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But his plans for more foreign joint ventures (JVs) face regulatory headwinds.
But the cellular technology giant and San Diego’s largest tech employer still faces significant headwinds.
Rio Tinto forecast cost headwinds of US$300 million in 2018, which would erase half its projected productivity improvements for this year.
Stiff headwinds forced the eight-seat jet to go through fuel quickly.
More: Pistons' playoff goal is well within reach despite many headwindsDrummond also replaces Kristaps Porzingis in Saturday’s skills challenge against seven other players (8 p.m., TNT).
Widespread expectations that the Federal Reserve is likely to raise short-term interest rates more aggressively this year to curb inflation is currently acting as a headwind for the stock market, Bond said.
Victor Oladipo’s flight was scheduled to land in L.A. at 11 a.m. on Thursday, but the Pacers eight-seat corporate jet slammed into 170-knot headwinds, and a plane that normally travels 500 miles per hour screeched to 350.
The headwind was pushing me back at the start and finish,’’ Koskei said.
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