Published by yourcollegebars on October 9, 2017

India Starts Anti-dumping Probe on Chinese Belting Fabric

New Delhi: The Government has initiated investigations into the alleged dumping of Chinese waist fabric used to manufacture seat belts following a complaint by SRF Ltd. The investigation branch of the Ministry of Commerce – DGD in a notification stated that “there is sufficient prima facie evidence of dumping” of the Chinese product to justify…

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Published by yourcollegebars on September 30, 2017

Doka La border standoff: China has a history of provoking India in the run up to BRICS

After a long stalemate on the Sikkim border, India and China finally decided to “uncouple” their troops from Doka on Monday. The final resolution of the dispute, which began in June after India opposed the construction of the road in China along the Doka, occurs only a week before Prime Minister Narendra Modi made China…

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Published by yourcollegebars on September 23, 2017

Doka La standoff ends: Four good economic reasons China had to not mess with India

What really caused a sudden end to the Doka La gap between India and China is still unclear. Until recently, the situation did not improve as the war of words escalated on both sides, recalling the war of 1962 and the highly provocative and sometimes misleading reports in the media. But everything changed on Monday…

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Published by yourcollegebars on August 24, 2017

Jim Mattis, in Baghdad, says IS are ‘on the run’

US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis said Tuesday that he is confident that US-backed Iraqi forces eventually militant Islamic state clinging to strengths that diminish in size and number. “ISIS is fleeing,” Mattis said. With Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and other leaders of the Iraqi government. “They were unable to resist our team in combat.”…

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Published by yourcollegebars on August 24, 2017

Jim Mattis, in Baghdad, says IS are ‘on the run’

US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis said Tuesday that he is confident that US-backed Iraqi forces eventually militant Islamic state clinging to strengths that diminish in size and number. “ISIS is fleeing,” Mattis said. With Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and other leaders of the Iraqi government. “They were unable to resist our team in combat.”…

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Given “Buy” Rating at Drexel Hamilton

Published by yourcollegebars on July 29, 2017

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Given “Buy” Rating at Drexel Hamilton

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Given “Buy” Rating at Drexel Hamilton Stocks of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) have been reaffirmed by Drexel Hamilton shares researchers in a report released Thursday, July 6. They currently have a target price of $ 202.00 on the iPhone manufacturer’s stock. Drexel Hamilton’s target price would suggest a potential increase of 35.12%…

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Amazon plows ahead with high sales and spending; profit plunges

Published by yourcollegebars on July 29, 2017

Amazon plows ahead with high sales and spending; profit plunges

Amazon plows ahead with high sales and spending; profit plunges (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc. said on Thursday an increase in retail sales with lower profits due to its rapid expansion and costly new purchase categories and countries showed no signs of slowing. The world’s largest online retailer posted a turnover of $ 38 billion in…

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Shell Gets Ready for "Lower Forever" Oil Prices

Published by yourcollegebars on July 29, 2017

Shell Gets Ready for “Lower Forever” Oil Prices

Shell Gets Ready for “Lower Forever” Oil Prices On Thursday, Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben van Buerden said the company has adopted a “lower mindset ever,” focusing on cost control. Its long-term strategy is “fit for forty years.” While overproduction is the driving force behind today’s low prices, Shell’s long-term concern, in fact, refers to…

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Jury deliberations to start Monday in 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli's fraud trial

Published by yourcollegebars on July 29, 2017

Jury deliberations to start Monday in ‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli’s fraud trial

Jury deliberations to start Monday in ‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli’s fraud trial NEW YORK – “Martin Pharmacy,” Martin Shkreli, opens his views on Facebook Live for days of at least 2 and a half. Jury members must begin weighing their fate on criminal fraud charges Monday after a prosecutor has ended closing legal arguments by…

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David Bradley is selling the Atlantic magazine to Laurene Powell Jobs’s nonprofit

Published by yourcollegebars on July 29, 2017

David Bradley is selling the Atlantic magazine to Laurene Powell Jobs’s nonprofit

David Bradley is selling the Atlantic magazine to Laurene Powell Jobs’s nonprofit Emerson Collective, a little-known but large group of money, funded by Apple’s fortune Laurene Powell, has taken the first step in Friday’s national prospect scout agreeing to acquire a majority stake in Washington-based The Atlantic. The deal comes after Middle Atlantic owner David…

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