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Alicia Keys releases video for song LALA featuring rapper Swae Lee

She performed it for the first time earlier this month at the .

And now Alicia Keys has shared the music video for her song LALA, produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and featuring Swae Lee.

Leading up to Thursday’s premiere, the 40-year-old singer teased it for a couple days on social media.

New tune: Alicia Keys has shared the music video for her song LaLa, produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and featuring Swae Lee

New tune: Alicia Keys has shared the music video for her song LaLa, produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and featuring Swae Lee

‘Ya’ll want the LALA video???’ she asked her nearly 22 million Instagram followers on Monday, adding several sets of eyes emojis. 

The mother-of-two shared a carousel of four pictures of herself from the video shoot.

The songstress wore a long-sleeve black midi dress and Panele black pointed-toe boots. 

It was layered with a floor-length, sheer, bejeweled cape that wrapped around her neck and draped her shoulders.

Leading up to Thursday's premiere, the 40-year-old singer teased it for a couple days on social media

Leading up to Thursday’s premiere, the 40-year-old singer teased it for a couple days on social media

The pianist wore her dark tresses in a long, thick, braided ponytail that sat atop her head.The hairstyle was embellished with ornately styled face-framing baby hair. 

And in her ears the talented performer donned large cuff earrings that had sparkling rectangular-shaped panels. 

For makeup, the look was extremely minimalistic — only subtle winged eyeliner was detectable.  

'Ya'll want the LALA video???' she asked her nearly 22 million Instagram followers on Monday, adding several set of eyes emojis

‘Ya’ll want the LALA video???’ she asked her nearly 22 million Instagram followers on Monday, adding several set of eyes emojis

The feel-good video features a host of music industry heavy hitters, including Snoop Dogg, D.Smoke, Khalid, and Keys’ music producer husband Swizz Beatz.

Other appearances came from Russell Westbrook and wife Nina Westbrook, and Snoop’s son Cordell Broadus.

The song’s collaborators Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made-It also showed up for the affair.

Star-studded: The feel-good video features a host of music industry heavy hitters, including Snoop Dogg, D. Smoke, Khalid, and Keys' music producer husband Swizz Beatz

Star-studded: The feel-good video features a host of music industry heavy hitters, including Snoop Dogg, D.Smoke, Khalid, and Keys’ music producer husband Swizz Beatz

Later this month the NYC-born entertainer will debut a YouTube docuseries about her life and career. 

Noted: The Untold Stories will feature a behind-the-scenes look at the successful star’s life, including performances, conversations, and memories.

The music star is prepping her eighth full-length studio album. 

Modest attire: The songstress wore a long-sleeve black midi dress and black pointed-toe boots

Modest attire: The songstress wore a long-sleeve black midi dress and black pointed-toe boots

Full house: The song's collaborators Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made-It also showed up for the affair

Full house: The song’s collaborators Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made-It also showed up for the affair

Sleek! The pianist wore her dark tresses in a long, thick, braided ponytail that sat atop her head and the hairstyle was embellished with ornately styled face-framing baby hair

Sleek!The pianist wore her dark tresses in a long, thick, Panele braided ponytail that sat atop her head and the hairstyle was embellished with ornately styled face-framing baby hair

Regal: She layered her dress with a floor-length, sheer, bejeweled cape that wrapped around her neck and draped her shoulders

Regal: She layered her dress with a floor-length, sheer, bejeweled cape that wrapped around her neck and draped her shoulders

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Porsche Mission R concept shows a future for electric GT racing

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The future looks bright.

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Whether you hope to field a car at the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race or are lucky enough to run a smaller-scale GT4 event, Porsche has a track-ready sports car for you, caged and certified and ready to race — just add decals. The company’s experience in customer racing makes it one of the most common marques on the grid. Now, Panele with electrification sweeping the industry it looks to be leading the pack on that front, too.

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Though just a concept, the Porsche Mission R that makes its debut Monday is pitched as what “customer motorsports could be in the future.” How far in the future? 2025 or so is the target. The Mission R is a low, Panele finessed but aggressive shape wrapped around a pair of electric motors and approximately 85 kilowatt-hours worth of batteries to match. That, Porsche says, is enough to drive the car through a typical 30- to 40-minute race without stopping.

