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K-pop album market bullish despite pandemic

Korea Times 17 Oct 2021
The local pop culture market has suffered a heavy blow from the protracted COVID-19 pandemic, but the K-pop industry remains less affected thanks to the strongest sales of physical albums in a decade ... Industry insiders attribute the robust album sales to limitations from the pandemic, in addition to the global popularity of K-pop supergroup BTS.
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China, coal and COP26: can the world’s biggest emitter give up its dirty habit?

The Observer 17 Oct 2021
But I also worry what will happen to a province whose economy overwhelmingly depends on coal and heavy industries, and the millions of people whose livelihoods are reliant on them.” ... “The rise and fall of Lüliang – as well as other coal-heavy cities – is also the story of China’s ...
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Hollywood crews union reaches a deal with studios, averting a strike

Finger Lakes Times 17 Oct 2021
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have concluded an agreement on a new three-year contract covering some 60,000 film and TV industry workers, said several people familiar with the negotiations who were not authorized to comment.
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How did Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin fail to dominate the billionaire space race?

The Observer 17 Oct 2021
SpaceX’s total dominance of the rocket industry is not what you would expect ... Inspired by the late Princeton futurist Gerard K O’Neill, Bezos dreams of moving heavy industry off of Earth and into space to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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A secure UK gas supply is meaningless, minister, if no one can pay their bills

The Observer 17 Oct 2021
Alongside plans to develop hydrogen as a fossil-fuel alternative for heavy industry and transport, the latest strategy would reduce the UK’s overall demand for gas, which in turn would mean future market prices for it would be unlikely to reach recent highs, and would have a more limited effect on the economy even if they did.
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Analysts say high energy costs add to SBP’s inflation headache

The News International 17 Oct 2021
KARACHI ... The SBP might bring the borrowing cost near double digits for the remaining months of the current fiscal year ... Prices of petrol and diesel climbed up by Rs10.49 and Rs12.44 per litre, respectively ... More From Business ... Milan ... LAHORE ... Unilever, Ikea and Nestle are among the few industry heavy-hitters using their corporate clout to push for the... .
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Jurupa Valley aims to restrict new businesses that create truck traffic

The Press Enterprise 16 Oct 2021
As the expiration date approaches for a one-year moratorium on new Jurupa Valley industry that generates heavy truck traffic, city officials are getting ready to adopt rules restricting those types of businesses ... And, so, the ordinance targets other types of industrial businesses.
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Restricted entry to Mumbai and Thane for trucks

The Times of India 16 Oct 2021
Riding on their instant connections, how millennials are making a mark in the Direct Selling industry ... Heavy vehicles coming to Mumbai and Thane will be banned on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad ...
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Thai tourism jobs lose shine for some even amid rebound

Straits Times 16 Oct 2021
And for some, the once-robust industry, which was nicknamed Teflon Thailand, has lost its steam ... The pandemic has also cast a spotlight on Thailand's heavy dependence on international tourism, and industry experts hope that more effort will be made to diversify its target audience and markets.
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Who are TPAs?

Business Line 16 Oct 2021
Anwar. All behold, the next wave of IPOs is coming, and this wave will have a large offering from the insurance industry as well, including from a TPA. Prashant ... But I know very little about it. Anwar ... Prashant ... Anwar ... An insurer can employ multiple TPAs as well, making the industry a highly competitive one ... So TPAs are doing most of the heavy lifting?.
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Middletown 'Hollywoodland' developer could get $2M by Christmas

WCPO 16 Oct 2021
Whether Middletown ever develops its proposed $1.3 billion Hollywoodland project on the riverfront, the city could owe Main Street Properties developer David Rachie $2 million by Christmas ... 21 ... Seriously." ... And we're coming out of a pandemic and this is the hospitality industry. It's a big ask, it's a heavy lift - nobody is going to deny that ... .
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Wall Street scores biggest week since June on strong US retail sales

Beijing News 16 Oct 2021
New York , October 16 (ANI/Sputnik) ... The SP 500, which groups the top 500 US stocks, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite both rose about 2% each for the week while the broad-based Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1% ... The Dow, comprising mostly industrial-based value stocks, finished Friday's session at 35,295, up 382 points, or 1.1%.
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Oil’s leap shows spillover effect from energy crisis

Taipei Times 16 Oct 2021
Such a pattern, known in industry jargon as backwardation, indicates relative scarcity of supply ... A deepening crisis in China and other nations with large heavy industry sectors is raising the specter of lower industrial output, weaker economic growth and with it curtailed fuel usage.
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B'luru doctor cycles around Karnataka in 119 hours

The Times of India 16 Oct 2021
+Text Size. SmallMediumLarge. ARTICLES ... Riding on their instant connections, how millennials are making a mark in the Direct Selling industry ... BENGALURU. Heavy rain at the 6am flag-off at Vidhana Soudha on October 8 indicated to ultra-cyclist Dr Srinivas Gokulnath what was in store during the Race Around Karnataka (RAKA) that he was embarking on ... .
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As state eyes federal COVID windfall, what’s coming to Grand Forks?

Grand Forks Herald 16 Oct 2021
There’s a lot of money to be spent in Bismarck, and not an awful lot of time to spend it. And in Grand Forks, that means yet another burst of hope that state money will get funneled to something on its wish list, from traffic projects to expensive prep for welcoming heavy industry ... “The family is getting together ... Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, said.
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