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Of the three OPEC members exempted from making voluntary cuts, Libyan production fell the most as unrest kept the country’s biggest oilfield, Sharara, offline for a month. Output from Iran declined further as U.S. sanctions discouraged companies from buying its oil. Iran has managed to maintain crude exports of as much as 1 million bpd, helped by sanctions waivers and its efforts to keep selling crude. Production in Venezuela, once a top-three OPEC producer but whose output has been sliding amid the country’s economic collapse, posted a further drop in January, the survey found.
The U.S, sanctions imposed on state oil firm PDVSA this week are keeping tankers stuck at ports and expected to accelerate sterling silver gavel cufflinks the supply drop in February, Among countries showing lower compliance, Iraq reduced output in January but pumped more than its target, as did Nigeria and Algeria, Gabon kept output steady, The Reuters survey aims to track supply to the market and is based on shipping data provided by external sources, Refinitiv Eikon flows data and information provided by sources at oil companies, OPEC and consulting firms..
(Reuters) - U.S. private equity firm Blackstone Group LP said on Thursday it would buy a controlling stake in midstream energy company Tallgrass Energy LP for $3.3 billion. Under the deal, Blackstone will acquire a 44 percent stake in Tallgrass Energy and take over the company’s general partner, Tallgrass Energy GP LLC. Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, GIC, will also be a minority investor in the deal. (reut.rs/2CUzTUJ). The deal will be financed by Blackstone’s planned $40 billion infrastructure fund, to which Saudi Arabia’s main sovereign wealth fund agreed last year to contribute up to $20 billion.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Walmart Inc-owned Flipkart and Amazon.com Inc’s Indian unit are rushing to rejig ownership structures and rework some key vendor relationships, as they seek to comply with new Indian e-commerce curbs without disrupting their businesses, In late December, India modified rules around foreign direct investment (FDI) in e-commerce, creating additional hurdles for the retail giants, The rules, which kick in on Friday, do not allow e-commerce sites to “exercise ownership or control over the inventory” of sterling silver gavel cufflinks sellers..
India does not allow foreign investors to control and market their own inventory on their e-commerce platforms. They are only allowed to operate marketplace platforms where others sell goods to retail consumers. Traders and rivals say companies such as Amazon and Flipkart have been violating the spirit of these rules by creating proxy sellers or vendors in which they have direct or indirect stakes, allowing firms to give deep discounts that upset off-line trade. The All India Online Vendors Association, a group of about 3,500 online sellers, has accused both Flipkart and Amazon of using their dominant position to favour selected sellers. Amazon and Flipkart deny the accusations.
Both Amazon and Flipkart sought more time to comply with the new rules, But India said on Thursday, it had, after “due consideration” decided not to extend beyond Feb, 1 the deadline for the implementation of the modified sterling silver gavel cufflinks FDI norms, In a letter to India’s industries department earlier this month, Flipkart Chief Executive Kalyan Krishnamurthy said the rules required it to assess “all elements” of its business operations, a source told Reuters previously, Flipkart and Amazon did not respond to requests for comment on their plans for complying with the new regulations..
The new rules, meant to close loopholes in the regulations, state that if any seller purchases more than 25 percent of its inventory from the wholesale units or other group companies of an e-commerce firm that runs an online marketplace, then that vendor’s inventory will be deemed to be controlled by the e-commerce company. That could disrupt the models of Amazon and Flipkart, whose wholesale units buy products in bulk and sell to thousands of vendors on their platform, who in turn sell to consumers.
Flipkart was likely to create a so-called “middle layer” firm - in which it would have less than a 25 percent shareholding - between its wholesale arm and vendors on its marketplace, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, This company, which would be classified as a non-group company under Indian law, would be able to freely sell to vendors without the 25 percent sourcing restriction, the sources added, Another rule blocks entities in which sterling silver gavel cufflinks an e-commerce firm, or any of its group companies, owns a stake from selling its products on that firm’s marketplace..