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Economia

A company spokesman on Wednesday confirmed the investigation, which was disclosed on page 232 of the company's annual report. "It is now not feasible to determine how the ongoing investigations and requests may be resolved or the timing of any such resolution, nor to estimate reliably the possible timing, scope or amounts of any resulting fines, penalties and/or other outcome, which could be significant", the bank added.
  • Year Old Man Dies From Stab Wounds In Dublin

    Year Old Man Dies From Stab Wounds In Dublin

    Economia

    Paul Keating, who is from the Artane area, was arrested at Clontarf Garda Station on Friday in connection with the incident. The victim is understood to have received a number of stab wounds, and died shortly after being brought to Beaumont Hospital for treatment.
  • Emirates says United States electronics restrictions to last months

    Economia

    U.S. officials were not authorised to disclose the details of the ban ahead of a public statement that was scheduled for 10:00 GMT on Tuesday. The rule has been imposed because of unspecified security threats. The Trump administration issued travel restrictions Tuesday in response to new intelligence indicating terrorist groups have "intensified" efforts to attack the aviation sector.
  • Government bans corned beef from Brazil amid rotten meat scandal

    Economia

    It said that this BRC is used by leading manufacturers across the world and sets out strict requirements as it relates to manufacturing, food safety and quality control systems. LASCO also said the company will halt the sales of all LASCO Corned Beef products and will remove all its corned beef from shelves and conduct its own investigations.
  • USA ban laptops, iPads on flights from 8 countries

    Economia

    Government-backed Emirates flies from Dubai to a dozen US destinations, including New York, Chicago, Washington and Los Angeles. From this week, the United States will imminently ban passengers departing from a number of MENA nations from carrying laptops, tablets and even Kindles in their hand luggage.
  • Oil drops as USA drilling growth threatens to counter Opec cuts

    Economia

    Five other OPEC sources said it was increasingly clear that the market needed more than six months to stabilise but added that all producers - in OPEC plus non-members - had to agree. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Oil prices in Tuesday's session soared up, as there is heavy speculation in the market that OPEC-led production cut may extend, while sturdy demand may erode a global fuel supply overhang.
  • Middle Eastern Airlines Report Sudden US Ban On Laptops And Electronic Devices

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    The electronics ban impacts nine airlines that fly into the US from these cities on a daily basis. Royal Jordanian Airlines tweeted about the ban, telling passengers that medical devices would be allowed on board. However, there are also advantages to screening items in checked baggage instead of as carry-on luggage. In a written statement, the Department of Homeland Security said, "We have no comment on potential security precautions, but will provide any update as appropriate".
  • Linville Gorge wildfire spreads to 1300 acres in Burke County

    Linville Gorge wildfire spreads to 1300 acres in Burke County

    Economia

    Dowd said 140 firefighters are working to contain the blaze. Firefighters are also preparing for a potential burn window on Monday that may allow for a controlled low-intensity backburn to reduce fuels and buffer firelines. The fire area received around a half-inch of rainfall overnight. "We're making sure folks are heeding those closures". All USFS lands east of State Road 1238 (Old N.C.
  • Productores brasileños critican a Policía por generalizar escándalo con carne

    Economia

    Esta semana, las malas noticias fueron encabezadas por el anuncio de que China resolvió frenar el ingreso de cortes brasileños a la espera de explicaciones detalladas sobre el caso. La investigación bautizada " Carne Débil" coincide con los esfuerzos para acelerar el acuerdo de libre comercio entre el Mercosur (Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay y Uruguay) y la UE, que tiene en el sector alimentario uno de sus capítulos más espinosos.