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Swiss economy most competitive once again

Swiss economy most competitive once again

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Schweizerische Nationalbank Annual survey by the World Economic Forum (Reuters) - The European Union is becoming more competitive but Switzerland, Singapore and the United States are the three economies to beat, an annual survey by the World Econom...

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Too soon to assess political gains and losses in Gaza

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Majority support for Hamas Political realities (RIA Novosti) -It is too soon to assess the political realities in Gaza prior to a post-conflict scenario being established on the ground, said Hussein Ibis...

Germany to supply Ukrainian army with medical, protective gear

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Ukraine is Not Ready Mobile military hospitals (Reuters) - Germany will deliver protective equipment and medical aid to Ukraine's army, a government spokeswoman said on Wednesday, one day before a NATO s...

Victoria Beckham dress sale to benefit African mothers with HIV

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Former Spice Girls singer Victoria Beckham In nine countries including South Africa, Swaziland and Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Fashion designer and former pop star Victoria Beckham is ...

Training injury rules out England goalkeeper Foster

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England's goalkeeper Ben Foster England play Norway at Wembley (Reuters) - Goalkeeper Ben Foster has pulled out of England's squad for Wednesday's friendly with Norway and next week's Euro 2016...

Cameron says he's 'nervous' over Scottish independence vote

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron Nervous but confident (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was nervous but confident Scots would vote against leaving the United Kingd...

Lawmakers urge British leaders to fight harder to prevent Scotland split

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Referendum on Scottish independence In spite of the political differences (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron was urged by fellow lawmakers on Wednesday to "drop everything else an...

UK manufacturing growth ebbs, denting hopes for balanced recovery

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UK’s expansion Demand from abroad (Reuters) - Britain's manufacturing revival slowed sharply last month as the Ukraine crisis crimped demand from abroad, further denting hopes for a more bala...

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UK manufacturing growth ebbs, denting hopes for balanced recovery

Tribune Times2014-09-03

UK’s expansion Demand from abroad (Reuters) - Britain's manufacturing revival slowed sharply last month as the Ukraine crisis crimped demand from abroad, further denting hopes for a more balanced economic recovery. Factory orders from home and abroad rose at the slowest pa...

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