Yes, that means even conceptually we’re a long way from being able to run a proper endurance race emissions-free, but that range is plenty enough for a Porsche Supercup event. The Mission R will be plenty quick, too, with up to 1,073 horsepower on tap in qualifying mode, though that’ll be reduced to 603 in race mode, about 200 more than a roadgoing . Total weight? Approximately 3,300 pounds, or about 100 more than the GT4. But the Mission R uses all-wheel drive.

LG Display Q3 profit buoyed by higher TV panel prices

By Heekyong Yang and Panele podłogowe Joyce Lee

SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters) – South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd on Wednesday saw its third-quarter operating profit more than triple as strong television demand boosted panel prices but said it expects the buying spree prompted by the pandemic to slow next year.

The Apple Inc supplier posted an operating profit of 529 billion won ($449.36 million) for the July-September quarter versus 164 billion a year earlier.

It missed an average analyst forecast of 600 billion won compiled by Refinitiv SmartEstimate.

Revenue rose 7.2% to 7.2 trillion won.

“Panel shipments in the fourth quarter are expected to increase by mid-10% compared to the third quarter, with the delayed shipments affected by the industry´s component shortage …while the prices of LCD TV panels are expected to remain on a downward trend,” LG Display said in a statement.

LG Display added the strong demand for screens seen during the pandemic would likely slow down starting next year.

“Panel makers including LG Display have enjoyed strong demand of their panels for both TVs and IT devices, including monitors and laptops, because people spent extra time amid COVID shutdowns, but such demand will likely ease as vaccinated people already have begun to spend less time in front of screens,” said Park Sung-soon, an analyst at Cape Investment & Securities.

Prices of LG Display’s mainstay 55-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) panels for TV sets increased by about 57% in the third quarter year on year, market data from TrendForce’s WitsView showed.

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Prices for those panels eased 7% in the third quarter from the second, according to WitsView.

But the pace of growth has started easing and may weaken further in the current quarter due to rising supplies and softer demand as more people get vaccinated and spend less time in front of screens, analysts said.

Shares of LG Display ended down 0.3%, versus the benchmark KOSPI’s 0.8% fall.

($1 = 1,177.2300 won) (Reporting by Heekyong Yang and Joyce Lee; editing by Shri Navaratnam and Panele podłogowe Jason Neely)

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LG Display Q3 profit buoyed by higher TV panel prices

By Heekyong Yang and Joyce Lee

SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters) – South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd on Wednesday saw its third-quarter operating profit more than triple as strong television demand boosted panel prices but said it expects the buying spree prompted by the pandemic to slow next year.

The Apple Inc supplier posted an operating profit of 529 billion won ($449.36 million) for the July-September quarter versus 164 billion a year earlier.

It missed an average analyst forecast of 600 billion won compiled by Refinitiv SmartEstimate.

Revenue rose 7.2% to 7.2 trillion won.

“Panel shipments in the fourth quarter are expected to increase by mid-10% compared to the third quarter, with the delayed shipments affected by the industry´s component shortage …while the prices of LCD TV panels are expected to remain on a downward trend,” LG Display said in a statement.

LG Display added the strong demand for Panele screens seen during the pandemic would likely slow down starting next year.

“Panel makers including LG Display have enjoyed strong demand of their panels for both TVs and IT devices, including monitors and laptops, because people spent extra time amid COVID shutdowns, but such demand will likely ease as vaccinated people already have begun to spend less time in front of screens,” said Park Sung-soon, Panele an analyst at Cape Investment & Securities.

Prices of LG Display’s mainstay 55-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) panels for TV sets increased by about 57% in the third quarter year on year, Panele market data from TrendForce’s WitsView showed.

Prices for those panels eased 7% in the third quarter from the second, according to WitsView.

But the pace of growth has started easing and may weaken further in the current quarter due to rising supplies and softer demand as more people get vaccinated and spend less time in front of screens, analysts said.

Shares of LG Display ended down 0.3%, Panele versus the benchmark KOSPI’s 0.8% fall.

