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Brazil to increase capacity to help Venezuelan migrants.

Apr 18, 2018

Brazil is increasing its capacity to help migrants crossing the border from Venezuela to escape the economic and political crisis affecting their country

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GM replaces Cadillac president after US sales decline

Apr 18, 2018

General Motors has replaced the head of its Cadillac luxury brand, which has struggled for years to compete against German and Japanese luxury automakers in the US

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Israel at 70: Satisfaction and grim disquiet share the stage

Apr 18, 2018

As Israelis mark 70 years as a country this week, satisfaction and a grim disquiet share the stage

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Belgium probing if chemical was illegally exported to Syria

Apr 18, 2018

Belgian authorities are investigating whether three companies might have been involved in the illegal export of chemicals to Syria

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Kosovo, Serbian business ties withstand political dispute

Apr 18, 2018

Despite simmering diplomatic tensions between Serbia and Kosovo, business ties seem to be growing, with companies from both sides flocking to strike deals at a regional trade fair.

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Zimbabwe marks Independence Day _ from Mugabe, too

Apr 18, 2018

Zimbabwe marks Independence Day _ from Mugabe, too; many celebrating 'a new era'

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Judge: Convicted swindler won't have to pay restitution

Apr 18, 2018

A judge has ruled that a former Connecticut insurance broker convicted of swindling millions of dollars from several elderly clients won't have to repay the money as originally ordered

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Morgan Stanley posts record 1Q profit, helped by trading

Apr 18, 2018

Investment bank Morgan Stanley posts record profit in the first quarter, helped by a lower tax bill and a boost in revenue from last quarter's volatile markets.

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UK hopes former colonies can give trade boost after Brexit

Apr 18, 2018

For decades, the Commonwealth, at least in Britain has been largely ignored, a quaint relic of an empire upon which the sun never set

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French trains, Air France flights disrupted by strikes

Apr 18, 2018

Rail traffic across France and Air France flights were disrupted by strikes despite French President Emmanuel Macron's insistence that protests won't prevent him from overhauling the economy.

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