VANCOUVER, B.C. – The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is calling on B.C. politicians to lower the price of gas.The Federation has launched a petition in an effort to get politicians to reduce taxes at the gas pumps.According to the Federation, the price of gas has risen dramatically with some areas seeing prices of up to $1.78 per litre. B.C. Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, Kris Sims, says British Columbians should not be punished at the pumps and that Premier John Horgan should eliminate or reduce certain taxes, such as the carbon tax.Sims adds that if Horgan won’t fix the problem, it should be part of Andrew Wilkinson’s promise if he becomes premier.“British Columbians are being punished at the pumps for driving to work, dropping their kids off at school and picking up groceries – and politicians are the big culprits. Our petition calls on Premier John Horgan to cancel the B.C. carbon tax, reduce the TransLink Tax and support pipelines so we get tax relief and an increased fuel supply – and if he won’t do it, then Andrew Wilkinson should promise to do it if he becomes premier.”Currently, the B.C. carbon tax is 9.8 cents per litre with GST, and the TransLink Tax is set to jump up to 18.5 cents per litre soon.The petition to lower taxes and increase gasoline supply for B.C. can be found on the Taxpayer Federation’s website.
A senior Bank of Canada official says the Canadian economy has shaken off the weakness seen at the start of the year, but escalating trade conflicts and the related uncertainty are taking a toll.In a speech in Halifax, deputy governor Lawrence Schembri says the Canadian economy has rebounded from its earlier soft patch, but the economic data shows some areas of concern.He says the Canadian economy is operating close to full potential with low unemployment and inflation right on the central bank’s target.However, Schembri says overall consumer spending in Canada has been soft and business investment has dropped off.The Bank of Canada kept its key interest rate target on hold on Wednesday, but said it is keeping a watchful eye on the global economy.Many economists have predicted the Canadian central bank will cut rates later this year. The Canadian Press
Worsening economic conditions have increased the challenge of achieving the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), ranging from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS to providing universal primary education, all by 2015, Ms. Fréchette told the Council of Ministers of the joint African, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP) and the European Union (EU) in Brussels.“Let us be clear,” she warned. “The MDGs can be achieved only if efforts in developing countries are supported by those with the means to provide the ODA [Overseas Development Assistance], debt relief, market access and stimulation of foreign direct investment that are needed.”She said the UN was mounting a four-pronged strategy to support the Goals. The first was to develop the tools to monitor progress at the global, regional and country level. Second was the launching of the Millennium Project, to identify the best strategies and practices for achieving the goals, and the Millennium Campaign.The third prong was to build popular and political support for the MDGs. Finally, she said the UN would concentrate efforts to provide concrete, coordinated assistance to partner countries.“Achieving the Millennium Goals would transform the life of millions of people,” she concluded. “If we can build truly effective support at the country level, and sustained political commitment at the global level, we have a good chance of achieving them.”Earlier today Ms. Fréchette met with Chris Patten, the European Commission’s External Relations Commissioner. She is due to return to New York tomorrow.
EVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie casts its eye over events inside and outside Leinster House that have got people talking.As the saying goes: ‘You win some, you lose some.’So here are our political winners and losers from the past seven days:The 5 winners of the week are…1. Joan BurtonCongratulations to the new Labour leader and Tánaiste elect who saw off competition from Alex White to win the race to replace Eamon Gilmore. But as we wrote yesterday, the hard work starts now.2. Ruairí QuinnThe Education Minister may have demonstrated petulance in jumping before he was pushed but this was a politically savvy move on his part. As a result, Quinn has avoided the inevitable brouhaha that would have happened next week —- when he was likely going to be sacked.3. Dara Calleary Fair play to the Fianna Fáil TD and Liverpool fan Dara Calleary for crowbarring in a reference to the Luis Suarez biting controversy in the Dáil this week. We enjoyed Pat Rabbitte’s response as well: Source: Hugh O’Connell/YouTube4. Brendan HowlinThe Public Expenditure and Reform Minister has seen sense and decided to remove the €15 up front fee for Freedom of Information requests which has long been the bugbear of journalists and transparency advocates. There was cautious welcome for Howlin’s move with many waiting to see the wording of the legislation, given previous issues around the wording of the FOI Bill.5. Alan Kelly Completing a Labour-dominated list this week is the junior transport minister and new Labour deputy leader, whose election follows a pretty smart campaign. He said nice, soothing things at the hustings and carried out a media blitz involving events and launches connected with his government portfolio to ensure maximum exposure. Kelly will now be hoping for — and indeed expects — a seat at the Cabinet table. Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland… and the 5 losers of the week are…1. Alex White The junior health minister will be hoping for some salvation in the form of a Cabinet job after he failed to secure the leadership and was beaten quite comprehensively by Burton.White’s campaign never really got going and he made a couple of ill-judged moves including suggesting that Joan Burton was the “last woman standing” from the Rainbow Coalition of the 1990s. It wasn’t a particularly nice thing to say in what was generally a well-mannered race.2. The banking inquiryOnce again the Oireachtas inquiry into the collapse of the Irish banking system finds itself in the spotlight after we reported on a split among members of the committee who have been critical of Fianna Fáil and its senator Marc MacSharry in particular.The briefing against MacSharry continued this week and there is a clear frustration among some members – both opposition and government – with his conduct. But for the senator his aims are simple: “The one thing I want to see is the whole truth based on the facts not a version of the truth based on some of the facts.”3. The DáilThe Dáil can be a frustrating place at the best of times but this week it got slightly farcical during questions to the Taoiseach when first Gerry Adams was restricted in what he could ask and then amazingly Enda Kenny himself was stopped as he was about to give Joe Higgins some information on housing. Source: Hugh O’Connell/YouTubeRules are rules and the Ceann Comhairle has to enforce them but there’s something clearly wrong with those rules.4. All the politicians who released statements about Garth Brooks We wonder how many of them have tickets? But was it really necessary for every Tom, Dick and Harry of the political world to say their tuppence worth on the issue? Fair play to Timmy Dooley for proposing actual legislation to fix the problem, but the rest of them shouldn’t have bothered in our view.5. Unionist partiesAs arduous as it was and as long as it took, the North managed to get where it is today by politicians and interested parties sitting down, talking and eventually ending years of conflict. That the five Unionist parties walked out of talks on the contentious issue of parades this week does little to bolster the prospects of any meaningful progress on all the outstanding issues in the peace process.Like politics? Then ‘Like’ TheJournal.ie’s Politics page?Read: Dear Enda…Here’s Eamon Gilmore’s heartfelt resignation letter to the TaoiseachRead: Our Enda is a bit of a superstar in GermanyPat Rabbitte: ‘I apologise if I bit anyone this morning’
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, November 14, 2016 – Three men will appear in court today for the brutal murder of businessman, Gary Mead. Police say a 44 year old is charged with murder and robbery; a 30 year old is charged with conspiracy to commit robbery and a 24 year old is charged with conspiracy to commit robbery and two counts of keeping a firearm and ammunition.Mead, an American who has long been resident in the TCI, was gunned down outside his Slots of Fun gaming parlour on September 30. The trio faces these charges formally in court today. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Good news, beachgoers: It’s safe to swim again in Miami Beach.The Florida Department of Health on Saturday lifted its swimming advisory for North Beach, near 73rd Street, due to satisfactory microbial water test results.The advisory had been in effect since Wednesday, when the area did not meet quality standards.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Ahead of the 11th national election, the Election Commission will recruit around 2,000 employees in different categories while 75 officials have been recommended for promotion.“The commission will employ around 2,000 people including 517 thana assistant election officers ahead of the national polls,” election commissioner Mahbub Talukder told newsmen at his office at the Nirbachan Bhaban in the city’s Agargaon.He said the EC will be more capable after recruiting the manpower, he added.Besides, a meeting of the EC committee for appointment, promotion, administrative reforms and rearrangement and skill development was held on Wednesday with Mahbub Talukder in the chair.The meeting proposed promotion of 75 EC officials.
