It seems like you can’t watch the news anymore without stumbling onto a story that contains terrifying global implications. Not since the Cold War have tensions been so high among the nations of the world. You can strike sparks just about anywhere. The threat of another global war is downright palpable.
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MALAPPURAM, India—Chronically low oil prices are disrupting a critical financial lifeline across Asia and depriving economies of much-needed hard currency.
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ABU DHABI // Property owners and real estate management are being urged to provide one free car park space for each tenant.
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Opec’s worst fears are coming true. Twenty months after Saudi Arabia took the fateful decision to flood world markets with oil, it has still failed to break the back of the US shale industry.
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Dead ends with the Alberta Government continue to hamper efforts by High River Town Council to get the Centre Street bridge flood mitigation project started.
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The fight continues.
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Just two short years ago, Mongolia basked in a vibrant economy with a sizzling growth rate of nearly 8 percent.
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ISLAMABAD: In a major development, the government and property dealers on Saturday struck an agreement on a comprehensive package for the valuation of fair market value of property for major cities.
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Oil consumption in Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest crude exporter, is expanding at the slowest pace in at least six years as low energy prices hurt economic growth.
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A range of Chinese economic performance indicators suggest that Asia’s largest economy stabilised in the second quarter, a development seen as a relief for other Asia Pacific economies. While the region may have survived Brexit relatively unscathed, so far at least, other areas of uncertainty remain. And despite China’s strong second quarter, for Asian economies the growth trajectory of the Middle Kingdom remains one of the most significant of these uncertainties.
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