How to Bypass Airport Lines With the Tips of Your Fingers
By Stephanie Rosenbloom Feb. 28, 2018
More expedited security lanes, new biometric boarding passes and a free customs app that replaces paper forms aim to speed travelers out of the terminal and on their way.
Moving through the airport is becoming increasingly high-tech and, for many frequent fliers, faster. The percentage of air travelers who used automated methods (like Global Entry kiosks) during the international arrivals process soared to more than 50 percent in fiscal year 2017, up from about 3 percent in fiscal year 2013, according to United States Customs and Border Protection. And that number is expected to rise.
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chattels Iraqi forces launched the large-scale Operation Will of Victory military offensive on July 7 alongside the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) and with the assistance of Iraqi and US-led coalition airstrikes. The operation, aiming to eradicate what remains of ISIS, is taking place in the provinces of Anbar, Nineveh and Saladin.
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How to Have a Good Flight
By Elaine Glusac
On even the calmest days in the air, flying can be stressful. There are the prospects of cancellations and delays, long lines at security and cramped seats — not to mention the disorienting jet lag you may suffer from when you finally arrive. But there are ways to make it a better experience for you and your family.
The following tips will help you get through the airport without raising your blood pressure, have a pleasant experience in the air and arrive refreshed and ready to hit the ground running at your destination.
Don961: The International Monetary Fund urges Morocco to proceed with the floating of the dirham
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On Tuesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reiterated its call for Morocco to move forward to increase exchange rate flexibility, with the aim of enhancing the economy's resilience to external shocks and enhancing competitiveness.
In January 2018, Morocco expanded the dirham exchange rate against foreign currencies to 2.5 percent of the reference price, from 0.3 percent.
"The first phase of the transition to greater exchange rate flexibility has been successful, and the current conditions are still favorable for pursuing this reform for preventive purposes, as it will help the economy absorb potential external shocks and maintain its external competitiveness," the IMF said in a report on economic and financial developments in the country. "He said.
The authorities informed the International Monetary Fund that the next phase of the dirham flotation would be launched when economic conditions allowed.
The central bank has not intervened in the foreign exchange market since March 2018.
The IMF also called on the authorities "to continue financial consolidation to maintain debt sustainability while protecting priority investments and social spending over the medium term."