(ANSA) – ROME, 22 FEB – S&P said on Monday that Italy’s GDP increased by 5.3% this year and said debt, which is expected to rise to just under 160% of GDP in 2020, could stabilize due to increased growth .
It said the EU’s use of the COVID-19 recovery fund could provide a “strong boost” to public investment, which remains about 30% lower than the major financial crisis a decade ago.
It said the government’s reform agenda would not affect Italy’s credit rating. (ANSA).
Usman Buzdar said the outdated system only protects the elite class.
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Friday said the incumbent government was putting the country, which had been cut off due to the wrong policies of the former ruler, in the right direction and correcting mistakes made in the past under the leadership of the Prime. Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) officials summoned Sardar Usman Buzdar. CM said he resolved public issues by visiting all Punjab districts and took solid initiatives in this regard after consulting with representatives and party members.
Usman Buzdar said the outdated system only protects the elite class but the regime is working to change it to improve people’s lives.
It may be an expensive high-performance luxury car, but we named it “Disco-Car”.
The name was given by our 10-year-old granddaughter on our 2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG E53 test car, who was impressed by the smooth and rhythmic color change talent of the E53 interior lighting.
She declared: “It’s like a disco car.” The name got stuck.
However, for those who don’t remember (or may want to forget) the flared pants of the disco era, the monotonous pumping of music, the mul fish’s hairstyle and the outrageous strobe lights, the surrounding cabin lighting of the E53 and the ability to change colors can also be made Pure color (not less than nine kinds to choose from), darken or close together.
However, this extraordinary car has much more than a light show (however, I would say that at night, when the car is started, the headlights also show off their short but eye-catching display).
In 2021, the AMG E53 sedan, like all E-Class models, has an improved front and rear appearance. There is also a new AMG steering wheel that can discard the old (and small) square finger pad infotainment controls for larger, easier-to-find recessed areas, and some high-tech infotainment upgrades.
The infotainment system is displayed on a large 12.3-inch wide digital dashboard, and on its right side is a large 12.3-inch screen located at the top of the central chimney. Both are housed under a single roof.
All of these can be configured according to the driver’s preferences, but even with the improved steering wheel thumb pad that can achieve many functions, it also involves a real learning process. Another control option is the finger sliding plate and buttons on the center floor console.
All this requires some entry.
The powertrain created and adjusted by the Mercedes-AMG Performance Department was immediately appreciated, with a more intrinsic driving experience than the standard E-Class sedan.
Like its E53 coupe and roadster, the 2021 sedan is powered by a turbocharged straight six, which is powered by a 48-volt electric motor and a 0.9-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack to provide mild hybrid power assistance.
Mercedes calls the system EQ Boost.
The E53’s standard 4Matic all-wheel drive system transmits the muscles to all four wheels. The system’s electric blower is first activated, eliminating any turbo lag, and then the turbo takes over seamless power transmission throughout the entire speed range.
The result: 429 hp and 384 lb.-ft. through the standard nine-speed, automatic shift torque to achieve torque adjustment.
Coupled with AMG’s Dynamic Select system, its personality, coasting, comfort, sports and Sport-Plus driving modes, you will get a performance car, the driver is on a whim, it can be an executive shuttle bus, luxury station wagon, family car, Sports companion or track hell.
Dismiss this guy, and its AMG Performance Exhaust (our car has a $1,250 option) suddenly bursts and rumbling when stationary, roaring and roaring under a heavy right foot.
Speaking of this, we met a speed of 60 mph in less than 5 seconds. Even so, we achieved the 25 mpg expected by the EPA in the city/highway mixed driving over 100 miles.
Sharing the basic architecture with conventional E-class cars, this AMG iteration plays its role in almost other ways, with its power-centric transmission system, unique styling hints and standard AMG-adjusted 4Matic all-wheel drive system.
The spacious AMG sports bucket allows the interior space to be placed in front. The rear headroom is good, and the rear legroom depends on the friendliness of the front passenger.
Bottom line: The AMG E53 is an excellent combination of the convenience of a mid-size sedan and hot rod athletic ability.
Of course, you have to pay to play. The starting price for this guy is $74,950, which is already a lot of money near me. When our car finished searching the list of options, its price was $82,570.
This left me with no money to pay the designer to do that fish hairstyle.
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In June, our cruelty investigators took a skinny dog without any hair. We can’t imagine the pain poor Lily must have endured for so long; just touching her skin made her bleed. She is covered with scabs, is bright pink and has many areas of infected skin. Despite her very little energy, Lily is a survivor and has been working hard for her health for the past 7 months. She is finally ready to find her family forever and move on from the first difficult years of her life.
Currently at an orphanage that reports that Lily is “a great source of joy and entertainment”, this shy but cute girl is thriving. She is on her way to toilet and cage training. He hasn’t had an accident in the foster home for weeks and fits easily into his cage but barks for a few minutes before settling down. Lily loves to curl up, chew on hard bones, and now has the energy to take a walk.
Lily has played with other dogs and loves wrestling and rumbling so much that she finds it hard to stop playing when there are other dogs around! She will do well in the only dog house or in homes with other dogs who enjoy good hard play and humans who can be proactive in reinforcing calm behavior when everyone is together.
Lily is about 3 years old, weighs 65 pounds, is positive for heartworms and has not yet been sterilized. As a big girl who can sometimes become restless when excited, she is looking for a house without children under the age of 12. Having a whole animal in your household is an additional responsibility that potential adopters should consider. She has been vaccinated, microchipped and is currently in parasite prevention.
