The report ‘Middle East Printing Inks Market Size By Process (Gravure, Flexographic, Lithographic, Digital), By Resin (Modified Rosin, Modified Cellulose, Acrylic, Polyurethane, Hydrocarbon, Polyamide), By Application (Packaging, Corrugated Cardboards, Folding Cartons, Tags & Labels), By Countries] Segments & Forecast, 2019 – 2026’ provides an extensive analysis of present market dynamics and predicted future trends.With every developed or developing country’s end-use industry dynamics, demand for printing inks in the countries vary significantly every year.In terms of volume or production, Turkey was the leader last year accounting for around 40% of the industry production, which was followed by Saudi Arabia and Iran.Iraq on the other hand is projected to achieve the highest growth rate in terms of volume over the next five years.Request a sample or make an Inquiry this report by clicking the link below:https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/middle-east-printing-inks-market Middle East print industry was considered to be at an infliction point, as the growth of newspapers declined in 2011 and 2012.In the present industry scenario, digital printing showed a robust growth, as demand for long runs has been shrinking and short runs along with variable printing are gaining popularity.To get Incredible Discounts on this Premium Report, Click At : @https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/middle-east-printing-inks-market/request-for-discount-pricing The overall popularity of newspapers in the region is high, but there might be situations that it gets tail off in the long run.
Downing Street has refused to deny claims that Boris Johnson approached Tory donors to help pay the costs of childcare for his son.The prime minister’s official spokesperson would only say that Johnson “covered the cost” of childcare for Wilfred, his son with fiancee Carrie Symonds.But they would not say whether the PM had approached Tory donors about helping with the costs, or whether he had been given money by donors to then cover the costs.On Monday, Johnson refused to deny the claims while on a visit in Hartlepool, insisting that “all this kind of stuff is, in my view, exclusively for the interest of the Westminster bubble”.But it comes with the Tories embroiled in what Labour is calling “sleaze” allegations, and amid concerns about the potential undue influence of donors on Johnson.Last week, the Electoral Commission announced an investigation into who paid for the refurbishment of Johnson and Symonds’ Downing Street flat, amid claims that Tory donors were asked to help with the bill which reportedly ran into tens of thousands of pounds.There are also several other probes in government and in parliament into lobbying and donations.Asked on Monday to deny that Tory donors were approached to pay for Johnson’s childcare, the PM’s spokesperson said: “The prime minister has covered all the costs of all childcare and I’ve got nothing more to add to that.”Asked if Johnson was paying out of his own pocket or if he has been given money from donors to cover the cost of childcare, the spokesperson said: “I’ve got nothing more to add. The prime minister has covered all costs.”Pressed on whether the PM approached donors to pay for childcare, but that the proposal did not end up going ahead, the spokesperson replied: “What I’m saying is the prime minister has covered all costs of childcare, I’m not adding anymore to that.”The government has no imminent plans to boost the childcare support on offer for the wider public, the spokesperson suggested.“The government’s policies on providing childcare to parents are well established and in fact well taken up,” they said.Related...Boris Johnson Does Not Think People 'Deserve Truth' Over Flat Refurb, Says Labour's Lisa NandyNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Effectively Held Hostage By Iran, Says Dominic RaabScottish Tory Leader Says Boris Johnson Should Resign If He Broke Ministerial Rules
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is effectively being held hostage by Iran and her treatment amounts to “torture”, foreign secretary Dominic Raab has said. Speaking to the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show that Zaghari-Ratcliff was being “subjected to a cat and mouse game” by the Iranians.Asked if she could be described as a hostage, he replied: “I think it’s very difficult to argue against that characterisation.“It is clear that she is subjected to a cat and mouse game that the Iranians, or certainly part of the Iranian system, engage with and they try and use her for leverage on the UK.”The British-Iranian dual national was sentenced to a fresh jail term of one year on Monday and handed a year-long travel ban in Iran on a new charge of “spreading propaganda against the regime”.She has already served a five-year prison sentence after being detained on charges relating to national security in 2016.The mother-of-one was arrested at Tehran airport as she made her way back to the UK after a visit to her parents to introduce them to her daughter.She and her family believe she is being held as political leverage to try to force the UK’s hand in a long-running financial dispute between the UK and Iran.It dates back to the 1970s when the then-shah of Iran paid the UK £400 million for 1,500 Chieftain tanks.When the shah was toppled in 1979, Britain refused to deliver the tanks to the new Islamic Republic but kept the cash, despite British courts accepting it should be repaid.Asked about the debt on Sunday, Raab said: “It’s not solely about that.“That is not actually the thing that’s holding us up at the moment, it’s the wider context as we come up to the Iranian presidential elections and the wider elections on the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) which, inevitably from the Iranian perspective, the two are considered in tandem.