“Supply chain issues are the worst the non-war backup world has ever seen” – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The supply chain nightmare continues to drag on. Experts now call it the worst non-war backup the world has ever seen. READ MORE: Hundreds of people are waiting for the chance to get a CAMACOL food basket in Little Havana When COVID19 started, ports experienced a significant …

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Inflation breaks record 9.6% in past 12 months | News, Sports, Jobs

AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON – Wholesale prices jumped a record 9.6% in November from a year ago, an indication of lingering inflationary pressures The Labor Department said on Tuesday that its producer price index, which measures inflation before it reaches consumers, rose 0.8% in November after a monthly gain of …

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Foreign currency supply shortage weakens naira by 0.18% at I&E

By Aduragbemi Omiyale The country’s capital market stakeholders, especially companies that trade their shares on the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited, have been assured of a fair and transparent market. The assurance was given by the Managing Director of NGX Regulation (NGX RegCo) Limited, Ms Tinuade Awe, at the 2021 Issuer …

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The AdBlue crisis, a symptom of bigger problems in the global economy

Prices for ammonia and urea have more than doubled, and the price of another form of fertilizer, potash, has increased by more than 70% this year. Beyond its impact on AdBlue, soaring fertilizer costs will cause production levels to drop and food prices to rise globally. It is no coincidence …

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Spartanburg County Council Supports Proterra EV Battery Manufacturing Plans and 217 New Jobs

A record year for economic development in Spartanburg County has ended on a high note. Spartanburg County Council approved tax breaks for electric bus maker and EV technology provider on Monday Proterra Operating Company, which provides for an investment of $ 76 million with 217 new jobs at the Carolina …

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Small business owners optimistic despite labor shortages and supply chain challenges ahead of the holidays

Testimonial from Thaddeus Swanek, Strategic Communications, US Chamber of Commerce The MetLife and the Small Business Index (SBI) of the United States Chamber of Commerce in the fourth quarter of 2021 show that small business owners are increasingly optimistic despite headwinds due to labor shortages, inflation and supply chain issues. …

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This Week in Jobs: Maybe One Of These 21 Open Tech Positions Will Pay You In Bitcoin

Editor’s Note: Every week we send out an electronic newsletter featuring the most interesting career opportunities in the region. We called him with love This week in jobs (aka TWIJ – “twidge.”). Here is this week’s edition; it’s supposed to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here. …

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Denver woman feels lack of oxygen supply

DENVER – Frontline workers are exhausted and the resources they used to fight COVID-19, like oxygen, don’t look much better. But it is not only the Coloradans affected by the coronavirus who are feeling the effects. “It’s impossible for little oxygen to last me this long,” said Moreen Ryan, showing …

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EuPIA: Producers face serious persistent supply chain issues

14. Dec 2021 | Markets & Companies The European Printing Ink Association (EuPIA) again underlines, following a communication earlier in 2021, an aggregation of factors, mainly triggered by the COVID-19 crisis, which seriously affect the entire chain of supply of raw materials. Jet fuel costs have increased along with the …

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Supply chain compression intensifies as Christmas approaches

This article is an in-place version of our Road to Recovery newsletter. Sign up here to receive the newsletter straight to your inbox three times a week Good evening, Supply chain pressures appear to be slowly easing and stifling global business. Today we report how the cost of global air …

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