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Venezuela gasoline production nears 160,000 bpd, sources say

The Puerto La Cruz Oil Refinery is seen in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela on July 18, 2018. REUTERS / Alexandra Ulmer / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register CARACAS, Jan. 10 (Reuters) – Venezuela has increased gasoline production after long fuel shortages due to …

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Uptown Florist Westerville Strives to Cultivate Happiness

Editor’s Note: This is the ninth in a series on iconic Westerville businesses featured monthly. The goal of the owners of Westerville Florist, an Uptown staple at 14 S. State St. since 1958, is evergreen. “Our goal is to cultivate happiness in everything we do, whether it’s flowers or giving,” …

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Ram pickup beats Silverado as Stellantis US sales drop 2% in 2021

The Ram pickup topped sales of the Chevrolet Silverado in 2021 for the second time, despite parent company Stellantis NV’s sales declining 2% for the year from 2020. Ram sold 569,388 pickup trucks, up 1%, in 2021. Chevrolet sold 529,765 Silverado trucks, down almost 11%. General Motors Co., however, has …

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Egypt plans $ 7 billion IPO of power plants built with Siemens

LONDON: Greta Thunberg’s bitter sacking of world leaders for their promises to fight global warming as ‘blah, blah, blah’ was not what it turned out, too far off target in 2021. Despite serious commitments from Washington to Beijing to reduce fossil fuel consumption and reduce global heating emissions, demand for …

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Risks and opportunities for the agricultural sector in 2022

Overall, 2021 has been a fairly good year for the agriculture industry. Agricultural commodity prices and net farm income are well above pre-pandemic levels and landowners benefit from the higher land values. Compared to 2020, farmers get much more of their income from the sale of agricultural and livestock products, …

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During Reliance Family Day, Ambani talks about “leadership transition” in the company

Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani spoke on Tuesday of the leadership transition in his energy-to-retail conglomerate, saying he wanted the process to be speeded up with seniors, including himself, ceding to the younger generation. Ambani, 64, who has never spoken of succession plans at the country’s most valuable company, said Reliance …

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Virginia’s fledgling marijuana industry took root in Richmond and expanded in 2021

A Green Leaf Medical employee tends to marijuana plants at the company’s growing and processing facility in Richmond. (BizSense File Photos) At the end of what was already a pivotal year for marijuana in Virginia, a recent move by state lawmakers could be seen as an early Christmas present for …

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Some Carytown businesses report ‘great’ Christmas season

RICHMOND, Virginia – Chet Bland and Eugene Henry were among the few retail workers still showing up as the sun sets over Carytown in Richmond on Friday night. “Christmas Eve from start to finish has been great so far,” said Bland. “We are devastated. It’s been super busy. Bland’s dad …

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North Bay nurse explains why she quit her profession

As many frontline healthcare professionals face burnout from COVID-19, a former nurse in North Bay shares why she quit her job. Katelyn Boulet is a six year old RN from Northern Ontario who quit her dream job in critical care and now works in retail. THE BREAKING POINT “It was …

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Maine Voices: Windfall for Solar Developers Will Push Maine’s Electricity Rates Up Again

In its rush to tackle climate change, the Maine legislature has given a multi-million dollar windfall to developers of solar farms that threatens to increase electricity rates by up to 20%. It is not too late to amend this legislation before all these solar farms are built. This impending rate …

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Siouxland man uses Christmas season to grow thousands of poinsettias

CHEROKEE, Iowa (KCAU) – John Beier of The flowered house in Cherokee, Iowa, worked with a flower associated with winter and Christmas. “When you see the poinsettia around it, you say it’s Christmas,” Beier said. The flowers are unique, blooming in low light. “When the nights are longer than the …

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10 new trendy restaurants in the Twin Cities to discover in 2022

Even in the face of the challenges of the pandemic, the Twin Cities food scene continues to stand out. The big picture: The restaurant industry has been hit by restaurant restrictions, rising food prices, labor shortages and supply chain disruptions over the past two years. Why is this important: A …

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California proposes to reduce incentives for solar power on rooftops

SACRAMENTO, Calif .– California regulators on Monday proposed to reduce the discounts people who install home solar panels and storage systems get on their energy bills, which means it will take longer – a decade – to recover installation costs. California’s successful 26-year program to get more people to install …