“Nazanin is held unlawfully, in my view, as a matter of international law. I think she’s being treated in the most abusive, tortuous way. I think it amounts to torture, the way she’s being treated.”On Tuesday, Zaghari-Ratciffe’s husband Richard Ratcliffe told the PA news agency ministers were “enabling the abuse” his wife has suffered through their “reluctance to do anything” that might upset Tehran.He urged the government to target members of Iran’s leadership with new Magnitsky sanctions, which focus on people involved in some of the gravest human rights abuses around the world.“I think that’s proportionate, that is not extreme – these guys need to feel that this is a bad tactic,” he added.Ratcliffe, commenting on the lack of British representation in court at his wife’s most recent hearing, said: “What we got told was that they (the UK government) didn’t want to do something provocative that could could cause harm to Nazanin.“And I was like, ‘Are you effing kidding me?’ You either stand up and protect her or you allow it to happen.“They are taking her to court for the second time on a second stage of nonsense when you’ve invoked diplomatic protection – you need to show that your protection should be taken seriously.“And the failure to do that will have emboldened the Revolutionary Guards to follow through and give her the sentence – and they gave the maximum they could.“The timidity of the government will have been a contributing factor.” Related...Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Faces Week-Long Wait For Verdict On New Charges, Her MP Says‘Having Her Ankle Tag Removed Was Like Coming Out Of Lockdown For Nazanin’Boris Johnson Demands Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's Immediate Release
The prospect of open military conflict between Israel and Iran has never seemed closer than it does now.
Global Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Market was valued at USD 1,603.16 Million in 2019 and is expected to register a CAGR of 10.50% during the forecast period of 2020 to 2027.Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies, including a heart attack or near drowning, in which someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped.This rescue technique is termed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), which is employed in emergencies or conditions to protect the patient from fatal myocardial infarction or brain damage.Browse Sample of the Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/6789 Global Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Market is mainly driven by the increasing prevalence of heart and respiratory diseases, rising geriatric population, rise in government initiatives, increasing global incidence of cancer, and growing product approvals by major players.The initial recorded cardiac rhythm was ventricular fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, or shockable by an automated external defibrillator in only 18.7%.The prevalence of cardiovascular diseases is due to sedentary lifestyles and common risk factors, such as hypertension (ranging from 28% in the UAE to 41% in Libya and Morocco); diabetes (ranging from 4% in the Islamic Republic of Iran to 19% in Sudan) and hypercholesterolemia (ranging from 14% in Lebanon to 52% in the Islamic Republic of Iran).A study by the American Heart Association states that 70% of Americans feel helpless in cardiac emergencies as they are not aware of administering CPR.The International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) launched the first global “World Restart a Heart (WRAH)” initiative in 2018.The aim was to increase public awareness and improve the rates of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for victims of cardiac arrest.SegmentationGlobal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Market has been divided based on Product Type, Compressor Type, Application, and End User.On the basis of Product Type, the market is bifurcated into piston CPR devices, load-distributing band (LDB), active compression-decompression (ACD) devices and impedance threshold device, extracorporeal techniques and invasive perfusion devices, and others.
Global Leuprolide Acetate Market – OverviewLeuprolide acetate is a synthetic nonapeptide analog of naturally occurring gonadotropin-releasing hormone names as Lupron.There are various uses of Lupron include the treatment of endometriosis, breast cancer and prostate cancer.It is one of the on important medicines and is the WHO Model List of, essential medical required in a fundamental well-being system.The demand for leuprolide in veterinary treatment is another factor which adds to the growth of leuprolide acetate market.The market is forecasted to demonstrate a steady growth by 2023, surpassing its previous growth records in terms of value with a striking CAGR during the anticipated period 2017–2023.Request Sample copy at https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/785Key players:The key players in the global leuprolide acetate market are TOLMAR Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (U.S.)Varian Pharmed (Iran), avenit AG (Switzerland), Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (Japan), Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (India), Livzon Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd. (China), Beijing Biote Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd (China), Soho-YImIng (China), AbbVie Inc. (U.S.), Sanofi (France), Astellas Pharma (Japan), Abbott (U.S), Merck KGaA (Germany), Pfizer Inc. (U.S.), and others.Global Leuprolide Acetate Market – Competitive AnalysisCharacterized by the presence of several well-established and small players, the global market of leuprolide acetate appears to be highly competitive and fragmented.These companies have expanded their operating unit in various other emerging regions as well.Moreover the other small and medium scale players are generating revenue from local market.With top selling cancer products, Takeda and AbbVie account for the major market share for the leuprolide acetate market across the globe.
