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CDC should reconsider its hard line against cruises

The Galveston Daily News 10 Apr 2021
The quickest fix for this problem might be for cruise lines to require proof of vaccination from adult passengers, which some lines already are doing aboard vessels departing from Caribbean ports. Vaccination requirements have support among cruise-line customers, according to a survey by the website Cruise Critic.
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'My profit has been wiped out by a £250,000 cost': EU's new export rules leave ...

The Daily Mail 10 Apr 2021
Port problems and... Share ... A Make UK survey of 210 manufacturers found 74 per cent had encountered delays at ports this year, with over half facing increased costs and a third losing revenue ... A Make UK survey of 210 manufacturers found 74% had encountered delays at ports this year, with over half facing increased costs and a third losing revenue ... .
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Shoppers Are About to Realize Just How Messed Up Shipping Has Become

Wall Street Journal 09 Apr 2021
Port congestion and snarled shipping since last year means store racks could have less selection or even—gasp!—last year’s fashions ... In a National Retail Federation survey conducted in March before the Suez Canal blockage, 98% of surveyed retailers said they had been impacted by port or other shipping-related delays.
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More Canadian firms leave RDP exposed than other countries, report suggests

Canada Dot Com 09 Apr 2021
... per cent of them left Windows’ Remote Desktop Protocol (port 3389) unprotected, the highest among 10 countries surveyed.
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More Than 65% of all Ships Operating With Systems Containing Asbestos

The Maritime Executive 07 Apr 2021
According to maritime testing facility Maritec, which carried out asbestos surveys for IMO compliance ... “Although newbuild ships are delivered with an asbestos free declaration, in many cases asbestos has been found onboard during subsequent surveys, or port state inspections.
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Reports of Covid treatment costs have changed India’s attitude towards health insurance: Survey

TeluguStop 07 Apr 2021
Highlighting yet another prominent trend, the survey depicted that the share of policyholders porting their existing health policies with lower sum insured, i.e., 5 - 10 lakh to plans with higher sum insured (more than 25 lakh) has increased by a significant margin ....
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World Health Day: Average sum insured doubled to ₹2.2 mn in pandemic year

Live Mint 07 Apr 2021
On the claims filed during the year, the survey found that in April 2020, of the total claims reported, only 4% were related to covid-19 ... The survey also showed that there was a 150% jump in requests from policyholders to port their existing health insurance plans to the higher sum insured (more than ₹25 lakh) from lower covers ( ₹5-10 lakh).
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Tesla's First Quarter Deliveries Beat Expectations on Strong China Reception

Caixin Online 03 Apr 2021
Chief Financial Officer Zachary Kirkhorn warned in January that production would be low due to the transition to the revamped products, while the global semiconductor shortage and delays at ports were also expected to weigh on the quarter. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had ...
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Is it time for MENA’s car retail industry to shift online?

Arab News 02 Apr 2021
DUBAI ... Global car sales were expected to shrink by 9.4 percent by the end of 2020 ... (AFP/File Photo) ... Saudi women tour a car showroom for women on January 11, 2018, in the Saudi Red Sea port city of Jeddah ... A study by YallaMotor surveyed 1,200 respondents from the GCC countries about their car buying preferences after the COVID-19 pandemic ... ....
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Britain's manufacturing sector enjoyed its strongest monthly growth for over a decade in March - ...

The Daily Mail 01 Apr 2021
On the up. Growth in Britain's manufacturing sector has been rising, IHS Markit said ... It added. 'Vendor lead times lengthened to the second-greatest extent in survey history due to coronavirus disease 2019 restrictions, low stocks at suppliers, port disruption, shipping delays, post-Brexit issues and raw material shortages.' RELATED ARTICLES ... Share ... .
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OceanGate Expeditions Selects Canadian-Owned Horizon Arctic for Inaugural Titanic Survey Expedition

Sunnyside Daily Sun 31 Mar 2021
"We are excited to be providing the Horizon Arctic for the inaugural Titanic Survey Expedition, conducting this operation from our home port in St ... Aspiring Mission Specialists interested in supporting the Titanic Survey Expedition should contact OceanGate Expeditions regarding availability, requirements, and qualifications.
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North West Business Briefs: Peel Ports; Brabners; BrightHR; PAM Life; Daish’s Holidays

The Business Desk 30 Mar 2021
Peel Ports is the first port group in the UK to take delivery of an autonomous unmanned survey vessel, which completed its first successful trial at Crosby Marine Lake, North Liverpool recently ... The trial also provided assurance to Peel Ports that the quality of the data is equal to that of previous surveys conducted by manned vessels.
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This Island Nation Had Zero COVID Cases for Months. Now It's Overwhelmed.

Yahoo Daily News 26 Mar 2021
... in Port Moresby, a city of 380,000 people that has been hit hardest ... “Even for the educated health worker, it’s causing a lot of doubt,” said Nou, the Port Moresby-based physician, who has conducted a survey of health care workers’ views about the pandemic.
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Ghana’s economy is on a rebound – Addison

Ghana Web 23 Mar 2021
The key drivers of economic activity during the period were construction, imports, industrial consumption of electricity, domestic Value Added Tax (VAT), passenger arrivals at the airport, and port activity. “Results from the Bank’s latest confidence surveys conducted in February 2021 showed some softening of both consumer and business sentiments ... .
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Ghana’s economy is on a rebound – Dr. Ernest Addison

Ghana Web 23 Mar 2021
The key drivers of economic activity during the period were construction, imports, industrial consumption of electricity, domestic Value Added Tax (VAT), passenger arrivals at the airport, and port activity. “Results from the Bank’s latest confidence surveys conducted in February 2021 showed some softening of both consumer and business sentiments ... .
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