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INFLATION causes another DOWNGRADE in Barbados

BARBADOS/DEBT/INFLATION (Naked Departure) — Concerned that government continues to finance Barbados’ high debt and deficit through the continued and sustained printing of money, i.e., INFLATION, the Caribbean Information and Credit Rating Services Limited (CariCRIS) today lowered by one notch its ratings on the debt issue of US$300 million of the government of Barbados to CariBBB and CariBBB+ on its foreign and local currency rating, from CariBBB+ and CariA- respectively. 21 more words


Indonesia ends JPMorgan partnerships on downgrade, Okezone says

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Indonesia’s government terminated all business partnerships with JPMorgan Chase & Co after the US bank downgraded its assessment of Southeast Asia’s largest economy following Donald Trump’s surprise US election win, according to a report on the Okezone news portal. 242 more words

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You can’t downgrade from IOS 10.2

Apple, the tech giant, has confirmed the availability of iOS 10.2 to all the eligible devices. The update is anticipated to have a lot of features. 56 more words


25. Colleagues

“They had no conversation together… but what the commonest civility required. Once so much to each other. Now nothing! …  Now they were as strangers; nay, worse than strangers, for they could never become acquainted. 792 more words


digital upgrade

An upgrade of any digital device is meant to downgrade anything you’re accustomed to enough to be comfortable with.


The importance of compatibility!

So I thought I’d start off by telling you all about my troubles with compatibility which I had just a couple of months ago.

It all started when Apple released Mac OSX El Capitan (10.11), I was so eager to jump right into it (not exactly sure why now), and got it on he first day without thinking about he consequences of what could happen to all my untested software. 548 more words

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Time for a Biorambler makeover! I’ve downgraded my site, and am going to try to find a way for it to be super-snazzy without paying $229 a year. 81 more words

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