Instead, the first daughter and her husband have emerged as prominent interlocutors with China, where they have both had significant business ties. Last year, Kushner pursued hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate investments from Anbang Insurance Group, a financial conglomerate with close ties to the Chinese state. After media reports about the deal, talks were called off.Publicly, Ivanka Trump has taken a gracious, charming approach toward Beijing. During the Mar-a-Lago meetings, her daughter, 5-year-old Arabella, stood in a gilded room and sang a traditional Chinese song, in Mandarin, for China’s president, Xi Jinping. The video, which was lavishly praised by Chinese state media, played over 2.2 million times on China’s popular news portal qq.com.The week of the summit, 3.4 tons of Ivanka Trump handbags, wallets and blouses arrived in the U.S. from Hong Kong and Shanghai. U.S. imports of her merchandise grew an estimated 40 per cent in the first quarter of this year, according to Panjiva Inc., which maintains and analyzes global shipping records.Gorelick, Ivanka Trump’s attorney, said that she and her husband would steer clear of specific areas that could impact her business, or be seen as conflicts of interest, but are under no legal obligation to step back from huge swaths of policy, like trade with China.Under the rules, Trump would recuse herself from conversations about duties on clothing imported from China, Gorelick said, but not broad foreign policy.“In between, you have to assess it case-by-case,” she said.Trademarks can be signs of corporate ambition, though many countries — such as China, where “trademark squatting” is rampant — also allow for defensive filings to prevent copycats from using a brand.Trademarks pose ethical, and possibly legal, implications for government employees because they are granted by foreign states and confer the monopoly right to sell branded products in a particular country — an entitlement that can be enormously valuable. Intellectual property lawyers say trademarks are also a crucial prerequisite for cutting licensing deals, which form the basis of both Ivanka Trump’s and Donald Trump’s global business strategies.Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a government watchdog group, on Tuesday expanded the scope of its federal lawsuit against President Trump to include trademark approvals from China in its list of alleged constitutional violations. The emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution prohibits federal officials from accepting anything of value from foreign governments without congressional approval.As a White House employee, Ivanka Trump is also subject to the same rule. “She needs to be careful,” said Painter, the former Bush administration lawyer, who is advising on the lawsuit. “If her trademarks are anything but routine they also would be prohibited emoluments from the Chinese government.”The president has dismissed the suit as “totally without merit.”In a statement, Klem said the trademarks are business as usual, and in some regions to prevent “trademark infringement.”“We have recently seen a surge in trademark filings by unrelated third parties trying to capitalize on the name and it is our responsibility to diligently protect our trademark,” Klem said.Today, Ivanka Trump Marks LLC has 16 registered trademarks in China and more than 30 pending applications, along with at least five marks granted preliminary approval since the inauguration, according to China’s Trademark Office database and gazette. Database filings are not immediately updated and may lag actual approvals. Altogether, they cover a wide range of goods and services, including cosmetics, jewelry, leather handbags, luggage, clothes, shoes, retail, spa and beauty services. There is no sign the recent approvals were particularly swift. China’s Trademark Office did not respond to a request for comment.Globally, the company has more than 180 pending and registered trademarks in countries including Canada, India, Japan, Israel, Mexico, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, as well as the U.S. and Europe, public records show. In December, the company applied for five trademarks, covering handbags and wallets in Puerto Rico, and lingerie and other clothes in the U.S. After the inauguration, the company filed four more applications, for branded clothing and shoes in the Philippines, and perfume and other items in Canada.Ivanka Trump did not sign off on the new trademark applications, her brand said in a statement, adding that they are “not necessarily an indication that the brand is planning to launch a category or a store in a specific territory.”Whatever the future plans, right now sales are growing — helped, some argue, by the glow of Ivanka Trump’s political rise.The G-III Apparel Group Ltd., which makes Ivanka Trump clothes, said net sales for the collection increased by $17.9 million during the year that ended Jan. 31.The overall brand itself says revenues rose 21 per cent last year, with early February seeing some of the “best performance ever,” according to a statement by Klem. Because it is privately held, the brand does not have to declare its earnings or where revenues come from. The actual corporate structure of Trump’s retail business remains opaque. Kushner’s financial disclosure form lists two dozen corporate entities that appear directly related to his wife’s brand. Trump herself has yet to file a disclosure.Data from Lyst, a massive fashion e-commerce platform, indicates some of this growth coincided with specific political events.The number of Ivanka Trump items sold through Lyst was 46 per cent higher the month her father was elected president than in November 2015. Sales spiked 771 per cent in February over the same month last year, after White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway exhorted Fox viewers to “Go buy Ivanka’s stuff.” Conway was later reprimanded. The bounce appears somewhat sustained. March sales on Lyst were up 262 per cent over the same period last year.“You can’t separate Ivanka from her role in life and from her business,” said Allen Adamson, founder of BrandSimpleConsulting. “Her celebrity status is now not only being fueled by her wealth and her family connection, but by her huge role in the White House. All that buzz is hardwired to her products.” That, he added, is a competitive advantage other brands just can’t match — though it does come with risk.Things could easily cut the other way for the first daughter. Ashley King, 28 of Calabasas, California, bought Ivanka Trump black flats and a cardigan several years ago. But King, who voted for Hillary Clinton, said she believes Trump’s role in the White House represents a conflict of interest.“This is bothering me more and more,” she said. As for the Ivanka Trump items in her closet, she said, “I will be donating them.”__AP reporter Catherine Lucey in Washington, researcher Fu Ting in Shanghai, and reporters Danica Coto in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Teresa Cerojano in Manila and Elaine Kurtenbach in Tokyo contributed to this report.Follow Kinetz on Twitter at twitter.com/ekinetz
SMMT launches safety guidance for van operators following poor safety levels.Half of LGVs declared unsafe at annual MOT test, while nine in 10 are overloaded.Failure to service vans properly could result in fines and vehicles taken off roads.Tuesday 14 April, 2015 The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is today launching a van maintenance campaign to help van operators take better care of their vehicles, and to keep their drivers and other road users safe.Almost two thirds (63%) of the 10,800 vans stopped by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) at the roadside each year have a serious mechanical defect, while more than nine out of 10 (93%) are overloaded. Around half of all vehicles stopped posed a road safety risk and were subsequently taken off the road at a cost to their owners of some £4,000 per day.1 Meanwhile, 50% of vans also fail their annual MOT test first time, compared with just 22% of HGVs, whose operators are bound by strict and costly licensing rules.2At this week’s Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, SMMT is urging a step change in safety improvements to ensure van owners meet self regulatory requirements and avoid the risk of fines and further legislation being imposed. Currently, goods vehicles weighing less than 3.5 tonnes are exempt from the Operator Licensing regime that applies to heavier vehicles. SMMT has been working closely with the DVSA and other industry stakeholders to ensure this exemption remains in place. To help this process SMMT is publishing an easy to follow van safety guidance at www.smmt.co.uk/vansafety.Although there has been no move so far to make Operator Licensing rules apply to vans, the regulations and safety records around light goods vehicles are facing increased scrutiny. Industry is keen to ensure that a system of self regulation is maintained so that costly licensing can be avoided, so long as safety records are improved. At current HGV