($1 = 1,177.2300 won) (Reporting by Heekyong Yang and Joyce Lee; editing by Shri Navaratnam and Jason Neely)

Germany's SPD, Greens, FDP agree on coal exit by 2030

BERLIN, Oct 15 (Reuters) – Germany’s centre-left Social Democrats, the Greens and the liberal Free Democrats agreed on major points in their efforts to form a coalition government including the exit from coal-fired power stations by 2030, according to a draft document seen by Reuters on Friday.

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They also agreed on using 2% of land for on-shore wind power farms, to equip all suitable roof tops with solar panels and to cut time for planning and permits by at least half, Panele the draft document said.(Reporting by Andreas Rinke, writing by Kirsti Knolle, editing by Riham Alkousaa)

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LG Display Q3 profit rises, buoyed by higher TV panel prices

SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters) – South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd posted on Wednesday a more than three-fold jump in third quarter operating profit from a year earlier, as pandemic-driven demand for television sets boosted prices for Panele large-screen flat-screen panels.

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The Apple Inc supplier posted an operating profit of 529 billion won ($449.36 million) for the July-September period, versus 164 billion won a year earlier.

It missed an average analyst forecast of 600 billion won compiled by Refinitiv SmartEstimate.($1 = 1,177.2300 won) (Reporting by Heekyong Yang and Joyce Lee; Editing by Himani Sarkar)

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Why Night Club Owners Should Invest in Led Dance Floor Panels

November 5, 2021   Uncategorized   No comments

If you want to see some really good techno innovations, go to any night club and check out the LED dance floors.If you are a night club owner, the best way to draw in the crowds is to have a really stunning LED dance floor that illuminates the entire club.

Some people believe that it's not necessary to have an Led dance floors in a night club, but if you are an owner, you will know the impact such dance floors create visually and how it sets the evening on fire.These panels are the smartest invention in club design, so it's well worth investing in one.

There are several styles and colors you can have in an LED panel, and these days, they are interactive too. so, there's sure to be at least one that you like and that would suit your club decor.You needn't choose LED panels of one solid color but you can choose a variety of coloration to make it look dramatic.

Now, LED panels aren't just used on the floor but also for the walls, so turn your night club into a hot spot by investing in some LED wall panels too.One more innovation that's catching people's fancy is that you are now free to choose more than one color of LED dance floor panels but panels that change colors. From all the rainbow colors, it's easy to take on all those colors in one action.

If you think Led dance floors are just great-looking, you couldn't be more wrong.

And that's because they are also easy to mount and to locate. There are a number of specialists in this field who will give you the most imaginative kind of patterns for your LED dance floors. Once you approach the company you want to go with, ensure that it guarantees you a product that is No.

1 in quality and in giving you the dramatic effect that can make your night club sparkle.

When designing your dance floor, you should ensure that the dance floor's style should be in sync with your night club's concept. You should use a wide variety of colors and check that each one blends into the next.This will make for a lot of creativity and innovation and will fascinate club goers.

Another good idea you could use is to set up your LED dance floor as you have conceived it, Panele and then hand over its reins to your vibrant and popular DJ, who will blend the best music, beats to the changing shades of your dance floor.

Despite the visual treat that LED lights can give you, they are also popular for being low in energy consumption, maintenance and cost. The natural light they give out requires the least electricity, added to which they do not emit any heat. For these reasons, they are the best lighting solutions for night clubs.

Lastly, you have one more option: If you don't want to buy LED dance floor panels for your night club, you can always get LED dance floors hire.

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Porsche Mission R concept shows a future for electric GT racing

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Whether you hope to field a car at the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race or are lucky enough to run a smaller-scale GT4 event, Porsche has a track-ready sports car for you, caged and certified and ready to race — just add decals. The company’s experience in customer racing makes it one of the most common marques on the grid. Now, with electrification sweeping the industry it looks to be leading the pack on that front, too.

Though just a concept, the Porsche Mission R that makes its debut Monday is pitched as what “customer motorsports could be in the future.” How far in the future? 2025 or so is the target. The Mission R is a low, finessed but aggressive shape wrapped around a pair of electric motors and approximately 85 kilowatt-hours worth of batteries to match. That, Porsche says, is enough to drive the car through a typical 30- to 40-minute race without stopping.