Prime minster Sheikh Hasina delivers a keynote speech at the Nikkei Inc’s International Conference titled “The Future of Asia” at a hotel in Japan on Thursday. Photo: PIDBangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday put forward five ideas to make a better Asia and said Bangladesh wants to resolve the Rohingya crisis through dialogues which is a lesson for the world to overcome chaos in a peaceful manner.The prime minster proposed the ideas while delivering a keynote speech at the Nikkei Inc’s International Conference titled “The Future of Asia” at a hotel in Japan.The theme of the conference is “Seeking a New Global order – Overcoming the Chaos.”Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad, Cambodian premier Hun Sen and Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte also joined the conference.While placing the ideas in front of the Asian leaders to make a better Asia, Sheikh Hasina said, “As governments, we have played our part in helping make this possible. Let me share some ideas with you for your reflection.”In the first idea, Sheikh Hasina said today’s world is confronted with challenges and conflicts in many ways.“So, we need to pledge to strengthen the world with greater openness, jointly address global challenges, safeguard fairness and justice and inject new impetus to cooperate using innovative ideas and measures,” she said.The premier, in her second idea, stressed the need for partnership for economic development, saying, “Economies should take innovative practices surpassing alliances. Partnerships need to build on mutual trust and respect, common development and prosperity for a win-win strategy and to the benefit of people.”In her third idea, she also said the Asian countries need to cooperate with each other in the spirit of openness, inclusiveness, equality, sharing benefits and joint contribution.In the fourth idea, Sheikh Hasina said Asia’s future will depend on a sustainable and balanced development, improving international order and establishing win-win international relations.“We have to face development challenges collectively. We may pool together as a group to boost world peace and stability, promote a multi-polar world and protect legitimate rights and interests of developing countries,” she said.Putting emphasis on connectivity, the premier said it is the dynamism of connectivity that forms the cornerstone for peace and prosperity around the world. Infrastructure, free trade and liberal investment give foundation to Asian development, she said.“We have seen unprecedented levels of wealth and opportunity, rising life expectancy, greater access to education, falling infant mortality and reductions in absolute poverty on a scale which would once have been hard to imagine,” she continued.On the Rohingya issue, Sheikh Hasina said despite severe limitations, Bangladesh offered shelter to over 1.1 million forcibly displaced Rohingyas as a responsible nation.“We’re not only responding to a humanitarian call, but we are conscious about not allowing that crisis to escalate into chaos and regional instability,” she said.The premier said Bangladesh has sought dialogue and consensus over discord, even in the face of extreme provocation and crisis. “In that, it is a lesson for other situations of crises in our region and globally to overcome chaos and discord with the power of peace, humanity and development,” she added.Calling upon the Asian leaders to lead the world towards peace, the premier said the power of humanity and positive forces is bound to prevail.“The global community is looking at us, the rising Asia, to innovate, aspire, and lead the world towards continued peace and prosperity,” she said.“And standing here at the advent of Reiwa, the era of Beautiful Harmony, I can only be optimistic about the future. Harmony, peace and friendship will prevail over chaos, disruption and discord,” she continued.In this context, Sheikh Hasina also said, “Our emphasis has always been to promote peace and progress that would directly benefit the people. In a multi-polar world, we would strive to strengthen the UN system and multilateralism for all countries. ”The premier hoped that this Nikkei Forum will suggest how to strengthen the cooperation of Asian countries and how to deal with protectionism within multilateral trading regime,” she said.Mentioning that the future of the world lies in convergence of interests common to humanity, Sheikh Hasina said as a member of the global community, Bangladesh will continue to work with all friends and partners to ensure a stable and sustainable world order for the future generations.“It gives me hope to see that despite many challenges and hardships confronting us globally, we have kept expanding the frontiers of knowledge, opening new horizons to step beyond the realms of mother earth and move towards a true space age,” she continued.She came up with the opinion that the artificial intelligence and other technological marvels are complementing abilities of all manifold to reach greater heights of human civilization.The prime minister said human civilizations have suffered the horrors of war, and the scourges of nature, and yet flourished.“I’m confident that the daunting challenges that confront us now, will ultimately produce positive outcome through strong, rational and responsible leadership and through partnership among nations.”Recalling Japan’s recognition after independence, she said, “Bangladesh shares a special relationship with Japan that goes back to the days of our struggle for independence and Japan’s recognition of Bangladesh as an independent country on 10 February 1972.”In a question-answer session upon completion of her keynote speech, the premier said that Bangladesh will welcome any ideas of investment in any sector proposed by the Japanese.Spelling out various initiatives for the overall development of the country in the last 10 years, the premier said now Bangladesh is recognized as one of the fastest growing economies in the world.