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Yellow Vest Protest Economic Catastrophe for France: Time to Decode

Yellow Vest Protest Economic Catastrophe for France: Time to Decode

The Yellow Vest is back yet again on the streets of France with their new sets of demands. A…

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For Brexit London would lose $900 billion to Frankfurt

It has been predicted that London would be losing upto 800 billion euros of assets by March…

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French Finance Minister Ready to Implement Tax Cuts

The French Finance Minister recently announced that tax cuts and spending cuts go hand in hand. He was ready…

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Even if there is no EU-wide agreement, France would tax digital giants from 2019

Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that France would be taxing digital giants on a national level…

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Wait for Russia by OPEC before decision of how much oil to cut

OPEC has taken a planned cut in oil output which would be effectively conditional on the non-OPEC…

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Ceasefire in US-China Trade War, but No Peace Treaty

Ceasefire in US-China Trade War, but No Peace Treaty

US President Donald Trump is bragging about attaining a thaw in US-China trade relations as a major progress. In…

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European Officials Stated G20 Countries Agree on Refining the WTO

European Officials Stated G20 Countries Agree on Refining the WTO

European officials mentioned that G20 countries had acknowledged carrying out amending of the World Trade Organization in a preparatory…

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Mark Carney states that UK economy is not ready for no-deal

He told BBC, “we know from our contacts with business, others know from their contacts, that less than half…

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By 2025 Aston Martin would increase their production by more than double

Luxury car manufacturers Aston Martin has not faced a slowdown in the key markets where it focuses. It aims…

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95% of CEO in Ireland believe that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would harm the economy

When asked what impact Brexit would have on their business over the next three years, almost one-third (31pc) reported…

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