Whites dominate top roles in UK companies: Green Park Study
Whites dominate top roles in UK companies: Green Park Study

Most of Britain's top 100 companies prefer to have all-white boardrooms, a study has found. (File photo) Almost six in 10 of the m...

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‘Saudi-led enforcement blockade stopping cash flights, strangling Yemen’s economy’
‘Saudi-led enforcement blockade stopping cash flights, strangling Yemen’s economy’

In this file photo, a Yemeni woman and her children beg drivers for money. (Photo by Getty Images) The Central Bank of Yemen has censure...

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Russia vows move to cut reliance on US payment systems and the dollar
Russia vows move to cut reliance on US payment systems and the dollar

Russia says it plans to speed up work on reducing its dependence on US payment systems and the dollar. Russia will speed up work on redu...

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China's July foreign exchange reserves rise to above $3tn
China's July foreign exchange reserves rise to above $3tn

China’s foreign exchange reserves increased to a nine-month high in July in what appears to have been much higher than what the analysts h...

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US auto giant General Motors recalls 800,000 trucks worldwide over steering defect
US auto giant General Motors recalls 800,000 trucks worldwide over steering defect

General Motors Chevrolet Silverado year model 2014. (Photo by AP) US auto giant General Motors has recalled nearly 800,000 pickup trucks...

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UK economic growth to remain ‘sluggish’: Bank of England
UK economic growth to remain ‘sluggish’: Bank of England

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney addresses the media during a press conference to deliver the quarterly inflation report in London on ...

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rejects US President Donald Trump’s protectionist policy
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rejects US President Donald Trump’s protectionist policy

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (Photo by AFP) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has warned US governors against weakening the...

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China’s economy down in 2nd quarter: Survey
China’s economy down in 2nd quarter: Survey

An investor reads a newspaper in front of screens showing stock market movements at a securities company in Beijing on June 21, 2017. (Pho...

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Italy, Iran sign $1.3 billion high-speed rail deal
Italy, Iran sign $1.3 billion high-speed rail deal

FS Chief Executive Renato Mazzoncini, left, and head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways Saeed Mohammadzadeh sign documents for the c...

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Real household disposable incomes in Britain falling at fastest rate since 2011 : Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Real household disposable incomes in Britain falling at fastest rate since 2011 : Office for National Statistics (ONS)

Household living standards are falling at their fastest pace since 2011 since last June’s Brexit vote, according to a new survey released...

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Brexit ‘uncertainty’ to hurt UK financial industry: TheCityUK lobby group
Brexit ‘uncertainty’ to hurt UK financial industry: TheCityUK lobby group

An EU flag and a Union flag held by a demonstrator during anti-Brexit protests near Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) and the Houses of Parliament...

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Russia to supply China with gas by end-2019
Russia to supply China with gas by end-2019

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and his Chinese Xi Jinping (L) applaud during a signing ceremony in the Kremlin in Moscow on July 4, ...

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Syrian government introduces new banknotes featuring President Bashar al-Assad
Syrian government introduces new banknotes featuring President Bashar al-Assad

Picture shows a new banknote of 2,000 Syrian Lira first put on display during a press conference on July 02, 2017. (Photo by Sana) For f...

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British economy slowed sharply in early 2017: Report
British economy slowed sharply in early 2017: Report

Official data show the British economy has undergone a sharp slowdown in early 2017 as surging inflation has brought about an unprecedente...

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Iran sending 1,100 tonnes of food to Qatar daily
Iran sending 1,100 tonnes of food to Qatar daily

Iran says it is exporting over 1,100 tonnes of fresh fruits and vegetables from its southern ports to Qatar every day. Iran says it is e...

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People in Kosovo votes amid concerns for economy, border
People in Kosovo votes amid concerns for economy, border

A man casts his ballot at the polling station in Pristina on June 11, 2017 during early parliamentary elections in Kosovo. (AFP photo) P...

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Austria allocates €1 billion credit line for Iran steel project
Austria allocates €1 billion credit line for Iran steel project

Austrian Finance Minister Hans Jörg Schelling. (Photo by IRNA) Austria says it has allocated a credit line of €1 billion for a major ste...

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Rupture in Arab ties: Impact on Qatar economy
Rupture in Arab ties: Impact on Qatar economy

A man buys water at a shop in the Qatari capital of Doha, June 5, 2017. (Photo by AFP) Saudi Arabia has shepherded some of its regional ...

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US President Donald Trump’s decision on Paris deal to affect foreign direct investment: UN
US President Donald Trump’s decision on Paris deal to affect foreign direct investment: UN

The United Nations Secretariat Building at the United Nations headquarters in New York City, the US. (File photo) President Donald Tru...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin hosts Indian premier Narendra Modi at Russia’s economic showcase
Russian President Vladimir Putin hosts Indian premier Narendra Modi at Russia’s economic showcase

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (L) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi look on during the exchange of agreements and joint press stateme...

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