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Upcoming events for the week of April 11, 2021

The Roanoke Times 11 Apr 2021
$15 Botetourt Chamber of Commerce members, $75 for the series; $20 nonmembers, $100 for the series ... $10 Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce members, $20 nonmembers ... CHAMBER OPEN HOUSE. Meet Khari Ryder, the new Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce executive director, and see the new chamber office ... Presented by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce.
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China fines Alibaba record $2.8 billion

The News International 11 Apr 2021
Chinese regulators hit e-commerce giant Alibaba with a record 18.2 billion yuan ($2.78 billion) fine on Saturday over practices deemed to be an abuse of the company's dominant market position. Alibaba, the Jack Ma-founded Chinese e-commerce leader and one of the world´s most ...
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‘I would feel optimistic if there were expressions of free speech and creation of new ...

Indian Express 11 Apr 2021
I was very struck by the opening of your book (Finding the Raga, Hamish Hamilton, Rs 499) and maybe we should begin with that ... So, if anything, I became aware of the importance of the open window, the importance of distraction in India, via sounds coming in from outside.
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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, April 11: What we know

The Bradford Era 11 Apr 2021
Pima County to open vaccine eligibility April 5 to anyone 16 and over ... Medical device giant to open plant in Tucson, creating high-skilled jobs ... Pima County opens parks ramadas for reservations as local virus cases decline ... Arizona to open COVID-19 vaccine appointments to everyone 16 and older ... Wilmes, Missouri walk-off series opener against LSU.
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“Ramadan at Palace” commercial, cultural event kicks off

DZ Breaking 10 Apr 2021
The Minister of Commerce, Kamel Rezig who opened the event attended by a large influx of citizens, specified that this event is one of dozens of commercial spaces that will open at the national level in order to bring together the producer.
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China hits Alibaba with record US$2.78 billion fine

Taipei Times 10 Apr 2021
Chinese regulators yesterday hit e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (阿里巴巴) with a record 18.2 billion yuan (US$2.78 billion) fine over practices deemed to be an abuse of the company’s dominant market position. Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce leader cofounded by Jack Ma ...
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China hits Alibaba with record $2.78bn fine for market abuses

MENA FN 10 Apr 2021
(MENAFN - AFP) Chinese regulators hit e-commerce giant Alibaba with a record 18.2 billion yuan ($2.78 billion) fine on Saturday over practices deemed to be an abuse of the company's dominant market position. Alibaba, the Jack Ma-founded Chinese e-commerce leader and one of the ...
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India fastest growing market for Levi’s in Asia

The Times of India 10 Apr 2021
NEW DELHI. India has emerged as the fastest growing market in Asia for the US clothing company Levi Strauss & Co ... Sanjeev Mohanty, MD at Levi Strauss & Co (South Asia & MENA), told TOI the company pulled off its strong performance here on the back of opening more profitable stores and rapid e-commerce ramp up. Download ... .
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Restaurant players raise concern about Zomato's food order rejection policy

Business Line 10 Apr 2021
In a tweet, Anurag Katriar, ED & CEO, deGustibus Hospitality said, “such sudden unilateral decisions backed by an open threat is a strong reason to bring in more equitable e-commerce policy.” ... It added that order rejection policy e-mail has been sent only to restaurants that have four time higher rejection rates than the platform ... ....
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Inslee's Relaxed COVID-19 Requirements Probably Won't Help Yakima County Avoid Return to Phase 2

The Centralia Chronicle 10 Apr 2021
Gov ... On Friday he changed that, announcing counties only had to hit one of those marks to remain in Phase 3 ... That's why we are opening up this site." ... The difference to a business is huge, said Verlyn Best, president and CEO of the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce ... "Phase 2? That's 25% open ... That's why we're not open on Sundays right now." ... ....
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Team Modern’s success celebrated by community leaders

Commonwealth Journal 10 Apr 2021
“Team Modern” is in some ways an ironic name ... “It is amazing what this family has accomplished over the last several decades.”. On Thursday, the Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce held an open house event and ceremonial ribbon cutting for Team Modern, the locally-owned wholesale distributor ... Rick Girdler, and State House Reps ... .
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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, April 10: What we know

Citizen Tribune 10 Apr 2021
Pima County to open vaccine eligibility April 5 to anyone 16 and over ... Medical device giant to open plant in Tucson, creating high-skilled jobs ... Pima County opens parks ramadas for reservations as local virus cases decline ... Arizona to open COVID-19 vaccine appointments to everyone 16 and older ... An open letter to Tucson from TMC nurses.
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Tropical Smoothie Cafe celebrates grand opening in Ionia

Greenville Daily News 09 Apr 2021
Tropical Smoothie Cafe employees mix and pour out smoothies for the Ionia business’ first customers during a grand opening on April 1 ... Tropical Smoothie Cafe opened its Ionia location at 3153 Commerce Lane on April 1 ... Hollenbeck and cafe employees celebrated a ribbon-cutting with the Ionia Area Chamber of Commerce prior to their opening.
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Senator: Lawmakers left out of loop on Leatherman’s $550M bond proposal

Index-Journal 09 Apr 2021
Claiming that many lawmakers had little or no notice of a $550 million taxpayer-backed bond plan for projects at the Port of Charleston, a senator has proposed expanding the Ports Authority governing board to include the heads of the state Commerce and Transportation departments ... Under state law, Commerce secretary Hitt is chairman of the S.C.
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Measures unveiled to relax Hainan market access

China Daily 09 Apr 2021
Bai Ming, deputy director of the international market research department under the Ministry of Commerce, said Hainan is set to serve as a testing ground for economic reforms and higher-level opening-up."I expect that a series of further opening-up measures will be released soon, including the medical, healthcare and education sectors.".
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