Indonesia successfully tests bioavtur powered flights

The success will be a milestone in the effort to increase bioavtur’s contribution to air transport Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia has successfully carried out test flights on the Bandung-Jakarta route using bioavtur, a jet fuel derived in part from palm oil, said the Minister of Energy and Arifin Tasrif Mineral …

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Bitcoin and money laundering | Oberheiden PC

introduction Bitcoin was and continues to be both an innovation for companies looking to streamline their operations with blockchain technology as well as a challenge for federal agencies pursuing uniform regulation of cryptocurrencies. At the same time, cybercriminals have capitalized on Bitcoin to help them carry out elaborate money laundering …

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Experts deplore the rising cost of debt service

… let’s say that the crowding out effect harms the economy With around 2.02 trillion naira committed by the federal government to service the debt in six months (January to June) of which 612.712 billion naira went to service the domestic debt between January and March, financial experts and economists …

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Biden plans punitive tariffs with exceptions

In the trade war with China, the US administration of President Joe Biden wants to maintain the punitive tariffs imposed on Beijing, but allow more exemptions in favor of the US economy. Senior officials in the Biden administration have announced that a process will be relaunched in which U.S. companies …

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What are the new travel rules from October 4?

It’s farewell, farewell, sayonara to the traffic light system for Brits who wish to travel abroad. From October 4, the red-amber-green division is replaced by a division that looks more like “stop-go”. With the removal of one of the mandatory Covid-19 tests for most travelers – and a more generous …

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