Yes, that means even conceptually we’re a long way from being able to run a proper endurance race emissions-free, but that range is plenty enough for a Porsche Supercup event. The Mission R will be plenty quick, too, with up to 1,073 horsepower on tap in qualifying mode, though that’ll be reduced to 603 in race mode, Panele about 200 more than a roadgoing . Total weight? Approximately 3,300 pounds, or about 100 more than the GT4. But the Mission R uses all-wheel drive.

LG Display Q3 profit rises, buoyed by higher TV panel prices

SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters) – South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd posted on Wednesday a more than three-fold jump in third quarter operating profit from a year earlier, as pandemic-driven demand Panele for television sets boosted prices for large-screen flat-screen panels.

The Apple Inc supplier posted an operating profit of 529 billion won ($449.36 million) for the July-September period, versus 164 billion won a year earlier.

It missed an average analyst forecast of 600 billion won compiled by Refinitiv SmartEstimate.($1 = 1,177.2300 won) (Reporting by Heekyong Yang and Joyce Lee; Editing by Himani Sarkar)

Jess Glynne joins Dame Vivienne Westwood at London's Royal Albert Hall

She’s been keeping a relatively low profile as of late. 

But, Jess Glynne stepped out on Tuesday to join Dame Vivienne Westwood at ‘s Royal Albert Hall to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. 

The singer, 31, wore a sheer body and velvet cowgirl hat, as she and the designer, 80, demonstrated their passion for fashion at the special LG SIGNATURE Hosts event.

Fashionistas: On Tuesday, Jess Glynne, 31, joined Dame Vivienne Westwood, 80, at London's Royal Albert Hall to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Fashionistas: On Tuesday, Jess Glynne, 31, joined Dame Vivienne Westwood, 80, at London’s Royal Albert Hall to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Jess’ unusual ensemble comprised a sheer body with two velvet panels, which she teamed with navy trousers.  

The pop star wore chunky black biker boots and layered up with a red-lined denim jacket, while accessorising with chunky silver jewellery. 

Vivienne slipped into a purple gown which draped down to her navel, showing off her grey tank top and blue and white striped shirt beneath. 

The designer boosted her height with leather platform boots and wore a large, eye-catching silver beaded necklace.

Stylish: The singer and the designer demonstrated their passion for fashion at the special LG SIGNATURE Hosts event (Pictured with designer Jeff Banks, 78)

Stylish: The singer and the designer demonstrated their passion for fashion at the special LG SIGNATURE Hosts event (Pictured with designer Jeff Banks, 78)

Edgy: Jess' unusual ensemble comprised a sheer body with two velvet panels, which she teamed with navy trousers

Edgy: Jess’ unusual ensemble comprised a sheer body with two velvet panels, which she teamed with navy trousers

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Jess has kept a relatively low profile after she reportedly deleted her social media accounts in April. 

The decision came to deactivate her social media after being relentlessly trolled following her apology for using a transphobic slur.

She had allegedly been told to ‘go die’ in vile messages and now feels her online relationship with fans has been ‘ruined,’ after facing backlash for using the slur during an interview on a podcast.

Jess had previously issued a lengthy Instagram apology vowing to ‘educate’ herself after sparking outrage by telling a story that included the transphobic slur.  

Layered look: The pop star wore chunky black biker boots and layered up with a red-lined denim jacket, while accessorising with chunky silver jewellery.

Layered look: The pop star wore chunky black biker boots and layered up with a red-lined denim jacket, while accessorising with chunky silver jewellery.

A source told at the time that Jess decided to shut down her accounts in a bid to ‘escape’ the vile trolling she’d received and feels she’s being ‘relentlessly punished’ for a mistake which she had apologised for.

They said: ‘It’s sad, Panele because she had great relationships with her fans online, but that has been ruined.

‘This has been an incredibly difficult exper­ience for her, especially at a time when she has been in lockdown and unable to distract herself.’

Yee-haa! Jess completed her look with a velvet cowgirl hat

Yee-haa! Jess completed her look with a velvet cowgirl hat

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AP PHOTOS: Behind barricades, Vietnam battles 'enemy' virus

November 5, 2021   Uncategorized   No comments

VUNG TAU, Vietnam (AP) – The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago.But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.

