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first_imgThe Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association, (MCSSTA) has respectfully called on the political leader of the Movement for Progressive Change (MPC), Mr. Simeon Freeman, to apologize to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for what they termed an “insult” to the Liberian leader.The group said the leader of MPC has failed to recognize Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as the sitting President of Liberia by making derogatory remarks about the President.“We are calling on the political leader of the (MPC), Simeon Freeman to kindly apologize to our President for using the media to call the Liberian leader the most irresponsible leader Liberia has ever produced and the most corrupt leader in the history of the presidency of Liberia.”Speaking to the Daily Observer on Monday, February 10, the general secretary of the MCSSTA, Samuel M. Nyanuh, said that Simeon Freeman’s words represented gross disrespect to the presidency and to the citizens of Liberia.Mr. Nyanuh wondered what precedent the MPC political leader was setting as a politician, describing Simeon Freeman’s statement as unfortunate and not to be taken into seriously.According to the MCSSTA head, this is not only an insult to the President, but the entire citizenry of Liberia because it takes irresponsible people to elect an irresponsible person as leader.Mr. Nyanuh said the political leader made an error and hopes that Simeon Freeman recognizes this and sincerely apologizes to President Sirleaf.It may be recalled that reacting to the President’s Annual Message the MPC’s political leader, on Monday, February 3, described the Liberian leader as the most irresponsible and corrupt leader Liberia had ever produced.Mr. Freeman said the Liberian leader made many promises to the citizens including the creation of 20,000 jobs, electricity, and other items, that he said had not materialized over the past eight years.He called on President Sirleaf to recommit herself to the Liberian people and live by the promises she had made.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_img(L-r) Assistant Registrar General Clifford Robinson and Registrar General, Prince Decker, The Assistant Registrar General for Copyright, Clifford Robinson, has been accused of attempting to forcefully take over as the acting director general of the Liberia Intellectual Property Office (LIPO). But Robinson has refuted the claim.“It’s a lie,” he told the Daily Observer.The agency’s director general, Atty. Roosevelt Gould and his two principal deputies, K. Rufus Moore and Fanta Barclay lost their jobs after the Executive Mansion issued a release relieving the heads of ministries and agencies, and ordering the human resource directors to run the affairs of such entities until new heads are appointed.The allegation against Robinson was corroborated by Ernest C. B. Bruce and K. Rufus Moore, board chairman and former deputy director general for industrial property, respectively. They said on Tuesday and Wednesday, Robinson took about six men with him to the office informing the staff that he was now the acting director general of the agency.They said he did not show any letter of appointment from the Joint Presidential Transitional Team (JPTT).“His attitude is deeply disturbing and has caused confusion among the staff. When I approached him about it, Robinson told me that he is not obligated to report to me and if I need clarity, I should call the president,” Bruce explained.But Robinson told the Daily Observer that the allegation against him is false and misleading and is intended to tarnish his reputation.“This is a CDC government, and no one should question the decision. These people are afraid that I’m qualified and may be appointed to the position by the government. I did not take anyone to the agency’s headquarters in an attempt to install myself as its new head. I have worked at the agency and know the line of succession,” said Robinson.However, Prince Decker, the registrar general of LIPO who, per agency leadership structure, is the acting director general, said Robinson attempted to impose himself as the agency’s head.“We have not received any communication from the Joint Presidential Transitional Team appointing him as the acting director general for the agency. Until then, he remains in his position as Assistant Registrar and Registrar General,” Decker said. “I’ve instructed the staff not to take instructions from him and the public not to do business with him.”Decker added that if Robinson is appointed as director general by the President, the staff will welcome him with open arms.