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5 tips for wrapping gifts

The Laundry Guy is best known for his tips for keeping clothes clean. But on his HGTV show, Patric Richardson is also known for giving advice on being a better host and guest, and for adding a layer of Southern cuteness and charm to just about anything he does. His …

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Falling cement prices – the Hindu

Last week, a drop of 40 to 50 yen per 50 kg bag of cement was recorded in all brands in the retail market due to weaker demand. While dealers themselves were unsure of why demand had fallen, cement factories expressed concern that cost pressure was on them due to …

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TTB Proposes Favorable Changes to Permit Application and Reporting Requirements for Certain Industry Members | Man’s pepper with trout

On December 3, the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Commerce (TTB) issued a regulatory proposal aimed at modernizing and streamlining the permit application and reporting requirements for distilled spirits plants (DSPs), wineries, importers, wholesalers, liquor dealers and other licensees. The changes proposed by the TTB are good for …

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Commentary: Reform the cannabis tax now

By partnering with another local trade association of the Sonoma County cannabis industry, whose legalization under Proposition 64 was approved by 59% of the county’s voters in 2016, the Cannabis Business Association of Sonoma County (CBASC) – which represents cannabis and hemp companies affecting plants – and Sonoma Valley Cannabis …

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Cuyamaca College presents its new ornamental horticultural complex

RANCHO SAN DIEGO – Cuyamaca College’s ornamental horticulture program now includes improvements in buildings and classrooms worthy of the study of applied natural sciences, with a focus on growing and caring for plants. Last week, Rancho San Diego School officially announced the completion and opening of its expanded ornamental horticulture …

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Taiwanese chip packaging company ASE sells 4 factories in China to Beijing PE, Auto News, ET Auto

The company and its peers complete the final stages of manufacturing the chips once they leave factories and before they hit the market. Taiwanese chip testing and packaging company ASE Technology Holding Co Ltd said on Wednesday evening it had sold four facilities in China to Beijing-based private equity firm …

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Supply chain issues cause small retailers to gamble on hoarding

Megan Searfoss racked up sneakers in Connecticut. Ms Searfoss, owner of two running stores in Darien and Ridgefield, Connecticut, would normally have around 3,000 pairs of shoes in stock before the holiday season. But as she watched supply chain problems in Vietnam mount this summer and into the fall, she …

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India’s fertilizer black market is booming as prices skyrocket

Indian farmers pressed by a massive shortage of fertilizers are turning to the black market and paying exorbitant prices for their supplies. The shortfall has led to a thriving market where nutrients from subsidized crops are sold illegally at prices well above government-set levels. Shady agents have been busy responding …

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Local plants, vintage bricks and mortar a perfect balm

What started out as a nerdy ?? The teenage hobby snowballed into a booming business and new storefront in Winnipeg’s Stock Exchange District. While other children played sports after school, Natassia Bezoplenko-Brazeau was drawn to making soap. She had read books on the subject and had started experimenting in her …

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Strike looms at one of Canada’s largest beef processing plants as Cargill workers vote against offer

The union representing workers at the Cargill meat-packing plant near High River, Alta., Said employees rejected the company’s contract offer after two days of voting – over concerns over health and safety related to COVID-19. The prospect of a strike starting on December 6 has given prairie ranchers a chance …

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Best Chicago Businesses to Support for Small Businesses Saturday 2021

Shopping in small businesses often means that you are reinvesting your money directly in your community. Supporting the locals who had a dream and a few dollars, who could be your neighbors, friends and family, is always a great way to go. Local entrepreneurs who go all out in their …

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LSU Garden News: Amaryllis and Paperwhites Bulbs May Be Forced to Flower | Home & Garden

Can you trick a flower into blooming early? Yes. Spring flowering bulbs can be encouraged to break dormancy by manipulating their environment, prompting them to share their beauty before they are naturally ready. Nowadays, you can buy bulbs that are already forced, but gardeners who like a challenge will want …

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No more COVID testing requirement for returning Canadians

The Canadian government has ended its controversial but costly – $ 300 and more – requirement for a negative COVID-19 test for those returning home after a trip abroad of less than 72 hours. Even though vaccinated Canadians can once again cross the Canada-U.S. Land border for non-essential travel, they …

