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Pula

The currency of Botswana. It was introduced in 1976, replacing the South African rand. It has historically been one of the strongest currencies in Africa, and is used in Zimbabwe (along with other currencies) because the Zimbabwean dollar is effectively worthless.
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Since the Clean Truck program began in October '08, the POLA has provided incentives for 2200 trucks--placing the program ahead of its projected timeline.
Within the next five years, the POLA said it will implement shore-side electricity at 15 berths.
Ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) is also being promoted at the port, which has the POLA in a court battle regarding making it a requirement to use the fuel.
POLA and the POLB plan to eliminate these heavy-duty truck emissions by 2011, aligning themselves with the EPA 2007 on-road PM emissions standards of 0.
Prior to the CAAP, the Vessel Speed Reduction program was voluntary, initiated by POLA in 2001.
Sanfield added that the inbound side is less promising than exports; however, over the next six months, the POLA is forecasting for flat to 5 percent growth.
container ports during the first half of 2010, with POLA and POLB potentially seeing a 28 percent spike in imports during that time frame.
Singh and condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian occupation forces in Chirikot Sector Due to Indian firing Kakuta, Nullah and Polas villages on 02 September 2017, resulting in the Shahadat of an 8 years old girl, Momina, resident of village Polas.
Polas met the 12 participants in two groups weekly, in addition to visiting them individually on the job.
I see how hard their bodies are working and the damage disorganized patterns are causing," Polas says, "and my goal becomes getting them out of pain and teaching them to be effortless behind the bar and to wake each morning feeling good, versus wrecked.
Singh and condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian occupation forces in Chirikot Sector (Kakuta, Nullah and Polas Villages), resulting in the shahadat of an 8 years old girl, Momina, resident of village Polas, says a press statement issued by the Foreign Office here.