“Mr. Robinson’s act is not only uncivilized, but also unspeakable; it’s disgusting. I am sick in my stomach to hear of such behavior in this modern day and age,” Decker added.Meanwhile, Fanta Barclay, director general for copyright, said she is shocked to hear that Robinson tried to impose himself as the head of the agency.“While I was at the office on Tuesday, I saw him entering the building with a few people. But I don’t know what happened at the end since I left earlier,” she said.LIPO is the agency that formulates policies on intellectual property rights and/or intellectual property regulations and grants applications for patents, including utility models, copyright/related rights, trademarks, industrial designs, geographical indications and layout-designs (topographies) of integrated circuits, among others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgOliver Klark, Jr., CEO, RoviaGate Technology LLCThe African Leadership Magazine will today, February 22, induct the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Liberian tech firm RoviaGate Technology LLC into its prestigious hall of fame.The honoree, Oliver W. Klark, Jr., is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of RoviaGate Technology LLC. An experienced business developer with proven innovative approaches to launching new products/services in emerging markets, Klark served as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of RoviaGate in 2010 and 2011 respectively, before becoming CEO in 2012.Founded in 2007 in the United States, RoviaGate Technology is a 100% Liberian-owned Information Communication Technology (ICT) firm providing solutions in data collection, warehousing, mining, and governance. The company relocated to Liberia in 2010.“At RoviaGate Technology, we have been able to tackle that problem by providing SMART (Scalable – Marketable – Actionable – Resourceful – Technological) solutions through our applications and devices” Klark told the Daily Observer in an interview.The company’s goal is to build capacity in several industry verticals; particularly government, financial services, security sector, and healthcare. This will lead to a data driven culture in the region by establishing a single source of truth (SSOT) that will enhance productivity and help business leaders to make more informed decision with regards to resource allocation and deployment. RoviaGate’s market position offers a unique perspective for sustainable collaborations and partnerships with global firms exploring growth opportunities, especially on the African continent.Under his leadership, RoviaGate has grown into a center of innovative solutions to everyday problems faced by government and citizens in sub-Saharan Africa; with solutions deployed in countries including Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Kenya. As he puts it, “at RoviaGate, we don’t just CREATE, WE INNOVATE!” RoviaGate has been able to “tackle problems by providing SMART (Scalable – Marketable – Actionable – Resourceful – Technological) integrated solutions through our applications and devices.” Yes! Devices.Over the past two years, Klark has led the design and development of internet of things (IOT) devices specifically for the African market, addressing all of the major challenges (power, connectivity, etc.) that prevent existing IOT devices from being effective in the region. Testing has been concluded and those devices will go on sale in five markets in July 2019.Klark is also an innovator and avid inventor with several patents certificate in his name.The African Leadership CEO’s Hall of Fame is an exclusive club of top Chief Executives from across the continent who have continuously exhibited a passion and commitment to diligence, success and transformational leadership in their bid to make Africa prosperous. The 2019 shortlist of leading business CEOs across the continent to be inducted into the Hall of Fame will take place in an award ceremony at the sidelines of the African Leadership Magazine Persons of the Year, on Friday, February 22, 2019 a the Sandton Event Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.Other African Leadership CEO Hall of Famers to be inducted along with Oliver Klark, Jr. include:Ms. Mukwandi Chibesakunda, first female Chief Executive Officer at National Savings and Credit (NATSAVE) Bank and First female President of the Zambia Institute of Banking and Finance;Mr. Olukayode A. Pitan, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank of Industry, who has participated in many innovative transactions in the Nigerian Capital Market;Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, CEO, Ethiopian Airlines, where he began his career in 1985;Rosemary Jairo, a Tanzanian diplomat with a career in the public & diplomatic service in Eastern-Southern Africa & the United Kingdom, who played a key role in improving the livelihood of local communities & migrants;Ahmed Al