“We have had a growth rate averaging 6.6 percent in last one decade, and over 7 per cent during the last three years. An 8.13 per cent GDP growth is projected for this year,” she said.Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh has already attained all criteria to graduate from a least developed country to a developing one, and has a vision to become a middle income country by 2021 and developed one by 2041.“As Bangladesh is now well set on its growth trajectory, I am confident that the economy will achieve double digit growth soon,” she mentioned.Speaking about the implementation of the seventh five year plan 2016-2020 as a long term one to meet targets under Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the premier said, “We are committed to ensuring that every citizen has a share in the benefits of our economic growth. Moreover, extensive social safety-net programmes ensure distribution of wealth.”In this context, she also said that we are aware of the imperative to ensure food security and, therefore, prioritized on modernizing the agriculture sector. As a result, we are now self-sufficient in food production despite the population grew more than double since ourindependence in 1971.“In our small landmass, we produce enough food grain to feed our 162 million people. We are 4th in the world in rice production, and 3rd in fish and vegetable production,” she added.Regarding women empowerment, Sheikh Hasina said women’s empowerment and participation have been a major factor in Bangladesh’s transformative development.“Our women have wide range of opportunities not only to become entrepreneurs but also to break grounds in non-traditional sectors such as defense, diplomacy and politics.”“We have invested heavily in women’s and girls’ education resulting in a remarkable march in women’s advancement in every sector of the society, overcoming age-old customary discriminatory practices. Women make up close to 40 percent of the workforce,” she continued.The premier said that because of that shift as well as policy support by the government, manufacturing sector, particularly readymade garments, leather, pharmaceuticals and ceramics industries, have witnessed significant growth which encouraged entrepreneurs to plan and start new ventures to support expansion of the industrial base of the country.Terming private sector as the main engine of country’s economy, Sheikh Hasina said that the government attaches utmost priority to private entrepreneurship and investments, both domestic and foreign.“To cater to the needs of investors, we are establishing 100 Special Economic Zones throughout the country, including one exclusively for Japanese investors. We have also set up several industrial parks to promote priority sectors such as ICT.”She said that Bangladesh has one of the most liberal foreign investment regimes in South Asia. It includes, among others, legal protection of foreign investment, generous tax policy schemes and concessionary duty on import of machinery, she said.The prime minister said Bangladesh offers 100 percent foreign equity, unrestricted and full repatriation of dividend and capital on exit.“We enjoy preferential access to most of the leading world markets, including EU, Canada, and Japan. All these generate significant incentive for global investors, and we are witnessing growing interest from foreign investors,” she said.
Friday, August 17, 2018Top afternoon stories:Photo via CHI St. Luke’s HealthHouston hospital loses heart transplant Medicaid fundingThe Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has stopped funding a Houston hospital’s renowned heart transplant program amid scrutiny over patient deaths.The Houston Chronicle reports that Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is set to lose the federal funding Friday. The federal health agency announced the decision in June after finding that the hospital hadn’t done enough to correct issues that led to a high rate of patient deaths in recent years.The hospital will no longer be able to bill Medicare and Medicaid for heart transplants.Medical experts say the funding termination will have ramifications beyond the heart transplant program, such as the loss of private insurance companies.St. Luke’s spokeswoman Marilyn Gerry says the hospital is working with the agency on possible options to maintain federal approval. Houston man who attempted to bomb Confederate statue to be sentencedA Houston man who tried to destroy a Confederate statue in Hermann Park last summer faces sentencing Friday in federal court. Andrew C.E. Schneck faces fines and up to 20 years in prison on one count of “attempt to maliciously damage property receiving Federal financialassistance,” according to court documents.On August 19, 2017, a Houston park ranger observed Schneck kneeling among the bushes in front of the statue of Confederate General Dowling Monument. Schneck was allegedly holding two small boxes with various items inside. After placing the boxes on the ground per the ranger’s request, the ranger noticed a timer and wires in the box and notified the Houston Police Department.Field tests concluded the materials in question were most likely nitroglycerin and hexamethylene triperoxide diamine (HMTD). HMTD is a high explosive organic compound. How a storm that completely missed Houston still devastated the cityHouston Public Media’s new podcast “Hurricane Season” explores some of the biggest storms that have impacted the Gulf Coast and its development, policies, and people. On this episode, Hurricane Rita.Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or subscribe via RSS. Share McRaven asks Trump to revoke his security clearanceFormer University of Texas Chancellor, and retired Navy admiral, William McRaven penned a strongly-worded open letter to President Trump, asking that his security clearance be revoked.The letter was published in The Washington Post on Thursday. McRaven oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.In the letter, he praised former CIA Director Brennan and told President Donald Trump that he’d be honored if Trump would revoke his security clearance just like he Brennan’s. McRaven wrote he wants to add his name to the list of men and women who have spoken against Trump’s presidency, saying his actions “have embarrassed us in the eyes of our children, humiliated us on the world stage and, worst of all, divided us as a nation.”McRaven stepped down as UT chancellor in May. He served as commander of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command between 2011 and 2014. CEO of Station Houston on Houston as an ‘innovation hub’ Florian Martin/Houston Public MediaGaby Rowe replaces John Reale as CEO of Station Houston.Startup hub Station Houston has hired Gaby Rowe as its new CEO.Rowe was previously head of The Village School in west Houston and calls herself a “serial entrepreneur.” News 88.7’s Florian Martin spoke with her about her vision for Station Houston and the city’s ongoing effort to improve its startup and tech innovation ecosystem. Houston man arrested in Vietnam speaks publicly for the first time since returning homePhoto: Victoria NguyenWilliam Nguyen, left, with his sister Victoria are seen in this undated family photo.A man from Houston who was recently deported from Vietnam after spending 40 days in prison is speaking publicly for the first time since his return to the U.S. William Nguyen was arrested June 10 for participating in a protest in Ho Chi Minh City.Nguyen had traveled to Vietnam on vacation, shortly before he was to graduate from the National University of Singapore. He was arrested while protesting the Vietnamese government’s plans to establish special economic zones and to enact cybersecurity law aimed cracking down on dissent. Texas unemployment rate for July remains at four percentThe Texas unemployment rate stood at 4 percent for the second consecutive month, just a tick below the national jobless figure of 4.1 percent.The Texas Workforce Commission on Friday said the state unemployment rate for July was unchanged from June.The commission says Texas added about 23,500 seasonally adjusted nonfarm jobs in July, marking 25 consecutive months of employment growth. Officials say Texas for the year has added 377,100 jobs for an annual employment growth rate of 3.1 percent.The Midland area again had the lowest unemployment rate in the state, settling at 2.2 percent. The highest rate was recorded in the McAllen-Edinburg-Mission region with 6.9 percent.Texas’ statewide rate is down from the 4.5 percent recorded in July 2017. Laura Skelding for The Texas TribuneThe Karnes County Residential Center is a detention center for immigrant women and their children in Karnes City, southeast of San Antonio. The facility is run by The GEO Group, Inc.After “disturbance” at immigrant detention center, 16 migrant fathers taken away overnightImmigration officials called it a “situation” and a “disturbance.” Advocates have described it as a “horrifying scene.” Whatever happened on Wednesday afternoon at a South Texas immigration detention center for families led to 16 adult men being taken away to spend the night in a different facility.A conflict broke out Wednesday afternoon between dozens of migrant fathers and the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement guards manning the Karnes County Residential Center, which is currently housing migrant fathers reunited with their children after being separated under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy. They were to be returned on Thursday, an ICE spokeswoman said.According to lawyers for Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services, a Texas nonprofit, armed ICE officers stormed the facility’s hallways and arrested more than a dozen migrant parents who had only recently been reunited with their children. A RAICES attorney said an ICE officer told him guards had to intervene to stop the “disruptive behavior” that had caused “safety concerns.” But advocates characterized it as backlash against migrants who had been speaking out about their conditions.ICE spokeswoman Nina Pruneda said no children were involved in the scuffle, as they were in class, and there were no injuries sustained on either side. Pruneda said about 40 men were involved, but did not give details about the “disturbance.”______________________Top morning stories:Will Democrats engage Texas Latino voters?Houston Public Media/Elizabeth TrovallDemocratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and State Senator Sylvia Garcia (District 6) listen to Latino organizers in Houston’s East End.Whether or not politicians engage Latino voters could play a key role in upcoming midterm elections, especially with issues like immigration at the forefront of national debates. However, some reports suggest failures in Democratic outreach to Latino voters. Making a hobby out of helping stranded motoristsWe meet Walt Brinker, a former Houstonian who has made a hobby out of helping motorists stranded along the roadside — so much so that he wrote a book about it.
