October 12, 2021
  • October 12, 2021

Clarion Partners Real Estate Income Fund Inc. (CPREIF) completes three strategic acquisitions

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SAN MATEO, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Clarion Partners Real Estate Income Fund Inc. (CPREIF) has strategically expanded its real estate portfolio with three diversification acquisitions: a multi-family property in Charlotte, North Carolina; an industrial property in North Las Vegas, NV; and a mixed-use property in a high traffic area of ​​downtown Austin, Texas....

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Economists recommend additional support for MSMEs

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Economists recommend additional support for MSMEs New Delhi, October 7 (KNN) According to key economists who worked on the FICCI Economic Outlook Survey, they felt that continued support remains particularly critical for MSMEs and the informal sector. Changing MSME classification standards for NPAs, reducing cash margins, changing personal collateral requirements will go a long...

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The new order of commerce

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October 9, 2021 THIS DIARY was founded in 1843 to campaign for the repeal of British protectionist corn laws (which was carried out three years later). The argument for free trade was that tariffs enrich the rich at the expense of the poor, and that discrimination against foreigners leads to mimic retaliation, making it...

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The Biden administration wants the IRS to take a closer look at people’s bank accounts – will it catch tax cheats or invade privacy?

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In the ongoing debate over tax hikes for the rich and multibillion-dollar government spending on the social safety net, a much smaller dollar amount is getting a lot of attention. A proposal from the Biden administration calls for monitoring of people’s accounts by the Internal Revenue Service to start at $ 600. Specifically, the...

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Machine Tool Manufacturers Consider Boost to CPTPP

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LOOKING FOR OPPORTUNITIES: Industry’s strong recovery from COVID-19 crisis came despite Asian competitors having the advantage of duty-free trade, trade group leader said By Angelica Oung / Journalist Taiwan’s machine tool exports expected to benefit from a “transformational boost” if Taiwan adheres to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), the Association...

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Pirate’s Memory | County 17

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Respond as soon as possible for complaints: A citizen of Sheridan reported an email with the subject line “GIFT” from Navarro Sandrine to [email protected] The only words in the phishing email were “Don. Respond as soon as possible to complaints. CyberWyoming Note: These are meant to pique your interest and get you to respond...

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Inflation, insecurity and major forex issues OPS wants FG to tackle FG – Business – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

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As the country commemorates a new year of independence, members of the organized private sector of the Nigerian economy have urged the federal government to address lingering macroeconomic issues to ensure that the private sector, especially manufacturers, contribute in a meaningful way. significant to the economy. According to PAHO, the quality of the business...

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Offshore financing for beginners – WSJ

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Photo: Getty Images / iStockphoto First there were the Panama papers, then the Paradise papers, now the Pandora papers. Launched Sunday by several news outlets, the latest avalanche of private financial records mysteriously “obtained” by the nonprofit International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and its Australia-based leader Gerard Ryle. A participant, The Washington Post, explained...

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As Congress discusses how much to spend on climate change, experts warn doing nothing will cost more

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With Congress deadlocked on passing the climate change legislation contained in President Biden’s $ 3.5 trillion 10-year infrastructure plan, experts warn the cost of doing nothing will be many higher. In a 2019 report, the federal government estimated that the United States could lose 10.5% of its gross domestic product (GDP), or total economic...

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