The Tesla Model 3 AWD scores perfect in new U.S. crash tests

first_img See More Videos Trending Videos COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever RELATED TAGSSedanNon-LuxuryElectric CarsElectric VehiclesNew VehiclesNon-Luxury Trending in Canada We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. advertisement Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan”center_img The Tesla Model 3 all-wheel-drive has just earned itself a five-star overall crash rating from American federal highway officials.The popular electric car scored the exact same as the rear-wheel-drive-only model in NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) testing, which is to say, perfect, according to Green Car Reports.The official data hasn’t been released, but the dual-motor Model 3 apparently passed with flying colours, scoring five stars for front-and passenger-side front protection; for front and rear barrier and pole protection; and in a calculated rollover test. One of the marks the NHTSA scored against the car was for the lack of dynamic head restraints. The car’s active safety features got thumbs-up from the administration, though.Another safety authority, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), was not as keen on the car’s driving aids, specifically because they ramped up owners’ tendencies to think of the car as “self-driving.”“One name in particular – [Tesla’s] Autopilot – signals to drivers that they can turn their thoughts and their eyes elsewhere … None of these systems reliably manage lane-keeping and speed control in all situations,” the IIHS wrote in a report.RELATED PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | Driving.ca virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | Driving.ca Tesla Model 3 aces safety agency’s crash testsThe NHTSA achievement marks an improvement for the Model 3 compared to when it was last tested, earning better scores for its headlights, and earning the top score for its standard automatic emergency braking system. ‹ Previous Next › The Model 3 also earned top scores in Europe, which happens even more rarely. IIHS’ latest top safety standards give auto industry a rough ridelast_img read more

As MERS persists, WHO cites hospital-linked clusters

first_imgSaudi Arabia reported two more MERS-CoV cases over the weekend, and today the World Health Organization (WHO) said inadequate hospital infection control measures may be partly to blame for the continuing series of cases in the country.At the same time, the WHO said the overall transmission pattern for MERS-CoV (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus) has not changed in the past several months, with no sign of sustained human-to-human transmission or airborne transmission.Latest casesThe two latest cases in Saudi Arabia involve a 50-year-old Saudi woman in the southern province of Najran and a 56-year-old Saudi man in Dhahran on the Persian Gulf, the Saudi Ministry of Health (MOH) reported in statements on Feb 7 and yesterday.The woman has preexisting disease and is in critical condition, while the man has no preexisting illness and is stable, the MOH said. Neither patient is a healthcare worker, and neither had any contact with MERS patients. The man has no history of animal exposures, while officials are investigating whether the woman had any such exposure.The two infections raise the MOH’s MERS count to 857 cases, including 366 deaths and 475 recoveries. Sixteen patients are still being treated, the agency said.Meanwhile, in another Feb 7 statement, the MOH said 11 MERS cases had been confirmed since the beginning of this month, according to a machine translation posted on Avian Flu Diary, an infectious disease blog.The statement said all of the infections were acquired “outside hospitals.” It urged citizens to take precautions, including washing hands, avoiding contact with MERS patients, using cough etiquette, and avoiding contact with infected camels.WHO suspects infection control gapsThe WHO, in its first MERS-CoV summary and risk assessment since early June 2014, said it has been informed of 272 confirmed cases since then. Among them are 113 that were reported by Saudi Arabia that had onset before Jun 12, 2014; 147 reported by the Saudi MOH since then; and 12 reported by the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Austria, Jordan, and Turkey.The WHO noted that cases in Saudi Arabia decreased sharply in June, after several large hospital-related outbreaks in April and May.”However, cases continue to be reported from SAU [Saudi Arabia], including several hospital-associated clusters involving healthcare workers and patients in Taif city, Jubail city, and Riyadh,” the statement adds. “This suggests that hospital infection control measures may not be adequately adhered to in order to prevent healthcare-associated transmission.”The agency also commented that the number of reported recently by Saudi Arabia has been relatively small, but they have been widely scattered around the country. This suggests that the virus is spreading from animals to humans in various places and that transmission in healthcare settings continues.In other observations, the statement said that all five MERS cases reported by Iran last May and June were connected to one hospital in Kerman and were believed to be healthcare-associated. No further cases have been reported in the hospital or elsewhere in Iran since then.Transmission pattern seen as stableDespite continued cases, the WHO said it sees no change in the overall transmission pattern for MERS-CoV. It cites the following as evidence:The clinical picture hasn’t changed, in that secondary case-patients tend to have milder disease than primary case-patients.Cases recently exported to other countries have not resulted in sustained transmission to close contacts of the patients.Intensive screening of contacts of MERS patients has revealed very few instances of household transmission.There has been no increase in the size or number of household clusters.The WHO also reiterated previous warnings that people at risk for severe disease, such as those with diabetes, renal failure, or weak immunity, should avoid contact with camels, drinking raw camel milk or camel urine, and eating camel meat that is not thoroughly cooked. Also, the agency repeated its advice that those who work with camels should practice good personal hygiene and wear face protection and protective clothing.See also: Feb 7 MOH statement on new caseFeb 8 MOH statement on new caseAvian Flu Diary post with translated MOH statementFeb 5 WHO risk assessmentJun 13, 2014, CIDRAP News story on last WHO summary and risk assessmentlast_img read more