fee levels, the collective industry bill for licensing for vans could stretch to as much as £2.1 billion.3Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said, “Britain’s 3.2 million vans are essential for the smooth running of the economy but their recent safety record is a matter of concern. Vans rack up huge distances and endure significant wear and tear on a daily basis so regular servicing is essential. We’re launching a new campaign to promote maintenance so businesses can take the necessary steps to ensure their vehicles are safe, protecting their drivers and other road users without the need for further fines and regulations.”Britain’s van sector continues to grow in importance for the distribution of the UK’s goods and services, as businesses expand and fleet operators look for greater flexibility and cost efficiencies. Demand for these vehicles continues to outstrip trucks, and with 34,007 new vans registered in March 2015 – up 23.8% on the same period last year – the sector is on track to hit a 12th consecutive month of double digit percentage growth in April.4 However, this demand – and the businesses driving it – could be severely hampered if safety doesn’t improve. SMMT has been working closely with the DVSA and other industry stakeholders to ensure the van sector remains free from burdensome regulation, and today publishes an easy to follow van safety guidance package. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
Members of the Ohio State women’s soccer team huddles before a game at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Credit: Aaron Tomich | Lantern ReporterThe Ohio State women’s soccer team is gearing up for the final act of the season commencing on Saturday. The Buckeyes (10-6-3, 4-4-3 Big Ten) kick off the first round of the NCAA tournament against the Dayton Flyers (9-9-3, 4-4-2 Atlantic 10) at 6 p.m. at Jesse Owens Stadium.OSU senior defender Bridget Skinner expressed excitement about receiving news of the team’s bid into the NCAA tournament, noting that the Buckeyes are champing at the bit with special motivation and strong anticipation of their matchup against their in-state opponent, the Dayton Flyers. “We’re just pretty pumped that we’re at home and get a chance to play them,” Skinner said. Coming off of three week’s rest, Skinner took time to discuss the team’s mentality behind the gap between its last game and Saturday’s upcoming match. This included a couple days of physical and mental rest, along with the idea of a fresh start.“We really did look at it as this completely new season,” she said. “Like, it’s postseason, the regular season happened, and this is a completely new season.”OSU coach Lori Walker focused on motivating the Buckeyes during the break, as they sat aside during the Big Ten tournament. “Everybody else is playing, so as a competitor, you get a very nauseous feeling that you’ve been left out of something,” Walker said.Walker noted that the team capitalized on the odd feeling of being left out, continuing to emphasize the concept that “winners don’t like to be left out of things,” as extra motivation for Saturday. She said that given Dayton has played three games in four days last weekend, the Buckeyes are focusing on attacking a fatigued Flyers team.“We know Dayton well. They’re a really good team,” Walker said. “They’ve had some success here and there, and at the end of their season, so we’re excited to play them on Saturday.”OSU senior forward Lindsay Agnew hopes the break from competitive play refocused the team going into Saturday night. Echoing the same team mentality, Agnew looks at this matchup as a new season. In saying that, she and the team as a whole focused on what has been improved all season long.“We took a couple days off at the beginning to reset and refocus,” Agnew said. “But since then, we’ve been basically just getting back to the basics: goal-scoring, shot-blocking and working on our midfield movements, just all the foundational stuff.”To take advantage of Dayton’s short rest, Agnew stressed the importance of ball movement and connecting midfielder crosses to forwards, eventually leading to more scoring opportunities.Dayton poses a threat to the OSU defense with junior forward Alexis Kiehl, who currently sits tied for most goals scored this season in the NCAA with 20. Although Kiehl’s numbers are daunting, the Buckeyes’ back-line is prepared to combat a potent offense.“I think if we stick to this game plan, we’ll be fine,” Skinner said. “And it will be kind of irrelevant that (Kiehl) has scored 20 goals,” Skinner said.
