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The sweet taste of growth

The sweet taste of growth

It is hard to find anyone who does not like candy, lozenges or chewing gums. These sweet stuffs made of concentrated sugar mixed with water come in various…
Global stock markets wobble on trade, currency worries

Global stock markets wobble on trade, currency worries

Global stock markets wobbled Friday as US President Donald Trump eyed further tariffs even as roadblocks emerged on striking a key trade deal with Canada,…
New high-rises spark land battle in Paris

New high-rises spark land battle in Paris

A group of tenants near Paris whose apartments are to be destroyed to build the tallest skyscrapers in western Europe are refusing to leave after fighting…
Unplanned developments a challenge for power sector

Unplanned developments a challenge for power sector

State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid yesterday said that unplanned urbanisation and industrialisation has been the biggest challenge for power…

S Korea exports hit record high in Jan-Aug period

South Korea's exports hit a new record high in the January-August period as solid demand for locally-made chips and oil products raised a monthly export above 50 billion U.S. dollars for the fourth straight month, a government report showed yesterday, reports Xinhua from Seoul. Exports, which account…

US presses ahead with Mexico trade pact

The United States is pressing ahead with a free trade pact with Mexico, but whether Canada will join depends on a new round of talks next week, after negotiations ended Friday without an agreement, reports AFP from Washington. Officials had appeared to be on track to reach a deal that would rewrite…

Japan central bank chief says no rate hike for ‘long time’

The Bank of Japan will not raise interest rates “for quite a long time”, its chief said in an interview published yesterday even as its US and European peers tighten monetary policy, reports AFP from Tokyo. Haruhiko Kuroda dismissed speculation that the central bank was planning to adjust…
Argentine peso recovering after record low against dollar

Argentine peso recovering after record low against dollar

Argentina’s peso was recovering on Friday after President Mauricio Macri’s bid to secure accelerated IMF funding sparked two days of crashes…
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