LR reveals MPV design

first_imgThe design is based on the existing 28,000 dwt NACKS 28K MPV. The new vessel is fitted with a 500 cu m LNG fuel containment system located aft and on deck over the engine room and the LNG fuel supply system.Three deck cranes (two with a 350-tonne capacity and one with a 100-tonne capacity) are situated on the port rail to offer some 800 tonnes of loading capacity.  www.nacks.com.cnwww.lr.orglast_img

Donaire defends title vs Magdaleno

first_img[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Donaire defends title vs Magdaleno ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]By ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – Filipino boxer Nonito Donaire Jr. is confident he’ll be keeping his World Boxing Organization (WBO) super bantamweight belt after he squares off with American Jessie Magdaleno today at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.The Talibon, Bohol-native Donaire said that, while he respects the ability and skills of Magdaleno, he is optimistic he can keep his title belt as his opponent “is too predictable.”“Magdaleno is very talented and he has a good amount of speed and a good amount of power,” Donaire said. “As I looked to study him he has pretty good pop and lateral movement and speed. I’m excited to be fighting him.”“I love the challenge but I think that my experience is going to be a big, key factor,” he added. “He has never faced anyone who can punch like I do or move like I can. He’s in the big leagues now. He’s more of a textbook fighter and easy to read.”The 24-year-old Las Vegas-native Magdaleno, for his part, said he believes he can score a win against the one-time Boxer of the Year awardee Donaire since the latter is already old and is past his prime.“Nonito is a fighter who still has the punching power despite his age, but he will face a younger fighter who will be ready – with quick reflexes, speed and punching power,” Magdaleno said.“I don’t think it’s going to be his night. It’s going to be mine – because I feel for this fight I’m coming in there at my best, it’s the perfect time,” he added. “I am young and I am hungry to win the championship.”Donaire has an impressive 37-3-0 win-loss-draw ring record, including 24 wins by way of stoppages. He has won his last four matches since a defeat to Nicholas Walters in 2012.Magdaleno, on the other hand, has a clean 23-0-0 slate with 17 KO wins. His last two victories, all by knockouts, came at the expense of Filipino boxers Vergel Nebran and Rey Perez./PNlast_img read more

NFL Helmet Nose Bumpers – Logo or Wordmark?