Beer Market By Type, Category, Packaging and Production: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2017-2025, the global beer market was valued at $593,024 million in 2017, and is projected to reach $685,354 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 1.8% from 2019 to 2025.The beer market is anticipated to witness a significant growth in Asia-Pacific, owing to several factors such as upsurge among female consumers and social acceptance of beer as a refreshment drink in parties. However, various countries have levied huge taxes on alcohol to discourage excessive drinking, which is expected to hamper the market growth.Download Sample PDF Brochure: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/request-sample/650The global beer market is analyzed based on production method into macro-brewery, micro-brewery, craft brewery, and others. The macro-brewery segment presently dominates the global market due to changes in consumer taste and improvements in lifestyle. The craft brewery segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.3% during the forecast period, owing to growth in preference among consumers for craft beer. Moreover, surge in the adoption of consolidation and expansion strategies by major industry brewers boost the growth of the craft beer industry.Beer is one of the most largely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world. It is prepared using malted cereals, hops, and water. Factors such as cultural changes and penetration of western culture have influenced consumers behavior and inclination toward alcoholic beverages. Beer companies have recently introduced light, low-calorie alcoholic beverages, targeting the female audience. Moreover, changes in social lifestyle of the working class and growth in disposable income, especially in the developing Asian economies fuel the growth of the market.Based on type, the global beer market is classified into lager, ale, stout & porter, malt, and others. Among these, the lager segment accounts for a significant market share by value. However, this segment is projected to witness slow growth compared to other segments owing to preference among major breweries for the production of ale beer. By category, the market is segmented into popular prices, premium, and super premium. The super-premium segment is expected to witness highest growth during the forecast period due to rise in disposable income in the potential markets of China, India, and Brazil.Make an Enquiry for Promocode Of Discounted Price: @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/purchase-enquiry/650Based on region, the global beer market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. Asia-Pacific is the highest revenue contributor, accounting more than two-fifths of the market share. Indonesia and India are the fastest growing beer markets in the Asia-Pacific region. However, the beer market in LAMEA is expected to register an increase in growth rate as compared with other regions, during the forecast period (2019-2025).Top Key Players are: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Beijing Yanjing Brewery, Boston Beer Company, Carlsberg Group, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Diageo PLC, Heineken N.V., Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Squatters Pub, and United Breweries Group.Key Findings of the Beer Market:Based on type, the malt segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2019 to 2025, in terms of both value and volume.In 2017, North America covered nearly one-fifth share by revenue of the global beer industry, and the market is growing at a CAGR of 1.7%.LAMEA is expected to be the fastest growing region, registering a CAGR of 1.9% during the forecast period.Based on the type of packaging, the glass segment dominated the global market in 2017, and is expected to maintain its lead throughout the forecast period.In terms of volume, the premium segment occupied majority of the share in the beer market, followed by the popular priced segment.For more Market Insights, Visit: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/beer-marketAbout Us:Allied Market Research provides global enterprises as well as medium and small businesses with unmatched quality of “Market Research Reports” and “Business Intelligence Solutions.” AMR has a targeted view to provide business insights and consulting to assist its clients to make strategic business decisions and achieve sustainable growth in their respective market domain.We are in professional corporate relations with various companies and this helps us in digging out market data that helps us generate accurate research data tables and confirms utmost accuracy in our market forecasting. 