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Trump to sign executive orders targeting trade abuses

Trump to sign executive orders targeting trade abuses

The one of the orders will focus on a major review of the reasons behind USA ever-growing deficit, as the other will address issues of related to antidumping and countervailing duties. The report criticized China's excess industrial capacity and requirements for technology transfers and cyber security, which it said are aimed displacing foreign products with domestic versions. Read More

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European Union to reveal its Brexit negotiating approach

European Union to reveal its Brexit negotiating approach

Prime Minister Theresa May triggered the two-year breakup process in a six-page letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk, vowing that the United Kingdom will maintain a "deep and special partnership" with its neighbors in the bloc. Few see two years as enough time to agree one and Brussels wants to hold off starting talks until a divorce deal is clear. In the letter sent to UK government and the other 27 member states, Tusk reiterates that discussions over a long-term UK-EU trade deal ... Read More

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Trump administration hits North Koreans wi

Another worked for a North Korean trading company in Dalian, China, the U.S. Treasury said. "Well, if China is not going to solve North Korea, we will". Trump's deputy national security adviser, K.T. McFarland, said there was a "real possibility" North Korea could be capable of hitting the United States with a nuclear-armed missile by the end of Trump's four-year term, the Financial Times reported . Read More

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New England gets second day of snow, sleet, rain

New England gets second day of snow, sleet, rain

Those areas could see up to a foot of snow, the service said, warning that travel will be unsafe Saturday . Those taking to the road or air may encounter delays throughout the day on Saturday . The weather service was predicting sleet and snow to continue in most of the area through Saturday morning and perhaps into the afternoon. The heaviest snow will be to the south and to the west of Denver - from Castle Rock, Elizabeth, Castle Pines, as well as The Pinery all the way to Kiowa. Read More

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Gibraltar outraged that Spain has veto power over its future

Gibraltar outraged that Spain has veto power over its future

It hands Spain, which has long held ambitions to reclaim sovereignty of the territory, significant power over Gibraltar's future. They were published a day before Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Britain's withdrawal from the European Union under Article 50 of the EU treaty, setting in motion a two-year process after which the United Kingdom - and by extension Gibraltar - will be outside the bloc. Read More

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Trump Praises Approval Of Keystone Oil Pipeline

In his February 28 speech to a Joint Session on Congress, the president stated that his memo had "cleared the way for the construction of the Keystone and Dakota Access Pipelines - thereby creating tens of thousands of jobs". -Canadian border", according to a statement from the department. Throughout the first couple of months of his presidency, Donald Trump has been motivated to keep jobs on US soil, but when it comes to the steel being used to create the Keystone XL pipeline, The ... Read More

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Trump declares war on Republican conservatives: 'We must fight them'

Trump declares war on Republican conservatives: 'We must fight them'

Raul Labrador reminded President Trump of the support the Freedom Caucus lended during hard times in a tweet. "And it doesn't do what we told the voters we were gonna do and the American people understand that", said Ohio Rep. Democratic governor Roy Cooper said the compromise deal would help fix the state's reputation, but LGBT activists criticised the Bill for not going far enough. Read More

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Crude oil futures plunge 0.97 percent on weak overseas trend

A deal between the oil cartel and some nonOpec producers to reduce output by 1,8 million barrels per day in the first half of 2017 has had little effect on bulging global stockpiles of oil. Brent was heading for a weekly fall of around 2 percent, while WTI was off just over 1.8 percent. The agency is projected to report that crude stockpiles rose 3 million barrels last week, according to the median response in a Bloomberg survey. Read More

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Ready, set, go to annual Easter Egg Hunt

Ready, set, go to annual Easter Egg Hunt

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on April 15 at 8:30 a.m.at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse. ATTENTION chocoholics! You can get your hands on a Cadbury's Easter Egg this year completely free of charge - and here's how. Easter Bunny available for photos. The free event is set for Thursday at the Noble Park baseball/softball fields. Children will be divided into three age groups. Read More

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Live Location Lets Facebook Messenger Users Share Their Whereabouts in Real

Live Location Lets Facebook Messenger Users Share Their Whereabouts in Real

Users can elect to stop sharing at any time by simply tapping Stop Sharing. You can share your location in either an individual or group message, with your location plotted on a map for up to 60 minutes. Once location sharing is enabled, a clock will start to countdown to show you how long it will be shared for. Furthermore, Chudnovsky said Facebook believes users can use Live Location for conveniences and safety-related purposes. Read More

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Google's Terror Mistake Will Cost Them Hundreds of Millions

The problem is that few companies know where their online ads appear. Here's where it could get interesting. It is not yet clear whether the new measures go far enough to reassure advertisers. It's too early to tell how these policies will work and if they'll keep familiar brands from popping up next to hateful content. And for Verizon , there's another incentive to play hardball with Google. Read More

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Brazil meat scandal deepens with European Union barring some imports

The proposed trade deal between Europe and Mercosur, the trading bloc which includes Brazil and Argentina, had been expected to include a more preferential tariff regime for beef imports from Mercosur countries. Earlier in the day, Bloomberg News had reported that Brazilian beef products now on the way to China would not get clearance at customs, citing a source who was notified of the decision. Read More

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Hundreds quit last rebel-held district of Syria's Homs

Hundreds quit last rebel-held district of Syria's Homs

Homs became a key battleground of the Syrian uprising after residents embraced the call to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad in 2011 and drove security forces out of much of the city the following year. However, the opposition decries them as a tactic of forcibly displacing people who oppose Assad after years of bombardment and siege. As the Syrian military continues their offensive against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), Damascus has intensified its efforts to persuade some of ... Read More

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Tesla raises $1.2B ahead of production of Model 3 sedan

Tesla raised about $1.2 billion in fresh capital through a sale of stock and issuance of new debt Thursday as the company readies for production of its first mass-market electric vehicle. This plan comes ahead of the Model 3 launch after the company came "very close the edge" financially. Tesla's raising capital is not such a surprise for analysts who had been expecting some kind of similar move for a few months, as the company has been bleeding cash ahead of the much-anticipated Model 3 ... Read More

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Explosion in Mount Etna Crater Injures 10 Tourists

Explosion in Mount Etna Crater Injures 10 Tourists

Six people remained in nearby hospitals Thursday afternoon recovering from injuries. "Many injured - some head injuries, burns, cuts and bruises", tweeted the BBC's Rebecca Morelle who is the network's global science correspondent. Volcanologists said Wednesday's eruption was "Strombolian", meaning it saw explosive bursts of activity during which cinder, ash and smoke are ejected from the crater with great force. Read More

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