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IPSA Shares Boosted By Settlement In Turbocare Dispute
LONDON (Alliance News) - IPSA Group PLC on Wednesday said it has reached a settlement in its dispute with Turbocare SpA over the amount it owed to the latter under the sale and purchase agreements for turbines it acquired in 2007.
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Most Tory MPs back NHS pay rise, new poll shows
The 9% pay rise is recommended by IPSA which is totally independent of the government and created with the intent that MPs wouldn't get to decide their own pay.
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A �28 B&B instead of a �150 hotel room - the local MPs who claim the least on ...
AN MP has told how he spends only �28 a night staying in a bed and breakfast while in London - despite being allowed to claim �150.
No end in sight for Brazil's troubled economy as election looms
brazil Around the world, emerging markets have been slumping, dragged down by the combination of weak demand in Europe and the US and by the prospect of US monetary tightening.
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MPs expenses probes could be secret
It also amounts to a second U-turn on the issue. Initially Ipsa's rules indicated that the names of MPs under investigation should be released when probes were launched, but the body's compliance officer Luke March then refused to do so on the basis it ...
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Obesity risk rises if antibiotics given before age two: study
Kids who get treated with broad-spectrum antibiotics before age two face a higher risk of childhood obesity, said a US study on Monday.
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Week ahead: ECB and US non-farm payrolls in focus
Traders will be focusing on the European Central Bank's policy meeting on Thursday after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi indicated this past week that he is open to the possibility of adopting further easing measures should they be required.
Impact assessments can help curb red tape � MEC
If government is serious about eliminating red tape, then regulatory impact assessments should be made compulsory for all proposed major legislation, Western Cape Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde said on Monday.
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MDCAN Describes Joint Health Workers' Demands as Ridiculous
They want university lecturers employed to teach in the teaching hospitals to be replaced by non-academic consultants? Res ipsa locutor! On definition of functions and powers of honorary consultants, he stated: �This matter is before the National ...
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