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Share Cute passenger alert! Duck boards flight wearing booties and diaper << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by “His human said he had several diapers, but always indicated (how I’m not sure) that he preferred to wear the Captain America one,” said Essig.More news: Can you guess the one and only hotel company to rank on Indeed’s Top Workplaces in Canada list?Essig learned that Daniel is four years old and was bought by his owner at a yard sale. He also said that his owner “kissed him on the beak several times” and held his beak gently when he quacked a lot during the flight.Daniel, an Indian Runner duck who can’t fly, was snapped looking out the window, perhaps daydreaming of what it’d be like to take flight among the clouds. But for Daniel, a clunky airplane will have to do for now.Daniel, the duck on my flight, likes to look at the clouds. pic.twitter.com/YiOjCvZ0NO— Mark Essig (@mark_essig) October 16, 2016 Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Travelweek Group CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — Duck, duck, loose! Photos of an emotional support duck boarding a plane have popped up on social media, with reports saying that it was a model passenger who liked to “look at the clouds.”My seatmate, CLTAVL, is this handsome duck named Daniel. His gentle quacking eases the sadness of leaving #SFA16. pic.twitter.com/iDKWCceAFi— Mark Essig (@mark_essig) October 16, 2016Author Mark Essig sat directly behind Daniel the duck on a short flight from Charlotte, North Carolina to Asheville, and snapped several photos of the adorable passenger while he walked down the aisle and gazed out the window. According to Essig, Daniel’s flight attire included little red booties and a Captain America diaper.Here is Daniel The Emotional Support Duck in all his red-shoed glory. pic.twitter.com/rBkK0QnBKr— Mark Essig (@mark_essig) October 17, 2016
Watch this kangaroo duke it out with unsuspecting paraglider Tags: Australia CANBERRA — Don’t let the pep in their step fool you – even kangaroos have a bad day every once in a while.Paraglider Jonathan Bishop learned first-hand just how grumpy the marsupial can be when he was attacked by one in Mamadgi National Park, just outside Canberra, Australia.Upon landing, he was immediately met by a kangaroo hopping across the landing pad at mach-10 speeds. Bishop, who thought at first the ‘roo was friendly, greeted it with a friendly, “Hey, what’s up, Skip?”Skip wasn’t having it, however, and responded with a mean right hook, followed by an aggressive shove.And then, as quickly as it arrived on the scene, Skippy hopped away, barely giving Bishop a second thought.Kangaroos, not as cute and cuddly as we all thought! Monday, March 11, 2019 Travelweek Group Posted by Share << Previous PostNext Post >>
Top Stories Sponsored Stories (AP) – Syria’s neighbors are increasingly being drawn into the country’s civil war in a variety of ways, whether militarily or due to an exodus of Syrians fleeing the fighting at home. The spillover has raised concerns that the nearly 20-month-long conflict between Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime and rebels trying to topple him could endanger the entire Middle East.Here is a look at how neighboring states are being affected by Syria’s bloodletting: 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 IRAQSunni and Shiite fighters from Iraq have made their way to Syria to join the civil war _ the former on the side of the opposition, the latter siding with Assad’s regime, according to Iraqi officials and Shiite militants. Sunni al-Qaida fighters are believed to be moving between Iraq and Syria, and some al-Qaida fighters in Iraq’s western Anbar province have regrouped under the name of the Free Iraqi Army, a nod to the rebels’ Free Syrian Army, Iraqi officials say.The United States has pressured Baghdad to stop Iranian planes suspected of ferrying arms to Syria from using Iraqi airspace. Iraq has so far acknowledged only forcing two planes to land for inspection and said it didn’t find any weapons either time.About 49,000 Syrian refugees have temporarily resettled in Iraq, according to the U.N. refugee agency.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments Share TURKEYTurkey has struck the Syrian military repeatedly in response to shelling and mortar rounds from Syria since Oct. 3, when shells from Syria struck the Turkish village of Akcakale, killing two women and three children. The incident prompted NATO to convene an emergency meeting and Turkey sent tanks and anti-aircraft batteries to the area. Turkey’s military has also scrambled fighter jets after Syrian helicopters flew close to the border.There are about 120,000 Syrian refugees sheltering in Turkish camps, with up to 70,000 more living in Turkey outside the camps. Thousands more wait at the border, held up as Turkey struggles to cope with the influx. Turkey also hosts much of the opposition and rebel leadership.Turkey has called for a buffer zone in Syria where the opposition and civilians would be protected, a step that would likely require international enforcement of a no-fly zone. Russia and China have blocked robust moves against the Syrian regime at the U.N. Security Council, and the United States has been reluctant to use its military in another Mideast conflict.ISRAELIsrael on Monday became the second country to strike the Syrian military, after Turkey. An Israeli tank hit a Syrian armored vehicle after shells from fighting in Syria exploded in Israel-controlled Golan Heights. A day earlier, Israel fired a warning shot near a group of Syrian fighters. Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix 5 ways to recognize low testosterone On Oct. 19, a car bomb assassinated Lebanon’s top intelligence chief, Wissam al-Hassan. Many in Lebanon blamed Syria and Hezbollah for the assassination.The northern Lebanese city of Tripoli has seen repeated clashes between Sunni Muslims and Alawites _ the Shiite offshoot sect to which Assad belongs. Battles in the city in May and August killed at least 23 people total and wounded dozens.The kidnapping of Lebanese Shiites in Syria by rebels has also had repercussions in Lebanon. In May, Shiites blocked roads and burned tires in protest over the abductions, and later in the summer a powerful Shiite clan took 20 Syrians and a Turk in Lebanon captive in retaliation, all of whom have since been released.Lebanon also shelters about 100,000 Syrian refugees.JORDANJordan has taken the brunt of the refugee exodus from Syria, with some 265,000 Syrians fleeing across the border. Around 42,000 of them are housed at Zaatari, a dust-filled refugee camp, where riots have broken out several times by Syrians angry over lack of services.A growing number of stray Syrian missiles have fallen on Jordanian villages in the north in recent weeks, wounding several civilians.Late last month, a Jordanian border patrol officer was killed in clashes with eight militants trying to cross into Syria. Hours earlier, Jordan announced the arrest of 11 suspected al-Qaida-linked militants allegedly planning to attack shopping malls and Western diplomatic missions in Jordan. Syrian shells have exploded inside the Golan several times in recent weeks damaging apple orchards, sparking fires and spreading panic but causing no injuries. In early November, three Syrian tanks entered the Golan demilitarized zone, and in a separate incident an Israeli patrol vehicle was peppered with bullets fired from Syria; no one was hurt in the incident and the Israeli military deemed it accidental.There is concern in Israel that Assad may try to spark a conflict with Israel, opening up the potential for attacks by Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Israel has also warned that Syria’s chemical weapons could be turned on the Jewish state. Still, while no friend of Assad, Israel is also worried that if he is toppled, Syria could fall into the hands of Islamic extremists or descend into sectarian warfare.LEBANONMortars and shells from the Syrian side regularly crash in Lebanon, causing several casualties, though Lebanese forces have never fired back. More dangerously, Syria’s conflict has heightened deep rivalries and sectarian tensions in its smaller neighbor. Lebanon is divided between pro-Assad and anti-Assad factions, a legacy of the nearly three decades when Damascus all but ruled Lebanon, until 2005. Assad’s ally, the Hezbollah militia is Lebanon’s strongest political and military movement. How do cataracts affect your vision?
in Data Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Bureau of Labor Statistics Investors Jobs Lenders & Servicers Service Providers Unemployment 2013-10-22 Tory Barringer Unemployment,September Unemployment Rate at 7.2%, Job Growth Still Weak The unemployment rate edged down to 7.2 percent in September as the economy added 148,000 jobs, the “”Bureau of Labor Statistics””:http://www.bls.gov/ (BLS) revealed in its monthly “”Employment Situation Report””:http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.htm.[IMAGE]The report, released weeks late as a result of the partial government shutdown, also showed revisions in job growth for July (down from 104,000 to 89,000) and August (up from 169,000 to 193,000). With these revisions, employment gains for the two months were 9,000 more than previously reported.Though down only slightly month-to-month, the unemployment rate fell a total of 0.4 percentage points over the third quarter, with the number of unemployment persons dropping 522,000 since June.The U6 unemployment rate, which includes people employment part-time for economic reasons and those “”marginally attached to the labor force,”” eased slightly to 13.6 percent. The U6 rate is considered by some to be a more reliable indicator of the country’s economic health than the overall national rate.According to BLS, some of the biggest job gains in September were in construction, a field struggling in terms of labor availability. Employment in construction was up 20,000 last month after showing little change over the six months prior.Other major gains were seen in transportation and warehousing (+23,000); wholesale trade (+16,000); and professional and business services (+32,000).After slipping by 3,000 in August, employment in the financial activities fell another 2,000 in September. The biggest culprit for the decline was “”credit intermediation and related activities””–a category that includes mortgage and loan brokerage–where employment dropped by 8,000.With a few exceptions, employment in most other major industries showed little change, BLS reported.September’s weak job growth may act as a deterrent for the Federal Reserve to begin tapering its bond purchases. The Fed has established that it intends to keep interest rates low until indicators show a much healthier economy, with an unemployment rate of 6.5 percent or below being one of the signs. While the Fed has signaled it may start slowing down its efforts, the timeline for that is still unknown.The number of long-term unemployed (those jobless for 27 weeks or more) was about 4.1 million, down from 4.3 million in August. Those individuals accounted for 36.9 percent of the employed.The labor force participation rate was a seasonally adjusted 63.2 participant, flat from August. Over the year, the labor force participation rate–which measures the labor force as a percent of the population–has declined 0.4 percentage points.The average workweek for all employees on private, nonfarm payrolls was 34.5 hours, unchanged from the prior month. Average hourly earnings for all employees was $24.09, up three cents. October 22, 2013 435 Views Share
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