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Insurance firm Aviva will close down three UK offices and allow staff to work from home permanently.
In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Jan. 21 ... What we are watching in Canada ... CALGARY -- Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is calling for the federal government to impose economic sanctions against the United States in response to newly inaugurated U.S. President Joe Biden's "gut punch" decision to tear up the permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline expansion. Kenney said he was upset the U.S. wouldn't consult with Canada first before acting but saved his strongest criticisms for federal Liberals, whose statements in response to Biden's actions Kenny characterized as too accepting. "If the U.S. government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues, then it is clear that the government of Canada must impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions in response to defend our country's economic interests," he said. The lack of a strong response sets a precedent that could allow other members of Biden's government to call for other "retroactive" permit revocations for existing pipelines, Kenney said. Part of Keystone XL has been built but it is not complete, nor is it operating. Kenney has said the province has about $1 billion at risk if the project is killed. The 1,947-kilometre pipeline is designed to carry 830,000 barrels a day of crude oil from Hardisty, Alta., to Steele City, Neb. From there it would connect with the company's existing facilities to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast — one of the world's biggest oil refining hubs. --- Also this ... CALGARY -- WestJet Airlines will operate the first commercial Boeing 737 Max flight in Canada today since the aircraft was grounded in 2019 following two deadly crashes. Transport Canada lifted its grounding order for the Max on Wednesday after approving design changes to the plane and requiring pilots to undergo additional training. WestJet executives will hold a press conference after the morning flight between Calgary and Vancouver. The event is part of a campaign to reintroduce the Max to service while assuring the public that the plane's safety issues have been addressed. Air Canada is expected to follow suit on Feb. 1. Air Canada has already said it will offer passengers booked on a Max the option of changing their flight at no extra charge. --- What we are watching in the U.S. ... WASHINGTON -- If Joe Biden's decision to kill off Keystone XL is supposed to sound the death knell for Canada-U.S. relations, you wouldn't know it from the newly minted president's call sheet. The 46th president's first phone call with a foreign leader comes today and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be on the other end of the line. "I expect they will certainly discuss the important relationship with Canada, as well as his decision on the Keystone pipeline we announced earlier today," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday. "His early calls will be with partners and allies; he feels it's important to rebuild those relationships and to address the challenges and threats we're facing in the world." Deep in the stack of leather-bound executive orders Biden signed on his first day in the White House was one to rescind former president Donald Trump's approval of the US$8-billion cross-border pipeline expansion. The project, first proposed in 2008, has been bouncing around the White House in various forms of limbo — stalled throughout Barack Obama's two terms before being outright cancelled in 2015, then twice resurrected by Trump. Trudeau, who has been careful to point out that Biden's campaign had already promised to block the expansion, did so again Wednesday in a statement that was more celebratory than scolding. "While we welcome the president's commitment to fight climate change, we are disappointed but acknowledge the president's decision to fulfil his election campaign promise on Keystone XL," the statement said. Trudeau welcomed Biden's other moves, including rejoining the Paris accord, a moratorium on oil and gas drilling in the Arctic and reversing the travel ban on Muslim-majority countries. --- What we are watching in the rest of the world ... World leaders welcomed into their ranks the new U.S. President Joe Biden, noting their most pressing problems, including the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, require multilateral co-operation, an approach his predecessor Donald Trump ridiculed. Many expressed hope Biden would right U.S. democracy two weeks after rioters stormed the Capitol, shaking the faith of those fighting for democracy in their own countries. Governments targeted and sanctioned under Trump embraced the chance for a fresh start with Biden, while some heads of state who lauded Trump’s blend of nationalism and populism were more restrained in their expectations. But the chance to repair frayed alliances and work together on global problems carried the day. China, whose U.S. relations nosedived due to widespread frustration in Washington over its human rights record and accusations of technology theft, expressed cautious hope about the change in the White House. “China looks forward to working with the new administration to promote sound & steady development of China-U.S. relations and jointly address global challenges in public health, climate change & growth,” China’s ambassador to the U.S., Cui Tiankai, tweeted. Biden “understands the importance