Tanzania: new taxes push fuel prices up in Tanzania

The prices of petroleum products in Tanzania recorded their largest monthly increase in four months from July 1, with the entry into force of the changes outlined in the new budget law. Retail prices for gasoline, diesel and kerosene were up 6.94%, 6.87% and 8.38%, respectively, from June, while wholesale prices climbed 7. 34% (gasoline), […]

New taxes push fuel prices up in Tanzania

By BOB KARASHANI The prices of petroleum products in Tanzania recorded their largest monthly increase in four months from July 1, with the entry into force of the changes outlined in the new budget law. Retail prices for gasoline, diesel and kerosene were up 6.94%, 6.87% and 8.38%, respectively, from June, while wholesale prices climbed […]

Why Retailers Need To Rethink Their Reverse Logistics Strategy | Comment

The pandemic has demonstrated that a better omnichannel shopping experience and improved fulfillment processes are needed for many retailers. Image provided by iStock. When the pandemic-related closures shut down retail stores, it impacted both in-store purchases and in-store returns. Items pre-purchased by consumers could no longer be returned to the store. This consequence created pent-up […]

Northern expedition in need of major repairs, will be out of service until August – BC Local News

There will be a change in ferry service this summer. BC Ferries issued an advisory that “due to a mechanical problem with its main engine, the Northern Expedition was taken out of service on June 3 and will require major repairs. BC Ferries estimates that the return to service date will be early August; this […]

Harrison Ford comes out in a sling after injuring his shoulder

Harrison Ford stepped out in a sling on Friday after injuring his shoulder as he rehearsed a fight scene for Indiana Jones 5 – which will put off filming for three months. The actor, 78, was walking around Mayfair, London, watching tennis in a pub and wearing a casual ensemble while wearing the khaki sling. […]

Cape Horn Engineering refines the design of sailing freighters

EcoClipper Concept (EcoClipper / Cape Horn Engineering) Posted on Jul 2, 2021 12:53 PM by The maritime executive EcoClipper, a Dutch start-up working to develop a fleet of zero-emission sailing freighters, is using 21st century technology to perfect wind propulsion to provide sustainable transport for cargo, passengers and trainees of the whole world. UK-based engineering […]