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Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more News | January 03, 2011 Medical Imaging Product Price Increases For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. 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Top Stories The vital role family plays in society Comments Share Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family The Putri Ayu boat was traveling from Maluku’s provincial capital, Ambon, to the nearby island of Buru when it capsized after being battered by a 3-meter-high (10-foot-high) wave. Twelve people were rescued Sunday, but Haryanto said rescuers have found nothing since then, despite good weather and extra ships and fishing boats joining the search Tuesday.The overloaded wooden boat was carrying at least 70 people, but was licensed to carry just 40 and listed only 27 on its manifest. Manifests are generally unreliable in Indonesia because tickets are sold onboard to passengers who are never registered.Dozens of families and relatives were waiting for good news of their loved ones in Ambon’s Slamet Riadi port, Haryanto said.Ships are a main source of transportation in Indonesia, the world’s largest archipelago nation with more than 17,000 islands. Accidents are common because the boats are often overloaded and poorly maintained.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories AMBON, Indonesia (AP) – A rescue official said Tuesday that at least 58 people were missing from a boat that capsized over the weekend in eastern Indonesia _ a far higher potential death toll than authorities initially thought.Earlier authorities said only 14 people were missing in Sunday’s sinking. Dony Haryanto of the local search and rescue agency said the updated number was based on reports from relatives of the passengers and crew. Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths
“”Situs””:http://www.situs.com/ announced the expansion of its operations in Europe with the acquisition of “”Deutsche Bank’s””:https://www.db.com/index_e.htm London-based commercial mortgage servicing business.[IMAGE]The acquisition includes CMBS and balance sheet servicing, asset management, and special servicing and makes Situs one of the largest third-party commercial real estate servicers in Europe with nearly ├â┬ó├óÔé¼┼í├é┬¼20 billion under management.””This acquisition underscores the strength of our relationship with Deutsche Bank, the efficiency of our servicing model, and the demand for research and insight based on transparency, integrity, and deep industry expertise,”” said Situs COO W. Bruce Nelson.[COLUMN_BREAK]The announcement marks another step in Situs’ growth since entering the European market in 2004. Since then, the company has made a number of acquisitions and partnerships involving other big players, including Global Servicing Solutions Germany and “”HSH Nordbank””:http://www.hsh-nordbank.com/en/homekundenbereiche/homepage.jsp.In 2011, Situs was acquired by Helios AMC, a rated special servicer sponsored by “”the godfather of mortgage finance,”” Lewis Ranieri. Helios then adopted the Situs Companies name.””This deal represents a milestone in the acceptance of third-party servicing and asset management as a viable, trusted solution in the European marketplace,”” said Hugo Raworth, managing director for Situs. “”Deutsche Bank’s servicing business has a well-earned reputation for responsiveness and transparency in the commercial mortgage market. We look forward to continuing this high level of customer service, which has been the hallmark of Situs’ success over the past 27 years.””Situs’ new acquisition represents the company’s second transaction with a major European financial institution in the past two years. With offices now in London, Frankfurt, Dublin, and Copenhagen, the firm announced it plans to continue its pursuit of other transactions in the United States and Europe to leverage its business model. Deutsche Bank Sells Commercial Servicing Business Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Service Providers 2012-09-27 Tory Barringer September 27, 2012 471 Views in Servicing
An increase in water prices in Nicosia was announced by water board chief Nicos Zambakides on Monday.Speaking on state radio he said the price hike follows the government imposing an environmental tax which will increase the price of water.“This inevitably will be passed on to the consumer,” Zambakides said. “As we are not a for-profit organisation the water board cannot absorb the cost.”A household which uses 10 cubic metres will now pay €18 instead of €16, and those who use 20 cubic metres will also pay €2 more, with the bill increasing from €26 to €28.The highest increase will be €3, for those who use more than 80 cubic metres.“We didn’t put up the prices further for bigger amounts because we want to help big families,” the head of the water board explained. “At the end of the day they need more water and these are not people wasting water.”He stressed the increases are only for Nicosia.You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoGundry MDHow To Make Your Dark Spots Fade (Effortless 2 Minute Routine)Gundry MDUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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