of co-operation among nations,” said former Colombian president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos, who left office in 2018. “As a matter of fact, if we don’t co-operate – all nations – to fight climate change, then we will all perish. It’s as simple as that." French President Emmanuel Macron and Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama were among those welcoming U.S. attention to climate change. After Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, Biden reversed the move in the first hours of his presidency Wednesday. --- On this day in 1992 ... The Supreme Court of Canada began its review of David Milgaard's murder conviction in the death of Saskatoon nursing aide Gail Miller. The high court quashed the conviction a few months later and Saskatchewan decided not to retry Milgaard. --- In health news ... A new study links the fitness level of Canadian children to that of their parents. The StatCan analysis suggests a child's aerobic fitness, muscular strength and flexibility all correlate to that of their parent. But there were differences when it came to the sex of each parent and child involved. Boys whose parent had "excellent" cardiorespiratory fitness had better cardiorespiratory fitness than boys whose parent had a "poor" cardiorespiratory fitness level. Girls whose parent had "excellent" flexibility had higher flexibility than girls whose parent had "poor" flexibility. But the correlation in cardiorespiratory fitness was only seen significantly in mother-and-son pairs; while a significant flexibility correlation was only seen in mother-son and father-son pairings. Grip strength was associated in all duos except father-son pairings. The study was based on data from the ongoing Canadian Health Measures Survey, and draws from a sample representative of children aged 6 to 11 years and their biological parents. --- ICYMI ... A massive snow sculpture on a St. John's lawn depicting former United States president Donald Trump drowning in a sea of blue is drawing visitors. The sculpture depicts Trump with his arms up, mouth open and hair aflutter, while his signature red tie floats out before him on the blue-painted snow. Co-creator James Keating says the snow carving is "huge" and "tremendous" and represents Trump “drowning in controversy." He and his 16-year-old son, Ashton Keating, had been working on it for a few days. Keating estimated they put about 10 hours of work into it and said they made sure it would be ready for Joe Biden's inauguration as U.S. president on Wednesday. --- This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 21, 2021 The Canadian Press
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India will give millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine to South Asian countries in the next few weeks, government sources said on Thursday, drawing praise from its neighbours and pushing back against China's dominating presence in the region. Free shipments of AstraZeneca's vaccine manufactured by the Serum Institute of India, the world's biggest producer of vaccines, have begun arriving in the Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Dublin, Jan. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the smart food and beverage labeling industry "Smart Labels to Provide Real-Time Product Information with RFIDs and QR Codes" Changing consumer behavior is expected to boost the demand for smart labeling in the food and beverage industry. Due to the spread of COVID-19, the food packaging market is witnessing tremendous growth. Online shopping and panic stocking are among the most common outcomes that the lockdown has resulted in. This has, in turn, led to an increase in demand for essential food products, such as baby food, milk, and vegetables. Concerns pertaining to food safety due to COVID-19 are increasing the demand for pure and fresh food. Consumers demand clarity and accountability in the supply chain and are becoming more vigilant about their consumption behavior. A significant portion of consumers is engaging with labels to get a clearer understanding of the products they are consuming.The smart label market is at its emerging stage. Therefore, most manufacturers treat the technology as an aesthetic to their products. Looking at the current situation, the food and beverage manufacturers are strictly barring themselves from any additional packaging options that will increase their cost of production, as manufacturers are still dealing with the broken supply chain. To see the full article and a list of related reports on the market, visit "Smart Labels to Provide Real-Time Product Information with RFIDs and QR Codes" About ResearchAndMarkets.com ResearchAndMarkets.com is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends. Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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The number of major European companies with high participation of women in leadership positions has doubled over the past year, but there was less progress on top jobs, a study by a EU-sponsored non-profit organization showed on Thursday. Brussels-based association European Women on Boards, which analysed 668 Europe's top listed companies included in the STOXX 600 index and national benchmarks, said the number of those with high scores on its Gender Diversity Index rose to 62 from 32 in 2019. It defined as high score index readings of 0.8 and above where zero means no women on company boards and in other senior management positions and 1 is the ideal value with a 50% representation.
