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North Korea Market Price Update: June 8, 2021 (Rice and USD Exchange Rate Only) NewsEconomy By Choi Song Min – 2015.04.22 5:17pm There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest SHARE News Choi Song Min Furnaces Ablaze with Kim Literature Facebook Twitter Some households in North Korea arereportedly incinerating literature and books written by the two former leaders, Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, to evade potential punishment for failure to take adequate care of material deemed sacred under state doctrine.“In accordance with mandates recently issued by the ProvincialParty Committee, county and district officials with the Propaganda and Agitation Department have beeninspecting Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il-authored books owned by individualhouseholds,” a source in South Pyongan Province told Daily NK on Tuesday.“These inspections are aimed at ensuring that the images of Kim IlSung and Kim Jong Il in the books remain in good condition. The inspection team also confiscates any ‘impure’ books [such as foreign literature].”She added, “Prior to the year 2000, it was compulsoryto own a large number of books or writings by Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. Butrecent inspections revealed that whereas in the past households used to have dozensof books by both father and son, most now have a scant few–or none at all.” Residents failing to posses Kim family works were once subjected to rather severe punishments–fears of which made the literature a staple in every household across the country. Currently, however, all that generally awaits someone without the works is relatively light reprimanding. Those still in possession of this literature, however, face a host of consequences if they fail to keep the book in pristine condition. “Every book or document about Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il contains images of these two men and there is always a high chance that the image-imposed pages could become discolored or dirty,” the source explained. “In that case, the owner of the book is summoned by the relevant Party Committee and punished for ‘damaging the highest authority,’ and in severe cases, branded a ‘secessionist.’” Instead, most households fill their shelves with books related to other fields like technology. This, they feel, is far favorable to taking on the extra burden Kim family literature presents, due to the frequency with which the leaders’ portraits are scattered throughout.She went on to say that vendors are constantly purchasing and reselling books at the markets, but even they “never purchase books that contain images of the Kim leaders, so individualhouseholds are left with no choice but to get rid of any [Kim literature] themselves.” Most North Koreans use portablewood-burning stoves and furnaces instead of electric rice cookersto make rice, so it is common for households to use these books as kindling. While it would be easier to simply use the pages for scrap paper, tissue, and kindling as needed–avoiding those with images of the former leaders–it is ill-advised for fears of being caught with the book in an unsuitable state. These concerns compel people to just burn the entire book to be safe, according to the source.“Officials from the Propaganda and Agitation Department who carriedout the inspection this time around are at a loss for words because it’s notjust a few households devoid of any Kim family literature — it’s almost all of them,” she said. “Afraid that reporting this to their superiors in the Central Party will reflect poorly on their work and character, opening them up to myriad punishments, they’re all staying tight-lipped about what they’ve seen.” *The content of this article was broadcast to the North Korean people via Unification Media Group. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News News US dollar and Chinese reminbi plummet against North Korean won once again
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Trending Videos Our up-to-date timeline of coronavirus’ impact on the auto industry We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? 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According to Robert Poëti, chief executive officer for la Corporation desConcessionnaires d’Automobiles du Québec (CCAQ), a long-time and long-debated prohibition is being temporarily lifted.Until now, Quebec’s Office de la protection du Consommateur (OPC) didn’t allow the last part of a new car transaction to be completed online. The law is clear: the client has to sign the contract within the dealership’s walls.https://youtu.be/8OYhG68HpncBut in these critical times, “online sales to those who must change vehicles during this period is permitted,” the CCAQ now says in a press release, as well as in a YouTube video. “At no point during the sale will there be any physical contact between the customer and the employees of the concession,” adds the association governing almost all the 850 dealerships in La Belle Province.The government’s consumer protection agency, however, is not acknowledging the change. “The law has not been modified and no authorization has been given that allows violation of the law” OPC spokesperson Charles Tanguay emailed Driving.ca. “The Office therefore invites car dealers to take the necessary measures to comply with the law.”