Vietnam Airlines to invest nearly VND10 trillion in services at Long Thanh airport The Saigon Times Vietnam Airlines aircraft are parked at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCMC. Vietnam Airlines plans to invest nearly VND10 trillion in services at the Long Thanh International Airport – PHOTO: LE ANH HCMC - Vietnam Airlines has plans to invest VND9.9 trillion to become a ground services provider for aviation fuel, in-flight meals, duty-free sales and ground technical, cargo terminal, aviation logistics and waiting lounge services at the Long Thanh International Airport project, which is under construction in the southern province of Dong Nai. In its development strategy for 2021-2030, Vietnam Airlines and its subsidiaries will set aside resources to get involved in projects to develop and exploit infrastructure at the airport, providing services for itself and other carriers, the local media reported. Of the required investment, 30% will be sourced from … [Read more...] about Vietnam Airlines to invest nearly VND10 trillion in services at Long Thanh airport
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A faltering economy may have led to a re-think on economic strategy. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi addresses the IIT Kharagpur convocation, February 23, 2021. Photograph: Press Information Bureau Narendra Modi's approach to economic issues has changed, the dividing marker being the 2019 re-election with an improved majority 21 months ago. Having also gained control of the Rajya Sabha, he has become progressively more ambitious about pushing through long-delayed economic reforms, confident enough to change direction if needed, and willing to challenge the conventional wisdom. His government's bold announcement of a sweeping privatisation policy (sell or close all non-strategic government companies) follows the replacing of restrictive labour laws and the opening up of agricultural marketing. Touchy subjects, all of them. In the process he has trodden on what states consider their turf. Where once he retreated in the face of Rahul Gandhi's … [Read more...] about Is Modi stepping onto a minefield?
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – While much has slowed during the pandemic robocalls have not. If anything, they’ve increased. READ MORE: Driver Entrapped In Dump Truck Rollover Crash In Collier Township The Federal Trade Commission says leading the way is the “extend your car warranty call.” “If you receive a phone call stating that your car warranty is about to expire, if you’re being offered any type of extended warranty, the Better Business Bureau is really urging people to use caution,” said Caitlin Driscoll of the Better Business Bureau. Driscoll says while some of the calls are pure scams. “These car warranties scams, often attempt to trick people into buying unnecessary or sometimes even nonexistent vehicle service contracts,” she explained. “If you pick up the phone and you get a recorded sales pitch. Hang up the phone because the call is illegal.” And you are told to report the number and content to the PA Attorney General’s office and or the Federal Trade Commission. … [Read more...] about ‘We’ve Been Trying To Reach You:’ Robocalls Soar During Pandemic, How To Avoid Them
Kindly Share This Story: …As FEC okays N5.9bn for FCT projects By Johnbosco Agbakwuru THE federal government said yesterday the country’s recent exit from recession was a direct result of its fiscal policies. Government insisted that sustained implementation of good fiscal monetary policies as well as economic sustainability plan by President Muhammadu Buhari led to the country’s exit from the recession which is the shortest exit so far. Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, who briefed State House correspondents, along side Ministers of Information and Culture, Lai Mohamed, and FCT, Mohammed Bello, at the end of the Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting, presided over by President Buhari, said the quick exit showed that government’s economic diversification efforts were yielding positive outcomes. The minister explained that the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo-led Economic Sustainability Plan,ESP, approved by council last June, was being … [Read more...] about Exit from recession, result of our fiscal policies — FG
Members of a House subcommittee Wednesday debated the merits of legislation that would establish a federal commission to explore reparations for Black Americans, marking the first time the panel has held a hearing on the topic since 2019. The House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a virtual hearing to discuss a bill first introduced by the late Rep. John Conyers John James Conyers House subcommittee debates reparations bill for Black Americans House subpanel to hold hearing on reparations for Black Americans Bottom line MORE (D-Mich.) in 1989. The legislation has never received a floor vote. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Sheila Jackson Lee House Judiciary split on how to address domestic extremism The Hill's Morning Report - Democrats ready mammoth relief bill for 10-day sprint House subcommittee debates reparations bill for Black Americans MORE (D-Texas) reintroduced the measure, H.R. 40, in … [Read more...] about House subcommittee debates reparations bill for Black Americans