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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CIL: Maintain “buy” with a target price of Rs 234

CIL has downgraded its fiscal year 22 drawdown target to $ 660 million, depending on factors such as electricity demand, covid disruptions, import substitution, etc. Key takeaways from Coal India (CIL’s) Q4FY21 conference call: 1) Although demand was impacted between March and May 21, YTDFY21 production and picks were robust …

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Urban Affairs – Unicameral update

Lawmakers established inland port authorities, implemented the provisions of a constitutional amendment related to economic development, updated the annexation law, and created a register for building inspectors. LB156, presented by Omaha Senator Justin Wayne, establishes up to five inland port authorities in Nebraska. An inland port authority can be established …

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