Most college students usually have a hard time studying for hours, submitting their assignments on time, preparing for upcoming exams, and finding time for their hobbies. Life becomes tougher when you have a part-time job and a family to take care of. While college life can be stressful, it doesn’t have to be. You can save a lot of time and get the results that you want by getting help from your colleagues, tutors, and online experts. When it comes to online experts, there are a lot of platforms that will help you submit your assignments on time. However, you should always use reputable ones to avoid getting scammed. Among them is Edubirdie. By googling this platform, you’ll find a lot of Edubirdie reviews on various platforms such as Reddit and numerous sites. In this post, we are going to answer the question – Is Edubirdie legit?
Why you need an Edubirdie essay
The rise of technology has led to the creation of numerous academic writing platforms in the digital space. These platforms exist to help learners submit high-quality papers on time and get good grades. Since there are a lot of essay writing platforms on the web, it’s not easy to find one that is ideal for you. It is crucial to invest time in researching and reading comprehensive reviews, for example, edubirdie.com review, and familiarizing yourself with the platform’s terms and conditions to avoid any potential pitfalls. I am pleased to report that Edubirdie ratings are quite high in the USA and other nations across the globe. The developers created a website that is not only easy to access but also navigate.
Every writer that you’ll interact with here has been screened thoroughly to ensure that you always get value for your money. If you are worried about paying huge amounts of money to the site, don’t fret. Their prices are pocket-friendly. Plus, the more you use their services, the easier it will be to get an Edubirdie discount code.
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Most websites that deal with academic writing usually display the services that they provide together with a price list. After reading a comprehensive Edubirdie review and testing the platform, I discovered that there is no fixed price on the homepage. However, you can easily figure out how much you’ll pay for a particular service by visiting the website, heading to my account, and inputting login information. Next, place your order and choose a writer. The platform will calculate the amount that you’ll pay based on a wide range of factors. They include the experience of the writer and the complexity and urgency of your paper assignment. Several reviews on Edubirdie at Yelp have shown that the average price of an academic paper starts from $13.99 per page. Compared to other reputable platforms in 2023, you’ll realize that Edubirdie legit is 100 percent true.
Quality of academic paper
Navigating the site is one of the easiest things that you’ll do in the essay-writing process. Once you put in the details of your assignment, you’ll be provided with a list of reputable writers who can work on your assignment. You’ll get to choose based on their qualifications and experience. And this will improve the quality of your paper. Choosing the ideal writer will ensure that your definition essay is error-free and original. You won’t have to use a dictionary to know the meaning of particular words while reading your essay.
Customer service review
A common trait of unreliable essay writing platforms is poor customer service. They may start ignoring you, especially after sending them money. This doesn’t happen at Edubirdie. I initiated contact numerous times with Edubirdie customer agents via different channels. And they responded accurately and on time. They were there to help me throughout the process. You can converse with them via social media platforms, contact number, live chat, or email. You can ask them about coupon codes, promo codes, or any other questions that you may have in mind.
Pros and cons
There is nothing perfect in this world. And this applies to Edubirdie. Here are its pros and cons:
- Responsive customer service department
- Unique and error-free essay papers
- Easy access to screened writers
- Numerous factors determine the amount that you’ll pay
- Most reviewers publish inaccurate information about the site
- Fake bio photos of a few writers
1. What is Edubirdie legit?
It is one of the leading essay writing platforms in the digital space. According to Ressellerratings, it has assisted thousands of students in different countries to achieve their biggest goals in life.
2. Will I spend a fortune?
No. Edubirdie offers pocket-friendly services to its clients. While many factors determine how much you’ll pay, the starting price of a college paper is $13.99 per page. No to mention the discounts and promo codes that you’ll get in the process.
3. Will my work be 100 percent original?
Yes. Edubirdie does not tolerate any form of plagiarism. In case a writer submits duplicate content, you can always report it and have them rewrite the paper. If they fail to correct issues, they won’t be paid.
