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11:32

National

EU brings down roaming mobile-phone call costs to 19 euro cents a minute

J. A. BRAVO

...introduction of EU-wide roaming in June last year, operators generally continue charging high call tariffs for these types of conversations. For example, it can cost 60 cents per minute to call a Belgian mobile from a Spanish mobile and 1.50 euros vice versa.

11:34

Opinion

Unwinnable wars

ANDREW J. LINN

...will lie his way out of any situation, and that the North Korean leader has the respect of his people because he had many members of his own family killed, hardly commands respect. Quoting national security as the reason, Trump put tariffs on imported ... counter-measures. US exports plummeted by 61% and the tariffs were soon removed. Once again the affected countries have retaliated with unexpected consequences. It will be US wineries that will feel the effect. The defensive tariffs have made US wines 15-25% more

13:41

Opinion

Two syllables

Rachel Haynes

UK did decide to leave the EU, I suggested, it would just be like Norway. The biggest hassle would be to change the smallprint of all the rules, regulations and phone tariffs, that say "EU countries plus Norway, Switzerland etc." to include the UK in

13:30

Opinion

Surge pricing

ANDREW J. LINN

...rhyme or reason to justify tariffs. Our consumer profile calls the tune. Allegedly users of Apple products pay an average of 30% more for online purchases, on the assumption they have greater acquisitive power. Everything is 'negotiable', from cinema

13:36

LifeStyle

Shifting goal posts

REV ADRIAN LOW ANGLICAN CHAPLAIN, COSTA DEL SOL WEST

...provide a generation the peace so long in coming, on the Korean peninsula. Trump's rejection of the climate deal, upset of the G7, the imposition of trade tariffs and the closing down of routes from Muslim countries may, one day, be forgotten, but if the