Shemeili, Head of Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear unit in Supreme Counsel for National Security, United Arab Emirates. He is also head of the national committee for Nuclear & Radiological Preparedness & Response;Mrs. Shamila Ramjawan, renown marketing guru who has been in the marketing and communications industry for over two decades. She published the book “Marketing tools and strategies” in July 2013.Previously inducted members of the CEO’s club include; H.E Marc Ravalomanana, Former President of Madagascar; Mr. Corneille KAREKEZI, Group Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, African Reinsurance Corporation; Mr. Adesola Kazeem Adeduntan, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of First Bank of Nigeria Limited and Subsidiaries; Mr. kabath Mesmin, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Keco Group Congo; Frank Brako Adu Jnr, Managing Director, Cal Bank Ghana;  Dr. Shepherd Bushiri, The President SB Investment, Johannesburg, South Africa;  Mr. Mohammed “Mo” Dewji, CEO of MeTL Group; Mohammed Jebbar, President, BC Skills Group, Morroco and and a host of other eminent CEO’s from across Africa.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgFormer President Bharrat Jagdeo has chided President David Granger and Government ministers over their lacklustre approach towards Guyana’s first people and the Heritage Month celebrations currently underway.Speaking at his Church Street Office, the Opposition Leader drew specificFormer President Bharrat Jagdeoreference to the President and his minister’s approach and treatment of this grouping of Guyanese, as was evident during the hosting of the National Toshaos Conference (NTC).President Granger was also a no show on the opening night of the Heritage Month activities, with subject minister Sidney Allicock simply declaring that the Head of State was “busy.”Speaking with members of the local media corps during a press engagement, Jagdeo said, “We hope that we are not going to be subjected to platitudes again from Government of Guyana about how much they care for Amerindian people in speeches this month, when the practice in the past two years is one that could lead to the dispossession of Amerindians of their lands and a loss of welfare in their communities.”Jagdeo was adamant the PPP/C and the Amerindian peoples were not looking to hear commonplace jargon and rhetoric from the administration about their love affair with peoples of the hinterland.According to Jagdeo, the current administration “has a lot of ministers who do very little during the day… Look at the callous disregard they had for the Amerindian People; the Minister said they can only meet with the Amerindian from 6 to 8pm when the Toshaos conference was going on.”He quipped that Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan was too busing hunting criminals during the day.The former president recalled that during his tenure as Head of State, he attended the NTC and sat for two full days during the course of those meetings, in addition to having the ministers present “working with people, listening to their concerns.”He juxtaposed his administration’s approach to that of the coalition APNU/AFC (A Partnership for National Unity, Alliance for Change) Administration.“In this case, we had a speech from the President right at the beginning. (He was) supposed to go the last day, (but) didn’t even show up. It is total disregard for people; and then you question why they are concerned.”Speaking to the recently concluded NTC, Jagdeo surmised that many left the capital city “without being any clearer as to the Government’s position, or in fact leaving with more trepidation about the Government’s position on these issues.”He drew reference to the Commission of Inquiry set up by President Granger to look into land ownership, “and the position taken by Government in this regard.”Jagdeo observed, too, that despite the Amerindian land component of the CoI being put on pause, “the damage is already done, because the Government unilaterally put in place the terms of reference without consultations.”He posited that Government has also publicly endorsed some of the “more extreme positions that could become a wedge between Amerindians of Guyana and other races, particularly Afro-Guyanese; and we must fight this.”The Opposition Leader also surmised that with the CoI proceeding as it is, “it is raising more worry in the minds of the people as to where it will end, and how much more divisive it will be, not just between Afro- Guyanese and Amerindian, but Afro Guyanese and Indo-Guyanese now.”He reminded, too, that the PPP would adamantly oppose any attempts to take away any benefits afforded to Amerindians through proposed amendments to the Amerindian Act.