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Real Estate newsletter: Trojan history is up for grabs

The Los Angeles Times 20 Feb 2021
After four decades of Trojan presidents residing in the famed Seeley Mudd estate in San Marino, the school is selling it off as a cost-cutting measure ... A slice of Trojan history is up for grabs in San Marino, where the USC presidential mansion hit the market for $24.5 million.
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USC’s presidential mansion lists for the first time ever at $24.5 million

The Los Angeles Times 12 Feb 2021
A slice of Trojan history is up for grabs in San Marino, where the USC presidential mansion just hit the market for $24.5 million ... “The home in San Marino, ... At $24.5 million, it’s the priciest property currently on the market in San Marino, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
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P182-million seized cigarettes destroyed in Zamboanga City

Manila Bulletin 07 Dec 2020
Among the illegally manufactured cigarettes that were destroyed bore the brands of Modern, Tough, “Fort”, LS, Gudang Baru, San Marino, Commando, Champion, Cannon, Tradition, New Berlin, Astro, Grow, MLB, Bravo, Mighty, On, Casa Blanca, San Marino, Royal, and Astro,.
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IMF Executive Board Concludes the 2020 Article IV Consultation with the Republic of San Marino

International Monetary Fund 02 Apr 2020
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 in San Marino and Italy has significantly increased uncertainty ... It focuses on San Marino’s near- and medium-term challenges and policy priorities and was prepared before COVID-19 became a global pandemic and resulted in unprecedented strains in global trade, commodity, and financial markets.
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IMF Executive Board Concludes 2019 Article IV Consultation with the Republic of San Marino

International Monetary Fund 25 Mar 2019
San Marino made progress in improving the business climate and increasing labor market flexibility, yet—absent swift and significant policy actions to restore banking system viability, support credit conditions, and mitigate fiscal risks—growth prospects are projected to remain weak.
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