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We’re bracing for Hurricane Irma

In the words of Creedence Clearwater Revival it, “Looks like we’re in for nasty weather” so we’re preparing for Hurricane Irma the best we can.

We expect to close Friday afternoon and will more than likely lose communication, but we will alert you as soon as we can when the storm passes.

On its present track some of our islands will get hit pretty hard so we all need to say a prayer for those folks.

Here on New Providence, if the course stays on its projected track, it appears we will feel the effects of the wind and rain, albeit not as strong as other parts of The Bahamas and Florida..

Keep your fingers crossed for us.

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U.S. autos content demands loom as obstacle in NAFTA talks

“MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – NAFTA negotiators discussed rules of origin on Monday as the Trump administration’s expected demand for U.S.-specific automotive content requirements was emerging as a major obstacle to a deal, auto industry lobbyists said.

“U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland arrived in Mexico City to close out the second round of talks to modernize the North American Free trade agreement on Tuesday along with Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo.”

“Autos are expected to be one of the most contentious parts of the talks because the sector accounts for the lion’s share of the U.S. trade deficit with Mexico.”

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GM doubling size of design studios at Michigan tech center

Latest investment part of $1 billion outlay at key engineering site

DETROIT — General Motors is doubling the size of its design studios as part of a previously announced $1 billion investment and renovation of its global technical center in suburban Detroit.

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R is for racecar: First Honda Civic Type R for the track debuts

“The car reportedly has 330 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque – presumably just a tweak of the ECU beyond the stock Type R’s 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet. There has been some weight reduction off the Type R’s 3,117 pounds, however. Weight of the JAS car is 2,750 pounds for a manual transmission and a bit over 2,800 for a car with a racing gearbox.”

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