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January 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgOn the opening day of the biennium, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce is pleased to publish its 2005 Priorities for Job Creation and Retention.Set a course to make health care more affordable, accessible, and financially stable:Ï Involve both the private and public sectors.Ï Eliminate cost shifting.Ï Stimulate healthy life styles and heightened personal responsibility.Ï Embrace market-driven methodologies that drive down costs.Give Vermont job providers greater opportunity to maintain and create quality jobs:Ï Exercise fiscal restraint in setting spending and revenue targets.Ï Refuse to enact new mandates.Ï Oppose raising taxes or approving new ones.Ï Reduce the burden of high workers compensation costs on workers and employers.Ï Require new social programs to be funded by currently available revenues.Fund economic development programs that encourage economic vitality:Ï Enhance technical centers that serve as magnets for high tech businesses.Ï Provide predictable funding for travel and tourism promotion.Ï Train and re-train Vermonters for jobs of the future.Improve education quality:Ï Analyze current K-12 structures, governance and delivery systems.Ï Increase funding for higher education.Ï Renew education choice law.Ï Maintain and improve teacher quality.Ï Emphasize student performance.Enhance transportation and telecommunications infrastructures:Ï Encourage private telecommunications investment and remove/reduce barriers.Ï Resist efforts to over-regulate telecommunications industry.Ï Support and implement the Vermont Telecommunications Plan goals.Ï Dedicate all revenue raised from transportation taxes to road and bridge projects.As the Voice of Vermont Business, the Vermont Chamber lobbying team is the source for business advocacy and information throughout the session.last_img read more

November 17, 2019 | |Post a Comment

first_imgVivo is launching its crazy futuristic Nex phone in India today. The Nex is a phone with no bezels, no notch and a pop-up selfie camera. It was first announced in China in June in two versions: a standard Nex A and a high-end Nex S. Vivo is bringing only the latter to India for now, and it is expected to be priced just under Rs 50,000. This means that the Nex would be more affordable than the Oppo Find X, a phone that has similar ambitions. The Vivo Nex will be an Amazon-exclusive in India.Vivo is hosting a press conference in the National Capital at 12:30PM where it will announce the Nex phone for the Indian market. You can watch the live stream here.The USP of the Nex phone is its futuristic design. The Nex has an all-glass front (and back), and an over 90 per cent of screen-to-body ratio. This is because the Nex does not ship with a notch. There’s a small chin at the bottom but overall, the Nex is the most bezel-less phone in the market right now. It is, in fact, the commercial version of the concept Apex phone that Vivo had showcased at MWC 2018.The Nex does not have a forehead, and as such, the earpiece and sensors are placed underneath the display. Much like it is in the case of the Xiaomi Mi Mix. Unlike the Mi Mix, however, the Nex does not have a bottom seated selfie camera. The Nex, instead, comes with a rather unconventional pop-out selfie camera that’s built out of mechanical parts. This means that it’s prone to wear and tear over time, although Vivo says, that it can be used hassle-free about 50,000 times and also it can withstand up to 500-grams of weight.advertisementHardware specs of the Nex phone that is coming to India include: 6.59-inch 1080p+ Super AMOLED display, dual rear camera system consisting of one 12-megapixel sensor and another 5-megapixel sensor for depth sensing. The Nex further comes with an 8-megapixel front camera. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage which is non-expandable.ALSO READ: Vivo Nex S India price leaked before July 19 launch, will be cheaper than Oppo Find XThe phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo-based Fun Touch OS and is backed by a 4,000mAh battery.The Nex phone further sports a third-generation in-display fingerprint scanner that’s said to be faster and more accurate than the one we saw on the recently launched Vivo X21.last_img read more

November 17, 2019 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCricket Australia (CA) XI scored 356/6, trailing by two runs at the end of the third day of the only warm-up game against India here on Friday.Harry Nielsen (56) and Aaron Hardie (69) were at the crease when umpires dislodged the bails for the day.Resuming the day at 24/0, Cricket Australia started the day on a positive note forging 114 runs for the first wicket.Overnight batsmen D Arcy Short (74) and Max Bryant (62) played brilliantly before Bryant was out in the 19th over.Apart from the opening duo, Jake Carder (38) and Sam Whiteman (35) also contributed with the bat.The disappointments of the day were Param Uppal (5) and Jonathan Merlo (3) who failed to score big.For India, Mohammed Shami scalped three wickets while Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin chipped in with one wicket each.Earlier, on the second day, Cricket Australia (CA) XI were at 24/0 after India produced a disciplined batting performance.Promising opener Prithvi Shaw (66) along with skipper Virat Kohli (64), Ajinkya Rahane (56), Cheteshwar Pujara (54), Hanuma Vihari (53) and Rohit Sharma (40) started off positively. India were bowled out for 358 in 92 overs.The opening day was washed out due to rain.(With IANS inputs)Also Read | Prithvi Shaw ruled out of 1st Test against Australia due to ankle injuryAlso Read | Prithvi Shaw carried off the field with ankle injury in India’s Test warm-up matchAlso Read | Virat Kohli furious at run-out decision during warm-up game at SCGAlso Read | Virat Kohli steps in with the ball as India bowlers struggle in Test warm-uplast_img read more