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US official criticizes nations for doing business with Chinese 5G
The White House Chief Technology Officer Michael Kratsios has criticized countries that "open their arms" to China’s artificial intelligence technologies and 5G networks.
Fire breaks out in business district of Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerian firefighters were trying to extinguish a major fire at the Balogun market in central Lagos on Tuesday.
Women reveals business acumen and leadership in US: Survey
Women are active advocates for agriculture and successful business owners interested in filling leadership roles, according to a new survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Cautious welcome to Brexit deal from business groups north and south of border
Business group Ibec said it was encouraged by the agreement between the EU and UK on a new Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
Greenland tells Trump it is open for business but not for sale
Greenland on Friday dismissed the notion that it might be up for sale after reports that US President Donald Trump had privately discussed with his advisers the idea of buying the world’s biggest island.
Brexit becoming nightmare business has long feared
Britain is moving closer to the nightmare Brexit scenario businesses have long feared.
Business cooperation between Iran, Iraq to expand
The head of Alborz Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mining and Agriculture announced the willingness of economic activists in the two provinces of Alborz and Iraq's Basra to expand trade and economic cooperation.
NY’s historic Paris Theater under threat after over 70 years in business
The Paris Theater became one of New York’s cultural landmarks since it was officially opened as a cinema for showing French films in 1948.
German business confidence dives again as economy wobbles
A slump in German business confidence deepened in June as trade tensions weighed on manufacturers.
Warren Buffett says he wants to do more business in Britain, Europe
Billionaire Warren Buffett wants to do more business in the UK and Europe regardless of how Brexit turns out.
International business positive on China's pledge to expand imports
US experts in law and international business expressed positive views on China's pledge to lower tariffs and import more goods and services from other parts of the world.
Business confidence in UK hits lowest ebb since financial crisis
Business confidence has crashed to the lowest point since 2012, and the economy is only growing because firms are stockpiling ahead of Brexit, according to a key sentiment indicator.
INSTC promotes regional businesses
The development of the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) will reduce the costs and save transit time while promoting regional and national business.
Survey: Half of US business economists see recession by 2020
Roughly half the nation’s business economists say they think the US economy will slip into recession by the end of next year, and three-fourths envision such a downturn beginning by the end of 2021.
Sony to beef up chip business with new engineers
Sony Corp said on Thursday it will assign 40 percent of its new engineer hires in Japan over the next two years to the chip business which includes imaging sensors, as it looks for growth from new applications in everything from cars to phones.

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