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2015/01/25 09:43
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WASHINGTON — When Roberta Jacobson's plane touches down in Havana this week, she will be the highest-ranking U.S. diplomat to visit the island since President Jimmy Carter's administration. Her job?...
2015/01/25 09:43
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2015/01/23 17:11
2015/01/23 17:11
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New Saudi King Salman names second-in-line to throne, vows to maintain predecessors' policies RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- Saudi Arabia's new king moved swiftly Friday to name the country's interior...
2015/01/23 06:12
2015/01/23 06:12
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WASHINGTON (AP) — What now? The European Central Bank's plan to rescue Europe's economy won't work on its own. Its success hinges on whether people, governments and companies do what's needed: Spend,...
2015/01/22 19:09
2015/01/22 19:09
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The bond purchases will not begin until March. They are cribbed about with conditions that may ultimately prove damaging and possibly fatal. Adam Posen, a former UK rate-setter and now head of...
2015/01/21 20:27
2015/01/21 20:27
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So far, it seems China remains committed to the OPEC nation, at least according to Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro, who announced in early January that China had pledged another $20 billion in...
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2015/01/21 04:57
2015/01/21 04:57
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WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama can claim credit for bringing the economy back from the edge of catastrophe. But on Tuesday (Jan 20) he turned his focus to a glaring failure of the recovery:...
2015/01/20 23:28
2015/01/20 23:28
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WASHINGTON — When Roberta Jacobson's plane touches down in Havana this week, she will be the highest-ranking U.S. diplomat to visit the island since President Jimmy Carter's administration. Her job?...
2015/01/19 18:19
2015/01/19 18:19
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Shin Dong-hyuk poses before a news conference to present the book "Escape from Camp 14." (Reuters) SEOUL -- Always get a second source. It’s one of the fundamental rules of journalism. But what do...
2015/01/19 17:44
2015/01/19 17:44
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The economic relationship between the world's two most populous democracies in India and the US is quite appropriately perhaps the most people-centric between any two major nations. Indian nationals...
2015/01/17 12:27
2015/01/17 12:27
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The Swiss National Bank (SNB) had little choice but to abandon its three-year-old cap on the franc but its execution of the move left a vacuum of policy uncertainty where a pillar of stability stood...
2015/01/16 00:43
2015/01/16 00:43
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WASHINGTON — Just over two decades after lobbying unsuccessfully against the North American Free Trade Agreement, U.S. labor unions are again voicing strong reservations to a proposed major...
2015/01/14 00:03
2015/01/14 00:03
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WASHINGTON – Just over two decades after lobbying unsuccessfully against the North American Free Trade Agreement, U.S. labor unions are again voicing strong reservations to a proposed major...
2015/01/13 00:28
2015/01/13 00:28
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Fellow Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, one of the embargo's most strident supporters, has blasted Obama's decision to improve relations with Havana but said he would listen to the...
2015/01/11 08:27
2015/01/11 08:27
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Legal challenge shows rocky path to ECB money-printing FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A landmark legal opinion this week will remind the European Central Bank of the limits it faces as it advances towards...
2015/01/08 23:27
2015/01/08 23:27
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The north's economy is surprisingly internationalized, with no signs of slowing down. In 2013, as an example, North Korean trade totaled $8.6 billion, with 77.4 percent of that amount stemming from...
2015/01/08 16:24
2015/01/08 16:24
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Patterson Library: For the BirdsTue, January 20, 2015 @ 6:30PM For the Birds, Patterson Library, Westfield, 40 South Portage Street. Educational and fun program for students ages 8 and older! On...
2015/01/08 02:46
2015/01/08 02:46
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WASHINGTON — The European economic crisis refuses to go gently into the night. As 2015 opens, Europe represents "the biggest economic threat" to the fragile global recovery, as The Economist magazine...
2015/01/06 08:33
2015/01/06 08:33
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At long last, prime minister Narendra Modi’s crack team to steady and restore India’s faltering economy is complete. The latest additions came on Monday, with three key appointments to the NITI...
2015/01/05 18:41
2015/01/05 18:41
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Thanks to bailouts, all banks want to become too big to fail Informed opinion is sharply divided about how the next 12 months will play out for the global economy. Those focused on emerging markets...
2015/01/05 15:44
2015/01/05 15:44
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A section of economists and analysts had criticised Jaitley’s first Budget, presented on July 10 last year, claiming it was too similar to the his predecessor P Chidambaram’s — from not repealing the...
2015/01/25 09:43
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