BARRIGADA HEIGHTS, Guam — A shipment of 5,000 license plates was due to arrive on Guam on Jan. 3 in order to relieve a license plate shortage, Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation Director John P. Camacho told the Journal on Dec. 28. Camacho said the shortage is likely due to a combination of increased demand and ordering delays, and the Department of Revenue and Taxation will be investigating the matter to avoid another shortage.
JAL earns accolades, announces new wine and sake selections
TOKYO — Japan Airlines was named “Best Trans-Pacific Airline” and “Best Airline to Japan” by . . .
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