Repatriation

Do the costs of the cloud outweigh the benefits?

July 3, 2021 FOR THE In the past decade, few aspects of modern life have geeks drool over more than the cloud, the cumulus cloud of data centers dominated by three US tech giants, Amazon, Microsoft and Google, as well as Alibaba. in China. In America, some compare their position …

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Repatriate stolen items to Nepal

For many art historians, cultural experts and heritage activists, April of this year has been a remarkable month. After nearly 40 years of his disappearance, the statue of Laxmi Narayan, a major stolen object, has been returned to Nepal. Stolen in 1984, the 800-year-old statue was originally kept in the …

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Coast Guard intercepts migrant ship off Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO – The crew of Coast Guard Joseph Tezanos repatriated 38 migrants to the Dominican Republic on Friday, after intercepting their boat Thursday in the waters of Mona Passage near Desecheo Island, Puerto Rico. Interception and repatriation are part of the ongoing efforts of partner agencies of …

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PH manning sector: surfing the waves of change

Marina administrator Robert Empedrad FILE PHOTO The Philippine maritime industry and the staffing sector after a year of brutal waves of change caused by the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic. “We are now improving our crew change procedures to such an extent that they are appreciated and adopted by other countries,” …

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The BoG attacks recalcitrant exporters

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has taken export repatriation law enforcement to the next level by involving the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service. The move aims to help the central bank deal with exporters who flout article 15 of the 2006 Foreign Exchange Law, Law 723, …

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