“We have seen Eric Phillips before the CoI saying that the Amerindian Act of 2006 was an act of reparation.”Jagdeo reminded that the Amerindian Act of 2006 did not give any lands to that section of the Guyanese population—a notion being peddled by Phillips—but rather outlined a process by which Amerindians can access land. He recalled, too, the now infamous statements by Minister Keith Scott, wherein he called Amerindians avaricious (greedy), and had said too that subsurface rights had been afforded to Amerindians as a result of the act; and as a result, they should not benefit from sub-surface rights.“Any attempts to take away sub-surface rights from indigenous people will again be opposed,” according to the opposition leader.He was critical too of Government’s approach to the use of money earned under the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) and Guyana’s pact with the Kingdom of Norway, which led to sums being set aside for the land titling programme for Amerindians.“A significant part was set aside for the titling activities; that has practically stalled.” He reminded too that monies had been placed in an Amerindian Development Fund but Government has since been cherry picking with its use of funds that had already been set aside.Jagdeo is adamant the money is there, and that Government must, instead of dragging its feet, accelerate the process.last_img read more

first_imgSecond-half goals from defenders Ludwig Augustinsson and Andreas Granqvist, from the penalty spot, plus a comical own goal were reward for a physical display from Sweden, who only made it to Russia by beating Italy in the play-offs.They and Mexico, who were ragged throughout, will next play whichever two teams emerge out of Brazil, Switzerland and Serbia in Group E, which concludes later on Wednesday.Mexico came into the game at the Yekaterinburg Arena in the driving seat in a group where all four teams, including South Korea, could qualify, but they appeared the more nervous.It took them less than 30 seconds to make their mark on Sweden, Jesus Gallardo earning a yellow card for clattering into Ola Toivonen almost straight from kick-off.Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa handled outside the box and then flapped at the resulting free-kick. On 12 minutes Marcus Berg clipped wide from close range with a bicycle kick.On the quarter-hour mark, Mexico, who had the overwhelming support inside the stadium, should have taken the lead when Carlos Vela found himself in space on the edge of the box.His bending left-footer shaved the post, catapulting a few sombreros off the heads of Mexico fans as they expectantly sprang to their feet.They were up again on 30 minutes when referee Nestor Pitana of Argentina took a look at a video replay when the ball hit Mexico striker Javier Hernandez on the arm in the box.After lingering at the pitch-side monitor, then going back for a second glance, Pitana ruled it no penalty — the Mexicans celebrated as if they had scored a goal.The Swedish players and coach Janne Andersson were furious, and understandably — Hernandez appeared to move his arm towards the ball.Sweden, with their greater physicality, were on top, but Mexico were dangerous on the break.At the interval, with the game also goalless in Kazan, Mexico and Germany were going through.Sweden badly needed a goal and five minutes after half-time they deservedly got it, defender Augustinsson popping up from left-back to volley in.There was more drama on the hour, as Hector Moreno brought down Berg in the box and skipper Granqvist held his nerve in front of the massed ranks of Mexicans to bury his penalty.Plastic beer cups rained down, before Mexico defender Edson Alvarez compounded a miserable evening with a 74th-minute own goal when he miskicked past Ochoa.That left Mexico in a perilous position, as a late German winner would have sent the Central Americans crashing out, but two injury-time South Korean goals in Kazan ensured Juan Carlos Osorio’s men edged through as runners-up.Mexico will need to pick themselves up quickly if they are to go beyond the last 16 for the first time since 1986 and end a run of six consecutive second-round defeats.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist scored his second penalty of the tournament to help his side into the last 16. PHOTO/AFP / HECTOR RETAMALYEKATERINBURG, Russia, Jun 27- Sweden surged into the last 16 of the World Cup with a deserved 3-0 victory on Wednesday over a poor Mexico side, who still qualified ahead of Germany after the holders’ loss to South Korea.The Swedes went through to the knockout rounds as the unlikely winners of Group F, taking the beaten Mexicans with them.last_img read more

