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The key to unlocking Africa’s economic potential

B & FT Online 26 Sep 2022
The International Monetary Fund projects that under the AfCFTA, Africa’s expanded goods and labour markets will become more efficient; thus driving a significant increase in African countries’ competitiveness ... Stanford University ... Project Syndicate, 2022. www.project-syndicate.org.
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Fiona blackouts draw renewed scrutiny of Puerto Rico’s electric grid woes

The Hill 25 Sep 2022
Since its release, spending on the project has been slow-going ... The vast majority — 81 percent — of those expenditures were used for emergency work, while just 8 percent was spent on permanent projects.    ... Laboy noted that much of the funding didn’t come through until 2020, so the projects couldn’t start until recently.  .
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Tier One Silver Comments on Recent Promotional Activity Pursuant to OTC Markets Request

Eagle-Tribune 24 Sep 2022
On September 19, 2022, the Company engaged Stanford & Turner Marketing Group to assist with disseminating information about the Company, its projects and the junior resource business ... Hurricane Silver, Coastal Batholith, Corisur and the flagship project, Curibaya.
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Yanked from 2021 Lineup, Kam Fab Starts Again and Plays Like He Belongs

Modesto Bee 24 Sep 2022
The young safety is another positive reclamation project for the new staff. Kamren Fabiculanan could do something on Saturday night against Stanford that didn't happen a year ago — start Click to Continue » ... .
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Mayor’s message | Watsonville has exciting events on tap

Santa Cruz Sentinel 24 Sep 2022
In Watsonville, October will have exciting events, community-building opportunities, and important projects around our city ... • Also recently completed was a $200,000 road repair project to address potholes and spot repairs on Hangar Way, Clifford Avenue, Stanford Street and Martinelli Street.
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An Illinois man is serving a life sentence for 6 grams of cocaine. He is ...

Finger Lakes Times 19 Sep 2022
... of the Illinois Prison Project who represents Michael Lightfoot ... In 2012, voters in California chose to reform the state’s three strikes statute, enacted in 1994, according to Stanford Law School’s Three Strikes Project, which represents people convicted under the statute.
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Tensions rise between the LA Times and its billionaire owner

Politico 19 Sep 2022
A Stanford graduate who was focused on community development projects in Los Angeles, Nika Soon-Shiong had grown interested in improving the paper amid criticism of its coverage of nonwhite communities ... Sheriff’s Department; and for coverage and major projects on climate change.
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Flywheel Fund Launches Innovative Pilot Fellowship with Stanford Law School to Reduce the Burden of ...

Victoria Advocate 15 Sep 2022
Lang Professor of Law and Dean of Stanford Law School ... Ralph Richard Banks, Jackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, the co-founder and Faculty Director of the Stanford Center for Racial Justice, will serve as research advisor to the pilot project ... Stanford does not endorse the Flywheel Income Share Loan.
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Leisure meets heritage in rural Yunnan

Shenzhen Daily 15 Sep 2022
OVER a decade after opening his first hotel and cultural center in Xizhou Township of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Brian Linden and his team opened their third project in 2021 in the province’s Shaxi Township, with the new site overlooking an ancient Bai ethnic village and a tranquil lake.
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Feature: Leisure meets heritage at rural China cultural center

People Daily 14 Sep 2022
13 (Xinhua) -- Over a decade after opening his first hotel and cultural center in Xizhou town of southwest China's Yunnan Province, Brian Linden and his team opened their third project in 2021 in the province's Shaxi township, with the new site overlooking an ancient Bai ethnic village and a tranquil lake.
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Leisure meets heritage at rural China cultural center

Beijing News 14 Sep 2022
14 (Xinhua) -- Over a decade after opening his first hotel and cultural center in Xizhou town of southwest China's Yunnan Province, Brian Linden and his team opened their third project in 2021 in the province's Shaxi township, with the new site overlooking an ancient Bai ethnic village and a tranquil lake.
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Univ. of Michigan’s ZEUS will be most powerful laser in US

The Associated Press 14 Sep 2022
Record high temperatures in urban Europe as heat waves bake the planet more often. Devastating floods, some in poorer unprepared areas ... It is ... Stanford University climate scientist Chris Field, who led the report project a decade ago, said the scientists got the warnings right, but “we may have been too conservative” in the language used ... ___ ... ___ ... ___ ... .
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Illinois man serving life sentence for 6 grams of cocaine fights to be freed

Dispatch Argus 14 Sep 2022
... of the Illinois Prison Project who represents Michael Lightfoot ... In 2012, voters in California chose to reform the state’s three strikes statute, enacted in 1994, according to Stanford Law School’s Three Strikes Project, which represents people convicted under the statute.
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As new Covid boosters move forward, better outreach is needed to save US lives

Metro USA 13 Sep 2022
In 2021, as a researcher for the Stanford Internet Observatory’s Virality ... Prior to that, she was an associate researcher and writer for the Stanford Internet Observatory’s Virality Project, a coalition of research entities that investigated online Covid-19 vaccine misinformation.

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