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first_imgTonight is the inaugural Oldenburg Academy Tip Off Dinner for boys basketball.  It is a men’s only event at the local Knights of Columbus Hall here in Batesville.  Approximately 18 of the area’s head boys basketball coaches will be given 10 minutes to talk about their team for the upcoming season.The affair includes an all-you-can-eat chicken dinner with all the trimmings.  After the meal Bob Lovell of Indianapolis will moderate the event.  There will be a time keeper to make sure each coach ends his presentation in the allotted 10 minutes.  This fund raiser for the OA basketball program should be a lot of fun, because at this time of the year every school program has high hopes for the upcoming season.A few tickets will be available at the door, but hopefully, you already have your ticket to attend.  Go to the K of C and enjoy a fun evening.last_img read more

first_img Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People Live6 Most Unforgettable Bridges In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Go Stargazing & Discover The Night Sky At These Cool LocationsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Thailand’s Most Exquisite Architectural Wonders6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top Loading… The club has pledged to record ‘an aggregate break-even result’ for the financial years ending in 2019, 2020 and 2021, in accordance with UEFA’s directive. And it has also vowed that for ‘the financial year ending in 2020, its employee benefits expenses are restricted’, the Chamber said. Read Also: UCL: Napoli good enough to stop Messi – Manolas UEFA’s interpretation is to ‘prohibit clubs from making an aggregate loss in excess of €30 million over three seasons’. The application and enforcement of these rules is the responsibility of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body, which can ‘impose a wide range of penalties for non-compliance, including bans from European competitions’, with final decisions of the CFCB appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img The fine and squad cap will not be viewed as too debilitating by the Wolves hierarchy. The real issue is how the £27 million losses Wolves are restricted to in the 2020/21 season, impact on the club’s transfer budget and approach to the summer window. As perilous as the situation has become for UEFA to take this step, it’s thought the club is on relatively strong financial footing having reportedly made a £20 million profit last season despite spending big. FFP rules vary across different leagues and competitions, with the Premier League adopting a very different policy on spending to the English Football League. Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers have been fined and slapped with a squad limit in European competition next season after breaching FFP rules, it has been reported. According to Birmingham Mail, Wolves have been ordered to stump up €200,000 for contravening profitability and sustainability rules, with UEFA stressing the fine will rise by a further €400,000 if the club does not get its finances in order by the year ending 2021. Wolves have also been told it will have to stick to a 23-man squad cap, rather 25, if the club qualifies for next season’s Champions League, by winning the Europa League later this month. They must also comply with a set spending pattern after reaching a settlement with UEFA. UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) Adjudicatory Chamber said the club must ‘report a maximum break-even deficit of €30 million (£27 million) in the financial year ending 2020’last_img read more