first_imgZlatan Ibrahimovic has become one of the most recognisable faces in football, creating as much of a stir off the pitch, as he does on it.The 6ft 5in Swede certainly isn’t short on confidence, but what do the ladies of the Great British public make of Zlatan, as he looked then and now?We hit the streets of London to find out they thought of Ibrahimovic’s transformation over ten years, and you can check out their hilarious reactions in the video above!And before you say it, yes, we know: girls don’t react to Zlatan, Zlatan reacts to girls!For more of the best sports entertainment on YouTube, check out the talkSPORT channel here.last_img read more

first_img In his second game back from a two-game suspension for a flagrant foul, Bryant hit a game-winning 6-foot jump shot with 11.4 seconds left and exploded for 50 points, eight rebounds and eight assists to give the Lakers a 112-109 victory in front of 20,154 Saturday night at Staples Center. Bryant bombarded the Clippers with 40 points in the second half the second highest point total in a half in Laker history. He once scored 42 in a half in March 2003. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “I felt like this is a big game for us,” Bryant said. “There’s a lot being said in the papers about this game, and at halftime, I just tuned in. I said I’m going to over-will these guys. I’m just going to overpower them, go through them and send them a message.” As for his game-winning shot, he strangely pointed to an NFL quarterback to explain it. “I can’t fully take credit for that last move,” he said. “I stole it from Michael Vick, believe it or not.” Bryant’s game-winner snapped a 12-1 Clipper run that put the Clippers briefly up 109-108 with 25 seconds left when Elton Brand scored over the Lakers’ Kwame Brown. The Clippers had a possession down 110-109 after Bryant’s key jump shot, but a turnover from Shaun Livingston gave the Lakers’ Smush Parker an uncontested fast-break layup to put the Lakers up 112-109. If the Lakers and Clippers are connected this season as borderline playoff teams without serious chances of winning a championship, the Lakers at least have one thing the Clippers don’t: A show-stopping, logic-defying superstar with the ability to take over basketball games and do things that often border on impossible named Kobe Bryant. center_img On the Clippers’ next possession, Cuttino Mobley made a 3-point shot that came well after the final buzzer that could have sent the game into overtime. Mobley finished with a season-high 36 points, and Brand had 28 points and 10 rebounds. About Mobley’s near 3-pointer and the final possession with 4.4 seconds left, Livingston said, “That seemed like the clock ran fast. I felt like 4.4 seconds was more than it was, but it just ran down on us.” Although the Clippers battled from a 12-point fourth quarter deficit to take the lead, they simply didn’t have an answer for Bryant. He also had a crowd-chanting 11-point barrage that included three 3-pointers in a 2-minute, 1-second span to start the fourth quarter to help void a 13-point lead by the Clippers in the third quarter. “For a time there, it was like he was on the court by himself,” Lakers forward Lamar Odom said. Bryant’s barrage subsided but had a ripple effect. He finished with 22 points in the fourth quarter, and helped Brian Cook, who had 16 points, get wide-open shots. “I tried to do everything I knew to do it,” Clippers coach Mike Dunleavy said of trying to stop Bryant. “We were sending guys out at him. We were double-teaming him. We had length on him. Guys had hands there. It’s not like he was getting uncontested shots. We did everything we could against him.” The Clippers scored 37 second-quarter points to go up 55-50 at halftime. If there truly is a battle for the Los Angeles this season, the Clippers took a big step back by losing for the ninth time in 12 games. They were trying for a fourth consecutive win over the Lakers and never beaten the Lakers three in a row in Clipper history until they won on Nov. 18 with a 97-91 victory. CLIPPERS/LAKERS NOTEBOOK: With his 48-point effort against the Sixers, Bryant became the youngest player ever to score 15,000 points in his career. The only players to accomplish the feat at age 27 are Bryant, Wilt Chamberlain and Michael Jordan. … When Bryant and Parker combined to hit all 12 3-pointers they took Friday, it was the first time in NBA history two teammates were perfect from 3-point range, with each player taking at least five shots from beyond the arc. … The Clippers may have a better record than the Lakers, but with the Lakers’ storied past, there is probably no reasonable way for Los Angeles to become more of a “Clipper town” than “Laker town.” The numbers at the Staples Center turnstiles help show this. Through 15 home games, the Lakers had 11 sellouts. Saturday’s game officially was a Clipper home game, and it was just the Clippers’ third sellout of 