Due to the long journey to recover from which Lily is still undergoing, she was offered as an adoptive candidate to be appointed as a candidate. This comes with many benefits, such as access to our dog trainer and clinic, for Lily’s needs! SPCA Tulsa will continue to treat Lily medically until she is well enough to be spayed, after which the adoption will be completed. We will also start treatment for his liverworms immediately, at no cost to adopters.
Let us know if you are a happy Lily forever!
HOW TO ADOPT LILY
SPCA Tulsa is currently operating under an agreement only.
• Visit tulsaspca.org/adoptable-dogs. Click on the profile and use the orange color “Interested in this animal? Click here!” button to apply to adopt.
• If you are approved, we will contact you to finalize paperwork, collect payment, and arrange an appointment for your drive-thru adoption.
• Please stay home if you are not feeling well, especially if you have symptoms of fever, cough or sore throat.
A lone fisherman braves the heat of Hawke’s Bay at Napier’s Perfume Point. Niwa predicts weather that looks more like summer – especially in the northern and eastern regions – through to autumn. Photo / Paul Taylor
Summer-like conditions are expected to persist well past the end of the season in already dry parts of New Zealand – with some bags now roasting in severe drought.
Niwa latest views over the next three months there is a longer, hotter dry season across the country – and the potential to reduce rainfall in places north and east that feel mostly hot.
That pattern is driven by the bizarre La Niña climate system, which traditionally brings many northeastern storms to normally dry areas.
Which is called “hot spot” – or places with very dry to very dry than usual soil conditions – have now developed over large parts of Northland, parts of Auckland, northern Waikato, and parts of the East Cape.
Meteorologists also keep an eye on the hotspots in eastern Wairarapa which are scattered in the eastern Tararua District and the Hawke’s Bay coast.
The worst conditions can be seen in the upper Far North, which has officially achieved meteorological drought status.
Although some rain is expected to fall later this week, it is likely that the hotspot – especially those in the east – will only continue to expand.
Fire hazard currently very high at the tip of the North Island, and around Dargaville, Whangarei and parts of Eastland, Porangahau, Tararua and Wairarapa.
On the South Island, there is also a high risk around McKenzie Village, and most of the coast of Marlborough and central and northern Otago.
Over the next three months, Niwa forecast above-average temperatures in the north – and close to above-average temperatures elsewhere.
“We’re going to have some warm conditions that will probably last until March – and maybe April too,” said forecaster Niwa Ben Noll.
“It won’t be summer without stopping during those months – but chances are we’ll have a spell that’s like summer, overall.
“What we can see are high pressure mountains, curving over New Zealand for maybe a week or so, before being disturbed by features like we expect from the Tasman Sea. [this week].
“But the northern and eastern parts of the North Island, which are currently the driest areas relatively normal, have the lowest chance of feeling the full effect of the feature.”
Noll noted that this dry weather followed an equally hot summer last year, resulting in Auckland’s worst drought in 25 years.
“Several locations in Auckland also have the record for driest years in 2020. Piling this on top is a tough combination.”
Auckland dam level is still recovering well, and as of the week, is running at 61 percent capacity – and more than 20 percent below the historical average for this time of year.
With Auckland needing to limit its water use to 511 million liters per day, restrictions installed throughout the city which prohibits the use of hoses not equipped with a trigger nozzle.
However, the regulation is not expected to be tightened.
“At this stage, we are confident that our new water source, coupled with Auckland’s excellent water savings, will help us get through the summer and fall without the need for more severe water restrictions,” said a Watercare spokesman.
Noll said La Nina influencing the behind-the-scenes image will likely prove to stand out in the record books, given its dramatic “non-traditional” behavior.
Most of the La Nina-flavored summers usually come with widespread warmth, but also storms from the northeast, rains in the north and east, drought in the south and southwest – far different from what New Zealand saw this summer.
That can largely be explained by two factors.
One of these is the fact that the coldest ocean temperatures in the Pacific below La Nina are found farther west than usual, meaning much of its traditional tropical activity is centered elsewhere.
The other is warmer than average temperatures in the Indian Ocean, which, combined with the unusual La Nina, result in a different climatic setting for New Zealand.
Current models suggest La Nina is likely to stick around for the next few months, before largely disappearing by winter.
Meanwhile, one of La Nina’s classic effects – warmer ocean temperatures – is at least in part, with pockets of sea around the north of the North Island reaching “ocean heat wave” conditions last month.
During January, coastal waters around New Zealand ranged from 0.3C to 0.7C above average – but it remains to be seen how long this trend will continue.
Noll says the picture is a far cry from the 2017-18 and 2018-19 summers, where repeated ocean heat waves pushed ocean temperatures several degrees above average.
“To make that happen, you need currents that extend from north to northwest – and we have too much variability to allow for that.”
While there is no immediate threat from a tropical cyclone affecting New Zealand, Noll said there is potential for activity at the end of the month.
Every year, on average one of these systems sweeps within 550 km of the country, bringing destructive winds and heavy rainfall.
So far, the cyclone seasons have gone hand in hand predicted range of eight to 10 systems in the southwest Pacific, with four recorded so far.
“Of course, the season runs through April, so we are keeping an eye on if anything will actually land here in New Zealand.”
Last month marked four years since New Zealand last experienced a month with below-average temperatures – a trend driven by climate change.