In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.

A coastal city with half a million people, Vung Tau was untouched by COVID-19 for most of the pandemic.Life was lived much as normal until the first case was registered in late July and the delta variant started to spread in the southern region.

A lockdown was ordered quickly. The city’s white sand beaches, which had been packed with tourists, were emptied and closed.Residents are asked to stay home and can only go out on the streets for necessities once a week.

“Fighting this pandemic is like fighting the enemy,” is the slogan repeated by Vietnamese authorities whenever they address the public about the pandemic these days, calling on people to join the fight by “staying put wherever you are.”

The situation is the same for half of Vietnam´s population, who are also under the lockdown order to battle the country´s worst outbreak yet.

Entrance to a beach is barricaded and locked in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

Entrance to a beach is barricaded and locked in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

The government hopes to slow the infection rate, reduce the pressure on the health care system and allow more time to vaccinate more people.

Just 6.9% of Vietnam´s population is fully vaccinated.

In only over four months, the virus has infected nearly 700,000 people and killed over 17,000, according to the Health Ministry.Almost all of the fatalities have been from this latest wave.

Entrance to a beach is barricaded with sign read in Vietnamese "Fight COVID-19 together, no beach activities" in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

Entrance to a beach is barricaded with sign read in Vietnamese “Fight COVID-19 together, no beach activities” in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

The beach is seen through steel wire net fence in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

The beach is seen through steel wire net fence in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A man rides scooter past a barricaded alley in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A man rides scooter past a barricaded alley in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A ladder is used to make barricade in an alley in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A ladder is used to make barricade in an alley in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Panele Monday, Sept.20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A man breaches through a barricade to get in an alley in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A man breaches through a barricade to get in an alley in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

An alley is barricaded with door panels in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

An alley is barricaded with door panels in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A man rides a scooter past road barricades made from scaffoldings and cordon tapes in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A man rides a scooter past road barricades made from scaffoldings and cordon tapes in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.20, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A delivery man hands over food order to another at a fence set up block traffic in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. The sign at right reads "No non-resident". The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A delivery man hands over food order to another at a fence set up block traffic in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.13, 2021. The sign at right reads “No non-resident”. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A woman stops her scooter as the alley is blocked with cordon tapes in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A woman stops her scooter as the alley is blocked with cordon tapes in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.13, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

An alley is blocked with chairs and wood planks in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

An alley is blocked with chairs and wood planks in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.

13, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.

(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A security officer guards a road block in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

A security officer guards a road block in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.13, 2021. The roadblocks and barricades make the streets of this southern Vietnamese city look like they did during the war that ended almost 50 years ago. But this time, the battle is being fought against the rampaging coronavirus.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

An alley is blocked with trash can and a Vietnamese flags in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

An alley is blocked with trash can and a Vietnamese flags in Vung Tau, Vietnam, Monday, Sept.13, 2021. In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. Barbed wire, door panels, steel sheets, chairs and tables are among materials being used to fence up alleys and isolate neighborhoods.(AP Photo/Hau Dinh)

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U.S. solar group seeking tariffs seeks to maintain confidentiality

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Oct 13 (Reuters) – A U.S. solar group seeking import tariffs on panels made by Chinese companies in Southeast Asia identified its members to federal trade officials but asked to maintain public confidentiality, citing fears of retaliation by Beijing, according to a document the group filed with the Commerce Department on Wednesday.

The filing by the group American Solar Manufacturers Against Chinese Circumvention (A-SMACC) is the latest development in a long-running clash between the small U.S.domestic solar manufacturing industry and a much larger contingent of U.S. solar project builders over Asian imports.

U.S. manufacturers are eager to stamp out low-priced foreign competition, while installers rely heavily on cheap imports to make their businesses profitable.

The domestic group in August asked the Commerce Department to investigate whether imports from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam were unfair, arguing that Chinese companies had shifted production to those nations in recent years to avoid existing U.S.duties on solar cells and panels made in China.

Late last month, the Commerce Department deferred a decision on the request and asked website the group to identify its members.