15 home games. : Ross Siler contributed to the notebook 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgWidespread broadband is to be installed across the majority of Donegal as early as April, Eircom has revealed.The red parts of the map indicate the areas of Donegal which will get eFibre broadband between April and June while the green areas already have it.The country’s biggest telephone provider has revealed on its website that more than thirty telephone exchanges locally can expect to have eFibre broadband available between April/June.This will include a heavy concentration of telephone exchanges in South, West and North Donegal and in the Inishowen area. Parts of Letterkenny, Inishowen and Donegal Town are already eFibre enabled. Some parts of Donegal cannot get regular broadband yet and many other exchanges have low output.Some of the county’s exchanges have an ASDL2 system enabling current speeds of up to 24mb, whereas the exchanges that came on stream in the early broadband days have the older ASDL1 system with maximum download speeds of 8mb.The introduction of eFibre will see these speeds increase to a maximum 100mb download depending on proximity to an exchange or eFibre cabinet.Eircom’s latest interactive map shows a work schedule where the 34 Donegal exchanges can expect eFibre work to be completed between April and June of this year. Although unconfirmed, the map seems to indicate that Tory island will come under the eFibre broadband from Falcarragh.Meanwhile, Arranmore Island does not seem to be included in the upgrade according to the map, but bizarrely a check on Eircom’s website indicates that areas in Aphort and Leabgarrow on the island are eFibre enabled despite the island having no broadband availability.The community of Arranmore has been campaigning for better internet access for some years now. The island’s telephone system is connected to an exchange on the mainland that cannot accommodate broadband.In November last a London based islander said his plans to move his technology company to the island cannot happen because of the unavailability of broadband. DONEGAL TO GET WIDESPREAD eFIBRE BROADBAND AS EARLY AS APRIL was last modified: January 2nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AprildonegaleFibreEircomInishowenletterkennylast_img read more

first_imgDonegal get on the road today hoping to put Armagh to the sword on their way to another Ulster Final.Donegal fans will travel in large numbers to Armagh.Rory Gallagher and his team will be wary of an improving Orchard County team who are getting stronger all the time under Kieran McGeeney.Thousands of fans are to leave towns and villages across the county this morning for the Athletic Grounds and this quarter final game which has a 2pm throw-in. Donegal may be favourites against the Division Three men of Armagh but McGeeney will have done his homework on where Donegal can be exposed.But he knows too he will have to stop the likes of Michael Murphy and Patrick McBrearty from getting the scores on the board.Each and every game in the Ulster championship will be a test for Donegal and will stand to them if they continue to win.The prize for a win against Armagh will be a semi-final test against Derry. We all know Donegal can beat any team on their day.Hopefully shortly after 3pm today, the search will be on for semi-final tickets! DONEGAL’S ADVENTURE CONTINUES AS THEY SEEK TO BRUSH ASIDE ARMAGH was last modified: June 13th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:armaghdonegalGAARory GallagherUlsterlast_img read more

first_imgThe Central Statistics Office (CSO) has today revealed figures that show that more people are opting for used cars when searching for a new set of wheels. In the first nine months of 2017, a total of 121,595 new private cars were licensed, a drop of 10.3% compared with the same period last year.In September 2017, the number of new private cars licensed fell by 17.4% compared with September 2016. On a seasonally adjusted basis, new private cars licensed recorded no change in September 2017 compared with August 2017.Brendan Curtin, Statistician commented: “Since 2010, one third (33.9%) of all private cars licensed for the first time were secondhand (imported) vehicles, and of these, three to five-year-old vehicles were the most popular.“In the first nine months of 2017, just one percent were less than one year old, while over five percent were ten years or older (vehicles first registered outside of Ireland before 2008).“Eight out of ten (79.1%) imported private cars were diesel, while electric vehicles made up just half of one percent.” Figures show surge in popularity of used cars was last modified: October 11th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:carsCSOlicensedNewstatisticsusedlast_img read more