If you’ve been struggling with your assignments, you should consider getting help from the experts. One of the popular platforms for essay help on the web today is Edubirdie. It’s perfect for students who want nothing but the best at an affordable price. The more you use the site, the easier it will be to get discount codes. Don’t hesitate to get help from the agents via live chat, email, or phone. They will be glad to assist you achieve your long-term goals.
U.S. companies are barreling towards a $1.8 trillion corporate debt
US firms are barreling towards a giant wall of corporate debt that’s about to mature over the next few years, Goldman Sachs strategists said in a note.
There’s $1.8 trillion of corporate debt maturing over the next two years, Goldman Sachs estimated. Firms could be slammed with higher debt servicing costs as interest rates stay elevated. That could eat into corporate revenue and weigh on the US job market.
The investment bank estimated that $790 billion of corporate debt was set to mature in 2024, followed by $1.07 trillion of debt maturing in 2025. That amounts to $1.8 trillion of debt reaching maturity within the next two years, in addition to another $230 billion that will reach maturity by the end of this year, Goldman strategists said.
The wave of debt that will need to be refinanced could spell trouble for companies, as interest rates have been raised aggressively by the Fed over the last year. The Fed funds rate is now targeted between 5.25%-5.5%, the highest range since 2001.
For every extra dollar spent to service their debt, firms will likely pull back on capital expenditures spending by 10 cents and labor spending by 20 cents, the strategists estimated, a reduction that could weigh down the job market by 5,000 payrolls a month in 2024 and 10,000 payrolls a month in 2025.
Experts have warned of trouble for US corporations as credit conditions tighten. Already, the tally of corporate debt defaults in 2023 has surpassed the total number of defaults recorded last year. As much of $1 trillion in corporate debt could be at risk for default if the US faces a full-blown recession, Bank of America warned, though strategists at the bank no longer see a downturn as likely in 2023.
Russian response to sanctions: billions in dollar terms are stuck in Russia
“Tens of billions in dollar terms are stuck in Russia,” the chief executive of one large company domiciled in a country told ‘The Financial Times’. “And there is no way to get them out.”
Western companies that have continued to operate in Russia since Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine have generated billions of dollars in profits, but the Kremlin has blocked them from accessing the cash in an effort to turn the screw on “unfriendly” nations.
Groups from such countries accounted for $18 billion (€16.8 billion) of the $20 billion in Russian profits that overseas companies reported for 2022 alone, and $199 billion of their $217 billion in Russian gross revenue.
Many foreign businesses have been trying to sell their Russian subsidiaries but any deal requires Moscow’s approval and is subject to steep price discounts. In recent days British American Tobacco and Swedish truck maker Volvo have announced agreements to transfer their assets in the country to local owners.
Local earnings of companies from BP to Citigroup have been locked in Russia since the imposition last year of a dividend payout ban on businesses from “unfriendly” countries including the US, UK and all EU members. While such transactions can be approved under exceptional circumstances, few withdrawal permits have been issued.
US groups Philip Morris and PepsiCo earned $775 million and $718 million, respectively. Swedish truck maker Scania’s $621 million Russian profit in 2022 made it the top earner among companies that have since withdrawn from the country. Philip Morris declined to comment. PepsiCo and Scania did not respond to requests for comment.
Among companies of “unfriendly” origin that remain active in Russia, Austrian bank Raiffeisen reported the biggest 2022 earnings in the country at $2 billion, according to the KSE data.
US-based businesses generated the largest total profit of $4.9 billion, the KSE numbers show, followed by German, Austrian and Swiss companies with $2.4 billion, $1.9 billion and $1 billion, respectively.
‘The Financial Times’ reported last month that European companies had reported writedowns and losses worth at least €100 billion from their operations in Russia since last year’s full-scale invasion.
German energy group Wintershall, which this year recorded a €7 billion non-cash impairment after the Kremlin expropriated its Russian business, has “about €2 billion in working interest cash… locked in due to dividend restrictions”, investors were told on a conference.
“The vast majority of the cash that was generated within our Russian joint ventures since 2022 has dissipated,” Wintershall said last month, adding that no dividends had been paid from Russia for 2022.