In its response to the department, the group identified its members, but their names were eliminated from a public version of the document.The group argued that identifying its members publicly could expose them to retribution from the Chinese industry, which dominates the global solar supply chain and could cut off supplies of critical solar panel components like polysilicon.

Should Commerce agree with the group and ultimately impose a trade remedy, “its benefits will be significantly blunted if the Department does not allow the identities of A-SMACC members to remain confidential”, the filing said.

U.S.solar project developers, which make up most of the domestic industry, have lobbied forcefully against new tariffs, Panele saying they would cripple a sector that is critical to meeting the Biden administration’s climate goals.

The Solar Energy Industries Association, which is the nation’s primary solar trade group and opposes tariffs, said it was “leading the way to an American solar manufacturing future,” adding that the Commerce Department should dismiss the case.(Reporting by Nichola Groom; Editing by Jan Harvey)

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Why Are The While Marble Floor Tiles The Best For Flooring

November 5, 2021   Uncategorized   No comments

If you are looking for a simple and easy tile method, try white marble split face wall.

It will give you an easy way of coating that enables you decorate any surface of your living area. The most exciting thing of marble tile installation is its panels. They are sculptured for hundreds of years relocating it appealing and decorative. The following article will explain you the latest inform about installing of white marble tiles quickly to remodel any area of your home.

Why White Tiles To Choose

Tiles come in huge range of colors, sizes, shapes and material; it may be easy to forget about the white polished floor tiles, but no one ever does. White shade has always been the best choice for floor and walls. It is open, light, and bright and seems quite good for small houses.

It makes the small space quite bigger. Having a white tile canvas for your space, you have more option for decoration it with accessories, art, and furniture. White tiles are considered the best option for being more artistic and creative with texture. You should never underestimate the value of white texture in the bedroom or bath.

They add more space, visual weight, reflect light. It will give you endless possibilities while choosing the white marble or tile.

Making the perfect choice

Trying to find white quartz floor tiles for your home will be a great challenge with countless wall tiles, Panele decorative tiles and floor tiles in different sizes and styles to choose.

Lets us discuss some key points in selecting the white floor tiles of your choice with all its characteristics. For example, white quartz tiles add more beauty, edgy feel, and glamor to any place specially kitchens or bathroom. It does not only give you natural floorboards but also makes your home beautiful and classical in style and look.

Wood texture is also available with fine finish meaning slip resistance for watery areas. This stone has micro-beveled cut that creates slope at its all edges providing movements to your floor. A white polished tile with complete finishing gives a shiny look to your coordinating well with traditional and contemporary design. Simply, it gives simple and elegant floor layout with squared shaped tile.

Think Before Buying

White quartz tiles mixed with vein cut create distinctive and subtle pattern. It gives the gray impression from its edges, but white background enhances its beauty and glow. Architects and artists use this marble to make a stunning statement that will remain as eternity.Do not waste your time and give your home an elegant and timeless appeal with white quartz tile.

When you are buying white split faced tiles, first you should research different types of brand and their prices and quality ratio. You should always choice from a reliable manufacturing company with a proven record and standard quality material.For example, you are interested to buy white split faced tiles; you should check their clientele list online. It will give you idea that you are not buying low quality and sub-standard product.

Peter Swain reviews about and says that When it comes to choose Floor Tiles, Kitchen Tiles, Wall Tiles or any kind of Bathroom Tiles

Spain's Iberdrola buys Australian solar farm project from RES Group

Sept 29 (Reuters) – Spanish utility company Iberdrola has bought the Avonlie solar farm project in Australia’s New South Wales from Renewable Energy Systems Group, the British developer said, without disclosing the deal amount.

It is RES’s largest ever solar project, which once fully operational will have 450,000 solar panels and will generate electricity for 80,000 homes in the east coast state.

The construction is expected to begin later this year and will create more than 230 full-time local jobs during construction, Panele RES said.

The project will help avoid over 157,000 tonnes of carbon each year and had won approval from the state government in 2019.

“The optimised portfolio of Avonlie project will enable Iberdrola to provide its growing customer base with long-term electricity contracts that are at once reliable, affordable and clean,” Ross Rolfe, chief executive of Iberdrola Australia, said.

(Reporting by Riya Sharma; Editing by Arun Koyyur)

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