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Spanish farmers go nuts for almonds as global demand booms
Surging worldwide demand for almonds is pushing Spanish farmers to replace traditional wheat and sunflower fields with almond orchards, transforming the landscape in the south of the country.
UN agrees global plan to battle TB ahead of first-ever summit
UN member-states on Friday agreed on a global plan to step up the fight against tuberculosis, the world's number one killer among infectious diseases, settling a row with the US over access to cheap drugs.
WHO warning over global lack of exercise
Very little progress has been made in reducing levels of inactivity worldwide, experts have warned.
Global temperatures likely to be ‘abnormally high’ for at least four years
Sizzling heatwaves are likely to be a feature of the global climate for at least the next four years, said scientists.
Global aid programs shortchange teen health needs: Study
Teen health in developing countries is vastly underfunded, researchers report.
Global surface area of rivers, streams 45% higher than previously thought
Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Texas A&M University used satellite images, on-the-ground measurements and a statistical model to determine how much of the earth is covered by rivers and streams.
Green electricity not enough to curb global warming
The adoption of clean energies to power electric grids won't be sufficient to meet the Paris climate targets established by the UN.
Global GDP growth forecast at 3.2% in 2018 amid uncertainties
The global economy is projected to carry forward its current momentum to generate a 3.2 percent growth rate in 2018, the Conference Board said in its latest Global Economic Outlook 2018.
Global trade friction puts Asian factories at risk
Factory growth in Asia’s major manufacturing hubs showed signs of cooling last month as they braced for a rocky ride from rising global trade tensions, while the region’s key emerging markets grappled with accelerating inflation and a strong dollar.
Global sugar substitutes market to hit $19.1 by 2024
Global sugar substitutes market is expected to hit $19.1 billion by 2024, growing at an average rate of 4.2 percent during the forecast period, an American market research firm said.
Global trade friction puts Asian factories at risk
Factory growth in Asia’s major manufacturing hubs showed signs of cooling last month as they braced for a rocky ride from rising global trade tensions, while the region’s key emerging markets grappled with accelerating inflation and a strong dollar.
$1.7 trillion global spending on military in 2017
According to the latest report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), in total, countries around the world spent $ 1.739 billion on arms in 2017. Although there was a marginal increase of 1.1 percent rise in real terms on 2016, the total global spending in 2017 is the highest since the end of the cold war.
Global warming linked with rising antibiotic resistance
New research suggested rising temperatures are encouraging antibiotic resistance in cities across the US.
New approach to global-warming projections could make regional estimates more precise
A new method for projecting how the temperature will respond to human impacts supports the outlook for substantial global warming throughout this Century — but also indicates that, in many regions, warming patterns are likely to vary significantly from those estimated by widely used computer models.
Global investors pile into China stocks ahead of MSCI index entry
Overseas investors are pumping billions of dollars into Chinese stocks and the country's asset managers are rushing to launch index-tracking funds in a fervent build-up to China's inclusion in MSCI's widely tracked equity benchmarks.

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