Category Archives: Business

Apple iPhone can shift production to the US

The company Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn Technology Group, is exploring the possibility of the installation of the iPhone transfer to the United States, according to the Japanese publication Nikkei Asian Review citing sources.

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Shell withdraws Malaysia cardboard cutouts after ‘distasteful’ groping

Shell is the removal of a life-sized cardboard cutouts of female employees from all of its Malaysian petrol stations for “objectionable” pictures appeared online.

Images of men kissing, the figure with your hand and touch your chest and step has gone viral on Facebook and other social media.

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Lethal amphibian disease killed

For the first time, researchers have eliminated а devastating amphibian fungal disease in а population of toads.

The chytrid fungus is highly contagious and is responsible for devastating amphibian populations worldwide.

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Etihad flights to and from US avoid laptop ban

Passengers on Etihad flights between Abu Dhabi and the United States to be able to larger devices, such as laptops, and during your trip.

Regulations to put the passengers, were transported laptops and other gadgets in the Luggage in the cargo space introduced in March.

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Worldpay shares soar further on takeover approaches

Shares, the payment-processing company Worldpay jumped 28% after the company said it had takeover attracted interest.

Worldpay said it had preliminary approaches from US payments giant Vantiv and JPMorgan.

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LeEco chairman ‘has bank accounts frozen over debt’

The billionaire co-founder of fight for Chinese technology giant LeEco had frozen the personal assets, the report by a Shanghai court, state media.

Assets worth a combined height of 1.24 billion yuan ($183m; £141m) to Jia Yueting, his wife and three affiliated companies allegedly locked already.

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China’s economy is developing steadily

The growth of China’s GDP amounted to 6.7% in the third quarter of this year. This is according to the report of the State Statistical control of the country. According to expert forecasts, the Chinese economy grew at an annual rate, the same index as in the two previous quarters.

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US durable goods orders fall 1.1% in May vs 0.6% drop expected

New orders for the US-American capital goods unexpectedly fell in may, and shipments also declined, reflecting a loss of momentum in the manufacturing sector, halfway through the second quarter.

The Commerce Department said on Monday that non-defense capital goods orders excluding aircraft, just a proxy for business investment plans, observed decreased by 0.2 percent, the biggest decline since December.

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Is a peace scholarship worth pursuing?

“What, drawn and talk of peace! I hate to use the word.” And with that, Act One, Scene One, Tybalt, the violent “Prince of Cats” in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, a fight that may have been avoided to begin.

A journalist with more than 13 years of experience, for stories of terror, violence, participation in the inquests, the implementation of death knocks and the focus on the emerging field of “trauma journalism”, it came to a point last year when I was ready to take a step back and deep dive into the world of peace and conflict research, came to the walls, every bit of storytelling that I did.

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Hinkley Point: EDF adds £1.5bn to nuclear plant cost

The French energy utility EDF has estimated that the cost of the completion of the new Hinkley Point nuclear power plant expected to be almost 10% more than.

The company, the project’s main supporters, said that the total cost of the power plant was expected to be £1.5 bn £19.6 bn.

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