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· AT&T: More Financial Engineering For The Long Haul →
In April of this year, management entered into a term loan credit agreement with several commercial banks in the amount of $5.5 billion.
· The 100 greatest UK No 1s: 100-5 →
A new high-water mark of commercial success for British rap was set by this incandescently brilliant wave of London MCs, each given 21 seconds of time on the mic.
· The State Of The CEF Market Post Drawdown →
Given the focus of CMBS funds on the viability of commercial enterprises this weakness makes sense.
· Move over, R-Patz: how Timothée Chalamet became the movie star of his generation →
More than just talent, commercial appeal or dreamy good looks, he possesses that teen heartthrob quality born of boyishness: intensity, vulnerability, androgyny and a certain amount of stubble-free cheekbone action.
· Obesity risk associated with Kidney disease →
Fast foods like pizzas and burgers and other commercial beverages which are unhealthy have become much more accessible following globalization.
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· The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in June →
More of a character study than a thriller, “7500” stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a commercial airline pilot whose ordinary European commercial flight gets disrupted by a terrorist hijacking.
· More virus-hit duty free shops, others given deep cut in rental fee →
SEOUL, June 1 (Yonhap) -- South Korea will expand the reduction of rental fees for airport duty-free shops and other commercial facilities hit hard by the new coronavirus outbreak, the transport ministry said Monday.
· Purvanchal Expressway: Despite lockdown delay, India's longest expressway in UP to open by year-end →
It will boost agriculture as well as industrial and commercial activities, apart from enhancing the prospects for tourism in the state,” says Awasthi, adding that the expressway will act as an industrial corridor for the different manufacturing units, development nodes and agricultural centres of the region.
· Africa Roundup: DHL invests in MallforAfrica, Zipline launches in US, Novastar raises $200M →
Other nations on the continent, such as Kenya, South Africa and Zambia, continue to advance commercial drone testing and novel approaches to regulating the sector.
· Pandemic heightens ACCC concerns over Qantas' Alliance stake →
The regulator added its investigation was focused on whether Qantas’ stake - which it bought without seeking ACCC approval - hampers Alliance’s ability to raise funds, consider takeover offers or participate in commercial ventures, and whether Qantas is trying to exert influence on Alliance’s business decisions.