Hungarian energy group MOL has transferred the transit fee for use of the Ukrainian section of the pipeline
Now is the time for a dedicated and honest public awareness campaign about the benefits of LPG
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The party has decided there should not be a cooling-off period as provided for in the Electoral Amendment Bill
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Mike Brown believes it is possible to avoid being greylisted, but much of the work is out of the Treasury’s hands
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The announcement ends ambiguity on the status of the exercises three days after navigational alerts expired
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Economist Robert Solow, who is close to notching up a century on earth, once drew an analogy from sailing that bears an important lesson for those who manage the economy.
“Apart from the activity itself, the main thing I like about sailing is that it teaches you that the water and the wind out there don’t give a damn about you. They’re doing whatever the laws of physics tell them to do and your problem is to adjust as best you can,” Solow said in a 2002 interview with the Minneapolis branch of the Federal Reserve Bank...
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