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1. Lawmakers push to put Carnival committees under Tourism
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Speaking at a Committee on Workforce Development, Consumer Affairs and Culture hearing, Sen. Janelle Sarauw, who proposed the bill along with Sen. Myron Jackson, described how the creation of a “Division ...
... US consumers had not been subject to any of the inflationary consequences of the escalating tariffs between Washington and Beijing. Read Full Article  ...
... adroitly avoided Chinese-made consumers products in its first round of tariffs. Read Full Article  ...
4. End to shops getting our money for nothing
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BUSINESSES will be forced to make gift cards valid for at least three years under new Federal Government laws to help stop consumers being dudded of tens of millions of dollars a year. Assistant Treasurer ...
5. Holidays Gifts May Escape Tariffs, but Retailers Won't
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Big retailers are hustling to speed some shipments through ports and bracing for higher costs next year from the U.S. decision to impose tariffs on Chinese bicycles, handbags and thousands of other consumer ...
... competing for the consumer's attention, bargain-basement prices and enticing bundle packages are.... Read Full Article  ...
7. US consumers may bear brunt of Trump's tariffs
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Trump's new protectionist measures now cover some 11,400 Chinese-made goods, or about $250 billion in annual imports at current levels, according to official documents and trade data. Image: 123RF/rawpixel. A ...
8. US consumers may bear brunt of Trump's tariffs
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A universe of Chinese-made goods found in every American home is now subject to the sprawling tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump, with the brunt of costs to be borne by US consumers, key drivers ...
9. US consumers may bear brunt of Trump's tariffs
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WASHINGTON -- A universe of Chinese-made goods found in every American home is now subject to the sprawling tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump, with the brunt of costs to be borne by US consumers, ...
The US$200 billion (S$274 billion) list unveiled Monday will start with a tax of 10 per cent and rise to 25 per cent in the new year , a move that should mute the effect of this round of tariffs on holiday ...
By Anchor / Consumer Reporter Global News Anne Drewa WATCH: Air Miles may have cancelled its controversial expiry policy but collectors could still lose their points if they don't keep their account active ...
President Donald Trump set the world’s two largest economies on course for an all-out trade war, unleashing a list of $200 billion of Chinese products set for tariffs just as the critical holiday shopping ...
The Trump administration seems confident that consumers will not feel pain from its escalating trade war with China. “Because it’s spread over thousands and thousands of products, nobody’s going to actually ...
14. Holidays Gifts May Escape Tariffs, but Retailers Won't
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Big retailers are hustling to speed some shipments through ports and bracing for higher costs next year from the U.S. decision to impose tariffs on Chinese bicycles, handbags and thousands of other consumer ...
By Sarah Nassauer and Josh Zumbrun. The U.S. decision to impose tariffs on Chinese bicycles, handbags and thousands of other consumer goods won't hit most items that will be in stores this holiday season, ...
By Anchor / Consumer Reporter Global News Anne Drewa WATCH: Air Miles may have cancelled its controversial expiry policy but collectors could still lose their points if they don't keep their account active ...
A B.C. woman is warning consumers to stay on top of their Air Miles after almost losing over 21,000 points because her account went dormant. “I knew that it had been inactive, but I was under the impression ...
A B.C. woman is warning consumers to stay on top of their Air Miles after almost losing over 21,000 points because her account went dormant. “I knew that it had been inactive, but I was under the impression ...
Unilever shareholder Aviva Investors is preparing to vote down the consumer goods giant’s plans to shift its headquarters out of London. Aviva Investors, which holds a 1.4% stake in the London-listed firm, ...
Unilever shareholder Aviva Investors is preparing to vote down the consumer goods giant’s plans to shift its headquarters out of London. Aviva Investors, which holds a 1.4% stake in the London-listed firm, ...
Aviva Investors, which holds a 1.4% stake in the London-listed firm, warned that the move will fail to benefit shareholders who will likely be forced to offload Unilever stock after its is removed from ...
Unilever shareholder Aviva Investors is preparing to vote down the consumer goods giant’s plans to shift its headquarters out of London. Aviva Investors, which holds a 1.4% stake in the London-listed firm, ...
23. Retail sales still growing despite tariff uncertainty
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Retail sales continued their upward trend in August, despite growing consumer concerns over the trade war. But economists say the the retail industry isn’t in the clear. August’s retail sales came in at ...
24. Consumer forum asks post office to pay compensation
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Madurai. The Madurai District Consumer Forum has directed the Pasumalai Post Office to pay ₹20,000 as compensation to a complainant for failing to deliver a money order in time thereby amounting to deficiency ...
25. The programme is a seasonal consumer show
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How to Spend it Well at Christmas with Phillip Schofield has been recommissioned for a second series. The programme is a seasonal consumer show in which Phillip Schofield invites celebrity guests, experts ...
Finn is one of the many grocers around the country tapping into, and facilitating, the idea that a consumer can shop without incurring any waste. The zero waste, or minimal waste, movement is growing with ...
LAS VEGAS Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --Â Aristocrat, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will premiere the new Mad Max: Fury Roadâ„¢ Slot Game at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo in Las ...
LAS VEGAS Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Aristocrat, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will premiere the new Mad Max: Fury Road™ Slot Game at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas ...
LAS VEGAS Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --Â Aristocrat, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will premiere the new Mad Max: Fury Roadâ„¢ Slot Game at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo in Las ...
LAS VEGAS Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --Â Aristocrat, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will premiere the new Mad Max: Fury Roadâ„¢ Slot Game at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo in Las ...
Credit: Joe Gladstone/SPSP. Washington, DC - Christmas holidays offer a time for families to get together, but for retailers, holiday sales can represent up to 20% of annual revenue. How consumers spend ...
32. Australian jobs soar in August, unemployment stays still
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... supports consumer spending power. Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released.... Read Full Article  ...
33. Apple announces three new iPhones amid leaks
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... will be available for $749, while the basic rate iPhone XS Max will set consumers back $1099. Read Full Article  ...
34. Developer dismisses fears of industrial bubble
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An industrial developer with ambitious plans for Yorkshire has dismissed fears of a sector bubble, believing that consumers’ desire for convenience will continue to drive demand in the future. DB Symmetry ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed ...
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed it expects to ditch London as the base of its legal headquarters in December as it prepares to shift to the Netherlands. The group, which owns well-known brands ...
43. Economy in the 'doldrums'?
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... Posted at Sep 09 10:28 PM. Inirekomenda ng isang consumer group ang pag-alis sa umano ay.... Read Full Article  ...
44. Thinking of a rainy day? Saving rises in August
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Irish consumers were much more likely to save during August compared with the month before, as many people started to prepare for Christmas, according to the latest Bank of Ireland/ESRI savings and investment ...
45. Thinking of a rainy day? Saving rises in August
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Irish consumers were much more likely to save during August compared with the month before, as many people started to prepare for Christmas, according to the latest Bank of Ireland/ESRI savings and investment ...
... $200 billion on Chinese imports — many of which are consumer based products. Read Full Article  ...
47. Consumers turn pessimistic, less upbeat for Christmas
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Filipino consumers turned more pessimistic about their prospects for the current quarter and, more importantly, also turned less upbeat about their prospects going into the Christmas season as well as ...
The Auckland-based company, which delivers New Zealand and Australian products to individual consumers in China, held its first annual meeting this week after listing on the NZX's NXT board for SMEs in ...
49. Looming tariffs will hit US pocketbooks, not Chinese
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ahead of the first round of US tariffs on Chinese imports that it will be the US consumer that bears the brunt of the pain. At the time, the US$34 billion tranche of duties was designed to avoid consumer ...