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Pakistan’s central bank to adopt a wait-and-see approach to spur business confidence, governor says

  • Pakistan’s central bank is in “wait-and-see” mode to give businesses the confidence they need to start investing again and keep people employed, Governor Reza Baqir said Wednesday.
  • The State Bank of Pakistan this week kept its policy rate unchanged at 7%.
  • Baqir said that the central bank does not see any demand-side pressure on inflation in the near term due to the coronavirus pandemic

Pakistan’s central bank is adopting a ‘wait-and-see’ mode, says governor

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SINGAPORE — Pakistan’s central bank is in “wait-and-see” mode to give businesses the confidence they need to start investing again and keep people employed, Governor Reza Baqir said Wednesday. 

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After reducing by 625 basis points since March, the State Bank of Pakistan this week kept its policy rate unchanged at 7%. In its policy statement, the central bank said that business confidence and the growth outlook have improved as

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Twins assume first in AL Central with 7-6 win against Tigers

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Minnesota Twins pitcher Kenta Maeda throws to a Detroit Tigers batter during the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, in Minneapolis.

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Jake Cave hit a pair of home runs, Kenta Maeda finished off his regular season with another strong start and the Minnesota Twins beat the Detroit Tigers 7-6 on Wednesday night to take over sole possession of the AL Central lead for the first time since late August.

Eddie Rosario added a two-run homer for Minnesota (35-22), which has won four straight. The Twins moved a half-game ahead of the second-place Chicago White Sox (34-22).

“We haven’t really talked about the standings or anything like that,” Cave said. “Everybody just kind of knows that our plan was to win out. Why wouldn’t you just want to win every game? That’s best-case scenario, so that’s what we’re doing these last few games.”

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Bleak Winter Ahead For Central London As Workers Told Not To Come Back To The Office

The return-to-the-office plans of companies big and small and their landlords, the recovery prospects of cafés, bars and restaurants — all have been torn to shreds by the government’s announcement Tuesday that Britons should go back to working from home if they can. And with those plans go the hopes that 2020 might see a rebound for central London property owners.

“This will be devastating for a lot of businesses that were already struggling,” London Property Alliance Executive Director Charles Begley told Bisnow

For the businesses that rely on office workers, in the retail, leisure and service sectors, another prolonged period with massively reduced footfall presents an existential threat if the current safety measures are not supported by government financial assistance.

An empty Liverpool Street Station in London.

And for office owners in areas like West End, City and surrounding districts, the advice for staff to work from home

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City approves central business district for another decade

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) -Tuesday, the city of Tucson’s mayor and council vote to extend the central business district for another 10 years.



a tall building in a city: Downtown Tucson will remain in the central business district.


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Downtown Tucson will remain in the central business district.

Brian Flagg and Roxy Valenzuela walk around the block on 25th and 4th—the area the City of Tucson and South Tucson are separated.

“I see bars and restaurants coming in this direction that aren’t for the people who live in the city of South Tucson,” said Brian Flagg, who opposes a central business district.

Flagg says the differences from one side of the street to the other are stark, and something like central business district would highlight those differences even more.

“It’s like the world changes, and it’s much more low income, and I think that’s starting to change,” said Flagg.

Valenzuela and Flagg are part of a movement

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Central Venous Access Devices Market Progressing at 4.6% CAGR to Achieve More than USD 1712.9 million Revenue by 2025

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Sep 23, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware, MarketStudyReport.com added report on Global Central Venous Access Devices Market that evaluates industry growth trends through historical data and estimates prospects based on comprehensive research. The report extensively provides the market share, growth, trends and forecasts for the period 2020 – 2025.

According to this study, over the next five years the Central Venous Access Devices market will register a 4.6% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach $ 1712.9 million by 2025, from $ 1432.8 million in 2019.

The Central Venous Access Devices market report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis.

