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Brexit Upends British Political System

December 10, 2018 |

Brexit has turned Britain’s top-down political system on its head, with Prime Minister Theresa May in thrall to a fragmented parliament as she seeks to ratify a hard-won divorce agreement from the European Union.
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Nissan, Ghosn Charged With Underreporting His Compensation

December 10, 2018 |

Japanese prosecutors on Monday indicted former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn on charges of underreporting his compensation on five years of Nissan’s financial reports, Kyodo News reported.
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France and Germany Step In to Circumvent Iran Sanctions

December 10, 2018 |

France and Germany have joined forces to rescue a European effort to create a payments channel to keep trade flowing with Iran, defying U.S. attempts to take the air out of the plan, senior diplomats said.
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Ukraine’s Yulia Tymoshenko Courts Washington

December 9, 2018 |

Ukraine’s controversial former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, once again a leading presidential candidate at home, arrived in Washington this week on a rebranding exercise of sorts.
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Second-Tier Cities Boast First-Rate Job Figures

December 9, 2018 |

Amazon.com Inc.’s decision to locate new headquarters in the New York and Washington regions highlighted an ongoing shift of economic might toward big coastal power cities. But second-tier cities are thriving, and by some measures they are doing even better than their bigger rivals.
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Police Clash With Antigovernment Protesters as Unrest Sweeps France

December 9, 2018 |

More than a hundred thousand people took to the streets in a fourth consecutive weekend of protests in the country, with some demonstrators setting barricades on fire and drawing tear gas from police, as they sought to heap pressure on President Emmanuel Macron to roll back his economic overhauls.
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Huawei Executive’s Arrest Stirs Fears About Corporate Travel

December 9, 2018 |

The arrest of a prominent Chinese technology executive traveling overseas sparked concerns that U.S. executives may be vulnerable to retaliation.
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Huawei Offensive Is Acceleration of Yearslong Endeavor

December 9, 2018 |

This month’s arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer and heir apparent was the latest salvo against a company U.S. officials see as a threat to national security and America’s global edge in technological innovation.
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U.S.-China Trade Fight Risks Fragmenting Global Market, Says Beijing Ambassador

December 9, 2018 |

The trade fight between the U.S. and China risks fragmenting the integrating global market, China’s ambassador to the U.S. Cui Tiankai said in an interview. He was speaking ahead of the summit meeting between President Trump and President Xi Jinping in Buenos Aires later this week.
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Uber Lays Groundwork for IPO

December 8, 2018 |

Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.
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