Jon Snow has announced that he is stepping down as an anchor at Channel 4 News at the end of the year.The broadcaster and journalist is the longest-serving presenter in the programme’s history, having spent 32 years at the helm.The 73-year-old will continue to work at Channel 4 and “will front longer-form projects… and represent the channel in other matters”, according to a statement from the broadcaster.He said: “After three incredible decades on Channel 4 News, it is time to move on.“I am excited by the many things I want to accomplish but I have to say I have enjoyed every minute of my time with the programme. It has brought me adventure, as well as sorrow in some of the stories that I have had to report and also joy in reporting others, but, above all, it has brought me community in working with the most fantastic group of people who are bound in intellect, humour and understanding.“Together, we have forged a wonderful service.”Snow continued: “I feel proud to have contributed to Channel 4 News, let alone to have anchored the programme for the last 32 years.“I’m looking forward to new adventures and new challenges.”Snow’s career in journalism began at LBC in 1973 before he moved to ITN in 1976, where he served as Washington correspondent and diplomatic editor.He then became the main presenter of Channel 4 News in 1989.Following his departure, Snow will “focus on his charities and some of his many passions in life, people’s stories, inequality, Africa, Iran and the arts”, Channel 4 said.Last month Snow revealed that his wife, Precious Lunga, had given birth to their baby son.Channel 4 News editor Ben de Pear said: “Jon has been the driving force behind Channel 4 News for the last 30 years.“His fearless journalism, inherent compassion, a nose for a good story as well as sympathy for the underdog have been powered by relentless energy, charm and a mischievous sense of fun.“It has been a great honour to be his editor and friend, and I know that everyone at Channel 4 News and ITN feels that he is far more than a colleague.“As well as his support and friendship to fellow workers, for decades he has worked tirelessly for a multitude of charities and causes beyond the public gaze and for no other reason than to help those less fortunate than himself.“He may be leaving us after decades on the front line of history, but his contribution will live on and undoubtedly continue elsewhere.“He is a wonderful man, and it has been an honour to call Jon our friend and colleague.”Channel 4’s chief content officer, Ian Katz, said no-one can match Snow’s contribution “to both broadcast journalism and Channel 4 over more than three decades”.“He’s a talismanic figure whose combination of integrity, humanity and mischief helped make him the most trusted and well-loved news presenter of his generation, and the embodiment of everything Channel 4 aspires to be,” he added.
Iran national soccer team head coach Dragan Skocic has once again condemned the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) for selecting Bahrain as the central venue for the Qatar Football World Cup qualifier.In mid-March, the AFC had awarded Bahrain the right to host Group C of the Asian qualifiers after deciding to hold the upcoming tournament in one location due to the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.Fans from all over the world are called to book Football world Cup tickets from our online platforms WorldWideTicketsandHospitality.com.Football World Cup fans can book Iran Football World Cup Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.Iran was originally scheduled to play three of its last four group games at home, including the second leg against Bahrain, as the Croats felt Iran was being squeezed for the right to host the tournament.Iran is third in the five-team group with six points but has one more game than its opponent.Iraq is first with 11 points, while Bahrain is second with nine points after five games.It's unfair to choose Bahrain as the central venue for Group C, but all teams have no choice but to play us, and we will undoubtedly make a strong showing and prevail.I believe that we will qualify for the next stage and God help us, Skocic said.I am satisfied with the performance of Iranian clubs in ACL 2021.
