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World exporters innovate to feed China’s growing appetite for seafood

From Ecuadorian shrimp to Russian king crab, getting a taste of the ocean has never been easier these days for many Chinese. But for exporters trying to tap into this fast-growing seafood market, they need more than just quality products. At the China Fisheries and Seafood Expo (CFSE), which runs from Wednesday to Friday in the eastern coastal city of ...

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ESPN and Formula One reach new 3-year US broadcast deal

Formula One and ESPN have agreed to a new three-year deal to keep the series on the network and on ABC in the United States. The deal, announced Friday ahead of the U.S. Grand Prix, also makes ESPN Deportes the Spanish-language home of F1 in the U.S. ESPN will continue to air races commercial-free using broadcast partner Sky Sports. The ...

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A great news to make British Bangladeshi proud

An incredible achievement of  14 year old  Amal Rana from Essex who is going to participate in UK’s hugely popular Talent Show Junior Bake Off 2019. Amal will be the First British Bangladeshi who has this opportunity to participate in this show out of four thousand Bakers in UK. There are few articles has been published already and an advert ...

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China rolls out ‘one of the world’s largest’ 5G networks

China’s mobile operators have made 5G services available to consumers, as the country seeks to become a global technology leader. State-owned carriers China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom unveiled their 5G data plans on Thursday.It comes as Beijing and Washington have been embroiled in a power struggle over trade and technology, reports BBC. South Korea, the US and the ...

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Fiat Chrysler, PSA Peugeot boards approve merger

The boards of Fiat Chrysler and PSA Peugeot have approved merging the two companies in a move that would create the world’s fourth-largest automaker with combined revenues of 170 billion euros ($188.8 billion), the companies announced Thursday. The 50-50 merger is expected to create synergies of 3.7 billion euros, a figure that the automakers expect to achieve without any factory ...

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Volkswagen warns of slowing global auto markets

Photo: In this March 14, 2017 file photo Volkswagen cars are lifted inside a delivery tower of the company in Wolfsburg, Germany. Volkswagen says its profits jumped 44% in the third quarter thanks to a more profitable mix of vehicles in its lineup but warned that global car markets are slowing more than expected and lowered its forecast for annual ...

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WhatsApp sues Israeli firm over hacking claims

Facebook-owned WhatsApp has filed a lawsuit against Israel’s NSO Group, alleging the firm was behind cyber-attacks that infected devices with malicious software, reports BBC. WhatsApp accuses the company of sending malware to roughly 1,400 mobile phones for the purposes of surveillance. Users affected included journalists, human rights activists, political dissidents, and diplomats.NSO Group, which makes software for surveillance, disputed the ...

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Russia, Ukraine fail to clinch gas deal amid fears of cuts

Russian and Ukrainian negotiators have failed to agree on a new long-term natural gas transit contract, raising the specter of possible supply cuts during the winter. EU Energy Commissioner Maros Sefcovic says he is “disappointed” by the outcome of Monday’s talks in Brussels and warns that “time is flying” as the current gas contract expires on Jan. 1. Russia and ...

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Survey: US business hiring falls to a 7-year low

Washington, Oct 28 : A measure of hiring by U.S. companies has fallen to a seven-year low and fewer employers are raising pay, a business survey has found. Just one-fifth of the economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics said their companies have hired additional workers in the past three months. That is down from one-third in July. ...

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Pentagon awards Amazon for $10bn ‘Jedi’ contract

The Pentagon has awarded a $10bn (£8bn) cloud-computing contract to Microsoft, following a heavily scrutinised bidding process in which Amazon had been seen as the favourite. The 10-year contract for the Joint Enterprise Defence Infrastructure, or Jedi, is aimed at making the US defence department more technologically agile, reports BBC.Amazon’s bid drew criticism from its rivals and US President Donald ...

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