New Frontier Properties Limited (NFP.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Property sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about New Frontier Properties Limited (NFP.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the New Frontier Properties Limited (NFP.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: New Frontier Properties Limited (NFP.mu) 2018 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileNew Frontier Properties Limited is a Mauritian company that engages in the acquisition and development of income-generating retail and logistics property in the UK and Europe. The company is a real estate investment trust. New Frontier Properties Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Home Indiana Agriculture News US Poultry Entering China Without Retaliatory Tariffs Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE By NAFB News Service – Mar 8, 2020 Beijing recently made U.S. poultry shipments eligible for exemptions from extra tariffs and poultry shipments to China are on the rise.A Reuters article points out that the additional tariff relief may give China a greater ability to follow through on promises to buy significantly more American agricultural goods as part of the Phase One trade deal.U.S. chicken producer Tyson Foods says its chicken shipments are already rising as a result. China had said last month it would grant exemptions on retaliatory duties to 696 U.S. goods as part of its efforts to ease the trade war between the two largest economies in the world.Jim Sumner, President of the USA Poultry and Egg Export Council, says U.S. poultry wasn’t eligible for the exemptions until last week. “We’re now getting the product into the country without any retaliatory tariffs,” Sumner says.Global meat and poultry suppliers are competing for sales to China, where an African Swine Fever outbreak has trimmed the hog herd by more than 40 percent, raising the need for protein imports.Beijing removed an almost five-year ban on U.S. poultry imports in November, which U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer says would mean an additional $1 billion in shipments to China every year. “We’re now on a level playing field with other poultry suppliers to China,” Sumner adds. Previous articleTreasury Department to Fix the ‘Grain Glitch’Next articleUSDA Announces ASF Response Plan; Prevention Remains Top Priority NAFB News Service SHARE US Poultry Entering China Without Retaliatory Tariffs
printFort Worth’s superintendent told a room full of teachers Tuesday they were the model for improving the district.“We’re trying to replicate what’s happening in your classrooms across the district,” Dr. Kent Scribner said. “We want your colleagues, your brothers and sisters to believe in that.”Scribner helped honor 132 teachers at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Each teacher had been selected as their campuses’ “teacher of the year” by their peers.“I just believe that my job as a leader is not to create followers, but rather to create leaders and empower you to lead as teacher leaders in your schools,” Scribner told the crowd.It was Scribner’s first chance to hand out the awards since taking over as superintendent in October. In addition to handing out door prizes, a $1,000 travel voucher, a wine party, a free year-long lease on a new Nissan and more, Scribner detailed some of his plans for improving student learning through the district’s 6,500 teachers.“Fort Worth ISD is not in need of another program,” he said. “We have plenty of programs. What we are in need of is effective implementation of the programs that we have.”Ten finalists for the elementary and secondary District Teacher of the Year awards were also announced. Two winners will be selected by members of the school district and the community. Clayton is a senior journalism major from Mesquite, Texas. He’s worked at The Dallas Morning News and PolitiFact in Washington, D.C. He holds the all-time record for highest batting average at his high school after he hit a single in his only at-bat during his senior season. Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store ReddIt Twitter Clayton Youngman Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Clayton Youngmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/clayton-youngman/ Clayton Youngmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/clayton-youngman/ Clayton Youngmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/clayton-youngman/ New dean selected for honors college Linkedin Frogs close regular season with 9-3 win, sweep over Kansas State Clayton Youngmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/clayton-youngman/ Facebook TCU drops rubber match 3-1 to Texas Tech; Frogs lose 2nd straight Big 12 series Twitter Linkedin + posts Previous articleCharter election includes proposed term increase for councilNext articleForth-Annual Fort Worth Earth Party Clayton Youngman RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Three longtime social work faculty set to retire Facebook ReddIt Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Facebook TAGS Guided Therapeutics Raises US $1.1 Million in New Preferred Stock Offering Previous articleBasware Named a Leader in IDC MarketScape Procure-to-Pay AssessmentNext articlenVent Electric plc to Participate in the Barclays Industrial Select Conference Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – February 16, 2021 Twitter Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest PEACHTREE CORNERS, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 16, 2021– Guided Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: GTHP), the maker of a rapid and painless testing platform based on its patented biophotonic technology, announced today that it has thus far raised a total of US $1.1 million under the terms of a Series F Preferred Stock Offering. The private placement offering