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Expect better from Spectrum deals

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Yes, we all know on TV that Spectrum claims to be good. That’s not as far as I’m concerned. Spectrum is bad. My experience: I was told I had to convert to a Spectrum account. After all was said and done, that cost me around $60 to $70. My monthly bill also went up $25. I called them and after arguing with them, it was reduced $10. But that is only good for one year.I didn’t get any extra channels ( I have just the basic Tiers 1 and 2 ). By the way Tier 1 and Tier 2 are basically the same. You have to have both of them, I was told.Did you also see in one of their pamphlets, that people on Medicaid would receive the box free for five years?Many people I know have expressed their disapproval of this company. When will the rate increases stop, and the customer service improve?Edward HedlundClifton ParkMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationHigh-risk COVID exposure reported in Clifton ParkEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

Sec Cap loses fourth high-flier

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Kilmartin takes Portfolio tally to three

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‘Environment is fine’ claims eco-sceptic

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Inner city

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$2bn fund kicks off US bank’s Euro-plans

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Retail: Waiting for Paradise

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PREMIUMCustoms and excise office adopts blockchain tech to cut logistics costs

first_imgLog in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Topics : Google Indonesia ibm Maersk TradeLense customs-and-excise logistics shipping-industry blockchain Facebook The Directorate General of Customs and Excise has adopted blockchain technology for information sharing in an effort to reduce shipping costs and eliminate inefficiency resulting from paper-based processes.The directorate general announced on Tuesday that it was using IBM and Maersk’s TradeLense–one of the most popular open supply chain platforms based on blockchain technology that enables real-time end-to-end information sharing and collaboration.The office’s information and technology director, Agus Sudarmadi, said a digital transformation was needed to bring down logistics costs and ease document processing at the customs and excise directorate general.“This technology allows us to use single documentation where everyone involved in the supply chain can see the data,” he said during a press conference on digital transformation. “As such, there … Linkedinlast_img read more

Indonesian bourse caps stock drops at 10% as equities start to rebound after bruising day

first_imgTopics : The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) has issued a new regulation that allows stocks, at all price ranges, to fall by a maximum of 10 percent in an effort to anchor the Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) after a deep drop on Monday.The new auto-rejection regulation came into force Tuesday, when stocks rebounded on early trading. The rule stipulates that the bourse will allow stocks with prices ranging from Rp 50 (0.3 US cent) to Rp 200 to rise 35 percent and to fall a maximum of 10 percent.Read also: OJK relaxes buyback rules as Indonesian stocks nosedive more than 6% Stocks with prices of between Rp 200 and Rp 5,000 will be allowed to increase by a maximum of 25 percent and decline by just 10 percent, while equities priced higher than Rp 5,000 will be allowed to jump by a maximum of 20 percent and fall by 10 percent.Previously, the auto-rejection ceiling and floor percentages were set at the same level for each price range.“The Indonesia Stock Exchange’s changes to the auto-rejection limits are intended to ensure orderly, reasonable and efficient equities trading,” the bourse’s statement reads.The JCI, the main gauge, jumped by 0.29 percent at opening on Tuesday and soared a further 2.07 percent to 5,242.94 as of 9:44 a.m. Jakarta time after plunging 6.58 percent on Monday to a three-year low amid virus fears and an oil price war.center_img Read also: Oil crash sparks ‘Black Monday’ meltdown on virus-hit marketsThe Financial Services Authority (OJK) on Monday evening also announced a policy to allow listed companies to buy back their shares without a prior shareholders meeting to ease market volatility.“This is as an effort to stimulate the economy and reduce the impact of the significantly fluctuating market,” the OJK said in a statement. (prm)last_img read more

French ski resort a slippery slope to virus for Ukraine MPs: Report

first_imgSeveral Ukrainian political figures who holidayed at a French ski resort have caught the coronavirus, and passed it on to others, a magazine reported Friday.At least five deputies in the Ukrainian parliament, plus a judge, have caught the “Courchevel virus” according to the Novole Vremia weekly. One of the MPs who caught the disease, Serghi Shakhov, and judge Viktoria Djarty confirmed that they had visited the Courchevel resort in the French Alps, which is very popular with Ukrainians and Russians, around March 18 which is a holiday in Ukraine.Some fellow deputies caught the virus from Shakhov upon his return from France and had to be hospitalised and quarantined, according to the magazine.Andriy Bohdan, a former head of Ukraine’s  presidential administration, also took a holiday at Courchevel in March.He posted a photo of his COVID-19 test on Facebook, saying it was “negative”.Businessman Valery Khoroshkovsky, former head of the Ukraine secret service, was one of those hospitalised Ukraine authorities have cordoned off a wealthy Kiev suburb where 30 of the country’s 942 coronavirus cases have been recorded.In Russia, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has pointed to the Courchevel resort as a source of the virus.”Many” Muscovites have come back from the French ski resort, bringing the virus back in their suitcases,” he said in late March.Ski stations in Austria and the United States have also been hit by the virus, according to media reports. Topics :last_img read more