Russian officials are yet to outline “a clear strategy for dealing with frozen assets”, said Aleksandra Prokopenko, a non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Russia Eurasia Centre. “However, considering the strong desire of foreign entities to regain their dividends, they are likely to explore using them as leverage – for example to urge western authorities to unfreeze Russian assets.”
Transforming Africa’s Transport and Energy Sectors in landmark Zanzibar Declaration
A special meeting of African ministers in charge of transport and energy held from 12-15 September on the theme, “Accelerating Infrastructure to Deliver on the AU Agenda 2063 Aspirations” has concluded with an action-oriented Zanzibar Declaration aimed at spurring the Continent’s transport and energy sectors.
Convened under the auspices of the African Union’s Fourth Ordinary Specialized Technical Committee on Transport, Transcontinental and Interregional Infrastructure and Energy, the meeting was organized by the African Union Commission (AUC) in collaboration with the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).
Speaking at the Ministerial segment of the meeting, Robert Lisinge, Acting Director of the Private Sector Development and Finance Division at the ECA called on member states to address the barriers limiting private sector investments in infrastructure and energy, urging them to facilitate investments by creating conducive policy and regulatory environments. “The requirements of continental infrastructure development and the aspirations of Agenda 2063 and Agenda 2030 far exceed current levels of public sector investment,” he said.
He stressed that over the next ten years, there is a need for concerted action to address energy transition and security issues, in order to open up opportunities for the transformation of the continent. He cited ECA’s analytical work on the AfCFTA, which demonstrates there are investment opportunities for infrastructure development in the area of transport and energy and added that digitization and artificial intelligence offer great opportunities for the efficient operation of infrastructure.
According to the Zanzibar Declaration, the Ministers adopted the AUC and ECA continental regulatory framework for crowding-in private sector investment in Africa’s electricity markets. This framework will be used as an instrument for fast-tracking private sector investment participation in Africa’s electricity markets. The Declaration also called on ECA and partners to develop a continental energy security policy framework as called for by the 41st Ordinary Session of the Executive Council and an Energy Security Index and Dashboard to track advancements in achieving Africa’s energy security.
The meeting acknowledged the efforts by ECA to support Member States in coordinating Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) with development partners and the establishment of the African School of Regulation (ASR) as a pan-African centre of excellence to enhance the capacity of Member States on energy regulation.
The Declaration requested the ECA and partner institutions to further act in the following areas:
The AUC, in collaboration with AUDA-NEPAD, ECA, AfDB, RECs, Africa Transport Policy Programme (SSATP), and the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat to implement the roadmap on the comprehensive and integrated regulatory framework on road transport in Africa.
ECA, in collaboration with AUC, to identify innovative practices and initiatives that emerged in the aviation industry in Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic and propose ways of sustaining such practices, including the development of smart airports with digital solutions for improved aviation security facilitation and environmental protection.
ECA, in collaboration with AUC, to establish mechanisms for systematic implementation, monitoring and evaluation of continental strategies for a sustainable recovery of the aviation industry.
The AUC, AUDA-NEPAD, AfDB and UNECA to engage with development partners and Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) to mobilize resources for projects preparation and implementation of PIDA-PAP 2 projects.
ECA and AUC, in collaboration with partners, to coordinate PPP initiatives to avoid duplication of efforts and strengthen complementarity.
The AUC and ECA to work with continental, regional and specialized institutions to support the design and implementation of programmes, courses, and capacity development initiatives of the African School of Regulation (ASR) to support the implementation of the African Single Electricity Market and Continental Power System Master Plan.
The AUC to work with AUDA-NEPAD, AfDB, ECA and RECs, respective power pools, regional regulatory bodies, and relevant stakeholders to design continental mechanisms for regulating and coordinating electricity trade across power pools.
AUDA-NEPAD, AUC, AFREC, ECA, AfDB, Power pools and development partners to comprehensively assess local manufacturing of renewable energy technologies and beneficiation of critical minerals for battery manufacturing.
ECA and AFREC to accelerate the implementation of the Energy4Sahel Project to improve the deployment of off-grid technologies and clean cooking in the affected Member States.
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