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Credit Suisse violated tax evasion deal, says US Senate committee

The Irish Times 29 Mar 2023
Probe reveals Swiss bank failed to disclose nearly $100mn in secret offshore accounts ... Photograph ... taken over by rival UBS – failed to disclose nearly $100 million (€92.2 million) in secret offshore accounts belonging to a single family of US taxpayers.

EU pharmaceutical reforms fail to confront reality of medicine shortages

The Irish Times 27 Mar 2023
Refusal of strategy to be published this week to address pricing issues for common off-patent therapies likely only to worsen supply issues. Generic medicines tend to be inexpensive and manufactured offshore in low-cost manufacturing environments. Photograph. iStock Sandra Gannon. Mon Mar 27 2023 - 05.00 ... READ MORE ... .

China Evergrande will swap defaulted debt in court restructuring

The Irish Times 23 Mar 2023
Restructuring plan calls for its offshore creditors to swap their debt for new securities. China’s Evergrande's restructuring plan addresses debt tied to Evergrande, its Scenery Journey unit and offshore financing arm Tianji Holding. Photograph.

Annual Juried Photography Show returns to Ocean City Arts Center

Atlantic City 18 Mar 2023
On March 15th 2023, in Ocean City, a town hall meeting addressing proposed offshore wind farm was held at the Tabernacle ... Photographers from Atlantic, Cape ... The photographed subjects include landscapes, wildlife, architecture and people.

Stephen Collins: Political determination to develop offshore wind platforms has been shamefully lacking

The Irish Times 10 Mar 2023
Mr Ryan's department has failed to take action on offshore wind. Photograph ... If you thought the official foot dragging that has left Dublin airport at the mercy of rogue drone operators was embarrassing, the State’s lackadaisical approach to the development of floating offshore wind platforms is threatening to become a national catastrophe.

Measures to accelerate offshore renewable energy roll-out announced by Ryan

The Irish Times 07 Mar 2023
Details of the Policy Statement on the Framework for Phase Two Offshore Wind will be issued later this week, including details of the first auction for offshore wind under a renewable electricity support scheme later this year. Photograph.

QuinnBet moves to Gibraltar

The Irish Times 01 Mar 2023
Bookmaker owned by businessman Seán Quinn’s family follows bigger rivals offshore. QuinnBet intends starting operations from its new Gibraltar base on March 1st. Photograph. Jorge Guerrero/AFP Barry O'Halloran ... READ MORE ... .

Top public servant apologises for ‘significant’ error in Australia’s offshore immigration processing

The Observer 13 Feb 2023
A top public servant has apologised for a “regrettable” and “significant” lapse that meant Nauru was not approved for Australia’s offshore immigration processing for a period of four months ... One of Australia’s offshore processing centres, just inland from Nauru’s Ewa district. Photograph.

Focal Point | Peggy Hoyt

Santa Cruz Sentinel 04 Feb 2023
In this circa 1920s photograph Peggy is enjoying a day’s rowboat ride just offshore of the Capitola Esplanade.

FDI hits 15-year high of US$13.3bn

Taipei Times 30 Jan 2023
Staff writer, with CNA ... The value of FDI projects approved last year was the third-highest on record, it said. The commission attributed the 77.94 percent year-on-year increase to substantial investments by overseas green and offshore wind energy companies. An offshore wind farm off the coast of Changhua County is pictured in an undated photograph ... .

Gulf royals own more than £1bn of UK property via tax havens

The Observer 29 Jan 2023
The royal families of Gulf states including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar own more than £1bn of UK property via offshore jurisdictions, such as Jersey and the British Virgin Islands, the Guardian can reveal ... Photograph ... Photograph ... Qatari royals have also used offshore jurisdictions to spend vast sums on UK property ... Photograph.

High electricity bills set to last rest of this decade

The Irish Times 13 Jan 2023
Delays in wind farm development to constrict supply and ensure elevated prices, notes report. Onshore wind is relatively cheap and quick to build, if on occasion controversial, compared to offshore electricity generators. File photograph ... .

Natural History Museum under fire for gagging order with Danish oil sponsor

The Observer 08 Jan 2023
The clause was put into a contract with Dong Energy, now known as Orsted, for its sponsorship of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. One wall text at the exhibition stated ... The text was for an image titled “Rig Diver”, taken by the British photographer Alex Mustard and showing a bird hunting fish beneath an offshore oil platform ... .

Country diary: I look out over a sombre, restless sea

The Observer 02 Jan 2023
Breaking waves clash around the offshore skerries as wind and tide start to build in different directions. Towards high water, with the offshore rocks now awash with a confusion of water and foam, a group of turnstones takes tenuous shelter on a rock nearer the beach ... Turnstones wait on the offshore rocks for the tide to fall. Photograph. John Gilbey ... .

New Year’s Eve storm floods streets, strands motorists, cancels horse races

Orange County Register 01 Jan 2023
(Photo by Howard Freshman, Contributing Photographer) ... (Photo by Howard Freshman, Contributing Photographer) ... (Photo by Howard Freshman, Contributing Photographer) ... (Photo by Howard Freshman, Contributing Photographer). With dark clouds looming offshore, surfers make their way to the ...

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