Creating an atmosphere of calm and serenity has never felt more important.
The Budget falls under the ambit of fiscal policies, and the RBI cannot intervene there.
The 36-year-old du Plessis is expected to form the nucleus of the Proteas batting in the upcoming two-Test series which will be first for South Africa in Pakistan in over 13 years.
The Residential Solar PV Systems Market will grow by $ 52.23 bn during 2021-2025
Infections from January 6 to 15 were 50% higher than in early December, an Imperial College London study found.
Retail revenue increased by 17.5%, despite coronavirus-related restrictions being introduced both locally and nationally across the UK during the last quarter of 2020.
In his first address, President Biden urged Americans to come together for the common love of the country
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Unilever says that by 2030 suppliers must pay staff enough to cover a family's basic needs.
New Delhi [India], January 21 (ANI): With Uttar Pradesh scheduled for Assembly polls next year, the state Congress unit has unveiled a calendar for 2021 chronicling the journey of General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and will distribute it widely in the state in a bid to reach out to people.
FRANKFURT — The European Central Bank is looking at a darkening picture for the economy as infections and deaths surge. With more than a trillion euros of pandemic stimulus still in the pipeline, President Christine Lagarde is expected to underline Thursday that the bank has the means keep credit affordable and support the hoped-for recovery. Spiking virus totals have led Germany, the eurozone's biggest economy, to extend restrictions on many businesses involving contact with the public until Feb. 14, while Portugal hit a record for new COVID-19 infections and France imposed a 6 p.m. curfew. Vaccination rollouts have been slower than many would like. That is darkening the already gloomy outlook for the first few weeks of 2021, after Europe ended 2020 with fanfare over the start of vaccinations. The winter surge suggests that the first quarter could see economic output fall again after an expected contraction in the fourth quarter of 2020. Official figures for 2020 are expected Feb. 2. The EU's executive commission has forecast a downturn of 7.8% for 2020 and growth of 4.2% for this year. Yet no additional action is expected from Thursday's meeting of the 25-member ECB governing council, which sets monetary policy for countries that are members of the euro. That is because at their last meeting the board added 500 billion euros of pandemic stimulus in the form of bond purchases, bringing the total emergency support to 1.85 trillion euros ($2.66 trillion) in purchases to run at least through March, 2022. More than a trillion of that has not yet been spent. Through the purchases, the ECB keeps bond market and bank borrowing costs low. The goal is to make sure companies that may be struggling can get the financing they need to keep going. If the pandemic downturn lasts longer than expected, “the ECB would simply extend its current support measures for even longer,” said Andrew Kenningham, chief Europe economist for Capital Economics. Attention will focus on the post-meeting news conference by Lagarde and her comments on the economic outlook. She has warned against premature relief over vaccinations before they can be rolled out, and underlined that the central bank will do what it needs to in order to keep credit flowing to the economy. The ECB's polices have kept financial markets calm despite the pandemic. Germany's DAX blue chip stock index hit a record high Jan. 7. Meanwhile, ECB stimulus has kept bond market borrowing costs low for governments, who are adding more debt as they spend on support for the economy and workers, including by paying the salaries of furloughed workers. Since the ECB purchases are driving down bond market borrowing costs, it is making it easier for governments to spend without being hit by high interest payments for now. The European Union is adding more support through a 750 billion-euro recovery fund to support investment in projects that reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and promote the spread of digital technology. That fund is supported by common borrowing among member countries, a step toward further integration and solidarity among union members. David McHugh, The Associated Press