“However, in the current context, the Office clearly understands the difficulties experienced by concessionnaires and may take them into account when monitoring the laws for which it is responsible,” the email continued. “The Office will apply the law with judgment and discernment.”Quebec’s first digital new car saleSo we could be about to celebrate the first ever online new car sale in Quebec — or not. Imagine the historical scene, a sales rep delivering the contract to the client’s home, leaving it on the front porch for him to sign, then taking it back, signing it as well, and leaving on the same front porch the new car’s keys, wrapped in disinfectant wipes.We’ll likely never really know who will be the one to make this milestone happen — or, perhaps, already has. Interviewed last week while dealerships were still operating, Poëti told Driving.ca some dealerships with advanced tech departments were already selling new cars 100-per-cent online while discussions regarding an exception were going on with the OPC.RELATED Trending in Canada Created with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.2 In this Wednesday, April 26, 2017, photo, Chevrolet Camaros are lined up in the lot of a Chevrolet dealership in Richmond, Va. Steve Helber / Associated Press COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS See More Videos RELATED TAGSFlexNew VehiclescoronavirusFlexnew car quarantineQuebecquebec dealershipsselling a car online With Quebec taking an ever more aggressive approach to the coronavirus crisis, the province announced March 23 all non-essential businesses are to be closed until at least April 13.Even if swapping winter tires for summers may not be considered crucial, our cars all have transmission trouble or electric issues once in a while, not to mention accidents.So if medical staff, transportation workers and grocery employees are not to be left without the cars they need to drive to work, dealerships’ service departments will have to stay open. Will we see special incentives and rebates to help sell those lot-fillers? Maybe not. Although the vehicle inventories will last a while, there will be a shortage of new vehicles later on, especially if assembly plants keep closing one after another and extend their shut-downs. advertisement Online used car sales startup faces legal challenge from Ontario dealershipsOf the various solutions deployed by dealerships to reach out to consumers – home test-drives, home pick-up and delivery of vehicles in need of repair – this step sought to bring a little business into deserted showrooms. Dealers in Montreal and its suburbs all told Driving.ca that Poëti’s estimates were spot-on: visits and sales dropped for the month of March by some 50 per cent, if not more.But nobody wanted to confirm they’d proceeded with online new vehicle sales yet.Not a toilet-paper panic buyYou ask, Who really needs to buy a car in these uncertain times? Surprisingly, consumers are still shopping for new vehicles.When we stopped by dealerships north of Montreal yesterday, just before the business-shut-down government announcement, we saw sales representatives negotiating with clients. In a province where almost half of automobile transactions are leases, remember some motorists’ long-term contracts could be ending soon, and may be considering a new model.On top of that, coronavirus seems to be discouraging car-sharing and public transit; some dealers noted a sudden increase in their used vehicles department’s activity these past weeks.For consumers worried about inventory shortage – we mean you the toilet-paper hoarder types – dealerships we interviewed said they have more than enough vehicles to fulfill two or three months of regular sales. If a downturn is recorded, it means virtually all models, trims and colors will be in stock until at least mid-summer.“Dealerships were about to start their busiest time of the year, so they had already pre-ordered what they thought they would need for this spring,” says Poëti. “They received their vehicles last month, before the slowdown. Go drive around your neighbourhodd dealerships and check for yourself, you’ll see how full their parking lots are.” Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” ‹ Previous Next ›
Houses Handed Over to Hurricane Victims InformationDecember 27, 2012 Advertisements RelatedHouses Handed Over to Hurricane Victims RelatedArchives Critical to Jamaica’s History FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Some 186 of the 500 houses promised to Jamaicans who lost their homes during the passage of Hurricane Sandy in October, have been delivered to persons in eastern parishes, Project Director for the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme (JEEP), Lucille Brodber, has said. In a recent interview with JIS News, she also noted that work is on-going to deliver the remaining units by the end of January, 2013. Ms. Brodber informed that the houses are being constructed in St Mary, St Thomas and Portland. “The number of units that we have completed to date is 186 and this is broken down as follows: Central St. Mary, 21; South East St. Mary, 14; West St. Mary, 14; East Portland, 46; West Portland, 31; East St. Thomas, 50; and West St. Thomas 10,” she said. The Government is funding 50 per cent of the cost of the units, while Food for the Poor is providing the other 50 per cent. In early December the Government announced that the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) engineering regiment was assisting in the construction of the units, in a bid to speed up the process. The project, which commenced in November, is being jointly undertaken by the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing and Food for the Poor. RelatedHouses Handed Over to Hurricane Victims
For Whom The Bell Rings Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility Share ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party 0:30 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List Related Stories 0:30Mark Nelson is manager of Horticulture & Landscaping at Piedmont Park. The 181 acre park is sometimes referred to as the ‘Central Park’ of Atlanta. The land was originally owned by Benjamin Franklin Walker who, in 1887, sold it to the Gentlemen’s Driving Club – which became the Piedmont Driving Club – and where the park got its name.
