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Is this the end of cheap money from China? Credit in the country's economy fell almost 20% in the first quarter China's central bank and governor Yi Gang China's "cheap money" era may end because the debt available in the country's economy dropped more than 200 billion dollar – or about 20 percent – during the first quarter of the …

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US Pastor Brunson is going on trial in Turkey after the arrest in the cups

Image copyright AFP Caption Andrew Brunson has been detained since October 2016 An American pastor in a trial in Turkey has denied allegations to help a terrorist organization in a case that has broken relations between Turkey and the United States. Andrew Brunson is accused of helping a group led by Fethullah Gulen, a displaced Muslim pastor who Turkish authorities …

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Being a football fan in Egypt is a risky, even lethal passion

CAIRO (AP) – Being a football fan in Egypt has been a dangerous, sometimes lethal passion for years. It can soon change. The Al-Ahly Club's "Ultras" hardcore supporter of the Cairo-based team and the country's largest fan community – has appealed to the authorities to negotiate an end of years of excitement and violence, while they have not participated in …

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Russia begins to ban telegram, force the Kremlin to change service

Russia began to ban Telegram messenger service to refuse to hand over encryption keys to security services, a force that forced Kremlin officials to switch to another media communications provider. The Roskomnadzor communications watchdog on Monday ordered internet and mobile operators to block telegram access within 24 hours. It was a Moscow court last week that Telegram's Russian founder Pavel …

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Economist, Auto News, ET Auto

New Delhi: It may be the world's largest developing country, but China has a low GDP per capita, long-term urban rural gulf, weak industrial competitiveness and technological innovation, according to an economist. The remarks were made by Wang Yuanhong, an economist at the State Information Center, reported the Xinhua News Agency on Monday. "We should look at both economic aggregate …

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Britain's May calls for the Commonwealth trade boost when final Brexit talks begin

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, recalled the merits of free trade among the Commonwealth countries on Monday and seeking new sources of trade, as Britain appears to complete divorce terms with its current largest trading partner, the European Union. UK Prime Minister Theresa May Speaks at a Joint Assembly Head of Government Meeting in London, April 16, …

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Shark attack repeals elit surfing competition in Australia

A man suffered from bone damage on Monday after being attacked by a shark off the southwest coast of Australia, which forced the authorities to turn off a nearby international surfing competition. The surf was fired from his board before he fought around, a witness said. "(I) saw the guy who had been attacked, divorced from the board and began …

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Trumps trade relocations could send Germany to a recession, reporting alert

A worker packs coils in the Salzgitter Salzgitter AG Salzgitter AG in Salzgitter in March 2015. (Tobias Schwarz / AFP via Getty Images) The risk of a recession in Europe's largest economy increased significantly between March and April in the midst of the fall over President Trumps increasingly restrictive attitude to global trade, said researchers on Monday. While economists with …

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Israel acknowledges striking Syria: "It was the first time we attacked living Iranian goals" – Syria

A highest Israeli military officer acknowledged to The New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman that Israel was targeting Iran's T-4 base in Syria last week. "It was the first time we attacked living Iranian goals – both facilities and people," said the Israeli military source. To truly understand Israel and the Middle East – subscribe to Haaretz Officially noted that …

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If you are a Chinese warehouse with Hainan in your name, Monday was a good day

April 16, 2018 6:15 am ET Shares of companies with the word "Hainan" in their name increased Monday – a different day for Chinese shares – after president Xi Jinping promised that the country's Hainan Province would become a free trade zone. The designation could strengthen consumption and international tourism in southern China's Hainan, which consists of islands and billed …

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