first_img Posted October 13, 2014 SportsLogos.Net shaydre1019 Germanshepherd If fitting then give secondary logos a chance to shine. If not than wordmark that bad boy up. Followers 0 7,570 posts Location:Toledo, OH TheRicSlick Members Share this post 1 Link to post 2 Share on other sites Posted October 13, 2014 Share on other sites 18 453 andycumbee19 Sign in to follow this   Members Share on other sites NFL Helmet Nose Bumpers – Logo or Wordmark? 2,242 posts All Activity Members TShaw528 Chromatic Share on other sites Share on other sites 844 Next SG89 Link to post NFL Helmet Nose Bumpers – Logo or Wordmark? 844 53,285 posts Share this post 844 0 0 OnWis97 Posted October 13, 2014 Posted October 13, 2014 Share this post Sports Logos Sean F&F 0 0 88 44 Sean F&F 44 Sports Logo News 0 Link to post 0 Members Link to post 844 tubby34 i think it would look better if the nose bumper didn’t exist Posted October 13, 2014 1,709 posts Better neither than either. Share on other sites 0 Posted October 13, 2014 It’s a rectangular space – most logos aren’t built for it. Wordmarks look better in almost all cases. Posted October 13, 2014 Share on other sites 22,644 Share this post andycumbee19 Location:Houston, Texas Members 824 Share this post I like wordmark…it’s long in nature and for most teams, fits the bumper better than a logo.Exactly how I feel. Spearhead Page 1 of 3   2,242 posts Location:Republic of Texas Link to post Members 3 Gothamite 4,836 posts mbannon92 Chromatic Recommended Posts I think it all depends on the team’s ability to “fill out” the bumper. Teams with logos that aren’t proportional in height/width may choose to go with the wordmark. TheRicSlick It should always be Christmas in New Jersey Vamos Hector! 175 Posted October 13, 2014 Share this post 253 Share on other sites Link to post 175 1 18 Now that Riddell is no longer the official helmet of the NFL, their name doesn’t appear on the front of the helmet. Before, if a player didn’t have a Riddell helmet, it would be blank or have a logo on it. Now every team has to do this.I’ve seen both wordmarks and logos and I prefer the wordmark. I think the logo, when it’s the same as the helmet logo, is just too much of the same thing.The Patriots have their main logo for their nose bumper.49ers tooColts have the wordmarkBrowns tooWhat do you guys prefer? 2,157 175 6,671 posts mbannon92 Spearhead Share on other sites 257 posts Link to post 2,157 843 posts CDixonDesign Members 253 This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted October 13, 2014 Bmac Next Posted October 13, 2014 Vamos Hector! Chromatic 1 453 2 Bmac I have to return some videotapes Wordmark. Logo is already featured on the helmet. 0 Members 44 175 Share this post 28 0 44 563 posts 1,027 Location:somewhere in Kansas… Share on other sites Link to post Followers 0 Members OnWis97 LEWJ Share this post Link to post Members 691 posts 0 Posted October 13, 2014 CDixonDesign 981center_img 0 4,350 posts Wordmark. How many times do you need to see the same damn logo? 4,436 TShaw528 54 Link to post Posted October 13, 2014 1 2,157 Forums Home Share on other sites All Activity 0 Page 1 of 3   228 54 Gothamite NFL Helmet Nose Bumpers – Logo or Wordmark? 22,644 Germanshepherd 2 I like wordmark…it’s long in nature and for most teams, fits the bumper better than a logo. Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites Share on other sites Prev Link to post 0 Members Link to post Location:Omaha, Nebraska 4,436 Bengals use their main logo but it’s not on the helmet so it’s a different situation.I’d like the Patriots to use the NE logo for theirs. I prefer the team logo. If the logo isn’t on the helmet I think the logo works (The Browns couls use the B football logo on their bumper), otherwise I prefer the wordmark. If a team has a secondary logo I think that works too, otherwise I feel like it’s just repetitive.Course, unless I’m forgetting a team, only the Bengals and Browns don’t use a logo on their helmet. 18 Share this post 2,179 posts Location:Indiana Favourite Logos:MSU Spartan Head, Kansas Jayhawk’s new rebrand, TB Buccaneers 97-13 primary, Jordan era Wizards logo,Charlotte Bobcats, Cubs mad43dog Members Banned Posted October 13, 2014 4,436 By Sean F&F, October 13, 2014 in Sports Logo News Wordmark. Logo is already featured on the helmet.But what if the Browns put the logo of their helmet on the….Nevermind. Word mark is perfect in my humble opinion. Logos look too clunky there 0 TheRicSlick Members Sean F&F tubby34 Location:somewhere in Kansas… Share on other sites What if there were no hypothetical questions? Posted October 13, 2014 88 2,699 posts Share this post Share on other sites 28 Share this post Link to post 88 Link to post Members Favourite Logos:MSU Spartan Head, Kansas Jayhawk’s new rebrand, TB Buccaneers 97-13 primary, Jordan era Wizards logo,Charlotte Bobcats, Cubs Link to post Posted October 13, 2014 Posted October 13, 2014 Forums Home @wrenwag five boroughs, one City. 824 If the logo isn’t on the helmet I think the logo works (The Browns couls use the B football logo on their bumper), otherwise I prefer the wordmark. If a team has a secondary logo I think that works too, otherwise I feel like it’s just repetitive.Course, unless I’m forgetting a team, only the Bengals and Browns don’t use a logo on their helmet.And the Vikings, Rams, and Eagles… 0 Share this post Link to post Members Share on other sites SG89 228 LEWJ 3 Tasty Posted October 13, 2014 Link to post 2,157 Link to post 0 Share this post 1,027 TheRicSlick 981 Share this post 54 Posted October 13, 2014 Location:Charlotte, NC Members 44 Link to post Members 228 If fitting then give secondary logos a chance to shine. If not than wordmark that bad boy up.Seconded. Share this post Sign in to follow this   Share this post 981 Share on other sites 5,735 posts 5,735 posts Chromatic 563 posts 1,027 0 Wordmark. Logo is already featured on the helmet.But what if the Browns put the logo of their helmet on the….Nevermind.Browns should do this. Posted October 13, 2014 mad43dog I’d prefer wordmark, but Denver’s looks too scrunched up on the bumper the way it is now. They could have stretched it out a bit more, IMO. Share this post 4,791 posts 844 Sean F&F 175 Wordmark. How many times do you need to see the same damn logo?Especially on the Browns helmet. 175 824 253 Share on other sites Share this post Posted October 13, 2014 Sports Logo News 453 14,934 posts Share this post Share on other sites Prev 28 22,644 Master of My Domain Name Link to post 9,294 posts 2,157 Go To Topic Listing Share this post 844 44 shaydre1019 2,157 Sports Logos Members Memberslast_img read more

