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SALE BY MORTGAGEE
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING
7 Acres 3 Roods 39 Perches freehold land situate at
Narangho Road, off Anglais Road, Cumana, Toco.
The property is being sold "as is" without any
responsibility of the vendor to provide statutory
approvals, surveying data or warranty on its suitabil-
ity for use for any purpose.
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Sale No. 21/2013
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economies are staging a
comeback after years of lag-
ging growth, but a slow-
down in emerging countries
will keep global growth low
this year, the Organisation
for Economic Cooperation
and Development said yes-
In its interim assessment,
the organisation was more
upbeat than it has been in
recent years, as debt and
financial crises in Europe and
the US hammered growth.
Deputy chief economist
Joergen Elmeskov said the
gross domestic product of the
seven leading economies,
known as the G-7, has been
improving since shrinking in
the last quarter of 2012 and
would grow at an annualised
rate of about 2.5 per cent in
the second half of this year.
"It s moderate, but it s still
a better outcome than what
we were used to in the recent
past," he told journalists as
the report was released.
The report raised its esti-
mates for growth in the two
largest economies that use
the euro: It predicted Ger-
many would grow 0.7 per
cent this year, up from May s
prediction of 0.4 per cent.
France should see 0.3 per
cent growth, as opposed to
the contraction expected in
But it lowered its forecast
for the US to 1.7 per cent from
its estimate in May of 1.9 per
China, the biggest of the
emerging economies, was
seen growing 7.4 per cent,
down from a previous fore-
cast of 7.8 per cent.
The OECD also warned
that even though the econ-
omy of the countries that use
the euro has come out of
recession, the region is still
fragile and could drag down
While many emerging
economies are slowing, the
organisation said it thought
the worst was over in China.
emerging ones struggle NEW YORK---Kodak s trip through
bankruptcy is now a memory for the
Kodak says it finished its restructuring
and exited bankruptcy yesterday.
The company says it s now a com-
mercial imaging company serving busi-
ness markets such as packaging and
graphics. Chairman and CEO Antonio
Perez says it s on track for profitable
Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection
last year, brought down by increasing
competition, digital photography, and
debt. Since then it has sold off many of
its businesses and patents, while shutting
down the camera manufacturing unit
that made it famous.
Kodak says its old stock is cancelled
as of yesterday. Creditors are getting
shares in the reorganised company. (AP)
it has exited
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