first_imgLawrence KennedyBy Lawrence KennedyThe Speaker of Liberia’s House of Representatives, Dr. Bhofal Chambers, took an extraordinarily bold step in addressing issues surrounding the crippling Liberian economy.  In so doing, he suggests a cause of the problem, but offers, what some believe, are ineffectual doses that disregard the underlying weaknesses in the country.The Speaker recommends Liberia scraps the use of its dual currencies regime and return to using the United States (U.S.) dollar as the sole currency – an audacious move towards complete dollarization.  While we agree that Speaker Chambers is correct on the inflation-stopping powers of dollarization – notably, it will bring down inflation fast; we disagree due to the economic hardship we foresee in the years following dollarization. Furthermore, while dollarization is an easy sell during periods of inflation, it is not a credible monetary policy.“Liberia’s major problem is the astonishing collapse in productivity and output, and a lack of credible data to  make an informed decision – hence, the formation of the National Economic Development Corporation of Liberia.”  Lawrence KennedyLiberians will come to understand that the government’s ability to tweak the exchange rate to manage the adverse effects of negative price movements is an essential part of maintaining socio-economic stability, and that losing these means by dollarizing the Liberian economy will have a serious negative impact that will be felt for many years and even inhibit economic growth.In the long term, dollarization on its own in Liberia will not work because it will lead to a period of deflation and damage Liberia’s extractive sector – the bread and butter of the Liberian economy. Liberia needs more structural reforms including things like keeping fiscal spending under tight control, eliminating budget deficits, using technology to improve inefficiencies in all government ministries, using technology to reduce corruption (the development killer), and increasing foreign direct investments.Without these essential reforms, dollarized or not – the economy will fail. Additionally, it will not matter if the legislators were to collect 10% and etched dollarization in Liberia’s Constitution, or if the Speaker and every supporter of dollarization tattoos a dollar on their forehead.What is Dollarization?Since the end of the Bretton Woods system of fixing exchange rates collapsed between 1968 and 1973, members of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have been free to choose any form of exchange agreement. Some of these agreements include the following: allowing their currency to float freely against other currencies, pegging their currencies to another country or a basket of currencies, adopting the currency of another country, engaging in a currency bloc, or forming part of a monetary union. The collapse of this system created new problems and some new solutions. One solution is to abandon the country’s official currency and adopt a more stable currency – such as the U.S. dollar. Hence, the term dollarization emerged, and it is short for saying the use of any foreign currency by another country. By adopting dollarization, Liberia will move from its unofficial quasi-form of partial dollarization to full dollarization.The Attractiveness of DollarizationThere are effective arguments for and against dollarization. Many prominent economists, especially from countries dealing with very high inflation, have argued that the adoption of the U.S dollar is the ultimate solution to challenges in the foreign exchange market and monetary policy. Some economists have even gone to the extent to suggest that all developing countries should dollarize.In Europe for example, many countries have given up their domestic currency and adopted the Euro. However, most European countries have a lot of the structural reforms in place. The decision to move towards dollarization is very complicated and is even more challenging because of a lack of empirical and experiential evidence to support this concept.While we see some merits to this strategy, we are also raising several issues for additional discussions as well, including:The condition under which Liberia started using the U.S. Dollar as its sole legal tender no longer exists.Geopolitically, the U. S. has no vital interest in Liberia as it once did.Today, the U.S. views Liberia from two lenses – historical and humanitarian.Liberia serves no purpose to U.S. national interest, especially in these changing times.part of, if not most of, Liberia’s economic and political standing would disappear. Does the Speaker know the implication?Moreover, even in his earnest attempt to establish the cause of the country’s economic woes, the Speaker also committed two fundamental errors by: 1) He casts partial blame on the former President, Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf; 2) The Speaker made some highly suggestive conclusions.The question for the Speaker is: where was the legislature when everything took place under the Sirleaf regime? Speaker Chambers blamed former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the current economic problems but left out the Liberian Legislature which has the power to pass laws, rectify contracts and agreement as well as pass  I have had some principled differences with former President Sirleaf.  However, casting 380-degree blame on her when things go wrong just because she was the president of the country will not work. To address and refocus the Liberian economy requires having a responsible and “serious” legislature. The Speaker perhaps can help in ensuring this happens.The Cost of DollarizationA well-known cost of full dollarization is the loss of seigniorage. The concept of seigniorage is the government’s ability to make a hefty profit from issuing coinage that costs very little to mint than its face value – which is essentially the same with paper currencies. Liberia’s ability to issue its currency is a source of revenue for the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL). Additionally, the CBL must buy back all the Liberian Dollars held by the public and the banks.As stated in a discussion on how to stabilize the Liberian Dollar, we can agree that the CBL does not have the wherewithal or adequate foreign exchange reserves to defend the Liberian Dollar in the foreign exchange market. So, again, where will the CBL obtain $84 million U.S. dollars to redeem the LD$13 billion or more in the Liberian economy?Liberia Needs Structural ReformMr. Speaker, lawmakers in the U.S., worry and are more concerned about creating jobs in their districts and for the people they represent.  Most lawmakers in the U.S. are personally lobbying for businesses and corporations to relocate or move to their states or political districts.When the monthly employment, unemployment as well as unemployment rates are announced, lawmakers in the U.S. jump up and down because they know that when their constituents don’t have jobs, all hell will break loose.Can the Honorable Speaker tell Liberians as to how many lawmakers do care if Liberians have jobs?  How many even think of wooing a company to their districts? How many know the “real” unemployment rate in their district and county? Can the Honorable Speaker say why the Liberian Legislature always passes and hurriedly ratifies bad deals?It is much easier to blame President Sirleaf — and of course, she deserves serious blaming — but the Legislature holds the true power in Liberia through its ability to override vetoes. Yet, they have played a significant role in damaging the Liberian economy.Just look at their high salary and the unfriendly business atmosphere in Liberia.Let us be clear, Legislatures, as well as leaders and top bureaucrats, in “serious countries” and responsible governments pursue the best minds from their homeland (who are located anywhere on the planet) to help develop their home country. For example, Sierra Leone recently requested a friend, Sengeh, a Ph.D. holder from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an experienced GE/IBM employee to go back to Sierra Leone to help rebuild the country. He was given the title of Chief Innovation Officer in the Office of the President.In Liberia, we put obstacles in the way of our best minds from adding value to the country.In short, improving the Liberian economy requires a fundamental change of attitude, a new paradigm in doing things, and most importantly transparency, accountability, and respect for the rule of law.  Liberia needs structural improvements including things like keeping fiscal spending under tight control, eliminating budget deficits, using technology to improve inefficiencies in all government ministries, using technology to reduce corruption (the development killer), and increasing foreign direct investments. These things are not out of reach for Liberia; we need to bring the right people into the conversation to get these things done.In our next article, we will discuss dollarization in Zimbabwe, Panama and other countries.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgFiremen involved in battling the wildfires which ravaged in West Donegal have thanked the public for their kindness.In a heartfelt letter from the Donegal Firefighters Association, officers thanked anyone who helped them in any way.Firefighters from across Donegal put in 18-hour shifts in many cases after the fires started in Loughanure and Annagry at 6am on Monday morning. Secretary of the DFA, Michael Purtill, said he saw many acts of generosity towards firefighters.He said “The Firefighters Association would like to greatly thank all those involved. The fires themselves had been happening over the weekend and the fire service ensured that all resources that were available went towards it.“All the firefighters that were involved in the fire would like to thank all the local people that helped, all the businesses that decided not to charge for a bit of food or a bottle of water.“Personally, I saw a woman in the shop buying all the bottled water, the shopkeeper asked why and she said it was for the firemen. “This was a real community disaster that drew in others from all around Donegal and without doubt, in the end, had a successful outcome. This shows the spirit of our communities. The army helicopter and the private helicopter were a much-needed addition to the outcome.“We want to thank the people of Dungloe, the civil defence, Meveagh fire service, the Army, local people and surrounds for their assistance and help.”Main pic courtesy of Brid Sweeney.Big-hearted firefighters thank public after massive battle to quell wildfires was last modified: April 26th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalfiremengorsePublicThankslast_img read more