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Sherman opts for cannabis program | News, Sports, Jobs

Colleen Meeder SHERMAN – Following a public forum in October and previous discussions at Sherman Village Board of Directors meetings, Mayor Colleen Meeder presented a summary of her notes on cannabis retail sales and consumption on site at the village board meeting on November 3. Meeder began by reminding administrators …

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Bequest of $ 2 million for the benefit of plant science students

The late Professor Raymond T. Fox ’47, MS ’52, Ph.D. ’56, renowned for his flower shows at Cornell events, has dedicated more than 50 years to teaching and raising awareness about floriculture. From now on, a bequest of approximately $ 2 million from his estate will enrich the educational experiences …

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Citrus World home sales ‘defied logic’ with an 8% increase last year

LAKELAND – Citrus World has announced that its juice sales to retailers are higher than last year, according to a press release from the producers’ cooperative. COO Chris Groom reviewed the sales performance over the past year at Citrus World in Lake Wales last week at the company’s shareholders meeting. …

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A good flourishing lock tale

It’s around this time of year that Lynda Hallinan walks into her country garden and marvels at her roses starting to bud, apple trees in bloom, and daffodils starting to bloom. Normally, the gardening writer and author is also about to start what is one of her most exciting times …

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Soaring oil prices in China deepen energy crisis

China’s efforts to ease the energy crisis by stabilizing volatile coal prices have been complicated by soaring wholesale gasoline and diesel prices, forcing gas stations to ration fuel. The energy crisis has intensified pressure on Beijing ahead of this weekend’s COP26 climate summit in Glasgow. China’s Economic Planning Agency said …

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A Burger King in Spain goes totally meatless

Fast food chain Burger King just turned a place in Spain into a meatless paradise for a full month. Madrid’s outpost on popular Paseo el Prado street now serves only vegetarian dishes made in partnership with The Vegetarian Butcher, a Dutch brand acquired by Unilever in 2018. The menu consists …

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askST: Why are electricity retailers closing and what are my options if my retailer goes down ?, Environmental news and featured articles

SINGAPORE – Within about a week, three electricity retailers announced their exit from Singapore’s open electricity market. On Tuesday, October 19, the Energy Market Authority (EMA), which regulates Singapore’s energy supply, announced measures to protect the country’s electricity supply. How are these developments linked and what does this mean for …

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Sign maker opens smokable hemp store in Manchester

Anthony Mijares, owner of Old Manchester Hemp Co., with the hemp plants in the company’s indoor grow facility. (Photos of Jack Jacobs) A hemp cultivation and retailing operation has been established south of the river. Old Manchester Hemp Co. was launched earlier this year at 1308 Hull Street, where it …

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El Salvador explores bitcoin mining fueled by volcanoes

BERLIN, El Salvador (AP) – At a geothermal power plant near the Tecapa volcano in El Salvador, 300 computers roar inside a trailer as they perform complex mathematical calculations day and night to verify transactions for the bitcoin of cryptocurrency. The pilot project inspired a wave of volcanic emojis from …

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Subsidiary of FirstEnergy inappropriately approved by PUCO

Ohio utility regulators should not have approved an Akron-based subsidiary of FirstEnergy to help consumers buy electricity, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday. In April 2020, the Ohio Utilities Commission headed by President Sam Randazzo approved FirstEnergy Advisors as a “competitive retail electric service provider” – essentially an energy broker …

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ASX drops 1.5%, energy stocks soar

Energy stocks held up to the weakness in the Australian stock market on Tuesday, as oil and gas producers continue to benefit from a recovery in oil prices caused by supply shortages. The benchmark S & P / ASX 200 lost ground throughout Tuesday, with trading falling in the afternoon …

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Politics This Week | The Economist

Sep 25, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. France reacted with fury to American, Australian and British training plans a new defense pact in the Pacific. France was not invited to join. Australia is …

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Mother Raw Expands Herbal Line With Dips

As Mother Raw nears our third anniversary as a darling salad dressing in the plant-based organic food space, it was only natural for us to focus on creating dairy-free dips and quesos that are creamy, irresistible, and delicious. made with familiar ingredients, ”said Mother Raw, CEO Kristi knowles, who is …

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