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Trump files a lawsuit against Deutsche Bank and Capital One

US President Donald Trump and those close to him filed a lawsuit against Capital One and Deutsche Bank, NBC News reported. Intelligence and Financial Services Committees of the US House of Representatives have requested information about Trump's finances and the business of these banks with Russia....

Trump Urged Abe To Influence Japanese Auto Firm To Produce More Vehicles In The U.S.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was pressed by the U.S. President Donald Trump to force Japanese auto companies to increase production of vehicles in greater numbers in the US.   A readout of the recent meeting between the two leaders provided by the U.S. ambassador to Japan on Saturday...

IEA: Iraq will enter the top three oil leaders

The International Energy Agency (IEA) said that in the next ten years Iraq will become the world's third-largest producer of "new oil" on the market and the fourth-largest oil producer in the world. Thus, Iraq will come close to the top three world leaders in oil production (the United States,...

Reuters: Hundreds tons of gold are smuggled from Africa every year

Reuters journalists found that gold worth tens of billions of dollars was illegally exported from Africa every year and the volume of smuggling is constantly growing. The precious metal enters world markets mainly through the UAE. Reuters investigation, called the New Gold Rush, found that...

Ahead Of Australian Election, Environment Stands As A Major Concern To Voters

Currently, environmental related issues gain more people’s attention in Australia as it climbs three spots in the rank of concerns for citizens in comparison to the previous voting session. According to a poll, the environmental conditions seem to be the biggest hurdles faced by the voters of...

Foxconn Head Gou Could Run For Taiwan President Election Next January

Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn’s Chairman Terry Gou wants to run for the presidential elections in the country in 2020 even as the global media carried reports about the possibility of the company leader stepping down as the chief of the largest contract manufacturer of the world.   While no...

France opposes EU-US trade negotiations

France will vote against trade negotiations between the European Union and the United States, despite the fact that the rest of the Europeans agreed to start negotiations with Washington. A statement from the Chancellery of the Elysée Palace states that France is likely to be the only country to...

United States and China to implement trade agreement

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that Washington and Beijing are making progress in trade negotiations. In particular, the parties agreed on a mechanism that will ensure compliance with the trade agreement. "We generally agreed on a mechanism to ensure compliance [with the agreement]. We...

Norway's largest party to ban oil production near Lofoten Islands

The Labour Party of Norway decided not to support oil production in the region of the Lofoten Islands. Now, opponents of the deployment of oil projects in the Norwegian Arctic zone have a solid majority in parliament, which ultimately should lead to the final imposition of a ban on oil production...

Estonia's euroskeptics are about to join the government

The anti-immigrant movement will maximally strengthen position of nationalists on the eve of the EU parliamentary elections. Estonia has come closer to forming a government that would include an anti-immigrant party, potentially strengthening position of nationalists before the May parliamentary...
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