November 28, 2021
  • November 28, 2021

Articles Posted by Joseph Bennett

The economy suffers the deepest contraction in living memory – The Royal Gazette

by on November 26, 2021 0

Updated: November 26, 2021 at 7:32 PM Hammered Tourism: Horseshoe Bay Beach (Photograph by Akil Simmons) The economy suffered the biggest contraction in living memory last year, according to the latest statistics revealed tonight. Bermuda’s Gross Domestic Product Report 2020 said the economy had contracted 6.9% in real terms as the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown […]

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Attorney General warns of holiday shopping scams

by on November 26, 2021 0

The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office has warned residents about scams and fraudulent businesses during the holiday season. “Pennsylvanians need to be vigilant of con artists this holiday season,” said Attorney General Josh Shapiro. Here are the things to watch for this holiday season: The bait and the switch: Unscrupulous retailers may advertise products at low […]

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Recent polls show light at the end of the tunnel for Venezuela

by on November 25, 2021 0

In the regional and municipal elections held in Venezuela on November 21, President Nicolas Maduro’s socialist coalition won 20 of 23 governor positions and around 200 of 335 mayor positions. The opposition won three governorships, including that of the oil-rich state of Zulia. In the municipal elections, the opposition won around 100 mayoral positions. The […]

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The pigs are fed; Pigs get slaughtered

by on November 24, 2021 0

Pigs at the trough getty A tax planning saying goes, “Pigs are fed; the pigs are slaughtered. By offering “questionable tax break” to business customers, AmEx taught itself a lesson they should have known already. The tax alchemy of AmEx AmEx wanted to increase commission fees for business customers. So, he suggested private business owners […]

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Waste for health: SOSO Care uses an unconventional approach to provide health insurance in Nigeria

by on November 21, 2021 0

With around 8 million tonnes of plastic released into the environment each year, plastic pollution; due to the fact that it is non-degradable, is able to affect lands, rivers and oceans, consequently causing the death of sea and land creatures, causing danger to the soil, emitting toxic gases when it is exposed or heated and […]

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