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81. news | 16 Oct 2013
» EU finance ministers took a key step Tuesday towards a 'Banking Union,' the new regulatory framework meant to prevent any repeat of the financial meltdown which plunged Europe into crisis.
82. business | 14 Oct 2013
» TOT Plc plans an overhaul of its new third-generation (3G) partnership contract with Samart Corporation after a state financial audit agency cast doubt on benefits to the state telecom enterprise.
83. news | 02 Dec 2013
» Spanish financial regulators on Monday fined four football clubs including Real Madrid and Barcelona, as well as a big television producer millions of euros for allegedly breaking the rules on the sale of television righ...
84. opinion | 06 Nov 2013
» Apple has outperformed the financial projections of Wall Street moneymen but income is still down. Earlier in the year, things were not looking so good but Apple had a strong finish on the back of the sale of their lates...
85. news | 18 Nov 2013
» Bad loans at Spanish banks struck a new record high in September, official data showed Monday, despite the near completion of a 41-billion-euro eurozone-financed bailout of the battered financial sector.
86. business | 25 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Since 1976, the US dollar's role as an international currency has been slowly waning. International use of the dollar to hold foreign-exchange reserves, denominate financial transactions, invoice trade and as a vehic...
87. learning | 16 Nov 2010
Newspaper section: Learningpost
» It's well known to the world that the Chinese economy is growing by leaps and bounds. One by-product of this financial success has been the recent long march of Chinese students towards international educational dest...
88. news | 15 Oct 2013
» North Korea has staged thousands of cyber attacks against the South in recent years, causing financial losses of around $805 million, a Seoul lawmaker said Tuesday citing government data.
89. news | 29 Oct 2013
» Financial regulators in three countries fined Tuesday Dutch Rabobank 774 million euros ($1.1 billion), the latest bank to be engulfed by the the Libor rate-fixing scandal.
90. opinion | 25 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The government has got it wrong. It is not the financial numbers that have dogged the rice-pledging scheme. The heart of the matter is not about whether the project will incur a huge loss of more than 200 billion baht a ...