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Doing Business with Europe

My business uses the internet to trade, this allows us to reach customers all over the world. Being able to sell aboard brings both problems and has some advantages. 847 more words

Entrepreneur

Line in the Sand: Iranian Divorce from the Perspective of the Trial Attorneys Involved

By Cindy Crawford, Esquire, and Eddie Stephens, Esquire

Originally published in the Florida Bar Family Law Section’s, Commentator (Spring, 2015).


Stephens
:  In my 18 years of practicing law, I have never tried an “at fault” divorce.  2,650 more words

Family And Marital Law

MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE BIBLE (ANCIENT DOOR KEYS)

UNDER LOCK AND KEY

A door lock of Bible times consisted of a sliding piece of wood that was pushed into a slot in the doorframe. 419 more words

KABUL TO SAN FRANCISCO CASH ON DELIVERY

Seven and a half tons of hash. Just look at it.  It boggles the mind.  Fifteen thousand pounds of beautiful, blonde Afghani hash.  Just roll it around in your head and hear the words pour out like honey, fifteen thousand pounds of hash.   1,185 more words

Adventure

Choose the Person, Not the Machine

Recently, I visited Johor, which (as most of us know) is right across the border. It was a simple day trip, nothing very special or over-the-top. 905 more words

Reflections

Peshawar Customs pays tribute to retired and deceased officials

I was surprised to come across this article, especially since I always believed Pakistan to be a militant country – certainly not one that would consider the memories of past customs officials. 319 more words

Customs

N21billion Duty Evasion: Customs wields big stick on rice importers - Felix Kumuyi

Seven rice importers have run into troubled waters with the Nigeria Customs Service as the wielded stick has been used on them following their refusal to pay the service over N21billion duty on excess imported rice claiming they are waver sums. 955 more words

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