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Where do we aim our fists to strike a death blow to capitalism's body? Muscles and Heart The traditional Marxist answer, embraced by insurrectionaries from Bakunin to Occupy, is to hit the processes of production by going on strike. The total worker'
February 06, 2013 The Law Offices of Ross Gelfand LLC, are pleased to announce the launching of their Transportation Collection Division<
The decision of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) to write off Rs 187.8 million demurrage and storage charges was taken just four days before the first anniversary of the attack on the Salala check post by US troops, reports The Express
A cap hangs from a cross alongside highway BR-163, also known as the Highway of Death, while trucks drive past in Lucas do Rio Verde, Mato Grosso, Sept. 28, 2012. Gallery Trade The beached TK Bremen cargo ship is broken apart at Erdeven, near Lorient,
Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Abuja, over the N1.1 billion paid to a contractor for the supply of a dive support sea-going vessel to the Federal Government-owned Petroleum Training Institute, PTI, Effurun, near Warri, Delta State. The
The facility will create additional storage capacity for LPG and hopefully offer a solution to gas supply shortages, which have been blamed for escalating prices. Also, it will allow for offloading of large vessels at the Port of Mombasa. Currently,
Story continues below Where be the ritual plink-plunk, shuffle of heel and sole on central station escalators as the people rise up, to street level, and obey the call to duty at desk, counter, turnstile, table and driver's seat? Today, great swathes
December 2011 Port to keep trucks running during strike Ports of Auckland's Fergusson container terminal will remain open during this weekend's strike, with trucks able to pick up and drop off containers between 7 am and 6 pm on Friday 23 December.
The private Mundra port in Gujarat is facing unprecedented congestion, causing cascading effect like delay in container handling and movement of ships for past two days, port sources said today. Though the port, managed by Adani group, has a capacity
Rating Share This Story Cargo handlers and importers are up in arms over delays to allocate berths and the shortage of loaders at the port of Mombasa. Shipping agents said vessels were now diverting to Dar es Salaam, causing importers inconveniences