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  • EUROPEAN COMPETITION CHIEF BREAKS SILENCE OVER GOOGLE GRIPES

    2010.08.09

    By Tim Bradshaw, Nikki Tait in London, in Brussels The prospect of Google facing a European inquiry into allegations of anti-competitive behaviour appeared to increase when the EU's top competition official
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  • Britain Is Puzzled By Its Inflation Problem In A Downturn

    2010.08.09

    LONDON ― Bank of England policy makers are puzzled by persistently rising prices in Britain ― even during the deepest recession since World War II. Now that a tentative recovery has begun, some economists are worried that the policy makers at the central bank might feel the need to raise interest rates earlier rather than later to combat sticky inflation ― a move that could tip the British economy back into recession.
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  • Chinese Economy Likely To Maintain Steady, Rapid Growth In 2010: PBOC

    2010.07.07

    China’s economy is very likely to maintain steady and rapid growth in 2010, with more positive factors than last year boosting the economy, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), China’s central bank, said Wednesday. But the nation’s economy still faces a
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  • The Yuan And The Failure Of Diplomacy

    2010.07.02

    When the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meets on Wednesday, no one expects it to raise the federal funds rate - the overnight bank rate that now hovers below 0.25%. However, businesses, politicians and prognosticators are eager, perhaps inappropriately so, to hear clues about when it will begin raising short-term interest rates to a more normal level.
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  • Australian Consumer Confidence Drops In June

    2010.07.02

    AUSTRALIAN consumer sentiment dropped significantly for a second straight month in June, providing more evidence the Reserve Bank of Australia may remain on hold for the time being after raising rates aggressively in the past nine months. For June, an index of consumer
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  • Headache Avoided, Hurdles Ahead

    2010.06.22

    AN OLD Yugoslav song celebrated the unity of the country from the Vardar, the river that runs through Macedonia, to Triglav, Slovenia’s highest mountain. Today’s ex-Yugoslav policymakers from the Vardar to Triglav are once again
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  • Obama Doctrine Hinges On Economy

    2010.06.22

    Barack Obama issued formal burial rites for the George W. Bush neoconservative era with the release of his first national security strategy, which calls for a “renewal of American leadership” by working with other countries and reinvigorating the domestic
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  • NRF Predicts Retail Sales Will Rise 2.5% In 2010

    2010.02.04

    Retail could return to 2007 levels by 2011 if recovery continues as forecast. Expecting the job and housing markets to improve this year, the National Retail Federation today predicted 2010 retail sales will climb 2.5% compared
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  • Chinese Exports Reture To Growth

    2010.01.15

    China’s exports rose in December for the first time in 14 months, providing fresh evidence of recovery in the global economy but also placing renewed pressure on Beijing to appreciate its
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  • 20 Fair Trade Vendors Will Be Represented

    2010.01.07

    In January, the California Gift Show and the Fair Trade Federation are joining forces again to offer the largest Fair Trade Pavilion in the industry, Jan. 15-18, 2010.
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