Indonesia: Gross domestic product (GDP) in current prices from 1985 to 2025Indonesia is a land of many exotic, mysterious, and interesting things.Some call it the land of promise while others think Indonesia as the “land of then unknown”.And while other Asian countries are struggling with this global health crisis, Indonesia continues to move forward with its initiative by continuing to construct large deep seaports, new airports, and many more toll roads.As the fourth largest populous nation in the world, Indonesia has been challenging its neighbors like Japan, China, and India for its deep labor pool and great manufacturing capacity.Indonesia has always been a trading hub in the Southeast Asian region for centuries.Countries in the west like India, Pakistan, and Iran facilitate their trade with the east using the Indonesian ports.This gives Indonesia a superior advantage.But still there were some underdeveloped regions in Indonesia which made the overall growth slower.
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The global Cladding Market is estimated to touch US$ 111.1 billion by the completion of the prediction period.Growing funds to improve reasonably priced housing arrangements in developing markets of Asia Pacific and Latin America are likely to motivate progress in housing applications.The Commercial applications are likely to develop by the subsequent maximum speed due to the propagation of leisure centers, show business, and retail shopping in developing nations like Malaysia, Singapore, India, China, and Thailand.These panes propose warm air lining and artistic application to commercial structures, satisfying the increasing demand for practical, however, eye-catching super marts and shopping malls.For further inquiries, about - Global Cladding Industry Analysis, Size, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2014 - 2025, click on this link – https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/cladding-marketThe Cladding industry on the source of Type of Product could span Ceramic, Fiber Cement, Aluminum, Terracotta, Composite Materials, Steel, and Others.It is likely to increase their development.The of Cladding market on the source of Area with respect to Trades in terms of intake, Profits, Market stake and Development percentage of Cladding in these areas, for the duration of the prediction could span North America [U.S., Canada], Europe [France, Germany, U.K., Italy], Asia Pacific [India, Japan, China], Latin America [Brazil, Mexico], Middle East & Africa [United Arab Emirates, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt, Turkey, Sudan, Qatar, Libya, Jordan, Iran, Bahrain].By the source of geography, Asia Pacific is expected to keep on speedily developing and constitute approximately half of the worldwide construction business by the year 2020.In spite of the slowing down in the Chinese economy, additionally developing markets present plenty openings for venture for providers.A strong range of construction product backs the constancy of the Asian markets, by means of government interference enhancing a mainstream of projects for the improvement of substructure.North America is anticipated to develop speedily at a GAGR of above 5%.
The US Navy says that four Iranian Iranian vessels harassed two US Coast Guard cutters in international waters in the Persian Gulf earlier this month.
Wool ranks eighth in the export trade of agricultural commodities, while it also ranks first in the trade of animal and animal products with hides.In Uttar Pradesh, 24 million sheep produce 5 lakh mana wool.Rajasthan and Punjab are the first in wool production, followed by Uttar Pradesh.Most of the wool imported into the country by sea harbors comes from Australia and England.These two countries send 16.5 and 12.1 percent of their total wool to India in sequential order.Wool comes from Tibet, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Iran, Western and Eastern Afghanistan and Northern Afghanistan, Central Asia and Turkistan.
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Virtual summit to explore critical strategies enterprises must have in place to succeedThe Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, announced today that General James Mattis, Secretary of Defense (2017-2018), will headline its CSA CISO Summit at RSAC 2021 on May 18, fielding questions from the Cloud Security Alliance community in an informal fireside chat.The event, themed “Executive Strategies for the Cloud-Centric Enterprise,” will feature notable executives and prominent industry insiders as they emphasize critical cloud-centric IT strategies that organizations must have in place to succeed in the race to the cloud.“We are excited to have General Mattis headline our event and can think of no greater personification of the no-nonsense attitude we must all have in surviving and thriving in these challenging times.He exemplifies the spirit, philosophy and wisdom of a leader, and we look forward to putting his lessons into practice in our industry.We appreciate his willingness to engage in a no-holds barred interview to answer the questions on the minds of cybersecurity leaders,” said Jim Reavis, co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance.In his keynote session “Leadership in the Age of Cybersecurity,” General Mattis, who will be interviewed by a top Fortune 500 CISO, will draw on almost 50 years of service to his country and share insightful lessons on leadership and provide his perspective on emerging trends in cybersecurity relevant to both defense and civilian sectors.During his 44 years in the Marines, General Mattis rose from an 18-year-old reservist to the highest rank of four-star general.He capped off his military career as head of the U.S. Central Command, where he was in charge of all U.S. forces serving in the Middle East and oversaw operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as parts of Syria, Iran, and Yemen.He retired from the post in 2013.