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Protesters Gain victory – Dakota Pipeline

Protests against the pipeline by Dakota nation vo

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Blockchain technology and the end of corruption in government?

Ukraine to use blockchain technology in curtailing corruption when selling government assets Luke Parker, 10 Jul 2016 – Adoption, Blockchain, Ukraine The Minister of Finance for the Ukraine, Oleksandr Danilyuk, was a speaker at the sold-out ‘Blockchain Incredible Party’ conference … Continue reading

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Brexit latest: How is the UK economy doing?

Brexit latest: How is the UK economy doing?   Image copyright Getty Images The UK may have voted to leave the European Union on 23 June but it is not yet clear what this vote, and the country’s subsequent path … Continue reading

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China launches own aircraft engine-maker to rival the West

China launches own aircraft engine-maker to rival the West  China has launched its first aircraft-engine manufacturer in an attempt to wean itself off Western suppliers. The state-owned Aero-Engine Group of China was created by combining a group of existing aircraft-engine … Continue reading

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America’s middle class is deeply concerned about jobs, pay and their future, and many of them are blaming China.

CNNMoney Op-ed: How America really can win at trade America’s middle class is deeply concerned about jobs, pay and their future, and many of them are blaming China. In the U.S., 43% of voters believe trade with other countries is … Continue reading

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UK votes for Brexit in EU referendum, triggering market shockwaves

https://ig.ft.com/sites/elections/2016/uk/eu-referendum/homepage-widget.html UK votes for Brexit in EU referendum, triggering market shockwaves The final judgment on the long-term impact will be years in the making. But by January 2017 it will be clear whether the UK economy has been pushed into … Continue reading

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French economy minister sends double Brexit warning to UK

  Anne-Sylvaine Chassany in Paris and George Parker in London ©AFP Part of the “Jungle” migrant camp in Calais France would relocate its migrant camp from Calais to Britain and roll out “a red carpet” for bankers fleeing London if … Continue reading

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