Add to My List In My List Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility Related Stories ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Share For Whom The Bell Rings If you want to start the new decade with a new pet, LifeLine Animal Project has a deal for you.The nonprofit is offering $20 pet adoptions all month for dogs weighing more than 25 pounds and all cats as a part of its “Ring In The Roaring 20s” promotion.Vaccinations, the pet’s spay or neuter surgery and a microchip are included with the adoption, saving prospective pet parents major dollars since all of these services are valued at $300, according to LifeLine’s website.About 1,000 homeless pets are in their care across their locations in Metro Atlanta: LifeLine Community Animal Center, 3180 Presidential Drive, Atlanta, GA 30340LifeLine Cat Adoption Center, 3172 E Ponce de Leon Ave., Scottdale, GA 30079DeKalb County Animal Services, 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Chamblee, GA 30341Fulton County Animal Services, 860 Marietta Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318Some of the pets available for adoption can also be viewed on LifeLine’s website.
DOJ Uses Civil Rights-Era Law To Charge Protesters And Insurrectionists Georgia officials say it’s too early to determine whether the shooting that left eight dead at massage parlors in the Atlanta area was a hate crime.The suspect, Robert Aaron Long, of Woodstock, Georgia, was questioned by officials and authorities said he had frequented parlors in the past and may have a potential “sex addiction.” But officials wouldn’t say whether the parlors where the shootings occurred were places where sex took place.Long is accused in a series of shootings over nearly an hour at three Atlanta-area massage parlors that left eight people dead and raised fears that the attack was another hate crime against Asian Americans. Officials say he has admitted to the shootings but said they were not racially motivated.They are still investigating.The attacks began Tuesday evening when five people were shot at Youngs Asian Massage Parlor near Woodstock, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Atlanta. Two people died at the scene, and three were taken to a hospital where two died.Long was expected to be arraigned Thursday. Share Related Stories Schools Are Dropping Mask Requirements, But A New CDC Study Suggests They Shouldn’t The Growing Power Of The AAPI Vote, By The Numbers Add to My List In My List
SunEdison prepares to sell TerraForm GlobalThe bankrupt renewable energy developer appears to be fishing for bidders for TerraForm Global, as many investors seem to prefer buying pieces instead of the whole SunEdison empire. July 21, 2016 Christian Roselund Legal Markets Markets & Policy Share SunEdison has requested that TerraForm Global take steps to facilitate its own sale, as revealed in a presentation by the yieldco to investors. TerraForm Global is the company which holds many of SunEdisons wind and solar projects outside the United States. In this presentation, TerraForm Global notes that it is in active discussions with SunEdison for a jointly-supported sales process, but the company has made no decision at present to support any bidder, structure or transaction.The news that SunEdison is looking for a buyer for TerraForm Global comes less than a month after CEO Ahmad Chatila was replaced by John S. Dubel, who was hired from outside SunEdison to restructure the company. It also comes as Bloomberg reports that SunEdison has not found a new buyer for the entire business, three months after filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Citing two anonymous sources, Bloomberg says that the company has received over 100 indications of interest for specific assets, including a controlling stake in its initial yieldco, TerraForm Power.TerraForm Global holds a fleet of 917 MW of wind and solar assets, including 307 MW of wind in Brazil and 299 MW of wind and solar in India, with its other assets spread across the developing world in Asia, Africa and South America. The company has not filed results since its last form 10-Q in November 2015, however a statement of preliminary Q1 results shows revenue of $47-52 million and a net loss of $0-8 million. 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