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China-Russia rocket talks spark US disquiet over growing links

China-Russia rocket talks spark US disquiet over growing links

Energomash-Great Wall negotiations confirm predicted ‘challenge to US air superiority’

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Which Colleges Will Have to Pay Taxes on Their Endowment? Your Guess Might Not Be Right

Which Colleges Will Have to Pay Taxes on Their Endowment? Your Guess Might Not Be Right

Small liberal arts colleges could take a hit from a new federal tax on investments, while some wealthy universities will likely avoid payments in the near-term.

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Bitcoin Draws Another Wall Street Giant: NYSE Owner

Bitcoin Draws Another Wall Street Giant: NYSE Owner

The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is launching a service to bring bitcoin data to hedge funds and other trading firms, in the latest sign that cryptocurrencies are being taken seriously by Wall Street.

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One Year in, Trump Has Broken All the Rules

One Year in, Trump Has Broken All the Rules

In the year since he took the oath of office, President Donald Trump has shown that he simply isn’t bound by what had been seen as the previous conventions of the role he is playing, Gerald F. Seib writes.

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Venezuela’s Oil Industry Takes a Fall

Venezuela’s Oil Industry Takes a Fall

The nation’s output, vital to the struggling economy, is collapsing, increasing the chances of a debt default that could trigger a humanitarian disaster.

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Migration damping German wage growth, says Weidmann

Migration damping German wage growth, says Weidmann

Germany’s top central banker said said immigration is partly to blame for the lack of decent wage rises in Germany — though the experience of other countries suggests global economic factors are at work too.

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Morgan Stanley Results: What to Expect

Morgan Stanley Results: What to Expect

Morgan Stanley is expected to report its fourth-quarter results before the market opens on Thursday. Here’s what you need to know.

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China Growth at 6.9%: In 2017, the State Struck Back

China Growth at 6.9%: In 2017, the State Struck Back

From infrastructure spending to big profits at firms controlled by the central government, Beijing was more assertive with the economy last year.

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China’s economy grows 6.9% in 2017

China’s economy grows 6.9% in 2017

GDP growth accelerates, despite efforts to curb financial risk from excessive debt

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Intel tries to recover lost ground after chip flaw debacle

Intel tries to recover lost ground after chip flaw debacle

World’s biggest chipmaker was hit hardest by Meltdown and Spectre scare

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Volkswagen revival: what went so right?

Volkswagen revival: what went so right?

The emissions scandal threatened to destroy the group. Yet two years on it is outselling rivals, is more profitable than before the crisis and has €20bn plans for electric vehicles

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Germany coalition set to turn on the spending taps

Germany coalition set to turn on the spending taps

Proposals from Merkel’s CDU and SPD would use up surplus accumulated over years

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Turkey’s Erdogan accused of electioneering over state jobs pledge

Turkey’s Erdogan accused of electioneering over state jobs pledge

Move to bring subcontracted workers on to government payroll criticised by opposition

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Donald Trump, Davos and the special relationship

Donald Trump, Davos and the special relationship

Britain’s future is of a nation badly diminished in Europe and unloved in the US

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