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South Central Minnesota SBDC earns 2020 Excellence Award

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) — The South Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center (SBDC) earned the Minnesota 2020 SBDC of Excellence Award.



a sign on the side of a building: The South Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center (SBDC) earned the Minnesota 2020 SBDC of Excellence Award.


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The South Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center (SBDC) earned the Minnesota 2020 SBDC of Excellence Award.

The prize is awarded by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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The South Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center helps businesses around the area grow their clientele and overall occupation.

They use various resources to promote their customer’s enterprises like quick books, marketing, business planning and financial management.

The services are free of charge and are provided by Minnesota State University, Mankato.

The South Central Minnesota SBDC earned the award based on its innovation.

“This is for 2019, so pre-pandemic, but in that period we were very successful in helping businesses get started and also acquiring capital. We also started some new initiatives for business succession

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Did you know Central Florida is a hot spot for Brazilian investors, tourists?

ORLANDO, Fla. – Central Florida has become a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, one of the most influential communities is the Brazilian community.

Known for their samba and carnvales, or carnivals — the Brazilian community has become a driving force in Central Florida’s culture and economy.

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“We’ve got a lot of investments from Brazil. We see a lot of different types of businesses some that would be obvious like Embraer has one of its major manufacturing plants in Melbourne,” Chris Legget, program manager for Central Florida International Trade Office said. “It can also be really innovative companies that have been started by immigrants.”

In addition to the various workforce areas created by Brazilians, Legget also explained there are about 260 students

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Ingram Micro Cloud launches KickStart for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Australia – Cloud – Distribution

Ingram Micro Cloud has partnered with Dynamics Angels to be the implementer of KickStart for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Australia.

The KickStart model was developed by accountants turned IT providers, CP IT in the UK and is based on a set fee, set feature, rapid implementation model for Microsotft’s Business Central.

“We are humbled and super pleased to launch in Australia a new way of doing business, of supporting partners, building a community, building skills, mentoring, and providing for the greater good whilst building a sustainable, scalable, equitable business,” Dynamics Angels founder Robert Pope said.

“For too long, the dream of a fully on-cloud business with zero on-premise services, has eluded most SMBs. The legacy accounting package sat on a server in that dusty room down the hall. Customers who years ago moved their on-premise Exchange, PBX and fileservers to Office 365, are still on old finance platforms.

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Central Bucks Grad Opens New Dermatology Practice In Furlong

FURLONG, PA — A Central Bucks graduate has achieved her dreams of opening a Doylestown-area dermatology practice — even during the challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

Rachel White, who graduated from Central Bucks High School South, recently opened a female-staffed dermatology practice in Furlong. The practice, RW Dermatology, is located on Heritage Center Drive. White is the sole provider and offers medical, surgical, and cosmetic procedures.

White, who attended medical school in Philadelphia and completed her residency in Florida, said she had always dreamed of returning to the Doylestown area to practice. While the timing may have been tricky — in the middle of the pandemic — she said she and her staff have gotten off to a successful start.

There are seven employees, including herself. Of them all but one are female.

“As a female business owner, I think it’s really important to support other women in

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Laura Painia Jackson, manager of the celebrated Dew Drop Inn in Central City, dies at 91 | Music

Laura Painia Jackson, the business manager of the legendary Dew Drop Inn, died Sept. 11 of kidney failure at her New Orleans home, her son, Kenneth Jackson, said. She was 91.



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Laura Painia Jackson 


The Dew Drop, at 2836 LaSalle St. in Central City, was a magnet for Black entertainers when segregation was the rule. It was also a family business that Jackson’s father, Frank Painia, founded in 1939. In addition to a performing area, the Dew Drop had a barber shop, a restaurant and a hotel for traveling performers who, in the Jim Crow era, could neither eat nor sleep in New Orleans’ famed establishments.

“Deacon John” Moore, who played there frequently, called the Dew Drop “a one-stop shop” where traveling musicians could get free lodging in exchange for performing.

Ray Charles, who lived at the Dew Drop, frequently practiced on the piano at the home where Jackson lived

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