Trump’s USDA overpaid corn farmers by $ 3 billion

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – The Trump administration overpaid corn farmers about $ 3 billion in federal aid in 2019, and farmers in the South were paid more for the same crops than those in the rest of the country, discovered a federal monitoring agency. The Government Accountability Office said …

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Turkey’s path to EU membership to strengthen itself

(MENAFN) On the basis of the Ankara foreign minister responsible for relations with the European Union, the Turkish state’s path towards membership in the bloc should be strengthened. According to Deputy Foreign Minister Faruk Kaymakci’s interview with Brussels-based Diplomatic World magazine published on Monday, “Turkey’s prospect of EU membership must …

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Liz Truss faces choice of Brexit compromise or trade war, EU diplomats warn

Liz Truss, Britain’s new Brexit negotiator, will face exactly the same dilemma as her predecessor, Lord David Frost: compromise with Brussels or risk a trade war, diplomats in Brussels have said. Several welcomed Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to hand his Foreign Secretary in on the role in the hopes …

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GT Voice: UK needs FTA with China as the backbone of its own economic recovery

Photo: Xinhua While it is laudable that the UK has made progress in expanding its “circle of friends” for economic and trade cooperation, the potential trade benefits are limited compared to its need to boost a national economy that has been. severely affected by both Brexit and the pandemic. . …

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Brexit LIVE: “Disillusioned” Frost left No10 cabinet as “Covid B plan” was the last straw | Politics | News

Boris Johnson’s trade deal with Australia is “trivial” – and the prime minister should focus on solving problems closer to home, a British scholar said. Professor Alex de Ruyter, director of the Center for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University, was speaking after Britain signed the deal last week, which …

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₹ 3 cr. Seizure of red sander logs, 18 traffickers arrested

In a major operation, police from Puttur Subdivision on Saturday caught up to 18 red sanders, including 15 from Tamil Nadu, and seized three tons of logs, worth around 3 crore on the international market, in hiding places in the forest. – the fringe mounds between the mandals of Narayanavanam …

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Kenya Railways announces new freight rates

Kenya Railways Corporation has announced new tariffs as it seeks seamless connectivity from freight transfer to Naivasha inland container depot, from Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) to Old Meter Gauge Railway (MGR) ). The company has announced plans to offer end-to-end rail delivery to the Ugandan ports of Jinja and Port …

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IMF says North Macedonia’s GDP growth in 2021 is 4%, calls for progress in reforms

SKOPJE (North Macedonia), Dec. 17 (SeeNews) – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday said it had confirmed its forecast for North Macedonia’s economic growth in 2021 to be 4% and advised the government to focus on l ‘Mitigating the economic impact of the pandemic and advancing long-standing reform priorities. …

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China lifts ban on Brazilian beef, but UK and EU retailers to stop shopping due to deforestation – MercoPress

China lifts ban on Brazilian beef, but UK and EU retailers to stop shopping due to deforestation Friday, December 17, 2021 – 09:32 UTC Orlando Ribeiro of the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture said the recovery is “total” and “without additional conditions” Good and bad news for Brazil’s beef exports. China …

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Crown asks 12-15 months for hostel operator in human trafficking case

Breadcrumb Links News Local news criminality Robert Boule, who has owned and operated the Smuggler’s Inn on the Canada-U.S. Border for almost 20 years, pleaded guilty to the offenses. Author of the article: Keith Fraser Owner Bob Boule of the Smuggler’s Inn, a bed and breakfast located in Blaine, Wash. …

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