RelatedHouse Approves Resolution to Adopt 2007 Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System RelatedHouse Approves Resolution to Adopt 2007 Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System House Approves Resolution to Adopt 2007 Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System UncategorizedFebruary 14, 2007 RelatedHouse Approves Resolution to Adopt 2007 Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail A resolution seeking to implement the 2007 Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System was adopted in the House of Representatives yesterday (February 13).The Customs Tariff (Revision) (Amendment) Resolution 2007 was moved by Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Fitz Jackson.“The Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System regarded as the common language of international trade is the World Customs Organisation international multipurpose product nomenclature used as the basis for customs tariffs, and collection of international trade statistics,” explained Mr. Jackson.He further said that the System consisted of “a comprehensive classification system in which all commodities are classified and identified by six digital harmonized commodity description and coding system code”.“It represents a major contribution towards synchronization of customs and international trade procedures further contributing to international trade facilitation efforts,” Mr. Jackson noted.He also informed that the System is revised at regular intervals, to ensure that it reflects changes in technology and patterns of international trade. The Minister added that amendments to the fourth schedule of the Customs Tariff (Revision) Resolution 1972 contained 354 sets of amendments in response to present security, commercial, and technological developments.“The amendments were driven by changes in trade patterns and practices, technological progress, the necessity to clarify text to ensure uniform interpretation, and the need to make provision for specific social and environmental developments,” he further explained.The State Minister added that the changes included deletion of a number of headings and the merger of others, as well as the creation and the restructuring of new headings or subheadings. There is also the improvement in the wording of the classification to prevent misclassification and misunderstanding.“As a contracting party to the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System convention, Jamaica is required to adopt these amendments with immediate effect,” said Mr. Jackson. The motion was supported by the Opposition. Advertisements
Apps UK consumers seek £1.5B from Apple Author Previous ArticleSingtel, Mobike strike payments, IoT partnershipNext ArticleNokia pushes US to free up spectrum above 95GHz AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 04 DEC 2017 Diana Goovaerts Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Google taps retail with NYC store KT makes LG Electronics trade-in move Related Dialog Semiconductor rebuffed speculation Apple will drop its power management integrated circuits (PMICs) from iPhones in 2018.While the UK-headquartered company conceded in a statement Apple “has the resources and capability to internally design” a PMIC in the coming years, it “does not have reason to believe” the US vendor will take chip production in house in 2018.Dialog’s response comes in the wake of a report from Nikkei Asian Review last week indicating Apple might begin designing power chips internally in 2018. The news sent Dialog shares tumbling more than 20 per cent.The move would likely have significant consequences for Dialog, which Nikkei Asian Review noted derived 75 per cent of its revenue from Apple in 2016.When Apple similarly ditched graphics technology provided by UK-based Imagination Technologies earlier this year, it ultimately led to the company being sold to private equity company Canyon Bridge Capital Partners.Dialog noted it still appears to have Apple’s backing because it continues to win “new design engagements and opportunities” from the vendor. However, it explained an ongoing relationship is “contingent on Dialog meeting Apple’s technology quality, price and volume expectations”. Tags Home Dialog seeks to soothe concerns over Apple supply AppleDialog Semiconductor
Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – July 11, 2014 Pinterest Google+ Woman who died in Ballyshannon crash named as Charlotte Naylor Pinterest Twitter A woman who died in a car-crash outside Ballyshannnon, Co. Donegal, has been named as former Post Office worker Charlotte Naylor.The widow, born on New Year’s Day 72 years ago, died when the car she was driving collided with a ditch.The tragedy happened on a narrow country road leading to her home at Cloghore off the main Ballyshannon-Belleek road at 10. 20 pm on Thursday night.Mrs Naylor shared a home with her son George and his wife Valerie who opened a restaurant in Belleek, Co. Fermanagh, last month.Neighbours remembered the dead woman as quiet person who loved helping her family grow flowers at her home which were sold at local weekend markets.Mrs Naylor was pronounced dead at the scene and her body was removed to Sligo General Hospital.The road was closed for several hours today(Fri) during an examination of the accident scene by Garda forensic collision investigators.Gardai at Ballyshannon investigating the accident have appealed for witnesses to contact 071 985 8530 or the Garda confidential telephone line at 1800 666 111. Facebook Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady WhatsApp News Facebook Previous articleDe La Hoya excited to be showcasing Jason QuigleyNext article2014 Emmy Nominations Announced News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ WhatsApp Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