targeted at least U.S. $1 million and the financing can continue to raise additional funds until closing this tranche, forecast for later this month. As specified by terms of the investment, proceeds from the Series F Financing were to make the final payment of $750,000 due to GPB Holdings, LLC and to conduct the Company sponsored U.S. FDA clinical trial this year for its flagship product the LuViva Advanced Cervical Scan. The final payment was made to GPB on January 9, 2021, which satisfied the security lien on the Company’s assets and removed over $5 million in liabilities from the Company’s balance sheet. Completing enrollment in the FDA study this year is the Company’s most critical milestone and funds from the Series F Financing, cash on hand and revenues from existing purchase orders will be used to complete enrollment in the FDA study. The Series F Preferred shares are convertible at a fixed price of 25 cents per share, carry a 6% annual dividend and could potentially include an additional dividend of 15% after twelve months if the Company is unable to uplist to a national exchange or complete its FDA study. The dividends can be paid in cash or common shares at the option of the Company. Aspen Capital acted as Financial Advisor to the Company with respect to the private placement. “In 2020 we identified making the final payment to GPB and completing the FDA study as necessary to the existence and significant growth of our Company. We are extremely pleased that we have been able to raise sufficient funds for these purposes, pending the final closing of the Series F financing,” said Gene Cartwright, Guided Therapeutics CEO. “Since we have reached agreement with the FDA regarding the study protocol, we are now engaged with clinical study centers that will enroll their patients in our study and are actively building clinical trial devices. It is now full speed ahead with the study.” About Guided Therapeutics Guided Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: GTHP) is the maker of a rapid and painless testing platform based on its patented biophotonic technology that utilizes light for the early detection of disease at the cellular level. The Company’s first product is the LuViva® Advanced Cervical Scan, a non-invasive device used to detect cervical disease instantly and at the point of care. In a multi-center clinical trial with women at risk for cervical disease, the technology was able to detect cervical cancer up to two years earlier than conventional modalities, according to published reports. For more information, visit: www.guidedinc.com. The Guided Therapeutics LuViva ® Advanced Cervical Scan is an investigational device and is limited by federal law to investigational use in the U.S. LuViva, the wave logo and “Early detection, better outcomes” are registered trademarks owned by Guided Therapeutics, Inc. Forward-Looking Statements Disclaimer: A number of the matters and subject areas discussed in this news release that are not historical or current facts deal with potential future circumstances and developments. The discussion of such matters and subject areas is qualified by the inherent risks and uncertainties surrounding future expectations generally and also may materially differ from Guided Therapeutics’ actual future experience involving any of or more of such matters and subject areas. Such risks and uncertainties include those related to the early stage of commercialization of products, the uncertainty of market acceptance of products, the uncertainty of development or effectiveness of distribution channels, the intense competition in the medical device industry, the sufficiency of capital raised in prior financings and the ability to realize their expected benefits, the uncertainty of future capital to develop products or continue as a going concern, the uncertainty of regulatory approval of products, and the dependence on licensed intellectual property, as well as those that are more fully described from time to time under the heading “Risk Factors” in Guided Therapeutics’ reports filed with the SEC, including Guided Therapeutics’ Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019 and subsequent filings. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210216005242/en/ CONTACT: Mark Faupel Guided Therapeutics 770-242-8723 ext. 303 KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA GEORGIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: RESEARCH MEDICAL DEVICES FDA BIOTECHNOLOGY OTHER HEALTH HEALTH PHARMACEUTICAL OTHER SCIENCE SCIENCE SOURCE: Guided Therapeutics Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/16/2021 09:05 AM/DISC: 02/16/2021 09:05 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210216005242/en
Nancy Birtwhistle, a former winner of the BBC’s The Great British Bake Off (GBBO), will join the Fred Olsen cruise line this summer.Birtwhistle won GBBO in 2014, and will be joining part of The Great British Cruise, an 11-night voyage on board Braemar, which departs from Southampton on 8 August.She will be on board between Cardiff and Rosyth and will take part in a question-and-answer session, where the cruise director and audience will be able to ask her questions about her time on GBBO and glean baking tips.Hull-based Birtwhistle will also be hosting a live baking demonstration on board, and will be spending time meeting Fred Olsen’s guests around the ship during her stay.Self-taught bakerA self-taught baker, who only decided to pursue her passion seven years ago, when she retired as a GP’s practice manager, Birtwhistle said some of her first memories of baking were Christmases with her grandmother.Birtwhistle said: “I am absolutely thrilled to be joining The Great British Cruise this year. We will enjoy the best that the British Isles has to offer and I look forward to sharing some of my Bake Off stories, along with some very special cooking and baking secrets.”
Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power are advising customers in the southern half of Vermont of the potential for significant wind and heavy rain damage that could cause extensive damage and power outages this evening and into Friday. Customers across the state could see scattered power outages this afternoon and into Friday.Utility forecasts include the threat of high wind gusts of more than 50 mph, combined with several inches of rain, which could cause significant power outages in the southern half of Vermont and eastern slopes of the Green Mountains.Utility crews are on standby and are contacting outside contract crews to ensure a strong response if the wind and rain bring significant problems. Government officials are also coordinating efforts to assure the necessary resources are available.CVPS and GMP urged customers to be sure to have flashlights, batteries, food and water available in case they lose electrical service, and suggested that friends, family and neighbors check on elderly Vermonters who may need help. Candles are not recommended as light sources during a power outage due to fire risk.The utilities offered the following advice:Before outages occur, be sure you have a phone that is hard-wired and does not rely on electricity.Fill a bathtub with water before you lose service so the water can be used to flush toilets when the power is out. PREVENT UNSUPERVISED BATHROOM ACCESS TO CHILDREN.Treat any downed line as if it is live. Report the line to your local utility and fire department, stay at least 50 feet away from the line, and keep children and pets away as well.If using a generator, read and follow the owner’s manual before starting the generator. Never operate a generator inside any structure or near a structure. Use a transfer switch to ensure electricity is not accidentally fed onto a line where line crews must work.Keep freezers and refrigerators closed as much as possible to prevent food spoilage.If power goes out, turn off all electrical appliances except one light so you’ll know when service returns. Then, turn equipment back on slowly.Never use grills inside for warmth, as the fumes can be poisonous. Source: GMP, CVPS. 9.30.2010
If there is one ability every leader wants, it’s the power to persuade others – to convincingly, and logically, describe an idea and have it resonate with an audience.I’ve been a lobbyist for more than 25 years, and my entire career has been built around the art and science of persuasion. I have watched and learned from many leaders on how they influence various outcomes and even had some as all-important mentors. To persuade and influence others take practice and experience.Many successful leaders have this ability. Inc.com’s Jeff Haden talks about this in a recent article by noting nine ways to be more influential and persuasive. Here are a few of his ideas:– Start by gaining small “wins.” Don’t jump right to your end game. Start with a statement or proposal that you know others will like and accept.– Take strong stands. Haden says people prefer advice from someone who is confident – even if not everything said is perfectly accurate. continue reading » 59SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Binghamton University and UMass Medical say it’s important to help students who suffer from poor mental health and warn that if not, students are more likely to drop out entirely, citing that many students end up dropping out from schools due to poor mental health. The initiative aims to help those students with mental health conditions and learning disabilities by providing them resources ranging from organizational skills to career support. They also say there still is a stigma towards asking for help and hope that this initative will help change that. (WBNG) — Binghamton University, in partnership with the University of Massachusetts Medical School, is bringing the HYPE, which stands for Helping Youth on Path to Employment, program to campus. Binghamton and UMass Medical say the program will be like a mentorship system –master of social work students will be trained to help and guide the students.
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