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Advantages of Leasing and Financing Used Construction Equipment

The significance of construction equipment to the relevant industrial sectors is immense and entrepreneurs associated with construction industry are aware of the ever-present value of these machineries. However, with time and situational financial limitations, equipment owners are advised to opt for leasing and financing of used construction equipment. Many have realized that leasing and financing of used construction equipment is considered as an effective risk management…

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Posted on June 11, 2014 at 8:38am

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New U.S. Farm Subsidies Put Ontario Grain Farmers at Further Risk

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Growers committed to keeping farm workers safe as part of efforts help get Windsor-Essex to Stage 3

Local farmers are stepping up to play their part to help Windsor-Essex get to Stage 3 of re-opening.

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