Alcoholic product sales are a rich source of taxes for the NTA, which opened up marketing ideas to the general public in their Sake Viva! contest.
Walmart said its health care plans will now cover abortion for employees when there is rape or incest, or there is a health risk to the mother, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, or lack of fetal viability.
The $300 million investment is described as a way to help farmers and producers of organic products build new and better markets and streams of income.
The illness in the three states has been tied to a romaine-iceberg hybrid that is unique to Wendy’s, and that it uses only on sandwiches.
The box will contain either a Big Mac or a 10-piece Chicken McNugget, fries, and a soft drink, along with a toy such as Grimace, the Hamburglar, Birdie, or Cactus Buddy.
The bond’s net proceeds will go to projects that meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the group’s Green Finance Framework.
Volkswagen Korea’s dealers was said to be promising customers that they can immediately receive their cars regardless of waiting number.
With family doctors heading for the exits, addressing the crisis in primary care is key to easing pressure on emergency rooms
South Korea’s state power utility decided to jack up the adjusted unit fuel cost by 2.5 won per kilowatt hour.
MLP will have 16 teams instead of 12 in 2023, and players will compete in six events spread over six cities for more than US$2 million.
Walt Disney promoted Alisa Bowen to become Disney+ president as it prepares to launch the new ad tier subscription.
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The vitamin microcapsules, according to Xampla, "increase the volume of effective vitamins without affecting the product's taste."
SK Bioscience seeks approval for its SKY Covione COVID vaccine in Europe
SK Bioscience has applied for conditional approval for the use of SKY Covione, a COVID-19 vaccine, with the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
SKY Covione, developed jointly by the biotech affiliate of SK Group and the Institute for Protein Design (IPD) at the University of Washington, is a synthetic vaccine considered safer than those originating from bacterial cultures.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation provided funding for the product development.
According to Phase 3 clinical studies, the vaccine is significantly more immunogenic than the control vaccination Vaxzeria from AstraZeneca, according to SK Bioscience.
Extensive research in Phase 1 therapeutic trials showed that SKY Covione also induced a potent immune response against BA.1, of the Omicron variant family, when provided with booster shots.
The SK affiliate anticipates that the product will have a competitive advantage in the international market, which requires a consistent and stable supply of vaccines in the upcoming months.
Once it is added to the World Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Use List, it will be distributed to the global market through the COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access (COVAX) project, a global program created to enable equal access to COVID-19 vaccines.
According to data from the Korea Customs Service, Korea imported $2.35 billion worth of vaccines last year, a seven-fold rise from $340 million the year before.
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