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Trump pulls trigger on Nafta negotiations

The US plans to start talks with Mexico and Canada over Nafta “as soon as practicable”, the Trump administration said on Thursday. The letter to congressional leaders provided formal notice of the administration’s intent to move forward with a campaign pledge to reform the 1990s trade deal. Mr Trump earlier ...

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Just Eat and Hungryhouse merger faces competition probe

Just Eat’s £200m plan to take over rival food delivery service Hungryhouse faces a hurdle. The proposed deal has been referred for an in-depth investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Both companies take online orders from customers and act as delivery middle men between them and restaurants. However, ...

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GM to stop making cars for Indian market

General Motors (GM) has announced that it will stop making cars for the Indian market by the end of 2017. The firm, which sells its Chevrolet brand in India, said it would continue to provide maintenance services. It also said that its plant in Maharashtra would continue to make cars ...

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Greece adopts more austerity measures in bailout bid

Greece’s parliament has approved a new package of austerity measures needed to release the next instalment of its multi-billion-dollar bailout. The tax rises and further cuts to pensions were sought by Greece’s foreign creditors. As MPs voted, anti-austerity protesters clashed with police in central Athens. Eurozone finance ministers meet on ...

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Budget 2017, What it means for you ?! “Budget 2017”

Budget 2017

Budget 2017, What it means for you ?! “Budget 2017” Two Budgets in one year have the potential to make a major impression on your household finances. In the first of this double-header, Chancellor Philip Hammond said that he was supporting families while not spending recklessly. Although the Budget was ...

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Neymar responds to ridicule Cross

Neymar responds to ridicule Cross

Neymar responds to ridicule Cross Mo4ch News : Re Brazilian Neymar da Silva, the star of Barcelona, ​​the German ironic Tony Cruz, midfielder Real Madrid, after the famous match between the teams of their country settled by team bonuses for him 7-1 in the 2014 World Cup. Cross controversy was ...

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Oil rises and buyers are cautious amid the rise of the dollar

Oil rises and buyers are cautious amid the rise of the dollar

Oil rises and buyers are cautious amid the rise of the dollar Mo4ch News : Oil prices rose slightly Friday, due to the growing popularity of buying futures contracts, and despite doubts about the extent of compliance by all producers. To end rough week on a limited gains by the ...

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Eurozone economic sentiment rises more than expected

Eurozone economic sentiment rises more than expected

Eurozone economic sentiment rises more than expected Mo4ch News : Friday the European Commission data showed that economic sentiment in the euro zone is much higher than forecast in December, thanks to increased optimism in France, Germany, the Netherlands and rising inflation expectations among consumers. Commission’s monthly survey showed that ...

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After tweet Trump Mexico refuses to “threat” to its investments

After tweet Trump .. Mexico refuses to "threat" to its investments

After tweet Trump  Mexico refuses to “threat” to its investments Mo4ch News : The Mexican government said Friday that it rejects any attempt to use threats to influence the investment, and so, one day after the announcement of US President-elect Donald Trump will have on the Japanese Toyota carmaker pay ...

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China’s reserves continued decline in foreign currency

China's reserves continued decline in foreign currency

China’s reserves continued decline in foreign currency Mo4ch News : It dropped China’s foreign exchange reserves for the sixth consecutive month in December to its lowest level since the beginning of 2011, but the cohesion above the critical level, which has a $ 3 Trillions, at a time when the ...

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