McCrary emerges as third running back option in victory over Indiana StateJunior Kobe McCrary scored two touchdowns and gained 176 yards on 17 carries in Saturday’s win.Alex Tuthill-PreusJunior running back Kobe McCrary runs the ball against Indiana State on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 at TCF Bank Stadium. Mike HendricksonSeptember 10, 2016Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintKobe McCrary was out to prove something in his second career game.The junior running back — who transferred to Minnesota from Butler Community College during the offseason — wanted to show the world he was more than a 1-yard running back and not just the third option behind redshirt sophomore Rodney Smith and an injured sophomore Shannon Brooks.He accomplished his goal Saturday against Indiana State, running for 176 yards on 17 carries with two touchdowns in a 58-28 Minnesota win at TCF Bank Stadium.“I just came [to Minnesota] and felt like I can bring some depth,” McCrary said. “All three of us [are] a three-headed monster, that’s the way I figured.”McCrary showed what he was capable of during the second half, when he rushed for 108 yards on only six carries.McCrary had runs of 43 yards and 50 yards on one drive — the latter giving him his second touchdown of the day. McCrary almost ran into an Indiana State lineman at the beginning of his 50-yard run, but then stepped to the side, dodged a diving linebacker and kept running straight to the end zone.“I just saw a lot of pushing,” McCrary said. “The offensive line blocked very well today, so I just made one cut and I saw a crease, so I just hit it.”Redshirt senior quarterback Mitch Leidner said McCrary reminds him of former Gophers running back David Cobb.Cobb, who played with Leidner from in 2013 and 2014, finished with the seventh most rushing yards in Minnesota history. “Everything he does is so similar to Cobb,” Leidner said. “We know he’s an explosive player; a really smooth runner and he can make guys miss. He’s similar to David Cobb where they are not going to truck you and run you over like crazy all over the place. For how big he is, he’s going to make people miss.”McCrary said that he’s watched Cobb before and models his game after him.“[Head coach Tracy Claeys and running backs coach Pat Poore] know I can catch the ball out of the backfield,” he said. “I feel like I try to expand my game a lot, watching Rodney [as well].”Smith was the main running back during the game against Oregon State, rushing for 125 yards and scoring two touchdowns. Brooks is currently injured, but is expected to come back after the bye week to play against Colorado State.With McCrary’s emergence, the Gophers now have three running backs who have shown they are capable of big games.Claeys said McCrary’s role in practice will be expanded this week.“It’s hard to get an opportunity the first game when you’re playing with Rodney in there,” Claeys said. “It’s a good problem to have what we’re going to have; the [three] people we’ll have at tailback.”McCrary transferred to Minnesota knowing he would be the third option behind Brooks and Smith, but said he knew he could provide some depth to the group of running backs.Claeys said that’s what’s great about McCrary: He loves competition.“When you get a bunch of competition at certain positions that’s when you get a lot better,” he said. “He’s created that competition and so I expect the play of our tailbacks will get a lot better here as we move on.”
Engel & Völkers announced the opening of its first Scottsdale shop and entrance into the Arizona real estate market, breaking new ground as the luxury brand continues to expand throughout the U.S. and around the world.Sandra Wilken, of Sandra Wilken Luxury Properties, has become the first Engel & Völkers license partner in Arizona, converting her 18-year, Scottsdale-based company to Engel & Völkers Scottsdale, Sandra Wilken Partners. The company, with a team of 17 agents that closed $58 million in transactions in 2012, now becomes one of 491 shops worldwide in more than 36 countries.“Engel & Völkers brings the highest standards of real estate service to the most sought-after markets throughout the world,” said Anthony Hitt, Chief Operating Officer of Engel & Völkers North America. “We are excited to introduce our distinctive brand in Scottsdale and to debut with the leadership of Sandra Wilken, the most successful and highly respected name in the area’s luxury market.”As an already well known and respected name in luxury real estate, Sandra Wilken has been among the top producing Scottsdale brokers for the past 38 years. Wilken specializes in luxury real estate purchases and sales of properties ranging from luxury condominiums to multimillion-dollar estates in the Valley’s most prominent, high-end communities such as Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, the Arcadia and Biltmore areas of Phoenix, Fountain Hills and Gainey Ranch.“It is an extreme honor to be selected by such a prestigious, international real estate company,” said Sandra Wilken. “With the success that my company has experienced over the past 18 years, it seems to be a natural step in catapulting us to an international level. This affiliation not only raises the awareness of our clients’ listings to the broader Engel & Völkers global network, but it allows the firm to expand our client base, the number of agents we employ and our total number of listings and transactions. The timing couldn’t be better with Arizona’s housing market seeing significant gains month over month. I see it as an opportunity to bring the world to Scottsdale and Scottsdale to the world.”“Engel & Völkers’ global expansion strategy has always been based on being where our clients want to be, whether it is to reside, to vacation or to have a second or third home,” said Hitt. “We’ve selected to open in Scottsdale’s because of its popularity among international home buyers, the leadership and established reputation of Sandra Wilken in the market and the area’s exceptional luxury properties. It’s the perfect home for our brand which is known internationally for of high end, white glove service. Sandra and her team became leaders in the market because of their higher standards of service, which they’ve succeeded in providing for the past 18 years. They have attracted the best agents in the area, and will continue to do so. They were the obvious choice to represent the Engel & Völkers brand.”For more information about Engel & Völkers Scottsdale, Sandra Wilken Partners visit www.scottsdale.evusa.com or call 480-596-0001.