Monthly Web Development Update 8/2018: The Cost Of JavaScript, Ethics In Open Source, And QUIC

first_img Monthly Web Development Update 8/2018: The Cost Of JavaScript, Ethics In Open Source, And QUIC Monthly Web Development Update 8/2018: The Cost Of JavaScript, Ethics In Open Source, And QUIC Anselm Hannemann 2018-08-17T11:57:10+02:00 2018-08-17T12:41:01+00:00Building technology and software has become a very responsible job. People trust the products we create, and they can have a significant impact on their lives, too. Considering this, we not only need to think about inclusive solutions, but also stand up and advocate for ethics, reliability, and security. It’s a position that gives us power.Eric Meyer published an article elaborating the problems which an HTTPS-only web is bringing along. In it, he reveals that developing countries suffer a lot from this development as they often have bad internet connections and, due to the encryption, they now experience more website errors than before. Ben Werdmüller jumped in and published the article “Stop building for San Francisco” in which he points out one of the biggest problems we have as developers: We use privileged hardware and infrastructure. We build experiences using the latest iPhones, Macbooks with Gigabit or fast 4G connections but never consider that most people we’re building for use devices and infrastructures that are far from being that well-equipped. Making the web more secure is a great idea, beyond question, but we should also keep in mind the consequences that the latest tech and our design decisions might have for others.NewsTypeScript 3.0 was released with a couple of convenient language features and fixes.Implemented in Chrome since quite a while already, Client Hints are an amazing feature. To improve privacy, the functionality of Client Hints for responsive images changed with Chrome 67. Colin Bendell explains the differences and why Client Hints are so useful for performance.Developers have been asking a lot about Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) and how to debug websites with it enabled. Now the WebKit team shares the ITP Debug Mode which gives you a lot more flexibility and tools to track down issues.Starting in October, most browsers will distrust Symantec TLS certificates entirely and, thus, block access to websites which still use them. Please update your certificate if you haven’t already.The latest version of Chrome (68) brings a new “not secure” notification when visiting HTTP pages. Be aware of this and upgrade your sites accordingly. Also new in Chrome 68 are the new Page Lifecycle API, a great new API for page events, as well as the Payment Handler API. HTTP cache is now ignored when requesting updates to a service worker, bringing Chrome in line with the spec and other browsers. Apart from that, the cursor values grab and grabbing are now unprefixed in the new version — finally.With so much happening on the web, what should we really pay attention to? At SmashingConf New York 2018 we’ll explore everything from PWAs, font loading best practices, web performance and eCommerce UX optimization, to refactoring CSS, design workflows and convincing your clients. With Sarah Drasner, Dan Mall, Sara Soueidan, Jason Grigsby, and many other speakers. Oct 23–24. Check the speakers →GeneralIf you’re building for Open Source, you need to decide which license your project should use. Now there’s a new option, the Just World License. It’s for developers who “agree in general with the principles of open source software but are uncomfortable with their software being used as part of efforts to destroy lives, our environment and our future”.Deep-learning machines are a big topic these days, but some people are exploring even better algorithms that outperform deep-learning machines easily at video games.Drew DeVault’s “Simple, correct, fast: in that order” is a great reminder to set priorities straight in web and software development.Jonathan Fulton wrote a handy resource called “The basic architecture concepts I wish I knew when I was getting started as a web developer”, which is a great web architecture 101 and foundation for newcomers in our industry.UI/UXEthics for Design is a project where twelve designers and researchers from eight European cities discuss the, sometimes harmful, impact of design on our societies and what designers can do to work for the good of all and not just a few.ToolingPrashant Palikhe wrote a long story about the art of debugging with Chrome’s Developer Tools, which I can highly recommend as it’s a very complete reference to get to know the developer tools of a browser. If you use another browser, that’s not a big problem as most tools are quite similar.WebP is an image format with a couple of nice features and likely one of the best-known new formats besides the common JPEG/PNG ones. However, creating WebP images can still be a challenge, so Jeremy Wagner wrote a guide on how to convert images to WebP.Douglas Creager introduces the new Network Error Logging which allows you to instruct user agents to collect the same set of information that would appear in your server logs.Many of us are addicted to communication tools like Slack. The folks from Wildbit decided to shut down Slack for a week — with a significant effect on how they work. An interesting case study about how we tend to get too comfortable with a useful tool and don’t use it as we should anymore. From time to time, it’s important to reset our minds.Dennis Reimann published the first stable version of UIEngine, a workbench for UI-driven development.SecurityA new Observer is around: The ReportingObserver API lets you know when your site uses a deprecated API or runs into a browser intervention. So far, it’s available in Chrome 69. You could easily use this to send errors that previously were only available in the Console to your backend or error handling service.Web PerformanceDo you remember QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections)? The protocol engineered by Google that they use internally and that is shaping up quite well for larger use? While the IETF is currently standardizing the format towards the end of the year, Cloudflare engineers now share their experience from testing it.A QUIC handshake only takes a single round-trip between client and server to complete, whereas TCP and TLS usually need two. (Image source)HTML & SVGWhen you have user-generated content, you often don’t know if