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The meat industry and its modern ways of processing

The meat industry is a huge industry due to large livestock consumption such as cattle, pigs, poultry, sheep, and goats. Due to high demands, it has paved the way for modern ways of meat processing which mainly includes machines for slaughter and packaging. The primary meat processing industry is an …

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Job vacancies soar as skills shortage bites

Jobs vacancies in the UK are soaring but there are not enough workers to fill them, a report suggests. The easing of Covid restrictions and reopening of various sectors meant demand for workers rose at its fastest rate in May for more than 23 years, according to a KPMG …

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Sunak ‘confident’ of reaching tech tax agreement

Chancellor Rishi Sunak says he is “confident” of reaching a global agreement on digital taxation ahead of a meeting of world finance leaders. Tax on big tech and multi-nationals has been a source of friction between the US and countries including the UK. The US announced sanctions this week but …

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Millions struggle to pay broadband bills in UK

About 2.5 million people in the UK are behind on broadband payments, according to a survey from Citizens Advice. The number has jumped by about 700,000 since before the pandemic, when 1.8 million people owed money to their provider. Young people and those with children under 18 were worst affected. …

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Abiola Abdulkareem Discusses How To Start A Foundation

Abiola Abdulkareem has extensive knowledge of the legality of organizations. A history of providing legal assistance has helped Abiola Abdulkareem help law firms. Starting a foundation can be confusing for those who are unfamiliar with all the necessary steps. What Constitutes A Foundation? A private foundation is technically an independent …

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