Dublin, Jan. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Business Jets - Market and Technology Forecast to 2028" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The rise of surveillance technologies like ADS-B and the rising popularity of heavy Jets and long-range aircrafts have acted as key drivers in the Business Jet Market.The recent growth in private aviation passengers can be attributed to programs such as membership programs, on-demand chartering, and fractional ownership which have taken off around the world. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States announced its policy for issuing air traffic control (ATC) authorizations to individuals seeking to operate aircrafts which are not equipped with ADS-B Out equipment in ADS-B airspace after Jan. 1, 2020. Digitization is a trend that is expected to bring about disruption in the Business Jet market. Online brokers are expected to serve approximately 70 percent of the market in the next few years. The number of online brokers is expected to be consolidated to 5-10 by the end of the forecast period. Currently, traditional business models like fractional ownership or charter are dominant in the business jet market. The total Global Market for Business Jets is estimated at around USD 10 billion in 2020 and the market is expected to grow with a CAGR of around 16% to USD 32 billion by 2028.North America is expected to account for approximately 60 percent of the market by the end of the forecast period. This is due to the fact that the majority of the business jet manufacturers operate out of the North American region. The report is aimed at: The key drivers, restraints, and challenges which are expected to shape the Global Business Jets market are covered in detail in the report.The key technologies which could have an impact on the Business Jets Market have been covered in detail.The top 20 products have been analyzed in detail with respect to their component suppliers and their historic shipment data.Porter's Five Forces and the PEST of the Global Business Jet market have been covered in the report.The high growth markets have been identified in the Opportunity Analysis Chapter.The market has been forecasted from 2020-2028 considering all the factor, which is expected to impact the market.The Scenario Analysis Chapter covers the key scenarios and their impacts on the forecast chapter. The market is segmented based on Component, Region, Class, and Number of Engines: By Component Fuselage/BodyEmpennage or Tail AssemblyWingsLanding Gear AssemblyJet engineFlight Control Systems and InstrumentsOthers Region-Wise Segmentation North AmericaEuropeAPACMiddle EastLATAMRoW By Class SmallMidsize JetsSuper midsize to Business liners By Number of Engines Single EngineDouble engineThree engines Product Level Analysis ACJ319neoACJ320neoACJ330neoBBJ 787 FamilyBBJ 777 FamilyBBJ MAX FamilyPhenom 100Phenom 300ELegacy 650Lineage 1000Legacy 500Learjet 75Challenger 350Global FamilyKing Air 250King Air C90GTxFalcon 7xGulfstream 550Gulfstream 280HA-420 HondaJet Reasons to Buy: The new players in the Business Jets market and the potential entrants into this market can use this report to understand the key market trends that are expected to shape this market in the next few yearsThe Market Analysis Chapter covers the Key Drivers, Restraints, and Challenges of the Business Jets Report. The PEST and Porter's five forces are covered in detail in this reportThe key technologies that could impact the Business Jets Market have been covered in detail, an example is a growing interest in inflight entertainment in the Business Jets market. The report can be used by sales and marketing team to formulate their medium- and long-term strategies and to reconfirm their short-term plansThe forecast chapter would help the sales team to formulate their medium-term sales planThe report would help to the sales and the marketing team to understand the key segments across the top ten countries which have been analyzed in the reportThe Opportunity Analysis chapter identifies the key hot spots within the Global Business Jets MarketThe company profiles include financials, latest news, contracts, and SWOT for more than 15 companies List of Chapters1 Introduction2 Executive Summary3 Current Market Overview of the Global Business Jet Market4 Current Market Trends in Business Jet Market5 Market Technologies6 Supersonic Aircraft7 Market Dynamics8 Product Analysis9 Global MRO in Business Jet Market to 2028 By Region10 Business Jet Market to 2028 By Region11 Business Jet Market to 2028 By Component12 Opportunity Analysis13 Scenario Analysis14 COVID-19 Impact on Business Jet Market15 Company Profiling16 Strategic Conclusions17 Appendix Companies Mentioned AirbusBoeingBombardierConstant AviationDassault AviationDC Aviation GmbHEmbraerExecuJet Luxaviation GroupGeneral DynamicsGeneral ElectricGulfstream Aersopace CorporationHonda Aircraft Company (HondaJet)HoneywellLufthansaMitsubishi Heavy IndustriesRaytheon TechnologyRolls-Royce HoldingsSafranTextronUnited Aircraft Company For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/rs243g Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. 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