first_img6 June 2013 Young people in Mamelodi, east of Pretoria learned about the effects of alcohol and drug abuse as the Department of Trade and Industry’s National Liquor Authority kicked off its Youth Month campaign on Wednesday. Youngsters from Mamelodi and its surrounds came out in their numbers to learn about the opportunities available to help them turn their lives around in a positive manner. Those who attended the session were given an opportunity to interact with officials from the South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and the Gauteng Liquor Board, who emphasised the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse. They were advised on how to use their skills so to participate in the economy by creating their own employment. Alternatives like the formation of cooperatives and the formalisation and registration of businesses were presented to the young people by the Companies and Intellectual Properties Commission (CIPC). The DTI said the campaign aimed to encourage young people to use their time and energy to grapple constructively with the challenges that they face, such as unemployment and HIV/Aids The Liquor Act of 2003, which is administered by the National Liquor Authority (NLA), requires the department to take steps to reduce the socio-economic costs of alcohol abuse in the country. The Act also requires the NLA to promote the development of a sustainable liquor industry in a manner that instils the ethos of social responsibility. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

first_imgEDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is ordering a mandatory cut in oil production to deal with a price crisis that is costing Canada an estimated $80 million a day.Notley says as of January there will be an 8.7 per cent reduction ordered in oil production.Production of raw crude oil and bitumen will be reduced by 325,000 barrels per day.That figure is expected to shrink as the glut of oil in storage is reduced.The mandated cut ends on Dec. 31, 2019.Notley says the action is necessary to reverse the widening price differential that she says could cause further harm to Alberta’s economy if not addressed immediately.Alberta’s oil is selling a markedly lower rates compared with the North American benchmark, due in part to oil pipeline bottlenecks.The announcement is expected to narrow the differential by at least $4 per barrel and add an estimated $1.1 billion to government revenues in 2019-2020.“Every Albertan owns the energy resources in the ground and we have a duty to defend those resources,” said Notley. “But right now they’re being sold for pennies on the dollar.“We must act immediately.”The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Overwhelming interest in JA Innovation Camp in Turks and Caicos

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, December 5, 2017 – Providenciales – Overwhelming interest from teenagers was the big reward  from the 2017 installment of the Junior Achievement program’s Innovation Camp held at the Shore Club on Thanksgiving weekend here in Provo.   Seventy five youngsters from  Provo, North Caicos and South Caicos participated in the one day challenge, they ranged in age from 14 to 18 years old.Angela Musgrove, Chair of JA TCI explained that the second annual Innovation Camp gives the budding entrepreneurs and young business professionals a challenge and a chance to change how things are done today.    It is a solutions based experience held across the region.Provo’s winning team, 649 Aerial System included: Zariah Ingham, Rasheed John, Rodiesha Johnson, Anthonique Asamoah, Ernelle Hall, and RobriaClarke.   From Grand Turk, it was Forecast 5 including  Kendrea Gelcius, Llewandra Basden, Raynae Myers, Samantha Marcellus, and Angelia Ariza.#MagneticMediaNews#JAinnovationcampTCI Related Items:#JAinnovationcampTCI, #magneticmedianewslast_img read more