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2015/03/26 19:33
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Ashraf Ghani, the president of Afghanistan, plans to remake his war-torn country’s economy by relying on its traditional geographic advantage as the crossroads of Europe, the Middle East and Asia....
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2015/03/23 21:55
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China offered to forgo veto power at a new Beijing-led development bank in a proposal that helped attract major European countries despite US concerns. Chinese negotiators presented the no-veto...
2015/03/20 00:45
2015/03/20 00:45
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Something strange is happening in the U.S. economy: Inequality has risen, but there hasn’t been a rising demand to do anything about it. A new Brookings Institution paper by Yale political scientist...
2015/03/17 22:25
2015/03/17 22:25
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Four key European allies have broken ranks with the U.S. to join a major new development bank created by China. Germany, France, and Italy today agreed to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment...
2015/03/16 09:33
2015/03/16 09:33
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Faced with a stubborn refusal of wages to rise even as economies recover, some of the most powerful policy-makers in the developed world are now pushing companies to put more money in people’s...
2015/03/16 06:33
2015/03/16 06:33
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President Vladimir Putin’s absence from the public eye has become a Russian national obsession, with facts, rumors and analysis cross-pollinating by the minute. Here’s what everyone knows. (Or what...
2015/03/14 16:53
2015/03/14 16:53
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Hardware Sales Inc. of Bellingham, Washington, does about 25 percent of its online business outside the United States. But going global can be frustrating. Overzealous Australian...
2015/03/14 10:22
2015/03/14 10:22
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The textile factories producing “made in China” goods from compounds just across the Yalu River from North Korea offer a glimpse into a hidden world that is helping North Korea’s economy to...
2015/03/12 20:31
2015/03/12 20:31
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... will be looking to encourage electronic payment as opposed to cash payment. Both because it is desirable, (and) also to tackle the problem of black money and things like that," Chief...
2015/03/09 23:12
2015/03/09 23:12
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Combined with China’s economy coming off the boil, the recent slump in coal prices in particular could hurt Kim Jong-un’s byungjin policy: his stated desire to simultaneously develop North Korea’s...
2015/03/09 15:40
2015/03/09 15:40
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Supporters of President Barack Obama's trade agenda are battling opponents' demands to bar China from keeping its currency value artificially low, a way to subsidize exports. The...
2015/03/09 10:28
2015/03/09 10:28
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Supporters of President Barack Obama's trade agenda are battling opponents' demands to bar China from keeping its currency value artificially low, a way to subsidize exports. They say it's not clear...
2015/03/07 14:15
2015/03/07 14:15
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WASHINGTON - The US economy pumped out a strong 295,000 new jobs in February despite some severe weather and mounting layoffs in the oil industry, but workers' wage gains remained limited. The US...
2015/03/06 14:33
2015/03/06 14:33
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Wal-Mart's advertising slogan is "Save money, live better," but for years the world's largest retailer has been criticized for not paying its workers enough to do that. Now, facing rising minimum...
2015/03/04 08:48
2015/03/04 08:48
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... or other enterprises can directly negotiate trade deals with foreign entities and hire or fire workers at their discretion. They can also decide what materials to buy and from whom, and...
2015/03/03 18:13
2015/03/03 18:13
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Western politicians and pundits should be more careful with their predictions for the Russian economy: Reports of its demise may prove to be premature. Bashing the Russian economy has lately become a...
2015/03/02 21:16
2015/03/02 21:16
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. File photo / AP Wall Street rose, with the Dow touching a record high and the Nasdaq climbing above 5,000 for the first time in fifteen years...
2015/03/02 15:45
2015/03/02 15:45
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Mark Bertolini, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Aetna Inc., speaks at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, May 24, 2012....
2015/03/02 13:34
2015/03/02 13:34
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Washington - Janet Yellen's premium on consensus may lead to a Federal Reserve decision the chair hasn't yet endorsed, as a near majority aligns in favor of a possible June interest rate hike. Seven...
2015/02/26 09:46
2015/02/26 09:46
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US President Barack Obama is focusing on financial planners' conflicts of interest, particularly in relation to people saving for retirement. Photo: Reuters For the past six years, US President...
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