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Fishermen clash over Mi’kmaq fishing rights, observers warn tensions running high
Facebook sued in U.S. federal court for alleged anticompetitive conduct
The yield curve's still weird. Fed's Bullard is okay with that
Canadian economy expected to gather steam, keeping BoC at bay in 2020: Reuters poll
TSX rises 0.42 percent to 17,559.02
By Lynx Insight Service (Reuters) - - The Toronto Stock Exchange's TSX rises 0.42 percent to 17,559.02 - Leading the index were Ballard Power Systems Inc, up 9.3%, Interfor Corp, up 8.4%, and Norbord Inc, higher by 7.7%. - Lagging shares were Hexo ...
Indonesia to tackle investment red tape with job creation bill
By Maikel Jefriando JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's government plans to submit a bill to parliament on Monday designed to replace dozens of overlapping laws viewed as a barrier to investment, a senior official said on Friday. With growth in Southeast ...
Port of Los Angeles exec says U.S. tariff tiffs could be 'new normal'
By Lisa Baertlein LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The executive overseeing the busiest U.S. gateway for ocean trade with China on Thursday said the "weaponization of tariffs" to advance U.S. policy interests may now be the "new normal." The comments from ...
Chinese cities get creative in steadying cooling property markets
By Yawen Chen and Ryan Woo BEIJING (Reuters) - Property agent Yuan Bin thought he must have misheard when news broke on Nov. 11 - China's equivalent of Black Friday - that the Shenzhen government was cancelling a capital gains tax on some apartments ...
Euro zone slowdown has bottomed but no big bounce in sight: Reuters poll
By Richa Rebello BENGALURU (Reuters) - The slowdown in euro zone economic activity has probably bottomed out, according to a Reuters poll, which showed while the outlook for growth and inflation remained lukewarm the chances of a recession have faded ...
Amid Kenya power struggle, IMF says investment program in crisis
By Duncan Miriri NAIROBI (Reuters) - Hundreds of mismanaged infrastructure projects have stalled in Kenya and it will cost around $10 billion to revive them, the IMF said in a report whose findings point to a growing power struggle at the heart of ...
Exclusive: Sinopec to review potential $16 billion U.S. gas deal with Cheniere - sources
By Chen Aizhu SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China's Sinopec, expected to be the next major Chinese buyer of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG), is planning to review terms of a potential $16 billion supply deal with Cheniere Energy Inc after a sharp drop in ...
Exclusive: China's Ant aims for $200 billion price tag in private share sales - sources
By Julie Zhu, Kane Wu and Zhang Yan HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - Ant Financial [ANTFIN.UL] shares are being offered privately at levels which value the Chinese financial giant at $200 billion, two people with knowledge of the discussions said, ...
Frustrated Lebanese depositors turn rage on crisis-hit banks
By Eric Knecht BEIRUT (Reuters) - As cash runs short at Lebanon's banks, so has the patience of depositors. Hit by restrictions on withdrawals, some are taking extreme steps, occupying branches and in one case taking an employee hostage, to squeeze ...
China will continue to cut taxes on a large scale: Premier Li
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will continue to cut taxes on a large scale this year and open up in education, technology and other sectors, state television reported on Friday, quoting Premier Li Keqiang. China has the confidence and ability to cope with ...