Sport Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said Tuesday he was optimistic that goalkeeper David De Gea would sign a new deal to remain at Old Trafford as Manchester United prepared to face old rivals Leeds in Perth. 16 Jul 2019 02:58PM Bookmark PERTH: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said Tuesday (Jul 16) he was optimistic that goalkeeper David De Gea would sign a new deal to remain at Old Trafford as Manchester United prepared to face old rivals Leeds in Perth.United's pre-season tour of Australia has been overshadowed speculation over the futures of several stars, including De Gea who is in the last year of his contract and has been linked with French champions Paris Saint-Germain.The Spaniard is reportedly close to signing a new five-year deal with United worth in excess of £350,000 a week that would make him the highest paid goalkeeper in the world.De Gea was rested from United's pre-season opener against Perth Glory on Saturday but will line up against Leeds on Wednesday to wrap up the … [Read more...] about Football: Solskjaer confident De Gea will sign new deal soon
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Imported luxury cars with forged registration numbers and papers are shown at the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok in May. (Photo by Varuth Hirunyatheb) Imports of second-hand vehicles will no longer be allowed after Dec 9 this year as authorities step up curbs on fraud, irregularities, corruption and pollution, according to the Commerce Ministry.Currently, people can bring in used cars from abroad but they have to apply for import permits from the ministry first. The ministerial order on the ban, published in the Royal Gazette on June 13, takes effect 180 days later, or on Dec 10. The change aims to address evasion of control measures, fraud and document forgery. Other reasons are to simplify procedures, mitigate dirt pollution and improve road safety. Adul Chotinisakorn, director-general of the ministry’s Foreign Trade Department, told Thai media on Tuesday the ministry’s announcement classifying used vehicles as prohibited goods whose imports must … [Read more...] about Used-car import ban takes effect Dec 10
ShopBack celebrates 4 years with great new deals! (The Philippine Star) - June 28, 2019 - 6:17pm MANILA, Philippines — In celebration of ShopBack’s fourth anniversary, the cashback platform presents a shopping spree giveaway. In short, lots of cashback, lots of prizes, lots of shopping. Great deals. No fuss. No kidding. Since 2015, ShopBack has been giving customers a percentage of their money back from each transaction made through the program. The highest cashback given in one single transaction amounted to P171,000. To kick off its birthday week, ShopBack is giving away P171,000 in total cashback prizes to thank its loyal users—five lucky winners will get P20,000 each, and one grand winner will get P71,000. Joining is simple. Here's how: From June 19 to July 10, every P300 spent with ShopBack partner stores (just click or tap … [Read more...] about ShopBack celebrates 4 years with great new deals!
The event, which goes on until June 30, features a mix between new vehicles represented by official distributors, as well as previously-owned cars from leading used car dealers. New models expected to draw many potential customers include the MG ZS EV (all-electric and priced at Bt1.19 million), Toyota Commuter van boasting upgraded safety levels, and the Honda Accord midsize sedan that is also available in a hybrid version. Nissan is also promoting its Leaf EV by bringing EV experts and offering short-distance test drives and rides. Organiser Pattanadesh Asasappakij says that 11 car companies are coming along with 18 used car dealers. “Visitors are able to compare different models and makes before making a decision,” he said. “This is like a meeting place for buyers and sellers of both new and used vehicles.” He added that the show helps stimulate car sales and so helps support the country’s economic growth. Auto companies taking part this year … [Read more...] about Used cars join new models at FAST show at Bitec
LONDON: The toughest job for Britain's next prime minister will be to leave the European Union.But the new leader will have few options: find a divorce deal that parliament will ratify, leave without a deal or delay.Legally, Britain leaves on Oct 31, seven months later than planned, unless the EU agree to a further delay and parliament changes the exit date written in law.The favourite is Boris Johnson, a leading figure in the 2016 Brexit campaign who is promising that Britain will leave the EU on Oct 31 with or without a deal.So, how could Johnson do it?1. NEGOTIATE A NEW DEALJohnson wants to go back to Brussels to seek changes to a two-part exit deal which May agreed in 2018, but which parliament has rejected.The EU is adamant that the most contentious part of the deal - the Withdrawal Agreement setting out a post-Brexit transition period - cannot be reopened. It has repeated this stance and says it would not change its mind for a new leader.Johnson argues that the EU will … [Read more...] about New deal or no deal: How will Britain’s next PM deliver Brexit?