That trimmer clearly didnt give a fuck and was trying to hit his daily quota of trimming one poundper day. Used to trim weed and would see the shitty workers take short cuts like this all the time. Shame.
Say your rent is £475 two month rent break that’s £950 outstanding £135 pound extra on rent for the remaining 7 month quota ramping rent up to £610 what if the family lives month to month you will have a nation of rent arrears crazy recession,debt,death looming.
Despite the decreased quota, we are still seeing docks prices down significatly - by about $1.50 - $2.00 perpound. Prices on 1-3lb single frozen IQF Pacific Halibut Fletches from the USA were in the high $14s at the beginning of the year. Watch More @ http://ow.ly/sshd30kJr73pic.twitter.com/tXKA8PpFpS
Price discovery for the quota amount ((if that's the case)) will be very interesting - what price will producers In the US require in order to complete the quota of 2M poundsper annum ? still plenty of unknowns
The price point works for both our industry and the US consumer, certainly in quota exports. Paying out of quota duties makes it more difficult. Beef in premium US retailers will all be north of $20 perpound
A lot of wine enters tariff free already (take Chilean wine, or quotas from countries like NZ and Australia).
Wine tariff after quota is 4/6p per bottle.
1 glass of wine will be 1p cheaper but a lot more expensive, if you include devaluation of the Pound.
@FootnotesFirst@quakes99 @Fahy_Co @GlobalFire123 has anyone modeled out a Sec 232 - est potential 10% quota for US domestic production - how many Lbs per annum that would be - and which companies have the capacity to fulfill those pounds to the US utilities? Thanks
perpound for their entire supply, not just the theoretical 25% quota the miners are seeking. So rather than focus all their resources campaigning against a quota which they say will put them out of business, why don't they campaign for tax breaks and government subsides similar