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Businesses urge more imports to fill meat supply gap Local cattle breeders project a large beef deficit this year and suggest shipments from abroad to bolster domestic stocks. Maine’s governor says a state-owned site on the coast of Maine will serve as the location of an offshore wind port critical to developing the nation’s first floating offshore wind power research array. Benchmark U.S. crude oil for March delivery fell $1.01 to $78.18 per barrel Tuesday. Brent crude for April delivery fell $1.22 to $82.34 per barrel.Wholesale gasoline for March delivery fell 6 cents to $2.28 a gallon. Georgia House leaders are signaling Medicaid health coverage won’t be expanded in 2024. A bill introduced Tuesday by a top lieutenant to Republican House Speaker Jon Burns proposes to create a Comprehensive Health Care Commission.

  • These partnerships signal VinFast’s strategic move to grow its distribution network in the Indonesian market, fortifying its new brand presence and global competitiveness.
  • February 14, 2024 • New research finds that people who use it the most tend to use it like a credit card, instead of a credit card.
  • The transaction, two years in the making, was terminated in January after a months-long stalemate on who’ll lead the new entity.
  • The smart money is moving into decarbonisation, says sustainable business group.
  • Whirlpool plans to sell its stake at Rs 1230 per share, a 7.6 per cent discount from Monday’s closing price, with the transaction expected to be finalized by Wednesday.