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Russia surpasses Saudi Arabia in oil production

Russia in June produced an average of 10.323 million barrels of oil per day, once again outstripping Saudi Arabia in terms of production, says Joint Oil Statistical Initiative (JODI). Saudi Arabia in June produced an average of 10,070 million bpd. According to JODI, Russia increased production by...

China counts losses from sanctions against the DPRK

China will pay the highest price because of the new UN sanctions against North Korea, since the two countries have historically close economic ties. At the same time, the PRC will always implement the resolutions, said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. The UN Security Council unanimously imposed...

OCP Group Vs South African Courts: A storm is brewing on international maritime trade

For several months, the world’s leading producer of phosphate has been dragged into a political and legal maelstrom. Indeed, it was shaken down for a cargo load of phosphate by a South African courthouse, at the behest of the Polisario Front which claims ownership on the merchandise. The separatist...

Britain to conduct a study on labor migration after Brexit

Britain ordered an annual study of EU migration, which should help the British authorities develop a migration system after the final withdrawal from the European Union, writes Reuters. The very migration system between Britain and the European Union should start working only six months after the...

CNN: Rex Tillerson may leave the post of US Secretary of State

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson may leave his post by the end of the year due to the growing discontent with the policies of President Donald Trump. This, referring to sources in the White House, reported by CNN. At the same time, the TV channel specifies that Mr. Tillerson's overheard...

Its South China Sea Territory Being Protected By Indonesia From 'Foreign' Threats

In a perceived act against Chinese encroachment, its maritime rights within the disputed South China are being defended by Southeast Asia's largest economy.   Indonesia has never been a player in the long-simmering conflict that's weighed on intra-Asian relations even though the country has...

A Swarm-Like Attack From North Korea Could ‘Overwhelm’ South Korea's THAAD Missile Shield

A message to nuclear-armed North Korea of the technological capabilities of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system was sent with the successful interception test over the Pacific this week of a ballistic missile target using it.   But since it has yet to be battle-tested,...

Powerty in Italy tripled in 10 years

Number of Italians who live below the poverty line has almost tripled in the last ten years, as the country experienced a double decline in a record long recession, Bloomberg reports. The number of people living in extreme poverty or those who cannot afford to buy a consumer basket of necessary...

Hackers steal a businessman's reputation in Sweden

Head of the largest Swedish security firm Securitas, Alf Göransson, was declared bankrupt this week. As it turned out later, hackers stole the businessman’s personal data, took a loan and filed for bankruptcy. As the firm reported, Görensson, who has been heading Securitas since 2007, was declared...

PWM reveals best citizenship-by-investment programs

Professional Wealth Management published a rating of countries that provide citizenship through investment, and also told about the current requirements of each country to potential applicants. The rating’s authors came to a conclusion that the most attractive conditions and opportunities are...
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