you have just one element or a list of elements to output. At Colloq, we wanted to do semantics right and built a system that allows us to output a p tag when only one element is in the container, otherwise a ol/ul list with various list items.AccessibilityDave Rupert shares the A11Y Nutrition Cards, a project that attempts to digest and simplify the accessibility expectations when it comes to component authoring.Skip links are quite common accessibility features. Hampus Sethfors now wrote an article on why many of the links are still broken and how to fix them properly.JavaScriptOne year after they introduced their Progressive Web App, Zack Argyle from the Pinterest engineering team takes a look back. It’s important to note why they decided to build a PWA: “Our mobile web experience for people in low-bandwidth environments and limited data plans was not good”. But the results for them are amazing to see.Philip Walton introduces the new Page Lifecycle API which helps us determine page states in the browser more easily via events, such as the page being in the background (not visible), active, frozen or even terminated.Whoops, you all know eval() in JavaScript is bad, right? That’s why we usually forbid its usage in Content Security Policies. But Remy Sharp reminds us that there’s a line of code which is equally bad for security.Addy Osmani researched the cost of JavaScript in 2018 and now shares evidence that every byte of JavaScript is still the most expensive resource we can send to mobile phones because it can delay interactivity significantly. This is a problem especially for not so capable phones that are widely used outside the tech industry.Hidde de Vries explains how we can make page titles accessible in JavaScript Single Page Application.What’s the real cost of JavaScript? One of the findings from Addy Osmani’s research: It takes a low-end 2018 phone 32 seconds longer than an iPhone 8 to process JavaScript for CNN.com. (Image source)CSSMax Böck explored a few CSS Grid techniques to build the layouts of tomorrow with relatively simple code.Sara Soueidan explains how we can build inclusive toggle switches with modern HTML and CSS.Jen Simmons shares common CSS Grid mistakes and how to solve them.Ethan Marcotte explains the still relatively new fr-unit that we mostly use for CSS Grids.Work & LifeParis Marx wrote about why he thinks digital nomads are not the future. He argues that location independence is only possible because of communication infrastructures built with public funds and that it’s not fair to abuse them.This week I learned how useful it can be to think outside the box and how remote work and pursuing your hobby can help solve technical challenges.It’s not the first time a company is testing a 4-day workweek. However, it’s great to see how the concept can be established successfully and with benefits for both — the employees and the work done.Going Beyond…Tobias van Schneider wrote about why the Sagmeister-Walsh studio is so successful by staying small and why dreaming big but staying small is so important for creative thinking.Ben Werdmüller shares his thoughts on how different it has become to start a business when you’re, for example, in San Francisco. This is a story where $117,000 are considered a “low income” in San Francisco and how this limits ideas.Jeremy Nagel makes us think about the impact of our open-source code: As developers we tend to believe that making our code freely available is an amazing move but we forget that we make it available to bad players as well — to coal miners, to pollution-contributing companies, to those who use people to get rich while mistreating them, to those who rip you off indirectly. It’s not that you can’t do anything about it; you have to be aware of these issues and apply a better license or add a dedicated statement to your code.India has a big plastic waste problem. Since a couple of months, a couple of fishers don’t ignore the plastic problem anymore but collect all the waste in their nets instead, and bring it back to the shore where it’s used to build roads. A great idea of making use of trash efficiently. (cm)From our sponsors: Monthly Web Development Update 8/2018: The Cost Of JavaScript, Ethics In Open Source, And QUIC Monthly Web Development Update 8/2018: The Cost Of JavaScript, Ethics In Open Source, And QUICYou are here: Posted on 17th August 2018Web Design FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+sharecenter_img HomeWeb DesignMonthly Web Development Update 8/2018: The Cost Of JavaScript, Ethics In Open Source, And QUIC Related postsInclusive Components: Book Reviews And Accessibility Resources13th December 2019Should Your Portfolio Site Be A PWA?12th December 2019Building A CSS Layout: Live Stream With Rachel Andrew10th December 2019Struggling To Get A Handle On Traffic Surges10th December 2019How To Design Profitable Sales Funnels On Mobile6th December 2019How To Build A Real-Time Multiplayer Virtual Reality Game (Part 2)5th December 2019last_img read more

Georgia ~ Sales and Use Tax: Enterprise Zones for Qualified Underdeveloped Urban Redevelopment Areas Created

first_imgCCH Tax Day ReportLegislation has been enacted that creates a new type of sales and use tax enterprise zone in Georgia. The enterprise zone will be permitted in an urban redevelopment area that has been chronically underdeveloped for 20 years or more and contains a redevelopment project having a minimum $400 million projected capital investment. Projects related to casino gambling do not qualify. The enterprise zones will remain in existence for 30 years or until the redevelopment project is complete and any revenue bonds issued are retired, whichever first occurs.H.B. 342, Laws 2017, July 1, 2017last_img read more

10 months agoWatford midfielder Doucoure: I grew up supporting PSG

first_imgWatford midfielder Doucoure: I grew up supporting PSGby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWatford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure admits he grew up supporting PSG.The Frenchman is being linked with a move to PSG this month.And he told RMC: “As a child, if I supported PSG? Yes, Paris has always been my heart club, I grew up in the Yvelines les Mureaux, so it’s my heart club and necessarily, every time I come back to Paris, it’s a pleasure to see my team again and my friends.”So inevitably Paris Saint Germain holds an important place in my heart.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more