Walmart Chile pulls court requests for police protection, but warns looting continues

  Reuters 

Image source : reuters.com
Walmart in Chile on Monday pulled requests it filed earlier with Chilean courts demanding police protection for its supermarkets, but said looting of its stores continued and that the situation following weeks of unrest remained "complex."
 ▼ Related news : 
17 of the funniest and stupidest bleep requests doctors ever received
The Poke  
What happens when the Queen dies? Strange requests and practices
Daily Star  
Man requests sword fight with ex-wife and lawyer to settle legal dispute
The Guardian  
Rafael Nadal requests tennis administrators to focus on a single world competition
International Business Times  
Rallying: Chile withdrawn from reduced world championship schedule
Reuters  
10 reasons to explore southern Chile
Evening Standard  
Chile's Codelco says uncovered $22 million insurance fraud involving unions
Reuters  
Meghan Markle's dad says she's turning royal family into 'Walmart with a crown on'
Daily Star  
Recent News !
  Fear of financial contagion is a bigger risk to markets than the medical kind
  Uber Technologies Inc is testing a feature that allows some drivers in California to set their fares, the Wall Street Journal reported...
  Company is seeking to grow its exports
  Michael Longhurst has unveiled his second season as artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse, which includes a stage adaptation of the film
  A Scottish tech start-up launched in April has already broken into the overseas market, closing out the year with around 200 clients.
  BP's finance chief Brian Gilvary is to step down in June after eight years in the role and will be replaced by a close ally of Bernard Looney who takes over as...
  Asda is one of the first UK supermarkets to start selling the Baileys Red Velvet Cupcake Liqueur
  JANUARY is the most popular time for divorce, meaning lots of parents are planning to separate over the next few weeks. But regardless of living...
  KEEN coin collectors should dig through their spare change, as the eight rarest and most valuable coins have been revealed. If you spot one of them...
  A popular park café has been forced to close - but its manager says he hopes to be back in business soon.
  Spain takes the biggest hit in fourth quarter, ECB’s quarterly bank survey shows
  A large problem remains: Washington does not know what it is trying to achieve
  My first job was an absolute dream: a 10-part series called The Specials in which I played a special constable called Anjali
  Edinburgh-based Cairn Energy has seen oil and gas revenues top $500 million (£384m) after production from its North Sea fields came in at the upper end of...
  Holidaymakers now have a choice of 21 locations in 10 countries direct from Norwich in 2020 – including two new summer flights to Turkey...
  KFC apologized for an advertisement in Australia that shows two young boys staring at a woman's breasts, after calls from a local campaign group to boycott the fast-food...
  Easyjet saw an increase in revenue as it gained business following the collapse of travel agent Thomas Cook.
  European planemaker Airbus said on Tuesday that it had decided to create new A321 production capacity at its French site in Toulouse, in order to...
  President Trump was scheduled to make his first appearance on the international stage since the House sent impeachment articles to the Senate, on the day his ...
  Stocks hit by negative developments in Hong Kong, worries about a deadly virus in China
  Under new plans, which are set to come into play on 16 March, shoppers will only earn eight points for every £1 spent, while many parents and older customers...
  EasyJet flew high in the last quarter of 2019 partly on the coattails of Thomas Cook's collapse as the...
  Global shares took a beating on Tuesday, wiping out all gains made at the start of the week as mounting concerns about a new strain of coronavirus in China sent a ripple...
  British job growth was the strongest in nearly a year, with the number of people in employment up by 208,000 to 32.9 million.
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode